Allison Barta saw something.
It was in the sky, translucent, circular, disc-like and most certainly, positively and identifiably unidentifiable. It was also an object that was flying.
Barta was taking pictures of pelicans outside her rural Cass Lake home in northern Minnesota on Sept. 2. That’s when she saw the saucer, which spanned the horizon in just a few seconds at an incredible speed, she said.
What we see is our perception; our interpretation is dependent on what we want to see and the framework we supply to the interpretation.
This looks exactly like a weather balloon. I’m wondering why a science teacher would not have considered that. Or, did the news reporter just trump up the “mysterious” part.
Tip: Jack Brewer