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FAA Is Investigating Couple of UFOs Crashing Into the Ocean in Hawaii

This is probably not the kind of news you want to wake up with after a New Year’s hangover, but the aliens stopped by. “Crashed” is a more suitable term in this particular case.
Supposed UFO falling out of the sky and into the ocean in Hawaii 1 photo
Hawaii News Now reports that the Federal Aviation Administration is investigating what could only be described as a UFO sighting, after several locals called the police to say one had crashed into the ocean. The publication spoke to two different eyewitnesses, who saw the bright blue, illuminated, oblong-shaped object fall out of the sky.

The incident happened above Oahu last Tuesday, and there’s video of it at the link in the paragraph above. According to eyewitnesses, this was actually the first of two UFOs falling out of the sky (noiselessly) and crashing or landing into the ocean (again, without making a sound). It was “larger than a telephone pole” and was followed by a similar object, albeit illuminated white.

Both eyewitnesses called the police, who, in turn, alerted the FAA. Contacted for comment, a spokesperson for the Honolulu police said they had no information to disclose at this point. Officers were dispatched at the scene after the 911 calls, but they found nothing to report back.

The FAA confirmed they had been alerted about the sighting by the police but could not offer an explanation for what it might have been. They said that, on that night, “no aircraft disappear off radars. And no reports of overdue or missing aircraft.”

In other words, it could very well be that aliens chose the final days of 2020 to let us know they’re among us. After all, as Professor Haim Eshed, ex-president of the Israeli Space Program, said not long ago, they’ve been around for a very long time, working with humans in secrecy because they don’t believe humanity is ready to learn the truth.

Until now.



 
 
 
 
 

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