Thursday, December 04, 2008

New UFO Hunters Episode - Heartland Explosion in 2008

Late in the evening of April 16th, 2008, the tiny town of Kokomo, Indiana was rocked by an ear-piercing, high decibel boom. Houses shook. Thousands of panicked citizens called 911. Police, firefighters and Homeland Security showed up to investigate. And witnesses claimed to see strange orange balls of light in the sky attached to something they couldn't identify. The team heads to the heartland to unravel the clues behind the strange booms and menacing lights over the skies of Indiana, one of the most current UFO sightings in America:

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well, lets look at this logically. Without assuming to know anything about other intelligent beings, what we can say is this:

These lights are there for reasons of being noticed. That must be a fact. I mean, it could be aliens who don't have any "prime directive" with regards to other species and, frankly, could care less about being noticed in the sky, but my gut says, "Look at me look at me."

So, why would something put on a big light show?

My only conclusions are these:

a) Military alien invasion hoax.

b) Aliens who could care less about being discrete. We're literally watching them do flight coordination.

c) Actual aliens conducting experiments that monitor human reaction to exotic, unexplained phenomenon. Eg: If we display lights and they send a plane with rockets, they're a bit jumpy. If they quietly monitor, we may introduce ourselves sooner in the relative scheme of things.

"c" might seem bit much, but it's all I can conclude listening to the abundance of sightings.

Anonymous said...

Another thing about this is: Despite all the drama and climactic music.. it really could be a meteor.. the pop being the breaking of the sound barrier, which, btw is probably a lot louder than the one generated by an F 16.

Check out this clip of a metor in Alberta
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilzm8-O28Do

Around the 23 second mark, you see it break into distinctive amber pieces. Compared to the initial trajectory, it appears to lose considerable velocity and fall apart. Now, I'm not saying this UFO sighting from UFO Hunters is this, I'm just saying it's a possibility.