Mysterious bright light in the sky blamed for circle of fire

March 5, 2013TASMANIA Tasmanian police and firefighters are unable to explain the source of a beam of light which reportedly fell from the sky and formed a circle of fire in a Hobart suburb. Early Saturday morning police and fire crews received calls from concerned residents in Carnegie Street at Claremont, who reported seeing a bright light igniting a fire in a nearby paddock. Tasmania Fire Service officer Scott Vinen says the blaze was quickly put out, leaving an obvious burnt patch. He says the bizarre incident has everyone baffled. “Once we put the fire out, we kind of walked through the fire and tried to find something,” he said. “We thought a flare or something may have landed there, but we couldn’t find any cause.” The Fire Service says it will not investigate further. –
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18 Responses to Mysterious bright light in the sky blamed for circle of fire

  1. Chris says:

    Lets see, depressed area, circular burn pattern, bright light just prior to noticing fire. This is a no brainer. Meteorite. The Tasmanian Fire Service cannot figure this one out? Hmm.


  2. mrsotto says:

    I am thinking this is a laser experiment which could lead people to believe the antichrist can send lightening bolts down from the heavens……


  3. John says:

    Exactly – meteorite ! However, we will be seeing more and more of this as time passes. Anyone can notice the frequency now. But, soon everyone will be concerned about the future frequency of these events. We are moving into a zone of higher density of space debris within our own galactic system. At least, that is what Spock told me.


  4. nanoduck says:

    I am thinking of inventing a steel umbrella to deflect falling meteorites. I could probably sell millions of them in the near future, along with the emergency Zombie Invasion survivial kit. Yeah, weather forecast for tomorrow…”rain and hailstones mixed with fire.”


  5. Irene C says:

    The first thing I thought of is a meteorite, but then I was thinking; wouldn’t someone have heard some kind of noise? And do we know how many people really witnessed this? Maybe someone is fabricating a hoax. But to say that the Fire Service will not investigate further, that leaves too many questions unanswered.


  6. Lois says:

    How intriguing! If the investigators walked he field, wouldn’t they have noticed meteorite debris, even if it was tiny tiny?


  7. yvonne wells says:

    if this were indeed a meteorite impact site, there would be some sort of earthen debris scattered about the outlying area..upon close examination of the photograph, i find none…in fact, the indention of the landscape appears to be nothing more than a naturally occurring depression of the ground..witnesses have described a “beam” of light rather than a “streak” of light, which would have been more typical of a for me, this appears to be a rather excing, allbeit spooky mystery that deserves a much deeper look..


  8. Nancy says:

    So first rivers were showing red, then huge hailstones in India, locusts in Cairo, sound familiar? I believe it was meteorites that rained down on Sodom and Gomorrah? It honestly does seem like we are literally living Revelation. Honeybees dying could lead to famine, it all makes spooky sense, yet science explains it all. Yeah, right.


  9. pagan66 says:

    Many strange things happen in Australia – especially in ancient & mysteriousTassie. I’m going to speak to some of my aboriginal mates and find out if there is any Dreamtime explanation for this. At the risk of being ridiculed I need to tell of an unsettling experience I had recently which is still bothering me. I live in South Australia and about a month ago, my boyfriend & I went out for a drive about 1.30am to watch a massive electrical storm boiling far to the North of us. We both noticed two distinct orange lights in the East quite close by. They hovered and moved very slowly and what seemed like molten wax or a huge spark dropped off the closer one. They moved in a westerly direction & then suddenly disappeared. There was absolutely no sound to them, they werent flares & from what I can surmise of meteorites they moved far too slowly to be one. I also felt an overwhelming feeling of revulsion toward them & that’s not usually the case when I look at the natural world & all it’s mysteries, whatever they were didnt make me feel good. I’ve never seen anything like them before. This is a smallish town, no major aircraft traffic at that hour & aircrafts & choppers make noise, especially that early in the morning in the bush. Wasnt St. Elmo’s Fire either. Funny thing is, we werent the only people to see them, we know of another four people who did also. Wondering if anyone else has seen the same thing.



    • Brendon says:

      *ridicule* – j/k i couldn’t help myself 😉


    • Jim Randall says:

      Actually , here in New Zealand , there are similar orange / orange-red light sightings going on right now. Some have even been seen and reported by NZ army personnel as well as experienced aircraft / helicopter pilots…


  10. tony says:

    Perhaps a test of a space based directed energy weapon?


  11. This one is simple; there was a gathering of protesting ants, which were taken out by a government~ satellite~ space weapon.


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