Monday, October 22, 2012

Explosion in NW Louisiana not a meteor, or ammo explosion

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There is a coverup going on in Louisiana and it appears to be on the scale of the Roswell conspiracy.

Monday, October 15 at 11:30 p.m., an explosion rattled the small town of Minden, in Webster Parish, Louisiana. Before the explosion, witnesses report seeing lights and flashes in the sky, including low flying fighter jets.   One witness saw a strange craft and reported it to MUFON.  That report is included below.

Local Webster Parish Sheriff Gary Sexton said, "Definitely had something happen."  He added, " that all the explosion manufacturing facilities and natural gas facilities in Webster Parish are ruled out as a cause."

The local meteorologist goes on to refute the meteor theory, saying, "Checking with the National Weather Service, if it were a meteor, and yes we are in a meteor shower period, the Orionids, but I don't think there would be a piece of that, that would make it to the earth without vaporizing.  But if it did, radar did not pick up a streak, which it normally would."

He goes on to say, "But, we had an eye witness report who left her home in Dixie Inn, to drive to find whatever it was that hit and she reported ashes falling onto her car but they were heavy enough that they sounded like small hail. The weather service did confirm right after that explosion, their radar picked up what would be called a low cloud, or a debris field."  He also states that the radar picked the debris up, through four revolutions.

With the dawn of a new day, Tuesday morning, October 16th, the coverup had begun. The story now is that a bunker exploded at local military munitions plant (Camp Minden), despite the previous statements made by the Sheriff, ruling out the possibility of a munitions explosion.

An anonymous photographer captured aerial footage of the aftermath, which clearly shows 2 impact points, debris and an idle train that was also impacted and blown over. Despite what the claims are, the train was not moving at the time. The video is evidence of that as well.


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Witness in Castor, Louisiana reports UFO Observed flying towards the area of impact, shortly before the explosion occurred. Here is that report submitted to MUFON.

Drawing submitted by witness.


Case Number 43300
Log Number US-10162012-0013
Date Submitted 10/16/2012 10:00 UTC
Date of the Event 10/15/2012 12:00 UTC
Source MUFON
Disposition Unresolved
Summary    object flew over house. had blueish aura all around it. could only see outline of craft.

Sighting Location City Castor
Region Louisiana
Country United States
Latitude 32.254489 Longitude -93.164592 The latitude and longitude presented here is an approximation to protect the reporters identity
Sighting Specifics
Viewing Distance 101-500 Feet
Sighting Duration Undisclosed
Object Features Dome
Object Flight Path Straight-line path
Object Shape Disc, Unknown
Weather Factors Unknown

Sighting Details

was outside cleaning out pickup truck, walked toward porch, bright blue light caught my eye, stopped and watched as craft flew from over house toward NW. ran inside, got my wife, but it was gone. hours later, heard loud boom, shook house, news channel reports the same in 40 or so mile raius of my house. NWS reports debris cloud, and debris plume of mile high around dixie inn louisiana. drew as detailed a picture as i could. did not scare me, no terrifyinf feeling, glow was almost warm in nature.

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So what do you think?  Do you believe this was a bunker explosion, a meteor, or was it a crashed UFO? -Sunny


1 comment:

  1. There's no doubt that what can be seen is a linear impact and not a bunker explosion. The whole thing has already brought about "official" conflicting reports.

    I wonder how long it will take for witnesses to change their stories after "serious deliberation" or for some to suddenly go silent?

    Time for the debunkers to come out en-masse I think?

    It would appear that the most pertinent question to ask right now would be "OUR or THEIRS?"


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