Mysterious beam weapon strikes Michigan? Feds claim meteor

By Lexi Morgan

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (INTELLIHUB) — What looks like some sort of air or space-based beam weapon was captured on film emitting down from the sky Tuesday night, causing a massive explosion.

Various press agencies, like the Washington Post, and government agencies like the Department of Homeland Security, the USGS, and NASA chalked off the event as a meteor strike. However, the pictures tell a different story.

The photos were captured by Kurt Norris.

Take a look for yourself. Does this look like a meteor to you?

What about this?

Residents came outside to look at all of the commotion.

Here’s a screenshot of the meteor NASA claims entered the Earth’s atmosphere around 8:08 p.m. on Jan. 16.

WWMT/Zack Lawler

It was not a meteor that caused the ground-based explosion captured in the Kurt Norris images because you can clearly see that the meteor fizzled out with only a small air-burst.

The Air Force has been placed on high-alert.

The explosion caused a 2.0 magnitude tremor in the vicinity of Saint Clair Shores.

Similar events have been reported during the so-called ‘California wildfires.’

Tyler from the “secureteam10” YouTube channel does a great job explaining what occurred Tuesday night.

The media also ran an aparant cover story of a ‘vehicle fire’ in a residential neighborhood.

Hat Tip: @Tabertronic on Twitter

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1 Comment

  1. Good Lord “a meteor”???

    Who gave that idiot the microphone.

    This “meteor” would have had to first obtain a geostationary orbit. A pretty nifty trick for a mindless meteor. Then it would need to change its trajectory in order to hit the earth at this 90 degree angle. Remember the Earth is rotating in space so nothing can come in at a 90 degree angle without “something” adjusting it trajectory here.

    So if it was indeed a meter, then we have something out there who can control and fling meteors at will, a fairly disturbing, frightening thought!