UFO Shuts Down a Major Airport in China Again – VIDEO/S

UFO shuts down Xiaoshan Airport in China
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UFO shuts down Xiaoshan Airport in China
UFO shuts down Xiaoshan Airport in China

 

There don’t appear to be any official records of a UFO ever shutting down a major airport in the U.S. In China on the other hand, it’s happened three times in five years. Are Chinese air traffic controllers more respectful of UFO airspace … or more fearful?

The latest instance of a Chinese airport closing down because of a UFO sighting appears to have happened late last week or over the weekend. A video of a newscast showing the UFO was posted on August 29th, 2015.

 

 

Three Chinese airports shut down by UFOs in five years. Do you think there’s more shutdowns that we don’t know about? Why are Chinese officials so quick to close airports after UFO sightings? What do they know and why don’t WE know it?

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–See more here: http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2015/09/ufo-shuts-down-a-major-airport-in-china-again/


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