25 December, 2015

Mysterious Lights Pepper The Chilean Skies Over Santiago

International Online Zhuangao: According to British “Daily Mail” reported on December 23, on YouTube period of five minutes long video display, Santiago, Chile (Santiago) 4 group discovered floating over the mysterious luminous object, witnesses said theyIt is “UFO fleet.”

This video is called “San Diego discovered mysterious UFO”, the video, you can see the night sky mysterious luminous body floating in a strange formation in the distance, then spread out and eventually disappear completely.

The authenticity of this video caused a lot of controversy users, an audience wrote:. “At first I thought it was a Chinese lantern tied together, but they move very fast.” Another viewer wrote on Facebook He said: “this video seems to be very real.”

But others do not seem to believe that these mysterious lights might just leap UAV light emitted over the city.

Chile is not the first time UFO, in fact, Chile’s San Clemente (San Clemente) has become the country’s “UFO sightings of all.” The area often receives a mysterious luminous spheres disappear report in water or forest.

Source:  http://www.inews163.com/2015/12/24/chile-floating-mysterious-luminous-sky-witnesses-said-like-ufo-fleet-137304.html

Original Link (Chinese):  http://news.163.com/15/1224/15/BBK3EKG700014JB5.html

24 December, 2015

The Dulce Underground Base: How Deep Does This Rabbit Hole Go?

We’ve all heard rumors of secret government underground facilities such as Area 51 or Cheyenne Mountain, but how many of these facilities could there be, and what is taking place at these bases that is so secretive?

Approximately 83 miles (or 134 KM) north-northwest of downtown Las Vegas, Nevada,  exists a top secret U.S. military installation dubbed by pop culture as Area 51 but insiders refer to it as Dreamland, the Nevada Test and Training Range, Watertown, Home Base, Homey Airport, or specific sites such as S-2, S-3 and the infamous S-4. 

The number 51 is only significant to land surveying, since the site exists in the dry bed of Groom Lake on grid square number 51 near the intersecting boarders of three counties in southern Nevada: Clark County, Lincoln County and Nye County. The nuclear testing site located just to the north is, for example, called Area 13, also named for the stretch of land it occupies.  Within grid square 51 is a6-by-10-mile block of land, at the center of which is a large air base the government will not discuss. This air base has the longest air traffic runway on planet Earth, but that’s just what is on the surface.

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08 December, 2015

NZ's haven for UFOs

 Kaikoura and Blenheim might just seem like pleasant destinations for tourists who want to drink wine, eat crayfish or watch whales.

What the tourists might not know, though, is that they’re just a stone’s throw from New Zealand’s UFO sighting hot spot.

Two hours east from Motueka and Nelson to the Kaikoura Coast is a haven for sightings of unidentified flying objects.

Sightings have been inconsistent but have never stopped, and there was one last month.

The sightings have also been occurring in the same area as the Waihopai Spy Base, the largest of its kind in New Zealand and part of a global satellite communications monitoring network.

So it is just a delightful coincidence?

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Source:  http://www.3news.co.nz/tvshows/story/nzs-haven-for-ufos-2015120718

More Information:
* Kaikoura Lights
* Waihopai Spy Base

05 December, 2015

UFO mystery turns 50 in Mt. Pleasant Township village

A Recreation of the Kecksburg Incident
Jim Romansky waited 20 years before telling anyone that he was face-to-face with a UFO that crashed in the woods outside Kecksburg on Dec. 9, 1965.

“I didn't want to be a candidate for the hospital down the road,” said Romansky, 69, of Derry, a retired machinist who at 18, was one of the first firefighters on the scene. 

He'd do the same today, he said, with the 50th anniversary of the incident set to occur Wednesday.
“If a flying saucer lands in my back yard and little green men come out, I won't even tell my neighbor,” said Romansky, who was ridiculed by some Kecksburg residents who didn't believe anything happened that night. 

“Half of the town believes the UFO story, the other half doesn't,” he said.
For half a century that debate has split the town. 

Responder recalls iconic incident 

Romansky was a volunteer firefighter in Lloydsville when the siren went off that cold, wet night in December. He took off running the 200 yards from his house to the fire hall and jumped on a truck that was headed out. 

“We have a call at Kecksburg,” he was told. “Downed aircraft, somewhere on the ridge.”
Once there, his crew joined firefighters from a number of other companies who divided into teams to begin the search for survivors. 

“I expected to see a smashed-up airplane or wings,” he said. “There was nothing like that, I saw this huge piece of metal. There was no crater, it plowed right into the ground and left a trail.” 

The metal object, large enough for a man to stand in, had no windows or doors and included what Romansky described as hieroglyphics on the side. 

“I'm looking at it, what the heck is it? This is no airplane,” said Romansky, who got a few feet from the object but did not touch it. 

