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ARCHIVED THREAD (UFO SIGHTINGS)

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magpie
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#16 | Posted: 7 Dec 2008 16:07
in the 70s,me and friends were playing on our housing estate,when we saw a reddish orange light been chased by a helicopter.we ran after it and saw the thing go down in a field.as we were still running to the area a lot of police and other vehicles pulled up.a lady grabbed me and pulled me in a house saying you don't want to be here.cant remember much after that except people knew about it but never made a big deal of it ,like "yer,i remember that"and nothing else said.we use to have jet fighters patrolling around for a long time after that.this was in Hull.
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#17 | Posted: 7 Dec 2008 18:49 | Edited by: RICHPLANET.NET
I received an email yesterday,

"I don't know if you're aware of this, but there have been a number of UFO sightings around Boldon and Washington over the past few days. I haven't seen it myself but a number of people have seen something strange in the sky, and one man claims to have seen it land in a field in Boldon. The South Shields Gazette has confirmed they have had a number of phone calls about it."

Anyone know anything?, I will ring the Gazette on Monday

Richard D. Hall
Dave Hall
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#18 | Posted: 18 Dec 2008 19:06
Hi Richard,
I would just like to say that I enjoyed your talk at Hartlepool, and I was the guy that mentioned my sighting, when you asked.
I would like to mention another experience, that also happend to me.
Going back a few years, I was on the moors above Bradford, I had gone up there to have a look at the HALE-BOPP comet, that was visible for a week or so.
I was a good night, and the sky and the comet were very clear.
After a while, I looked over Bradford, and noticed a large orange ball ,static, just above the horizon. I had my binoculars with me, and was able to see it very clearly. It was not a star, or Venus, or any of that sort of thing. It was too large and too low down.
I then noticed that it was in the vicinty of where my Daughter lived. I noted the time, it was around 8-30pm.
To be honest I cannot remember what happend to it, whether it moved off, or blinked out, I cannot recall.
The next night I rang my Daughter, and told her of what I had seen. She asked me what time it was, and I said "Around 8-30pm"
She said "That was strange, because, all the electric power went off in her area for a few minutes, around that time.
Coincedence---- I dont know.
Perhaps, just another one for the sceptics to pull apart.
Dave
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#19 | Posted: 18 Dec 2008 19:23 | Edited by: RICHPLANET.NET
Thanks -

Power failure is often associated with UFO activity. I spoke to Gary Heseltine recently, you might know of him, a UFO researcher and also a Detective Constable. He told me about why he originally became interested in the subject. When he was fifteen he witnessed a very convincing UFO, bright light etc, then when he got back to his house found that there had been power failures.
telecaster
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#20 | Posted: 20 Dec 2008 21:32
Hi everyone,
I woke up in the early hours a couple of weeks ago to find a strange object beside my bed !
Six foot tall, metallic black and box shape. Within a couple of seconds it disappeared into my bedroom wall.
The point is, ever since the experience I have had an almost insatiable appetite for anything to do with UFO`s.
Before I only had a passing interest, now it`s everything.
Please tell me I`m not going mad.
I`ve never seen a UFO but now it`s an ambition.
Has anyone else had a similar experience ?
Thanks
Simon
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#21 | Posted: 27 Dec 2008 13:06 | Edited by: RICHPLANET.NET
Richplanet.net have received details of a sighting from ALAN of BISHOP AUKLAND

I have att 2 photos that i took of a light in the sky above Bishop auckland at approx 21;30 on 26th Dec.

