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Mystery Remains 50 Years After Hawke’s Bay NZ UFO Visit

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November 2, 2019                       ( nzherald.co.nz)

• In the early morning of October 30th 1969, just before dawn on a clear night, John Cudby, the security officer at the Waipukurau Aerodrome in Central Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand was making his rounds at the airport. He was alerted by his dog to a “humming” similar to a vacuum cleaner. Then he saw three lights hovering about 70 feet above the ground – two green lights separated by a red light. The humming seemed to be coming from this “large object” in the air. Cudby grabbed a flashlight from his vehicle and shined a light on the object. He estimated the hovering object to be at least 60 feet wide. Then it tilted at an angle and “shot up into the sky”.

• When the UFO flew away, a hanger windsock began rotating and squeaking, and then “suddenly the sock stood straight out from the pole and then dropped, as if cut with a knife,” according to Cudby’s report. Cudby ran behind the airplane hanger to where the object had been hovering. The spot of ground where the object had hovered over was still warm, as was the air above that part of the ground. But the rest of the grass was cool and wet. Cudby, who has since passed, went directly to the local police station where he recounted his story in an official report.

• Cudby said that the object had moved southwest in the direction of the town of Pukeora. Two farming families located near Pukeora reported that they heard what they thought was a jet passing over, possibly in distress. The farmer’s sheep were unusually disturbed.

• A Mr. Grant was driving down a highway from Pukeora toward the Waipukurau Aerodrome that night. Driving over a hill, he looked down toward the air field and saw what he reported to be a “dark” object over the area silhouetted against the starry sky. Grant realized “with a kind of sick shock” that he was looking at a UFO. He described the object as circular, stationary, and about 100 feet above the ground. Then, said Grant, “it gradually gained height, and abruptly took off southwards.” Grant was not aware that Cudby had also seen the object and had also filed a police report.

• Cudby’s son, Mike, who still lives in Waipukurau, said that he remembers that his father spoke about the incident.

 

A prominent UFO sighting in Central Hawke’s Bay half a century ago remains a mystery despite what became common acceptance of its authenticity.

        drawing of the hovering UFO

The sighting, at “close quarters”, was made 50 years ago on a Wednesday by security officer John Cudby during his rounds at the Waipukurau Aerodrome.

Following up suspicions a loose dog was on the grounds and concerns about sheep that appeared to have been herded into the corner of a paddock, the now-late Cudby had, on later reflection, had his awareness of something less natural aroused when he heard a “humming” similar to that of a vacuum cleaner.

With his own dog growling and spotting unusual reflections in the windows of a hangar, he turned to see three lights — two green separated by a red light — coming from something that appeared to be hovering about 20m above the ground. The humming appeared to be also coming from the “large object” in the air.

Cudby ran to his vehicle, and grabbed a light which he managed to play on to the object, as the humming increased to a louder whining and he became aware of the size of the suspended object he estimated to be at least 20m across.

“It tilted towards me and shot up into the sky at an angle,” he wrote in a report reproduced in later UFO research.

“The windsock on top of the hangar started rotating very fast and squeaking, and I was distracted by this, but suddenly the sock stood straight out from the pole and then dropped, as if cut with a knife.”

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Was Policeman Alan Godfrey Abducted by Aliens After UFO Sighting?

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Article by Ian Hurst October 24, 2019 (halifaxcourier.co.uk)

• In November 1980, police officer Alan Godfrey (pictured above drawing the UFO and human he encountered) was on routine patrol in Todmorden, England (between Manchester and Leeds; see map below) when he saw a bright light ahead. He stopped the car and looked at a diamond-shaped metallic disc with a dome and a row of windows hovering five feet above the ground. As he sketched the object in his notebook, there was a burst of light and he found himself 100 yards farther down the road. The UFO was gone. Godfrey realized there had been “missing time.”

• So Officer Godfrey underwent hypnosis where he recalled being struck by a beam of light which floated him into the craft. Inside the spaceship, he was bathed in an intense white light. A human-like being named Joseph, wearing Biblical clothing, questioned him. Godfrey recalled lying on a table, surrounded by small figures with bulb-like heads where he was physically examined.

• It was only a month after Officer Godfrey’s encounter that a UFO was reported to have landed in Rendlesham Forest, Suffolk, outside RAF Woodbridge.

• This is only one of several sightings which have made the Todmorden area a well-known supernatural hot-spot. On September 4th 2003, a witness reported seeing “six lights that split, at one point becoming eight lights, that were orange and red in color.” On April 22nd 2004, an object was sighted in nearby Queensbury. In the early morning on November 21st 1980, three police officers in Halifax saw a “very bright steel blue flashing light” high in the sky, moving left to right towards the north.

• On July 15th 1995, three people in Halifax reported an object hovering above their house. They said that the object looked like the planet Saturn, with a ring around it, red portholes and four blue lights. It seemed to come down out of nowhere and hovered just feet away. After five minutes, the UFO made jerky movements before moving off in a southwest direction.

 

Police officer Alan Godfrey was on routine patrol in Todmorden in November 1980.

He had been called out to Ashenhurst and was driving along Burnley Road.

Ahead was a bright light.

He stopped the car. Blinked once – and blinked again.

What stood before him, he says, was a metallic disc with a dome and a row of windows.

He began sketching what he saw in his notebook.

Suddenly, there was a burst of light and he found himself 100 yards farther down the road. The UFO was gone.

Later, under hypnosis, he recalled being struck by a beam of light which floated him into the craft.

There, he says, he met a human-like being named Joseph, whose clothing was Biblical.

