Brad Wynyard of Tikipunga, Whangarei went out with a friend to view aerosol trails on the morning of the 26th of June, 2013, only to see what he described as two large objects, that looked like sheets of black plastic, falling from the sky. He took photos from some distance away, part of one of which is shown immediately below.
He said he only became aware of chemtrails/geoengineering in mid-June this year and had contacted me that morning to ask if the lingering white trail in the sky he was seeing over Whangarei was a chemtrail. There were a number of aerosol trails visible that morning and there was a white haze in the sky – a product of aerosol trails that had dispersed.
He phoned again later that morning and said that he had gone to a good vantage point with someone else to view the sky and while he was up there, he witnessed what looked like two large peices of black plastic falling from the sky from a high altitude, one which he believed had fallen in the Otangarei region and the other, Kiripaka. He hypothesized that they may provide some evidence related to aerosol operations and so contacted the Northern Advocate and RadioLive to offer a $100 reward to anyone who could locate one of them.
The Northern Advocate published the following article on July 2, 2013 on page 6. While the article mentions that Brad referred to the trails as “vapour trails” during the Advocate interview, he advised me that he believed the trails he saw were chemtrails. He did not mention the word chemtrails because he said that when he contacted a local radio station and mentioned the word “chemtrails,” he was told the story was too controversial to talk about on air.
Thus far, no one has come forward with either of the two peices and while Mr Wynyard says he spent about 8 hours looking for the items on the weekend of the 29-30 of June, he could not locate either of them.