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Aug 8 2009 Arlington Texas UFO - A MASSIVE coverup

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posted on Dec, 15 2009 @ 09:41 PM
It certainly looks like a UFO type object, however I have seen this sort of thing a lot where I live (not UFO shaped) when hauling pieces of large machinery and such. Always escorted by a few vans and police.

The fact that it was not covered is what makes me think that's all this is. Its not like being out in the open will make it seem "less obvious" there are trucks with tarped goods on them all over the interstates, nobody thinks twice about it.

posted on Dec, 15 2009 @ 09:45 PM
are u suer that theyre not just making a film???

posted on Dec, 15 2009 @ 11:28 PM

Originally posted by PsykoOps
Doesn't want to be ID't but then goes to give detail that he was 8 year veteran, on duty, called into cell phone and has family etc?

Because he's single, was called in from off duty and has been there 5 years.

Can't be verified, that is the trouble with it being anonymous.

posted on Dec, 15 2009 @ 11:40 PM
reply to post by fleabit

Fair comments but exactly what kind of stories would you expect and where ?

I mean if it was transported in the fashion described you might not be talking about many people and ones that were stopped then what, they were stopped from entering by police vehicles for a short while. I wouldn't have thought that would be worth mentioning to the wife when you got home let alone appear as a story anywhere.

Wouldn't most just have assumed OJ was out for a drive again ?

posted on Dec, 15 2009 @ 11:48 PM
This is an excellent read. I hope you manage to get a hold of him and possibly learn more.

If true, this is amazing.

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:00 AM

checkout the videos before they remove them hurry, one was already removed.

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:01 AM
Why would they attract so much attention when they could load it onto a flatbed, cover it up and drive down the highway like thousands of other trucks do on a daily basis. Makes no sense

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:03 AM
To answer the F-35 questions, the Lightning II is assembled in Fort Worth. They bring the various parts in by train or truck to the factory, where they are put together. This isn`t the only one to do this. I met a truck driver once back when I was driving, that once a week went from LA to St Louis hauling the fuselage, including tails of a brand new F/A-18.
As for the recessed bit that was brought up, the F-35B is the STOVL version. It has a lift fan in the forward fuselage, and the exhaust rotates down to the vertical position. That recessed part identifies this as most likely a B model fuselage center fuselage section.

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:27 AM
reply to post by Nichiren

Originally posted by Nichiren
Why would they attract so much attention when they could load it onto a flatbed, cover it up and drive down the highway like thousands of other trucks do on a daily basis. Makes no sense

I find it odd that they would not opt to cover it with a tarp or some type of canvas, but if time was indeed of the utmost urgency, perhaps it was decided that they needed to move it then and there, or perhaps if the object was very hot as is could be indicated by the smoldering sulfur smell, maybe it would have burned through.

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:32 AM
Good coverage mate. Soon enough though, it will be awefully hard to keep this secretive.

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:48 AM
reply to post by Chuck C

There is no tarp because the whole operation was done in a hurry and they had no time to mess with it. They had the cover of dark and they just went with what they had.

If you read the article you will see where that issue is talked about.

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:57 AM
reply to post by ^anubis^

Those videos are from MAY.. this occurred in August..

There was one video posted about THIS event and it was removed for
"terms of use violation"

They are trying to cover this up. The operation was pulled together in a hurry, they had to use local police as escorts because there was no time to bring in military. We are looking at another Roswell.

The radio station in Dallas that got calls about it and aired them, later denied they ever got any calls and the recordings were removed.

This is a full scale coverup.. the trail is not totally cold since it was only in August of this year.

Anyone who is in the Dallas area or knows people in the Dallas areas should try to find anyone who knows anything about that night.

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:59 AM
If possibly dozens of cars were pulled over and asked to move out of the way in our city (Denver), it would be news. Especially in that manner. That NO one has reported the weirdness of being pulled over for no good reason reeks.

And of course.. there is the PICTURES. With the flatbed.. and CIVILIAN cars.. one which took a picture. NO police vehicles in sight. If the story is true, why are these cars not pulled over and off the highway? Utterly miserable performance, if these were the cars they were supposed to be stopping, don't you think?

