posted on Dec, 25 2013 @ 02:55 AM
On mention of the pieces of metal commented on that were supposedly found at the site at the time, in addition to the mysterious lights, these led me
to the following:
Soviet Aircraft 1950 - 59
Out of these aircraft, which may have been deployed and active in the area, and out of those, which had capability to drop FLARES and CHAFF
I was invited to an air show once, and one of the jets that performed some very low only hundreds of feet high above runway flyby maneuvers was
supposedly an old Soviet Fighter jet.
Suffice to say, the whole event, that jet as well, was probably the loudest spectacle I've ever experienced. If it weren't for separation of
distance, I could claim a shuttle launch as being the loudest, but, in actual decibel proximity and loudness, the air show with the old Soviet Fighter
jet included was the loudest thing I've ever experienced.
Something like one of those jets making a low altitude overflight, dropping chaff, and flares (performing an exercise?), as well as triggering an
avalanche due the very real physically felt volume such jets can produce could account for the confusion caused (extremely loud events can have
psychological effect), the supposed metal found, the supposed spooky lights seen from a distance, as well as giving us an activator for an avalanche
event would give us a mundane and seemingly plausible explanation.
If anyone finds problems with this, then, please, by all means put them forward.