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In the Pacific and European theatres during World War II, round, glowing fireballs known as “foo fighters” were reported by Allied and Axis pilots. Some proposed Allied explanations at the time included St. Elmo’s fire, the planet Venus, hallucinations from oxygen deprivation, or German secret weapons. In 1946, more than 2,000 reports were collected, primarily by the Swedish military,…

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