Bizarre Streak Over Naval Base: The Mystery Is Solved

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A mysterious and bizarre object has been spotted over a naval air base in Washington state. The appearance of the object has led to a lot of questions, but so far there have been no solid answers, but one website thinks they have the correct explanation.

Social media has been buzzing about the bizarre photo captured by, which is a local weather website that also runs a number of webcams located near Hanesville, Washington. The site’s cameras were set up to look across the Puget Sound at Whidbey Island from Skunk Bay and one of them captured time-lapses of the undeniably picturesque setting.

According to RT,  early on Sunday morning, at 3:56 am, Greg Johnson of Skunk Bay Weather managed to capture a mysterious vertical light streak on the northern Kitsap Peninsula. His 20-second exposure picture shows an orange-colored line with a luminous tail piercing through the clouds, appearing to be a launched missile.

Johnson even posted the image on Twitter:

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Bizarre Streak Over Naval Base: The Mystery Is Solved