“I looked all around the pattern in my hay field and there were no tracks anywhere. But some tall grass was going clockwise and some was going counterclockwise. How is that possible?”
- Connie Osborne, Land Owner, Gray, TennesseeMay 31, 2013 Gray, Tennessee - At 8 AM Monday, May 13, 2013, in Gray, Tennessee, 18-year-old Tim Blumberg went to the mailbox to place a letter his mom wanted mailed. He was surprised to see a pattern in the nearby hay field that was not there the day before. The Blumbergs are neighbors of Connie Osborne, 62, who was born in Carter City, Tennessee, only twenty-one miles from Gray, where she moved in 1979. Connie works for Host Engineering where she is a solder tech. She solders printed circuit boards for hard drives. The lowest part of her 8 1/2 acre farm is a field of eight different grasses that she grows for another neighbor to harvest as hay for his animals in exchange for his taking care of her property. That hay field is about twenty feet lower than her house and is dotted with large slabs of limestone that are part of the limestone beneath her hayfield and land.
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