On December 21st, 1978 the crew of a Safe Air Ltd cargo aircraft started observing a series of lights appearing around their aircraft. For several minutes the lights appeared to track along the same course as their aircraft. Throughout the encounter the lights would disappear and then reappear elsewhere in the sky quicker than thought possible.
On May 26th, 1995 an America West flight 564 was cruising west near Bovina, Texas at approximately 39,000 feet when the pilots spotted an object flying around 30,000 feet. The object was described as cigar shaped, at least 300-400 feet in length, with strobe lights blinking in succession in a counter-clockwise fashion. The flight crew immediately notifies the Albuquerque FAA Air Route Traffic Control Center to discuss their sighting and potentially identify the object.
On October 21st, 1978 Frederick Valentich was piloting his Cessna 182 over the Bass Strait in Australia when he contacted air traffic control stating that he was being harassed by an aircraft 1,000 feet above him. He stated the craft looked unusual and that it was able to make abrupt changes in direction as well as hover with ease. At 7:12 pm, after several minutes of this harassment, all contact was lost with Valentich.
Six years before the Wright Brothers’ first flight in the small town of Aurora, TX was one of the most convincing UFO crashes in history. Between 1896 and 1897 there was a large amount of sightings, at least six that I could find, involving a cigar-shaped airship across the United States. This all culminated in Aurora, Texas on April 19th, 1897 when a cigar shaped craft crashed into a windmill that was located on Judge J.S. Proctor’s land. Among the crash debris was a being that was described as “not of this world” as well as a “martian” by the Army officer from Fort Worth.
An off duty police officer contacted British UFO experts after an encounter where he claims to have seen three aliens examining a freshly made crop circle near Avebury, Wiltshirt. The police officer, a sergeant who wishes to remain nameless, saw the three figures standing in a field near Silbury Hill and stopped to investigate. As he approached the beings he heard “the sound of static electricity” and the beings ran away “faster than any man he had ever seen.”
By definition a Cattle Mutilation is exactly what it sounds to be. It is an instance where a domesticated farm animal has been mutilated with extreme precision. When people think of mutilations they generally think of cows, however it is not isolated to them. Cattle mutilations go all the way back to 1897 when Alexander Hamilton was awakened at night by a loud humming noise coming from his cattle yard. Accompanied by two other men they went to investigate the noise and were startled to see a cigar-shaped craft nearly 300 feet long.
In 1974 Carl Sagan sent a message into space in the form of radio waves beamed into space. It was the most powerful broadcast ever deliberately beamed into space and was directed at a star cluster nearly 25,000 light years away. The message consisted of a picture depicting our planets location in our solar system, our mathematical system, a simple shape of our body, an example of our DNA double helix structure, and a crude drawing of how we broadcast the message.
Thomas Mantell was a Kentucky Air National Guard pilot who was dispatched to identify a UFO on January 7th, 1948. Mantell, an experienced pilot, had over 2100 hours of flight experience and was a decorated pilot due to his part in the Battle of Normandy during World War II.
A few weeks ago I was in a discussion with a friend who tried to use the SOS from another galaxy as a means of defending E.T. civilizations and their stance that they must be out there. While I agree they are out there, I wanted to investigate the SOS signal more to see if the SOS from another galaxy is legitimate and should be used as an argument to support a stance. So what is the SOS from another galaxy?
On July 19th, 1952 an air traffic controller at the National Airport in Washing D.C. spotted some peculiar blips on radar. The air traffic controller immediately notified his boss, Harry G. Barnes, due to the proximity of the capital and that no craft should be in this area around midnight.