Foo Fighters

by Daniel Russ on September 23, 2010

Foo Fighters

 

 

November 1944, Allied pilots in the skies over Germany began seeing small flying luminous objects maneuver around their strike formations. Pilots reported that the objects were white, orange or red and seemed to be under intelligent control. Pilots also reported that they could out accelerate and out maneuver any plane in the sky. Pilots started calling them “Kraut Fireballs”. Not too much later these aerial objects began appearing in the Pacific theatre of operations. One B-29 crew describes a giant white ball that hung motionlessly in the before it disappeared. RAF and Eighth Air Force pilots over Belgium during World War II described two balls of light that were flying at amazing speeds and made rapid rates of acceleration.

When you read some of the reports, it’s almost a precursor to the typical UFO phenomenon we heard about during Flaps in the 1960s and 1970s.

Skeptics call them after images of exploded flak, German secret weapons, ball lightning or electrostatic phenomenon. Pilots disagreed.

From Wikipedia;

On the night of 26/27 May 1943, during a raid on Essen, Germany, the crew of an RAF bomber reported a large cylindrical object similar to the one reported earlier near Turin. There were a number of “portholes” evenly spaced along its length. It was much larger than their aircraft with an “incredible” speed estimated to be in “thousands of mph”.

 

Here’s another.

 

Several UK Ministry of Defence documents, declassified in the 1990s, relate sightings of unusual aircraft by RAF crews in 1942. One, dated December 3, 1942, related that the crew refused to be shaken in their story despite ridicule. During a raid on Turin the night of November 28/29, they twice spotted an object an estimated 200–300 feet in length, 1/5 to 1/6 that in diameter, and traveling at an estimated 500 miles an hour. It had four equally spaced red lights along its length. The pilot, Captain Lever, said he saw a similar object about three months before north of Amsterdam.


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