Bishop Aukland Sighting - Image 1 Bishop Aukland Sighting - Image 2

My wife saw the light and asked me if i knew what it was. when i saw it i thought it to be both an unusual shape and colour. to the naked eye it appeared to be triangular in shape and of a bright orange colour. the object travelled in a straight line at a speed i would assess at that of slightly faster than a comercial airliner. in terms of size, the light was larger than those i would associate with an aicraft additionally the object made no sound at all. the object travelled at the same trajectory (approx north west) and disappeared from view after approx 30 seconds.

the object had no trailing debris.

we have subsequently noticed that on the photos there is a small additional image approx in the centre of the frame. this additional image was not visible to the naked eye and we cannot determine what it is.

we would like to know if you could hazard a guess at what this object was, my wife and i are completely baffled by it.
brarew
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#22 | Posted: 27 Dec 2008 22:57
When I was about eight my sisters and I woke up very early one summer morning and went running to the barn to check our rabbits. The sun was not quite up yet, I threw open the barn doors and there were about six figures in the loft of the barn. They all stopped whatever they had been doing and watched me. Now I have always been fearless so I was surprised that I felt strongly I was in danger and went running back to the house. I had no language at the time to explain them so I told my mother they were bald monkeys. Of course by the time my mother got out there, they were gone.
Since that time I have had several encounters and sightings, some of which involved one than me. I have come to expect and accept the fact that we are not alone. I do not have clear images of a specific abduction, but rather all experiences leading up to one and then no memory of the actual abduction. I'm certain that's for the best, I'm not sure (fearless or not) that I'm ready for the horrific memories I am sure are waiting to be discovered. I often have bruises on the insides of my thighs, or my upper arm as though I was held down, legs held open. Now days, I go about my life and know in my heart that there are others that have these experiences. I am not alone, literally or figuratively. None of us are, the nay sayers are just narrow minded flat earth thinkers. They have not the capacity nor desire to understand anything that does not direct relate to them.....awe but it does, doesn't it.

Peace and Love,
Brarew
CTRILEY
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#23 | Posted: 1 Jan 2009 10:41 | Edited by: CTRILEY
I've lived in Spennymoor all of my life and in the November of 1979 (aged 12 at the time) I and two others friends went to visit a friend. His house had two entrances, but we always used the side door which led through to the kitchen. The kitchen was getting rather busy so in order we could talk, we decided to step outside to the rear garden. The time was between 6 and 7 o'clock and being the time of year the Sun had long set, leaving a fairly cloudless sky. There was no outside lighting and the house itself was located on the corner of a street called Wood Vue, with it's garden facing Northward at a right angle to the gardens of the neighbouring houses. Thus providing a clear view several hundred feet down the back of the entire street, which combined with illumination from street lights been blocked by the houses meant there was a reduction in the level of light pollution. Thus, dark enough to provide reasonable visibility of the stars.

One of us noticed a slow moving, low flying, white light flying from West to East. Due to its speed, low altitude (as viewed from our perspective) and flight direction we assumed it to be an aircraft heading towards what used to be called Teesside Airport. We would have stopped our observations there had it not been for what happened next. I noticed another white light (which we all presumed to be another aircraft) of similar speed and luminance travelling from East to West. Given their direction of flight and their identical altitudes caused us to believe there could be a mid-air collision.

When both lights were roughly two inches apart from my visual perspective, both began to climb in an perfect 90 degree arc without any change in the speed of either craft, whilst the flight of one perfectly mirrored that of the other. It was clear that their flight arcs would make them converge at a single point. But shortly before they were about to do so, we noticed a third light of identical luminance travelling vertically downward on a path which would intersect with the point of convergence for the other two. The first two lights merged to form a single point of light, with a slight but noticeable increase in it's luminance. The third light continued downward and merged with the other light. This new light became very bright in luminance, but remained motionless for about approximately 2 seconds (as if physical connections were being made) before quickly accelerating vertically upward until it disappeared from sight (as if it were leaving the Earth's atmosphere). From where we were located no sound from any of these objects could be heard (probably due to their distance from us), other than a single white light no other coloured lights or strobe lights were visible on any of the craft (as would be expected on an aircraft).

