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The Navy recently confirmed in an official announcement what the world has known nearly two years that Unidentified Aerial Phenomena being chased by Navy Jets all over the world are real and they are not ours! In an announcement dated September 18, 2019 CNN reported; "The US Navy has finally acknowledged footage purported to show UFOs hurtling through the air. And while officials said they don't know what the objects are, they're not indulging any hints either. The objects seen in three clips of declassified military footage are "unidentified aerial phenomena," Navy spokesperson Joe Gradisher confirmed to CNN. Gradisher said the Navy's transparency about unidentified aerial phenomena, or UAP, is largely done to encourage trainees to report "incursions" they spot in the airfield, which threaten pilots' safety. "This is all about frequent incursions into our training ranges by UAPs," he said. "Those incursions present a safety hazard to the safe flight of our aviators and the security of our operations." The public clips capture just a fraction of the frequent incursions Navy training ranges see, he said. "For many years, our aviators didn't report these incursions because of the stigma attached to previous terminology and theories about what may or may not be in those videos," he said. The only way to find out what those UAP are, he said, is to encourage trainees to report them when they see them." This is a major, and we repeat MAJOR, announcement by our military and recognized as such by major media. Meanwhile, well connected folks are briefing Congress on our behalf behind the scenes on the UFO matter and diligently working to get our elected officials to "do something about it." Like funding research to study it.But they need your help. This will be the first step to finding out who they are, where they're from, and why they're here, and ultimately what this means to all of us on planet earth. You can help by writing to your congressperson and Senators and demanding they take this seriously. Unfortunately, they have many matters vying for their attention, but this should hold priority above all else because it deals with our future. We have posted on the MUFON website a letter HERE - you can cut and paste into an e-mail to your congressperson and two senators and the links to allow you to do this easily. I strongly encourage you to do this NOW! It's time to drive change through our elected officials. Together we WILL make this happen.
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2019 was banner year for credible UFO sightings
It’s been a helluva year for Unidentified Flying Objects.
Once thought to be fictional works used to sell tabloids, 2019 has been awash with news of UFOs, aliens and strange phenomenon — including reports (complete with video) from verifiably sane sources.
In November, another report in Popular Mechanics confirmed that after the 2004 incident, two “unknown individuals” took the data tapes away and wiped the memory from the Navy hard drive.
Meanwhile, just around the time the Popular Mechanics report was released, unidentified flying objects were captured on video off North Carolina’s Outer Banks and the Army announced a partnership with Blink-182 frontman Tom DeLonge’s To the Stars Academy to research alien technology.
But while astronomers say humans finding aliens may take a long time — 2019 was a particularly active year for UFOs visiting Earth.
According to the National UFO Reporting Center, on Sept. 21, in Gallipolis, Ohio, “A husband (former law enforcement) and wife (scientist), while sitting outside their recreational vehicle at a public campsite, witnessed a very bright light approach their campsite from the south in an erratic manner, appearing to slow or stop on several occasions as it drew near. It got within 50 yards, they estimate, of their campsite, at which time, out of a sense of alarm, the husband reached for his .45 caliber sidearm, but he felt unable to use his arm, or lift the firearm. The object, estimated by the witnesses to have been approximately 20 feet in diameter, hovered nearby for approximately 8 seconds, and then suddenly accelerated toward the west, and disappeared very quickly to the west.”
Meanwhile, on Sept. 1, in Taos, New Mexico, “Three elk hunters allegedly witnessed two alien creatures, standing upright, on a nearby hilltop. The next day, two of them return to the same area to look for evidence, and they allegedly witness an unusual looking craft resting on the ground.”
Closer to home, on Aug. 12, on the New Jersey Garden State Parkway (near exit 38B by Atlantic City), “A husband and wife were driving north on the NJ Garden State Parkway when their attention was drawn to two peculiar white lights that appeared to be approaching their location. Suddenly, they realized that the lights were affixed to a very large, triangular craft, which maneuvered to above the highway and hovered. The witnesses could see ‘windows’ on the top of the craft, from which light appeared to emanate. Traffic was passing underneath the craft.”
If you’re worried about your home state, a handy UFO HotSpot Infographic was created by SatelliteInternet.com, which shows the states with the most alien activity.
According to the infographic, aliens apparently prefer colder climes as “UFO hotspots include Washington State (the home of the National UFO Reporting Center), Montana and Vermont. Alaska and Maine are also popular states for alien encounters.”
