I have spent about 2 hours back-researching this, and my jaw is on the table.
This story broke around 2007. It got heavy attention at that time. So far, I haven't found any real follow-up after that year. If anyone else has
they should post it on this thread. These are known in UFO community vernacular as the "Dragonfly Drones."
There is of course a hoax theory to explain them, as these objects are totally bizarre and unlike most others being reported. The photos, for
instance, are quite clear, and taken during the day. The objects are constructed of beams, intricate rings, and wire arrays that resemble
So of course there are those who insist it is Computer Generated Images (CGI).
But my research lead to this site:
Now, this site was posted over 2 years ago and as far as I can tell has not changed in all that time. But what happened to this guy? Is he still
around? Is he a total faker? This evidence is strong.
And it aligns with what other insiders are saying.
To summarize: These appear to be earth-based experiments with extraterrestrial technologies. The project was being run my the military but included
civilian engineers and scientists. The strange little craft are intended to remain invisible, but the cloaking sometimes gets interfered with or
intermittently shuts off. These projects are well-guarded and intended to be top secret. All we know about them is through leaks and people like Dan
What is amazing about the mainstream media coverage of these subjects is what they leave out.
To me this speaks of either insincerity or
extreme ignorance. We are so past the "wondering if we are alone" stage that it isn't even funny! And yet the media insists on framing the subject
in those terms. It is just so naive!
Considering where this post took me, I think it deserves some attention. In my 30 years of interest in this subject and 6 months of intense internet
research, I had never run across the "Dragonfly Drones" before. I am hoping there is another member who has devoted more time to this subject and
can post a more well-researched summation of it for us.