posted on Feb, 7 2019 @ 07:48 AM
This is pretty cool. I saw Marshall and Minnesota and UFO and I was like "WHAAAAAAAT?!! That's my town......oh wait, Marshall County"
I have never heard about this case, EVER! Cops were a little more credible back then, I would not doubt his story one bit. When I was 17, just
outside of Marshall, MN on a gravel road and it must have been 9 p.m. or 10, I don't remember but it WAS dark. I had what I could only describe as a
ball of fire following me for at least 2 miles and was I'd say less than 100 yards behind me. It freaked me out a little bit but I was curious and
wanted to see if it would pass by if I pulled over. I had loaded guns on me, in my vehicle so I grabbed my shotgun, pulled into a wild life area and
sure enough it passed by 25-30 feet away from me. As it passed by, it accelerated and remained on the gravel road like it needed the road like we
need them when we drive our cars on them. The ball of fire was maybe a little larger than a basketball, it wasn't really fire like we imagine, it
wasn't flaming and didn't leave a trail. It was perfectly round but was the color of fire.
I've heard other stories similar to what I experienced from others around this area too! But what WAS wierd, as I stood outside of my vehicle with a
loaded shotgun ready to shoot whatever this thing was if it was some threat to me, for about 1 minute, I totally forgot I had a gun in my hands, it
just left my mind as this thing passed by. My first thought was, "damn I should have grabbed my gun and shot it, oh wait, I do have my shotgun in my
hands." That moment was very strange.
The story posted is extra special because my father only bought these huge Ford LTD's. From 1977 until 1998 he would buy a new LTD every two years.
Thar is all he would drive. He drive his 1999 into the grave and junked it in 2013. He then found another crappy 99 LTD and drove that a cpl years as
a work vehicle. He ever found 1 more and finally quit driving these LTD's 5 months ago. A great car and I absolutely love the LTD in this story.
I had to share my story, a good post will always inspires me to comment, more so if I can relate to the OP. Thanks for sharing this.