Strange Aerial Lights Like Texas – But Now Photographed in Indiana, Illinois, and Massachusetts

Left:  Kokomo, Indiana, one of series of aerial light photos courtesy of Dustin Cronkhite,  taken between 10 to 11 PM Central, on April 16, 2008. Middle: Flashing light photographed  through telescope around 11:45 PM Central, in Oswego, Illinois, on Saturday, April 5, 2008.  Image © 2008 by Gabrielle Johnson. Right: Video frame of bright, color-changing, aerial object above Granville, Massachusetts, videotaped over a period of 90 minutes between  10 and 11:30 PM Eastern, on Friday, April 18, 2008, © 2008  by Courtney Lynne Wilson-Merrill.
Left: Kokomo, Indiana, one of series of aerial light photos courtesy of Dustin Cronkhite, taken between 10 to 11 PM Central, on April 16, 2008. Middle: Flashing light photographed through telescope around 11:45 PM Central, in Oswego, Illinois, on Saturday, April 5, 2008. Image © 2008 by Gabrielle Johnson. Right: Video frame of bright, color-changing, aerial object above Granville, Massachusetts, videotaped over a period of 90 minutes between 10 and 11:30 PM Eastern, on Friday, April 18, 2008, © 2008 by Courtney Lynne Wilson-Merrill.

 

April 24, 2008  Kokomo, Indiana; Oswego, Illinois; and Granville, Massachusetts - At 4:37 AM Central on Friday, April 18, 2008, at an epicenter 38 miles northwest of Evansville, Indiana (38.450°N, 87.890°W), a magnitude 5.2 earthquake at 7.2 miles deep shook sleeping residents from Bellmont, Illinois, to St. Louis, Missouri, Des Moines, Iowa, Michigan, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Kansas and Georgia nearly 900 miles away. Indianapolis International Airport closed down for an hour while the control tower was evacuated. This was the first strong earthquake in the Midwest since 1968.

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