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"If it bleeds, we can kill it!"
Originally posted by Numb2itall
We used to see Red Orbs of light in an above the trees at night and I had quite a few strange experiences while growing up out there and because of them, VT still seems very mysterious but much like Home to me.
Date / Time City State Shape Duration Summary Posted
7/7/11 05:30 Milton VT Unknown 1 Minute An irrational noise in the middle of the night.
11/17/09 18:15 Caledonia County VT Sphere few minutes 2 golden yellow orbs in northeastern VT above road
7/9/09 22:30 Colchester VT Triangle About 6 seconds Alright, me and my friend were driving down the road, and i saw it in the sky, at first I didnt think any of it because we live sorta in Colchester gunshots are not uncommon
6/11/05 23:22 Northeast Kingdom VT Flash 12 - 15 mins Saturday, 6/11/05- 23:22 Blue bubble-like spheres falling from the sky.
On Sat . 6/11/05 I woke up at about 11:10 p.m. I had gone
2/15/01 20:05 Pownal VT Light approx 60 secs Large dark helicopter at treetop level follows orange light thru rural community.
From a little Stowe newspaper published on August 17, 1858: one version of a legend on Mansfield’s formation:
A giant from the far off south many years ago was walking northward on an exploratory journey, when he arrived in the Stowe area. At this point "being fatigued with his journey, as night came on he laid him down to sleep, and unfortunately, he has never since awoke, but like the giant Rip Van Winkle sleeps on."
The mountain was called, "Moze-o-de-be-wadso" by the Abenaki which meant, 'Mountain-with-a-head-like-a-moose'
Best I came up with so far. If you read that link it suggests that native American legend tells that this mountain is where 'Indians' would go to meet their maker 'when they knew it was their time to go'.edit on 31-7-2011 by Frater210 because: (no reason given)
Could it be possible that, whatever these beasties are, they were chased up to the highest parts of the highest mountains to stay cold as the glaciers pulled back? And that by the time that human settlements were forming these things already were living high up in the mountains?
Maybe there were a lot of them because they were the apex predators in the area but were dwindling due to climate change, with still enough individuals left to form hunting parties; to hunt the new hairless, easy food that had come down from the North.edit on 31-7-2011 by Frater210 because: could be.