By no stretch of the imagination can this be explained as a weather balloon, meteorites passing through the atmosphere, the light of Venus reflecting off swamp gas or weather balloons. No aircraft I known of can do what I've described. If they weren't UFOs, I'd love to know what they were and to hear people's opinions on it. Although the whole thing only lasted a few minutes and it's nearly 30 years since it happened. Although I have good memory I can recall it in such detail, because it's one of those things in life which just stays with you. When I read or watch some documentary or film about UFO's, it just comes back to me as if it only happend yesterday.
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#24 | Posted: 3 Jan 2009 19:20 | Edited by: RICHPLANET.NET
RICHPLANET.NET received this email from a resident of HARTLEPOOL

I am 33 now and never used to believe in ufos at all, never watched any sci fi on tv and used to rubbish anyones claims as mad if I heard of anyone seeing a ufo or having a alien experience. Until apx 2002 ...when I saw a ufo in a clear blue sky without clouds or obstruction which was very low down. I was with my then partner who also saw it, the funny thing was we both got out of the car at Hartlepool MARINA next to Vue Cinema for no reason, looked up and saw this craft, hugely hovering silently. I said "OH THEY DO EXIST" really loudly, it hovered for a while, long enough to get a good look then quickly flew off, zig zagging over the marina so quick yet again soundless !!! To this day I can't believe what I saw yet I know I did see a ufo as did my then partner. It was about 9:20 in the morning but no-one else was around. It was silver and the sun glinted off the sides of it, all of which had diffrent layers of metal on its side. It was saucer shaped and the thing that struck me the most was how exactly like they do in the films they look!! I still don't have much intrest in ufos though ... but I'd take a lie detector test to prove what I saw in a clear blue sky and very low down too !
CTRILEY
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#25 | Posted: 4 Jan 2009 00:31 | Edited by: CTRILEY
Several years ago footage was broadcast oin national news of a UIFO filmed by a NASA probe on Mars. They have been seen and filmed in outer space by astronauts in the air by pilots, scientists, etc. The first sighting of UFO occurs within the Egyptian chroniciles around 1,000 BC. One was recorded being seen during one battle of Alexander the Great.

We each know what we saw or experienced was real if we each took a lie dectector test we'd pass. It's ok to speculate, yet despite all of the above if you admit to seeing a UFO or an alien you can still be condemed.
Graeme_r
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#26 | Posted: 4 Jan 2009 00:44
RICHPLANET.NET
Rich, you say "Alex Collier claims to be a 'contactee' with a race of Nordic looking humans from the constellation of Andromeda. He has had a number of contact experiences since his childhood and this developed over the years as he was given more and more information by his Andromedan contacts. I have analyzed Alex Collier's information, had phone interviews with him, and also interverviewed him over a four day period in September 2005. I have witnessed some physical evidence he has provided to support his testimony. I have also spoken with a direct witness verifying various aspects of Alex's contact experiences.
My conclusion from my investigation so far of Alex is that he is very credible and very likely a genuine contactee with a 'friendly' extraterrestrial race".

A constellation is a group of stars in a small area of the sky that ancient humans imagined formed a pattern that resembled an object or person in mythology. The stars in a constellation just happen to be in the same area of the sky as viewed from Earth. The actual stars in a constellation could be tens or hundreds or thousands of light years away from each other and totally disconnected from each other.

What is crucial here is exactly what Collier said to you. If he said that the Nordics originated from a star that appears to be in the constellation of Andromeda, then that may have some credibility -which star is it?
If he literally said the nordics come from the the "constellation" of Andromeda, this demonstrates a fundamental error of Astronomical knowledge on the part of Alex or those who made the claim to him, possibly a terrestrial member of the military etc trying to implant a hypnotic suggestion. Can you get him to be specific about the location? It is fundamental to assessing the true credibility of his claim. If he cannot identify a specific star in the constellation of Andromeda that the Nordics in habit his claim must be treated as highly suspect.