The states with the least alien activity are Texas, Louisiana, Georgia, Mississippi and Alabama — despite former President Jimmy Carter logging an official report with the International UFO Bureau in 1969, claiming he had seen a self-illuminated, multi-colored UFO before giving a speech at the Lions Club in Leary, Georgia.
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The Launch Mission
The first release of the Undisclosed UFO videos
In the 15 years since Chad Underwood recorded a bizarre and erratic UFO — now called “the Tic Tac,” a name Underwood himself came up with — from the infrared camera on the left wing of his F/A-18 Super Hornet, he’s become a flight instructor, a civilian employee in the aerospace industry, and a father. But he has not yet spoken publicly about what he saw that day, even now, two years after his video made the front page of the New York Times. As he explained before speaking with Intelligencer, Underwood has mostly wanted to avoid having his name “attached to the ‘little green men’ crazies that are out there.”
The story of the Tic Tac begins around November 10, 2004, when radar operator Kevin Day first reported seeing odd and slow-moving objects flying in groups of five to ten off of San Clemente Island, west of the San Diego coast. At an elevation of 28,000 feet, moving at a speed of approximately 120 knots (about 138 miles per hour), the clusters were too high to be birds, too slow to be conventional aircraft, and were not traveling on any established flight path, at least according to Day.
In a military report made public by KLAS-TV in Las Vegas, Day would later observe that the objects “exhibited ballistic-missile characteristics” as they zoomed from 60,000 feet to 50 feet above the Pacific Ocean, alarmingly without producing sonic booms. All told, radar operators with the Princeton spent about two weeks attempting to figure out what the objects were, a process that included having the ship’s radar system shut down and recalibrated to make sure that the mysterious radar returns were not not false positives, or “ghost tracks.”
Eventually, David Fravor, commanding officer of the Black Aces, made visual confirmation of one of the objects midair during a flight-training exercise. An hour later, Underwood made his infrared recording on a second flight. “That day,” Underwood recalls, “Dave Fravor was like, ‘Hey, dude. BOLO.’ Like, be on the lookout for just something weird. I can’t remember the exact terms that he used. I didn’t really think much about it at the time. But once I was able to acquire it on the radar and on the FLIR [forward-looking infrared camera], that’s kind of where things — I wouldn’t say ‘went sideways’ — but things were just different.”
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The footage appears to depict what Fravor had identified as a 40-foot-long, white, oblong shape (hence “Tic Tac”), hovering somewhere between 15,000 and 24,000 feet in midair and exhibiting no notable exhaust from conventional propulsion sources, even as it makes a surprising dart leftward in the video’s final moments. Of the three UFO incidents captured by U.S. Navy airmen via infrared gun-camera pods, Underwood’s footage remains unique for its lack of cross talk between the pilots — a fact that has led to some speculation about its authenticity. But “there wasn’t anything on it that was protected,” Underwood’s retired former commanding officer Dave Fravor told Intelligencer. The missing audio, he says, “just didn’t make the copy that was taken from the storage drive.”
A former fighter pilot who served on the Nimitz in 2004, who spoke to Intelligencer on condition of anonymity, recalled an exhilarating group screening of the FLIR1 video inside the Nimitz’s Carrier Vehicle Intelligence Center (CVIC): “Debriefs were usually pro forma in the CVIC, but this one in particular was so odd,” the former pilot said. “There weren’t really a lot of skeptics in that room.” Years later, Fravor told ABC News that he didn’t know what the Tic Tac was, but that “it was really impressive, really fast, and I would like to fly it.” In the CVIC that day, the anonymous pilot told Intelligencer, “We all had that. We all wanted to fly it.”
Of the many people to have spotted or recorded the objects, a handful, like Fravor or Princeton’s (retired) Chief Master-at-Arms Sean Cahill, who reported seeing what appeared to be another grouping of the objects from the missile cruiser’s deck, have spoken to journalists or documentarians. Others have not: Lieutenant Colonel “Cheeks” Kurth, a Marine Hornet squadron commanding officer who was also asked to intercept the Tic Tac, still has not done an on-the-record interview. (Three years after the sighting, however, Kurth did take a job as a program manager at Bigelow Advanced Aerospace Space Studies in Las Vegas, whose owner Robert Bigelow has been a well-known private funder of UFO and paranormal research for decades. It was during this same period that Bigelow became a military contractor working on the Pentagon’s once-secret UFO investigation program, the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program.)
