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Originally posted by theghoster
What is with Turkey and UFO's? They seem to have a lot of sightings in that area of the world. Do they have a culture of UFO sightings?
Originally posted by MmmPie
Turkish Jingle Bells was the best part.
Cool looking cloud group, those colors are insane.edit on 19-12-2012 by MmmPie because: (no reason given)
Another important point is that, one night, Gorman sees a fast moving black object, growing rapidly at the center of the orange “window. It seems to come out of the “hole” in the sky, and quickly vanishes in the night. This convinces him that it’s a kind of “dimensional doorway” through which objects can enter and exit our reality. This is a central idea of the whole story, to which I will return later.
By far the most common objects they witnessed were floating spheres of different sizes and colors. In 1995 and 1996, the Gormans and others reported 12 separate incidents of seeing large orange circles flying over the trees of the center homestead. Tom Gorman claims that holes occasionally opened up in the orange spheres and other smaller spheres would fly out. (A neighboring rancher told this reporter of his own encounters with what he called a flying orange basketball.)
originally posted by: UltraMarine
A small white object shoots out from an orange cloud portal . Watch carefully at 0.21 sec [ Watch in Full screen ]. The object disappears in a blink of an eye . This occurred in the night sky of Ankara , Turkey on 14-12-2012 . This may explain how UFO enters our world . Does anyone know how these portals are created ?
Here is a statement from the guy who posted this video [ This is his 2nd post in Youtube ] :
To make sure that it was not reflection of lamp, i turned off all the indoor lights. The cloudy thing was visible from all windows. You may also can not judge the size of the object, i was nearly 2 miles away from me.