Saturday, October 04, 2008

UFO Lights In Washington D.C. on Live Broadcast October 3rd - 1952 again? ?

Guys some weird objects were seen yesterday during a live BBC broadcast from Washington D.C on October the 3rd.
Some people said it was a CGi but then other recordings of the same live broadcast poped up all over the net. It may be a reflection so not sure yet. Is it a sign of whats to come on October the 14 ? Who knows, but this all brings back memories of the important post i did on the 1952 event when Ufos were seen and verified by radar over Washington DC (below).
What's your thoughts

The last time Ufos were seen over washington 1952:

More on the amazing 1952 ufo event:

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Where are all the other videos of this broadcast on the web please? I cannot find any. :(

Anonymous said...

I don't buy it. If that legitimately happened, more people that saw it would be talking. And more videos would be online. Plus, it's easily faked.

Anonymous said...

Those are aircraft. Two are blinking at a very regular rate. They are all probably lined up for approach. At the right angle they would look like they are standing still. I've seen it plenty of times before.

Anonymous said...

Washington DC has been in the middle of a major UFO wave since 1998. In 2002 the news reported that jet fighters out of Andrews Air Force base were scrambled and chased a Blue light/UFO until it disappeared from sight and all radar screens. Also in 2003 and 2005 the White House and the US Capitol were both evacuated because Radar at Reagan National, Dulles International Airport and Andrews Air Force base all indicated UFO's in Virginia were Heading into restricted air space around Washington DC. Again, fighter jets were scrambled, eye contact was made until the UFO's abruptly accelerated out of site and from radar. UFO sightings continue to be reported in Washington DC so I'm not at all surprised that from all the press coverage Washington DC receives that a news broadcast picked up a UFO in Washington DC. I'm surprised it didn't happen sooner.
Keep your eyes to the sky.