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What are everyones top 5 favorite UFO incidents?

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posted on May, 20 2010 @ 10:21 AM
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Would have to say Triangles, been following them closely since a sighting in 1993 which was just above tree tops, I have never seen pictures of anything like this triangle, it's sides were equal opposed to the elongated black triangles or boomerang shaped sightings. It was light dull gray in color and no markings of any kind, of course I couldn't see the top so cannot describe what that may have looked like, I could see on the leading edge a yellow glow. I am guesstimating the size about two football fields. If anyone has seen anything like what I just described I would like to know. Thank you.




posted on May, 20 2010 @ 10:24 AM
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My favorite cases would be:

The Belgium Triangle Wave

Bentwaters Case

Washington DC 1952

Shag Harbour

Scandinavian Ghost Rockets



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 10:45 AM
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One of my favorites is the Saylor's Lake sightings of March 1, 1973 where witnesses observed approximately 40 objects flying over the lake during a 3-hour period.

This is just one of my favorites because it happened right close by my home town.

Here's a link to a brief story about it:

UFO sightings not alien to Poconos

I'll have to find one of the more detailed articles from 1973 sometime.

I remember when the article first appeared in the paper and people would go back up to Saylor's lake to see if they would appear again.

[edit on 20-5-2010 by Junkheap]



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 06:00 PM
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Oh goody...maybe NOW I can finally find out if anyone else seen it too back when. Larry and I did but situation warrented I couldn't report itI had 2 expereinces but this is my favorite.

In Spring (either late April or early May 1983 in Oklahoma City Oklahoma on the North East or was that North West side? anyway the country side of the city.

Larry had just gone through the F.A.A. Academy for Air Traffic Controllers in OKC which is where the FAA Academy is based.

We were upstairs in a house asleep when we were suddenly woken up by an extremely bright light that filled the bedroom.
We both got up to run to the window and as I did I glaced at the clock and it was 3:00 Am on the dot.

We looked out the window and right above the house was this massive size aircraft moving only about 5 miles an hour with not a sound. I was barely able to see one whole huge round bright light when I saw another one of same slowly move by and where it was situated I figured as well as noticing this aircraft was fanning out as if it was a huge triangle shaped aircraft.

I also saw some very thin etching like craving lines under its belly but I could not see where they may open to anything. It was more like for decoration instead of being just a smooth surface. Yeah that how low it was! We figured it was passing over the house by only 20 feet! And not a sound!

This was in a matter of less then a mintute that I am aware of.
We ran to the door and it wasn't that far..just out our bedroom door is the porch door to the steps down outside yard. I was use to sun bathing on a flat spot on my roof and was familar to get there quick would take the route to the left of the stairs to go to the roof. The whole process could not had been more then ten seconds..I know I redid my steps to check it out.

When we got to the roof...nothing. We could see a good distance because we live outside OKC lights. We scanned the distance...nothing. How could something that big just take off that fast without a sound we wondered. Larry said it was going in the direction of The Military Base ohh what was the name? It's on the tip of my tongue...

When I told him I was going to ask the nieghbors in the morning if they saw anything he freaked. Said I couldn't do that. This was disappointing for me being a questioner of UFO, but here was the deal.

At the FAA Academy they taught a course to him/them as to what to do it they see a UFO. Make sure you really want to report it. Cause if you do they will give you mounds of paper work to fill out. Then you have to go to their psychologist for evauation. Then you may still lose your job. So he didn't want anything to do with it and told me to stay out of it too. And at the time I understood.

There are still 2 things I want to mention that has always made me wonder of this experience. One...that very bright white light that filled the room when we first woke up why didn't it hurt our eyes? You know how when you first wake up if theres a light you have to adjust your eyes before you can look at it. Also when we looked up at this aircraft/UFO big bright white round light it again did not bother our eyes.

Two...something had recently happend about two weeks before that I found out about the US government...something very corrupted that I witness...but that'a story for another day. And it made me wonder that since I was warned both by my (ex) husband who in turn was warned to warn me...yeah...that bad..
to not to speak of what I witnessed.

Anyway It crossed my mind that what if some of these UFO aductions are really government taking people who know too much or found out something they shouldn't had and if they can't kill them for whatever reason at least discredit them cause most likely they are going to share their experience. Just a thought.

Truth, Love and True Light, Maya



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 07:54 PM
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Originally posted by watchtowermaya
There are still 2 things I want to mention that has always made me wonder of this experience. One...that very bright white light that filled the room when we first woke up why didn't it hurt our eyes? You know how when you first wake up if theres a light you have to adjust your eyes before you can look at it. Also when we looked up at this aircraft/UFO big bright white round light it again did not bother our eyes.


You were supposed to list your 5 favorite cases, I guess that's one of them right? I can guess why your eyes didn't hurt. I've heard of people being in car accidents, and sometimes they don't feel any pain right away from their injuries, I think it's because of the effect of some hormones like adrenaline and perhaps others that get released when you're excited/freaked out, which a car accident or a UFO sighting can do. So I'm guessing adrenaline or something like that might explain why your eyes didn't hurt?



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 08:26 PM
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Any cases which have ALL of the following criteria.

1. Documented radar returns by professionally trained radar operators. Documentation can be in either video format as in the Belgium Triangle case, or in de-classified and verified military documentation as in the Maelstrom SAC case.

2. Verified de-classified documentation or government documentation such as FAA transcripts, verifying multiple witness testimonies in the air and on the ground.

