Out There stories relating to "Florida UFO"
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Residents of Ocala, Florida are observing large numbers of helicopters seemingly accompanying unknown planes, but neither civil nor military authorities can identify the aircraft, which have been seen a number of times on recent nights. This is reminiscent of the 'ghost planes' phenomeno
n that haunted Norway in the 1930s, and of the 1980 Cash-Landrum case
near Houston, where a large number of military helicopters were seen accompanying a flaming triangle device. Witnesses to that event received catastrophic radiation doses. A search party in the Norwegian case was sent looking for the ghost planes and never returned.
Let's hope the Ocala case remains benign.
(The photo on the linked page is a stock photo. It's not intended to be a photo of the mystery aircraft.)
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Another low flying triangle, this one in Florida. The question has to be asked: is something new going on? The number of triangle reports has increased significantly over the past year, and especially low-flying triangles.
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Monday, August 13, 2012
The video is hardly conclusive, but the humming sound is very eerie and the dog's barking is typical of canine reaction to UFOs. Given the nearby thunderstorm and the lack of proper lighting, it is improbable that this is a blimp. An apparent genuine unknown, and an excellent audio catch.
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
This object was sighted over the water off Ft. Meyers, Florida yesterday. There is no reason to belileve that this is a CGI effect. It's an unknown, and given the two lights, an unusual one.
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
This is an unusual video. While it's true that fireflies do swarm in swampy areas, if this was indeed taken in November, it would be unusual to see them out in such numbers in the Florida Panhandle. It's also worth remembering that Ed Walters made his UFO videos in this same area, and that a UFO appeared over Gulf Breeze in the Florida Panhandle for many years. Working against this video is the fact that the witness states that he saw the object shoot up into the sky. If so, then how is it that he doesn't show that event, which would, of course, be strongly suggestive of authenticity? As the video ends in a freeze frame, he cannot claim that he just coincidentally cut off the camera at that moment. So where is the rest of it?
Wednesday, April 27, 2011