"We looked at the sky until we got convulsions" : A hunter films a very strange phenomenon in Aus

"We looked at the sky until we got convulsions" : A hunter films a very strange phenomenon in Aus

Roger Matthews, reports Paris Match, attended a scene as beautiful as it was fascinating in early 2023. An inexplicable phenomenon. “That was crazy,” said the hunter.

“It was crazy: the balls imploded and exploded before returning to their original shape. And it repeated like a cycle […] The explosions were perfectly circular and contained […] We stared at the sky until our necks spasmed.”

Those words, Paris Match reports, come from Roger Matthews in the Canberra Times. According to the magazine, this crocodile hunter witnessed a particularly strange scene in the sky over northern Australia in early 2023. Scene that he filmed in part and that actually raises a lot of questions. We can see a blue light perform a strange ballet that is as beautiful as it is mesmerizing.

Lights from Min Min

According to Paris Match, this unidentified spectacle could resemble the “Lights of Min Min.” “This phenomenon has been reported across the country since the 19th century, particularly in the hottest areas, our colleagues explain. Several scientists have advanced various hypotheses – luminous insects, subterranean gas, sun refraction… – without proposing a unanimous theory.

Not enough to convince Roger Matthews, quoted by the Blue Mountains Gazette: “The lights of Min Min are an energetic phenomenon and very different. I’ve seen her before, in the desert in 1985.” Will we ever have the end of the story? Nothing is less safe.