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Thursday, May 29, 2008

Foo Fighters-UFOs

During WWII, pilots of all nationalities witnessed strange balls of light following their aircraft. Each side thought that it was some secret military weapon being used by their enemy. However, it was not until the war ended when both sides realized that neither had anything to do with them.

"The objects were dubbed "foo fighters." because of a popular comic strip at the time, Smoky Stover. Smoky was fond of saying "Where there's foo there's fire" and the objects seem to be fiery, rounded shapes." The UnMuseum

These objects were witnessed maneuvering at a high rate of speed and agility; exhibiting highly unconventional abilities such as instantaneous acceleration and deceleration, rapid climbing and descent, and hovering in place. Sightings took place both during day and night flights. To date, no "Foo Fighter" was known or reported to have made any sort of contact or attack with the pilots.

Check out "The Foo Fighters - The RAF Experience" by Dr. David Clarke & Andy Roberts for further reading on this most fascinating phenomenon.


Bob Johnson said...

Very interesting, is the pic on the post an actual photographed sighting?

Aura said...

Yes it is. Check out this link for more pics