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    Multiple Witnesses Spot UFO in Northern Germany

    Police and fire departments in northern Germany received dozens of phone calls on Tuesday evening from people claiming they saw a mysterious burning orb in the night sky.

    Reports of a “burning sphere” and “glowing object in the sky” came in from Bremen, Brandenburg, Hamburg, Lower-Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein around 7 pm. A Bremen police spokesperson said once caller reported seeing the unidentified flying object (UFO) as it “broke apart and fell to the earth.”

    Authorities confirmed that there were no plane crashes in the area.

    “In Bremen and Lower Saxony no evidence of impact or damages has been found,” the spokesperson said. “We assume that it was a meteorite.”

    Meanwhile Mannheim-based hobby astronomer Werner Walter, who runs CENAP, a UFO research network and sighting hotline, said he took calls late into the night. Descriptions of the incident included a “white-green glowing orb” with a “vapour trail” that fell “silently for several seconds from the sky.”

    Walter also said he suspected the object was a meteorite.
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    Yes, there was one of these in southern Ontario a few weeks ago and another one crashed into the Ottawa River about a year ago I believe. It's called a fireball.

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    It was the start of the recapture of Europe by the Nazis in Antarctica ("Neuschwabenland") after more than 60 years of secret preparations!



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    I want to believe, but there are too many fakes out there. It's really hard to tell.



    1932-St. Paris, Ohio. This picture was taken of a man named George Sutton near midday May 1932. We can see that it was in 1932 from the license plate on the automobile in the photo that accompanied this shot. The unidentified flying object in the picture could not have been a street lamp, simply because there were no street lamps at the time. There are no power poles or power lines visible anywhere in this picture. This picture shows a vintage automobile. The owner of the photo album says there were no electric street lights along this road in those days. Nobody has been able to account for the dark object seen over Sutton's left shoulder in this photograph.
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