Tuesday, September 06, 2011

Notre Dame Stadium Evacuated Twice due to UFO or Lightning Strikes ? Sep. 3, 2011

Due to severe lightning strikes over Notre Dame Stadium in Indiana the whole place was evacuated.
It was during this time people spotted a possible ufo 'tube' like craft in the sky.
It may be ball lightning but the object looked self propelled.
It is first time in history the stadium had to be evacuated according to guidelines - not just once, but twice.
If you were in the stadium of the vicinity we would like to hear your take on what happened.

The heat spawned two waves of severe thunderstorms that rolled through northern Indiana Saturday, delaying Notre Dame's battle with South Florida for nearly three hours.

"I'm from California. They don't have thunder and all that other crap," said running back Cierre Wood when asked if he had ever experienced anything like Saturday's atmospheric shenanigans.

The delay at halftime was the worst, lasting two hours and 10 minutes as lightning struck all around Notre Dame's campus. That meant each side had to deal with about 120 minutes of downtime before taking the field for a warmups.
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Anonymous said...

this is sooo fake, i dont belive anymore on this site.

Randall said...

I hate to be the first to bust the bubble of excitement, but all I see is some rain,lightning and a couple of birds. If you watch closely you'll notice another bird enter the scene from the right side towards the end of the clip.

Messenger said...

This was caught on live TV guys. Heres a message anyway.

What scuks one never knows really wheather it is fake or not. Anyway thanks for this site i still think it is good. Take a look at this site.


Jacky said...

It is very hard to say it was fake it was on live tv, if it was not a UFO it must of been something. Infact there are not many things that can take such a sharp bend.

anyway these days many people make so many fakes, what @#$%. Take a look at this blog i found its really good.

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