Mystery Fireballs That Crashed Into Earth Not Meteorites… ‘Fleet’ of glowing objects off NCarolina coast


Falling Fireballs Crashed in Chile Last Week. They Weren’t Meteorites, Experts Say.

Chilean officials are investigating a curious collection of burning objects that fell onto parts of the country last week.

Goodness gracious! Great balls of fire rained from the sky in Chile last week, and officials are still trying to figure out what they were and where they came from.

One thing is certain: The mysterious burning objects were not meteors, according to news reports.

The fiery UFOs descended on Dalcahue City on the Chilean island of Chiloé on Sept. 25, CNET reported. . The tumbling objects crash-landed in seven locations, setting off fires that were promptly put out by volunteer firefighters. .

Chiloé island resident Bernardita Ojeda had one fireball land on her property, where the flames ignited a few bushes, Ojeda told local news station Channel 2.

‘Fleet’ of strange glowing objects seen off North Carolina coast in baffling clip

A “fleet” of bizarre objects has been captured hovering off the coast of North Carolina.

William Guy was travelling on a ferry across the Pimlico Sound lagoon when he spotted 14 bizarre objects in the sky.

He immediately started recording and the footage has left the conspiracy world in shock.

The video begins with the sight of the sky, seemingly showing the sun setting.

William pans the camera across the horizon showing nothing in sight.



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