Nevada City, CA — Several readers have contacted Gish Gallop with reports of a mysterious beam of light emanating from the sky above Nevada City, CA. According to more than one caller, the mysterious beam of light seemed to originate beyond sight in the upper atmosphere and “landed” on Coyote Street in north Nevada City. No injuries were reported.
“I was getting off on Uren Street, when I heard what I thought was buzzing thunder,” said local fixture Toby “Doob” Carnevale of Nevada City. “Which was weird because it was sunny. Anyhow, I was on my way to cash a check at SPD [market] when I saw this flash of light. So I pulled over and snapped a picture. I didn’t think it could be dangerous or anything like that.”
According to other witnesses, the light lasted for about 2 minutes and was silent except for the initial buzzing sound that many reported.
“I don’t know what to make of it,” said Nevada City resident Stacy Grant who had just picked up her kids from swimming at Pioneer Park. “My daughter saw it first and said ‘whoa,’ that’s when we all heard the buzzing and we pulled over. There was not a cloud in sight, so it wasn’t lightning or anything like that.”
There have been numerous sightings of similar light beams over the Earth in the past few days. The most famous one was spotted just prior to the massive explosion in Tianjin, China that leveled over 2 square miles of an industrial area. Many have speculated that this beam is a space weapon created by the United States government, and that the explosion in Tianjin was the first shot in escalating tensions between the US and China.
“The word is already out that we are war with China,” said amateur astronomer and conspiracy theory expert Keith Bradenshauer of Alta Sierra. “Many of us who’ve been studying this already know the United States has weaponized space. And this, while not the Black Knight Satellite, uses technology we lifted from it during a rendezvous we had with it a few years ago on a Space Shuttle mission. It’s a vaporizing weapon.”
There have been no reports of injuries or property damage. Gish Gallop’s Webmaster Tim investigated the site and found no evidence of damage or scarring.