Originally posted by karl 12
Paul Richard Hill, leading research and development engineer for NASA, describes UFO sighting of strange object over the waters of Lower Chesapeake
Bay -he also mentions two USAF personnel where ordered to keep quiet about the incident by their superiors.
Within seconds of the circling maneuver, an identical sphere came in from the Atlantic Ocean on an ascending course over Lower Chesapeake Bay and
joined the others, falling in below. For a few seconds they seemed to float along, then began accelerating slowly toward the south as a fourth amber
sphere came in from the James River to build the group up to a formation of four as they headed south. I thought, "A-ha, the circling maneuver was a
The sphere that came in from the Atlantic had evidently cruised northward, just offshore. This was learned in a visit to Norfolk, Virginia, looking
for additional data. One of the Norfolk papers carried an article about it. A Virginia Beach bus driver was going north along the coast when a lone
passenger had come forward a few minutes before 8.00 p.m. and tapped him on the shoulder, calling his attention to a strange, orange or amber
fiery-looking sphere out over the water. The driver was sufficiently impressed to stop the bus, and together they watched the fiery sphere cruising
northward parallel to the shore, just above the water's surface. This was obviously the first object that answered the rendezvous signal. My instant
impression was that these vehicles were surveying the East Coast. If they had good resolving power, perhaps I was in their survey.
It was subsequently learned that a ferryboat load of passengers, docked at Old Point and waiting to make the overnight trip to Washington, had
witnessed the entire event, among them the President of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Corporation. The next morning the Newport News
DAILY PRESS carried a two-inch banner headline, FLYING SAUCERS OVER HAMPTON ROADS. The detailed report had been made to the Press by an Air Force
captain, a fighter pilot. Our observations agreed even to the estimated 500 mph speed. However, one thing puzzled me. The PRESS article said that
aircraft spotters who had been on duty reported nothing. Determined to check this out, I got a list of spotters on duty the night in question and
visited them individually in their homes. They all said they saw the UFOs and knew they were not aircraft. The head spotter said that he had been
instructed by the Richmond Filter Center, operated by the Air Force, to report aircraft, and no nonsense, and so had said nothing. However, they gave
me the data needed for triangulation to obtain altitude..
Interesting link from Paul Hill...Karl. I tend to get very excited over any UFO reports from the Chesapeake Bay area, since I live near Baltimore
Maryland. But I would tend to disagree over Hill's assumption --- that the alien starships still have almost invisible glowing ionized air surrounding
the foofighter during daytime. I also disagree that the glow from the starship during nighttime is ionized air.
Unless the foofighter is in a defensive, offensive, submerged or landing mode, their is no need for the starship too be glowing like a red-orange
fiery ball, or be in its bluish-white high power phase during daytime as well. Since the starship has plenty of daylight photons to feed the photon
engine --- their is no need to waste precious fuel, such as duterium atoms from seawater; for the fusion process. Yes...I said fusion plasma --- not
ionized air --- that is my speculation, with my respectfull disagreement with Mr. Hill.
Since alien starships lack photons in the darkness of night, or submerged in the dark ocean depths --- the need for photons, created by magnetic field
fusion plasma generation --- would probably be the utmost requirement for high velocity thrust factor's for alien starships.
edit on 9-7-2012 by Erno86 because: spelling
edit on 9-7-2012 by Erno86 because: ditto