Underwood now joins Fravor, Cahill, and others, in speaking about his experience with the Tic Tac. This conversation has been condensed and edited for clarity.
What did you think of Dave Fravor’s appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience?
I’m glad Dave went on Joe’s show. He nailed every detail. At the time of the incident, he was essentially my boss, my commanding officer. I was just a pilot in his squadron. Are you familiar at all with how aircraft-carrier air operations work?
So, usually, we fly for about an hour, hour and a half, and then land. Then there’s the next wave of folks that take off and do their mission, blah, blah, blah. That day, Dave Fravor was landing at the same time I was getting my gear on, and we crossed paths just after he’d seen it. I really don’t want to get into what Dave saw, specificallyTo summarize Fravor’s eyewitness account to the New York Times, the pilot reported seeing a large submerged object that was causing the ocean to churn. Hovering about 50 feet above that churn, the 40-foot Tic Tac zipped erratically around the submerged object. Fravor observed the Tic Tac as he banked his F/A-18 in a spiral descent to get a closer look. As he told the Times, the Tic Tac “accelerated like nothing I’ve ever seen” and left him “pretty weirded out.”, because I didn’t see it with my own eyeballs. But I told him, “The Princeton” — again, which has got a really good sophisticated radar — “is reporting that there’s an object out there that they wanted us to see if we could find and, if we’re able, track.”
So, we go out to where our designated training area is. We’re not necessarily looking for something, but the Princeton had a specific object that they wanted us to hunt, for lack of a better word. And all of a sudden, I got this blip on my radar.
The “Tic Tac.”
The term “Tic Tac,” I actually coined that. So, any time you heard the term, “It looked like a ‘Tic Tac’ out there in the sky,” I was the one that kind of coined that.
Was that named based on what you saw with your own eyes, or from looking at the screen on the camera?
No. I was more concentrated on looking at the FLIRAdvanced Targeting Forward Looking Infrared (ATFLIR) is an optical electric- and thermal-imaging system that was developed for U.S. Navy pilots by Raytheon in the late 1990s, mainly for the detection and identification of tactical targets and the delivery of autonomous precision targeting to smart weapons. In the mid-2000s, as well as today, ATFLIR was capable of detecting and tracking targets within a range of 40 nautical miles.. It was inside of 20 miles. You’re not going to see it with your own eyes until probably 10 miles, and then you’re not going to be able to visually track it until you’re probably inside of five miles, which is where Dave Fravor said that he saw it. So, at that point I didn’t see anything with my eyeballs. I was more concerned with tracking it, making sure that the videotape was on so that I could bring something back to the ship, so that the intel folks could dissect whatever it is that I captured.
The thing that stood out to me the most was how erratic it was behaving. And what I mean by “erratic” is that its changes in altitude, air speed, and aspect were just unlike things that I’ve ever encountered before flying against other air targets. It was just behaving in ways that aren’t physically normal. That’s what caught my eye. Because, aircraft, whether they’re manned or unmanned, still have to obey the laws of physics. They have to have some source of lift, some source of propulsion. The Tic Tac was not doing that. It was going from like 50,000 feet to, you know, a hundred feet in like seconds, which is not possible.
And it was doing that during your engagement too?
Yes. That was the thing that was the most interesting to me: how erratic this thing wasJim Gillingham, an engineering consultant who worked on ATFLIR for Raytheon, suggested in an interview with Intelligencer that “if there were several things in the sky to look at, but none were quite where the pilot was trying to look,” it might produce erratic results, a glitch he’d experienced using the ATFLIR to track planes from the ground during development testing. “We ran into this when trying to get a lock and there were two aircraft climbing out. (LAX has four parallel runways). Sometimes the image would switch back and forth vigorously until we took steps to bias the lock some way.”. If it was obeying physics like a normal object that you would encounter in the sky — an aircraft, or a cruise missile, or some sort of special project that the government didn’t tell you about — that would have made more sense to me. The part that drew our attention was how it wasn’t behaving within the normal laws of physics. You’re up there flying, like, “Okay. It’s not behaving in a manner that’s predictable or is normal by how flying objects physically move.”
From looking at the video at the time and more recently, do you get a sense as to how much heat this thing was giving off?
