Out There

September 2013

Saturday, September 28, 2013

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A number of readers have sent us this video of UFOs allegedly shot over Wittenberg, German on September 18. This does not appear to be a video shot using night vision equipment. The simple reason is that the background is too dark. Night vision systems gather all light, not just the light that happens to be emanating from an object. This shows every sign of being an animation. Most likely verdict: just another UFO trickster trolling for clickthroughs and making a little cash out of YouTube advertising. Tired, old, dreary. (If I'm wrong and somebody can prove it, I have a hat and am ready to eat.)

Friday, September 27, 2013

There have been rumors floating around among UFO investigators for some time that there is some new Roswell evidence. Unknowncountry has confirmed that the substance of the report in the blog linked here is correct, with one exception: CNN has not been contacted about this material. There is reason to hope that this new evidence will provide strong corroboration of the claims made by other Roswell witnesses, and will finally reveal the actual appearance of the bodies that were recovered from the crash.

Thursday, September 26, 2013

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The UFOs in this video could easily be CGI inclusions. Given the usual low resolution, there's basically no way to tell. The ship seems to be having a fire, but whatever happened, it wasn't enough to attract the interest of California's voracious news media. So who knows? The most interesting thing about the video is the comment from a probable fake YouTuber, 'Lulzim Ademi.' Apparently he's never done anything except add the comment 'UFO my ass' to this video. So, is he real or a product of the massive social engineering effort to create the impression (false) that the public is hostile to UFOs? There are literally hundreds of these characters on YouTube.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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This video, taken last April, remains unexplained. It's a good example of a probable unknown. It's moving too fast to be a blimp, it's not close to the camera, and it shows not the slightest evidence of wings or a tail. Probable unknown.
Dreamland guests Rob and Trish MacGregor had a UFO sighting in Jupiter, Florida on the night of September 21. They report that the orange-colored orbs they observed did not blink or flicker out, suggesting that they probably weren't candle lanterns. Although it is hard to judge from a photo, such lanterns do not rise very far into the sky, and these lights appear to be well above the horizon. Possible unknowns.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

On September 18, 1973, Jimmy Carter reported seeing a UFO. He promised, when elected president, to end the UFO coverup and release the UFO files. He was elected. He didn't release the files and he didn't end the coverup. He's been asked about that many times. Try it, he'll say he won't talk about the subject. Why? Because THERE IS A COVERUP and it's way bigger than a mere president. End of story.
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This video recalls one of creepier ones, this one from Monterrey, Mexico, taped in 2007. It's been roundly debunked, but actually there has never been a definitive explanation. There are many stories of levitation in the literature. For a good summary of flying saints, click here.

Monday, September 16, 2013

A science teacher at a school in Minnesota spotted something strange in the sky and managed to snap a photo of it. Unless it's one of the most unusual cloud formations ever photographed, it's a UFO. Good catch!

She says, "Was it a drone? Was it somebody who actually created something and they were flying it? Was it a real UFO from another planet?" she said. "It's not an aircraft known to this planet. I don't really know what it is."

She teaches at the Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig school, and I wondered about that name. Turns out, it's a terrific story. To read more about the school, click here.

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Friday, September 13, 2013

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Listen to the sound of Voyager's radio return as it leaves the influence of the sun and enters interstellar space. Voyager is the first reported manmade object to go beyond the solar system. It took 30 years!

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

This is a typical blinking night light. It appears to be triangular in shape, or three objects close together. The lighting pattern is not typical of aircraft, although it could be some sort of a blimp at great distance. Probable unknown.
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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

A local science museum is claiming responsibility for the UFO that appeared during a baseball game two nights in a row this week. So far, they have not released any photos of the object on the ground. Until they actually show it in operation and under their control in daylight, the case remains open.

Sunday, September 8, 2013

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This object was in the sky, not a CGI effect, but is it a UFO or a radio controlled blimp designed to appear to be a UFO? Frankly, without being able to gauge its size, I cannot come to a conclusion. Possible unknown.

Thursday, September 5, 2013

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Recently a UFO photographed over Phoenix was found to be a high flying NASA research balloon. This looks like something similar, but has nothing of the appearance of the NASA balloon. Could it be an amateur effort to create a UFO, or are research balloons becoming more common? It appears to morph into a rocket-like shape, complete with an exhaust glow. There is enough strangeness here to warrant a look.

Monday, September 2, 2013

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This witness has a good camera setup and gets a lot of footage of unknowns as a result. While there is more activity is some places than in others, setting up an automatic sky recording system will result in at least an occasional unknown being captured on video. In places where there is lots of visible sky and not a lot of ambient light, more will be observed. Using infra-red cameras will bring even more. Fifty years ago, a UFO was a startling and rare sight. This is no longer true. They are relatively common all over the world. This is a particularly good 'catch,' though.