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UFO-Like Orbs Have Been Spotted Falling From The Sky In Turkey And Spain

NOVEMBER 12, 2015  —  By Mike Cahill  
Mike Cahill

Mike Cahill

Mike is ViralNova's resident Editor of the Weird. If it makes you say "OMG! That's terrible!!!" then Mike probably wrote it. Despite the subject of his articles Mike is surprisingly well adjusted. When he's not writing, he's making music, performing, and producing podcasts.

Let's talk about aliens. If they exist (which they probably do), where is the proof? Sadly, concrete evidence is hard to come by, but that doesn't mean it's not out there somewhere. We might just be looking in the wrong places.

Let's say, for example, that there are aliens orbiting Earth. What would they do with their garbage if they had to hang out over our planet for a long time? Logic might dictate that they would simply flush it out into the sun. But what if some of that space trash ended up plummeting to Earth instead of incinerating like it was supposed to?

That might sound weird, but how else could you explain what recently happened in Spain and Turkey?

According to local newspapers, several sphere-like objects crashed to Earth.

In Spain, the objects were dark and wiry. The ones found in Turkey appeared to be made of solid metal.

According to first responders, many of the objects were still extremely hot when they arrived on the scene. After they cooled, the spheres were taken away for testing.

So far, any conventional explanation has eluded investigators. Local police are working with NASA and the European Space Agency to try and figure out where these things came from.

(via Disclose.TV)

Are they bits of alien garbage? Surveillance orbs? They're probably just bits of space debris, but that doesn't change the fact that NASA was freaked out enough to take them for testing.