Well, normally, you would see engines emitting a heat plume. This object was not doing that. The video shows a source of heat, but the normal signatures of an exhaust plume were not there. There was no sign of propulsion. You could not see the thing that the ATFLIR pod should pick up 100 percent of the time: the source of heat and exhaust that a normal object flying would give youFormer Navy F/A-18 fighter pilot Vincent “Jell-O” Aiello expressed a similar reaction to the object in the FLIR1 video during a telephone interview. “Where it looks different to me is that it has no wings like an aircraft, and there’s no perceptible heat signature from the engines or from intakes like an aircraft,” he said. “If you’re close enough to an actual aircraft and you’re tracking it, you can see heat spots at different places either leading edges of wings, where it’s hotter because of friction, or exhaust ports from where bleed air comes out, and, of course, the actual exhaust of the engines themselves.”. Does that make sense?
Yeah, it does.
Like, no method of propulsion or exhaust — and the exhaust part of it was the thing that kind of made me raise my eyebrows and be like, “Okay, this is interesting.”
Were you approaching the Tic Tac head-on? Some people have suggestedThe main source for this theory is a longtime contributor to the Skeptical Inquirer, retired Air Force Major James McGaha, whose primary flight experience, per his bio with the skeptic’s group, is with large C-130 military transport aircraft. Not fighter jets, in other words, nor their instruments. that the Tic Tac’s rapid leftward movement toward the end of the video was actually the result of your F/A-18 banking to the right and dragging the camera along with it.
We were pointed nose-on to it. Maybe 10 to 20 degrees of azimuthAzimuth is a horizontal angular measurement between a fixed direction, which in this flight navigation case is straight-ahead of the aircraft, and an object or location. In aviation, azimuth is paired with a vertical angular measurement called altitude, which should not be confused with the more common use of the word as a synonym for elevation., either left or right.
Ergo, when the object kind of darts away to the left—
I was not aggressively maneuvering the aircraft in the manner that would make the FLIR pod would do thatUnderwood’s recollections on this were corroborated by Steven T. Cummings, a former technical director for Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems who worked on ATFLIR in its R&D phase and reviewed the FLIR1 video for this story. That said, Cummings made a point of adding that he will remain skeptical about most of the Nimitz UFO witness’ accounts until the military releases more electronic data from the incident.. But look: At that point, I did not actually see the object aggressively accelerate to the left, as the video shows, to actually prove that.
Because you were at a distance where you couldn’t make visual contact with your own eyes—
And so what’s happening in the video is a little ambiguous as a result.
Right. Yeah. And that part kind of sucks, because I can’t confirm that the object aggressively accelerated that way. But I have my feelings, based off of my experience with my equipment — and also just logic, when it comes to, you know, physics.
I want to ask you some questions based on theories that America’s armchair skeptics have put forward — like whether it was birds, or whether it was some sort of thermal weather event. I mean, I’m sure you have had enough flight time that you’ve seen birds.
Yup. Birds normally fly close to the surface of the ground. So, for example, you’re not going to see birds flying at 5,000 feet. You’re going to see them more down at like 2,000 feet and below, like down to the surface. That’s just kind of how birds normally operate. And they’re typically not alone. So you can you can physically see them, in a flock or whatever. You don’t see birds at 5,000 or 10,000 or 20,000 feet. That’s just not how birds operate. So birds are out of the question.
And just so that I anticipate your next question: There are weather balloons that people launch, but this was not a weather balloon — because a balloon, it just ascends and floats from low to high altitude; it doesn’t behave erratically. I mean, it’s just a damn balloon. So that was out of the question.
It wasn’t — to the best of my knowledge — a cruise missile or any other kind of test aircraft that we possibly may have not known about, just because of the way it was behaving. Like I said, it was just very erratic. It would go from like 50 feet off the ground, which when you’re out in the open ocean, you know, off the coast of San Diego, it looked like it was just hovering over the water. But there was no method of propulsion that was keeping it airborne: no wings, no heat, keeping it airborne or aloft.
Have you ever seen a weather event on an ATFLIR?
I would say if I captured this object on my sensors independently, like I was the only one that saw it or tracked it, I might have blown it off as something like a weather event. But the amount of people and sensors from other independent sources who found it — given the time period Dave Fravor saw it, and an hour and a half later I went out and saw it, and we captured basically an object with the same description — leads me to believe that a weather event would be unlikely.
