A mass of chemtrails over west Oxford, England 27th September 2001. The skies were littered with chemtrails for weeks. I have never seen them over Oxford before. The night sky was especially plastered.
Correspondents from Oxford report that many people are suffering recurrent bouts of flu this winter 2001/2002.
Just because it's night time the chemtrails don't stop coming.
West of Oxford 14th March 2005
South Oxfordshire 14th November 2006
Alternatively, if you want to see chemtrails, you can just stick your head out the window these days - in most places.
En-route to London, flying over Rotterdam, in the Netherlands, my attention was drawn by another passenger to a very fast-flying, blue and white jet that passed very close to us on our port side and at the same altitude. I only caught the back of the plane as it flew up and away in the opposite direction emitting a dense white cloud. I reached for my camera in the bag under the seat but by then the plane was completely out of sight. I noticed a chemtrail at our level but much further away than the plane had been. Now watching out of the window I took several photographs before spotting another jet approaching us, but higher. This aircraft was red and white and it was laying a chemtrail. The angle was very tight from where I was sitting but I was satified that I had filmed it. Unfortunately I was disappointed when I viewed the shots when I downloaded them onto a computer - but there may be some puzzling features.
Photographs in sequence:
On the far left of the first four photographs below the white slashes should be the spraying aeroplane. Speed may have distorted it? At the top of the next photograph are what look like discs. They could be ice, or pitting, on the window but how come they don't appear in any other of the photographs?