Donald Slayter 
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Re: “City to recognize Waldo Canyon Fire Commemoration Day on June 26

Soon, it will be another anniversary of the Waldo Canyon fire. We don't know, what started it, "but": I believe, due to my observations, that it is possibly, not caused from a cigarette smoker, but from what I observed, "after the fire was officially extinguished in July, 2013". I have observed many things in my life, but this is different. I have observed meteorites falling, with a green blaze, more than once. I have observed many falling stars, and things, that I couldn't identify. Most of the time, these things are quick, but easily to identify. I am not a trained observer, but what I saw , after the fire was out, left me in shocked bewilderment, as to what I saw. If, I had blinked my eyes, I would have missed it. I have observed military tank fire, and other types of gun fire after dark, as well as explosions, during my time in the military, and also while working on the 10th Special Forces Parachutist Building, at fort Carson. I have observed brilliant white light, from a falling object, during a rain storm at night, when I was 19 years old, which I believe was ball Lightning. I have also observed a unique object, when it was pointed out by a window repair specialist, at Chapel Hills Mall. It was a clear egg shaped, almost completely invisible object, flying north over Colorado Springs, at low altitude, and with the sun reflecting on it's structural outline, in such a way, as to reveal it's shape. It didn't resemble a weather balloon, and it looked like clear glass. Most of the time, I don't bother to report my observations, but this is different. What I observed, "after the Waldo Fire was extinguished", was bright, shot straight down vertically, and in direct alignment with the Waldo Canyon area. I observed this just after dark. I don't remember the exact time. At first, I assumed it was a meteorite, but it was so fast, that it appeared to be like canon fire from the sky. I reported it to the police, as perhaps an airplane going down. The police sent an officer to interview me , and I assume, to see if I was drunk, credible, or in danger from something else. I was surprised at their quick response. Latter, I plotted on a map, my exact location, and the location of the foothills out line, of what I observed. It lined up directly with the Waldo Canyon Area. I have had serious after thought, as to what it was, that I observed. Now, I question if: the object, that I observed, could have been a pulse of "pure white light energy (mega photons)" caused by static electricity, or it could have been a fast vertical meteorite. I question, could this have had multiple occurrences, in the same area, and before the Waldo Fire happened. I question, could this have been the miss firing of orbital satellite weapons, or the attempted calibration of these weapons? I remember, the area was off limits for over a year, as erosion protection. I guess, we will never know the answers as to what caused the Waldo Canyon Fire, but I suspect, our military has a secret, that it doesn't want the public to know.

Posted by Donald Slayter on 05/17/2018 at 4:11 PM

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