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Black helicopters??


I am fascinated by conspiracy theories. I figure that there’s always something to be learned from a conspiracy theory, even if the only reality to be learned about is the psychological tendencies of some of our fellow Americans, not to mention their political intentions.

So here’s my contribution to a pretty popular conspiracy theory: black helicopters. Google for that, and you’ll find lots of interesting reading. Why do black helicopters so frequently fly directly above Acorn Abbey, here in the middle of nowhere? To tell you the truth, I’m not sure whether the helicopters are black or dark green, but they’re unmarked. Twice in the last week, three helicopters have flown over in formation. The first time they were flying north to south. Then several days later they flew over on the same vector, south to north.

In addition to the black helicopters, there are frequently orange or blue helicopters. I don’t give them much thought. I figure they have a good reason to be here. Maybe they’re medical helicopters, or surveillance helicopters looking for illegal marijuana crops along the Dan River.

I used Google Earth to try to figure out if there are any landmarks, prominent from the air, that might explain why I’m on such a popular helicopter route. I don’t see anything. My only theory is that the helicopters may be flying over a corridor that is heavily forested and sparsely populated, to attract as little attention (and noise complaints) as possible. But really I have no idea why they’re here.



  1. diane2 wrote:

    Been checking your blog every now and then,,and the progress of your Enchanting house…
    Re; the helicopters, the 1st thought that I had is maybe your radio equipment has something to do w them? Being that the goverment is so paranoid now anything is possible..?
    diane2 from IL..

    Tuesday, June 29, 2010 at 5:38 pm | Permalink
  2. mountain madness wrote:

    Very good point she makes… Not very many Ham Radio Users anymore. They say when all else fails us the Ham Radio users will be our life lines of communication… I’m sure you are on someones radar… LOL…

    Wednesday, July 7, 2010 at 3:46 pm | Permalink

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