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Strange lights spotted over Evans Head
at the weekend have been listed as a possible UFO sighting according to Digby Hildreth. The sighting is one of ‘a constant stream’ of such events recorded as ‘worthwhile’ by UFO Research Queensland, which monitors the skies from New Guinea to northern New South Wales. There have been a high incidence of sightings in the area. Tino Pezzimenti, said the Evans Head sighting occurred when two men were walking back from the pub on Saturday night.
One of the men, who swore he was completely sober, had reported seeing two ‘moon-like objects’ in the sky. “They were of the same size and brightness as the crescent Moon, but vertical,” Mr Pezzimenti said. “A third appeared and they all started moving erratically, zigzagging in the air. “It was at 10.30 PM, so it could not have been Venus,” he said.
“It’s something we cannot explain, but many UFOs have been reported as behaving in this way – erratically, and making sudden right-angled turns without slowing down.”
Australia has been something of a hotspot for UFO sightings in the past with 200 reported this year. http://www.northernstar.com.au/story/2010/04/06/ufos-spotted-over-evans-head-by-two-pub-patrons/
WAMURAN –This photo was taken on the Dagular Highway between Woodford and closer to Wamuran on June 16, 2009, at 3:24 PM. The photographer could not switch off auto focus of an object flying around 1500 feet up moving like a survey helicopter. It made no sound and had no tail, rotating blades, or wings.
It was moving at the speed of a survey helicopter straight south towards Brisbane. The Video was presented to the Brisbane UFO Society. The photo’s are on my Facebook page at [cms/tg/pid] Australia UFOs Spotted over Evans Head
ARGENTINA IS NOW STUDYING THE UFO PHENOMENON.
The December 23, 2010 announcement by the Argentine Air Force that will establish a committee to study the UFO phenomenon comes 24 hours after the New Zealand Defence Force release of thousands of secret UFO files dating from 1952 – 2009.
The Argentinean Air Force’s action to form a UFO investigation unit was confirmed by Sylvia Perez Simondini of the CEFORA (Argentinean Republic Committee for UFO Phenomena Studies), “an organization formed by various UFOlogy groups in Argentina. The main purpose is the declassification of all related UFO phenomena in Argentina. It was formed by serious Argentinean UFOlogists in Victoria, Entre Rios during a conference.”
This news gives us some hope to believe disclosure is starting, and Argentina also can get UFO declassification. It is most reasonable be that we assume a critical attitude on our part, so we will have the security of a good and responsible scientific research.
NEW ZEALAND FINALLY RELEASES ITS X-FILES……WHEN WILL THE UNITED STATES DISCLOSE ??
The files include every witness account of unidentified flying objects reported to authorities since early 1952, including the infamous 1978 Kaikoura mystery.
Detailed in more than 2000 pages of files are letters from people who claim to be in touch with alien beings, sketches from witnesses and media reports.
Some of the earliest reports come from the president of the Civilian Saucer Investigation (New Zealand) group, Harold H. Fulton, thanking a witness who wrote to him about a sighting.
The witness had seen a “strange, bowl-shaped object that he saw fall from a clear sky”.
“As the object fell it made a hissing sound, hit the wharf pier he was standing on and then bounced high and landed on a Government survey vessel,” the letter said.
The files had been held by Archives New Zealand, which was to make them available in February after requests from the public, but the Defence Force stepped in saying it needed to remove personal identification to comply with the Privacy Act.
Access to the original files will be restricted until the year 2050 at the earliest for personal privacy reasons.
Before their release, Squadron Leader Kavae Tamariki said the Defence Force would not comment on the files’ content.
“We’ve just been a collection point for the information. We don’t investigate or make reports, we haven’t substantiated anything in them.”
The Defence Force did not have the resources to investigate UFO sightings, Tamariki said.
The director of research group UFOCUS NZ, Suzanne Hansen, said she had been trying to get hold of the files for nearly two years.
“I started lobbying, and at first they said there was no way in the foreseeable future they’d be released. It’s been a long time coming.”
Hansen said she hoped the files would reveal more detail about some of New Zealand’s most famous cases, including the Kaikoura sighting on December 21, 1978.
Wellington man John Cordy, 77, was in the air traffic control tower on that night and still maintains there was no logical explanation for what happened.
He and his colleague witnessed inexplicable radar readings at a time when no aircraft were cleared to be in the area.
At the same time, crew on an Argosy cargo plane reported strange lights around their aircraft, which tracked them for more than 60 kilometres. Numerous theories were put forward, but Cordy said none fitted the bill.
DATABASE OF POLICE UFO SIGHTINGS IN ENGLAND
A DATABASE of UFO sightings by police officers has clocked up more than 200 cases in five years.
Launched by Detective Constable Gary Heseltine, of the British Transport Police (BTP), the unofficial site has seen around 100 officers added each year to date.
Sightings in the News Shopper region include one in Farnborough and one in Gravesend.
In October 1993 PC Tony Francis was called to an address in Gravesend after reports of a UFO from a mother and her son.
The craft was described as changing its shape from that of a bell to an oval with protruding spikes.
According to the DC Heseltine, a seven-page report on the sighting was submitted to the Ministry of Defence, which gave no explanation for the UFO.
Back in April 1978, PC Alan Craggs was called to an address in Farnborough, following an alleged UFO sighting.
According to the site, PC Craggs described it as: “being 20-30 feet above him with wings like fins on a dolphin.”
The craft had allegedly been in the sky for close to an hour before the officer arrived.
PC Craggs is reported to have said: “I’ve been in the Air Force, I know what an aircraft looks like at night.”
The site lists a total of 43 new reports of UFOs seen by on-duty police officers across Britain in the past year, with the largest number of sightings taking place in West Yorkshire.
DC Heseltine, who works for the BTP in Leeds, said: “After studying the subject for over thirty years I am totally convinced that a small proportion of UFO sightings are genuine and represent an extraterrestrial presence on the earth.
“I urge any officer out there, whether serving or retired to contact me about their respective UFO experiences.
“Anyone wishing to have their identity witheld can do so safe in the knowledge that I will never release their details unless they specifically allow me to.”
Thanks to “ This is local London ” and Sara Nelson
To view the site, log on to www.prufospolicedatabase.co.uk
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