What Launched from Whidbey Island, Washington, On Sunday, June 10, 2018?

“My good night cam picked up what appears to be a large missile launch on Whidbey Island on Sunday AM.” – Greg Johnson, Skunk Bay Weather

June 14, 2018  Albuquerque, New MexicoAt 3:56 AM Pacific on Sunday, June 10, 2018, the image below was snapped by a high-quality, 20-second exposure camera run by the Skunk Bay Weather Service in Whidbey Island, Washington. Greg Johnson works there and was reviewing the camera images from the previous hours when he came to this one — a bright orange glow around a blast of whitish-yellow light rising in the early morning darkness beneath what looks like a grey missile.

3:56 AM Pacific Time early Sunday morning, June 10, 2018 - This image was snapped by a high-quality, 20-second exposure camera on the Kitsap Peninsula operated by the Skunk Bay Weather office where employee Greg Johnson discovered the unexplained photo.
3:56 AM Pacific Time early Sunday morning, June 10, 2018 – This image was snapped by a high-quality, 20-second exposure camera on the Kitsap Peninsula operated by the Skunk Bay Weather office where employee Greg Johnson discovered the unexplained photo. Click for enlargement.

Greg Johnson called the Naval Air Station of Whidbey Island and asked NAS spokesperson Tom Mills if the military had launched a missile. But Mills said, “No.” Mills confirmed there was no operational missile launch facility on the Navy base at Whidbey, Island. He said his Navy colleagues wondered what the object was themselves. “There’s a lot of speculation around here,” he told Q13-FOX News. “But it’s definitely not a missile launch. I’ve seen a lot of stuff, but nothing like this.”

It is 41 miles from Clinton on the south end of Whidbey Island up to Ault Field and the Naval Air Station in the north. NAS Whidbey Island is 93 miles northwest of Seattle, Washington.
Original Skunk Bay Weather image of unknown, unidentified, missile-looking object rising above Whidbey Island, Washington, on Sunday, June 10, 2018, after 3:56 AM image discovered in "high-quality, 20-second exposure camera" by SBW's Greg Johnson. Image released on Q13 FOX-TV News.
Skunk Bay Weather image released on Q13 FOX-TV News. Unknown, unidentified, missile-looking object rising above Whidbey Island, Washington’s Kitsap Peninsula, on Sunday, June 10, 2018, after 3:56 AM image discovered in “high-quality, 20-second exposure camera” by SBW’s Greg Johnson.

So what launched from Whidbey Island, Washington, on Sunday, June 10, 2018, at 3:56 AM Pacific? If any viewers have information, please email:  [email protected]

Also see:

08-14-2015 – Mysterious, Silent Explosion in the Sky Over Port Townsend, Washington

03-15-2013 – Cow Mutilation On Whidbey Island, Washington


More Information:

02-28-2012 – Strange Sounds in Washington State
08-02-2011 – Updated 082711: Recent Deer and Half-Cat Mutilations
10-12-2010 – Part 2: History of Half-Cat Mutilations
06-17-2009 – Update June 12, 2009: At Least 28 Cat Mutilations Since May 14, 2009, in Southern Florida
04-09-2007 – More Cat Mutilations – This Time in Corpus Christi, Texas
08-22-2005 – More Half Cat Reports: San Jose and Seattle
07-14-2005 – More Half Cat Mutilations in Seattle, Washington Region
09-01-2004 – Updated: More About Loud, Unidentified Aerial Sounds

Websites:

“Strange ‘explosion’ turns night to day in the Urals,” November 18, 2014, The Sibertian Times: http://siberiantimes.com/other/others/news/n0021-strange-explosion-turns-night-to-day-in-the-urals/

“Anyone for some Arctic roll? Mystery as spiral blue light display hovers above Norway,” December 10, 2009, U. K. Daily Mail:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1234430/Mystery-spiral-blue-light-display-hovers-Norway.html

2009 Norwegian Spiral Anomaly in Night Sky:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2009_Norwegian_spiral_anomaly


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