Wednesday, November 21, 2012

LITS Investigator Sees Laser Beams In Sky Near Granbury, Texas

I received an emailed report from our Dallas/Ft. Worth investigator, who while conducting an investigation observed laser beams shoot across the sky.  Here is his report:

Granbury, Texas
November 21, 2012 at 2:00 a.m.

Wanted to report that I saw three orange laser flashes across the southern horizon.

At exactly 2:00 AM there was three very quick bursts of laser beams that shot across possibly 250 miles of the atmosphere.  From East to West, this orange laser beam shot across the sky, at approximately 12 degrees above the due south horizon.  There was one quick shot, then a couple seconds later there were two more.

These were not meteors. I saw at least 25 or so meteors before, during and after the laser blasts. These were solid, straight high intensity beams, that made the atmosphere glow and did not leave a trail at all. This was the first time that I have seen lasers firing in our atmosphere. This was extremely high up and would possibly be over 100,000 feet up, definitely at the fringe of space. The laser bursts did not appear to strike anything but it was so far off that I would not have seen the targeted object, unless it was gigantic.

Orange laser beams! What next? -R


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