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On Saturday, September 8, 2007, 49-year-old Ruud Schmidt was camping for the weekend with his family in Petten, Holland, when Ruud and his wife saw an object in the sky that reminded them of a “spider” and he took twelve photographs with his Nikon camera. He waited until now to release them into the public for feedback.
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In the early morning of mid-December 2001, “David Smith” had gone deer hunting in southern Ohio. But what he encountered has haunted his life since. First was a bizarre noise, then a beam containing snow melt droplets rising into a ring-shaped craft with three long antennas. The ring craft, or dragonfly drone, began to spin rapidly in complete silence. The hunter found himself waking up on the ground ten hours later, the soles of his leather boots completely melted.
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Another dragonfly aerial craft eyewitness has emerged – a sighting as recently as Monday, March 31, 2008. Her name is Cam and she lives in Scotts Valley, northwest of Capitola. Capitola is where another eyewitness, “Rajman,” allegedly photographed the dragonfly drone above power lines a year ago on May 16, 2007. Cam’s sighting was at 10:15 AM onMonday, March 31, 2008, when she was working in her kitchen while her boyfriend, Geoff, was doing yard work outside.
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A June 2003 dragonfly-shaped aerial “drone” report from Hartshorne, Oklahoma, and November 2007 aerial “drone” report from Van Buren, Arkansas. In May to June 2007, Earthfiles reported eyewitness accounts about the dragonfly-shaped aerial “drones,” which spanned a time line from 1987 to current day. But, no one knows their source or mission.
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On Monday, June 25th, 2007, six miles from Maxwell AFB and its Gunter AFB Annex in Montgomery, Alabama, was another dragonfly drone encounter. The eyewitness is a long-time technical specialist in security, educated about infrared frequency technologies and normal human aviation. Because his work is highly sensitive, he has asked that I not use his actual name. It all began around 5:45 AM while he was on duty in his security work that involves 32 infrared cameras.