Friday, March 21, 2014

Mysterious plume in NM still baffling people - video

A mysterious plume that showed up on National Weather Service radars is still puzzling people. The radars first picked up the plume in Socorro County Monday evening, then went east into Texas and Oklahoma. The weather service offices in El Paso and Albuquerque didn't know what caused it, so KOB Eyewitness News 4 called White Sands Missile Range. Officials there didn't know what it was. KOB also called Holloman and Cannon Air Force bases. They were both just as baffled as everyone else. For now, the mystery remains.

Here's the KOB video report:


Anonymous said...

Just as mysterious: Why do otherwise rational people still expect any government agency to tell the truth about anything?

Frank DuBois said...

Great comment...hadn't had a good laugh all day...until now. Thanks