Sun dog, chemtrails, & strange sounds in Craig, NE – September 27th, 2012

16 thoughts on “Sun dog, chemtrails, & strange sounds in Craig, NE – September 27th, 2012

  1. windowsxpkid123

    A sundog is a rainbow-like spot in a cirrus cloud. Light shining through ice crystals in the cloud makes a sundog, much like light shining through raindrops makes a rainbow. “They are reddish on the side facing the sun and often have bluish-white tails stretching? horizontally away from them,

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  2. PatriotRadioMilitia

    i already posted it? to another , the thing is this was seen in many places i found videos from th e3rd in LA, vegas, pheonix ………all over . like half dozen videos showing 3 suns , and some comet looking things

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  3. Vengeant1

    Sounds man-made Jooni. Chem’ing here also daily/nightly. I don’t call them? sundogs when they are created by chemtrails. I call them chemdogs of course heh heh.

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  4. joonipuur

    I’ve been through a lot in my short 25 years… and I’ve seen & heard some freaky shit. Takes a lot to scare me. =) I think I’m surrounded by all this weirdness for the simple fact that I love it! Life’s mysteries keep me in? awe. I’d be bored to tears without it, that’s for sure.

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  5. joonipuur

    Nope. We live in a village of less than a hundred. There is a highway off in? the distance a few miles away, but it doesn’t get very much traffic. The nearest “city” is an hour away. The nearest gas station is 15 minutes away, as our village has none. We’re very secluded. Which makes it easy to rule out a lot of things.

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  6. joonipuur

    Corn doesn’t grow in the winter…? Here’s one of my clips of the strange sounds from this past March: /watch?v=z3_CA6GRuBY

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  7. joonipuur

    Checking it out now. You should post it as? a video response, if you’d like, especially since they happened so close together – that way the people that read this, who are interested, can easily go check out your video. Otherwise, I can post mine as a response to yours.

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  8. joonipuur

    It does a little bit, doesn’t it? Won’t find any caves here, though, in Northeastern Nebraska. We’re surrounding by cornfields and more cornfields. Audio doesn’t pick it up? very well, but there’s also a pitch or a hum that coincides with it. I’ve other videos posted where you can hear the stranger frequencies.

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  9. joonipuur

    Yes. It goes on all the time. Doesn’t matter what time of year, either. There are brief periods (like a week or two) that it’ll stop? before it resumes again. I’ve never been able to find a discernible source, either. I can hear it outside right now.

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