posted on Jun, 24 2008 @ 11:49 AM
This should be noted, i think. The area this video was shot in (South Eastern IL), is also the area where the Midwest Earthquake happened back in
early April. I cant be certain of the exact location the video was shot, but assuming how the poster stated it was around Grayville, IL, that would
be located roughly 30-45 miles south of West Salem (the epicenter).
I worked down in Grayville about 16ish years ago, supplying the road construction w/ the barricades/lights/signs/etc that they needed while working on
the interstate down there that runs through St. Louis to the west up through Evansville to the east (I-64 i think). I remember seeing "orbs" or
"lights" towards the Wabash River on one occasion, and experienced a bit of missing time connected to that night. It's a 1.5 hour drive south of
where i am to Grayville, and 1.5 hours back, totally roughly 3 hours drive time. Replacing/repairing the lights on the barricades was a weekly job
i'd do (once a week), and took about 20 minutes minimum to 1 hour maximum. The night that i saw the lights in the sky, somehow it took me 6 hours
from start to finish, and i cant explain why. I was the only one there, so with me being a sole witness to this, its worthless even speculating. All
i can say is, the images in the video are remarkably similar to what i witnessed.
As a side note, this area is also just south of where Glen Kimball's "Illinois Cave" that he's worked on for years. I'd guess around 40-60 miles
south. That's for those of you who know who Glen is. If not, you should.