Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Halo Appears Above Mile High Stadium During Broncos vs. Steelers Game - Jan. 8, 2012

Video taped by fans at the Broncos vs. Steelers Game. Jan 8, 2012

"Let's all try to be calm and rational about this. In addition to Tim Tebow throwing 316 yards in the Broncos' upset over the Steelers (Tebow painted Bible verse John 3:16 under his eyes in college) and fans replacing "Tebow" with "Jesus" on their jerseys, apparently a halo-like smoke ring formed over Mile High yesterday after the Broncos scored their first field goal.

Mark Neuman-Lee, an attendee of the Steelers/Broncos game and photographer of the "Mile High Halo," tells HuffPost he'd never seen the ring prior to yesterday's NFL upset. Two season pass ticket-holders also told HuffPost the halo seems to be an anomaly. At the time of publication, a request for comment from the Broncos was not immediately returned."
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Bathtub said...

It's most likely to be a vortex in an aircraft contrail caused by something called the Crow Instability. See:

Anonymous said...

I was thinking if the staduim had fireworks going off around the entire top shelf the smoke rising would be that of a circular shape. Like those dumb ufo reports from that theme park with the volcano ride in Virginia. Same type of scenario if their was in fact fireworks!

Anonymous said...

when he zooms in there is a black object near it. i heard somewhere that when a craft goes super super sonic it can leave a ring behind

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