Update – Mysterious Fires Southeast of Scott, Arkansas

Red X marks area of mysterious fires at the intersection of Lonoke, Pulaski and Jefferson Counties in Arkansas, first reported to 911 by the Little Rock Airport and a Scott resident around 11:20 PM CST on Thursday, March 9, 2000.
Red X marks area of mysterious fires at the intersection of Lonoke, Pulaski and Jefferson Counties in Arkansas, first reported to 911 by the Little Rock Airport and a Scott resident around 11:20 PM CST on Thursday, March 9, 2000.

March 16, 2000  Scott, Arkansas - The mystery of unexplained fires about 25 miles southeast of Little Rock, Arkansas might actually be related to a fiery bolide that apparently came down and evaporated north of Austin around 8:30 PM CST, March 9th. I interviewed one eyewitness from Cabot, Arkansas today who wishes to remain anonymous, but told me, "It was 8:25 p.m. We were on Stagecoach Road and Highway 38 outside Old Austin. We started driving down the road heading home and I looked over at my husband and right there to his left, I could see out of nowhere running parallel with us on the road was what we thought at first was a small airplane on fire."

 

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