posted on Oct, 25 2012 @ 08:50 PM
In the next couple of weeks, I have a few residents of Bayou Corne who agreed to let me camp in there backyard for a night.
My friend Jo just reported that last night at 2 AM a weird thick fog rolled in. Startled her dogs. She told me that it smelled of burning rubber. Here
the deal with that, it is not uncommon near sugar mills for there to be a THICK fog, kinda like smog but not really. The sugar mill in the area is
located 4 miles west along Bayou Lafourche. Also we still burn our cane fields after harvest to get ready for another harvest. There is no cane
burning going on as well.
It all happened last night.
10/24/12 9:20 PM CST: Massive tremor
10/25/12 2:00 AM CST: Dense fog rolls in, has the smell of burning rubber
10/25/12 4:30-6 AM CST: At least 6 separate tremors reported
10/25/12 6 AM CST: Helicopter reported over the sinkhole area before daybreak
That is what happened in less that a 12 hours period.
Mind you the humidity is high all the time in the swamp. When it is dense fog around here it is mixing with some other air born material. My question
is what could it be? Could it be an asphalt volcano? We are the only region in the world that these type of volcanoes can form. It has only been
recorded in the Gulf but never on land.