Black helicopter on the ground….
This photo was taken by a Lawrence County resident on her way into Lawrenceville from out in the county. She snapped this in the Petrolia area; the smudges across the top of the photo are mud/rain splotches on the window of her vehicle.
While she and her husband believe the helicopter—a two-seater—merely belongs to one of the oil men in the area, it was still an odd sight…and, she hasn’t had it 100 percent confirmed that the copter DOES belong to an area oilman. In years past at about this time of year, we’ve seen dark helicopters flying above area cornfields, scoping out pot plots within the corn. Those would stick out like a sore thumb this year, as most of the corn is destroyed by the drought…and if good pot growers were keeping their plants watered and green, those tall plants could be spotted a mile away on flat ground with the corn looking dumpy and burned like it does….or else there’d be a batch of green corn surrounding a patch of green pot, which would ALSO be easy to spot from the air.
We don’t have an explanation for the copter….but we thought you might be interested in it, enough to speculate on your own. And, if anyone else out there has any knowledge of it, or if you’ve taken photos of it, feel free to tell us, and send us pics if you’d like, at firstname.lastname@example.org…and don’t forget to hurry out if you haven’t already and pick up the August Special Edition 2012, because we’re in the midst of deliveries, and when they’re gone, you’ll only be able to get them as back issues at a few select locations—Graf Ink Printing in Harrisburg, The Rose Hotel in Elizabethtown, and The Price is Right in Clay City….deliveries for the August-September issue continue, watch the Facebook page for locations!
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