Here's information you won't find in your local newspaper: On Saturday, January 11, 2003, beginning at 8:30 p.m., a large group of "flying fireballs" were seen over Buenos Aires, Argentina. UFO researcher Ricardo E. D'Angelo says, "Right now, Buenos Aires is experiencing a massive wave of UFOs, possibly the most intense of the past few years. Balls of fire, crossing the sky at high and low altitudes and in all directions, were observed by thousands of Portenos (the nickname for residents of Buenos Aires) and videotaped between 8:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. I myself counted 23 of them in the sky at one time, and I am accustomed to seeing satellites pass overhead. These were definitely not satellites.
"The balls of fire were three to four times more luminous than Venus," says D?Angelo. "?Many of the fireballs had small pulsing lights at their outside edges--colorful blue at the tips but also red and green. Later in the evening, ten of the phenomena crossed the sky from one side to the other, entering heavily-populated barrios in which they were witnessed by many people. Their speed varied greatly, ranging from hovering stationary to showing a very high velocity at times, appearing and disappearing without any regard for logic."
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