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The thing i found most uncanny was the description of the witnesses saying the the disk rose in the air then turned on it's side before speeding off, which seems to be something that is reported often when witnessing these type of craft.
The witness ran and got a carpenter who was working on
the house. They heard a boom similar like a sonic boom seconds later.
Just weedwacker and Phage to go
then we can all start working together.
Keeping an open mind doesn't mean that your brains are going to fall out it just means that you can embrace the subjects with clarity instead of instantly dismissing as such.
There are numerous instances of cover ups all over the world thats how the conspiracy fire is lit, (No smoke without fire)
OP- Looking forward to watching the documentary after work, many thanks I have not heard of this incident before, something new always to learn on this site.
My biggest concern was the fact that I'd never heard of this case
Originally posted by InfaRedMan
Was just reading about the Westall Incident at ufoevidence.org and read an interesting side-note on a UFO sighting from 2 days earlier in Balwyn.
THE BALWYN PHOTO ENIGMA
The Balwyn Picture:
organisation, APRO, had their photo consultant examine the photo. Dr.
B.R. Frieden, Professor of Optical Sciences at the University of
Arizona, reported finding "a jagged line of discontinuity running
across the centre of the photo, through the cloud field, which
suggests that there are actually 2 separate photos joined together and
rephotographed to make the one." APRO therefore regarded the photo as a possible hoax. The photo also apparently "failed" the GSW (Ground Saucer Watch) computer enhancement technique. Although aware of these results, Brown still maintains the photo is a genuine one.