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originally posted by: Kurokage
a reply to: karl 12
I went to the west midlands version of that UFO mag' presentation and meet Graham Birdsall, he was a fine gentleman.
After seeing the first recorded interviews with the 3 girls who claimed to have come across one of the "aliens", which is what bought the case such media attention, the only thing that stood out to me was how they kept looking and smirking to each other, which screamed possible fakery to me. After that, I thought it was an interesting story but no real evidence to back it up.
originally posted by: cenpuppie
Why is it, that so many of "them" know about our hunk of rock and we know, publicly at least, nothing about "them"
originally posted by: karl 12
a reply to: 0bserver1
The dead soldier's relative is not too happy in this doco mate - was also interested in the claims of bribes and intimidation (and pregnant dwarfs)
originally posted by: MJM2019
a reply to: Frocharocha
Does anyone know: did the local government ever release any documents pertaining to this case?
So, nobody mentioned that according to " lieutenant-colonel Lúcio Carlos Pereira, person in charge of IPM, (the witnesses) saw, actually, a man popularly known as "Mudinho." "
originally posted by: Frocharocha
Varginha UFO incident is the name given to a series of events involving the alleged sighting and capture by the military of an extraterrestrial being in Varginha, Brazil, in 1996.
"It is more likely that this citizen, probably dirty as a result of the rains, crouching by a wall, was mistaken by three terrified girls for a 'space creature,'" he writes, which added to the file a photographic study that simulates the similarity between the citizen and the supposed ET.
One of the most engaged UFO members in history who has interviewed military personnel, Rodrigues says the Varginha Case has all the characteristics of myth. “I also believe there were a number of complex facts that involved the army, military police, firefighters and hospitals. People said they saw, they touched an alien, but that is no scientific proof. At that time our tendency was to believe that it would have been a being from another planet. ”
Then ESA Lieutenant Colonel Olímpio Vanderlei Santos testified at the IPM appointed as the chief and the main responsible for the team that would have captured the creature. Currently in the reserve, aged 60, living in Franca (SP), he again denied his involvement in the case. “We drove to Varginha because the city was our foothold in terms of fleet maintenance,” he says. “There was a climate of concern, colleagues were scared at the time. I was surprised when I saw my name involved. ”