God news it's fixed!
Well guys stuff like this really bugs me so I dug into it as early as I could.
In doing a visual all the fuses and wiring looked good.
All the screws that ground the aluminum turn signal housing looked great.
I disconnected the turn signal switch plug at the bottom of the column and the front turn signal light and dash light still stayed on with the battery hooked up
The bulkhead connectors at the firewall seemed a little loose so I pulled them all, inspected, cleaned and reinstalled them with electrical grease.
Still no change.
I decided to check out the inside of the bulkhead connectors under the fuse panel.
I'm not sure of it's exact name but I discovered the larger gauge black wire located in the bulkhead connector closest to the master cylinder had over the years rubbed against a number of other wires and the black wire was exposed and grounding.
None of the wires appeared burnt or melted but some were sure twisted and rubbing around each other.
So I separated and inspected all the wires, covered the exposed parts of the black wire with electrical tape and made sure all the wires were playing nice with each other and reassembled everything.
Well that seemed to fix everything perfectly and it's back to normal.
That bump I hit on the freeway must have been enough to really ground that black wire to something.
I grabbed a fire extinguisher and took it for an hour ride and everything worked perfectly.
I assume that black wire is a ground and I will be keeping an close eye on it.
Thanks for all the advise it sure feels good to get things like this sorted.