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10-1-10 WOODVILLE TEXAS ……….. MUFON CASE FILE 26484
This event is currently ongoing as of this writing and has been every night since the first of September 2010. Multiple craft with as many as twelve at once. They both respond to Control Tower Light gun signals and move rapidly away from any approach of a simple 20mw red laser pointer, and that to our amazement. We have,thru the use of a directional parabolic microphone actually recorded what has been said to be “Non-Terrestial”. This latter evidence was recorded by mistake, as the person whom captured it was actually trying to record Coyote Howlings at night. I have eight to nine hours of video,around three hundred photos, showing three distinct types of craft. Also have around fifteen witness willing to swear to the above events, and will provide you with all photos ,audio and video you want.
We simply want to know what the hell these things are and why are they here every night, beginning typically at around 6:30 p.m. lasting until 2:00A.M. There has been three landings witnessed and photographed. Digital and film type cameras were used. What do these beings want, why is there no media coverage of an event as amazing as this is, can we carry on a dialogue with these beings and if yes, whats the best method? Are they dangerous, they ,at least I think they can tell whether a person is armed or not, and respond accordingly. Now back to the beginning, I am self employed , I flight instruct, and have a F.A.A. certificated repair station, and as with something as unusual as aviation, 29 years in the trade, I have seen every variation of aircraft ,helicoptr, in any imagineable configuration, fire, hail storm ,tornado, ect. These are not any terrestial craft that I have ever seen.
KEN PFEIFER MUFON NEW JERSEY
The Cincinnati Commercial Newspaper dated October 30, 1865, reports a strange story of a Messenger from the Celestial Regions – A Stone Falls to the Ground with Characters Engraved upon It
Mr. James Lumley, an old Rocky Mountain trapper makes a most remarkable statement, which if authenticated, will produce the greatest excitement in the scientific world. Mr. Lumley states that about the middle of last September, he was engaged in trapping in the mountains, about eighty-five miles above the great falls of the Upper Missouri, and in the neighborhood of what is known as Cadotte Pass. Just after sunset one evening, he beheld a bright, luminous body in the heavens, which was moving with a great rapidity in an easterly direction. It was plainly visible for at least five seconds, when it suddenly separated into particles, resembling, as Mr. Lumley described it, the bursting of a skyrocket in the air. A few minutes later, he heard a heavy explosion, which jarred the earth very perceptibly, and this was shortly after followed by a rumbling sound, like a tornado sweeping through the forest. A strong wind sprang up about the same time, but as suddenly subsided. The air was also filled with a peculiar odor of a sulphurous character.
These incidents would have made but slight impression on the mind of Mr. Lumley, but for the fact that on the ensuing day he discovered, at a distance of about two miles from his camping place, that, as far as he could see in either direction, a path had been cut through the forest, several rods wide – giant trees uprooted or broken off near the ground – the tops of hills shaved off, and the earth plowed up in many places. Great and widespread havoc was every-where visible. Following up this track of desolation, he soon ascertained the cause of it in the shape of an immense stone that had been driven into the side of a mountain. Now comes the most remarkable part of the story. An examination of this stone, or so much of it as was visible, showed that it had been divided into compartments, and that, in various places, it was carved with curious hieroglyphics. More than this, Mr. Lumley also discovered fragments of a substance resembling glass, and here and there dark stains, as though caused by a liquid. He is confident that the hieroglyphics were the work of human hands, and that the stone itself, although but a fragment of an immense body, must have been used for some purpose by animated beings.
Strange as this story appears, Mr. Lumley relates it with so much sincerity that we are forced to accept it as true. It was evident that the stone, which he discovered, was a fragment of the meteor, which was visible in this section in September last. It will be remembered that it was seen in Leavenworth, in Galena, and in this city by Colonel Bonneville. At Leavenworth, it was seen to separate in particles or explode. Source The St. Louis Democrat, October 19
OKLAHOMA CITY — It was on the evening of June 5, 2008, that my friend and I were driving back home from Ohio to Arizona.
We ran into some nasty weather probably an hour or two out of Oklahoma City. At one point it seemed a tornado or funnel was forming so we used my cell phone to take the picture. We noticed the strange object hovering in the sky after we reviewed the cell phone pictures at the end of our trip. Thanks to MUFON CMS