A report from NewsNation.com says that just three days before a Chinese spy balloon appeared over the U.S., and before four other unidentified objects were intercepted in North America, an unidentified flying object was seen over the Arctic Circle, with fighter jets being sent to take the object down. It was a different UFO than the one shot down north of Prudhoe Bay on Feb. 10.
Ross Coulthart, reporting for NewsNation, raises question whether the country has been given the full story about the series of UFOs, also sometimes referred to as unidentified anomalous phenomena, or UAPs.
Some incidents were reported publicly, including the well-known one involving the giant Chinese spy balloon that floated across the entire continent and was finally shot down by U.S. fighter jets while over the Atlantic Ocean east of South Carolina.
But evidently the Feb. 10 Arctic UFO was not the only one in the neighborhood in February.
“Three days before a Chinese spy balloon appeared over the U.S., an unidentified object was seen over the Arctic Circle, with fighter jets being sent to take the object down, sources told NewsNation,” the reporter wrote.
“The defense and intelligence sources said eight or nine unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) were detected over the Arctic Circle, and fighter jets were sent up in an unsuccessful attempt to intercept them,” the report said.
Read what happened at this link.
Coulthart is an Australian investigative journalist who specializes in writing about UFOs.