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 01:01 AM
when this first happened, I took the photo and spent some time trying to get the best possible form from the picture.
here ya go..
I personally felt this looked a tad like the Japan Airlines Flight 1628 when it first came out. I've never fully came to a closed judgment on the matter..


posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 01:13 AM
I bet they're just testing their operation procedures to see who is the bigmouth and can't be trusted or what kind of ruckus they would stir up if this kind of thing did ever really happen.
A tarp covering would be a simple disguise for anything like this cargo and there is no reason not to use one. Conspicuous by its absence if you ask me.
I f it was still hot and smoldering why not use a helicopter for transport
Did anybody do any radiation tests of the area. You would probably get higher readings even now if you could trest that stretch of the road

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 01:20 AM
It would make sense to close the freeway it was a fuselage of a new top secret plane. But to go through all that trouble and not cover it seems strange.

I also think the officer's would have been briefed on what it was they where transporting...Its not like the F-35 is a big secret anymore.

Furthermore, why all the black ops? No....something happened that night and needed to be dealt with quick. A crash of a military jet would have some kind of daylight investigation.

I think we are messing around with some back engineered technology that we have not quite figured out yet. I find it hard to believe there have been so many UFO crashes here on Earth....maybe one or two and that's it, lately UFOs are crashing more frequent than our airliners LOL, I don't buy it.

I do believe we are being visited....but not as much as everyone would like. My one and only sighting was over 30 years ago...I would give my left nut to see now what I did then...I sure in the hell wouldn't turn away scared like I did.

Oh well...maybe one day we all will have the pleasure of seeing something spectacular, until then I guess Ill look closer at all the flatbeds on the freeway.

[edit on 16-12-2009 by lee63]

[edit on 16-12-2009 by lee63]

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 01:45 AM
If this officer did not want to be identified, he would not:

1) meet at his home with you (a relative stranger)

2) exchange email conversations with you (a relative stranger)

3) say he was only one of four officers responsible for keeping the ramps on I-20 clear

This officer felt comfortable enough with you to meet him at his home, but not comfortable enough to give you his phone number for follow up contact? Have you tried going back to his place of residence to speak with him again? Why continue to email him when you know where he lives?

Why would this guy put his job or even his life on the line by trusting a virtual stranger without taking the proper precautions to cover his rear end, which is something cops know how to do very well.

I also do not buy the story of using local police because the military was on a coffee break (it must be done quickly). The military has more than enough resources to arrive at a scene quickly and complete the operation. Do you really think they are going to alert a bunch of officers with this type of operation?

And one more thing, couldn't you guys have gone for a drive or something to complete the interview once his family arrived home? Why would he take the risk of communicating and meeting with you again when the entire interview could have been completed in one shot?

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 01:46 AM
reply to post by expat2368

I think I vaguely remember something about a radar plane being transported

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 01:51 AM

Originally posted by reject
reply to post by expat2368

I think I vaguely remember something about a radar plane being transported

Is that a reason to close the freeway...seems pretty odd to me.

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 01:57 AM
At least one radio station, 97.9 The Beat - Call Letters KBFB, did in fact go live with caller input about the incident. (As I understand, the station now denies it ever aired anything about the event)

This one has been getting some press. It’s allegedly pictures of a UFO on the back of an 18-wheeler going down I-20. A man called the local radio station 97.9 the Beat, claiming that he took the pics and there were several government cars following the flatbed which was carrying the massive UFO.

Police escorts were forcing people to exit and shutting down ramps getting onto the highway. It actually looks real, but of course the pics are blurry as hell and hard to see.

It’s easy to declare as fake at first glance, but it starts getting fishy when you take into account that the radio station has been told not to replay the audio, and their email system has allegedly gone automatic. Government intervention? Who knows these days.

The pics first appeared on Twitter and have been generating quite a stir. Is it so crazy to think the government is transporting a UFO down a highway on a flatbed.

Many people have even stated that they believe this could be a prop. Okay... maybe. BUT... props are typically moved in stages, and are not guarded by unmarked black Tahoes and Hummers accompanied by Dallas Police Department. Also not in the middle of the night.

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