Aviation authority unable to identify mystery blue UFO that ‘crashed’ in Hawaii

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A dazzling UFO that appeared to “crash land” into the sea off the coast of Hawaii has still not been identified after a report by the Federal Aviation Authority was released.

Hawaiian local Moriah, along with countless other residents, noticed the strange blue light hovering above her home in Oahu on December 29, 2020.

She claimed the object eventually disappeared into the sea before a second white light appeared and followed a similar path.

Grainy footage of the night sky shows a blue light streaking through the sky – before it appears to drop onto the horizon.

The Hawaiian was so freaked out by what she saw that she called 911 but when police arrived, they too were reportedly “at a loss” to explain it.

They then contacted the US’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to determine whether any of their aircraft was in the sky at the time.

John Greenewald, who runs investigative site The Black Vault, sent a Freedom of Information request to the FAA for their report on the incident.

He received their response on April 12 and it was clear in the documents that they are still at a loss to describe the object.

In the “Air Traffic Mandatory Occurrence Report”, the organization says there was no active training in the area at the time and it was not possible that a pilot had “deviated”.

A brief summary reads: “Honolulu Police Department called to ask if we were missing any A/C (aircraft). Someone from Nanakuli called them and said there is a possible downed A/C 300 yards off shore. I checked with the H controller and we are not missing any A/C.”

The inability to identify the object by authorities has led to a new hive of speculation online.

Some said they were “not surprised” the FAA were unable to explain what the object was as the “video was very odd”.

But many others suggest it may simply have been an LED kite.

“Seen a lot of LED kite comparisons and it definitely resembles one,” one added.

Another suggested: “It was a Chinese balloon on fire that accidentally got snagged by a small commercial drone. No mystery.”

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  • UFO
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