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A very credible UFO encounter occurred in the small town of Delphos, Kansas in 1971. This case has never been debunked, and is still considered as one of the very best physical trace cases involving a UFO landing.
Sixteen year old Ron Johnson, along with his dog Snowball, was tending the family sheep when his attention was suddenly drawn to a mushroom-shaped UFO appearing in the night sky.
The flying object, metallic with multi-colored lights, was hovering approximately 75 feet away from Ron among some trees. Johnson estimated the craft was only a few feet above the ground. He estimated the crafts diameter at 6-8 feet.
Stunned by what he was looking at, he tried to get a closer look, but the brilliant luminance of the craft did not allow him to make out any additional details. Ron described the craft as making a loud sound, "like an old washing machine which vibrates."
The glow of the objects bottom increased as it began to rise up into the sky. Ron would later state that he was temporarily blinded by the brightness of the craft as it ascended.
After he regained his sight and composure, he ran back to the family house to alert his mother and father, Erma and Durel. The bright, glowing object was now even higher in the sky.
Originally posted by larryroyc
THE Bob White Object THROUGH THE EYES OF A SKEPTIC
First he must find the gov file on the object recovered by the CIC in
Denmark File # 202055 Stating a piece of a flying saucer was recovered.
This wasnt declassified till 2000. The case has been public since 1996.
Now he must obtain a picture so he can make one like it.
Only picture is in the CIC files.
Of course he must gather all the rare earth elements, then find a way to
mix them all and put them in a plasma spray torch or other very high tech
piece of equipement along with powdered aluminum or cast aluminum ingot mold injection machine and vacuum chamber.
He must also have access to a fast neutron radiation source.
you can get that stuff at any nuclear plant in the world over the counter.
He must have access to some mars meteoites to obtain some strontium.
Now he has to get it to form a cone shape with all the chads and this must all be
done in a garage. Of course he didnt own a garage in 1996. He was
on the road playing music.
Now he has got to take it to the most prestigious labs in the country and
have them test it to prove it is not terrestrial.
He must fool them all.
He has to make up a story and rehearse it over and over so he can
pass 4 polygraph tests given by police officers.
The object has to be made in such a shape that no one can duplicate it.
Now he must find a few scientists who are willing to put thier reputations and
thier career at risk to help create this hoax and all this he has to do with a 7th
grade education recieved in a little one room school house in Missouri.
now you have the object manufactured and ready to hoax away.
He also has a bridge in Alaska for sale to nowhere..
Originally posted by jkrog08
Appreciate you adding to this thread, thanks!
A stunning declassified document: This is a cable from the US Embassy in Kuwait discussing the details and particulars of several quite spectacular UFO sightings and incidents in Kuwait in 1979, including the traditionnal unexplained shutdown of electrical equipment which worked fine again after the UFO's departure.
The report proves that there are similarities between UFO events over Noth America and different places of the globe, and that in Kuwait, the governement like most government do, took interest in the events and investigated them, eliminating prosaic explanations like spy planes, but remaining reluctant to name the UFO "extra terrestrial crafts."
Title: UFO SIGHTINGS CAUSE SECURITY CONCERN IN KUWAIT
To: Secretary of State, various American Embassies, Secretary of Defense, and other agencies and officals
Author: American Embassy, Kuwait
Date: January 29 (?) 1979
Length: 2 page