Blame it on chemtrails


Every six months or so, we'll get calls or receive packages here at the Indy pertaining to an array of what is most easily categorized as conspiracy theories — folks urging us to investigate everything from the paranormal to the seemingly paranoid.  

Around five years or so ago, I recall a thick stack of paper mostly concerned with the Illuminati, but also making many implications around the secret symbolism of area landmarks and military installations. Of course you've got the occasional UFO or alien-themed reach-out as well. 

But this morning, I took a call from a concerned citizen who was at the time down in Ivywild, urging me to go outside and look up in the sky, not for an unidentified flying object, but for the easily identified and quite controversial chemtrails

Cue Alex Jones link here. Or disinformation link here

A look Southward around 9:30 a.m. this morning: chemtrails galore! - MATTHEW SCHNIPER
  • Matthew Schniper
  • A look Southward around 9:30 a.m. this morning: chemtrails galore!

As you can see, I indulged the gentleman by snapping a quick photo from outside of our offices. Yeah, it's a pretty busy sky, whatever you make of it. 

If anyone has his or her own theory behind these supposedly sinister streaks, feel free to post it as a comment to this posting. 

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