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Object Falls Out Of The Sky In Norfolk VA And Sparks Extraterrestrial Fears


Published on Aug 6, 2013 by Isaac Wilee

Something odd fell from the sky and landed in a Norfolk neighborhood. It happened in the 2900 block of Somerset Lane in Ocean View just after 6:00 p.m. Tuesday July 31. People living close to the object were evacuated and the power was turned off 3 blocks in every direction. After looking at photos taken by the robot, firefighters determined the package was likely a weather balloon possibly from NASA’s Wallops Island on the Eastern Shore.

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10 Responses to Object Falls Out Of The Sky In Norfolk VA And Sparks Extraterrestrial Fears

  1. Test Pilot Dummy says:

    That’s no UFO, it’s a smashed box on the ground.

    LOOKS LIKE STYROFOAM AND SOMETHING SHIELDING IT FROM COLD (aka high altitude)

  2. george says:

    FEAR???…… HELLO ????

    Fear the cops, fear the military, fear the government…..
    BUT ALIENS???

    They have been around for thousands of years….
    they have hurt no one.

    In fact, they DISARMED MISSILES (that our military built)….

    I’d say they we have NOTHING to fear when it comes to aliens.

  3. uninformedLuddite says:

    They turned the power off for three blocks?

    BTW: When I ask a question it is usually in a WTF way.

    • # 1 NWO Hatr says:

      Easy question, uL.

      They were afraid the aliens might use our power grid to jump start their ship’s reactor.

  4. nottoobitter says:

    Im so scared.
    im going into hiding.

    blackjack21

  5. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    Gee, I expected the aliens to be bigger than that.

    • diggerdan says:

      Them aliens are watching us – they got their eye on us all. They are so big that we cannot even see them. and that is big

  6. Cathleen says:

    ALL that money that was spent on ALL those first responders is coming from ALL the people’s wallets. Shaking my head at the shear panic …

    . . .

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