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Thu, 10 Apr 2008 05:36 CDT
Broadcast Date: Oct. 8, 1986
"Charlotte Brown" claims to have been abducted twice. Once when she was almost nine and again when she was 15. She tells CBC's Peter Gzowski how four-foot-six-inch extraterrestrials inserted a needle-like probe into her abdomen and a burr-shaped tracking device up her nostril. Charlotte Brown is not her real name. It all sounds totally off the wall admits Budd Hopkins, a well-known expert on alien abductions.
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Wed, 09 Apr 2008 04:51 CDT
As a field investigator with the Mutual UFO Network, Bill McNeff has collected data at the scenes of more than 50 UFO sightings.
In at least 30 of those cases, the witnesses reported seeing intelligent beings of some kind, he said.
McNeff, a Burnsville resident and retired electrician, is assistant director of the Minnesota chapter of MUFON, a Denver-based nonprofit dedicated to scientifically resolving the enigma of UFOs.
According to MUFON's database, Dakota County has seen its share of anomalous aerial phenomena over the years.
Manuel De La Rosa
Wed, 09 Apr 2008 14:18 CDT
Alice--One lady says she saw something very unusual in the sky last night near her home. The woman believes it was a UFO, so she called Three News to investigate it.
We have received several calls about UFO's ever since we aired a special report in February. This woman said she was a non- believer, but after last night's encounter, she's now a believer.
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Mon, 07 Apr 2008 18:07 CDT
A mysterious unidentified craft, described as "large" and with a "yellowish light", was seen by numerous residents in the city of Cordoba province on Monday night (03-31-08) in a sighting confirmed by journalist Alfredo Cieres. The sighting was confirmed by the Argentinean Air Force.
Diario Popular via Inexplicata
Mon, 07 Apr 2008 18:03 CDT
Communities visited by strange entities in human shape
In Valcheta, Rio Negro Province, between Bajos del Gualicho and Somuncurá, there are those who claim to have seen an inexplicable light in the immensity of the desert, belonging to a lost city that emerges and vanishes, according to Luis Burgos.
The vast number of UFO cases recorded in Argentina, totaling 110 sightings since the start of the year, has opened the door to a singular number of ET- related phenomena which include, for example, strange characters that vanish and evaporate in the loneliness of the towns of the interior.
J. D. Adams
Sat, 05 Apr 2008 21:54 CDT
Our UFO sighting was in 1988, but it was years before we told anybody. Amongst ourselves it was rarely mentioned, as if we didn't want to believe it. Being practical Oregonians, our minds reeled at the possibilities that were unleashed by the occurrence. Suddenly we had become players in one of the stories that we could only read about before. I know now what others must have gone through when they saw a UFO at close range, the incredulity that other people expressed when we told them. It became a life-changing experience. The universe seems a different place now, less a barren vacuum of space.
Sun, 06 Apr 2008 00:00 CDT
The United Nations has designated the year 2009 as the International Year of Astronomy. Whether this was purposeful or just a coincidence, it lines up perfectly with their alleged plan to encourage disclosure of information about the UFO phenomenon next year. After one or more meetings and briefings on the subject were allegedly held in February of this year, I made a number of inquiries and have been astonished at the results.
Sat, 05 Apr 2008 15:45 CDT
The first annual Mysteries of the Universe Conference is scheduled for June 7 in Kansas City, Missouri at the Intrigue Park Place Hotel from 8:30 am to 9:30 pm. The conference is the first of its type to be held in the area, and was sparked by the recent flurry of UFO activity in the U.S. and increased reports of paranormal activity in Kansas City.
Fri, 04 Apr 2008 13:03 CDT
Toledo firefighters are investigating reports of a mysterious odor in parts of Toledo. The egg smell has brought in reports from the downtown Toledo area and as far west as Dorr Street at Richards.
South Town Star
Thu, 03 Apr 2008 05:00 CDT
To this day, no one can say with any certainty what they were or where they were going.
Sure, there are theories.
The wing lights of a commercial airliner, flares tied to balloons, mistaken planets and even mass hallucination have been suggested as possible explanations for the sightings of three unidentified red lights that passed over the skies of Tinley Park in a rough V formation on the nights of Aug 21 and Oct 31 in 2004.