Graeme
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#27 | Posted: 4 Jan 2009 01:08 | Edited by: RICHPLANET.NET
The text on the Alex Collier page was derived from the following site, I did not write it, I have never spoken to him. It is Dr. Michael E. Salla who has spoken to him. I have included the link on the Alex Collier page to clarify this.

Click here for Michael E. Salla Article

I know exactly what you mean, and I am fairly sure that both Collier and Salla know exactly where these aliens are from. It is a star in the Andromeda galaxy constellation ( I am not sure which one). There is another video you can watch made in May 2008, where Collier describes his story, he may mention which star it is in this video.

Click Here for 2008 Video of Alex Collier
Graeme_r
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#28 | Posted: 4 Jan 2009 21:22
Thanks for the reply - I understand now that you were not quoting yourself. Note that the constellation of Andromeda is believed to have been conceived and named (from Mythological Characters) by Ancient Humans. It contains a number of stars from our own Milky Way Galaxy and also M31, the next nearest Galaxy to our own. M31 is over two Million light years away from us, whereas the stars in Andromeda you can see from our own Galaxy are only tens to thousands of light years away from us.
I think Collier knows little about Astronomy and is either a fraud or victim of hypnotic suggestion or manipulation. As well as refernces to Nordics from "Andromeda" he says all human life originates from Lyra, which again is a constellation. If aliens know the names we have given constellations, why couldn't they tell him the names of the individual stars within the Constellations so that we would know the specific star in question. It's like Phoney mediums being unable to give a surname. They say they have a message from somebody called John who died of a heart condition and willing believers in an audience allow themselves to be taken in. If they can't give a surname it's difficult to put their claims to any kind of scrutiny. Dito for Lyra, especially when you see how dispersed the stars that make up Lyra are. Lyra isn't in a discrete small corner of the Galaxy. It's main stars lie at distances of 25, 882, 635 and 162 Light years away from us. All happen to appear to be in the same part of the sky when observed from Earth, but they would look miles away from each other if viewed from other parts of the Galaxy. We could call ourselves Casseopians becuase from Alpha Centauri, our sun would appear to be in the constellation of Cassiopea. But if observed from Vega, the main star in Lyra, we our Sun would be nowhere near to Casseopia.
Dave Hall
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#29 | Posted: 6 Jan 2009 13:50
Replying to Simon (telecasers) experience....
Around 15 years ago a similar thing happend to me.
I the old house that we used to live in we did not have central heating, therefore in winter the bedrooms were very cold.
I awoke one winters night, because I wanted to goto the toilet, I lay there for some moments steeling myself to get up as I knew it would be a bit chilly. I say this so to mention that I was fully awake.
I threw back the covers, swung my legs out of bed and stood up, sort of in one motion.
The bedroom door was to the right of the bed, at my side, the door was shut, but in the corner, not 3 feet away from me was this object.
It was about 30 ins in diameter, and floating just above the floor, I knew this as I was looking down on it, It gave off a glow that lit up the corner of the room, and was rotating slowly, with no sound.
I only got a quick look at the thing, as I fell back on the bed, in disbelife, and shock.
I ventured to look again, but it had vanished. I woke my wife, who had slept through the whole event, and told her what I had seen. I know I looked shocked, and there was no reason she said, that she did not believe me.
I know I was awake, I know what I saw, but to this day I have no idea what it was.
Dave
telecaster
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#30 | Posted: 6 Jan 2009 21:15
Thank God I`m not the only one Dave !
Like you I know I was totally awake.
You didn`t mention if you had been interested in ufo`s before the experience.
Ever since mine, it`s become almost an obsession !
The subject seems to be a catch 22.
People moan that there isn`t enough photo evidence but if you have one, it`s debunked !
The two most annoying things about ufo`s to me are these....
1. experts saying it`s a weather balloon
2. that E.T.s won`t bypass the government and show themselves to US !
Happy New Year
Cheers Dave
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