posted on Jan, 16 2004 @ 08:01 PM
I read that belgian UFO thing.
I believe it is likely it is a secret USAF/NRO craft.
The description of the very fast and impossible movements were only on radar of F16's in pursuit, not visual contact.
This happened soon after lock on. My take that this was ECM interference by the secret craft tweaking the radar signal actively in order to make
spurious returns. The fact they can program it to look like a "UFO" should is even better.
Why they were in Belgium is not clear, and why they allowed themselves to be observed by so many is a mystery. A security or bureaucratic screwup.
Read this close encounter story. Again a large triangular thing with lights in the corner.
7. Location. San Francisco, California
Date: January 30 2000 Time: 2315
The witness was hauling up a line of crab traps off Farlon Island with his dog onboard his 25-foot boat. While leaning over the side the dog began
barking furiously. The witness looked up and saw a huge triangular shaped object hovering above him, totally silent. Then a beam of white light hit
the witness and he fell backwards onto the sole of the cabin. The grabbed a Rugger 10-22 rifle loaded with a 100 round magazine and started firing at
the bottom part of the object. The witness was apparently able to shoot out the light. While grabbing a second clip, he saw a hatch open up on the
bottom side of the object and two persons leaned down and yelled "Stop shooting at us you idiot." He also heard a hissing sound resembling air
escaping from a flat tire. The object then moved off to the south. A helicopter then appeared and hovered over the boat. The chopper was flat black in
color, and it was silent with no markings on it. As the chopper hovered a flash of light was directed towards the boat. He last saw the triangle
gaining altitude and disappear towards the south. The helicopter was last seen heading towards the Golden Gate Bridge.
HC addition # addendum
Source: NUFORC Type: A
obviously human made.
I wonder if it is a very large stealth dirigible? think hissing sound.