|UFO spotted at Delhi airport; Indian Air Force on high alert (Watch Video) Oct 29, 2015, UFO Sighting News. |
Posted: 02 Nov 2015 07:41 PM PST
Date of sighting: Oct 29, 2015Location of sighting: Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, IndiaNews source: http://www.indiatvnews.com/news/india/ufo-spotted-at-delhi-airport-indian-air-force-on-high-alert-55665.html On Friday Nov 13, a UFO or unidentified flying object that NASA said is hollow and long like a tube will fall to earth. This UFO sighting a few days ago is not far from the Indian ocean where it will fall. It looks like the object falling is alien, and the UFO sightings in recent days will only increase in that area until their craft lands safely into the ocean. Scott C. Waringwww.ufosightingsdaily.com News states:Delhi is immensely popular for sight-seeing but spotting an unidentified flying object over India’s national capital is something unheard of. Security agencies at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport have been put on high alert after multiple reports of UFO sightings. This is not an individual’s figment of imagination though. The fact that a suspicious flying object was reported by two people, at different locations, is enough to order an inquiry into the matter. For now, the Indian Air Force has also been put on alert and have direct orders to shoot down any UFO or suspicious flying entity. On October 29, an Air Vistara pilot from Bhubaneshwar complained that he was distracted by a laser beam at the time of landing. The flight was carrying hundreds of passengers at the time. Another sighting comes straight from the Air Traffic Control (ATC) tower where an Indian Air Force (IAF) member noticed a flying object at approximately 10:44 AM IST on October 30. He reported seeing two more objects, at 10:50 AM IST and 10:55 AM IST, respectively. Despite claiming to see a UFO/drone, no concrete evidence was discovered to support the claims. Officers of the Intelligence Bureau, Bureau for Civil Aviation Security (BCAS), Delhi Police, and the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) met to discuss the event and the IAF has been advised to keep strict vigil. It is interesting to note that the Delhi Police has prohibited the use of any laser beams or similar objects, by an individual or group, in and around the IGI airport. If eye-witness incidents are to be believed, this is a direct violation of the law. But the more important question is about the origins of these flying objects and laser beams. Some mysterious space junk, dubbed a UFO, is about to crash into the Indian Ocean on November 13, 2015. But the sightings at IGI were no ordinary space debris. It will be naive of us to dismiss this as an act of mischief. But to fuel theories regarding UFO sightings will only please the conspiracy camp, and upset the other lot.
|Police Officer Talks About His UFO Sighting Back In Aug 1979, Video, UFO Sighting News. |
Posted: 02 Nov 2015 05:59 PM PST
Date of sighting: Aug 27, 1979Location of sighting: Warren, Minnesota, USANews source: http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2015/11/01/finding-minnesota-deputys-ufo-encounter/ I always find that UFO reports by police, military and government officials to be exceptionally credible. It ridiculous to think otherwise. We have to trust the heroes of our society, or we can't trust anyone. Scott C. Waringwww.ufosightingsdaily.com News states:WARREN, Minn. (WCCO) — Every now and then, someone calls 911 about mysterious objects in the sky. Most can be explained away as atmospheric conditions or aircraft — or sometimes just too much whiskey. But to this day, a Minnesota UFO sighting from the ‘70s is considered more credible than most, in part because of who called it in. Marshall County sheriff’s deputy Val Johnson was on patrol in the early morning hours of Aug. 27, 1979, when he spotted something strange along a rural highway. The president of the Marshall County Historical Society, Kent Broten, knows the story well. “What (Deputy Johnson) saw was a bright object, maybe like a foot in diameter, about three and a half feet off the ground,” Broten said. “As he explained it in the news reports, what was there all of a sudden was here, so the light just shot at him, engulfed his car in light and blinded him.” Thirty-six years later, the deputy’s damaged squad car is still what brings most people in, to the Marshall County Museum. Herb Maurstad, a fellow deputy at the time, is still at a loss to explain how the car’s antennas became warped at different angles, the windshield was smashed, a headlight broken and the hood dented. The dashboard clock stopped for 14 minutes, as did Deputy Johnson’s watch, before starting up again. Maurstad said an expert from Ford Motor Company inspected the windshield and said the cracks were unusual. He said it’s not the type of shattering you would get if you hit the windshield with a hammer, for example. “You can see that it wasn’t Val Johnson’s head that hit there because it’s in the wrong place,” Maurstad said. “Way too low.” Broten stops short of calling it an alien encounter. “It doesn’t mean it’s from outer space,” he said. “It’s just an unidentified flying object hit it and it just hasn’t been explained, so it’s unidentified.” Johnson was treated for welder-type burns to his eyes. His supervisor at the time was Sheriff Dennis Brekke, who is now retired. “We do believe that our deputy had an encounter with something that we haven’t been able to explain yet on this date,” Brekke said, “and there’s a lot of interest because of that, I guess.” The Internet has brought about new interest over the past several years. Conspiracy theorists are still trying to solve what law enforcement, mechanical inspectors and the Center for UFO Studies could not. “I don’t know what happened,” Brekke said. “I know in my own mind I did the best job we could, me and my department, to investigate and find out what went on. And all we found out is: We don’t know.” Maurstad, who later became Marshall County Sheriff, said he now believes in UFOs. “Yeah, I kind of do,” he said. “There’s got to be something more than us around.” Johnson is now retired and living in western Wisconsin. Reached by phone, Johnson said there’s already so much information out there, he really prefers not to talk about this anymore.