US Test Of Massive “UFO” Sparks Panic In Washington

Posted on April 3, 2012


(25th March)

An interesting report circulating in the Kremlin today prepared by the Russian Federal Space Agency (ROSCOSMOS) states that a test launching of a “massive” and “highly secretive” space-type aircraft by the US Navy sparked a panic in Washington State this past week after this crafts Magnetoplasmadynamic (MPD) / lithium Lorentz force accelerator (LiLFA) engines failed to properly ignite.

Local news reports from the US Naval Air Station Whidbey Island area, where this test reportedly was conducted, confirm the residents of this area were put into panic this Thursday past (15 March) after the failure of this crafts engines caused a sustained “rumbling” that witnesses described as “sounding like sustained thunder, or God bowling.”  So strong was this “mysterious rumbling” local residents further reported that it “rattled windows, dishes and nerves from Langford to Otter Point, even knocking down an old barn.”

Russian space experts in this report state that this was the second failure of this mysterious crafts engines in the past couple of months with the first occurring north of US Naval Air Station Whidbey Island over the Canadian province of British Columbia in late January where people, likewise, described “rumbling” that resembled a freight train so powerful calls flooded into both the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and Canada’s Department of National Defense.

Interesting to note is that the first report of this massive space-type aircrafts engine noise in this region was first documented in 2009 when a Washington State man and his son witnessed it first hand noting that the craft made two different sounds – “a high pitch whine” – and a “rumble.”

Not being directly noted in this report (though it is certainly inferred) is that this space-type aircraft may have an extraterrestrial origin as it is described as being “triangular in appearance.”
Black triangles are a class of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) with certain common features which have reportedly been observed from the 1940s to the present. Media reports of black triangles originally came from the United States and United Kingdom, but phenomena consistent with these reports have been reported as exceptional occurrences throughout recorded history, using the language of the times.

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