Airspace Activist Eyes Unfriendly Skies

When Alan Gross of Flushing looked out his window Aug. 13 of this year, he was looking for a blimp. What he saw instead floated like a butterfly, but stung him like a bee.

Absent a dirigible, Gross was concerned by the presence of contrails over the Manhattan skyline, zigzagging in drunken X’s across the heavens. QUEENS TRIBUNE

For several years investigators and researchers have been searching for hard evidence on the elusive phenomena of chemtrail spraying. If you search Google News today for articles on chemtrails (with 4500 periodicals represented) only one will be found. There really is no coverage of this issue in the mainstream media with the exception of KNBC's report that aired last week.

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