Did it surprise you or provide any kind of relief seeing the Navy officially declare the Tic Tac video genuineBefore the New York Times vetted and published the FLIR1 video, the short clip floated around samizdat-style on various online UFO forums, a situation that had led skeptics and “galaxy brain” conspiracy theorists to suspect that the video was a hoax perpetrated by the first known group to host the video on its servers, a German 3-D animation company called Vision Unlimited. In an interview with a German paranormal-news website, Vision Unlimited manager Philip Schneider said the video was not its work product, but could not explain why its servers were hosting it all the way back in 2007. and a genuine UAP when that happened in the Washington Post last September?
No, not surprised. Validation for sure.
This might be a good time to talk about what the mood was on the Nimitz after all of this.
Once I landed, I saw one of my buddies from my sister squadron. He said, “Hey, did you see something out there too?,” in a very jokey manner. And I was like, “Actually, MFer, because I know you want to make fun of me, I got it here on video.” Although, I didn’t say “MFer.” I said the actual term. He’s a good friend of mine, so it was in jest. We pop the tapes into the playback machine. I’m like, “Here, this is where it is.” Those little video cutsIn a podcast interview earlier this year, Sean Cahill (Princeton’s Chief-Master-at-Arms) recalled that the name of this shortened FLIR1 video, the only version that the public has seen, was named “14November_condensed or something like that.” As Cahill told the podcast’s host, Alejandro Rojas, the video file was shared widely by crew members of the Nimitz and the Princeton using the carrier group’s low-bandwidth, circa 2004 Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet), before much later being published by the New York Times in December 2017. — that you see of my FLIR recording — were taken there at the intelligence center. What they do with it from there, I don’t have a whole lot to deal with.
When I was still in my flight gear, so probably within about 20 minutes or so, I spoke to someone that I assume was from NORAD. I described it exactly as I just told you. I didn’t get debriefed. The interesting thing was, normally, if you see something out in the middle of the ocean that’s a test project, we would get debriefed on it, one-on-one, in a dark room. Whether it’s from the folks at Edwards test siteSince the end of World War II, Edwards Air Force Base has been one of the premiere testing sites for new U.S. military aircraft, and later home to NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center for the testing of advanced spacecraft. Naturally, Edwards has been a perennial subject of American UFO lore — including an extended October 7, 1965 sighting in which base personnel struggled for over five hours to identify a series of mystery objects invading their airspace. Some fun, less intuitive trivia: The base also has its own folklore about a desert Bigfoot creature they call Yucca Man. or something like that. “Hey, yes, we were testing a project. This is what you saw.” Without going into great detail, it will be like, “Yes. This is project ‘Umptysquat’” and, basically, “This is what you saw. Don’t talk about it.” That never happened, which leads me to think that it was not a government projectA former fighter pilot currently working with the Tailhook Association, who spoke on condition of anonymity, corroborated this idea that the lack of a formal debrief for Underwood describing a top-secret aircraft would be suggestive of something more unusual than a classified test-flight program..
Or, at least, not one—
Not one that they wanted to give any acknowledgment of. And, you know, I’ve got top-secret clearance with a ton of special-project clearances. So, it’s not like I wasn’t cleared to know. But, as I’m sure you’ve found in your research, to have clearance to know something, you have to have both the clearance that it’s elevated to and you have to have the “need to know” it. And, clearly, whatever it was, if it was a government project, I did not need to know.
Yeah. Understood. Here’s something I’m curious about, because of this NORAD aspect: Did it come up that this telephone debriefing was maybe involved with something called an Operations Event Incident Report or NORAD’s OPREP-3 reporting system?Documents made public via the Freedom of Information Act, alongside other government documents including “Air Force Instruction 10–206 Operational Reporting” (AFI 10–206) published by the Secretary of the United States Air Force (SEC–USAF) on October 15th, 2008, have indicated that a US military–wide secured reporting channel dubbed OPREP-3 for “operational report category 3 Event/Incident” have become a primary means of delivering realtime information on UFO incidents up the national security chain of command, from the service members tracking the object up through to the White House. Documents released via FOIA have shown the OPREP-3 channel used to deliver information about a spate of Oct, 30th, 1975, UFO events at Wurtsmith Air Force Base in Michigan, and overlapping sightings at Loring Air Force Base in Maine, among others.
Honestly, Matt, I have no idea. Like like what level up to who I was talking to. I just wanted to answer them. I was just basically handed a telephone and said, “Hey. Answer these questions.”
Fair enough. So, Between talking to the NORAD guy and Fravor going public, there’s a several-year period where this is just like a thing that happened in your life. Did it come up very often at all?
