reply to post by Timmerman421
Or we could go with the simple answer, you saw an alien aircraft flying over head.
In responce to the secret aircraft excuse:
Take the Battle of Los Angeles for example, in 1942. People saw up to 25 silvery UFO’s over the city that night. One of them, either having trouble
or playing Guinea Pig to test air defenses, hung in the air for an extended length of time. Balloons and dirigibles are among the easiest things in
the air to destroy, so we can count that out because not only did the UFO change directions and go against the wind, but this UFO was fired upon over
and over and took multiple hits while over the city. Unlike a balloon which would have been shredded, none of the hits brought it down. Infact it came
back again to offer more target practice. So here we have an aircraft that can withstand antiaircraft fire and fly slow enough to take all the recon
photos one could want and maybe the option to deliver pin point bombing.
Or how about Mount Rainer, 1947, where nine flying saucers were clocked doing 1,800 miles an hour. Even at Arnold’s toned down 1,200 mph that is
still much faster than anything the US had flying at the time.
If these were American secret aircraft, what happened to them? If you look at saucer sightings from the 40’s you will find saucer technology that
can hover in place and take off at terrific speeds, all without making much of a sound.
Have you seen a car from the 1940’s? Do you realize how old, slow and ungainly they look compared to what is driven today? Where are these military
aircraft that could hover silently as well as travel at a thousand miles an hour? Where are they today? What museum are they in? What are their names
and numbers? Where are the missing hot shot pilots who flew them?
Or have these saucers been updated like the B52? Would the military really put tons of money into updating a design from the 1940’s? If so, why does
the military fly junk like the Nighthawk and B2 when in the 40’s they were flying saucers that were much superior to both? Why spend millions of
dollars to fly a stealth fighter when a 40’s saucer could fly circles around it?
Neither the Nighthawk, the Blackbird, or the U2 have UFO flight characteristics and cannot account for UFO sightings. But like the Aurora [named after
the 1897 UFO crash], the US military does have secret aircraft, but all of these aircraft are alien tech, taken from the saucer crashes of the 40’s,
50’s and 60’s. Those saucers seen flying in the skies 70 years ago were being flown by beings from another planet.
So let’s cut the bull honkey talk about secret military craft being responsible for all saucers/cigar/triangle/boomerang sightings.