Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Astronomer Remains Mystified By UFO He Captured On Video; Object Sighted in 3 States


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UFO Over Virgie, Kentucky (Edt 400 px) - Oct, 2012



By Whitney Burks
www.wkyt.com
10-23-12

     VIRGIE, Ky. (WYMT) - An object spotted in the sky by several people across Pike County last week has still not been identified. One local astronomer captured pictures and video of it through his telescope.

No one seems to know.

"It wasn't anything I recognized. Definitely not an airplane, and I've never seen a helicopter that looked like that," said Allen Epling.

Sightings of the object have been reported in Kentucky, Virginia, and Tennessee, but it has yet to be identified.

Epling says even with his background in astronomy, it is unlike anything he has ever seen.

"Looked like two fluorescent bulbs, side by side, parallel, shining very brightly. It would get so bright they would seem to merge, and you could see it very clearly with the naked eye. Then it would dim down almost invisible," he said.

Even stranger, the object barely moved. It hovered in the same area for more than two hours.

"I don't understand how it could stay up there in one place. There was no sign of propellers or any kind of proportion system. No gas is coming out," said Epling. . . .
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3 comments :

  1. Could it be a DHS blimp? Google about, their spying on people, on preppers & militias

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  2. well, that was dissapointing, i clicked the video link to view your video. i got a commercial. im pretty sick of all the commercials on youtube, now on private sites. im going to pass on your offering. thank you.

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  3. It may well be an example of an unknown technology from another world but unfortunately it looks exactly like a paperclip mounted across the wide part of a strip of sellotape to me hence possibly why the ends don't seem to dazzle in the light.

    I wouldn't be surprised though if Mr Epling subsequently reveals he wasn't so much hoaxing anyone as mounting an astronomer's campaign to alert people to how easy it is to misinterpret familiar things witnessed in unfamiliar ways.

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