posted on Sep, 14 2009 @ 12:09 PM
10:am August 28th 2009. Athorities in rural Urbana Ohio found the missing semi from Bob Evans warehouse parked in a local Flying J gas station earlier
this morning. There was no sign of Steve Lang, the missing driver.
previously.......4:22 pm August 26th 2009. Steve was rolling across I70W to take another load of supplies to the Bob Evans restarants in Indiana. He
was thinking how relieved he was that his son Troy had started back into school. At least he wouldn't be home alone like he was all summer. When you
have a 16 yr old son who has developmental issues you just never know whats going to happen next. Right after he stopped for gas, Steve would call
home to make sure Troy was in the house and playing his xbox.
Pulling ino the Flyin J Steve noticed one of those road side vegetable stands that farmers have this time of year, just off to the right of the
driveway. He made a mental note to run over and check out the corn. Troy loved corn on the cob and Steve was a good dad." Hi buddy, hows the corn
today"? The farmer told Steve that actually he wasn't going to sell this corn because it was against everything he was made of to sell corn that had
been picked more than 8 hrs ago. The farmer began to trash bag up the corn and while doing so he told Steve he has fields full of corn right down the
road. Hop in my truck and I'll have you back here in 20 mins with enough corn to last you for a bit the farmer said. No charge either since you have
to go to the trouble. 20 mins wouldn't throw his delivery schedule off much so Steve agreed. Steve and the farmer drove into the dirt driveway which
was actually one really long driveway. I'd hate to have to drive down this is deep snow Steve thought to himself. At the end of the driveway was a
small farm house and laundry was hanging on a clothes line just like people used to do in the old days. "Lets get you a basket out of the barn" the
farmer said. Steve followed the farmer out to the barn. Once inside the barn, the farmer reached for a hoe that was hanging on a hook and politely
knocked Steve in the head with the hoe. Steve fell to the floor unconsious. The farmer got a roll of rope off of another hook and tied Steves wrists
securely. It wasnt easy dragging him back out to the pick up truck but he was used to it . After all he had done it just about every day for the past
2 weeks. Thank goodness this would be the last one for the year. The farmer got up in the truck and pulled Steve up into it by grabbing both arms and
lifting with every ounce of strenght he had left. Once Steve was in the truck the farmer closed the tailgate. Hopping into the truck he wiped the
sweat from his brow and started the engine. Behind the barn was a smaller dirt road that went back thru the cornfield and into a small clearing. In
the middle of the clearing was a large wooden pole deeply embedded in the ground and about 20 feet high and as thick as a phone pole. The farmer
dragged Steve out of the truck and over to the pole. Well if he wakes up and starts yelling like the others did, nobody will hear him either the
farmer thought to himself. With that he tied Steve securely to the pole with the remaining rope he had brought along. He was so glad this was the last
one for the year.
After dinner that night, the farmer went out to sit in the porchswing like he did every night after dinner. The sun would be going down soon now. This
was the place that offered the best view. The stars always twinkled brighter it seemed to him at this time of year. He rocked and waited. Rocked and
waited..... Darkness fell later in August but this would be the last night so the wait seemed somehow easier. Somewhere around about 11 maybe he saw
the light in the sky. It was them. They had come after the last offering. They had made the deal oh maybe 12 years ago or so. It was the night they
took his wife. He had ran out into the field screaming up at the sky but it was too late. She was gone. Yelling into the night, he screamed
"Bring her back and I will give you more." The next morning she was in bed beside him. "They said to tell you that they want one each night for two
weeks every august," she told him over breakfast. If you give them that, they will leave us alone. So he had kept his word over the years and done
Now he watched the ship hover over the clearing. Ten minutes later they were gone. Well thats it then , he thought. He went back into the house and
directly up the stairs. He walked softly because didn't want to wake her.
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