‘UFO’ Appears to Drop Fireballs Near Military Base
Article by Lottie Tiplady-Bishop December 11, 2019 (thesun.co.uk)
• On a recent cloudy night, Kerri Burnett and her fiancé, Doug Maier, were “plane spotting” Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix. “Regular planes had been flying by, since we can see the flight path for the airport,” said Burnett. “All of a sudden I saw this bright glowing orange light. I thought it was a planet or a star at first and then I realized ‘oh that’s close and it’s moving towards us’.”
• Burnett and Maier watched the mysterious orange orbs, when suddenly, “Boom! It started dropping what looked like orange fireballs or something that travelled for a few seconds before they faded out and disappeared,” said Burnett. (see 7:46 minute video below) The couple says the lights disappeared after a while, but there is still no explanation.
• They wondered if it could be parachute flares in training exercises at a nearby military base. A local news team reached out to air force and aviation officials who said the footage was “inconclusive.” The police had no answers. Burnett said, “If it was a bright headlight from a plane, how come I [couldn’t] see the red and blue lights or hear any type of aircraft noise?” And a drone that high would have to be huge. She insists it must be alien craft.
Kerri Burnett and her fiancé, Doug Maier spotted the mysterious orange orbs while plane spotting at Sky Harbor airport, Phoenix.
But reaching out to local military bases have just left them with more questions.
Kerri, 42, said: “It was a cloudy night and had drizzled off and on.
“Regular planes had been flying by, since we can see the flight path for the airport. All of a sudden I saw this bright glowing orange light.
“I thought it was a planet or a star at first and then I realised oh that’s close and it’s moving towards us.
“Then ‘boom’ it started dropping what looked like orange fireballs or something that travelled for a few seconds before they faded out and disappeared.”
7:46 minute video of lights hovering over Mesa, Arizona (‘willease’ YouTube)
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