On Thursday, December 27, 2018 two things happened at the same time, which led people to understandably speculate that the events were somehow more than what the mainstream media reported.
A mysterious, bright blue light appeared in the New York City night sky, followed by a strange humming sound according to reports, and that occurred the very same day that a strange, nationwide CenturyLink Internet and 911 emergency services outage happened.
The official explanation for the blue light that lit up the skies of New York City, was the explosion of an electrical transformer at a Con Ed facility in Queens, New York. Without a doubt, it is probably easily verifiable that the transformer in fact did explode, and that was the source of blue light in the sky. If anybody has alternative theories about the cause of the light, the only possibility it seems is that this explosion somehow disguised something else.
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According to an FDNY spokesman, firefighters responded to the explosion on 20th Ave in Steinway around 9:20 pm. The explosion reportedly occurred on a Con Ed site shared with power generating companies and other industrial facilities.
“I thought it was a terrorist attack. Everything was flooded with smoke. It looked like blue fire. It was so big it was like the whole sky turned blue,” said Ziad Elnokrashy, a resident of Astoria.
“I thought it was the end of the world,” Elnokrashy continued.
There were some videos in that conspiracy genre that speculated about what else this strange Thursday could have been. A comment on one of those videos interestingly points out that a humming sound was present during the situation in New York, reading:
“I live in ny even caught some video of it. Couldn’t believe what I was watching but I also was ready for whatever the outcome, what made me trip out was the humming noise that came for that so called generator explosion. It travel throughout all five boroughs of New York City that to me is weird.”
On the very same day, mostly in other regions of the United States emphasized on this map, a strange Internet outage hit.
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It was strange, because several people happened to be cut off from 911 emergency services. Their phones would not reach 911, so a lot of people who needed an ambulance or something along those lines presumably weren’t able to get the help they need.
This triggered a federal investigation, and the head of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Ajit Pai had something to say. He said: “Its breadth and duration are particularly troubling.” Salt Lake City, Utah was an area affected by this, and agencies in regions of Washington State, Arizona, Massachusetts, Idaho, and Missouri also reported outages.
The services were restored within about a day, but it’s difficult to tell if anyone in specific was harmed by the outage, or if anyone was unable to get an ambulance for example.
It’s understandable that people would speculate about whether or not some secret or even extra-terrestrial factor may be at play here. Sure, there are plenty of people who think every situation like this is more than it seems, but it’s always good to pay attention. How was the event in New York related to the power outages in completely different regions of the country?
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If anybody has some information about the nationwide electricity grid, and how this could be normal or if it isn’t normal, let us know in the comments.