As about 8 or 9 firefighters looked it over, two men in trench coats, one carrying a square box, came over the hill. 

“You're ordered out of the area,” one of the men said. “It is quarantined.” 

“In my mind, in my heart, I know what I saw,” Romansky said. “Ain't nobody going to convince me different.” 

He has thought about that night a lot over the years. 

“I feel that I am part of history,” he said. “It's something major, a UFO crashed in Kecksburg.”
Ron Struble thinks the device was manmade. 

“Something we put up and lost or it came from overseas,” said Struble, 72, of Kecksburg.
Either way, “after 50 years, people have a right to know.” 

Story refuses to go away, journalist says former Trib reporter Robert Gatty had just returned to the office from covering a meeting when managing editor Tom Aikens Sr. called him over. 

“I have the story of the century for you,” Aikens said, laying out the details for his rookie reporter.
“I'm thinking ‘He's jerking my chain,'” said Gatty, 72. “This is some sort of rookie initiation.” 

He arrived in Kecksburg to find almost two dozen military personnel lined up around the site. 

“I went up to the first guy and said, ‘What's going on?' and he said, ‘Nothing,'” Gatty said. 

When it became clear he would not get access to the site, Gatty turned to townsfolk who were milling around nearby and found a few willing to talk. 

“They said it hovered and landed,” Gatty said. 

His story ran across the top of the front pages under the headline, “Unidentified Flying Object Falls Near Kecksburg, Army ropes off area.” 

“To me, it's just a great mystery, I love the story,” he said. “It's the story that won't let go.” 

And this is coming from a reporter who, admittedly, covered some other events of historical significance in the annals of American history, including the aftermath of the assassinations of Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr., along with the 1968 Democratic National Convention, for United Press International, Gatty said. 

Today, Gatty serves as editor-in-chief of Convenience Distribution Magazine, a publication of the Convenience Distribution Association, and as editor of HIV Specialist magazine, a publication of the American Academy of HIV Medicine. 

“Nothing has stayed with me like the Kecksburg story has,” he said. 

Gatty annually gets attention as the anniversary date of the iconic incident approaches, he said.
“I get calls every anniversary from TV, radio ... one program keeps playing on the History Channel, hell that one must have been recorded seven or eight years ago,” Gatty said. “I haven't got anything new to say, but I'm always asked.” 

Legend aids creation of fundraiser 

July marked the 10th annual installment of the Kecksburg Volunteer Fire Department's Kecksburg Old Fashion Days & UFO Festival at the fire company's grounds located at the intersection of Claypike and Route 982 in the township. 

Beyond debate is the benefit of the event as the organization's main fundraiser, said Duane Hutter, the department's president and a township supervisor. 

“It means a lot to the fire department, because it's how we (maintain) our equipment and our buildings,” he said. 

For the first time, several of the incident's witnesses attented a conference dedicated to reflecting on the happening. 

The witnesses discussed their experiences and conducted a question-and-answer session. 

Throughout the decades, many of those people faced much ridicule for testifying to what they claimed to have seen, according to Stan Gordon, a Greensburg resident and author and researcher of unidentified flying objects. 

Many of those Gordon interviewed were children or teenagers at the time and later, because of their professional positions, asked to remain anonymous, he said. 

Gordon presented an illustrated lecture discussing his 50 years of investigation of the case, and he screened excerpts from his award-winning video documentary, “Kecksburg: The Untold Story,” which focuses on interviews with area witnesses, he said. 

He also updated attendees on more recent reported UFO sightings, purported Bigfoot encounters and other happenings reported from around the area, he said. 

Visitors also encountered displays prepared by John Ventre, director of the Pennsylvania Mutual UFO Network; Fred Saluga, director of the West Virginia Mutual UFO Network; Jim Brown of jimsdestinations.com, a website devoted in part to paranormal studies; Brian and Terrie Seech of the Center for Cryptozoological Studies; Dave Dragosin, associate director of the Western Pennsylvania branch of the PA Bigfoot Society; Ryan Cavalline and Dave Rupert of The Legend Hunters; paranormal site investigators Cheryl Alsippi and Darlene Koedel; and Diane and Jim Trick of the Goosebumps Paranormal Society. 

“The money we raise is well used, and every dime goes to the fire department,” Hutter said. 

03 December, 2015

UFOs in Texas? Strange lights spotted over Houston suburb

The minute-long footage, uploaded to YouTube on Nov. 12, shows about a half dozen pulsating white lights as they undulate through various formations.

The voice of the cameraman can be heard saying, "What is that? I don't know... there's something falling out of the sky, dad."

A second man, presumably dad, weighs in that the apparition looks like fireworks, but soon concedes that he doesn't know what he's seeing in the sky.

Source:  http://www.chron.com/neighborhood/woodlands/news/article/UFOs-in-Texas-Strange-lights-spotted-over-6667359.php#photo-7565278