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Texas Pilot Has a Run In With “Super Fast” UFO, Snaps Strange Photo


On March 17th, a photograph was snapped from the cockpit of a Cessna aircraft that appears to show a UFO zipping over the runway.

The image was captured by the co-pilot of 41 year old Eddie Miles. The San Antone native and his friend were preparing for their final decent into Port Aransas airport when they decided to snap a couple of photos.

The strange shaped object was not spotted initially, but discovered later that day as Miles looked through the photographs at a nearby restaurant. Out of the multiple photos snapped during the decent, only a handful of them showed the strange shape hovering in the sky.

Some are criticizing the image saying it’s nothing more than a camera malfunction, but Eddie Miles thinks there might be another explanation about the bizarre image.

“Somebody told me it might have been moving at a speed only the camera shutter could catch,” he explained to Ken 5 News.

According to air traffic controllers, there was no sign of a disturbance in the air field and so far, there has been no news of other possible witnesses to the March 17th sighting.

What do you think of the image? Have you spotted any strange craft of your own? Let us know! Tweet us @WhoForted, drop us a line on our official Facebook page, or leave a comment below!

Dana Matthews
Dana Newkirk is a co-creator and regular contributor to WF? 'Zine. Dana hosted the internationally syndicated television series The Girly Ghost Hunters, which originally aired on the Space Channel in Canada. It was pretty terrible. If you so choose, you can catch the reruns on Sunday mornings around 4:30am on channel 44. Her main interests lie within the genre of vintage fringe, though she has been known to stand awkwardly in the background of many Who Forted videos.
Dana Matthews


  1. Larry Sessions

    03/27/2013 at 1:03 PM

    This has nothing to do with the “UFO” (which looks a lot like an ordinary contrail to me), but strictly speaking it is Port Aransas, not Port Arkansas. And a native would be more likely to refer to “San Antone,” rather than “San Antoine.” Just sayin’…

    • Greg Newkirk

      03/27/2013 at 1:08 PM

      Ah, thanks for the correction, Larry! We’ll get it fixed!

  2. Coppertop

    03/27/2013 at 6:55 PM

    Just looks like a cloud to me.

  3. hidflect

    03/29/2013 at 7:01 AM



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