Letter to the Editor: Chemtrails over Oxford, Leicestershire and Yet More Spreading Towards an English Conservation Area
A reader has written that on the same day as chemtrails were seen over Shropshire and Worcestershire, 18 May, his daughter witnessed chemtrails in the sky over Oxford.
Another reader writes that on 30 April, the skies over the rural English county of Shropshire were littered with white trails. “On this particular morning, I was struck by the number of trails such that I went inside for the camera,” he said.
And a third The Exposé reader from Leicestershire writes to tell us: “This is something I’ve been aware of and looking into for a few years now.”
To The Exposé,
More Chemtrails on 18 May 2022
My daughter, who lives in Oxford, sent me chemtrail pics which were taken on the same day as those you highlight in the letter you published – May 18th, I believe. We had previously exchanged similar pictures a few times over the course of this year.
It all started when I noticed what looked like crisscrossing chemtrails in the sky, several months earlier, over my house in Widnes, Cheshire – I suspected them to be chemtrails because they looked exactly like the ones I had seen in US internet videos in the past. I took pictures of them using my phone and sent them to my daughter in Oxford. She went outside her own house, saw exactly the same thing, and sent back her own pictures to me within minutes. Her own sky was worse than mine!
So, these chemtrails were being spread 250 miles apart, at exactly the same time, and on the same day. Like myself, she had never noticed this phenomenon in the sky previously until I pointed it out. Our pictures were always taken pretty early in the morning, so I suspect the spraying takes place before dawn when no one can witness it happening.
I hope you find this of interest. If you need further information, I will try to supply it.
Have a great day and good luck with The Exposé!
250 Miles Apart, Cheshire, England
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