The Peace of God to all that belong to the light,
The case that this thread refers can be nothing, but until not alternative reasonable explanation can be found by the authorities may be something
meaningful for the UFO community.
The event in question occurred in a place that is located not so far from Philadelphia, but In New Jersey State, it is the Wharton State Forest, an
area that is well known by many people that want to escape from the city and look for a place to breath pure air and find good entertainment in direct
contact with the wild life.
Wharton Forrest, nevertheless, has also its own History of strange paranormal phenomena since centuries ago, registering a lot of sightings and
unexplained events that remain in mystery.
1735 to our days:
Wharton is the territory of the legend of a beast known as the Jersey Devil, a creature that initially was considered an
Indian myth by the Quarkers, but became one of the most feared issues in the region on colonial times. Only the legend Sasquatch of the Rocky
mountains resembles it in America.
Although some of the legends around this being refer it as the product of some ritual of witchery occurred in Leeds Point, NJ, during the XVIII th
century, an earliest account tells that a group of Lanape Indians who went in hunt of the Jersey Devil became one by one each of the men disappeared,
suggesting that it was much older in the region, kind of strange real paranormal phenomenon.
In the last 260 years or so, there have been around 2000 sightings of it, in general with hearing of eerie noises/wails in the forests.
Over the years the Jersey Devil has been called by a number of names, "Hoodle-Doodle Bird", "Wozzle Bug" and the "Leeds Devil".
Joseph Bonaparte, former King of Spain and brother of Napoleon, made a sighting of the Jersey Devil while hunting on his estate in the early 1800s.
Pls check: elktownship.com...
Sightings included one in 1870 by a Long Beach fisherman who said he saw the Jersey Devil serenading a mermaid.
The best known sightings however were in January 1909 when Councilman E.P. Weeden of Trenton claimed to have been awoken by flapping wings outside his
bedroom window. The Councilman said he found cloven footprints in the snow and several other instances of similar footprints were reported in Trenton
at the time. Hundreds, if not thousands, of other people also claimed to have seen the Devil within a week or so of the Councilman's "sighting" and
news of the multiple sightings were reported in local papers. The January 1909 sightings were not limited to New Jersey...there were reported
sightings across the river in Pennsylvania and some sightings in Delaware as well.
In November 1951, a group of children were allegedly cornered by the Devil at the Duport Clubhouse in Gibbstown. The creature bounded away without
hurting anyone but reports claimed that it was spotted by dozens of witnesses before finally vanishing again.
In 1978 two teenage boys were ice-skating near Chatsworth in the Barrens and smelled an odor like "dead fish" and saw two red eyes staring at them.
They didn't stay around to investigate, but claimed they had encountered the Jersey Devil.
Pls check: www.jerseyhistory.org...
In 1987, in Vineland an aggressive German Shepherd in this region was found torn apart and the body explosion upon. the body was located 25 feet from
the chain which had been hooked to him. Around the body were strange tracks that no one could identify.
In 1993 a forest ranger named John Irwin was driving along the Mullica River in southern New Jersey. He was startled to find the road ahead of him
blocked by the Jersey Devil. He described it as being about six-feet tall with horns and matted black fur. Irwin stated that he and the creature
stared at one another for several minutes before the monster finally turned and ran into the forest.
July 12th , 1928 :
The Mexican aviation pioneer Emilio Carranza crashed on that day, while attempting to fly his Ryan Brougham airplane, the
Mexico Excelsior, non-stop from New York to Mexico City, final leg of a historic goodwill flight to the United States.The monument, installed with
funds donated by Mexican schoolchildren, depicts a falling eagle of Aztec design. Every July on the Saturday nearest the anniversary of his crash
(second Saturday in July) at 1:00 p.m. he is honored at the monument site by local residents and representatives from the Mexican consulates in New
York City and Philadelphia.
At age 22, on May 24–25, 1928, he set the record for the third longest non-stop solo flight by flying 1,875 miles (3000 km) from San Diego,
California to Mexico City in 18.5 h. His safe arrival completed the longest non-stop flight by a Mexican.
Carranza took off after dark during a break in thunderstorms in the New York region. While flying over the Pinelands of southern New Jersey amidst
thunderstorms, he crashed into the woods. Investigators from Fort Monmouth conducted the accident probe to determine what happened. They were able to
determine the engine throttle was closed and the spark lever was in the advanced position. This showed he was attempting to land, not conclusive cause
of the accident was established.
BATSTO - April 22, 1999:
A local high school teacher who had thirty minutes of missing time enrooting to work. She had a doctorate in a
scientific field and is quite perplexed by her experience. She drove to school each morning from the New Jersey shore through portions of the Wharton
State Forest on Route 542. She reached a forested area near Batsto at 7:00 AM driving at 55 mph without any problems. She entered an area of
relatively denser forest and lost any memory of the next 45 minutes of her life. The next 8 miles of road is relatively straight with few places to
turn or become lost and is an easy ten minute drive. When she came up to the Route 206, intersection, she realized something was wrong and looked at
her watch and it was now 7:45 AM. A ten minute drive had unexplainably taken 45 minutes. She arrived late for work. The 30 minutes of missing time
Pls check: rense.com...
Now, lets discuss the case that attracts our attention:
A middle class professional John KohlBecker, just 28 years old, with a good job in Philadelphia became missing since Thursday February 11th 2016
,when he was last seen leaving his work.
KohlBecker is a white male 5 ft 11 in 135 pounds, white, really good looking, blond, blue eyes.
His car, a white Toyota 1995 was recovered intact abandoned at highway in the Green bank State Forest Station at Wharton Park, Washington Township,
Burlington County, on Sunday February 14th 2016.
Thanks for your attention,
The Angel of Lightness
edit on 3/16/2016 by The angel of light because: (no reason given)