There would be associations. I would be sitting at lunch five years later with some of my colleagues. Rumors tend to have legs. “Hey, you were out on the Nimitz in ’04. Someone told me about some alien spacecraft.” And I’m like, “Well, (1) the video that you see is my video. And no, I’ve never said that this is what I think it was or speculate as to what I think it was. That’s not my job. But I saw something. And it was also seen, via eyeballs, by both my commanding officer, Dave Fravor, and the Marine Corps Hornet squadron commanding officer who was out there as well.
When did you find out Fravor was going to go public? Did a lot of people approach you during that reporting or afterward?
It’s funny, seeing your boss’s name and face on the news, given what he was putting out there. You know, obviously, our encounter happened in 2004 — so a while back — but everything that Dave has put out there in the interviews is absolutely, 100 percent, exactly what happened on that day. And we’re still good friends to this day, so I started texting him. We had about a two-hour-long phone call and I’d be like, “Dude. Like what made this pop up?” Like, “Where was this like, you know, 12, 14 years ago?” Now it’s 15 years ago. And, I guess, that was when the Pentagon released — whatever project they called it. I can’t even remember it.
Yeah. AATIPThe Pentagon’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) ostensibly ran from 2007 to 2012 with a budget of about $22 million. It was preceded by, and may have overlapped with, another Defense Intelligence Agency program, dubbed the Advanced Aerospace Weapon System Applications Program (AAWSAP), with a wider and weirder purview that included “dark energy and the manipulation of extra dimensions.” In October 2017, New York Times reporter Ralph Blumenthal and longtime UFO researcher Leslie Kean met with a former employee of the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (OUSDI), Luis Elizondo, who had been involved with AATIP — and depending on which reporters and low-level Pentagon spokespeople you care to trust, may have led the program. Working with several other individuals from the U.S. military and intelligence world, and however improbably with Blink-182 front man Tom DeLonge, Elizondo and the Times brought news of AATIP — and with it, David Fravor’s account of the Tic Tac — to the public that December. The extent of the Pentagon’s official involvement declassifying this material is unfortunately still one of the more frustrating, unresolved, and contentious aspects of this story two years later..
Did the New York Times reach out to you? Ask for background just to confirm anything?
Not that I really care. At no point did I want to speculate as to what I thought this thing was — or be associated with, you know, “alien beings” and “alien aircraft” and all that stuff. I’m like, “No. I do not want to be part of that community.” It is just what we call a UFO. I couldn’t identify it. It was flying. And it was an object. It’s as simple as that.
I’ll let the nerds, like, do the math on what it was likely to be. I just happened to be the person that brought back the video.
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Thursday, December 19, 2019
Dr. Jacques ValleeDr. Jacques Vallee declined to attempt to fully substantiate the assertion contained in his book, Forbidden Science - Volume Four, that he secured a document confirming the CIA simulated UFO abductions in Brazil and Argentina. "I felt a duty to call attention to the issue," Vallee explained in a Dec. 17 email, but chose not to share the document or address pertinent questions surrounding its circumstances.
"If you talk to serious researchers in Latin America, you will find they are not as naive in this field as US ufologists," he added.
However, it was not researchers in Latin America who made the assertion. The 2019 book authored by Vallee contains the statement, "I have secured a document confirming that the CIA simulated UFO abductions in Latin America (Brazil and Argentina) as psychological warfare experiments."
The widely renowned UFO researcher was sent an email by The UFO Trail requesting comment, including any context he might provide, or clarify if the statement was, in hindsight, made in error. The email also made it clear a copy of the document was ultimately being sought, or as much identifying information as possible. Vallee chose not to address those questions and issues.
The email inquiry explained, "I hope you can empathize with the potential weight of the statement and why researchers would be quite interested in establishing facts surrounding its circumstances."
