This weekend, we present one of the most exciting and memorable stories in the history of the program. On October 18, 2012, amateur astronomer Allen Epling in Kentucky took video of a cylindrical object that was at an altitude of 50,000 to 100,000 feet. Almost at once the object was dismissed as a child’s toy balloon, a lie that raced around the media at breakneck speed. BUT, what nobody knew until this program, professional pilot and photographer Bill Richards saw and photographed the same or an identical object over upstate New York less that 48 hours later.