The Disappearance of Ashley, Kansas: Part 2
All callers were advised to remain inside, and to not travel outside unless absolutely necessary. At eight, seventeen PM, Mrs. Elaine Kantor reported her neighbors, Mr., and Mrs. Milton, and their two children, Jeffery and Brooke, missing. According to Mrs. Kantor's phone call, the Miltons attempted to leave town in their family car earlier in the evening. They never returned. Law enforcement officials from Hays never reported the car, or individuals, coming up the one way road.
At seven, thirty-eight AM on the morning of August tenth, nineteen fifty-twp, phone calls from Ashley into the Hays Police Station reported that the town was in total darkness. The sun had never risen. At ten, fifteen AM, at the request of Hays Law Enforcement, a helicopter from Topeka, Kansas flew over the region in which Ashley, Kansas stood. The town was never observed from the air. At twelve, forty-three PM on the afternoon of August eleventh, nineteen fifty-two, Ms. Phoebe Danielewski called into the Hays Police Station.
She reported that her daughter Erica had begun to have conversations with her father, who had died three years prior in a drunk driving accident. To add to her concern, Ms. Danielewski reported that Erica was attempting to go outside into the dark, to "join them." Over the course of the next twelve hours, a reported three hundred and twenty-nine phone calls were placed into the Hays Police Station all describing similar phenomenon with the children of the town. The following morning of August twelfth, nineteen fifty-two, the situation became dire. During the middle of the night, all two hundred and seventeen children in the town of Ashley, Kansas disappeared without a trace.
A reported total number of four hundred and twenty-four phone calls were placed into the Hays Police Department. Unable to be of any useful assistance, Hays Law Enforcement instructed all callers to remain inside and to avoid any and all attempts at finding the missing children. At five, nineteen PM on the evening of August thirteenth, nineteen fifty-two, Ashley elderly man Scott Luntz reported a growing, distant fire to the south. According to his description, the fire seemed to turn the distant black into "bright red and orange that seemed to extend high into the sky." Throughout the rest of the day, calls continued in, stating that the fire, in addition to moving north, now seemed to "come out of the black sky."
No fire was ever witnessed by any of the neighboring communities or law enforcement officials. The reports continued until 12:09 AM on the morning of August fourteenth, nineteenth fifty-two. The last phone call, placed by a Mr. Benjamin Endicott, reported that the fire in the sky had grown so intense that it began to appear as daytime over the town. The, phone call ended abruptly. "Can you see anything in the fire?" the police officer asked as he talks to Benjamin on the other end of the phone.
"Just hold on, wait," Benjamin replied as he went to check out the fire. "Yeah, I see something, it looks like," Benjamin began. However, that's, when the phone call ended abruptly, and the Hays police department were still no closer to figuring out what was going on in the small town of Ashley, Kansas. All they knew was that something strange was going on in the small town of Ashley, Kansas. The question was what was going on and why?
Here's the next part, tell me what you think, and what do you think is going on in the small town of Ashley, Kansas right now, share your thoughts and theories please!