Military jet incident in Spain linked to UFO

UFO claims surround military jet mystery on the Costa del Sol | Olive Press Newspaper Spain.

A number of expats have come forward to claim that a series of low-flying military jets that awoke the Costa del Sol may have been chasing a UFO.

The residents of Benahavis and Estepona – where a trio of fighter jets undertook their mysterious 5am sortie on Easter Sunday – believe that the planes may have been tailing an “alien craft”.

While the authorities refused to comment on the incident, the Olive Press has been inundated with calls and emails from concerned residents.

One British reader, who asked to remain anonymous, told the paper this weekend: “It was terrifying. They were clearly tailing this strange-looking craft.

“I cannot describe what it was, but it was long and thin and had flashing lights. It was definitely not a plane or helicopter.

“It made a very strange sound and moved slowly before suddenly shooting off at top speed.”

Source: Olive Press

In an earlier piece, we find that online forums were the source of conspiracy theories and talk of UFOs. In the early reports, a mystery object was not mentioned. Hmm. Suspicious.

Then, this:

The incident came just days before another mystery incident over Bath, in the UK, where locals claim to have seen a long thin-shaped craft chased by military jets.

The Bath incident was a sonic boom from military jets. Only The Sun connected it with UFOs. (Surprised?) Are the two stories connected as suggested? Yeah, probably. People saw a nifty but crazy connection to military jets chasing a UFO and it grew online and thanks to the sensationalistic press.

Or, you know. We are being invaded and no one is telling us. I think we are being invaded by evil mind monsters toying with our imagination.

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  1. Stephen Saunders
    April 19, 2012 at 8:23 PM

    The UFO report connected with the Bath incident originated not in The Sun, but on the website of the city’s weekly newspaper:
    http://www.thisisbath.co.uk/Fighter-jet-drama-Bath/story-15794375-detail/story.html
    A number of eyewitnesses saw – and one or two photographed – an object, probably a balloon, at the time military jets were intercepting a helicopter which was wrongly squawking a hijack alert. There seems little doubt the ‘UFO’ was a tangible object, but there’s no evidence it was connected to the helicopter intercept or in any way related to what may or may not have happened in Spain.

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