Date of sighting: Dec 27, 2016
Location of sighting: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
A UFO fell from the sky and smacked this guys van right in its end. The object, which is unidentified even though its in the hands of the police department, does look like it may be spent fuel tanks for a missile or rocket that may have broken up in the atmosphere. Also part of me wonders if this is a cloud orb thats been struck by lightening and fell to earth. Cloud orbs are alien drones that change color and are basically AI controlled alien drones the relay info back to the alien base or world. It doesn't seem to make sense for scientists to make a fuel tank from this black stringy substance.
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Scott C. Waring
MILWAUKEE (WITI) -- Unidentified Falling Object -- it's a UFO that has one local man scratching his head. His van damaged by a large object, but so far, no one can say exactly what that object is. The damage is extensive, the owner of the van thinks the object fell from the sky. It's a mystery that plays out like an episode of "The X-Files."
"I was like, what is that?! What happened?! I kept looking around and I couldn't see where it came from. It had to have come from the sky," said Michael Robinson. You could classify this case as an "X-Mas File" just days before the holiday and Marshall Robinson is getting a special delivery. Maybe it fell from Santa's sleigh, or maybe it came from space. "It's like a cone shape, but on the top it's heavy and inside it's hollow," said Robinson. Robinson says Tuesday he got a call from his neighbor. "She heard a loud 'thump,' she was looking out the window," said Robinson. He saw his van with a huge gash. "There was no footprints around or nothing," Robinson said. The rear window shattered and an odd object was found next to it. "It looked like a barbecue grill in the snow," Robinson said. Robinson has been racking his brain all week trying to figure out what caused so much damage. "It's a round-something, looks like it might be the cover to an engine or something," said Robinson. Robinson called Milwaukee police. "They was baffled," Robinson said. "They couldn't figure out where it came from." Robinson says police noted it smelled like diesel fuel, and took the heavy object as evidence. No one could have thrown this, based on the damage, Robinson is convinced the object dropped from above. "That's a lot of force to put a dent in the top of the van like this," said Robinson. For now, the chunk of metal is unidentified, unexplained and now most certainly unforgettable.