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"There are actually 5 - 10 times more high-strangeness cases than we realize."
Dr. J. Allen Hynek, Scientific Advisor to Project Bluebook
Originally posted by thesearchfortruth
Ahh, I gotta go with this sighting from 1996.
I believe there's a thread about it somewhere but I'm too lazy to find it right now.
Anniversary of "West Lothian Question" UFO mystery Nov 12 2009 by Debbie Hall, West Lothian Courier IT IS an X-File that remains unsolved and still fascinates UFO enthusiasts all over the world. This week saw the anniversary of one the planet’s most intriguing UFO mysteries – that happened right here in West Lothian. He didn’t see little green men exactly, but 30 years ago forester Bob Taylor had a remarkable encounter with a UFO at Dechmont Law in Livingston. Experts say it is the only one ever to have left tangible and recorded evidence, has been verified by the authorities and was the subject of a full police investigation. To mark the event, West Lothian film company Waterborn TV have recorded a fascinating new documentary,
The West Lothian Question, which includes an interview with the late Mr Taylor, which can be seen on YouTube. The incident took place on November 9, 1979 in broad daylight when Mr Taylor came across a large object in a clearing. Not only did he see the UFO but also two spherical ‘robots’ dropped from the object and grasped him, pulling him over. Both police and ufologists say this encounter is unique because it appeared to leave evidence to support the story with strange marks in the clearing where the incident took place and inexplicable damage to Mr Taylor’s trousers, long johns and skin.
In 1957, between the late evening hours of November 2 and the early morning hours of the 3rd, seven independent witnesses near Levelland, Texas saw an oval shaped ball of light approach their vehicles causing their engines to stop and headlights to shut. The sightings took place in a 2.5 hour period (from 10:50 PM until 1:15 AM) and was limited to a 10 mile radius area West, North and East of Levelland. The events lasted from a few seconds to no more than 5 minutes. Once the ball of light left the scene, all witnesses were able to start their automobile engines and their headlights went back to normal operation.
On Sunday the 16th of January 2005 at around 5pm, four members of the Deverow family were eating at the Little Chef restaurant on the A65 road near Ingleton, North Yorkshire. They had enjoyed a family day out and would be making the journey back home to their moorland farmhouse a couple of miles south of High Bentham on the boarder between Lancashire and North Yorkshire. The family members were Anne, her daughter Rachel and Rachel's two sons Alex and Benjamin aged nine and eleven. The family finished their meal and drove north on the A65 towards Ingleton. Rachel was the driver of the car, her eldest son Alex was in the passenger seat and her mother Anne, together with youngest son Benjamin sat in the back. At the time the route they took was hazy but the boys commented on how the row of terraced cottages with chimneys stood out against the sky. The terraced cottages are located on a land off the A65 which leads south to High Bentham because of this detail it is probably safe to assume that this is the route they took that evening. As the journey progressed all four family members became well aware of a bright white light in the sky to their left. They later described the object as being about the size of a car headlight and being so bright that the moon when compared to it appeared yellow in colour. The object then moved across the sky and became visible through the windscreen Anne recalled the object going upwards and then hovering right above the car. At this point the light accelerated downwards at an amazing speed. It was so fast that the family braced for impact but it never occurred. Instead of a crash the object gained altitude and sped away over the Forest of Bowland hills. While the object was in view nobody in the car spoke the only time anybody commented on the strange object was after the object had disappeared from view. The next thing they remembered was driving into the village of High Bentham.