Updated 01-28-08:  Viewer Letters About Aerial Craft and Military Fly-Overs Above Dublin, Stephenville and Seldon, Texas

“Each cone-shaped indention is a device that creates an electrical vortex
(sometime called a plasma or ion vortex), and like a tornado with multiple vortexes, they all the add up to cause one big vortex around the craft.”

- Earthfiles Viewer

Computer illustration of Ricky Sorrells' perspective on January 1, 2008, looking up through the trees on his Dublin, Texas, property at a “tin barn grey” metal emitting “mirage heat waves” and embedded with cone-shaped holes he thought were equally separated by forty feet over the entire surface of the gigantic aerial craft above him. Graphic © 2008 by Gregory Watters for Earthfiles.com.
Computer illustration of Ricky Sorrells' perspective on January 1, 2008, looking up through the trees on his Dublin, Texas, property at a “tin barn grey” metal emitting “mirage heat waves” and embedded with cone-shaped holes he thought were equally separated by forty feet over the entire surface of the gigantic aerial craft above him. Graphic © 2008 by Gregory Watters for Earthfiles.com.

“If you want to discover what may be happening in Texas, check the coordinates of 32 degrees North 01' 09" 97 degrees 41' 10" on Google Earth in Bosque County, Texas, between the towns of Glen Rose and Meridian.”

- Anonymous, 01-23-08

A triangle of three small towns (green circles) southwest of Fort Worth begins with Stephenville, a city in and the county seat of Erath County, Texas, population 14,921 in 2000 census.  Then Dublin about eight miles southwest has a population of 3,754. Straight east of Dublin about ten miles is Selden with a full time population of about seven. Further east are Glen Rose and Meridian (red circles) referenced in first updated email below.
A triangle of three small towns (green circles) southwest of Fort Worth begins with Stephenville, a city in and the county seat of Erath County, Texas, population 14,921 in 2000 census.  Then Dublin about eight miles southwest has a population of 3,754. Straight east of Dublin about ten miles is Selden with a full time population of about seven. Further east are Glen Rose and Meridian (red circles) referenced in first updated email below.

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