“It didn’t look like an airplane or one of those jets. It was big, super slow and RED!!”
— Bebe Kang, in a Facebook post, March 19, 2019, 8:23 PM, Anchorage, Alaska
March 27, 2019 Anchorage, Alaska – On Tuesday night, March 19, 2019, a strange, falling object was videotaped in vertical mode on an iPhone by Adonus Baugh. He submitted his video to KTVA, Chanel 11 (CBS) in Anchorage and the station highlighted it on March 21, 2019, in a news story: “ ‘Falling’ Object in Anchorage Skies Caught On Video.”
The video begins with the voices of Adonus Baugh and a woman who asks, “You see that? It’s something falling.” Mr. Baugh agrees, “Yeah, definitely falling.” And yet, when you watch this iPhone video below, the strange, long, cylinder-shaped object does not seem to be moving downward much. It appears to be almost floating.
iPhone Video: Strange “Falling” Cylinder Over Anchorage, Alaska
Close-up iPhone video/audio of strange “falling” object by Adonus Baugh, March 19, 2019, near 8:23 PM local time, over Anchorage, Alaska. To view larger video, click full screen icon in bottom-right of above video.
PLAY VIDEO ( :42 )
Voice 1: “Did you see that? It’s something falling.”
Voice 2: “It looks like a space shuttle.”
Voice 1: “Something definitely falling.”
(Sound of light blinker ticking in car)
Voice 2: “What is that?”
Voice 1: “I don’t know what that is. I hope it’s not a plane.”
Voice 2: “It’s definitely not sky writing, that’s for damn sure. It’s like something …”
Voice 1: “It’s going straight down. … Now there’s some fire on the end of it. You see it?”
Voice 2: “Uh huh (yes).”
Voice 1: “I’m going to get close. It looks like a plane dropping. I hope not.”
KTVA-TV contacted the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson AFB spokesperson Erin Eaton to ask if any JBER aircraft were in flight near Anchorage near 8:23 PM local time on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. There are many different aircraft that operate from that air base, including F-22 Raptor stealth fighters, C-130 Hercules, C-17 Globemaster III transports and E-3 Sentry AWACS command jets. Ms. Eaton said about the strange cylindrical object in the video, “That doesn’t look like any of our planes.”
The Federal Aviation Administration went even further to say that the object in the video was not an aircraft.
If anyone has more information about this strange aerial object over Anchorage, Alaska, on Tuesday, March 19, 2019, please email: [email protected]. All requests for anonymity are honored.
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