April 11, 2012
By Ted Thornhill
“UFOs are not a thing of made up fantasy. They are real. More and more sightings have been happening year after year. There is something flying in our skies and we don’t know what they are. Even though this video does seem a bit odd, it does not mean the phenomenon isn’t real. However, they all can’t be hoaxes.” –KTRN
If it’s an April Fool’s joke, it’s a few days too late.
A mysterious round white object was filmed whizzing around a passenger plane above Seoul, the capital of South Korea, on April 7.
The clip, which has been uploaded to YouTube, begins with the ‘craft’ at the bottom of the screen, keeping pace with the passenger plane.
But then it speeds up and rises in altitude before zipping off out of shot, just as the startled person filming it tries to zoom in for a closer look.
The video was uploaded by YouTube user ‘Crazybreakingnews’, who commented: ‘It looks a little bit strange and not really similar to the other videos. If it’s really real and not a fake, it looks like a kind of military drone.’
Several YouTube users are convinced it’s a UFO of some sort, but others remain sceptical.
March 21, 2012
A UFO was accidentally videotaped from a plane taking off from Amsterdam airport and not discovered until the next day. The hovering unidentified flying object doesn’t look like any known aircraft. So what is it?
This intriguing video was taken at takeoff from Amsterdam on an iPhone. The YouTuber explains that the object wasn’t noticed until reviewing the footage the following day. Then it was quite noticeable that a strange object was caught on tape hovering in the sky nearby the jet’s flight path.
The UFO is rounded and reflects light, but it’s not moving and seems undisturbed by the airliner’s turbulence. Any usual explanation, such as weather balloon or Chinese lanterns doesn’t seem to apply. It’s inconceivable airport officials would allow hovering objects free reign over airspace crawling with passenger jets arriving and departing.
So what is it?
Click here for the full report and video.
March 15, 2012
By Andy Campbell
An Austrian farmer looking for his lost cat stumbled upon a hole that he thinks might contain the greatest UFO find of all time.
Franz Knoglinger, 47, found the 25-foot-deep, perfectly round hole in northwestern Austrian field while searching for his misplaced kitty Sunday night. He pulled out every investigative trick in the book to learn what was at the bottom.
Throw a rock down the hole? Check.
“I was looking for our family cat Murlimann when I noticed the hole — I didn’t know how deep it was then so I dropped the stone down there, and heard a metallic clunk,” he told the Austrian Times.
Big ol’ magnet? Check.
“I managed to get a big magnet which I dangled down there and it clearly fastened onto something at the bottom –- so there is something large and metallic about down there,” he said. “It also sounds as if there is a hollow space around about whatever the metal object is. It sounds as if there is a room underneath.”
He even called a local plumber, who lowered a camera down the pit on a rope — but the camera failed just as it reached the object. Knoglinger said that the interference may have been caused by “some sort of electrical field.”
March 13, 2012
By UFO Digest
“Roswell is not the only reported incident of a crashed UFO. It may be the most famous story, but there have been other reports.” –KTRN
A retired U.S. Air Force colonel and former fighter jet pilot says that he chased a UFO across West Texas and watched it crash along the Rio Grande River near Del Rio, Texas. Shortly after, he visited the crash site and saw a metallic object unlike any aircraft he had ever seen “sticking into the side of a hill.” Decorated World War II and Korean War veteran Robert B. Willingham, 82, discloses his strange 1955 encounter in a new book titled “The Other Roswell: UFO Crash on the Texas-Mexico border,” written by UFO researchers Noe Torres and Ruben Uriarte. The book is available on Amazon.com and at the publisher’s Web site, roswellbooks.com.
“It’s one of the most amazing UFO stories I have ever heard,” said Uriarte, a 25-year veteran UFO investigator and director of the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) in Northern California. “Rarely do you have such a highly credible eyewitness to an event of this magnitude come forward with information that is guarded so closely by various intelligence agencies.”
Willingham, who lives near Wichita Falls, was one of America’s earliest jet aviators, during the time when the military was transitioning away from propeller-driven planes. It was also a time when UFO sightings had become commonplace throughout the United States, especially in and around top-secret military bases.
“He was flying as part of a group of F-86 fighter jets that were escorting a B-47 bomber across West Texas,” said Noe Torres, a lecturer, researcher, and member of the MUFON chapter in Texas. “It was a Cold War simulation designed to follow the route that bombers would take to reach Russia in the event of a nuclear war.”
