Real UFO images?
The Peoples Daily Online posted a series of UFO images yesterday under the alluring title…
A Strange story indeed this, and one that will be very interesting to follow.
According to a release from the FARS News Agency, and unidentified (flying) object has crashed the the Barez Mountains in central Iran.
Officials in Iran have dismissed claims that is was a crashed plane or helicopter, and that it was also unlikely that it was a meteorite as the object appeared to be trailing smoke before it crashed.
Interestingly, it seems that similar incidents have been witnessed over the last year, causing speculation that the objects could be spy-planes or even high-tech espionage devices.
UFO Crash in Central Iran
TEHRAN (Fars News Agency)- An Unidentified Flying Object crashed in Barez Mounts in the central province of Kerman Wednesday morning.
Deputy Governor General of Kerman province Abulghassem Nasrollahi told FNA that the crash which was followed by an explosion and a thick spiral of smoke has caused no casualties or damage to properties.
He further denied earlier reports that the explosion has been the result of a plane or chopper crash, reminding that all the passing aircraft’s have been reported as sound and safe.
The official further stated that investigations are underway by police and other relevant authorities in this regard.
While other reports spoke of meteors, Nasrollahi said there were no conclusive witnesses in this regard but he did not dismiss the possibility that the crash has been caused by a meteor.
Eye-witnesses assure that the explosion has been caused as a result of the crash of a radiant unidentified flying object onto the ground.
Meantime, an informed source told FNA that the object has been on fire and there has been thick smoke coming out of it prior to the crash, concluding that the object couldn’t have been a meteor as meteors do not smoke.
The source also said that the crash has been witnessed by people in several cities, and mentioned that the rendezvous point is located 100 kilometers from the provincial capital city of Kerman.
He said that people in the city of Rafsanjan also reported to have witnessed a similar incident several days ago.
Similar crash incidents have been witnessed frequently during the last year all across Iran, and officials believe that the objects could be spy planes or a hi-tech espionage device.
Source FARS (link)