posted on Aug, 7 2013 @ 04:44 PM
The Double 7 Farms were owned by Wayne Mullinex's family, and Hanna had met them some four years ago at a community bake sale. Quiet and
down-to-earth, Wayne was a farmer from birth and his love for the land and the livestock showed through whenever he got involved in discussions about
the neighborhood. Hanna had been lucky enough to catch him alone once and had asked him about the Guidestones. In a calm response, he told her that he
had nothing to do with the structure, that he had only sold the five acres to the town because they had convinced him that it was the only feasible
spot to locate the unique granite slabs. He had been honored, actually. Hanna had also asked him about the time capsule, and that was the first time
she learned about the powersource, supposedly buried beneath the capsule, but never referenced or mentioned by anyone!
Seems one night, late, about two months after selling the land to the town, Wayne was drawn down to the site by strange digging sounds. It was dark,
about 1:30 in the morning, and he wondered why anyone would be working at that time and in the foggy damp mist blanketing the whole valley. He arrived
just in time to see the crane lower a sphere into the ground. The sphere appeared to be electrically alive, sparks emanating from within, giving off a
steady white light that streamed shadows over the crew intent on burying it. As soon as the sphere went below ground level the sparking stopped and
the light disappeared. Quickly the men lowered a metal cover, and then they lowered the time capsule. The hole was filled in with dirt and the crew
packed up their tools and drove away. The time was 03:15. Wayne waited in the dark for maybe twenty minutes, then went home and back to bed. The next
day he asked the crew about the sphere, wondering what the heck it could be. Nobody remembered anything about the sphere ! They all acknowledged the
time capsule being buried, but no one, . . . nobody, remembered even seeing a sphere.
Wayne had related this personal story to Hanna only because she was very insistent, and because she was his new neighbor. That had been some years
back, and he believed he had never said anything about it again to anyone. He had his credibility to think of, with his long-time neighbors and
friends. Besides, who would believe it?
Hanna thought the time had come to relate this experience to Ryan. She poured them more wine and began.