Sunday, June 25, 2017


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The Florida night sky lit up early Wednesday morning and some Florida residents thought it was an alien attack. But what was it?

Hundreds of residents in Florida from the keys up to the panhandle saw a brilliant fireball crash into Earth’s atmosphere.

A video of the event was captured on a home security system.

The fireball was actually a decent size meteor that lit up the sky; it wasn’t aliens as some on twitter suggested.

Some in Florida do say they have seen weir UFOs lately and videos are even popping up on YouTube.

Here is a video of some strange unidentified flying objects that were filmed over Jacksonville earlier this month.

Florida isn’t under attack, but they did have a good size meteor light up the sky on Wednesday morning.

As far as the UFOs over Jacksonville, maybe the space aliens are as mad at Florida for voting for Trump as the illegal aliens are.

Have you ever seen a meteor that big? Do you think there are aliens in Florida? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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Max Spiers was going to give the speech of his life until he died shortly before. The story gets weird when you read the text he sent his mom.

A British father of two, Max Spiers is a UFO expert and well-known and respected conspiracy theorist.

As an expert, he was asked to speak at a conference in Poland. Staying at a friend’s house, he slept on the couch and never woke up. He never had a chance to do the speech.

The conspiracy theorist’s death is causing is more conspiracy theories.

The police have not been helpful in looking into the death of the British man and to make matters worse, the death was ruled “natural causes” without any autopsy or investigative work.

His friends think he was onto something or someone big and then he was dead. A healthy 39-year old died in this sleep on a couch.

His mom always worried about her son and his work, but his recent work turned out to be life or death.

She got really worried when, just days before his death, Max Spiers sent his mom a cryptic text that read, “You’re boy’s in trouble. If anything happens to me, investigate.”

That is enough to make any mom panic.

His mother told the press that her son was working on the secret lives of celebrities and well-known people.

After over a week, Max’s mother was able to have Poland send her son back by air, but the fight for the truth is just getting started.

The suspicious and time of Max’s death has many wondering what Max found that got him killed.

How often do really healthy 39-year olds died for no reason on a couch? Do you suspect natural causes or something else? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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Hillary Clinton sat down with late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel and opened up about what she calls UAPs. Unexplained Arial Phenomena is the new term for UFOs and Hillary wants it all out.

During the interview she hinted that there is more there than her husband released, and she would be the candidate to do that.

When asked about Area 51 she said the truth would come out under her watch, unless it had something to do with national security. Somehow anything UFO or UAP has to do with national security so it is doubtful she would release anything.

Hillary is having a hard time connecting with voters right now and after being ahead by double digits over Trump, she is now in a statistical tie in national general election polling.

Hillary is also under criminal investigation by the FBI so she will take whatever votes she can get. Even if that means she has to spill the beans on E.T.

Besides, if there are aliens out there, she will be the first president to welcome them to America and have them register as Democrats.

Watch the interview below.

What do you think, is Hillary really interested in UAPs or is she just catering to those that want to know what is inside Area 51? Let us know in the comments below.

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There’s something strange in the air: a legitimate unidentified flying object, which is hurtling through the atmosphere and poised to strike somewhere in the Indian Ocean, about 60 miles off the southern coast of Sri Lanka.

Scientists have absolutely no idea what this object is.

Some predictions think it’s an old piece of rocket, others think it’s a natural piece of “space junk,” and others are just plain not sure.

But whatever it is, the UFO has a comically appropriate name: The European Space Agency (ESA) has officially dubbed the object WT1190F, which would be shortened in their vernacular to “WTF.” WTF is often used as an acronym for the phrase, “what the f*ck?”

However, it’s not clear that the unidentified object would pose any threat to human life.

“The object is quite small, at most a couple of meters in diameter, and a significant fraction if not all of it can be expected to completely burn up in the atmosphere,” explained Tim Flohrer, an agent with the ESA’s Space Debris Office.

Other experts agreed:

“If anything makes it down to the surface…it would be very small, so the odds of anybody getting hurt are very remote,” explained Bill Harwood, CBS News Space Correspondent. “The thing that this always brings to mind is, all satellites and rocket bodies enter on a fairly regular basis so it’s not at all unusual.”

However, even though the object is small, because it’s traveling at such a high speed, there is a chance that it could hit people or a manmade structure—which would almost certainly result in some death or destruction.

Regardless, with no way to stop the small object hurtling towards Earth, all scientists can is, “WTF?”


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