Some sort of jets practicing for an air show broke the sound barrier at a very low altitude in Tucson, Arizona. This in turn blew out windows in a strip mall.
A witness says:
“It sounded much like an earthquake…everything shook all at once unlike anything I’ve ever experienced living in Tucson my whole life.
A local Air Force Base has taken responsibility. The article is here.
Of course we just had another incident with jets breaking the sound barrier in the UK. The jets in that case were intercepting a helicopter transmitting a distress signal. Here is the supposed video Typhoon jet on course.
I try to stay away from conspiracy ideas but in this case, it’s a bit strange don’t you think? What are the chances that within a few days of each other that sonic booms occurred over two major cities in the US and UK. Sonic booms do not happen every day. I’m not saying it wasn’t caused by jets but I am saying it’s hard to believe it’s a mere coincidence. Sonic booms are illegal over populated areas. Why would these jets do this? Was it really an accident? Does the military make these sort of mistakes?
Also keep in mind another boom was reported over San Diego on the same day without jets. All coincidences?
I think in this case it might be worth mentioning this article here. I can’t find a truly legitimate source for the story but here it is. Take it for what it is.
At 5am Easter Sunday in Costa Del Sol, Spain, witnesses are claiming that low-flying jets were chasing a UFO. The object was described as long and thin with flashing lights and it made a strange humming noise. Perhaps a drone? According to the article, military exercises aren’t allowed over populated areas.
From the article:
One British reader, who asked to remain anonymous, told the paper this weekend: “It was terrifying. They were clearly tailing this strange-looking craft.
It has been suggested by various conspiracy sites that the helicopter being pursued in the UK was really a UFO. Many reason the response was overkill. Does a highjacked helicopter call for two Typhoon jets?