Loud Boom and 3-D Radar of Mysterious Aerial Object in NW Louisiana

“Hardly anyone believes the cover story of a bunker explosion.”

- Shreveport, Louisiana Resident

 

At approximately 11:28 PM Central on Monday, October 15, 2012, the Shreveport, Louisiana, National Weather Service captured “a mystery object flying” on radar allegedly moving from Bossier City suburb (green circle lower left) northeast across I-20 near Haughton to Dixie Inn (red circle upper right) near Minden as reported by residents - or Webster more north as reported by KTBS-TV. There was also a loud, house-shaking boom. After the weather radar of the mysterious moving aerial object had been broadcast several times on local KTBS-TV news, by the morning of Tuesday, October 16, the explanation offered to the public was “a large bunker explosion near the border of the Camp Minden Army Ammunition Plant” 30 miles northeast of Shreveport.
At approximately 11:28 PM Central on Monday, October 15, 2012, the Shreveport, Louisiana, National Weather Service captured “a mystery object flying” on radar allegedly moving from Bossier City suburb (green circle lower left) northeast across I-20 near Haughton to Dixie Inn (red circle upper right) near Minden as reported by residents - or Webster more north as reported by KTBS-TV. There was also a loud, house-shaking boom. After the weather radar of the mysterious moving aerial object had been broadcast several times on local KTBS-TV news, by the morning of Tuesday, October 16, the explanation offered to the public was “a large bunker explosion near the border of the Camp Minden Army Ammunition Plant” 30 miles northeast of Shreveport.

October 17, 2012  Webster Parish, Northeast of Shreveport, Louisiana - Yesterday on October 16, 2012, I received the fax immediately below, followed by emails from the same Shreveport, Louisiana, resident.

"ATTN:  Giant UFO crashes in NW Louisiana. Something crashed in Dixie Inn (Webster Parish) last night. Local ABC news affiliate KTBS-TV showed radar images of the object crossing south to north over I-20 between the Bossier/Webster County (Parish) line and a town called Dixie Inn in Louisiana. Call me (Louisiana resident land, cell and fax numbers)."

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