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UFO sightings cause disruptions in China

By T.K. Randall
July 16, 2010 · Comment icon 125 comments

Image Credit: Ctd 2005
UFO sightings in China have caused a buzz and even resulted in an airport being closed for an hour last week.
Another unidentified flying object (UFO) has been spotted hovering over a part in southwestern China's Chongqing province after a similar sighting last week caused massive flight delays at a municipal airport, according to latest Chinese media reports.


Source: MSN.com | Comments (125)




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Comment icon #116 Posted by skyeagle409 14 years ago
A two stage rocket set off as a prank? I do hope it wasn't an ICBM or a satellite launch rocket. You know how much those things cost? I know the Chinese have a lot of lanterns, but really. I've seen rocket launches before from Vandenberg AFB, and that video is that of a rocket.
Comment icon #117 Posted by goldilocks_nc 14 years ago
Not real familiar with posting things but tried to to a search to see if this had been posted if so please just delete http://buzz.yahoo.com/buzzlog/93859?fp=1
Comment icon #118 Posted by thefinalfrontier 14 years ago
Good information TY
Comment icon #119 Posted by goldilocks_nc 14 years ago
Not real familiar with posting things but tried to to a search to see if this had been posted if so please just delete http://buzz.yahoo.co...zlog/93859?fp=1 you are very welcome!
Comment icon #120 Posted by DONTEATUS 14 years ago
you are very welcome! Hy Did We Give you The U/M Welcome goldilocks ? "Welcome to theShow The Show that never Ends" Didnt anyone In China ever See Jet Contrails?
Comment icon #121 Posted by DONTEATUS 14 years ago
I bet the rumor mill is In full overtime RUSH ! The Chinese Just maybe getting a Little air time on some new toys ? Arent We all a Peaceful Lot ?
Comment icon #122 Posted by skyeagle409 14 years ago
Hy Did We Give you The U/M Welcome goldilocks ? "Welcome to theShow The Show that never Ends" Didnt anyone In China ever See Jet Contrails? Yes, I did, and can't believe that someone would try to paint that as a UFO. It was evident to me that those were contrails.
Comment icon #123 Posted by DONTEATUS 14 years ago
Yes, I did, and can't believe that someone would try to paint that as a UFO. It was evident to me that those were contrails. Its time to Let them into the inner circle Skyeagle ! They are getting ready to Mutiny on the UFO subject! Remember UFO means just That "Unidentified Flying Object" Key words "Unidentified,and Objects" Not Man made Toys ! A Little Grey Guy will do just fine !
Comment icon #124 Posted by czderrick 14 years ago
Didn't anyone notice this video has nothing in common with the other Hangzhou images? Both hoaxes. http://forgetomori.com/2010/ufos/ufo-over-hangzhou-china-a-long-expos/
Comment icon #125 Posted by SAmbag 14 years ago
Didn't anyone notice this video has nothing in common with the other Hangzhou images? Both hoaxes. http://forgetomori.com/2010/ufos/ufo-over-hangzhou-china-a-long-expos/ that article makes me want to be a journalist because I apparently have better investigative skills than the idiots at ABC. I think the video I posted a few posts back actually is of the rocket (or something) that was in Hangzhou is the most legit. He goes to a shot of a Hangzhou Hotel for evidence. Seems a little fishy that he does that - like maybe he shot it afterwords or something - and it could be of a jet - but at least ... [More]


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