posted on Apr, 15 2010 @ 12:05 PM
I had to become a member of this site to post about this thing.
I was in Blaine, MN driving home on Radisson Road. I witnessed what looked like a normal meteor trailing down so I pulled over. This was at approx
9:52PM CST. At 9:55PM CST the "fireball" got much larger and you could hear the sonic boom. By this time at least 11 other cars were pulled over
with me along the side of the road. I grew up in a northern suburb of MN and have seen comets, meteor showers, aurora borealis, and this didn't look
like any of them. It's hue kept changing, but the green color I will never forget. I called everyone I know, no one believed me.
Today- I had today off work (finish taxes) and of course called everyone in my phone book last night telling them about this. Three of my friends
where headed up north to Taylors falls, and found the Park closed. I didn't think anything of it until I kept hearing helicopters over head. I live
in Roseville next to the army reserve base and close to the national gaurd base of Shoreview. I read on this site to keep an eye out for special ops
activity. I called Taylors falls and the woman that answered said the park was open. Yet my friends were stopped at the enterence telling them they
couldn't enter. Black SUV's no ensignia. Given how far north I was, this thing seemed to be very close, I even called my mom to see if she noticed
anything, she said nothing. I would focus your attention on N. MN, I have counted at least 10 helipcopters (one was huge) heading north form the
I am not an internet poster, and this is only the second one I have posted. I also posted to CNN and of course everyone teased me. I keep trying to
post the helicopter I have seen to the website and my housemate keeps attempting to find it on the net, IT WAS HUGE, loud and camo colored.
Tornado Sirens also just sounded from Roseville up to Lino Lakes, it's not wednesday, so it's not a test, but they went off for approx five minutes
while i was writting this and it's not nearly warm enough for a tornado. (just thought I would add that.)