By: Steve Dellar | 09-20-2017 | News
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Video: Air Force Pilot Dies Near Area 51 – People Report Strange Lights In LA

The air force released one of the strangest obituaries this week. It would appear Lt. Col. Eric Schultz died during training mission earlier this month just northwest of Nellis Air Base. Any specific information was not available for release and details about the aircraft are classified.

The Capital Gazette of Annapolis, Maryland, gave more information about Lt. Col Schultz. He was a former civilian test pilot holding several graduate degrees. He joined the US air force in 2001 and became a flight training officer. As from 2011, he was mostly assigned to fly the F35 fighter jet.

The crash seemed to have taken place during the first of two days of training related crashed at the Nellis range, which is located not far from the secretive Area 51 test site.

On September 6, two fighter jets crashed during a routine training mission as well.

The army also stated that the fighter jets were each worth about $18.8 million, but once again gave no further details.

All of this would still not raise our suspicion were it not for the fact that Mr Kevin Mize put a video on Youtube filmed two nights later, seeing flashing lights over the Granada Hils.

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Now if we put the article that appeared in the Daily Mirror, our British Colleagues, next to the article in the Pahrump Valley Times and we take a map, well you see what we’re getting at of course.

Any chance the US Air Force is testing a new secretive plane by any chance

Mr Mize stated:" Strange lights definitely not Lightning with no thunder accompanying this. This went on for at least a half hour through the clouds looking east from our front yard in Granada Hills. Please shed some light here that definitely looks extra terrestrial."

One of his neighbours confirmed: "Yea I seen it last night might be a weather cloud or military doing some weapon test."


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Anonymous No. 8396 2017-09-20 : 20:06

This is such a shit article with garbage grammar and flow. Who wrote this? A subhuman?

Anonymous No. 8401 2017-09-20 : 23:32


Sub-human needs a hyphen. Since you are judging species by spelling.

Anonymous No. 8411 2017-09-21 : 05:52

Seen lightning exactly like this from 30kft over the equator and from ground before. It's called sheet lightning.

It's much quieter than normal larger, spaced bursts.

That said, slightly similar effects can be seen with scalar weapons, which also could be tested in such an area…

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