posted on Jun, 21 2016 @ 03:02 PM
a reply to: KellyPrettyBear
In your opinion, how do the classic cases stand up for the "high strangeness people"?
Of the ones I listed earlier I would say not a lot to be honest.
1947 - Kenneth Arnold. Who knows what he saw but it doesn't really lend itself to high strangeness.
1947 - Roswell - Whatever came to earth in 1947 does not seem to be high strangeness.
1952 - Washington DC - Another incident that doesn't really feature high strangeness in my opinion
1961 - The HIll Abduction - Possibly high strangeness possibly something else much more down to Earth.
1964 - Lonnie Zamora Sightings - No high strangeness. I think Lonnie saw something for real.
1965 - Kecksburg - Not even sure anything came down in Kecksburg. But nothing stratospherically strange in this case either.
1966 - Westall - Yes maybe this was something really WOO!
1967 - Shag Harbour - No I don't think so here either.
1975 - Travis Walton abduction. - Either Travis is a complete fake or this was a lot of WOO!
1980 - Rendlesham Forest UFO - Could be something woo but far too much crap being thrown around to tell.
Mid 1980s - Hudson Valley - Could be something highly strange or could it be secret airship testing?
1989/90 - Belgium - See above
1997 - Phoenix Lights Out - Probably nothing but military flares.
Cases that have a lot of high strangeness to me are the Bob Taylor one. The Warminster case and perhaps the Alan Godfrey story.