Numerous testimonies suggest that there are jet bags in the city sky. It sounds like an inflated Mr. Jack.
For more than a year, pilots’ testimonies in Los Angeles have reported what they believe to be a man with a jet bag. It started in August 2020, when two separate planes saw it landing at the city’s international airport.
On October 14, a group of China Airlines said they saw something resembling an airplane 6,000 feet (1,800 m) above the city. The other happened in July 2021, at 5,000 feet (1,500 m), the pilot joked that it could be Iron Man, flying over Los Angeles. CBS.
The FBI and the Federal Aviation Administration have speculated that the footage may have been balloons. Images taken by a Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) helicopter in November 2020, but have now been released, tend to confirm this theory. The skeleton character of Tim Burton’s cartoon is “The Bizarre Christmas of Mr. Jack”, but in the inflated version Mr. In other pictures, we can clearly see his face, his dress and his bow tie.
But how do you explain why an inflated portrait hovers so long above Los Angeles? David Memon, director of a jet pack company in the city, thought such devices were unlikely to have been found. Especially since it is very difficult to reach the heights specified in the models of jet bags. It takes 7 minutes to get to 6,000 feet, and the jet back tank only has fuel for a 10 minute flight. Also, he explained at the time that flying in this area near the airport was very dangerous NBC.
He was more inclined towards the drone with the inflated dummy. “Any young man can connect this with pieces of China.” In the light of the police pictures the inflated mannequin seems to be confirmed. And if it was attached to a drone, it would explain why it had been viewed again and again for months. The pilot makes it up and down at will. It remains to be identified.
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