Originally posted by karl 12
Fascinating stuff mate and when it comes to the 1975 period, there's also this pretty freaky testimony from the Canon Air Force base flap of January
1976 which involves a mutilated (and exsanguinated) cow being found in a 30 foot burned circle in a farmer's field -granted it's only witness
testimony but did you ever hear of any other examples like this?
Hey karl 12, that is an interesting account and I know you have a library of events that I would like to hear here posted on the thread, but we also
know in this field that few accounts have similarites which can be distinguished. The Canon incident reminds me of what they thought of in the early
70s as satanic rituals, many believed it to be cults at first because there is not way they could comprehend aliens from outer space coming down in
I have been thinking, during WWII there were so many foo fighters, which were just orbs following planes and doing amazing manuevers, but I would like
to post a thread because the whole foo fighter media coverage is a cover up for what they really saw as a researcher reveals - motherships and
saucers, not just orbs. These lighted ships flew around in 1952, others said they were saucerlike behind the light. It is a wonder to think if there
even is a chance that aliens piloted these ships of light.
The unmentioned events were really mysterious, like inside of barns, underwater, in river banks, less than 100 feet from the farm house with the
windows open, in daylight within 1 hour of seeing the cattle (not only on the Skinwalker ranch), and the broken trees were from hoaxes - the strange
things were when they found the cattle beneath trees or bushes without any twigs or branches damaged, it was always a mysterious signature.
Colorado Logan County Sheriff Tex Graves in 1975 was called out on about 94 cases, not all of them had UFO sightings, about 50%.
“We have seen lights.” he said, “with small ones coming out. They do their dirty work and return. We’ve watched them off and on for two
years and have photographs.”
Like any other sheriff in 1975 he didn't believe in aliens. The number of events it took for him to believe in aliens was 6, the most mysterious
ones. After 6 he believed it was aliens because they and determined the cow was paralyed and this had taken place in the pasture, it was as if to
show the police that anything was possible. There was a crowd after these events that said it could only be aliens or paramilitary, all other options
were thrown out.
"We had one up north that we believe the animal was paralyzed. The animal had dug a hole in the ground with it's head, but none of the other
parts of the body moved,"
former Sheriff of Logan County Tex Graves
"What I had seen was just a big orange ball. That's what we'd see in the sky every time there was mutilation."
undersheriff of Elbert County 1975 William Waugh
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