Tests On Mysterious UFO Stun Scientists in Chile After Bizarre Eyewitness Reports
Article by Oli Smith October 4, 2019 (express.co.uk)
• On September 25th, residents of the port city of Dalcahue in southern Chile, South America, witnessed “bright red objects streaking across the sky” and falling to the ground, crashing at seven locations around the town. Local resident Bernardita Ojeda had one fireball land on her property where the flames ignited a few bushes. Witnesses say that there was no noise associated with the impacts, nor did anyone actually witness the crash-landings. (see 2:52 minute video below)
• Scientists initially believed these objects to be meteors. But after examining the seven sites where the ‘fireballs’ silently scorched the Earth, officials and geologists from Chile’s National Geology and Mining Service ruled out meteors and have confirmed that these ‘fireballs’ were “not natural”. The report concludes that scientists “found no remains, vestiges or evidence of a meteorite” left behind by the “luminous and incandescent” objects. (see here for official NGMS report)
• Some experts suggest that the fiery objects could have been pieces of space debris from satellites. Others have pointed to eyewitness reports to suggest an extraterrestrial source. Astronomer Jonathan McDowell of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics tweeted that since there were no obvious space debris candidates, it must have been meteorites.
• [Editor’s Note] Is this further proof of a space battle between the Deep State’s secret space program and the Alliance SSP being waged above the Earth?
Chilean officials are investigating several bizarre burning objects that crashed into the country last week. At the time, many scientists claimed the objects had been meteors. However, officials have now confirmed the fireballs that hit Earth were “not natural” and have ruled out meteors.
Last week, residents of Dalcahue, a port city on the southern island of Chile, took to social media with reports of the unidentified flying objects.
Some posted photos of the phenomenon, as the “fireballs” reportedly crashed at a number of locations around the town.
They were described by witnesses as “bright red objects streaking across the sky”.
Geologists from Chile’s National Geology and Mining Service soon arrived to examine the seven sites that had been scorched by the mysterious UFOs.
Bizarrely, locals told the geological teams said they not heard any noises associated with the impacts, nor did anyone witness the crash-landings themselves.The scientists just released a report confirming that the sites did not hold any evidence of a fallen meteorite.
2:52 minute video on falling space debris over Chili (‘The Cosmos News’ YouTube)
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