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Strange Video of UFOs Landing on the Moon

Article by Stacey Williams                                   October 14, 2020                                   (gentside.co.uk)

• A short YouTube video shows two UFO’s flying in close proximity to the Moon before seemingly landing just moments after. (see 1:10 minute video below)

• YouTube user ZeaL uploaded the video from YouTuber Jean-Michel Tenac, who uploaded it from an anonymous poster in Montréal, France. ZeaL says that he has permission from the original uploader of this video. The anonymous source says that he ‘only wants the video to be known’.

• According to the anonymous source who filmed the footage on March 26, 2020, “I regularly film the Moon by day, at time of the first and last crescent. I think hidden activity has to be visible on the Moon, it is at that moment the population does not observe it because the first and last crescent makes it more discreet.”

 

Shared on April 3, 2020 and already amassing hundreds of thousands of views, the video shows what the man filming describes as “hidden activity […] visible on the Moon”.

YouTube user ZeaL was responsible for uploading this video depicting UFO activity that has already been viewed over 350,000 times, but he has admitted that he’s not the one behind the camera filming. Apparently, this video has seen itself passed on multiple times before it landed on ZeaL’s channel.

“I see a lot of channels spreading false information about where this video was captured. Please take note that we were the first to speak with the original uploader of this video and given permission to share it by him.”

As we trace back the video to its origins, we can find the first appearance of it on YouTube featured on the channel of a user by the name of Jean-Michel Tenac. At the time of posting, he had 0 subscribers but has since seen that number jump up to nearly 2,000. However, despite being the first one to upload the video, it wasn’t actually Jean-Michel behind the camera.

Jean states that this video was filmed somewhere from Montréal, France NOT Canada. This footage was given to him by his friend who wishes to remain anonymous. We have asked him to reach out and take full credit but if he decides not to then we will respect that. At the current moment he only wants the video to be known.

 

1:10 minute video of two objects near the Moon’s surface (‘Jean-Michel Tenac’ YouTube)

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Jason Manford Once Saw a UFO Fly Down His Street

Article by Katie Storey                                   July 26, 2020                                (metro.co.uk)

• Jason Manford (pictured above), the popular British comedian, told the Daily Star that he and his brother saw a UFO when he was 14 years old. The UFO craft flew down his street in Whalley Range, (Manchester, England). “It flew one way and then, almost at the opposite angle, flew off,” said Manford. “No known plane could have done that. Me and my brother both saw it and he cried.”

 

Jason Manford claims he saw a UFO in his street when he was a teenager. The comedian, 39, is convinced he saw a UFO fly down his street and claims the sighting made his brother cry. Recalling the moment, Jason told Daily Star: ‘Me and my brother saw a UFO when I was about 14, just in our street in Whalley Range. ‘It flew one way and then, almost at the opposite angle, flew off.’

Convinced it was a UFO sighting, Jason added: ‘No known plane could have done that. Me and my brother both saw it and he cried.’ The star, who has teased that he would be keen to sign up for I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, joked: ‘He won’t be pleased about that because he’s quite the alpha male now.’

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This University Acquired a Massive Collection of UFO Files

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Article by MJ Banias                       December 10, 2019                       (vice.com)

• Science writer and researcher Chris Rutkowski is a Canadian legend. Considered Canada’s most prolific researcher and writer on UFOs and paranormal phenomena, Rutkowski has accumulated forty years’ worth of files, notes, books and zines pertaining to his research. Rutkowski told Motherboard, “I had always wondered what was going to happen to it all.”

• Then the Director of Archives at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Manitoba approached Rutkowski about donating some of his collection to its library. “After discussing it more over dinner,” said Rutkowski, “I wondered out loud about the possibility of donating my entire collection. And that was that.”

• “The Director of Archives had seen me on TV talking about the Falcon Lake case,” explains Rutkowski. This infamous case occurred on May 20, 1967 when Stephen Michalak was searching for minerals along Falcon Lake, 80 miles east of Winnipeg. All of the sudden Michalak sees a 40-foot UFO land on a rock. After approaching the craft and hearing voices inside, the object emitted a hot gas out of a vent in its side, burning his stomach.

• Michalak was treated by a doctor for severe headache, vomiting, and first degree burns which formed in a grid pattern on his lower abdomen. Canadian doctors were unable to determine the cause of Michalak’s injuries and illness. So he went to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Documents from the Mayo Clinic proves that Michalak was not suffering from mental illness or hallucinations.

• Rutkowski believes that the Falcon Lake Incident is one of the best UFO cases to date, and there’s much more documentation supporting it than Roswell and many other famous American cases. It has significant police and military documentation, physical injuries, independent lab tests from two countries, medical reports, and in-depth witness testimony. Geographically, the site of the incident is accessible and physical materials, such as a still radioactive piece of melted silver were recovered. The Canadian government admitted that it actually happened, and issued a commemorative coin to mark the 50th anniversary of the Falcon Lake Incident.

• There are well over 30,000 documents in Rutkowski’s collection. The greatest hurdle is the time and money required to digitize the archive so researchers around the world can access it. The University of Manitoba and Rutkowski have started a crowdfunding campaign to make this happen. Says Rutkowski, “I would hope that the funds will be used by researchers wishing to better understand the nature of the UFO phenomenon, whatever it may be.”

 

The frozen prairies of Canada have always been home to strange events and mysterious encounters. So it’s perhaps appropriate that the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg has just accepted a large donation of documents from a prolific UFO researcher confirming the province’s “unnatural history.”

                      Chris Rutkowski

Science writer and researcher Chris Rutkowski is a Canadian legend. Undoubtedly the country’s most prolific researcher and writer on UFOs and paranormal phenomena, Rutkowski was approached by the university’s archives and was asked to donate some of his collection to its library.

“I’ve been doing research and publishing in this field for more than 40 years. I’ve accumulated a lot of files, notes, books and zines over the decades, and I had always wondered what was going to happen to it all,” Rutkowski told Motherboard in an interview. “The Director of Archives had seen me on TV talking about the Falcon Lake case. She approached me and asked if I would consider donating the files…After discussing it more over dinner, I wondered out loud about the possibility of donating my entire collection. And that was that.”

The US Air Force’s UFO investigation program, Project Blue Book, investigated an infamous Canadian injury case which allegedly occurred on May 20, 1967, known as the Falcon Lake UFO Incident. As the story goes, Stephen Michalak was searching for minerals along Falcon Lake, 80 miles east of Winnipeg, Manitoba when a strange, 40-foot object landed on an outcropping of rock. After approaching the craft and hearing voices inside it, the object emitted a hot gas out of a vent in its side, burning Michalak’s abdomen. Michalak was examined by his doctor only a few hours after the incident and was treated for his symptoms which included severe headache, vomiting, and first degree burns which formed in a grid pattern on his lower abdomen. While Michalak’s condition temporarily improved, he did suffer from lasting effects.

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