posted on Feb, 25 2014 @ 02:13 AM
reply to post by data5091
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.
No one should be getting "factual" information from these hyped up television shows. This isn't investigative reporting, it's sensationalized
reporting. They will skip facts of a story to make it seem like an exciting tale. That's what sells after all.
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.
What's even more mind blowing is the fact that the co-pilot and navigator never saw this enormous "mothership". Only the Captain Terauchi saw it.
He also just so happened to see "motherships" two other occasions, admitting it was probably only lights of a distant town. Two flights were also
redirected to JAL 1628's air space to identify this mothership. Neither of those flights saw anything once JAL 1628 came into view. These are only
part of the facts conveniently left out of this incident by these shows.
Of course, once you approach this case and convince yourself it's real, most believers still won't waiver. Many believers don't actually search out
facts and do any personal investigation. They will settle for what they are told
are the facts. This is the problem.