There’s a lot of stuff falling from the sky these days, but it usually passes with little more than a blurb and a shrug. Last year, however, a news flash out of Somalia prompted Frank Warren to do a double-take.
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According to Shabelle Radio, something crashed outside a town called Buulo Burde in March 2007 and allegedly killed a grazing camel upon impact. The report stated, somewhat awkwardly, that the thing glittered during the day and “in the nighttime it turns lights and speaks a strange language which can’t be understood by the villagers.”
Warren, who runs a UFO Web site in Sacramento, posted the news immediately. What intrigued him most were the
government visitors tuning into the story: U.S. Central Command, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories, NASA/Cleveland, the U.S. Army Research Laboratory and Los Alamos National Laboratory.
“They all stacked up on top of each other within minutes, and I can guarantee you that was no accident,” says
Warren. “It may have been something as simple as somebody making a call to a friend and saying, ‘Hey, check this out.’ But who knows.”
Warren says the Somalian mystery crackled along the Internet for about 72 hours. “Then it went black. There was no more news. I tried to track it through local forums asking, ‘Have you heard any more?’ and they said no. I even e-mailed one of the local papers and never heard back.”
Lacking additional data, Warren suspects what slammed into east Africa was a spy satellite, and that it was recovered by rapid-response teams. He hasn’t seen such a concentrated crush of government traffic before or
since. But authority-type people are clearly trolling his page for the latest developments on the UFO frontier.
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