posted on Feb, 8 2004 @ 07:46 AM
Just finished listening to a weekend broadcast of Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell. There was a "Brigadier General from the South African army,
identified only as "Chris," described an incident where he was involved in shooting down a UFO in 1992."
While I missed the intro, it sounded as if some sort of laser was used to bring down the craft near Krueger Park in South Africa. The craft was
"glowing a rainbow of colors." After letting the craft cool down, it was warm to the touch and would create a "bee sting" or "numb" type
feeling. Now why these guys were touching it, were beyond me.
Another member of this military group, "opened a hatch: and inside he saw what he thought was a small (described as a 10 year old) body that was
"grey" or what he thought was chared from being burned. The craft was transported to a military airfield in Cape Town and flown to Washington DC.
The story continues in the back of a C-130 (from what it sounded like). The spherical craft was loaded onboard, along with two body bags. The Brigader
General wanted the bags opened to check for "bombs" and noticed two "grey bodies." He thought one of his team were playing a joke on him. During
the flight one of the bodies "woke up" and they proceed to hit it with the butt of a rifle.
They landed at a military base in DC (Andrews is what base it was thought to be) and the craft and bodies were transferred to a US military jet cargo
plane. The S.A. aircraft could not take off for 40 minutes after the US aircraft did.
Odd story. True or not? Dunno. But it was quite entertaining. Has there been any other stories surrounding this "incident" in S.A. taken place or
has anyone got more information into this?