posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 08:49 PM
That was a lot of info to process! OK, I got some news. John found two more guys. He watched them for a while and finally decided they were real
"freedome fighters" too. They have come a long way.
This is shocking. You remember that big plume they found just before the 'cane hit? It got pushed onto the little city of Keyville. The whole town
is DEAD! Everything is covered in goo and the air is toxic! Lonnie said he got a call from his sister. She lived there, she was describing
everything when she started coughing. He's sure he heard her die. He tried to get down there, but the air was bad and everything was oily, that
thick nasty oil, so he had to turn back. He just cries when he thinks about it. I feel sorry for him.
When Lonnie started back, there were a lot of people out, then the "police" came and told them to meet at a church for shelter. Lonnie and his
friend Jimmy Wayne, just didn't feel right about it, so they slipped away. They watched awhile and then headed north.
My sons found a ham operator and then tracked down one of the call signs. He is being very careful because he suspects something strange is afoot -
like, ya think! (Sorry, just feeling grouchy.) His brother lives around here, so he is hoping we can all go there for shelter and food. They cut
all electricity to the area, but he has a generator. We are still considering our options. (At least we have some now.)
Dante, like Dante's Inferno? Maybe it's a hint. Did you read about a tsunami that was on fire. It hit PNG a few years ago. Well, if they are
expecting something akin to that, why haven't they gotten out of Dodge?
And why are they trying to prevent people from leaving without all the rigamarole they are putting you through? There must be a piece of this puzzle
that we are missing. The MSM isn't saying anything useful. The boys are on the net over at the ham's house trying to find out anything from
alternative sites. There aren't any news talk show still up in the evac zone.
I thought spending a night alone in my house without electricity was scary. That was a cake walk compared to this. Not knowing is mindnumbing, but
it's important to just keep thinking!
[edit on 27-6-2010 by shapeshiftress]