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Tuesday, December 29, 2015

The only man to ever shoot at a UFO

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Peruvian air force Colonel Oscar Santa Maria Huerta with his Russian Sukhoi-22 jet.


AS WILL Smith would say: “Welcome to Erf.”
Thirty-five years ago, fighter pilot Oscar Santa Maria Huerta had a real-lifeIndependence Day moment when he attempted to shoot down a mysterious light-bulb shaped craft, in what to this day remains the only documented case of a military aircraft firing on a UFO.

It was early on the morning of April 11, 1980, and the 23-year-old Peruvian air force lieutenant was preparing for daily exercises along with around 1800 military personnel and civilians at the La Joya Air Force Base, 1000km south of the Peruvian capital.
Lt Huerta, a pilot with eight years’ experience who had been flying combat missions since 19, was ordered to take off in his Russian-made Sukhoi-22 fighter to intercept the strange silvery object that had been spotted floating near the end of the runway.
The object was five kilometres away, hanging in the air about 600 metres off the ground, and was not replying to any communications.


“This ‘balloon’ was in restricted air space without authorisation, representing a grave challenge to national sovereignty,” the now-retired Colonel writes in UFOs: Generals, Pilots, and Government Officials Go on the Record.



Saturday, December 26, 2015

Montana man claims he has proof that UFOs are real after capturing images of two UFOs on camera

                                                                                                                                        DR. RICHARD O'CONNOR/JAML.ORG
The photos show two smooth, cylindrical objects that appear to be moving through the sky at high speed.


Montana man claims he has proof that UFOs are real in two photographs captured by powerful cameras

The truth is out there.

A Montana man claims to have positive proof of alien life after capturing images of two UFOs on camera.

Dr. Richard O’Connor’s images of two unidentified flying objects were snapped on Nov. 4 with two powerful motion capture cameras he keeps pointed at the sky.

The five photos show two smooth, cylindrical objects that appear to be moving through the sky at high speed.

“Basically what you see is a very symmetrical, smooth and reflective surface that appears to have his own light source,” O’Connor told Detroit Free Press.
“In my opinion, even a hardened skeptic would say ‘Wow, that is what I expect a UFO would look like.’”  Read more >>

Monday, December 21, 2015

Final proof aliens exist?

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Final proof aliens exist? Nasa photos show ancient Hieroglyphs carved into rock on Mars

ALIEN hunters claim to have found the historic "final straw" of evidence that extra terrestrial beings exist claiming they have discovered ancient hieroglyphic-like carvings on Mars.

Nasa photographs, taken by the Curiosity Rover, apparently show the writing on a rock.


Footage of Nasa images, taken by its Curiosity Rover, show the writing on a rock, according to and alien researchers and conspiracy theorists who are convinced it proves there was once an ancient civilisation on Mars, much like those on Earth. 

Friday, December 11, 2015

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

A crashed UFO is being investigated

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Crashed fireball UFO being 'investigated by secret agents' - but what's really going on?

A crashed UFO is being investigated by secret agents after it came down close to a road - at least that's what we are led to believe.

In the convincing footage the green lights from the UFO can be seen shooting through the sky, before it looks as though it has come down nearyby.

But the viral stunt, showing people in South Africa that a downed UFO had crash landed in their country flopped, when savvy social media users rumbled it as a prank within minutes.

The scam - to promote a new health drink - started with video clips apparently showing strange lights in the sky, and one of them then crashing to earth.

In the full advert which reveals the advertising campaign as a joke sees teams wearing bio-hazard suits starting to seal off areas in the southern city of Cape Town.
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