posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:53 PM
reply to post by NightVision
It is Bloomington, Indiana...but the closest military base is Crane (NWSC). Plus, I lived on the far North East side of Bloomington, otherwise known
as Dolan, Indiana...Here's the address if you would like to check it on a map in relation to Crane. 3270 E Robinson Rd, Bloomington Indiana...This
is quite a few miles away, nearly an hour if you're driving 60mph...Its almost the distance between Bloomington and Indianapolis. The military has
hundreds, if not thousands of acres of their own land where they do military training and my father used to work there as an Industrial Engineer.
I'm quite familiar with Crane, and they don't typically go over populated areas to do their training missions. Many people often make assumptions
that they know the inner-workings of how the military operates, but, the fact is...most civilians merely do guess work, and honesly...their guess work
is poor at best. I am not insulting anyone here, and if that statement sounds that way, please forgive me.
Irregardless, 9 times out of 10, you won't see the military fly their unknown and classified vehicles over major highways that connect one vital city
to the next. Usually you'll never even see a black helicopter do this. If this were the case, there would be many more postings on youtube that
look identical to mine. If most of these are military operations, then, our military is becoming less and less concerned about classified government
technology and seem to want to showcase their new-found abilities. Personally, I cannot vouch for any of these videos as being extra-terrestrial
because I was not on the crafts in question. I was merely filming their presence.
I do believe, although I cannot prove, that the diamond shaped craft was military and not extraterrestrial. It was not convention though and I'm
still trying to figure out how they knew that my friend and I were beneath them to where they could pin-point us on a spotlight. Another strange
thing that happened was the light that came spiraling towards the camera. Initially, I mistook it as light refraction, but light refraction jumps
back and fourth as opposed to fall in a circular motion. however, if you notice just before the spotlights come on, a ball of light falls from the
left side of the craft (your left side) and then light spirals towards the camera. To my knowledge, that's not normal. I'm not sure what
technology like this would be used for because I was not harmed or affected in any way, but, it obviously had a purpose.