Here’s a good story about a supposed triangular UFO moving at high speed over the skies of Dublin, Ireland. You can click here and see the video and pictures as well as read the story.
This is an interesting story that shows how a UFO incident is born, investigated, and then put on the shelf.
According to the story from the CBC, residents of the rural community there observed several objects emitting exhaust trails. The objects reportedly made no noise but were clearly visible and one or more alert citizens took photographs of said objects.
When they reported the incident to the RCMP ( Royal Canadian Mounted Police ), the matter went up the chain to the Ministry of Defence who stated that they knew what the objects were but declined to disclose that information to the public.
See, that’s the stages of the ‘unidentified’ part of the designation ‘unidentified flying object’. One sees something flying and cannot identify it and inquires to the authorities and press to see if someone can. In this case, only one step of this process, the military states they can identify the flying object but refuses to provide data to validate their claim.
Thus for all intents and purposes it remains as unidentified.
According to this story, NASA and other space officials are bewildered regarding an object that will speed past Earth on Wednesday January 13, 2010.
The object won’t hit Earth but it’s presence confounds the experts.
This has the ingredients of a panic attack story as it is on the 13th of a month and it is a mysterious object in outer space.
Just keep your shirts on and don’t fall for any doomsday shenanigans folks.
Here’s a news story with video and pictures of a series of red lights seen and reported by residents of San Diego, California.
In recent years such sightings are dismissed as the use of Chinese Lanterns which are small hot air balloon type celebratory decorations that float in the air up to half a mile high and can burn for 20 minutes staying illuminated.
As you’ll note in the story, these lanterns are singular objects and some of the objects reported might fit that description but there are still some questions left.
My biggest concern is that these floating lanterns require a candle to illuminate and send the balloon aloft.
Can anyone say, FIRE HAZARD???