At around 7:00-7:30pm, August 26, 2008, a Florida family observed a mysterious phenomenon in the Florida sky near the central east coast city of Holy Hill, Florida.
I tend to notice the skies all the time, but in my 46 years, I have never seen anything like this. All clouds and haze abruptly broke off at the edges of this huge “wedge” of blue sky and were completely missing inside it. It was absolutely surreal.
It was almost as if all of the clouds had been sucked down into some sort of massive funnel leaving a huge cone of empty, dark blue sky. It wasn’t moving in any way, just there, across most of the eastern sky. And it didn’t really seem round like a funnel or cone, but more like a flat 2D wedge. But there were absolutely no clouds, no haze, or no vapor of any kind in it.
The first thing that came to mind was some sort of government experiment with a kind of “cloud-buster” device or something. I’ve seen photos of small blue circles of clear sky over these devices in the midst of surrounding cloud-coverings. But this was much bigger, a similar effect, but way too big to be from such a device, even if it was from a ship or something offshore. I would say that the base of it, across the horizon, was at least a couple of miles wide. So then I wondered if maybe some sort of oil spill, spreading for miles across the ocean, could somehow cause such an effect above it, but it extended way up into the sky over our heads, with crisp edges on both sides. Like I said, this was completely unexplainable.see story @ http://oregonskywatch.com/bluesky/?p=814