A radio message warned Willingham and the others about a fast-moving UFO that was approaching Texas from the northwestern U.S. “Suddenly it came into their view, looking like an intensely bright light – like a bright star seen through a telescope,” Torres said. “It blazed across the sky past them, and everyone in all the planes saw it. But, because of the location of Willingham’s jet, he was in the best position to see what happened after the object flew by.”
Willingham estimated that the object was traveling at 2,000 miles per hour, and he saw it make a sudden 90-degree turn, without slowing down. As the UFO streaked toward the Texas-Mexico border, Willingham received permission to break from the formation and pursue the object in his F-86 fighter. Following the object’s vapor trail, Willingham followed it down to near Del Rio, Texas, where he saw it suddenly begin to wobble and descend rapidly.
March 9, 2012
By Christopher Sign
Do you believe there’s something else out there?
About a week from the 15th anniversary of the ‘Phoenix Lights’ event , a new set of lights has national UFO investigators taking a close look at the skies over the Valley.
In two clips totaling about four minutes, a Valley resident videotaped an eye-catching series of lights in the night sky over north Phoenix near Cave Creek.
The person recorded the “V” shaped object about 10 days ago.
He and several witnesses with him turned the video over to the Mutual UFO Network, known as MUFON .
The Phoenix chapter of MUFON has possession of the two video clips, and according to MUFON Arizona Director Jim Mann, the agency has an investigator assigned to the case.
“It could be nothing, it could be something, we just need to find out,” said Mann.
Some believe the lights are nothing more than a kite with LEDs attached or some type of radio-controlled airplane with LEDs.
It’s not uncommon, Mann told ABC15, for most UFO reports to be debunked or simply explained.
March 8, 2012
Before It’s News
By Before It’s News
“Obviously something happened in Roswell, NM in 1947 or there wouldn’t be so much tragedy surrounding the people who witnessed and found the debris.” — KTRN
For many what was seen at Roswell cast a shadow the length of a lifetime. And for the two children who innocently happened on strange things fallen from the sky in 1947 that did not belong, their lifetimes were short. It is telling that the ‘first-on-the-scene’ witnesses to the unearthly crash materials were the ones who would say the very least. They were troubled by secrets that were held in their hearts and to their graves. The original and untainted witnesses were ranch manager Mac Brazel and two New Mexico boys, Dee Proctor and Vernon Brazel.
But suffer the children. And these two indeed suffered. Theirs is a story of silence and of suicide. It is a tortured tale of drink, divorce and dying young. It is an incredible account of stolen alien metal and of frightening threats to juveniles. And the brief but stunning confession of one of these Roswell child witnesses is related on the internet for the first time ever, here and now:
March 5, 2012
“If you want to see a UFO – visit one of these places. They are out there.” –KTRN
12. Colares Island, Brazil
Known as “the most dangerous place to see a UFO,” there is chilling evidence that this island was attacked by flying saucers in 1977. Coming out of the night, the mystery craft reportedly fired laser-like beams at the island’s population, killing two and injuring nearly 100. The Brazilian military conducted a thorough investigation, but the truth has never been determined.
11. Chile’s UFO Trail
Chile is famous for UFO sightings… which is why the country’s tourism board built the UFO Trail, where adventurers may (or may not) get to see an ET. For serious enthusiasts only, the trek includes four hours on horseback above 10,000 feet before hiking the 19-mile trail. But even if no UFOs show up, hikers will find themselves on a landscape consisting of 200 perfectly sliced granite-like blocks, thought to be a landing site for ancient astronauts.
UFOs are seen regularly along the Pacific Coast Highway, all the way from San Diego to San Francisco. An estimated one million people witnessed a UFO dodging anti-aircraft shells over LA in February of 1942. Add in every sci-fi movie from Close Encounters to Independence Day and the fact that the state always leads the country in unexplained sightings, there’s only one conclusion: if you really want to see a UFO, California is the place to be.
9. Gulf Breeze, Florida
This small city on Florida’s panhandle became famous in 1987 when a man named Ed Walters made public a number of dramatic photographs of UFOs — the result, he claimed, of his own close encounters. While researchers deemed the pictures a hoax, more than 200 other witnesses have since come forward to report UFO sightings in Gulf Breeze, many backed up by photographs and videos depicting UFOs that look exactly like those that Walters had captured.
