I was setting on my patio at approx. 10:25 pm last night and saw the very bright whitish light coming from the west to the east, descending. There was NO trail, NO pieces falling off, just a very bright light. I waited for a few minutes listening for some type of sound or explosion, I never heard anything. Over the years, I have seen countless falling stars and meteors, they ALL have some type of trail, this DID NOT!!!
did anyone else see the orange pulsating lights in the sky shortly after the explosion. didn't look like a bunker explosion
cover up, I know what I saw!!!
Explain then why there are guys walking around out there right now in suits that you cant even see what they look like. bunker explosion my foot
I was getting out of the car to go into my job at Ron-pak on dougattaway Drive in shreveport, walked in checked on the time, the time was 9:28pm walked out the door to talk to a friend looked up saw a glowing fire read ball flying over the building crossing over red river headed iin the direction of medin thought it burned out right above tre line but maybe not .
at about 10:20 last night i was standing in my back yard. what appeared to be meteor came across the sky from the west and aseem to burn out over the airforce base or beyond. i live in south bossier
I think its a cover up. Lets recap. The explosion happened around 11:30pm Monday. 10 hours later authorities "confirm it was a bunker explosion" what explains the 10 hour delay? Its hard to believe there are no emergency protocols in place for Camp Minden to communicate with authorities immediately on disaster issues. What explains the bright orange glows that multiple witness saw in the sky and above the trees moments before? Something stinks here.
“Monday night at around 11:26 pm, a large explosion occurred to the southwest of Dixie Inn, in Webster Parish, approximately 4 miles southwest of Minden, or 28 miles east of Shreveport … in the borders of the Camp Minden Army ammunition plant,” the weather service said.
The Associated Press reported that at least 10 explosions rocked the bomb recycling plant in northwestern Louisiana, forcing the evacuation of at least 600 students from two schools and more than 400 prisoners from the Webster Parish jail.
The explosion was the second in recent weeks at Camp Minden, the former Louisiana Army Ammunition Plant that produced large-caliber ammunition for the military until it closed in 1994. Louisiana took the site over from the federal government last year and it is now occupied by several businesses. The Louisiana National Guard oversees the camp.
The National Weather Service captured images of the staggering explosion on its Doppler Radar system, explains a report posted online. “Based on radar analysis, the plume was initially as high as almost 7,200 feet above ground level.”
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saw the very bright whitish light coming from the west to the east, descending. There was NO trail, NO pieces falling off, just a very bright light. I waited for a few minutes listening for some type of sound or explosion, I never heard anything
Originally posted by loam
OK. Now I'm really confused:
...forcing the evacuation of at least 600 students from two schools...
And they reached 7,200 feet above ground level??? That's some serious mojo.
I saw the meteor/missile/space junk over Longview last night. I saw it well before 11:30. It was to the north of Longview headed east about 10:30. It was a good sized fireball with a tail.
AccuWeather's Jesse Ferrell pulled some 3D radar images from GRLevelX software this morning of the "mystery object." Above is a 3D image with the lower reflectivity colors transparent so you can see the most dense part of the object.
Here's the same with the 25dBZ reflectivity level outlined (meaning that the "hollow" part is >25dBZ).
Remember we're using the software to "smooth" the data here. The actual data looks like this: