posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 08:18 PM
Originally posted by theabsolutetruth
''supersonic typhoon to rescue a helicopter (presumably with radio) that pressed an emergency button''....wouldn't it be a better idea to radio
the helicopter first?
The chasing something sounds more likely. If it was even a sonic boom at all. The light flash from the realtime video a guy who was filming the
weather is something I would like to see. I was maybe channel 4 news or bbc, isn't on youtube ...yet.
Escorting is more like it. I had this same thing happen a few years ago on the West Coast of Florida!! We get the space shuttle flying directly over
us when it comes back to Kennedy and that is the loudest sonic boom I have ever heard till one night.
One night I was talking to a friend who live a half hour north of me and then two massive booms rocked my house so bad I thought the sliding glass
doors were going to jump out of their tracks and break. I said what the hell? My friend said what and then holy shat as it hit him. I turned on the TV
to see the news and they quickly came on saying people as far as Crystal River and north have called in to see if we had an earthquake.
Not to long and McDill AFB 30 miles or more to the south of me came on and claimed it was two Navy F-18s flying in from the south that made all that
noise witch is impossible. They had a video of them flying over Sarasota and they were not flying fast.
By the end of the night people over a hundred miles from me to the north had called into the news station. I am sorry but if the planes came in and
landed 30 miles to the south of me that could never happen.
The only conclusion is, we have a real bad ass plane they had probably been testing or making a run over Cuba and then used the F-18s as a cover
story. What ever it was (Auroa) flew right up the west coast of Florida and probably landed at Elgin AFB in the Panhandle. They have a very long
runway and it is hidden by lots of trees from the hi-way. They had row after row of F-111's there one day I drove by in the late 80's.
That was the loudest set of sonic booms I have ever heard or felt as it shook the ground and the whole house.