Mon, 29 Jan 2007 09:52 UTC
The Ford Mustang had a 100 pound block of ice sitting in the backseat. The back end of the car was caved in. The only explanation from neighbors is the ice fell from the sky. Hillsborough deputies do not believe it was a criminal activity.
The 20-year-old owner of the car is upset and did not want to talk to Tampa Bay's 10 News. His father says he has not seen anything like it before.
Mon, 29 Jan 2007 09:37 UTC
Honolulu resident Peter Hollingworth described as two lights circling in the sky, about 45 degrees above the horizon.
Video of one of the lights was recorded from the Channel 2 SkyCam.
"These two little fireballs with a stream behind it," said Hollingworth. "Looked kind of like a shooting start but it just kept going. They changed directions a few times, at first it was coming in then it turned, then it went out then it came back in again"
Thu, 25 Jan 2007 17:13 UTC
Officials say the colorful illuminations seen Jan. 9 over western Arkansas came from special military flares that slowly parachuted to the ground as part of an Air Force training mission involving A-10 aircraft pilots at nearby Fort Chaffee, a base used for testing weaponry.
"We were flying A-10s in that area and they were using flares," Jessica D'Aurizio, chief of public affairs at the 917th Wing of the Air Force Reserve at Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana, told WND.
She says the flares, which stay lit for about five minutes, produce nearly 2 million candlepower.
Comment: Yeah, right. And the Roswell UFO crash was a weather balloon.
Thu, 25 Jan 2007 17:10 UTC
Emergency dispatchers around Charlotte handle wacky 911 calls each night. But Wednesday, agencies got the same type of unusual call:
A hovering light was in the sky.
Others described it as a plane that might be in trouble. A blueish glow. A fire in the sky. A light moving too slow to be a plane.
The calls came into Iredell, Lincoln, Mooresville and Huntersville emergency dispatchers around 8 p.m. -- with even a dispatcher's dad calling in a sighting and one Lincoln County officer reportedly seeing it.
Wed, 24 Jan 2007 10:36 UTC
Well, first off, I'm not talking about aliens. The UFO phenomenon is way stranger than mere extraterrestrials. And that's precisely why I'm interested in it, and why I will continue to cover it - it's located at the center of nearly all that is weird and unexplained in the human experience. This is slippery territory, and it's very easy to get tripped up on your own assumptions, it's very easy to make mistakes - huge, retarded mistakes.
Witnesses told FNA that the object has been observed for more than an hour.
In a similar incident last Monday, an Unidentified Flying Object was witnessed in the same area and at the same time.
Witnesses also said that the UFO has been as big as a ball, with a yellow ray and a bright reddish color in the center.
They also stated that the object has been flying at a very low altitude.
Officials declined to comment on the event.
They are called "rods," "skyfish" and sometimes "solar entities." Although the video evidence is compelling that they are quite real and probably living creatures, they are completely unknown to science - a fascinating and baffling mystery.
The encrypted Military communication channel of NASA deals with extraterrestrial UFOs - as common in Space as planes in the sky
Fri, 19 Jan 2007 08:56 UTC
Evidence has come up which now points to the fact that there are thousands of alien space ships that control the space around the earth. The alien ships follow the terrestrial missions closely. The astronauts see them all the time but asked to keep quiet about the same.
Sailors, fishermen, dockworkers, police officers, coastal residents and others have reported eerie otherworldly ships emerging from and submerging into local waters.
UFOs, it seems, have established an underwater base somewhere in the deep, dark recesses between the Channel Islands and the coastline between Long Beach and Santa Barbara.
Despite a tendency to scoff at such conspiracies, I decided to do a little investigating. You know, just to be sure.
To learn more, I contacted UFO researcher Preston Bennett of Los Angeles, who appeared on the recent History Channel special Deep Sea UFOs.
The incident happened shortly after 8:00 p.m. in the 1300 block of Donna Drive in Woodlyn.
Ed and Penny Myers said they were getting their 4-year-old daughter ready for bed when the icy object tore a 3-foot through the roof.
"There was this explosion in the room. At first I thought it was the T.V. shattering and glass, then I looked up and saw the hole in the ceiling and I was afraid the whole ceiling was going to collapse," said Penny.