posted on Jan, 15 2003 @ 02:19 PM
Here is the column from October 1, 2001
Good day, everyone. I hope everyone has been able to deal with the sudden onset of cold temperatures. The following question could be quite
controversial, but here it goes.
Why was there a huge black helicopter flying over and landing on some farms in Bourbon County and who does it belong too?
First of all let me start by giving you the description of the helicopter as given to me by several undisclosed witnesses. The helicopter was huge,
estimated to be able to hold at least 50 passengers. It was painted solid flat black with no marking of any kind any where on it. There were four men
on the outside of the helicopter, all dressed in black. No one could make out any faces, they could only see a glare off of some sort of goggles,
glasses or something to that description. One of the most striking descriptions was that even though they were very close, they could barely hear
the helicopter, it was extremely quiet. The helicopter was seen Friday, September 21 at various locations.
First I called the State Police in Dry Ridge and the Local authorities. Both gave me the same answer, they didnít know anything about it. Next I
called the FAA and was told that there was nothing noted on their daily log.
Now it was beginning to get strange. I called and left the F.B.I. a message and decided to call the DEA. Again I was told they didnít have any
aircraft in the area, plus they do not have any helicopters that big.
I called the State Police Head Quarters and was told that none of their helicopters were in the area and was again told that they do not have any
helicopters that large. It was time to contact the C.I.A. Again they didnít know of anything going on in the area. They told me to call the FAA and
I called the FBI back and this is what I was told: Not knowing what it was Iíve got two suggestions. No 1 Part of the (Army) Depot reservation is in
Bourbon County, and the State Police SRT team is stationed there and I would imagine they would do things like that and they probably donít want
everybody to know that they are doing it. There are several government contractors on that base...Thatís all I know.
Well, this mystery continues... If anyone has any information on the incidents please call or write and let me know. Of course you can anonymously
slide any information under the door at the Bourbon Times if you prefer. We are located at 419 Main Street, Paris.
Until next week, Iíll be working hard to find out what you need to know.