I could not isolate any anomaly in these parts of the video, the screen is just too dark. The anomaly that I did isolate is in this picture right here.
This picture is two frames before the one containing the anomaly, the frame between is too dark. I cannot see anything in this picture.
This picture is a zoomed in version of the anomaly…
The husband said that where ever these beings were, any exposed dirt and gravel ends up highly pulverized. The area also had the smell of ionized material, similar to the smell you get when you supercharge a magnet.
The only thing left behind was this strange footprint left in the alkaline bed… no normal human could make this impression when the ground is dry. This is the lower right hand corner of the collage.
No missing time was reported, no abductions were reported, but these strange lights in the sky and a hard to describe being encounter.
What is the MonDak?
Other than being the name of a Ghost Town located in Roosevelt County on the border of Montana and North Dakota, it is historically considered to be parts of Eastern Montana and Western North Dakota. On a map, the larger area is from a line North/South of Billings to Lewistown to Havre East to a line North/South of Bismarck to Minot. If the northern tier of “flyover country” could have a “flyover country”, the MonDak would be it… the area’s only really claims to fame is two of the top 5 of the largest reservoirs (Lake Sakakawea and Fort Peck) and the oil play known as the Bakken Formation. Most of the “population centers” in Western Montana and Eastern North Dakota only put up with this region is the vast amount of coal and oil reserves that bring revenue into the respective states.
MonDak Fortean Research was started in November 2015 by a Retired USAF member that lives in Eastern Montana. After a few paranormal experiences in his adult life, he decided to pursue the world of forteana, strange phenomena, unusual events or the unexplained such has crop circles, mutilated cattle and/or weird/interesting entities. Yes it is a broad net, but he refuses to “stovepipe” himself into one area of study.