Foo Fighter Eye-Witness Accounts
The first sightings of the foo fighters occurred in 1944, when pilots flying over Germany by night reporting scene fast moving round glowing objects following aircraft. The objects were variously described as fiery and glowing red, white, or orange. Some pilots described them as resembling Christmas tree lights and reported that they seem to toy with the aircraft, making wide turns before simply vanished. Pilots and air crew reported that the objects flew formation with there aircraft and behaved as if they were intelligence control, but never displayed hostile behavior. Two English gunners and both of them watched strange balls of light which they thought to be an altitude of 4,000 to 5,000 feet, as it followed them for the next hour. Finally the Ball of light just disappeared. Seven years later Feb. 26, 1942, William Jay. Methodist underwent an equally weird experience while aboard a ship in the Timor Sea near New Guinea. In 1946 the World War 2 was at way and allied bomber aircraft were on a night raid over Germany. The dark all – enveloping night outside of the cockpit and then suddenly attacked by a shining light, a fiery ball which goes across in front of the aircraft and seems to stay in formation on it’s starboard wing. The scared pilot tried to take avoiding action by steering his plane through the skies with a bunch of twist and turns but the light suddenly disappeared. Sightings from 1941 in the Indian Ocean were very similar to some later Foo Fighters reports.
How they got their name.
The Foo Fighters got their name by the general spherical, circular, disc-like, or wedged shaped “bogies”. Sometimes it was said that it glowed or shined and reflected a high degree of illumination seen mostly by WWII pilot or flight crews. They usually paralleled or followed aircraft and were seen by aviators on all sides of action being reported by Americans, British, Germans, and Japanese crews. No Foo Fighter were known, however, for their high rate of speed and agility, being extremely maneuverable, often exhibiting highly unconventional abilities such as instantaneous acceleration and deceleration rapid climbing and descent, and hovering in place. Witnesses say that the Foo Fighters were secret weapons employed by the enemy.
Scientific Explanations
Foo Fighters means allies and Foo fighters was suppose to be a UFO that was seen by an air plane pilot. He saw two orange glowing balls in the dark black sky see stared at it for a while. Then he tried to get away from it and it kept on following it. He went in to a nose dive and lost it and didn’t seem to spot it any were. When he returned he told everyone about it and they thought it was weird and reason behind it is it was probably caused by hallucination because he was flying over 10,000 feet over enemy territory. The Americans thought it was a special weapons made from the Germans. The Americans were keeping watch in the sky.
The explanation to be a reflection off of something high than the person that was flying the plane. It could have been from a light from the ground shining off of the wings or a light shinning in the sky. An air plane crew saw a disc following them in the sky and it never fired at them it never tried to get closer. People think it was caused by pleasure because if you were in a war zone you would a nervous breakdown. There’s a thing called St. Elmo’s fire is caused by an electrical force of energy caused by gas and plasma. The explanation is the object around it is by a chemical called ionization of the air molecules. St. Elmo’s fire is a scientific explanation of Foo Fighter. The light generated by ionized particles.
Illogical Explanations
It has been pointed out that some of the foo fighters closely resemble those of balls of lightning. People said that foo fighters were a Nazi secret weapon. A form of ground-launched automatically guided jet-propelled flak mine called fuerball, fireball in German. The balls of lightning were mainly orange and would appear out of nowhere and play tag with the aircraft for up to forty minutes. They were not hallucinations, being in some cases seen by the entire crew of a Lancaster bomber crew. They were not reflections as they were seen from many angles or from two planes at once. So people will say they are unidentified flying objects or U.F.Os, but we don’t know yet.
England entered the war long before the U.S. What became known as Foo Fighters were reported by the British as early as September 1941, with regular sightings by all sides continuing, except for a several month lull in 1943, throughout the war? On the U.S. side, although sightings occurred periodically before the deployment of P-61 Black Widows in Europe, it was the night fighter pilots of Black Widows that were among the first American military men to regularly report seeing Foo Fighters, saying "unknown objects" followed or paralleled their planes and glowed in the dark. It is said the night fighters shot at them a few times, but the fire was never returned. It is also thought it was the pilots of the Black Widows that finally gave the UFOs the nickname that stuck: "Foo-Fighters," a term picked up from the then popular Smokey Stove comic strip.
The first sightings of the Foo fighters occurred in1944, when pilots flying over Germany by night reported seeing fast moving round glowing objects following their aircraft. The objects were variously described as fiery and glowing red, white, or orange. Some pilots described them as resembling Christmas tree lights and reported that they seemed to toy with the aircraft, making wild turns before simply vanishing. Pilots and air crew reported that the objects flew formation with there aircraft and behaved as if under intelligent control, but never displayed hostile behavior. Two English gunners and both of them watched strange balls of light which they saw to be an altitude of 4,000 to 5,000 feet, as it fallowed them for the next hour.
Finally the thing just disappeared. Seven years later Feb. 26, 1942, William J. Methorst underwent an equally weird experience while aboard a ship in the Timor Sea near New Guinea. Two English gunners and both of them watched strange balls of light which they saw to be an altitude of 4,000 to 5,000 feet, as it fallowed them for the next hour. Finally the thing just disappeared. In 1946 the second World was at way and allied bomber aircraft were on a night raid over Germany. The dark all – enveloping night outside of the cockpit and then suddenly attacked by a shining light, a fiery ball which goes across in front of the aircraft and seems to stay in formation on it’s starboard wing. The scared pilot tried to take avoiding action by steering his plane through the skies with a bunch of twist and turns but the light suddenly disappeared. Sightings from 1941 in the Indian Ocean were very similar to some later foo fighter’s reports.