Before I begin I would like to let you know that all information provided is confirmed as true, I will not post my own theories as I want to keep this
as factual as possible. If I leave anything out please let me know and I will explain /w credible source.
Late November last year (not sure on exact dates but it was after Veterans Day), I was in a severe auto accident with and fractured my shoulder, and
incidentally I stayed with my parents in Eastern Washington until the worst of my recovery was over. I normally sleep with my window cracked because
I like a cool room and a warm bed. At apx 3:00AM I woke up to the horrible music comparable to that of a distorted pipe organ. It sounded a ways off
(1/2 mile or so) but traveled quickly in my direction, passed the house and kept moving south. A very short time later I heard another short song of
equal creepiness playing in a loop, once that faded I started hearing helicopters.
In this area the only helicopter traffic we get is Medstar Hospital Transport. This location is nowhere near a military installation; it is between
Spokane and Seattle, WA almost on the dot (Fairchild AFB in Spokane and Ft. Lewis in Seattle). After this went on for about 15 minutes I stepped out
on the back porch to hear chopper after chopper flying over very low possibly less than 500 feet from the street, it was LOUD. The strange thing is,
I could not see anything except for a single flash of a beacon about 30 seconds after the helicopter had passed. I was nowhere near sleep and as the
sun started to rise the sound of the helicopters disappeared and a series of very annoying noises started repeatedly echoing throughout the day.
Animal sounds, strange instrument sounds, etc.
I had no idea what the hell was going on, but tried not to let it bother me as nothing felt as if it were directed at me. I fell asleep that night
sometime before midnight and the exact same thing happened again. I went through the routine of the night before I finally closed my window, this is
where things get strange…
I began hearing everything through the ventilation shift in my ceiling, and not as if it had been muffled. I had just brought the necessities to my
parents as I was only staying for a few weeks, included was my radio alarm clock which had not yet been plugged in. I heard static from the speaker
and noticed that the number pad was flickering, double checking that I wasn’t insane I checked to be sure I hadn’t plugged it in. I had not.
Shortly after I heard radio transmissions that I could not decipher, it was English but too much static to hear. Not much happened until later that
morning when I hear telephone tones dialing from the same radio and a friend of mine answering his phone. His number was in the caller ID of the
wireless phones, I don’t know if this has anything to do with it? Also buried in a PsyOp PDF I found section on radio programming, basically it
explains how taking over radio broadcasting stations is essential to carrying out specific operations, but made no mention of using personal radios as
a means of communication or confusion…
By this time I am convinced something not good may be in the works, I called my friend from my cell phone and asked if he had been called and what
number came up on his caller ID minutes earlier. He told me that the call was marked “Unavailable” and that he heard me cursing (which I had been
doing at the time) and the call ended. Any guru’s out there who can tell me exactly how this is possible? I’m no radio buff but I was always
under the impression that a radio was a receiver and not a transmitter.
I told my girlfriend what was going on and she thought it sounded more than a little crazy so I asked her to stay over for the night. When she
arrived that evening the annoying sounds were still echoing and stopped around 9PM. Like clockwork at 3AM everything started happening again, she
suggested I call the local police to ask if there was some sort of training going on. Running out of thoughts I did, our city has a must make contact
on all calls policy, dispatch couldn’t tell me anything but sent an officer out. The patrol car pulled up at the intersection closest to the house,
got out of his car and looked at the sky for about 5 minutes. 5 minutes is a long time for a cop to just stand there.. Eventually he got back in his
car and drove off, no contact.
Short of the racket outside the house was quiet until I heard the garage door go up, I checked the door leading from the house to the garage and sure
enough the door was up and everyone except for us was asleep. I went upstairs to the bonus room above to garage to look out the window, about half
way to the window I heard my step-fathers voice from the stairs asking if I had “pressed the garage door button”. I went back downstairs and
directly to the parents bedroom where they were both snoring. I stayed up until he woke for work and asked him if he had been awake at all that
night, he said no. I told him what had happened and he shrugged it off as nothing, possibly he thought it was a bad dream.
This went on for the following two nights until finally I stayed with my girlfriend until things settled down. I could go on, but these are the main
points I wanted to make.
Thanks to Facebook I was able to talk to a friend of mine that I have known since high school, he is now on this third tour in Afghanistan/Iraq and I
thought he might be able to shed some light on what had happened. He told me that it was probably a joint training exercise and directed me to a
couple of web sites which put things in great perspective! After nearly a year of research I believe it was the 160’th Airborne Division
(Nightstalkers) and the 4th Psychological Operations Company. The 160’Th is based out of Ft. Lewis and operates AH-60 Blackhawk’s, CH-47
Chinooks, and MH-6 Little birds during night special operations and the 4th Psychological Operations Company is based out of Ft. Bragg NC. I had
remembered weeks prior to the auto accident having a BBQ on the back patio and seeing an army green twin propped helicopter fly over the area but had
no idea what kind of chopper it was or why it was there. I have never seen military in the air in the area except for an annual air show. Possibly
unrelated, but I now know that it was a Chinook
The US Military claims the 160th to be the best helicopter pilots in the world and frequently carry out rescue missions with the 4th Psychological
When looking at the area geographically I suppose they couldn’t have picked a better location for training, the road is on the edge of town, long,
very few power lines and lights, but this IS residential and this is where I get a very uneasy feeling. Our troops are in the same residential areas
in Iraq, so common sense says it is more realistic to train them in our residential neighborhoods, however after experiencing this first hand I have
to admit that it is not a warm feeling.
My friend suggested I contact the base commander for Ft. Lewis & the Psychological Operations commander at Ft. Bragg. I was told that typically in
situations like these the commanders are more than willing to work with concerned citizens. With this advice, I composed an e-mail and sent it to Ft.
Lewis cc: Ft. Bragg. To this day I have no received a reply. While away I asked my parents to pay attention if they woke up to anything strange at
odd hours, my step-father told me he woke up in the wee hours to a lot of “noisy traffic” and some weird thumps happening every 40 seconds or so.
With this said, I am hoping someone with technological and or military background can explain how some of this is possible and tell me if this is a
common occurrence. Ideally if someone could confirm this for me it would be a great deal of help! If anyone has experienced similar events please
leave a reply or start a new thread.
I have hundreds of photos and documents if anyone else is interested, below I will post a select few.
Nightstalkers have a paint scheme of very dark green with well blended, subtle patches of dark blue. The combination makes these helicopters prime
candidates for the hours between 3:00 – 6:00 AM, the darkest part of the night. Without spot/flood lights aiming directly at the helicopter itself,
it is nearly 100% invisible in the night.
MH-6 Little bird
PsyOps in Veitnam
In Vietnam, PsyOps used loud speakers attached to helicopters, backpacks, and planted in trees. They played funeral music (organ music) to taunt the
enemy. During a PsyOps youtube video the exact creepy music that I had heard was playing as the video theme music. The song is by People in Planes
and titled “Last man standing”. The info verse is played without vocals on a loop of organ music. Listen for yourself and imagine hearing it
blasting through your neighborhood at 3AM.
The troops in Vietnam played a loop called “The Wandering Soul
this would have me climbing the walls if I had been on the receiving end.
The Wandering Soul
Huey with loud speakers attached
Soldier with loud speaker backpack
Humvee with loud speakers
Soldier with portable loud speaker
This is my story, if you would like any of the PDF's, documents, or additional photos please send me a private message. If this isn't a matter anyone
is interested in, please don't flame this thread. I just wanted to share this with you.
edit on 18-11-2010 by NewWorldDisorder because: Grammar.