MY FIRST EXPERIENCE When i was 15 years old, my neighbor and i where having a sleepover in his backyard next to mine. We both lived on corner lots making our backyards very large. Both yards had large swimming pools and large fish ponds. My backyard had a large pool house with dressing rooms and an outside bar attached to that. My neighbor's yard also had a small putting green. The yard adjacent to our two yards, was as long as both our yards together. we were on the grass near the pool on lounge chairs in our sleeping bags, and john was sleeping while i was staring at the stars and the hill line running thru the city of fremont ca. I saw what looked like a pyramid of lights following the hill line coming towards us. I thought it was fighter jets flying in pattern. I heard the rumble of jet engines slowly getting louder and louder. I watched intensely as they slowly got closer. I thought they should have zipped right over us, but they seemed to be going unusually slow for only being a couple miles away now. I kept waiting for them but the bottom 2 lights on this pyramid pattern went out. The rest of the lights seem to be about a mile away now, still moving extremely slow. The next 2 lights up on this pattern went out also, and the stars under the last 3 lights seemed to be blocked out and in their place i saw 3 colored lights, orange,green and white. I started saying "JOHN,JOHN,JOHN" but didn't seem to hear me. I now Yelled "JOHN,JOHN" and pushed his shoulder but he didn't respond. I look up and two more lights where gone from the pyramid and only one light was there, then it two was gone only leaving the 3 colored lights and a very large black area that was blocking out the stars. I just then realized that the black area that was blocking the stars was round and taking up almost the size of all 3 back yards and seemed the be about 60 to 80 feet above us. The thing was as loud as a jet and then, nothing, no sound at all as it stopped above us. Completely silent and hovering. All i heard was the sound of frogs ribbiting and crickets chirping. I pulled the sleeping bag over my head shaking so much like my whole body was vibrating. About 10 seconds later i peeked out my sleeping bag and saw a solid white glowing beam coming from the craft down to the swimming pool. It was not coming from the center of the craft, but off to the left side of the bottom. It looked like i was looking at a fluorescent white light like those bulbs you see in stores on the ceilings, i couldn’t see through it. It was very thin at the craft, and about 7 to 8 feet wide where it was hitting the water in the pool. I followed the beam of light from the pool back up to the craft to where it was coming from and saw next to it what looked like a rectangle box inset in the bottom and i could see a long pipe with a smaller long pipe coming out from that inside this open box. I thought it was a leg for landing gear that was retracted. I covered my face again and felt so scared and was shaking so hard i thought i was going to fall off the lounge chair. It seemed like maybe 10 to 20 seconds later, i heard the sound of jet engines start up, and heard it moving slowing. I waited about another 10 to 20 seconds before i peeked out again and saw this thing about 3 houses down following the hill line towards mission peak in fremont ca. I turned around on my lounge chair and got on my hands and knees shaking so hard and watching it pull away very slowly. I looked at john and he was still motionless. while watching this thing move away, i heard my sister's volkswagen pull up at my house next store. I probably looked like a drunk getting out of my sleeping bag trying to get to the gate between our backyards, but i was shaking so hard i had to grab the pool railing by the steps so i wouldn't fall over. I turned and looked at the craft which was getting pretty far down the hill lines about 5 miles aways now. I stumbled to the gate and got to my backyard and saw a light on in the house where my sister was. I said "TERRI,TERRI" i saw something in the sky, she saw me shaking like a leaf. She grabbed a pencil and a piece of paper and handed it to me, then said you should call somebody. At that point i got this feeling that no one would believe me and didn't know who to call anyways. I just sat with her for a few minutes waiting to stop shaking, and thinking about those three colored lights on the underside of this thing.She didn't ask for any details, just watched me with no conversation. After a few minutes i got up and went back next door to my sleeping bag and laid there the rest of the night staring at the stars. When it starts getting light outside and i heard movement in my neighbors house in which i was in their backyard sleeping over with their son, i went up to the back door and told them what i seen, and they looked at me like i was a dog that did something stupid but kind of funny. They told me i must have been half asleep seeing the colored backyard lights around the pool and fish pond. I felt like i got punched in the stomach. I then realized that this is going to be the reaction of everyone i try to tell this story to. Im 55 now and have brain cancer, and i just feel like i have to put this in writing for other people to see, and it might find the eyes of other people that saw something before. One thing i thought about when i was getting older, this crafts lights on the bottom reminded me of the lights on a plane, they have 3 different colors displayed , green,white and orange i think they are for letting other planes know if they our coming in your direction or moving away from you. And the fact i heard what sounded like jet engines. By watching all these video documentaries and accounts from other peoples experiences , i didn’t think real alien ships made noise at all. So trying to put all this together, i do believe our government has access to to an