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More reports of strange sky phenomena in the area of Billings



Billings, Montana – Many tales of strange happenings over Billings have appeared in the last few days after the city experienced an unusual month filled with unusual sightings in the sky.

On Thursday, Cassie Favero reported seeing something over the West End of Billings that she is still unable to explain.

“I tried to take pictures of it. I don’t know how to explain it really, but it was not like anything I had ever seen in the sky before. It was coming down fast, and by the time I got home, it was already dissipated. I just want to know what’s going on. I think like everybody, everybody is looking at the sky a lot more lately,” said Favero on Friday.

Those strange sightings, which have frequently been refuted, yet appear to raise more questions than they do answers.

On February 2, information of the Chinese surveillance balloon over Montana became widely known.

After that, another video quickly gained international attention 24 hours later.

“Not sure what it was, not sure what I saw. But I did see something, I did hear something, and I did experience something,” said Billings resident Dolly Moore on Friday.

After shooting this widely shared video of an unusual object in the sky, Moore was catapulted into the public eye.

Moore also claims that since the release of the video, she has been the target of mockery, therefore the latest sightings have felt almost relieving.

“It must’ve been at least 10 people that have sent me DM messages that say, ‘this is what I saw, this is what I saw’. Just to validate my claims that something did happen is nice,” added Moore.

Although there have been many theories, MSU-Billings Professor Dan Willem believes that there may be a simple reason.

“In terms of these that have shown up in the last three days, I think what we’re looking at is a contrail that was disrupted by air currents,” said Willem, an assistant professor of biochemistry, on Friday.

Something that appears to have become worse recently.”Is this going to be a daily occurrence of something now? I don’t know why Montana, but it seems like Montana is the hotspot,” Moore said.


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