Members of the Bolton UFO Society are investigating a possible sighting of an unidentified flying object (UFO) above the town.
A caller telephoned the society's chairman, Phil Catterall, last Wednesday, saying he had seen a strange object in the sky, at around 8pm.
The man told Mr Catterall, of Pennine Road, Horwich, that he had been driving from Harwood to the centre of Bolton when he spotted a triangular silhouette in the night sky.
Mr Catterall said: "The man wanted to know if there had been any other reported sightings. He was convinced it was a UFO and was quite disturbed by it."
Lacomb - One clear evening last September, Raye and Derral Laufer spotted what they thought were strange objects in the sky above their home on Moran Lane in Lacomb.
They reported the incident to the National UFO Reporting Center, and the Democrat-Herald reported on their experience in October.
Since then, Raye has heard from about 100 people who have seen strange things in the sky, and a few saw what she and her husband did: Two silver, bullet-shaped objects heading across the sky and a glowing ellipse size of a Greyhound bus that hovered for about a minute above the treetops of their forested backyard and emitted sparks.
One caller was upset that the couple didn't take any pictures. The Democrat-Herald touched base with Raye again last week.
A federal ruling requires the space agency to turn over any records it might have related to a 1965 incident in a small Pennsylvania town
The U.S. government says nothing of note happened in this small town in the hills of southwestern Pennsylvania at 4:47 p.m. on Dec. 9, 1965. A meteor may have passed by, but no alien ship or Russian space probe fell to Earth, as many here believe.
Still, Bill Bulebush, 82, says he knows what he saw, heard and smelled, despite the doubts of the government and others in this community 40 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.
"I looked up and saw it flying overhead and it was sizzling," said Bulebush, a retired truck driver. "I found it in the woods down there [in a valley] and I got to it 15 to 20 minutes after it landed. I saw it 10 to 15 feet away from behind a big tree -- because I was worried it might blow up -- and it smelled like sulfur or rotten eggs and was shaped like a huge acorn, about the size of a VW."
As I noted in my post here yesterday
, the FBI has quietly removed from its website a PDF collection of documentation on alleged cases of spontaneous human combustion. Instead, all you get now is a summary of the files in question.
Interestingly, the FBI has also begun to remove other Fortean files, and UFO-related data, from its site too.
For example, up until very recently - but no longer, sadly - you could also download in PDF format the FBI's 135-page file on Silas Newton, who was a key player in the legend of the alleged UFO crash at Aztec, New Mexico in March 1948.
Also: the FBI's 42-page file on Philip Corso, of The Day After Roswell
, has been completely deleted from the FBI's site. All you get now is a name check listed in the "C" section of the Bureau's online research page.
|©Sun photo by Barbara Haddock Taylor
|Keith Chester (pictured) wrote his book after talking with Leonard Stringfield, an American flier who reported having a UFO experience in the sky near Japan.
The peculiar red orb hung motionless in the summer sky near Frederick.
A boy at the time, Keith Chester vividly recalls that day in 1966. It was about 6:30 p.m. and Chester was on his way to a friend's house. As he walked, he noticed a shiny red ball in the sky near the Catoctin Mountains.
"The hair on the back of my neck stood straight up," Chester said. "I was so scared that I ran into my neighbor's house. I still think it was a UFO." To this day, the 50-year-old Bel Air resident has not been able find an explanation for the object, but incident sparked an interest in unidentified flying objects.
Can the death of three senior staff of Power Holdings Company of Nigeria (PHCN), Egbin thermal station at Ijede near Ikorodu be attributed to "juju" power or is it a mere coincidence?
This has been a big question that could not get instant and definite answer at the Egbin power generating station. There has been an alleged juju scare in the station in the recent time while accusing fingers are being pointed at the senior officials who are not in the good books of the junior officials.
Sunday Trust gathered that one Engineer Adeleye, died after seeing the juju prepared in a calabash and placed in front of his office one morning not long ago.
Another Engineer, one Mr. Olanitori who was the Head of Maintenance Department in the station died in a mysterious way after relaxing in the PHCN's Egbin Club House. Sources at the station said the late Engineer drank some bottles of drinks, played chess game with some people in the Club House only to return home and collapse. He died few hours after he had writhed in pains, complaining of stomach ache. It was gathered that he was being rushed to a nearby hospital by his neighbours but gave up the ghost before he got to the hospital. The nature of his sudden death led to some junior workers believing that he was poisoned.
South Devon - Spooky lights spotted over Teignmouth have freaked out some locals.
There were dozens of reports about the strange, whitish-coloured shapes moving up and down the estuary early on Monday evening. Was it extra terrestrials, or did the objects in the sky have a simpler, down-to-earth explanation such as lasers?
Beijing -- Television production team members investigating the existence of the legendary Yeti -- aka "abominable snowman" -- said Friday in Katmandu, Nepal, they have discovered footprints that merit further investigation.
The team of nine producers from Destination Truth, equipped with infrared cameras, spent a week in the frigid Khumbu region where Mount Everest is located and found the footprints on the bank of the Manju River at an elevation of 9,350 feet (2,850 meters).
One of the three footprints found is about 1 foot (30 centimeters) long, and looks a lot like those shown in sketches of the creature, the team said.
Sat, 01 Dec 2007 16:02 CET
A mysterious odor forced the evacuation of a Gwinnett County office building Wednesday morning, and sickened at least one employee.
Firefighters allowed everyone back inside within an hour because the odor dissipated on its own and the HAZMAT team could not find the source.
|Employees of the McKesson Corporation were briefly evacuated from the building.
Lieutenant Thomas Rutledge of the Gwinnett County Fire Department said five employees who work on the second floor of McKesson Corporation at 1605 Lakes Parkway noticed the odor, thinking it was a possible gas leak.
Rutledge said at least one of the five experienced nausea and vomiting.
A UFO, described by witnesses as looking like a huge "Dorito" crisp has been filmed over the skies of the Black Country, according to a paranormal group.
A flurry of calls has been made to Stourbridge-based UFO Research Midlands (UFORM) from those claiming to have witnessed the flying object in the sky.
Witnesses say they spotted it in Halesowen heading towards Stourbridge on Wednesday at around 7pm.
UFORM is now appealing for anyone else who saw it to get in touch to help it compile its X-files.Steve Poole, UFORM chairman, said one man filmed more than 30 seconds of footage of the craft traveling in a westerly direction from Halesowen to Stourbridge. He said: "The object has been described as looking like a huge Dorito and had distinctive red lights on its underside, which moved position while the craft was flying."