Recorded with cell phone on October 24, 2008 near the Krško Nuclear power plant in Slovenia. A person working at the nuclear power plant recorded
this UFO early in the morning. Also a Russian newspaper reported that a UFO was seen above the Krško Nuclear Power Plant in Krško, Slovenia, on
several occasions between October 13 and October 16, 2008. This might explain the roughly five minute power outages that occurred in the Slovenian
capital of Ljubljana and other cities and towns throughout the country during the UFO sightings, reported paranormal researcher Bill Knell from New
A male passenger that was aboard an Adria Airlines flight headed to Ljubljana, sent Bill Knell an email about a UFO sighting he had. He is an American
currently working in Slovenia:
"We were getting ready to land in Ljubljana around 1430 hours when the aircraft started shaking briefly. There were not more than fifty people aboard
and we're all used to the kind of turbulence that you get flying over Slovenia. This was different. It put us all on edge. Some of the passengers on
the port side started yelling. Every looked out the windows and saw a glowing light that kept changing colors. It sparkled purple, red, green, blue.
The light was oblong and kept flipping over. After a minute it blinked out and was gone."
The passenger said that he and the other passengers saw several aircraft near the UFO, but told me that they did not appear to be military. The flight
crew never said anything about the UFO and no one from his flight talked about it after the plane landed. He did hear several people in the airport
saying that they saw a UFO during another flight, but he was afraid to ask them about it. There were more armed security officers roaming the airport
that evening than he was used to and that made him cautious.
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