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Mystery Missile Launch Filmed Near South Texas Coast


January 2009 Newfoundland mystery missile launch still unexplained by Canadian government


Was it a rocket, a missile, a jet contrail, or a UFO, an unidentified flying object? Based on the news report from Corpus Christi, TX, witnesses saw and filmed what they believed was a missile or rocket launch on Sunday afternoon, January 2nd. (Neither White Sands Missile Range, NASA, or Vanderberg Air Force Base had a missile, rocket, or shuttle launch scheduled for January 2nd, 2011.) One witness, a member of the military, says he ‘saw it’ but ‘doesn’t know what it is’, which means the object is, technically, a UFO, an unidentified flying object.


A news report out of South Texas shows footage (video below) of what may have been a missile launch on January 2nd sighted by several witnesses at Padre Island National Seashore Park located near Corpus Christi, TX.. Also located at Corpus, the Navy’s Naval Air Station located in Flour Bluff. One of the witnesses grabbed footage of the ‘missile launch’ using their IPhone. A couple of the clues from the news report, the object was seen and filmed ‘going straight up’. Based on one witness description, the object was west of their location as they mentioned they didn’t know where the missile was launched, ‘It could have been California or McAllen, TX.’. To the east of Padre Island, the Gulf of Mexico.


Another witnesses, an official from the Naval Air Station in Kingsville, Texas, told Kiii News, he ‘saw it with his own eyes but had no idea what it could be’. A military witness who, we assume, has experience with military aircraft and jet ‘contrails’.


Kiii TV contacted the Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi, TX, who reported they had no flights scheduled on Sunday afternoon. More from Kiii TV:





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