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You know I never thought of this before, but even though it didn't look like a threat, I found more info, where was homeland security, for all we know it could be spraying chemicals all over the valley, here is more info I got;

The UFO hovered 10-15 feet off the ground in front of the FBI building before landing on the roof of the telecom's operations building. Then it cruised slowly over the Federal office building on it's way to the Questar gas offices. The Salt Lake Air Traffic control tower said they didn’t pick up the object on radar and had no knowledge of the craft. According to KUTV news, it "appeared to be 100 feet long", but to this reporter it appeared much smaller, perhaps 20 feet long and 2 feet in diameter. Could this be a shape-shifting craft?

The object had what appeared to be a propulsion system in it's tail end, but the mechanism was not moving....[Because the "UFO" was actually a toy blimp that ran out of battery.]

dawgjay, ATS 11 Comments [9/6/2011 3:19:52 AM]
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Percy Q. Shunn

9/6/2011 3:52:11 AM

Raised by Horses

No no no, you've got it all wrong. See, the aliens just want our cattle (and occasional hicks) to probe / mutilate / replace with a perfect replica etc. The government is charged with handling chemtrails. Get your conspiracies straight.

9/6/2011 4:14:16 AM


Occam's razor would be dulled by this shit.

9/6/2011 4:29:11 AM


Aliens are invading from the planet Goodyear!

9/6/2011 4:50:07 AM

J. James

To be fair, the toy blimp that ran out of power and was set adrift IS pretty damn freaky-looking. Here's a picture:

Yeah... Creepy, silent, unmarked metallic blimp that looks REALLY huge at a distance... But shape-shifting Hell Zeppelin it ain't.

If they had seen it under power, they'd be even more freaked out; it has a top speed of about 50 mph, pretty good for just a toy.

9/6/2011 7:49:39 AM

Brendan Rizzo

Because the "UFO" was actually a toy blimp that ran out of battery.


@ J. James:

Really? How huge are these toy blimps? I think they're a little dangerous to just be toys...

9/6/2011 10:24:05 AM

J. James

@Brendan Rizzo

They just look big because they're really skinny.

Anyway, you can expect the shit to hit the fan over these blimps in December because the Ogden, Utah Police Dept. just purchased one and outfitted it with two military-grade surveillance cameras and night vision.

9/6/2011 4:00:36 PM

Zeus Almighty

"You know I never thought of this before ..."

Neither have I. I wonder why? Oh yeah, I'm not fucking batchit insane.

9/6/2011 7:28:56 PM

J. James

Here's a video of the "UFO" in action. Unfortunately, the blimp does NOT shapeshift. Tragic.


This is a bit smaller than the Ogden Police version, and doesn't have the redundant gas chambers or cameras or anything you need for fighting crime from on high... but still pretty cool.

No word yet on whether they want to make the police blimp near-invisible like this one.

EDIT: Sorry, couldn't make the [youtube][/youtube] tag work. Seriously, though, you should watch the video. That's one acrobatic blimp.

9/6/2011 8:27:01 PM

Wow, you spent a lot of time thinking this.

9/7/2011 10:41:47 AM

J. James

Revisiting this, it strikes me that the first thing that comes to dawgjay's mind when differing reports of the blimp's size come in, he automatically assumes it shapeshifts. Makes you wonder...

dawgjay's date: "Hey baby, what's the matter down there?"

dawgjay: "UH NOTHING IT SHAPESHIFTS!! It was a lot bigger a second ago, I swear!!! Say, is your necklace made of Kryptonite?!! That must be it!!! Hahaha..."

dawgjay's date: *backs away slowly*

9/24/2011 10:01:36 PM

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