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by Ben Brimelow           April 4, 2018            (businessinsider.com)

• On February 24th, 2017, American Airlines Airbus A321 pilot Blenus Green (pictured above) were flying an over Arizona when they were told by air traffic controllers that a flight ahead of them had reported a flying object not on radar. The controllers asked him to radio them if he saw anything above them. Green, a former B-1 bomber pilot, responded, “Yeah, something just passed over us. I don’t know what it was, but at least two-three thousand feet above us. Yeah, it passed right over the top of us.” (See ExoNews article.)
• Recently interviewed about his experience by a local Texas TV station, Green said that the object “was very bright but it wasn’t so bright that you couldn’t look at it,” and that “it didn’t look anything like an airplane.” The object was bright in areas where the sun was not reflecting off the metal. “Normally, if you have an object and the sun is shining this way, the reflection would be on this side, but this was bright all the way around,” Green said. “It was so bright that you really couldn’t make out what shape it was.”
• With 20 years of flying experience, much of which was spent as a B-1 Lancer pilot in the US Air Force, Green said he wasn’t scared, but interested. “I was… just trying to figure out what it was because it was so out of the ordinary.”
• Bob Tracey, the vice president of the company that owns the Lear jet that first reported the object, said that his pilot told him that the object was extremely bright, and that it passed him at a similar speed that an airliner would.”

 

A former B-1 bomber pilot who now works as a commercial aviator for American Airlines has spoken out about his recent UFO encounter over the Arizona desert.

Blenus Green and his co-pilot were flying an American Airlines Airbus A321 over Arizona in February when they were told by Albuquerque-based air traffic controllers that a flight ahead of them had reported a flying object not on radar. The controllers asked him to radio them if he saw anything similar.

Shortly afterwards, Green saw an object, according to recordings of his conversations with the controllers.

“It’s American 1095. Yeah, something just passed over us,” Green said. “I don’t know what it was, but at least two-three thousand feet above us. Yeah, it passed right over the top of us.”

Green was recently interviewed about his experience by a local Texas TV station. “Albuquerque Center asked us if we could look and just be on the lookout and see if we see anything, and I’m like ‘okay,'” Green said.

“So, sure enough, I was looking out the windscreen because I wanted to see if it was there and yeah, I did. I saw it,” Green said.

Green said that the object “was very bright but it wasn’t so bright that you couldn’t look at it,” and that “it didn’t look anything like an airplane.”

He noticed that the object was bright in areas where the sun was not reflecting off the metal. “Normally, if you have an object and the sun is shining this way, the reflection would be on this side, but this was bright all the way around,” he said.

“It was so bright that you really couldn’t make out what shape it was,” Green said.

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by Jon Austin               March 26, 2018                   (express.co.uk)

• On February 28, 2018, a former U.S. military man reported to the National UFO Reporting Center an encounter and possible abduction by a UFO in Ontonagon, Michigan. The unnamed man was riding a snowmobile through the woods when “A light overpowered my headlight, which made me stop and look behind me… I witnessed a solid white light with pinkish strobe lights on either side of the main white light in the middle. Together they formed an oval saucer shape.” “It was close enough to me that it lit up the entire ground and trees around me.”
• “I killed the snowmobile and the object made absolutely no noise whatsoever, claimed the man. “It hovered silently, slowly moving up and down, and drifted far to the right and slowly went away from me.” “I tried chasing it through the woods, until it flew in a different direction that the trail went, so I lost sight of it.”
• When the man called his wife to tell her what happened in the “10 minutes” since he’d left her, she yelled at him that he had been gone for more than two hours.
• Each year, thousands of people claim to be abducted by aliens. Sceptics say that because the stories are now repeated online, people read them and recount similar tales. While there is no hard scientific evidence to support the alien abductions taking place, many people who report their experience relate remarkably similar stories.

 

Paranormal investigators are looking into mysterious claims from a former US military man he may have been abducted by aliens after being “stalked by a UFO.” The man, who has not been publicly named, filed a report with UFO investigators in which he claimed he experienced lost time during a nocturnal snowmobile ride through woods in Ontonagon, Michigan, USA.

In a witness report to the National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC) he said: “A light overpowered my headlight, which made me stop and look behind me.

“I witnessed a solid white light with pinkish strobe lights on either side of the main white light in the middle.

“Together they formed an oval saucer shape.”

He said the blinking lights had no rhythm.