February 24, 2012
By Richard Connelly
“The Battle Of LA is one of the most amazing UFO events in history. Just look at the pictures. The idea that the military opened fire on a weather balloon is laughable.” –KTRN
Seventy years ago today, the Battle of Los Angeles occurred, a vicious fight that resulted in three civilian deaths.
Haven’t heard of it? We’re not surprised.
The U.S. government said what happened was nighttime antiaircraft crews protecting Los Angeles got nervous — it was just two months after Pearl Harbor — and opened fire on a weather balloon.
The crews also set off flares, and all the confusion just built on itself. So we’re told.
Others say the night featured an attempted UFO landing, in which the valiant gun crews fought aliens trying to land.
It’s pretty obvious the latter is true.
Obviously the aliens not only attempted to land, they succeeded. Just look at what’s happened in Hollywood since then. The logic becomes inescapable.
5. The quantity of UFO/alien movies has increased dramatically
Between 1911 and 1941, UFOs and flying saucers were occasionally a subject for films. Since then — especially since the 1950s, after a necessary period of time to learn the equipment and infiltrate studio management — movies about UFOs exploded. Coincidence? who’s being naive, Kay?
4. The quality of UFO/alien movies has increased dramatically
In the 1930s, UFOs were laughably portrayed on screen, obvious frauds. While it understandably took a decade or two to import the necessary technology from the home planet to Earth, all of a sudden you got Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Independence Day and the Transformers series. The aliens’ unstinting desire for complete accuracy in movies is inspiring
February 16, 2012
“This UFO video is remarkable. But it almost looks too good to be true – especially the ending. Not to mention the person filming this remarkable craft did not have a word to say when filming. Most people would have been freaking out. This is not to say the video is not genuine, but it’s important to always remain a bit skeptical with anything – not just UFOs. Still, the phenomenon is real – even if this footage isn’t.” –KTRN
“Update: Just as we expected. This was a hoax. http://deathby1000papercuts.com/2012/02/bolivia-ufo-a-hoax-confession-after-government-begins-investigation/
An amazing ‘UFO’ video–in more ways than one–has surfaced from Bolivia. The video, aired by Bolivia’s Unitel news, shows a giant ‘UFO’ that looks a lot like a NASA TR-3B top secret triangle shaped aircraft over the city of San Ignacio de Velasco during a massive storm in mid-January 2012. While most people have focused on whether the UFO–unidentified flying object–is a NASA TR-3B, the raging storm in the video has some significance in this UFO story. A top secret NASA experimental aircraft, the triangular shaped TR-3B, flying over the rooftops of buildings in the city of San Ignacio de Velasco Bolivia during a massive storm the magnitude of which the city has never experienced. The city’s power cut off by hurricane force winds followed by torrential rain. A city located over 1100 kilometers from the Pacific Ocean.
February 8, 2012
“UFOs are real. Apollo astronaut Edgar Mitchell has been speaking out about the topic for years. He is a believer and you should be too.” –KTRN
Astronaut Edgar Mitchell, who is now 80, feels that he learned about what ETs may be doing here from his 1971 Apollo moon mission. He was the sixth man to walk upon the moon, and even though he didn’t see any extraterrestrials there, what he DID experience there has formed his subsequent theories about who the visitors are. Mitchell is one of the people who wrote a “blurb” for the cover of Whitley’s new book “Solving the Communion Enigma.”
In the January 30th edition of the Examiner, Larry Lowe writes, “From Edgar Mitchell’s perspective, the best minds of our civilization are not thinking comprehensively. Until they are, we as a species won’t likely get where evolution beckons us.
“His goal is correcting what he sees as a flaw in man’s approach to thinking induced in the 17th century. This mistake placed western scientific thinking within a box of materialist context. That, in turn, precludes complete understanding of the laws of the universe.”
According to Lowe, Mitchell believes that we are still stuck in a “Faustian” bargain with the Church, which we first made in the 17th century. He writes, “The philosophical dividing line left consciousness exclusive to religion in exchange for science getting the freedom to investigate everything else. Science got chemistry, physics, mathematics, geology, biology and other disciplines which have shaped western technological civilization. The church got spirits, miracles, prayer and an unseen presence that oversees everything.
“The catch-22 is that while you cannot understand everything scientifically until you take consciousness into account, if you are a scientist you can’t take consciousness into account.”