Friday, October 15, 2010

They're Here: UFO's Invade New York



We all knew they were possibly coming right? They've finally arrived? maybe.

A book by retired NORAD officer predicted the October 13th arrival date of UFO's over major cities. As of this time the author has not returned calls.

In this day and age, with all the technology we have, I believe they should have gotten a better video.
FULL ARTICLE after the break


Reportedly, the silvery object was seen by the locals of Chelsea after which they contacted Police and the FAA at about 1.30 p.m. The sources from Law enforcement thought that the object was some sort of balloon. But it has been not yet confirmed what the object exactly was.

A reporter sighted the tiny sliver dot hovering at approximately object 5,000 feet above 23rd St. and Eighth Ave. A dozen people gathered to catch its glimpse in the late afternoon.

"It's been hovering there for a while. I'm just kind of baffled," told Joseph Torres of Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, who sighted the object after leaving a movie. "How can it be ordinary? There is something going on."

"You really have to look up to see it," said another witness, Rico. "It's a little crazy. I guess that's why they call it an unidentified flying object because they don't know what it is."

The social networking site, Twitter, was flooded with the messages that linked to a month-old press release of a book by a retired NORAD officer. It predicted that UFOs will be seen in earth’s major cities on 13th October this year. The Federal Aviation Administration also received calls from people at its operations center. But after reviewing radar data, the agency did not find anything out of the normal condition.

"We re-ran radar to see if there was anything there that we can't account for but there is nothing in the area," stated Jim Peters, spokesman. "There was some helicopter traffic over the river at that time and we checked with LaGuardia Tower. And they said they had nothing going low at that time. Nothing that we can account for would prompt this kind of response," he said.

Peters told that if it were a weather balloon or any kind of organized balloon they would have got the prior notice for its release. But they did not get any notification. So the 'UFO over NYC' frenzy continues.



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