posted on Aug, 11 2014 @ 11:27 PM
AS I understand about this case, the plane was on it's way across a strait (Bass?) to an island to pick up some sea food and transport it back for
market. Ihave read transcipts of the aircraft transmissions in the book "Above Top Secret" (Timothy good(e) )? Not sure, leant it to my daughter so
she'd have something to read in between studying for school. A cessna being a stable, low speed aircraft, in good condition, witha pilot that was
familiar with the area. If his aircraft was perfroming erractically and he was worried about making it to dry land, why waste time describing what's
going on OUTSIDE of the aircraft if it was a realitively calm day? why would his last transmission be "it is NOT an aircraft" ? The transcript seems
to indicate he was in contact with the object for some time BEFORE his last transmission that it was "hovering" in fron of him.
Strong electromagnetic affects have been POSITIVELY associated with UFO activity, with some good measurements taken by some Canadian researchers back
in the good old days of the early cold war.
Could it be that some type of "magnetic" skin or "field" associated with this alleged "object" could have grabbed the cessna right out of mid
air and attached it to the side of the alleged object without the "operators" noticing it?
I've talked to pilots that have come back to the field with tree leaves or branches stuck in they're landing gear or tail wheels and they NEVER knew
they were there!
If it was something that was being operated in that region because the Southern Ocean is a pretty foreboding and lonely place to begin with and makes
and excellent "Area-51" type op area, maybe it was a terrestrial object that was operating based on "reverse engineered" technology?
What really is odd, this case has been looked at, and looked at, and looked at, and it seems almost as if the plane NEVER went into the ocean! I mean,
come on, this is Australia, they tend to know a little bit about SAR ops! Another thing, back in the day, No GPS. I cannot recall if the acft had an
E-PRB. SAR was basically search radar, limited IR and the MK1 Eye Ball, and they found absolutley NOTHING!
The phrase "Stuck to the side of the object leaking oil" also seems kind of odd. At a distance, an oil leak would probably be apparent, a fuel leak,
not so much. And this was reported to have happened the morning AFTER the disappearance occured. It's just fascinating. Supposedly "Stuck to the
side of the object LEAKING oil" ? i had an Uncle who owned a Piper Cub. He used to fly it around his farm in Vermont. He would sometimes fly when he
was a litle tipsy. He once landed a little long and planted it nose down in a large hay pile, we know this, because it knocked him unconcious and when
he came stumbling home, he kept asking if anyone had seen where he "left" his airplane. WHen we went to pul his plane out of the hay, the entire
nose and part of the cowling and a good bit of hay, were covered in oi!