Meteor(?) Crashing in Arlington
On April 20th, someone in Arlington witnessed an object fall from the sky. Could this have been a meteor from the Lyrid Meteor Shower, or a crash landing of some type of craft? Here's the MUFON report:
Driving southbound on 360 near six flags, I had noticed a few planes in the sky already. What looked like a very large and bright star appeared within my view while looking down the road and I watched it shoot downwards, coming from the upper atmosphere it seemed like. There was no trail behind it, despite it's considerable size and if it was farther than it appeared than it could be even larger. I could immediately tell it was no airplane, and thought I might be seeing a shooting star or meteor. The object did not break up at all or appear to get smaller, only moving in a downwards direction before disappearing completely well before it even got close to the horizon or any other obstacle that could have blocked my vision. My girlfriend sitting in the passenger seat exclaimed before I did, and we both confirmed we saw the same thing. It appeared as a solid white oval against the night sky and did not fade or shimmer out, just disappearing completely.
12/6/2012 11:20:08 pm
Well this is a coincidence then. Just this morning on my way to work- I was almost exact spot you say. Driving southbound on 360 near Six Flags. It was VERY low and had a long tail. Must be a meteor but wow! I was shocked and almost thought it was a plane going down had it not been going so fast. It almost looked like it was blinking but most have been just rotating and hot. IF that was a meteor- then it is going to do some damage within 100 miles from here.
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