The man added: “It was close enough to me that it lit up the entire ground and trees around me.
“I killed the snowmobile and the object made absolutely no noise whatsoever.

“It hovered silently slowly moving up and down and they drifted far to the right and slowly went away from me.

“I tried chasing it through the woods, until it flew in a different direction that the trail went, so I lost sight of it.”

He called his wife to explain what happened in the “10 minutes” after he left her and he said she yelled at him that he had been gone for more than two hours.

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by Jon Austin             March 26, 2018              (express.co.uk)

• On February 24/25, 1942, just a couple of months after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii which brought the United States into WWII, a UFO was spotted hovering in the sky over Los Angeles, slowly drifting southward along the coastline over Culver City and Santa Monica. The military illuminated the UFO with searchlights and began firing shots at it in the late evening of February 24th. (Actual photograph of the incident above.) This continued for several hours well into the early morning of February 25th.
• Ufologist Jason Gleaves recently published a book entitled UFO PHOTO presenting his research on the UFO “attack” (also known as “The Battle of LA”). Gleaves says that “The US Army started its constant non-stop bombardment firing thousands of artillery rounds at the unknown object, all to no avail.” The Coast Artillery Brigade began firing .50 calibre machine guns and 12.8-pound anti-aircraft shells at the reported unidentified object; over 1,400 shells would eventually be fired at the object in total. “The unknown object eventually moved at a steady speed over nearby Long Beach and vanished out of view over the Palos Verdes hills as the guns finally fell silent.”
• Several buildings and vehicles were severely damaged by falling shell fragments. Five civilians died as an indirect result of the anti-aircraft fire: three killed in car accidents in the ensuing chaos and two of heart attacks attributed to the stress of the action.
• The American coastal forces initially thought they were under attack from the Japanese Air Force or the German Luftwaffe, said Gleaves. “Little did they know the object could have possibly come from a more far distant place, maybe out of this world.”
• The incident made front-page news on the West Coast. Then the Secretary of the Navy, Frank Knox, officially called it a ‘false alarm’ despite thousands of witnesses who saw something very real. Later, the United States Coast Artillery Association would identify the unknown object as a meteorological balloon. In 1983, the U.S. Office of Air Force History attributed the incident to a case of ‘war nerves’ triggered by a report of a lost rogue weather balloon.
[Editor’s Note] Insiders claim that two UFO craft were actually shot down. The Navy recovered one of them at sea, and the Army recovered the other inland. It is surmised that they were taken to Wright Field Army Air Corps Base near Dayton, Ohio (now Wright-Patterson Air Force Base)

 

A huge illuminated UFO was fired at by the US military for several hours as the craft hovered over Los Angeles, but the case was covered up, it has been claimed. The unknown object appeared moving slowly over the California skyline in Culver City and Santa Monica, according to UFO expert Jason Gleaves.

He has analysed a photograph of the bizarre event, that he suggests was then covered up by officials, who explained it away as a weather balloon.

Mr Gleaves research has been published in the book UFO PHOTO, published by Flying Disk Press.
He said: “The US Army started its constant non-stop bombardment firing thousands of artillery rounds at the unknown object, all to no avail.

“The first shots rang out starting late evening on February 24 and continued well into the early hours of the 25th.

“At 3.16am the 37th Coast Artillery Brigade began firing .50 calibre machine guns and 12.8-pound anti-aircraft shells at the reported unidentified object; over 1,400 shells would eventually be fired at the object in total.

“US Air Force pilots of the 4th Interceptor Command Squadron were alerted and put on standby but their aircraft remained grounded.

“The artillery fire continued sporadically until 4.14am when the ‘all clear’ was finally sounded and the total blackout order lifted at 7.21am.

“Several buildings and vehicles were severely damaged by falling shell fragments and five civilians died as an indirect result of the anti-aircraft fire: three killed in car accidents in the ensuing chaos and two of heart attacks attributed to the stress of the action.

“Considering the duration which elapsed and thousands of people who witnessed the unforgettable event there aren’t many clear quality photographs available to analyse.

“The one true detailed image available had been taken at the time by a newspaper photographer working for the Los Angeles Examiner.”

The UFO expert looked at this photograph in detail for the book.

He said: “Upon analysing the best quality image available in more detail using up-to-date digital enhancement software, it brings to life and enhances the never seen before detail of the object revealing its in-depth features surrounding the structure, which importantly raise more questions as to its original origin.

“The photograph of the initial incident was taken over the Los Angeles area at night over an estimated area of five miles.

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