Monday, May 17, 2010

Unusual Atmospheric Formation...Cloud? Portal?

MUFON witness statement: During the afternoon of May the 15th, 2010 a few friends of mine took some pictures of this strange formation in the clouds. They said that this long cylinder formation did not seem to be moving and after about 5 minutes or so slowly dissipated. From their description of the event it did not sound as if it was some kind of craft but I found the pictures so interesting that I wanted to find out if this is a naturally occurring event. So far I have not been able to find anything like it. Take a look at the pic and see for yourself.

NOTE: this was seen in an undisclosed location in Virginia. Very interesting...especially with the description of not moving then dissipating. Possibly a portal? Any thoughts? Lon

Unusual Atmospheric Formation...Cloud? Portal?

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