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UFO is Described as 'Blimp on Fire'

UFO over small Indiana town looked like 'blimp on fire'

By Roger Marsh
The Examiner

      Three Indiana witnesses at Mexico reported watching a slow moving object move overhead that looked like a "blimp on fire" about 11:09 p.m. on June 4, 2013, according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The Indiana couple and their son were in the backyard on a clear evening when the object was first seen.

"It was moving slowly, or at least slower than you would expect an aircraft of that altitude or size," the reporting witness stated. "It just wasn't right."

The witness described the object.

"It moved in a steady, straight line. No sound whatsoever. We watched it for about a minute or less, not sure. It had a short cigar to blimp shape. Was orange on the bottom and deep red on the top. It actually looked like a blimp on fire. I have never seen such an object as this and we live close to an Air Force base. We are used to seeing aircraft." . . .


  1. Hi Ronald,

    The image is an "illustration" as noted by the attribution in the lower right hand corner written in "white letters."


  2. There was no pictures or videos thank you Warren for having to explain but I do believe this may have been a UFO saw one similar but it was all red it was different colors till it got close to airport then turned a solid red was by the National Guard also went low and slow never changed and went towards mountains. Thought it might have gone below radar. My husband saw it also.

  3. HI Linda,

    Thanks for taking time to make comment.

    Until, and or if it can be identified–it remains a UFO by default.



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