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Originally posted by NightVision
Nope . sorry. Not the best UFO case ever. Not even close. Well put together though, and good presentation.
reply to post by SLAYER69
I totally forgot, but my cousin Kevin lived on base in Anchorage in the 80s-90s and was a aircraft control officer.
Retired now it may be a good idea to speak to him. Would you be interested in what he has to say?
How about this, pose one or two intriguing questions for him about the JAL flight and I'll call him up.
I was watching an interesting program on ufo's and monsters in Alaska on the National Geographic Channel yesterday and they touched on this case. From my point of view this is indeed a solid hard to deny, unidentified flying object incident.
I knew from memory the ufo was massive but I had no idea it was described as being the size of FOUR aircraft carriers. Wow. That's mind blowing. The other thing that stood out in my mind was the fact the JAL requested and was given ok to try to shake off the ufo and change direction, only to find after they did this, the object now seemed to be tailing them before disappearing. A fascinating sighting.
originally posted by: truetrue
This is one of the best cases. But if I have to hear that FAA guy one more time say" this did not happen. we were never here" in that stupid voice that he always says it in, I'm going to explode.