Has anyone seen a mystery light hovering over Cross in Hand?
Local resident Lynnda Rose contacted the Express to describe the strange sighting.
She said: 'I was out with my dog and noticed a light above the field moving in a circular motion.
'I can only describe it as looking like an oval, thick mist which was quite bright.'
Lynnda said she watched it for about another 20 minutes, then went to get her camera.
'Yes,' she said. 'You've guessed.
'Nothing came out.'
Wed, 21 Nov 2007 08:56 CST
Jacob Cole and Ben Sizer sat on the porch of Cole's home near Lake Auman, grilling hamburgers when they noticed a "bright, big, green glow" in the sky.
"It was fizzling, falling like it was on fire," Cole said of the object that appeared in the sky around 6:15 p.m.
As it fell, Cole said the object split, with the smaller orb falling at a faster rate.
Cole, 17, said he and Sizer, 16, had been outside for about an hour when they noticed the object.
"I yelled at my buddy (Sizer), and we just stood there and stared at it," Cole said.
The Pinecrest High School students say they watched the objects for several minutes before Cole, an astronomy buff, raced inside the house to grab his telescope.
Something falling from the sky upset some people in the Town of Menasha.
The police department received reports last week of many spots and clumps found on sidewalks, patios and along a flight path for the Outagamie County Regional Airport in Greenville.
Clark C. McClelland is a former ScO, U.S. Space Shuttle Fleet, KSC, Florida 1958 to 1992.
Space Shuttle Columbia during STS-80 took a crew of five astronauts into a 17 day, 15 hour and 54 minute mission around the earth, the longest flight in the history of this vehicle. During this lengthy flight a very strange event occurred that even had crewman Dr. Story Musgrave unable to explain what he observed from the shuttle windows.
|STS-80 Lift off from Pad 39B.
Comment: Indeed, we can cope with the fact that aliens are visiting Earth - but can we cope with the possibility of being their food?
According to a report from Alfonso Salazar, a sighting took place over MCIA between 13:00 and 13:15 hours on Friday, November 16, 2007.
Airport personnel particularly those at the Aviacsa PGR hangar and others near Runway 6 witnessed a white flying object that remained static at 8000 meters toward the south of the Mexican capital.
The witnesses report that at approximately 13:10 hours a Boeing 737-800 passed near the object as it flew from west to east at an altitude similar to that of the possible UFO.
In the first independent review of UFO phenomena since 1970, a panel of scientists has concluded that some sightings are accompanied by physical evidence that deserves scientific study. But the panel was not convinced that any of this evidence points to a violation of known natural laws or the involvement of an extraterrestrial intelligence.
The review was organized and directed by Peter Sturrock, professor of applied physics at Stanford University, and supported administratively by the Society for Scientific Exploration, which provides a forum for research into unexplained phenomena. The international review panel of nine physical scientists responded to presentations by eight investigators of UFO reports, who were asked to present their strongest data. Von R. Eshleman, professor emeritus of electrical engineering at Stanford, co-chaired the panel.
More sightings of a huge flying creature, originally reported by KENS, have prompted an investigation to determine if it is a monster or myth.
"Even though it was dark, the thing itself was black. The blackest I'd ever seen," said Frank Ramirez.
Years ago, Ramirez thought he was after a prowler in the back of his mother's Southwest Side home. But what greeted him on the garage rooftop still gives him goosebumps now.
"That's when the thing up there turned to me, and it was in a perched state, and it started to turn," he said. "It started to move its arms and this giant blackness was just coming out. At that point, I dropped the stick and I ran."
Ramirez sketched a drawing of the large, bird-like creature. The image is disturbing, and similar to dozens of sightings across San Antonio and South Texas.
UFOs may be fodder for comedians and science fiction, but there was no joking on Monday when a group of pilots and officials demanded the US government reopen an investigation into unidentified flying objects.
The 19 former pilots and government officials, who say they have seen UFOs themselves or been involved in probes of strange flying objects, told reporters their questions can no longer be dismissed more than 30 years after the US case was closed.
"We want the US government to stop perpetuating the myth that all UFOs can be explained away in down-to-earth, conventional terms," said Fife Symington, former governor of Arizona and air force pilot who says he saw a UFO himself in 1997.
"Instead our country needs to reopen its official investigation that it shut down in 1969," Symington told a news conference.
Larnaca: Airport-bound planes and birds are commonly seen in the skies above Cyprus, but only last week there was a report of a UFO spotted over Limassol town and since an earlier article on UFOs in Cyprus, The Gazette
has received many accounts from readers of their unexplained encounters.
|Have you had a visit?
Anthony in Nicosia contacted the Gazette
to share his experience, "just last week at 10:10pm we had a sighting of a UFO while we were traveling in the Kyrenia area that lasted for two minutes. It was an oblong shape, like a rugby ball on its end and was glowing very bright orange. It came from the coast inland near a village called Catalkoy in small but rapid zigzags then stopped and hovered for approximately 30 seconds before making a smooth ascent at 45 degrees up to the east towards a very bright star. It then disappeared. A friend had sighted a similar event at the same spot a month previously "
Little Rock, Arkansas - In a move sure to provide fodder for conspiracy theorists, the Clinton Library withheld e-mails with subject lines like "X-Files" and "Area 51" from a batch of documents recently released at a UFO buff's request.
National Archives officials made several files - ranging from a White House staffer's obsession with the TV show The X-Files to President Clinton's push to hook up the Sci-Fi Channel at Camp David - available for viewing starting last Thursday in response to Freedom of Information requests.
Several pages, however, were withheld because they would "constitute a clearly unwarranted invasion of personal privacy," according to National Archives documents.
Among the released pages, 27 come from the files of former White House Chief of Staff John Podesta, a fan of The X-Files, a show about FBI agents investigating extraterrestrials and other supernatural events. The files include articles forwarded to Podesta about the canceled Fox show.