Man Discovers Flying Saucer in His Photo of a B52.

Location of Sighting: Choctaw, Oklahoma
Date of Sighting: April 21, 2016
Time of Sighting: 3:47 PM CDT

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DISK SHAPED CRAFT FOUND IN BACKGROUND OF PHOTO OF B52 AIRCRAFT.

DISK SHAPED CRAFT FOUND IN BACKGROUND OF PHOTO OF B52 AIRCRAFT.

Description: I snapped a picture of two saucers that seemed located north of SE 15TH in Choctaw, Oklahoma three days ago. This is what really happened. I snapped a picture of a B52 and when I expanded the picture to single out the airplane, I also found two saucers on the same picture, but they were a bit farther from the airplane. The attached pictures show the same saucer which was much better recognizable.

Note: The witness sent the edited photos just showing the disk shaped object. The original photos have been requested. Updates will be posted. The B52 was probably dispatched from Tinker AFB which is only a few miles South of Choctaw, OK.

Update – April 24, 2016: The witness has refused to provide the original photos. This doesn’t mean that the photo is a hoax, but it makes his report more questionable.

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4 Responses to Man Discovers Flying Saucer in His Photo of a B52.

  1. Jack L. Metcalfe says:

    Probably insects close to the camera or birds at a distance. It would be interesting, however, to see the whole photo, with the B-52 included.

    The only B-52 units are located at Minot AFB, ND (5th Bomb Wing) & Barksdale AFB, LA (2nd Bomb Wing & 307th Bomb Wing-Reserves). Barksdale is also home of Global Strike Command, which has overall command of the heavy bomber forces, including the B-52, B-1B & B-2.

    • Administrator says:

      Hi:

      Thanks for your comments. Yes, you are right that Minot AFB houses B52’s. I did some checking and B52’s have landed at Tinker. I had thought that B1’s were stationed at Whiteman AFB in Missouri. The witness refused to provide the original photos showing the B52. This certainly leads to more questions regarding the report. Many witnesses want money for their photos. The witness did not state a reason for refusing to provide the original photo.

  2. Jack L. Metcalfe says:

    I agree with you on the refusal to supply the original photo, it raises red flags for me, too. Having the B-52 in the photo might give us a rough idea of the object’s size.

    Just for your information, there are a couple of B-1B Lancer bombers with a test unit, maybe at Edwards AFB, I can’t recall off the top of my head. The remaining 62 B-1B aircraft are at Dyess AFB, TX (7th Bomb Wing) and Ellsworth AFB, SD (28th Bomb Wing). The B-2 Spirit bombers are assigned to Whiteman AFB, MO. The production contract for the new B-21 LRSB (Long Range Strike Bomber) was awarded to Northrop Grumman in February. It is similar to the B-2 in appearance. I wonder if it will set off any UFO reports when it’s in service? B-21 link: http://www.af.mil/News/ArticleDisplay/tabid/223/Article/673784/air-force-reveals-b-21-long-range-strike-bomber.aspx

    • Administrator says:

      Thanks much for your insight on military operations and for the link. I get Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine to try to keep up with the newest military craft, but I don’t always have time to read it. I don’t understand why the witness couldn’t have at least sent the photo of the alleged B52 with the object? He could have sent an edited copy and retained the original.

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