Alan says that inside the spaceship he was physically examined and asked questions.

         ret. officer Alan Godfrey today

He said what he had first seen was a diamond-shaped UFO, hovering about five feet above the ground in Burnley Road before disappearing.

PC Godfrey said he realised he had suffered “missing time.”

At the hypnosis session, he described being enveloped in an intense white light.

He recalled lying on a table, surrounded by small figures with bulb-like heads.

That was one of several sightings that made Todmorden become well-known as a supernatural hot-spot.

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The Town Where Everyone Has Seen a UFO

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Article By Marc Bonomelli 28 October 2019 (vice.com)

• The small central Argentinian town of Capilla Del Monte is surrounded by mountains. The locals there believe that deep beneath the mountains is a large UFO base called “Erks”. Famous throughout southern South America, the town has been labeled “the spiritual capital of the country”.

• The many mystics, shamans and healers who are drawn to the Erks subterranean city say that it is more like a galactic base that contains an “energy portal” to accommodate inter-dimensional travel, or even time-travelers from the future. Their mission is “to herald and prepare an alliance between the universe and humankind.” Though unconfirmed, the locals claim that NASA has also built a base nearby.

• According to a local mountain guide, Claudio, this place has been sacred since time immemorial, particularly to the Comechingones Indians, an indigenous group who lived here before the arrival of the conquistadors. Says Claudio, “Legend has it that the surviving Comechingones escaped into the mountains and …disappeared without a trace. [M]any believe they went to the alien city using secret tunnels”.

• The townspeople of Capilla Del Monte tell of varied experiences of extraterrestrial or extra-dimensional activity there. On January, 9th, 1986, three locals reported seeing a huge round ship with windows land next to a nearby mountain, charring a 12-metre-long and 64-metre-wide mark in the grass. Others have reported seeing luminous spheres flying in formations, light spectres, and humanoid beings. One woman’s husband disappeared for a few days, and on his return he claimed that he had been abducted by aliens and subjected to “horrible things”.

• UFO and alien sightings are rather commonplace in South America. In the Chapada Diamantina National Park in Bahia, eastern Brazil, the locals are terrified of the “trippy” humanoid “beings coming and going from the base of the hills”.

• But the townspeople of Capilla Del Monte regard the Erks beings as wise and positive. Local mountain guide Raul describes the place as an important epicenter for the awakening of consciousness, and a spiritual refuge after the coming cataclysms. Ana Maria explains that Erks exist within a more subtle dimension than the physical world, and their technology allows them to make themselves and their ships invisible through energy frequencies. The locals can intuitively sense their presence.

• All this extraterrestrial business attracts tens of thousands of tourists to Capilla Del Monte every year. Naturally, the town holds an annual ‘Alien Festival’, and is loaded with extraterrestrial shops and bookstores, and tourist agencies offering UFO tours. There is even an observation center to look for UFOs.

• “In Capilla Del Monte,” says Claudio the mountain guide, “you have the skeptics and you have the mystics. The skeptics have to see before they believe, and the mystics have to believe before they see.”

 

The woman trying to sell me healing crystals couldn’t be clearer. “You have to go to Capilla Del Monte,” she says. “It’s the spiritual capital of the country.”

I’ve heard a lot about this small central Argentinian town. Its claim to fame is its apparent UFO appearances, which are so frequent that local press have given it the rather unimaginative nickname of “the town where everyone has seen a UFO”. According to locals, the reason for all the extra-terrestrial activity is an underground UFO base buried deep beneath the mountains surrounding the town, which residents call “ERKS”. Unsurprisingly, all this extraterrestrial business attracts tens of thousands of tourists to Capilla Del Monte every year.

From the Chilean desert to Nazca in Peru, local anecdotes of UFO appearances are hardly a rarity in South America. Last month, in the Brazilian state of Bahia, a hiking guide confided in me that while he feared neither jaguars nor poisonous snakes, he was terrified by the “beings coming and going from the base of the hills at Chapada Diamantina National Park” – a nature reserve in eastern Brazil. According to him, the creatures have “mixed” their DNA with that of the local population, thus explaining their “trippy” behaviour.

Although many mistake hot-air balloons and a variety of natural phenomena for flying saucers, plenty of credible witnesses have claimed to have spotted UFOs recently, like American fighter pilots, for example, who report having seen strange objects during their missions. A few months ago, Navy officials confirmed that these sightings were in fact unexplainable.

Capilla Del Monte is emblematic of the excitement surrounding UFO stories. The morning I get to the town, a local news site is reporting on a complaint filed by a panicked resident whose husband had disappeared for a few days. After returning, her husband claimed to have been abducted by aliens and subjected to “horrible things”.

The town became famous on the 9th of January, 1986, when three locals – including a child – claimed to have seen a huge round ship with windows land next to a local mountain, charring a 12-metre-long and 64-metre-wide mark in the grass. Since then, more and more people say they have seen strange things in the area, like luminous spheres flying in formations, saucers, humanoid beings and light spectres.

The town quickly figured out how to turn a profit from the attention, capitalising on UFO tourism with a yearly Alien Festival, extraterrestrial shops and bookstores, as well as tourist agencies offering UFO tours. An observation centre was also established here 21 years ago, and locals claim that NASA has a base close by, but I wasn’t able to verify that.

“In Capilla Del Monte,” explains Claudio, a mountain guide, “you have the skeptics and you have the mystics. The skeptics have to see before they believe, and the mystics have to believe before they see.” Claudio seems to fall somewhere between the two camps.

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