After the closure of London Gatwick airport on Thursday of last week, British authorities are searching for the guilty at any costs. But, there is just one little issue. The Sussex police were compelled to certify that the event was unrelated to drones.
As we progressed in Esoteric and Paranormal World, late Wednesday evening, Gatwick Airport closed after being notified of the supposed presence of a drone near one of the runways. But, just when it looked that this was a standard safety closure, another mystery unmanned aircraft emerged. (Gatwick airport has been closed)
From that point forward, there were scores of sightings, and each time the airport was set to reopen, the mysterious devices resurfaced. According to the authorities, the disruption of aviation traffic was intentional. The British Ministry of Defense acknowledged the deployment of a specialist team to control the situation and test a new weapon known as 'Drone Dome', which kills communications from drones using a laser from up to two kilometers away. The Sussex police were unable to handle the problem. Last but not least, a couple was arrested on Friday in relation to the drone incident; they were released on Sunday without charge and without suspicion of involvement in the Gatwick event. (Gatwick airport has been closed)
Indeed, this is an exceptional occurrence and a major disgrace for British authorities. Hence, if they are not drones, what is the true cause for the shutdown of the United Kingdom's second-busiest airport? The solution is included in a video showing a UFO at Gatwick airport on December 20. (Gatwick airport has been closed)
UFO over Gatwick
A peculiar video reveals the true cause of the drone activity at Gatwick airport that caused turmoil last week. Chris Waite captured a widely shared video from the North Terminal of the airport showing what looks to be a bizarre disc-shaped object hovering over the airport. As the camera wanders around the airstrip, the silver disc looks immobile in the left-hand cloud cover. (Gatwick airport has been closed)
"As viewed from the North Terminal at Gatwick Airport on December 20, 2018 at 12:35 a.m., the unmanned aircraft is still on the loose, but I have not seen it." "I have been informed that the track will not open until 4:00 p.m.," the video's caption states.
Once the video was shared on local networks, a variety of explanations and remarks arose to explain the occurrence. And there were those who said that the photographs plainly demonstrated that the event had nothing to do with drones and that the British government used the name "drone" to conceal the fact that they were UFO sightings so as not to cause panic at the airport or anywhere else in the globe. In addition, they stated that if it were a drone, they would have identified the perpetrators and destroyed the equipment. (Gatwick airport has been closed)
Together with this film, additional prints depicting a mysterious, extremely brilliant object passing across the night sky were also displayed near Gatwick Airport. The limited battery life of drones makes it impossible for them to remain in the air for an extended period of time, and the lack of flashing lights on the unusual item ruled out helicopters as well.
All of this appears to prove the idea articulated by Steve Timewell, editor of Drone User Magazine, during an interview on the British radio station Talk radio. He said that UFO sightings had harmed Gatwick airport. (Gatwick airport has been closed)
"As with other allegations of drones, we have yet to see visual verification that these aircraft are unmanned," Timewell added. Until further notice, we should refer to this event as a UFO sighting involving an unidentified flying object.
While the majority of surfers stated that Chris Waite's video depicts an extraterrestrial UFO, doubters said that it may be a ceiling light reflected in the window or an alien cloud shaped like a flying saucer. The typical justifications.
What are your thoughts? Is it an unidentified flying object of alien origin? A ceiling light or a cloud reflected in the window? What reason do you have for the shutdown of Gatwick airport when officials stated that no drones were present?