posted on May, 19 2012 @ 09:24 AM
reply to post by Havick007
Well, maybe you should, in fact, read the entire post.
This happened in Mississippi. And this story is in the Gray Area, so make of it what you will, buy into it or not.
As for a military drill, is it likely that the military has a weapon that disables power in a limited area?
I was present at a drill similar to this in Midtown ATL in 2005 or 2006, sorry can't remember which exact year. Explosions, smoke, armed helicopters
flying low over head, startled civilians literally running for cover in the streets. Not one word of it on the news.
It was surreal and
it was broad day light. I can't imagine how much more trippy it would be at night with no power.
I don't think they should be allowed to run these sorts of exercises without alerting the entire area. No, scratch that - I don't think they should be
allowed to run these drills at all in actual urban or suburban USA. Nothing but a Psy Op. There is no way it doesn't act to kow the public into
obedience through fear and intimidation. Besides, don't they have fake towns and miniature city blocks on training bases for just such practice?
Originally posted by swoopaloop
Originally posted by chrismicha77
2:45am - I grab my phone to call Entergy and all I get is a fast busy signal. Come to find out my phone as no service.....now I begin to wonder.
Interesting. All I know is that when my phone has no service. I can't even make a call that would be able to get a busy signal.
If this is fake, that sentence is what made me skeptical.
What if they have jammed the lines and not shut off phone service? Old school house phones not hooked up to an answering machine still receive a mild
electric current through the phone line even when the power is out.
edit on 19/5/2012 by kosmicjack because: (no reason given)