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Volume 11
Message 1
April 5, 2006

Editor: Joseph Trainor

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[Please note this is a report Joe managed to send to me via the website, and is not an official UFO Roundup bulletin. As soon as I receive positive news from Joe about the bulletin I will post on the site - John @ UFOINFO]


On March 30, 2006, at 11 a.m., UFO Roundup editor Joseph Trainor was waiting for the GATRA bus on Worcester Street--Route 140 in Taunton, Mass. when he saw five chemtrails north of his bus stop. "The trails went from the eastern horizon and stopped just south of Route 140 over the Route 44 Plaza. They were spread out to the north over an estimated distance of four miles, from about Danforth Street in Taunton to Brookview Circle."

At 11:25 a.m., while on the bus, Joe reported, "I saw a single thick chemtrail behind a silver jet. The jet was higher than 20,000 feet so I could not identify the type. This chemtrail began at the eastern horizon in Norton, Mass. and crossed Route 140 at the New Baptist Church on Woodward Avenue in Norton."

At 11:35 a.m., arriving at the Norton Common, Joe added, "I saw another single thick contrail passing from east to west over Wheaton College. The trail ran parallel to Route 123 for a couple of miles, then petered out over the Chartley Village Cemetery in Norton."

At 6:10 p.m., back in Attleboro, Mass., Joe added, "I saw five chemtrails. One ran from northwest to southeast at 10,000 feet. Two others were going from east to west at 15,000 feet. A fourth was going from southwest to northeast at 30,000 feet. The final one was going from east to west over North Main Street, over a mile from my position. All five were tinged red from the setting sun. Curiously, three crossed at a single point, which I estimated to be over Capron Park on County Street. The most distant two seemed to cross over Attleboro Falls, a village about three miles to the north."

At 5 p.m., WJAR-TV Channel 10 in Providence, R.I. reported that the Art classroom was evacuated at Central High School in Providence at 9 a.m. Over 20 kids reported a "weird odor" in the room. One teacher was brought out on the gurney and given oxygen. The Providence Fire Dept. had no explanation for the mysterious smell.

At 8 a.m., Mary Lou Jones-Drown received a report of a single chemtrail over Hornbine Road in Rehoboth, Mass. The chemtrail moved to the southwest and was very high at 30,000 feet.

At 4:30 p.m., Mary Lou saw "ten to fifteen chemtrails moving across the sky, radiation outward from a single point on the southwest horizon. They were all moving in a northeasterly direction" over County Street.

Another witness, Mrs. DuPere, reported hearing "the noise of many helicopters" over lower County Street in Rehoboth at that time.

Finally, a witness in Fall River, Mass. reported seeing "12 black helicopters over the Quequechan River" the afternoon of March 30. He said the choppers were "all flying in single file" and circling Fall River.

March 31, 2006 -- "March Madness" continued in Dighton, Mass., between Rehoboth and Taunton at 10 a.m. when witnesses told Mary Lou they saw "five chemtrails going from Boston to Providence (northeast to southwest) in parallel lines, with two crossing."

In Swansea, Mass., south of Rehoboth, a witness saw "three chemtrails, two of them close to the horizon at 10,000 feet and the third very high at 30,000 feet."

In Attleboro, at 11:30 a.m., Joe Trainor observed "three chemtrails over Pleasant Street. Two crossed and made an X over the Massachusetts International Brotherhood of Police (IBPO)union hall in the shopping plaza at Pleasant and Forest Streets. The third was located about two miles to the north, running from east to west at about 10,000 feet."

At 5 p.m., WPRO-TV Channel 12 News reported that the Comcast Building in New Bedford, Mass., about 25 miles to the southeast, was evacuated at 10:30 a.m. that morning. About 450 Comcast employees had to stand in the parking lot for 30 minutes while New Bedford firefighters investigated reports of "a weird and pungent smell or odor" in the cinderblock building. The cause of the odor was never explained. March 29, 2006 -- Black helicopters were seen by numerous witnesses, including teenagers at Seekonk High School. The helicopters were "flying at a low level over Ledge Road from Taunton Avenue (Route 44) to the Rumford Reservoir (on Newport Avenue--J.T., a distance of two miles. They also crossed over into Rhode Island on occasion. The helicopters' noise was very loud."

April 2, 2006 --One large chemtrail was seen over Fall River, just above the Brightman Street Bridge and the Taunton River. This sighting was at 2:30 p.m.

At 3 p.m., one chemtrail was sighted over Hornbine Road in Rehoboth, followed by "heavy military flight activity," according to Mary Lou Jones-Drown, "One every five minutes at 30,000 feet. One plane every five minutes."

April 3, 2006 -- Joe Trainor was in Attleboro at 10:30 a.m. when he saw "four chemtrails, all going from west to east. One was directly overhead on Pleasant Street. Another was a good mile away over North Main Street. The third was a mile to the southwest over Wilmarth Street. The fourth was just beyond that point--a truncated trail, very short, over the La Salette Roman Catholic shrine on Route 118."

At 1:30 p.m., witnesses saw "five to six chemtrails over Hornbine Road" in Rehoboth.

At 2:05 p.m., Mary Lou spotted "six chemtrails over Route 6 in Somerset, Mass." east of Swansea, all parallel, all going from west to east."

At 4 p.m., another witness on Hornbine Road saw "three chemtrails on the southern horizon over Route 6 in Swansea, near the Slate Ferry Bank."

TV/Radio/Press: Reports of "weird odors" on both Providence, R.I. television stations.


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