Dragonfly Drones – Surveillance Technology?

“It looked like the appendage that was facing me rotated ... like the appendages rotated and the ring stayed still almost.”

- Brent Yearout, Camas, Washington

Airbrushed sketches on torn, black work board of strange aerial craft seen from the side by Brent Yearout (brighter white object) and from underneath by his friend, Tim, (top center ring with appendages) on June 7, 2007, in Camas, Washington. Airbrushed images © 2007 by Brent Yearout.
Airbrushed sketches on torn, black work board of strange aerial craft seen from the side by Brent Yearout (brighter white object) and from underneath by his friend, Tim, (top center ring with appendages) on June 7, 2007, in Camas, Washington. Airbrushed images © 2007 by Brent Yearout.

Click here for Earthfiles podcast. Airbrushed sketches on torn, black work board of strange aerial craft seen from the side by Brent Yearout (brighter white object) and from underneath by his friend, Tim, (top center ring with appendages) on June 7, 2007, in Camas, Washington. Airbrushed images © 2007 by Brent Yearout.Click here for Earthfiles podcast.

May 9, 2008  Camas, Washington -  A year ago on May 4, 2007, Coast to Coast AM webmaster, Lex, received an email from a Central California resident who called himself “Chad” about his photographing an odd, dragonfly-shaped, aerial object. In an email a week later, Chad sent some of his photographs dated May 6, 2007. [ See: 051507 Earthfiles for photos.] In addition to the dragonfly-shaped body that had appendages sticking out from a large ring, there was another odd feature. Rising from the ring straight up into the air were slightly curved, thin wires that formed a tall, circular crown above the dragonfly body. Chad was worried about his family's safety and health after he saw the bizarre aerial object at least eight times from his house and on hikes near his home and heard a low, electrostatic hum coming from it. Neighbors, he said, had also seen the unidentified aerial object.

 

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