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"The size of a car": Giant skate groups have been spotted in the United States - Walla! news

2020-01-16T06:16:03.979Z

Residents in the United States report a "fleet of skiers" flying in dozens of details and in regular night structures. The observations raise different conspiracy theories. Officials deny ...



"Car-size": Giant skate groups have been spotted in the United States

Residents in the United States report a "fleet of skiers" flying in dozens of details and in regular night structures. The observations raise different conspiracy theories. Officials deny any connection to the subject and claim: "These are amateur caches, observations that have emerged as stars in the sky or aircraft"

"Car-size": Giant skate groups have been spotted in the United States

Photo by Roni Kanfo, Edit: Shaul Adam

Residents of the state of Wyoming, Colorado and Nebraska in the United States insist that for several months they see "a fleet of great skiers in the sky." The observed skimmers raised many questions related to various conspiracy theories, from aliens to US government experiments.

Colorado authorities have tried to reassure residents, saying there is nothing unusual or criminal about the dozens of "flocks" of skiers that residents have been reporting since November. Authorities say the skates were operated by amateurs or commercial companies, and the authorities even noted that these may be stars or weather phenomena.

Residents say the skates are as big as cars, and they fly in regular groups and structures at night. "Even if the military denies it, firearms dealers are involved," said Dan Carlson, a Nebraska meteorologist. Carlson said that in recent months alone, he has identified four skiers flying above his farm at night. He added that the skaters he saw were flying about 250 feet in the area of ​​his home, one of which reached a speed of 100 mph.

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In the United States Army deny any connection to hovercraft. "Our base is in a prohibited area for civilian skiers, but we do have training programs for unarmed aerial vehicles, and any skimmer seen outside our base does not belong to our naval fleet," said Lt. John Karkhaf, spokesman for the base. Karkhaff further added that the base personnel did not see the skimmers in question and that the military was working in collaboration with the Federal Aviation Authority and the FBI.

The Colorado State Department of Public Safety, which has some 24,000 skiers registered, did not investigate the reports of skimmers in other states, and the department could only refer to reports coming from their state, which they checked. They claimed that the reports were mainly about amateur floaters, sightings that turned out to be stars in the sky or commercial aircraft.

Ian Gregor, a spokesman for the Federal Aviation Authority, said: "We take every report on the skier seriously. Various divisions of the PA work with all levels of government, local, political and federal on these reports."

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