LISTEN HERE: Pilots Say Lake Huron ‘Octagonal’ Object is ‘Not Balloon’ in Just-Released Cockpit Audio

Cockpit audio of pilots trying to figure out what the unidentified object over Lake Huron has been released.

The audio was authenticated by the US Airforce.

The US military decommissioned another “object” over Lake Huron on Sunday.

The Pentagon said the ‘octagon-shaped’ object shot down on Sunday likely fell into Canadian waters on Lake Huron.

No debris has been recovered.

“I wouldn’t really call it a balloon… I don’t know what… I can see it outside with my eyes,” one pilot said. “It’s so slow and so small you can’t see it.”

“It’s just some kind of dark object. You can see some strings or something hanging down below it. I can’t tell if it’s holding anything,” the pilot said.


Full audio:

Pilots who shot down the mysterious ‘high-altitude’ over Alaska say it ‘interfered with their sensors.’

The ‘object’ shot down over Alaska on Friday entered US airspace before it was detected, a senior US official told Fox News.

The fighter jet employed an AIM-9X to take down the object.

Pilots gave differing reports on what they experienced and observed, according to a report by CNN.

Some pilots said the object interfered with their sensors.

Other pilots said they observed no identifiable propulsion and couldn’t explain how the object was staying in the air.

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