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Possible Crash in Kentucky

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posted on Dec, 12 2011 @ 06:31 PM
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Kdog, I always blame it on a meth lab when I hear an explosion, lol! My step-dad is the chief of the fire department though, so I would know if that turned out to be the case. But it's always my first guess. I don't know of any in my immediate vicinity and live in a low crime area, but regardless, it wouldn't surprise me.




posted on Dec, 12 2011 @ 06:35 PM
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This is an article from the Hazard Herald (KY) where the explosion rocked the area..apparently there is speculation as to what was the cause. Although reports have stated some witnessed fireballs to an airplane crashing.

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Speculation quickly spread through the community and on the Internet as to what could have caused the explosion that caught the attention of people in several communities, including Lothair, Lotts Creek and Upper Second Creek. The most prevailing theory centered on a rumored plane crash, though that was never confirmed.







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posted on Dec, 12 2011 @ 06:41 PM
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I live in a respectable part of the city,quiet,on top of a hill just off Dixie HWY,and I had my neighbor making meth in his garage!!
Nicest guy in the world and the last person I would have thought of doing something like that.
I came home one day and it smelled heavily of ammonia.
I guess no were is safe these days.



posted on Dec, 12 2011 @ 06:43 PM
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I'm south Louisville, been quite mostly except for tonight when at least 2-3 fire trucks and 1-2 ambulances went screaming passed, nothing unusual though. But just a few days ago it felt like my whole apartment building moved? I shrugged it off as I normal do. These loud booms other than fort knox could be a super sonic jet breaking the sound barrier.



posted on Dec, 12 2011 @ 06:45 PM
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I live in Ky....With all the rock quarries and coal mines around, I don't think this is anything unusual.



posted on Dec, 12 2011 @ 07:12 PM
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Here's a link to the latest news report that was televised this evening.

www.wkyt.com...



posted on Dec, 12 2011 @ 07:59 PM
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If it was a mine, wouldn't they have been able to determine or rule that out by now? I mean how many abandoned mines are there in this vicinity?

And not sure how an underground explosion could be mistaken for an aerial fireball.

Very odd.


www.youtube.com...



posted on Dec, 12 2011 @ 08:17 PM
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There are many abandoned mines in Kentucky,this is coal country you know.
We got oil and gas wells also.
Maybe mother Earth has had enough and giving us a warning.
Not to mention the hundreds if not thousands of natural caves.
Only 50 miles from me is Mammoth Caves,the largest cave system in the country,or maybe even the world.
Check this out and search for the cave or mine in reference.
Cause I'm lazy right now and it gives ya'll something to do.



minemaps.ky.gov...
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ETA: This is priceless,

"If there is no plane missing I think it probably could be a U.F.O. If there is no debris, it probably burned before it hit the ground," said Perry County resident Kathy Collins.

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posted on Dec, 12 2011 @ 08:50 PM
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Holy #e.....I had no idea there were that many mines. I live in Florida so the only thing below us is hell. I had no idea what the mine population was. Kentucky is littered with mines!
Ya know, in retrospect, it seems so incredibly antiquated to go through all that hardship and labor to get the same basic results that our own Sun can produce. And lightning. And ocean water. And magnets. And the wind. And, well....you get my drift.

But thanks for that link and enlightenment!



posted on Dec, 12 2011 @ 08:55 PM
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Originally posted by kdog1982



ETA: This is priceless,

"If there is no plane missing I think it probably could be a U.F.O. If there is no debris, it probably burned before it hit the ground," said Perry County resident Kathy Collins.

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Ya know, I thought the same exact thing when I first read that but if you think about it: .....if the first reports were coming in as two planes colliding (which from what I've read, is what was reported Sunday) then, she's kinda right.

If no one is missing a pilot, passenger or plane then it probably was an aerial UFO of sorts. Unless something from the mine shot up tens of hundreds of feet in the air and exploded. Now to me that seems like a reach. But.............what do I know. I had no idea there were thousands of mines!

All in all it's a bizarre event no matter what this turns out to be.



posted on Dec, 12 2011 @ 08:56 PM
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Originally posted by Human_Alien
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Holy #e.....I had no idea there were that many mines. I live in Florida so the only thing below us is hell. I had no idea what the mine population was. Kentucky is littered with mines!
Ya know, in retrospect, it seems so incredibly antiquated to go through all that hardship and labor to get the same basic results that our own Sun can produce. And lightning. And ocean water. And magnets. And the wind. And, well....you get my drift.

But thanks for that link and enlightenment!


Can you imagine what would happen it the New Madrid Zone earthquake happen and what kind of effects that it would bring here?
The next great lake in the middle of Kentucky.



posted on Dec, 12 2011 @ 09:02 PM
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Originally posted by kdog1982

Originally posted by Human_Alien
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Holy #e.....I had no idea there were that many mines. I live in Florida so the only thing below us is hell. I had no idea what the mine population was. Kentucky is littered with mines!
Ya know, in retrospect, it seems so incredibly antiquated to go through all that hardship and labor to get the same basic results that our own Sun can produce. And lightning. And ocean water. And magnets. And the wind. And, well....you get my drift.

But thanks for that link and enlightenment!


Can you imagine what would happen it the New Madrid Zone earthquake happen and what kind of effects that it would bring here?
The next great lake in the middle of Kentucky.



Speaking of earthquakes...........

