Fourth Unidentified Object Shot Down Near Michigan; Pentagon on ‘Heightened Alert’

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The U.S. military downed a fourth mysterious object flying 15 nautical miles from the Michigan coastline on Sunday.  North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) leader Gen. Glen VanHerck said the Department of Defense (DOD) is on “heightened alert” which has resulted in the sudden pace of NORAD picking up on strange airborne objects.  The object near Michigan that was downed at 2:42 p.m. on Sunday was traveling at an altitude of 20,000 feet, significantly lower than the objects shot down over Alaska and Canada this weekend, and posed a potential threat to commercial air traffic.  A congressional aide told The Wall Street Journal that the object was octagonal and did not appear to carry a payload.