...Weird Ass Lights in the Sky...

by OUTLAW 208 Replies latest jw friends

  • wasblind

    " I don`t know if anyone is in my Zone..LOL!!.."

  • cameo-d

    Outlaw...if they offer you a joy ride...please don't go.

    You might miss Paradise.

  • VampireDCLXV

    I can be pretty out there..

    I don`t know if anyone is in my Zone..LOL!!..

    What are we, your fellow BCers, chopped liver?


  • darkbayleef

    My mum showed me this thread, and I created an account just to offer my own two cents.

    Theres a few possibilities I could think of: The F-35 Lightening STOVL version: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockheed_Martin_F-35_Lightning_II#F-35B.

    This would explain why it was hovering around the mountains. Remote Canadian locations would be an ideal area to test the F-35, especially the hover variations, from what I've read of it being able to slowly scour terrain with it's sensors and then fire on enemy targets is one of the big selling features. And they are pretty damn big, and very, very, very agile.

    Secondly, it could be a stealth helicopter under development. This would again explain the shape and movements. The US has experimented with these in the past and could easily do so again: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing/Sikorsky_RAH-66_Comanche

    Another thing, weather balloons do indeed have lights on the bottom. While it might not have been a weather balloon, there are many scientific packages lifted into the higher latitudes of the Earth to study winds, atmospheric conditions, radiation, ozone, etc. Many of these can fly quite low and move very strangely. They have lights to alert local air traffic from a very dangerous collision. As for lights, being a balloon, there is a lot of ways the lights can be reflected inside so it looks very distorted, appearing much bigger than it really is.

    The other thing it could be is...well just keep your eyes out for some Men In Black. Especially if they have a talking dog: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCRFJFLfBVc#t=0m22s

  • cameo-d

    Very interesting information, Darkbayleaf.

    Cool that your mom showed you this thread. It seems you really have an interest in sky things. Are you into aviation or a UFO buff? I just posted a thread that might interest you about UFO crash drills at schools in the UK. Have you heard of this before?

    Welcome to the board. Hope your mom will let you come back and talk to us again.


  • darkbayleef

    haha thanks Cameo-d. I do, I'm a buff of numerous subjects, history, science, aviation, military history and weaponry, computers, music, and geography.

    I'll go have a read of that thread now. It sounds quite interesting. I've heard of similar sorts of things happening but that was mainly for emergency services and military personelle. Never students.

    As for my mum, she better let me, I'm 20 haha.

  • unclebruce

    Hi Outlaw,

    Thanks for sharing this experience.

    You say you have a camera and a scope. You can put those two together you know

    (I often used to take pics putting binocular up to cameran lens).

    I live in a wilderness setting too and am learning to take pics of the night sky, night animals etc.. (a skill worth learning).

    I've just bought my first digital SLR and have a scope with camera attachment on order.

    cheers, Lee

    ps: don't forget the tripod

  • KW13

    G'day bruce

  • Ri

    Strange lights over Manhattan in broad daylight :


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