3. Witness testimony that never changes over time.

4. Large groups of eyewitness testimony that match or are highly similar.

5. (optional) attempted cover-up by the U.S. Government or the U.S. Military.



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 08:47 PM
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1- Roswell- It opened our minds to the question of "What if" What if there is life? What if they really land on earth one day? What if our government is lying?

2.Arizona lights- It was spectacular that so many people saw it.

3. Betty and Barney Hill- I know they are more of an abduction story, but it started with seeing a UFO. I like this one because Betty actually remember the star system before it was discovered.

Those are my top three



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 08:50 PM
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Originally posted by Jocko Flocko
Any cases which have ALL of the following criteria.

1. Documented radar returns by professionally trained radar operators. Documentation can be in either video format as in the Belgium Triangle case, or in de-classified and verified military documentation as in the Maelstrom SAC case.


I'm not sure the Belgium case is a good example. When the radar data was analyzed it showed the UFOs were flying below ground level in most cases. Even SOBEPS admitted that most of the data wasn't valid.

But yes, it's good to see documented radar data that's not dismissed like it was in that case. I am finding a lot of the radar data is screwed up and they don't always tell us about it.



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 11:13 PM
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1. Betty and Barney Hill Abduction

2. The Travis Walton Abduction

3. The Roswell Case

4. The "Victor" Area 51 Alien Interview

5. (tie) Pheonix Lights/ The family (can't remeber their name, but I beleive it was an adult women with her mother and son) driving in a car. They encounter a bright UFO slightly over their car, and the grandmother steps out. She subsequenly contracts radiation poisioning as a result of being exposed to the UFO and develops all sorts of strange medical issues. The family reported that military hellicopters quickly arrive to the scene to escort the UFO away. I'm sure most of you recall this case and can remeber the name of the family. Any help would be appreciated!



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 11:17 PM
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Oh yeah, these are my favorite because IMO opninion, there has never really been anything solid to debunk these cases. Plenty of speculation, but nothing solid... Again, IMO



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 11:30 PM
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Sounds logical...I know we both jump out of bed as if it was on fire.
But so does their technology way beyond ours and they have some sort of filter.

BTW that was ...Larry said it was going in the direction toward Tinker Air
Force Base and that was 8 miles away from us.

Truth, Love and True Light



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posted on May, 20 2010 @ 11:42 PM
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1. Hudson valley UFOs (1984)

2.wytheville VA (1987-1990)

3.Belgian Triangles

4.Kecksburg PA

5.The Stephen Valantic disappearance in Australia



posted on May, 21 2010 @ 12:01 AM
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Well got alot of different things on my mind right now..if you read my Post you know. But I will type out two more since they are short and I want to strike while the irons hot. Right now my mind is like a flood gate open since I just got to were I could share on these Forums, and I am really excited about that. And I try to remeber if there were 2 others that at least might be worth mentioning. Seems that there one in the back memory cell but I just haven't the ump.

In 1975 I was 9 months pregnant with my daughter Angela. And being that far lon I was uncomfortable and couldn't sleep so I was starrying out and up at the beautiful starry night.

When I suddenly saw 7 --best I can describe it--stars..size of stars but they were moving along at a slow speed..at least from my prespective. And as I was amazed and watching them cross the sky suddenly they all 7 made a shape right turn at a angle that had to be a group of 7 and not a one big craft that was making a turn Besides..I don't think they had anything back then that could make such a quick sharp turn like that.

1999: Here where I am now, western North Carolina mountains. I was well I have a tendency to stay up wee hours of the morning so my best reckulation about 2 AM I was outside looking up at the stars when suddenly I heard something very loud and thought what the *&^! It flew over me very low. Barely over the tops of the pine trees.

Very low and bulky and wide at the end... like Hans Solos Space ship in Star Wars...the way it looked in the back. It all looked opened and with some sort of propulsion. But there were several colors coming out of that backend...all across it from from end to the other.

And just as it clear the street in front of my place to over the pine trees a jet fighter.. I think it was a F-16 or one close to that shot over head went to the side of that aircraft/UFO and that was that. I went in and grabbed my chair and sat down to wait for the show..but that was it.

Does this type of aircraft/UFO sound familar to any one? An experiemental military aircraft I suoppose it could been. But why the F-16? There's no were to excort around here.

Truth, Love and True Light








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posted on May, 21 2010 @ 12:18 AM
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aahh geeesh..sorr.y..now I see..5 UFO cases.

The only one that comes to mind right now is the ohh..History Channel? I am sure the case is familar to you all. The one where those huge triangle shaped UFO that were silent..no sound..and had 3 large round lights in 1993.
I remember getting really excited over it because they were describing what I had seen in 1983 OKC.


The one in1942? during WW2 where UFOs were spotted near the White House freaking people out. There was even some talk of witnesses saying the military was actually shooting at them. Ring a bell?

The underwater UFOs what are they called? that been witness. Saw it on some show..proably History channel. I know their bases are under water oceans...since summer of 1993. But that's a story for another time. Best place to hide besides inner dimensional.

Well I hope that makes up for my misunderstanding the Forum.

Truth, Love and True Light



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posted on May, 21 2010 @ 12:33 AM
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for me i guess its


1. Daniel fry, white sands incident

2. JAL Flight 1628 Over Alaska



posted on May, 21 2010 @ 09:25 AM
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As to your #5, about the UFO and the car, that was a very strange and interesting case. The family eventually tried to sue the government--represented by Peter Gersten who was previously associated with CAUS--but of course the case was dismissed.

Cash-Landrum Incident
en.wikipedia.org...



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