posted on Apr, 12 2005 @ 08:11 PM
thank you for your replies....I will try to answer each reply.
First of all, CVS was closed, it was 11:30 p.m, they close at 9.
Okay, now, there is an old stone quarry nearby, but it's closed...
and empty.....it's accessible, though...kids play there..nothing
But there is the Lima Tank Plant about ten miles north of here...
but they take the tanks and load them on railroad cars...seen it before,
as far as I know , though, they make nothing but tanks...they are a big employer here. Plus this vehicle wasn't a tank at all.
I wish I could scan the pic (my son drew it), but I can't; I just packed away my 3-1 scanner, moving out of the state, plus the thing doesn't work
right , anyway...I'll describe it more, though...it was about wide as a Hummer, he said long as a box train car...it wasn't a Fargo truck- CVS was
closed, anyway...It had bars on the dark tinted windows.....ran very loud....loud buzzing hum, like a mosquito sprayer....loud.....machine guns on
each side of the truck....lights were off.....no lights at all on it.....
also, the power outage was only in the CVS parking lot....the light behind the CVS alley was on, however. The next day, I told an employee I reguarly
speak to about it...she laughed at me, said that it was probably CVS security...since when do they need an armored , machine-gunned vehicle for that?
I asked if she would review the survellance tape- I know they have cams all over that place...she didn't reply...just blew me off....I think she
thought I was exaggerating, or something....although the customers behind me were interested to hear more.....
okay, maybe with that info somebody can tell me more......this is crazy...I want to know what that was! My son doesn't scare easy, but he sure did
Krissy oh, I should add that the nearest military base is in Dayton, Ohio, about two hours south of here.