advanced races technology but don’t quite know how to move the craft after they got the anti gravity part figured out, hence the jet engines. Should the governments tell the world that there IS a race of living beings with technology far beyond ours? How would people react if they found out there was a possibility that we were created by an advanced race? Do you think i’m a nut job just for even thinking like that? Our planet is over 4.5 billion years old and humans have only lived on it for only thousands of years and yet we have decoded the DNA genome to the point where we can design and create our own race of living things. Scary isn’t it? God like isn’t it. We WILL be gods of the beings we create if and when our moral laws are changed. If you had the ability to create your own child free from our current diseases,including cancer, with any color skin, hair, eyes and height with a very high I.Q, Would you? born and raise in Fremont CA but living in Berkeley CA
My Second UFO Expirence
I was living in an apartment in San Leandro Ca. around 2016 to 2017 and i was on the second level that had a staircase in a hallway to get to the parking lot. I was going to go shopping and headed down the stairs. I opened the the door which faces a small strip of concrete, a chain link fence, some very tall trees, and the the 580 freeway about 30 feet away. I looked up at the freeway which was about 6 feet higher then where i was standing to see what the traffic was like as i always did. Threw the trees i could see the cars flying by, and just above the cars maybe about 20 feet, i saw a huge cigar shaped blimp that was all silver color with a red stripe running the length of the blimp from front to back floating slowly over them and the freeway. This was is broad daylight. It looked like it was going to land on the freeway, but the cars did not seem to be affected. It had to have been 30 to 40 feet long. To get to my car, i had to make a left to the parking area, but decided to go right to the trailer park behind my apartments the way this thing was floating, also the trees ended there, and i would be able to see the whole blimp. When i looked right, i saw 3 ladies standing by the chain link fence facing each other chatting up a storm. I started walking towards them watching the blimp float at my walking pace. The ladies were not looking at the blimp. When i got close to the opening of the trees by the freeway, and close to the ladies chatting, i said “ hey you guys see the blimp?” i was pointing towards the freeway. All 3 of them looked towards the freeway, then back to me with a puzzled look, then went back to chatting. I got to the area where the trees stopped and the ladies where and looked at the freeway and the blimp was gone. There’s no way it could be gone, i was watching it float at my walking pace threw the trees towards these ladies 20 feet from where i started, to where the opening of the trees and these ladies where.i walked back towards my door where i first was watching it, it was gone. I don’t do drugs and i don’t drink, i didn’t just wake up out of a crazy dream. What i saw was real to my eyes and it seemed no one else could. This all happened within 30 seconds. There’s nothing else to say about this, that’s what happened and nothing more. I got in my car and left. Jay demello
The Hovering Bell I saw
Hovering Bell This just happended november 2'nd , a couple days ago, i was out on the back porch in the day time looking at all the smoke from the fires north and south of us when i saw what looked like a log or tree trunk way up in the sky probably a mile away from me in the sky. pictures went through my head trying to compair this with maybe a helocopter or a plane, but didn't come close to anything iv'e ever seen hovering, it was to me 100% a hovering tree trunk. i pulled out my phone turned on the cam, but it was too far away for my camera to pick it up, i tried zoom, but that just made the smokey sky more blury. this thing was NOT moving and i couldn't take my eyes off it because i thought i would miss it fly away real fast or something, but after about 6 to 7 minutes, it got covered by the smokey skies. I was looking at UFO pictures on the net and found one that looked real similar to what i saw, but they call it the " Bell UFO " but it was too far way for me to see the flared bottom. add section
My worst abduction was on the farm I rented a cottage on. My sister and I were well versed in avoiding the light. Never successful but worth the effort. This particular night I was lying in bed and woke up to see my sister crawling on the floor towards me saying just roll out and get on the floor. Normally I would have been chewed her out but I already knew this was serious. I rolled out and laid flat on the floor. A light scanned my room but we were beyond it's view. When the light left we went into the hallway where no lights could get us. We saw the kitchen and dining room were totally lit up from all windows. The noise was horrible, blaring horns and sirens. We were angry that the landlord had not called the police. Even with that noise we could hear each other whisper our plan. We had to cross the lights to get to the phone. No cell phone in those days. We decided to make a go for it. Not even two steps into the light and they got us. It was like the last scene of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. The next day we woke in our beds, they always put you back, got up and made coffee. Took some time to talk about it. We decided to go outside and look for evidence. She was looking for tire tracks of a big wheel truck and I was looking for wolf tracks. Over the years we have pieced together some memories that were buried and still finding more. I guess I could quote Meatloaf " although the nightmare should be over, some of the memories are still in tact".
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