posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 06:37 AM
First of all, I live in Indianapolis and used to actually live a few blocks from where this happened. Because I'm a nosey nerd that needs to know
what happened, I haven't really slept much since the alert came up on my phone Friday night. Here's what I know:
1) They did allow reporters to broadcast live from the elementary school where people were evacuated. Our local station RTV6 (our ABC) was live for
several hours. I finally fell asleep at 3 AM when it was STILL live. Cameras were NOT allowed inside the school due to privacy reasons, but one of the
reporters were allowed to go in and talk to families. This being said.... Erica, the reporter who did talk to families seemed "off"... Like there
was something she couldn't say.
2) Our mayor, Greg Ballard, was at the marine ball when it happened and zipped on over after hearing the devistation was worse than what was
originally reported. He spoke on camera a few times, but it was like a stone face. I get he may have been tired and so on;however, I had the gut
feeling that something wasn't right. He wasn't acting as he usually does, especially when there's a camera in his face. Honestly, the news alert I
got on my phone was more vague than anything. It made it sound like there was a small oven/gas incident. It wasn't until reporters went live and
started to describe the scene that I noticed everything was really out of place.
3) Saturday morning they interviewed a woman whose husband went door to door knocking on neighbors doors to help get people out. (There was stories of
this on the live cast, but they weren't allowed to talk to cameras at that point) She told a story about how he found a girl bloody who was saying
something about two other people in the house that needed help, however the fire was too bad to attempt the save for them. This makes no sense. The
Greenwood teacher and her husband did not have a child. Thus saying.... There had to be more that 2 fatalities.
4) A seasoned police deputy was interviewed on Friday night that was extremely shaken up. I don't want to post inaccurately and I was exhausted when
I watched his interview, but he did say he was a few blocks away and his whole car shook more than once.
5) The pattern of debris does not replicate or resemble in the slightest any gas explosion I have ever seen. Especially, the ones around here.
Citizen's Gas has already released a statement saying it was NOT gas related.
6) It was also released and determined that it was NOT a meth lab or bomb.
7) Back to the live reports that I saw on Friday night, They said right away it was NOT a plane..... My question is if the fire is still going and the
smoke is too thick to see anything, how in the world can you determine something so quick? That's fishy to me.
8) The people that own the house that blew up were gone for the weekend.
9) Originally, nobody was allowed to drop off donated items directly. They had to be taken to a drop off center and police would take it over. Knowing
the area, this makes no sense. The school is the center of many housing editions, so the fact that people couldn't just go help the victims directly
really makes me believe there is an information block going on.
I apologize for my post jumping around so much. Blame it on exhaustion. I honestly believe that there's something more going on here. After reading
this whole thread, I can honestly say I'm on the side of it being a drone/NASA involvement/sky impact (which gets tricky with the whole crater thing)
.... I'm not somebody who believes in hype or buys in to a whole lot of "magic" and "theories".... However, this isn't right. Nobody here
believes it is as it has been reported.