Don't think fracking can't be the culprit.
Bottom line is, we have no idea what's going on anywhere on or around this planet of ours. Not on land, not in the skies, not in the oceans and not underground. There's this 3D parallel world going on right underneath our noses and none of us are privy to.

(kinda makes me wonder what the great soothsayers and prophets were envisioning and predicting when they saw the east coast of America dramatically changing)



posted on Dec, 12 2011 @ 11:03 PM
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This has me very interested! Hope more information will come out of this.



posted on Dec, 13 2011 @ 01:46 AM
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I live right by the area in question...

Been hearing all sorts of things all day long...

Not a witness myself... but...

I've heard rumors of police scanner reports confirming they spotted a crashed plane...
(from reliable sources)

Heard people talking about seeing a

"plane on fire headed for the ground like a bat into Hell, with its warning lights, lighting the damned thing up like a Christmas tree on the Vegas strip"

I first heard about it on my facebook... around 10pm (12-11-11)

before it was on the news... people were sending prayer requests for the passengers of the plane...

Thats when I also heard the news about police scanner chatter...

I hoped for the best... and went to bed...

Woke up and whoa and behold logged on here and discovered just how weird things are with this...

Been trying to find answers all day...

You would have better luck persevering ice in Hell...

What I do know is this...

That was no Mine Explosion...



posted on Dec, 13 2011 @ 02:20 AM
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There are still no answers as to what caused an apparent explosion in Perry County Sunday night. Crews spent hours searching Sunday night after initial reports of a possible plane crash, but they gave up the search around 1:00 a.m. and said it was probably an explosion at an abandoned mine. Now officials with the Division of Abandoned Mine Lands are saying there is no evidence at the mine that would support an explosion. Some say they felt their homes shaking, others say they saw a fireball, but as of now no one can say for sure what happened in Perry County Sunday night. Preliminary reports of possible plane crash were ruled out after searching for hours and finding no crash scene, which led officials to this explanation. “There is a mine break up there. It happens in eastern Kentucky with a lot with old abandoned mines. They catch fire, smoke real bad, and sometimes they flame up. It does kill the trees around and that is possibly what could be seen from the air,” said Lotts Creek Fire Chief Chris Engle. Officials from the Division of Abandoned Mine Lands were called Monday to investigate and found that there is a coal seam fire that is causing the smoke and the burned trees, but that’s all they are able to confirm. My investigators found no evidence of an explosion or a fire ball. There was no crater no debris that they could ascertain,” said the Director of the Division of Abandoned Mine Lands Steve Hohmann. So until more information can be found, that leaves no explanation for the shaking houses and what appeared to be a fireball in the sky, but some in the area have their own explanation for what happened. “If there is no plane missing I think it probably could be a U.F.O. If there is no debris, it probably burned before it hit the ground,” said Perry County resident Kathy Collins. For now, it remains a mystery. Officials with the Division of Abandoned Mine Lands say they are planning to go back up to the mine site on Wednesday



posted on Dec, 13 2011 @ 03:01 AM
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Originally posted by kdog1982

Originally posted by Human_Alien
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Holy #e.....I had no idea there were that many mines. I live in Florida so the only thing below us is hell. I had no idea what the mine population was. Kentucky is littered with mines!
Ya know, in retrospect, it seems so incredibly antiquated to go through all that hardship and labor to get the same basic results that our own Sun can produce. And lightning. And ocean water. And magnets. And the wind. And, well....you get my drift.

But thanks for that link and enlightenment!


Can you imagine what would happen it the New Madrid Zone earthquake happen and what kind of effects that it would bring here?
The next great lake in the middle of Kentucky.


I read the book ....was thinking this same thought after reading about Mammouth Caves and the # or mines. PPL are really testing mother earth there working a meth lab. INSANE. Wouldn't that just sux that this type of incident to be the "cataclysmic" event to come. (If you are aware of the book) If not - sounds very plausable that we (or those that are more of the stupid kind to create meth labs) could bring on such a cataclysm.

JUST SAYIN'



posted on Dec, 13 2011 @ 04:18 AM
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I have a feeling that the last thing we'll hear from the MSM about it is another unsatisfied made up explanation, and "moving on..." -_-



posted on Dec, 13 2011 @ 04:28 AM
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I haven't heard of this, and I live in Kentucky. But I can tell you that over the summer while I was at my mom and dad's (staying there over college break), I was laying out on my pool deck on a day that there was not a cloud in the sky, and I saw a UFO fly by as if it wanted me to see it. Then, on another occasion (maybe 2/3 weeks later), I saw the same UFO fly by again.

I know it was a UFO because it was low enough to actually see the shape, and it basically looked like an upright egg. It was super shiny, so it had to be a metal because when the sun hit it it nearly blinded me. Furthermore, it went way too fast across the sky to be any type of plane, it was not a balloon, and it did not have an exhaust trail. It is one of the coolest experiences I've had, and maybe they are doing something in Kentucky? I don't know what, but I was shocked to see one at my house, even more shocked to see two.



posted on Dec, 13 2011 @ 05:03 AM
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This is exactly the kinds of reports that would be generated if a top secret military aircraft were to go down.
That is to say anything but the truth.
MIne explosion



posted on Dec, 13 2011 @ 05:23 AM
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and the mundane "official" report of what "actually" happened in 5, 4, 3, 2 ....

"a finally a Hydrogen filled weather baloon collided with a festive sky lantern tonight causing a masive explosion in the skies above Kentucky"



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