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Mystery boom, lights near Kokomo
INDIANAPOLIS – Loud booms and strings of flare-like lights that brightened the sky two nights in a row over north-central Indiana may have been F-16 fighter jets on training missions, an Indiana Air National Guard official said Thursday.
The booms shook houses in the Kokomo area about 10:30 p.m. Wednesday, frightening residents and prompting Howard County police to search for a downed aircraft, said Larry Smith, the county’s emergency management director.
Originally posted by WitnessFromAfar
Hello Frank! Thanks for the report
It may interest you to know that a group of ATS researchers live in Indiana, and are coordinating their investigation efforts in this thread:
I'll post a link there to your thread if one does not already exist
I was a witness to a strange sonic boom of unknown cause in San Diego.
I was the 'web-based conspiracy theorist' in question:
[Among bloggers and Web-based conspiracy theorists, one of the leading explanations for the San Diego disturbance is that the military is testing a top-secret spy plane called the Aurora, which supposedly can travel several times the speed of sound.
“Sir, I've never even heard of that plane before,” an Air Force spokeswoman in Virginia responded when asked about the possibility. ]Source:
The author of the news article in the Union Tribune, Alex Roth, was pretty much a jerk. He didn't really investigate the Aurora plane at all. And he was very rude, which is not a good trait in an investigative journalist, IMHO.
Anyway, I thought I'd share. Thanks for this report!