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xx Strange Illinois Report
« Thread started on: Jul 9th, 2017, 11:36am »

Southern tip of Illinois, across the Ohio River from Paducah, Kentucky:


UFO Sighting in Unionville, Illinois on July 1, 2017


Sighting Basics
Case Number 84976
Date of the Sighting 2017-07-01 15:00
Date Submitted 2017-07-09 10:34 (Reported 7 Days Later)
Time Zone America/Chicago
Source MUFON
Summary Object hovering over woods then disappeared with no trace
Tags floating hovering

Sighting Location
City Unionville
Region Illinois
Coutntry United States
Latitude 37.12228
Longitude -88.54671
The latitude and longitude presented here is an approximation to protect the reporters identity

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Sighting Specifics

Viewing Distance 501 Feet - 1 Mile
Alititude 500 Feet or Less
Sighting Duration 00:10:00
Object Features None
Object Flight Path Other
Object Shape Other

Weather Details

Max Temp 90F / 32C
Mean Temp 80F / 27C
Min Temp 70F / 21C
Max Visibility 10 Miles / 16 Kilometers
Mean Visibility 10 Miles / 16 Kilometers
Min Visibility 7 Miles / 11 Kilometers
Conditions Raining, Thundering

Sighting Statistics
There have been 2096 other sightings in Illinois
There has been one other sighting in Unionville
There have been 39 other sightings near Unionville
There were no other sightings in or near Unionville on 2017-07-01

Sighting Details

We were driving along a road near Unionville, IL heading East...When we saw this object hovering over the woods just ahead. My husband stopped the truck and asked me to take a picture. Couldn't tell what it was... First appeared some smoke around it in the ring shape. Appears to have smoke below and around the object. It appeared as a figure 8 on its side.

It remained in one spot then simply disappeared. No motion, just gone! If you zoom in on the attached image, it appears as a ring mass floating in the air.

We thought maybe it was a group of birds, or a smoke ring from a ground explosion, but hearing nothing or seeing nothing in the area, further eliminated any known source.

After talking with friends, a similar object was seen in south-east Missouri on the same day, about 70 miles from our sighting location.

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xx Re: Strange Illinois Report
« Reply #1 on: Jul 10th, 2017, 12:28pm »

The consensus seems to be that these types of phenomenon are the result of fireworks. Could be. This particular sighting was on July 1st, but there WERE a lot of early fireworks because of the long weekend.
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xx Re: Strange Illinois Report
« Reply #2 on: Jul 10th, 2017, 6:07pm »

on Jul 10th, 2017, 12:28pm, Swamprat wrote:
The consensus seems to be that these types of phenomenon are the result of fireworks. Could be. This particular sighting was on July 1st, but there WERE a lot of early fireworks because of the long weekend.

That's a rational speculation backed by a photo of a similar effect for which the cause has been explained and factually confirmed: http://www.caelestia.be/VO-RI-08.html

However, if a photo winds up in the MUFON database, then it deserves a second look, because the aliens will create certain circumstances leading to the identification of the effect, providing that the brief description contradicts the expected.

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Summary: Object hovering over woods then disappeared with no trace.

The smoke caused by a firework dissipates; it doesn't just disappear. The former way into the absence would clearly indicate to the viewer that the peculiar shape in the sky is nothing but smoke and no report to MUFON would be made.

The date of the sighting is an example of things that disappear, but can be found later hiding.

The date of the sighting was 1. July, or 1 7.

Now you see it: 1 7
Now you don't:


As you ponder the disappearance, you come across present year.

2017

Why is it so that the 17 part appears thicker?

Aah, you shall fool me not... That missing 1 and 7 landed on top of 17, thinking that no one would notice. A simple experiment supports the explanation.

Before: 2017
After: 2017 1 7


Since 2017 1 7 means 2017, 1. July, this day is a unique day of 2017 based on the above circumstance.

But that means not every 4th of July is the same. Every century, there is only one instance where 4 and 7 can hide into the last two digits of the year. The last time it happened was in 1947.

Before: 1947
After: 1947 4 7


Back in 1947, the aliens loaded a flying saucer with fireworks to join in and observe the special, once-in-a century 4th of July. But the fireworks accidentally exploded near Roswell, New Mexico and the explosion tore the flying saucer into pieces, which were recovered by the personnel of the 509th Operations Group. 509? That's mighty suspicious - the link between WHEN and WHO - isn't it?

Since the sighting in Illinois took place on 2017 1 7, one should take a second look at it...
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xx Re: Strange Illinois Report
« Reply #3 on: Jul 14th, 2017, 4:32pm »

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However, if a photo winds up in the MUFON database, then it deserves a second look, because the aliens will create certain circumstances leading to the identification of the effect, providing that the brief description contradicts the expected.

What second look?

Well, we need to test the hypothesis that the aliens messed with the smoke ring causing its premature disappearance.

Firstly, here is a seemingly impossible question: A UFO was reported in one state. A similarly looking UFO was reported in another state. Which state was it?

How could one possibly tell?

The aliens have been flying their saucers around here for decades, haven't they?

The smoke ring is a good example of how one can make an "educated guess." This particular report comes from Illinois. In which state can you expect a similar event?

The answer depends on answering a question regarding the way we get from one state to another. One way, a very particular, is to use an interstate highway. Since the MUFON report includes coordinates of the place of the Illinois sighting, you can find the spot on the map and look around. What is the nearest interstate highway to that spot?

The map says it is Interstate 24.

The aliens will use this info to come up with two solutions: the real and the imaginary.

The real: Interstate 24 leads from Illinois to only one state - Tennessee. The circumstances find exactly the place in Tennessee where you pull over.

Twisted smoke ring photographed during a pyrotechnics show at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, a four day annual event first held in 2002. The location of the festival is a 2.8 km (700 acre) farm in Manchester, Tennessee, about 100 km (60 miles) southeast of Nashville.
http://www.caelestia.be/VO-RI-08.html

The imaginary: the aliens will use the number of the interstate highway, in this case 24, to link it with a state which joined the Union as the 24th state. Since the 24th state is Missouri, we drive there.

on Jul 9th, 2017, 11:36am, Swamprat wrote:

After talking with friends, a similar object was seen in south-east Missouri on the same day, about 70 miles from our sighting location.


Now pay special attention to the common denominator.

Twisted smoke ring photographed during a pyrotechnics show at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, a four day annual event first held in 2002. The location of the festival is a 2.8 km (700 acre) farm in Manchester, Tennessee, about 100 km (60 miles) southeast of Nashville.

After talking with friends, a similar object was seen in south-east Missouri on the same day, about 70 miles from our sighting location.

Both location descriptions include the direction south-east. Why? Why was that "object" in both cases observed S-E of a given location?

Hmm. God knows why.

Actually that's not a bad answer. God is held omniscient and maybe he can help.

I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End.
Revelation 22:13

Aha! S is the first and E is the last letter of a word, isn't it?

S(.......)E ?

If we figure out what word it is, we will learn what that object seen in Illinois in reality was.

S(nak)E ?

No. Try again.

S(ubmarin)E ?

Nope.
Leopooooold! Wheeere aaaare youuuu?
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/defc7c2dabdbf4168c6842901edef82a.jpg

Oh no! Let me think...
S(mok)E !!!

That's right Mr. Randle.
Leopooooold!

What is that? You said that the answer was correct; that the object observed in Illinois was smoke.

Yes, the answer is "smoke," but Leopold is hungry.

OMG! Aaaaah! (crunch...crunch...crunch...)
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