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Foo Fighters
 


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On November 23, 1944, crew members of a B-29 bomber on a nighttime mission over Germany saw some distant starlike points that became more clearly visile as 10 or so balls of internal linklight, changing from orange to red as they approached the plane.  This was the first of many reports of the mysterious fireballs that appeared over Germany toward the end of World War II.  The following report (given in Harold T. Wilkins's book _Flying Saucers On The Attack_) describes how the lights appeared one night to pilot Lt. David McFalls:

At 0600 hours (6am) near Hagenau, at 10,000 feet altitude, two very bright lights climbed towards us from the ground.  They levelled off and stayed on the tail of our 'plane.  They were huge, bright orange lights.  They stayed there for two minutes ... They were under perfect control.  Then they turned away from us, and the fire seemed to go out.

Similar reports began to come from Germany and then from the Pacific theater of war as well.   The objects were always a glowing ball of orange, red, or white light, seemingly under intelligent control, that followed an aircraft for a while, then turned away and disappeared from view.

After the war it was found that the internal linkJapanese pilots also encountered the phenomenon and assumed that it some secret American or Russian device used, perhaps, to baffle radar.  By the same token, U.S. intelligence supposed that they were of Germany make.  Their true nature has never been determined.

"Where there's foo, there's fire," a favorite expression of comic strip character Smokey Stover, not only provided the name for these objects but gave as good an explanation as any concerning their source.



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Small luminous balls of various-colored lights, predominantly orange, green, and white. They appeared both at night and in the daytime, and were reported as playing tag with Allied fighters and bombers in both the Pacific and European theaters of operations.

The origin of the phrase itself remains internal linkuncertain, but it seems to have stemmed from the comic Smokey Stover, which was popular among GI's. One of its catchphrases was:

"Where's there's foo, there's fire!" ("Foo" was probably a corruption of the French word for fire, feu, with additional overtones of fou, meaning crazy.)



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These curious objects were reportedly seen internal linkflying alongside Allied military aircraft over Europe during World War II.  The objects were commonly described as red or orange in color and several feet in diameter  They would pace the aircraft for a while, then depart.  Foo fighter sightings were not restricted to Europe.  The objects were reported see over Asia as well.  Some, if not all of the sightings may have involved misidentifications of stars or planets, ball lightning or static internal linkelectricity (St. Elmo's Fire).  There are various accounts of how "foo fighters" received their name.  According to one story, "foo" comes from the Frenche feu, meaning fire.  Another explanation is that "foo" was taken from a saying in the then-popular "Smokey Stover" comic strip: "Where there's foo, there's fire.


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In a scene where Fox is going through a mall-like kind of building and are going to meet Scully by a door, you can see Dave Grohl, drummer for Nirvana, You only see him for like 2 seconds, but he has a internal linkgreen jacket and walks with a female on his right side. He's checking his watch. The reason he is showing is because he is a friend for the director to X-files and he was there when the director asked if he wanted to be shown in the scene. They had to take the checking watch thing about 13 times.

The Foo Fighterss also contributed some music for the soundtrack of the X-Files movie.

the episode is called 'pusher' and it's in season 3 when Modell is going into the J E Hoover building with just a piece of paper pinned to his lapel saying 'pass' in the background, just before he goes to the metal detector, you can see Dave Grohl in a green jacket looking at what looks like a visitors guide with his girlfriend.



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UFOs over China in 1974

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