Skip to comments.UFO report is ‘vindication’ for man who tracked 1994 sightings on radar
Posted on 08/01/2021 8:45:57 AM PDT by BenLurkin
It was the night of March 8, 1994. Working at the National Weather Service, Bushong’s radar was lighting up with stuff he’d never seen before.
He was on the phone with an Ottawa County emergency dispatcher who was looking for help identifying lights in the sky over Holland. The dispatcher was getting a lot of calls. Police officers were calling in, too.
Bushong was seeing images on his radar that corresponded to what people were calling in from the ground. He had to control his radar by hand to zero in on the sky south of his station in Muskegon.
He said he went through his mental checklist about all the weather phenomena and technical glitches he knew about and what he was seeing didn’t fit any of them.
He saw what appeared to be solid objects “coming together and coming apart.”
“Moving about 20 miles in each jump,” he recalled. “They were hovering, then jumping. Hovering and jumping.”
After watching them for a while, they appeared to be forming a wide triangle that moved out over Lake Michigan.
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Thanks for posting.
Hey, wasn’t there supposed to be some sort of official announcement in June or July about government knowledge regarding UFO’s? Did I miss it?
I wonder how many of these were us testing radar spoofing.
The “report” did come out, and the conclusion was inconclusive. Basically, it reported that there were strange events, but that they couldn’t explain many of them.
Back to ground zero.
This report sounds like “We don’t think so but we doubt’’.
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