Discussion in 'UFOs, Ghosts and Monsters' started by river, Mar 12, 2016.
LOL! Naive? So how long have you been studying UFOs?
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So, what you are saying is that your post #79 does not, in fact, contain any such evidence? You should report your post #79 for trolling.
Where did I say that? lol!
The Belgian UFO wave of 1989-1990:
"The Belgian UFO wave began in November 1989. The events of 29 November would be documented by no less than thirty different groups of witnesses, and three separate groups of police officers. All of the reports related a large object flying at low altitude. The craft was of a flat, triangular shape, with lights underneath. This giant craft did not make a sound as it slowly moved across the landscape of Belgium. There was free sharing of information as the Belgian populace tracked this craft as it moved from the town of Liege to the border of the Netherlands and Germany.
The Belgian UFO wave peaked with the events of the night of 30/31 March 1990. On that night, unknown objects were tracked on radar, chased by two Belgian Air Force F-16s, photographed, and were sighted by an estimated 13,500 people on the ground – 2,600 of whom filed written statements describing in detail what they had seen.Following the incident, the Belgian air force released a report detailing the events of that night..."
You said I should consult your other threads for the relevant evidence, which means this thread does not contain relevant evidence from you, right?
LOL! You asked for more evidence of ufos and I gave it to you. You said previously you wouldn't look at the hundreds of photos I posted. Is this sinking in yet troll?
Phoenix Lights eyewitnesses:
62 school children in Zimbabwe Africa see oval craft land and aliens come out of it:
So, you are now saying that post #79 does contain relevant evidence? Where? If I look at the first example, will I see a UFO "blinking out"?
Does that contain an example of a UFO "blinking out"?
"The Lonnie Zamora incident was a UFO close encounter of the third kind which occurred on Friday, April 24, 1964, at about 5:50 p.m., on the southern outskirts of Socorro, New Mexico. Several primary witnesses emerged to report stages and aspects of the event, which included the craft's approach, din, conspicuous flame, and physical evidence left behind immediately afterward. It was however Lonnie Zamora, a New Mexico State police officer who was on duty at the time, who came closest to the object and provided the most prolonged and comprehensive account. Some physical trace evidence left behind—burned vegetation and soil, ground landing impressions, and metal scrapings on a broken rock in one of the impressions—was subsequently observed and analyzed by investigators for the military, law enforcement, and civilian UFO groups.
The event and its body of evidence is sometimes deemed one of the best documented, yet most perplexing UFO reports. It was immediately investigated by the U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, and FBI, and received considerable coverage in the mass media. It was one of the cases that helped persuade astronomer J. Allen Hynek, one of the primary investigators for the Air Force, that some UFO reports represented an intriguing mystery. After extensive investigation, the AF's Project Blue Book was unable to come up with a conventional explanation and listed the case as an "unknown"...===https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lonnie_Zamora_incident
Russ: "That's fine, no need. No reasonable evidence of such craft: if there was, you'd post it."
Nothing there describes a UFO "blinking out". You're flooding/trolling now, right?
So, that's a "no", right? - you have no relevant evidence, so you are flooding/trolling, right?
Hudson Valley UFO flap:
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