Latest Incident of UFOs Buzzing Power Plant Captured on Video In Alberta

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BREAKING NEWS
Incidents of UFOs suddenly appearing near or over power plants are common and many of them have been documented over the years.

Some speculate that the UFOs visit such plants and power stations to charge up their power sources, or in the cases when they visit Nuclear power plants — they might be monitoring them.

Below is a video, courtesy of a Reddit user, whose brother-in-law captured the latest incident of such an event on his cellphone, which occurred on Jun. 22, 2022, near the  Brazeau Dam and hydroelectric plant in Alberta Canada.

I cropped this 12-second video to make it easier to see the first 2 and then 3 white orbs that paid a visit to this area. They appear and disappear at will. So far, no official identification or explanation has been given for them or their presence in the area:
Another Incident of UFOs and Power Stations
Security Guards Issued Shotguns to Shoot Down UFO Buzzing Nuclear Power Plant
Video Included

Incidents of UFOs encroaching the airspace of nuclear reactors have been occurring for decades and officials have been denying and downplaying them — hoping the public will forget about them and stop asking questions.  In this troubling, documented case, not only did a huge, diamond-shaped UFO penetrate the reactor’s restricted airspace, it turned off its security systems!

Thanks to archives of detailed investigations conducted for decades by the National Investigative Committee of Aerial Phenomena (NICAP) and Dr. J. Allen Hynek’s Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS), here are the details of this hair raising event where another UFO penetrated restricted airspace with impunity in 1984. (a short video claiming to have captured an image of the UFO is at the end of the post).

UFO Hovers Over Nuclear Power Plant
June 24, 1984
Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant, Peekskill, New York
Investigator Fran Ridge:
10:30 to 10:45 p.m.

Security guards at the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant reported seeing a UFO over the plant for approximately 15 minutes. It was roughly 30 stories above the exhaust funnel of one of the plant’s three nuclear reactors.

UFO investigator Philip J. Imbrogno for the Dr. J. Allen Hynek’s Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS) in Chicago, Illinois interviewed six of the twelve security guards who saw the UFO. The UFO, according to the witnesses was huge, diamond-shaped, and approximately 450 feet in length.
Diamond Shaped and Changing Colors
It was first white, then changed to blue to red to green to amber in color. Local police in Peekskill received numerous UFO sightings during the same evening. One of them, Sgt. Karl Hoffman said the UFO he observed included a “dozen white lights” in V-formation that slowly moved towards the power plant at Indian Point.
Security Systems Shut Down
Investigators uncovered some interesting information: As the UFO approached the nuclear plant it flew within 30 feet of its Reactor Number Three. When it did the plant’s security systems shut down as did all of its alarm and communication systems.
Security Guards Issued Shotguns – Armed Helicopter Launched

Security guards were issued shotguns and were waiting for the final word to shoot at the UFO. A request was also made for an armed helicopter to come and shoot down the UFO, but before the command was given, the UFO moved away and left the area.

Carl Patrick of the plant’s information office, when questioned by investigators about the UFO had this to say,

“I can neither confirm nor deny that the guards fired upon it, but they did what was necessary to protect the plant.”

he short video below is alleged to be of the intruding UFO (Images start at 20 seconds):

About the Author Chet Dembeck:

Chet is an award-winning print journalist who has covered technology, government, and the Pentagon for various news organizations in the Baltimore/Washington corridor for more than a decade. Chet has completed stints as a reporter for the Washington Business Journal, the Federal Times, and the Baltimore Daily Record.

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