On December 22, 2007, Wilmar and Frank were heading back toward Bayamon from the city of Ponce. Upon reaching Av. Los Filtros around 6:10 p.m., they watched the sunset and the arrival of twilight. Suddenly Wilma looked at the sky and saw what she at first thought was a jet. She quickly realized this was not the case, and that it could be a shooting star, but dismissed the possibility as the object remained in view and grew larger in size. She then thought it was a meteorite or something that had broken away and was falling toward the ground. That's when she asked Frank to look up, thinking that it was a meteorite or something similar. Frank told her it was a jet airplane. Wanda replied that those airplane left smoke in their wake, and this one had light. She added that it wasn't a normal aircraft, as it was flying forward and not the customary route followed by commercial planes.
Argentina: Meditation Draws Down UFOS?
On December 27, 2007 in the city of Bahia Blanca (Prov. of Buenos Aires) a 14 year-old boy took three photos of an immense vehicle that approached a window in his house while his parents were elsewhere in the structure in the company of colleagues who were engaged in meditation exercises.
Mrs. N.R. (name remains anonymous) reported the following to Ovni.Net on 01.12.08 :
"I live in Quebradillas's Barrio Cacao, near the Guajataca River. In recent nights we have been looking at the starlit sky. On December 18, 2007, we saw a brilliant light toward the south that changed colors and pulsed, remaining static. It was possible to see the colors red, green and blue, all very dim and at a great height. Today, January 12, 2008 at around 9 p.m., we saw three brilliant lights moving in different directions toward the same vicinity -- south over the river, I'd say. They joined and separated without following any specific pattern. They did this for an hour or more and suddenly vanished into infinity. This is new to me. What it is that I saw?"
Photo taken on December 18, 2007 by Judith Trujillo, a Mexican national residing in Canada. The witness visited Mexico to see her family, and during a tour of the Chichen Itza archaeological site, she took photos of the Mayan ruins. Only one of those photos displays what could be an unidentified flying object, which was not visible when the shutter was pressed to capture a image of the Kukulkan Pyramid, also known as El Castillo.
Maybe it's a meteorite and maybe it isn't, but it's unlikely the source of a mysterious hole at an Alberta golf course will be discovered any time soon.
The octopus-shaped opening in the slushy ice of a golf course pond just west of Edmonton has neighbouring homeowners abuzz with the possibility a small piece of space could have plummeted to earth in their very backyards.
But the mystery will likely stay submerged in the seven-metre-deep pond that provides water to irrigate the golf course, Glen Andersen, a superintendent at The Links in Spruce Grove, said Monday.
Carol CavazosCBS11 TV
Thu, 24 Jan 2008 15:15 CET
The military now says it was training over Stephenville the night dozens of people reported seeing UFOs.
But a video surfaced yesterday of the so-called sighting.
Fort Worth, Texas - Fighter jets were training nearby the night dozens of Stephenville-area residents reported seeing a UFO this month, Air Force Reserve officials said Wednesday, backtracking on earlier statements.
Jacksonville, FL -- A woman from the River City is trying to figure out what's behind a mysterious flash of colored rays she saw in the sky.
Hope Sword says she's been around long enough to know the difference between a rain storm and a UFO, and this wasn't a rain storm.
Comment: From the description, it does sound that what Ms Sword saw, could have been a meteor.
North Texans shared their stories of supposed UFO sightings at a meeting called by UFO investigators in Dublin.
Dozens of people crowded into Dublin's Rotary Club to talk with the Mutual UFO Network, a group of UFO buffs. Texas MUFON director Ken Cherry said the group "definitely" knows something is going on in Stephenville.
|Dozens of people crowded into Dublin's Rotary Club to talk with the Mutual UFO Network.
Gulf Breeze - Santa Rosa County Commissioner John Broxson was always a skeptical person.
He never believed the stories of Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster or unidentified flying objects.
But something happened about 20 years ago to make him change his mind on at least one of those phenomena.