Sean Hannity Sean Hannity
7:00pm - 10:00pm
The Sean Hannity Show

Contact Me

My Blog

Infinite Menus, Copyright 2006, OpenCube Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Custom Search
October 20, 2014, 9:07 pm
Greg Bishop Contact Greg Bishop



Morning-drive news anchor and reporter, Greg Bishop also hosts Bishop On Air, Weekdays from 10 to noon, CST.

My Pages:

UFO sighting in Springfield

I rarely talk about UFO's ... but ...

Apparently there were some tourists checking out some Lincoln sites while flying around in an unidentified flying object checking--also known as a UFO.  I first saw a message posted to Facebook about a UFO sighting early this morning.  I then saw a Facebook friend post some pictures.  You can see the pictures below:


Photos reportedly from Mike Pratt

Photos reportedly from Mike Pratt


I talked with one of the witnesses to the UFO.  Tim Day tells me that he is not a UFO guy ... he doesn't obsess about this stuff.  He claims to have seen a large triangular object floating over South East High School in Springfield between 12:30 and 3 am Wednesday morning.  Day says that the object made some bizarre sounds like what you'd hear off in the distance after a crash at a race like the Daytona 500.  He also said that the object would ascend and descend rapidly.  Day also says that at that time of day there are typically helicopters flying around.  He didn't see any other aircraft overnight.  After calling around to various officials with radar equipment and even making a call to the Springfield Police Department, Day said he took to Facebook where he found some friends reporting they witnesses something similar. 


Now, I did talk with a deputy chief with Springfield Police and he told me that there wasn't a flux of calls talking about unidentified flying objects.  He also said "Bishop, I'm starting to question your sanity."  Me too, Deputy Chief ... me too.


Is this a legitimate UFO sighting?  I don't know.  One thing I will say is I don't believe in "extraterrestrials."  I do believe in unidentified flying objects as they are defined: objects that are unidentified and flying.  When it comes to the possibility of some kind of "disclosure" this satirical cartoon always comes to mind.



Whatever you make of this, one thing's for sure--there's rarely a dull moment in Springfield!

News Video

On Air Video

Facebook Fans

LinkedUpRadio Envisionwise Web Services