posted on May, 15 2010 @ 05:20 PM
I hate to use this term, but "swamp gas" burning could actually account for the "floating fire" referenced in the article. After all, they were
in a swamp, and by approaching the fire disturbed the air enough to dissipate it.
"Strange sounds" in the dark could be anything, especially since the folks who heard the noises were not from that area.
I don't know what to make of the German voices and songs.
Aren't tanks still used today? They say they spotted the tracks when they explored farther, so perhaps they were made recently, before the witnesses
arrived in the area. The article doesn't say that the tracks appeared where none had been the day before.
it doesn't amount to much for me.