Mystery Object Falls From Sky, Area Sealed Off By Military

Mystery object falls from sky, area sealed off by military: 'Weather balloon', say officials..

Simply nobody will be giving any credence to officials in America who have stated that a mystery object which fell from the sky this week, after which the surrounding area was evacuated and sealed off for some time by police and military personnel, was just a "weather balloon".



Reportedly, large numbers of government operatives from various agencies converged urgently on a residential neighbourhood in Norfolk, Virginia, on Tuesday night after an unidentified object fell from the sky there. 

News reports describe the object as "something odd", with some eyewitness accounts saying it resembled a balloon and others suggesting that the crash landed artifact had a structure similar to "styrofoam". According to local TV news:





















One person told authorities it was making a strange noise.

People living and working in the immediate area were rapidly evacuated and the district was sealed off by a combination of police and military personnel. The presence of operatives from shadowy federal agencies in overall charge of the incident was - of course - not mentioned by spokesmen briefing the media.




However it was revealed that initial contact with the landed object was handled using a robot. Following this there was consultation with experts from NASA.

Not long thereafter the mystery object from the sky was apparently loaded onto an unidentified government vehicle and removed from the scene. Subsequently local residents were permitted to return to their homes and the military and police contingents dispersed.

An official spokesman, Battalion Chief Julian Williamson, then briefed reporters, saying that "investigators made contact with the package and determined it to be, a weather balloon".

He also urged anyone finding or seeing any other such objects or happenings:

"Do not investigate on your own. Just call the authorities."





16 comments:

  1. Looks more like a mysterious photoshop.

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  2. Weather balloon?!? No way, we are not stupid enough to buy that explanation

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  3. If that top picture is supposed to be the subject mentioned, it looks like a poorly done photoshop with the lack of dirt turned up in the area.

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  4. ADG... you know probably the reptilian reporter hissing on his neighbor

    http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message2310580/pg1

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  5. oh wait you see the object falls at whatever speed and you dont see a broken tree or crash site or dirty road jajaajaja im a believer but this one is one of hell Photoshop pic

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  6. Jesus Christ. It so obviously is NOT a photoshopped picture at the top.

    Anyone who says it is is a waste of a life force.

    That doesn't mean I think it is a real UFO.

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  7. Those Styrofoam boxes are part of an electronics package that are sent up every single day in a large balloon filled with hydrogen gas by the national weather service. I used to work with them and clearly recognize the box, they shouldn't have handled it so suspiciously or used a robot to pick it up.... I recognize the box in this photo, no big deal.

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  8. You bated us in with the photo of a aluminum replica of a UFO while the story is about a UK Version of a National Weather Service or FAA electronics package from a balloon. I used to work with those, so silly that several agencies converged on it and handled it with a robot.. The Strofoam box contains a small transmitter, battery, pressure altitude sensing device and temperature probe.... all very small and fairly cheap. These are sent up every day all over the planet to get temperature and pressure readings at different altitudes. Once the balloon gets too high, well above where they continue to get data from it, it expands to a size that makes the rubber too thin and then bursts, the box falling to earth where ever it falls, the electronics box is disposable.

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  9. I work with Photoshop and this image/story is an insult to anyone who takes the exploration and study of UFOs seriously....what kind of site is this anyway....what a sham....why would anybody waste their time and efforts on nonsense and dis-information... :-(

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  10. I say again. Photoshop has absolutely sod all to do with this article. Only a gobshite would say it does.

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  11. To że balon, to to samo i takie same zdjęcia jakie były serwowane w Roswell w 1947 roku

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  12. The fact that the balloon is the same and the same pictures that were served at Roswell in 1947

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  13. Its a metallic plate full of bull shit. We see them all the time.

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  14. I live close to Norfolk VA... this week I saw a lot of black helicopters and unmarked white airplanes flying low at great speeds! I was wondering what is happening... maybe there is a connection

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  15. The top pic is called 'the crashed UFO' in Santa Fe, if you want to find it then look near the river that goes between Disneyland Hotel Santa Fe and the Disneyland Hotel Cheyenne.
    It's a tourist attraction!! (and I am from Australia, don't you guys know your own country????)

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  16. When I worked at the local space an science center I watched a couple weather balloon launch and this looks just like one. It's an insulated cube filled with monitoring equipment, cameras, and whatever else it need depending on what it's moderating. Not a huge surprise if it was making noise, looked kind of damaged. If the government was the one to send it up of course they want it back. I think people just hear the word weather boon and automatically think alians are involved somehow.

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