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Originally posted by projectvxn
And yet here in the U.S. we have a problem accepting the word of our own best and brightest. And call it swamp gas and label them as UFO nuts. MUFON is on it's way down to Texas right now. But if you ask me, if they want official reports unclassified. They should start with Latin American Countries such as Costa Rica.
Originally posted by Ziltoid_the_Omniscient
They cant come out and admit it. They loose there power over the people when they admit there are others smarter and more powerful then they are.
Originally posted by Crakeur
post by Dulcimer
[means there was at the very least, one very large craft flying thru the area. In this post 9/11 world, the military has to investigate, has to look into this, has to determine that there was no threat in the skies. How they can outwardly say what they've been saying without even looking into the situation is pathetic.
Chuck Mueller, a helicopter pilot who served in Iraq, says he saw unusual lights on the horizon a few days after the UFO sightings were reported near Stephenville.
Mueller tells KXAS-TV that he was flying a medical helicopter around dusk when "we saw the lights come on, one little orange light, and then another one and another one in sequence across the sky." He was shocked at first, but then concluded that the lights, which appeared to be more than 30 miles northeast of the original sightings, were coming from flares that were dropped over the Brownwood Military Operations Area.
There's just one problem with that theory. The NBC station says the military didn't have any planes in the air at the time of the original sightings.
The sightings are big news in rural Texas. The top item on the Stephenville Empire-Tribune's website tells readers where to report a UFO sighting and, below that, the paper notes that a local businessman is offering a $5,000 reward for "video that would confirm a UFO sighting in Selden on Jan. 8."
The Mutual UFO Network is holding a meeting this weekend for people who saw the object. The non-profit group says its investigators will begin taking statements at 1 p.m. on Saturday.
Originally posted by Grey Basket
This was just now covered on Fox News again, this time showing the photos taken.
Edit: I actually posted it earlier, but it did not post, oh well.
Here are the pics for those missed them: www.myfoxkc.com...
[edit on 17-1-2008 by Grey Basket]
Originally posted by observe50
We had our morning test of the emergency broadcast system today too!
Being with these beings as I have all I can say is our government knows it can't do a thing to protect us but you also have to understand if they were here to conquer they could have at anytime they wanted too.
Originally posted by DaggerJack
Spoke with several people who claimed to have witnessed the Jan 15th incident.
Originally posted by projectvxn
My mother never let me forget it. She's always been a devout Christian. Bless her heart, she's the one that introduced me to UFOs in the bible. Now this is a Cuban woman, living in a crappy little back water country. With little to no access to technology of any kind, A scientist in Cuba, telling me that the Bible is nothing more than coded history.