Pilot spots UFO over Guernsey & Alderney

dimarts , 7/05/2019

Wednesday, 25 April 2007 

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Pilots have reported unusual foreign objects since the 1940s

A commercial airline pilot has reported seeing two unidentified flying objects in the sky near Guernsey.The bright yellow flat disc shapes, estimated to be twice the size of a Boeing 737, were spotted on Monday, 12 to 15 miles north east of the island.

Captain Ray Bowyer was flying an Aurigny plane from Southampton to Alderney when he saw the objects through binoculars.

Mr Bowyer said he was “pretty shook-up” by the sighting.

“This is not something you see every day of the week – it was pretty scary,” he said.

At first he thought it was the sun reflecting from greenhouses in Guernsey. He said the objects were bright like the sun, but did not hurt his eyes when he looked at them.

The stationary objects were also observed by other aircraft and the passengers on the plane.

Disappearing pilot

John Spencer, deputy chairman of the British UFO Research Association, said: “These types of sightings have been reported by pilots – generally accepted to be reliable and sensible observers – since the 1940s and they have excited attention to this day.

“Such light effects are often popularly thought to represent alien visitors but many UFO researchers believe they more likely represent natural, atmospheric, phenomena not yet fully understood by science.

“However, a similar encounter in 1978 over the Bass Straits in Australia, where the pilot was in radio contact with the ground throughout, resulted in the pilot never being heard from again, so these phenomena are important to study.”

 This is the sort of sighting that is taken seriously and should be investigated thoroughly 
Nick Pope, UFO investigator for the MOD

Nick Pope, who used to investigate UFOs for the Ministry of Defence said: “While no witnesses are infallible, pilots are trained observers and less likely than most people to misidentify something mundane.

“The MoD’s UFO case files contain several reports from civil and military pilots, some of which were correlated by radar. This is the sort of sighting that is taken seriously and should be investigated thoroughly.

“While most UFOs can be explained as misidentifications of aircraft, weather balloons, satellites and suchlike, a small percentage are more difficult to explain. This is one of the most intriguing sightings I’ve heard about in recent years.”

A current spokesperson for the Ministry of Defence, said that while it does monitor air space for any unusual foreign objects which might pose a threat, they would not be carrying out an investigation in this instance. 

James Clarkson

dilluns, 6/05/2019

James Clarkson is an investigator who has stood in two worlds for many years – a career professional investigator in the criminal justice field and as a lifelong researcher of the UFO Mystery. He has been a plainclothes military police investigator, a 20-year career city police officer and fraud investigator who has had many titles: patrol supervisor, detective sergeant, fatal accident team manager and training officer.

OVNI (documentaire)

dilluns, 6/05/2019

Dans ce documentaire le phénomène des OVNI est étudié par des spécialistes tant sur le plan historique, technique que géographique et statistique.

À Ste-Marthe-sur-le-Lac, partie 3/3

diumenge, 5/05/2019

À Ste-Marthe-sur-le-Lac, partie 2/3

diumenge, 5/05/2019

Personnellement, je crois que le cas de Sainte-Marthe-sur-le-Lac représente bien le phénomène de la communication avec un être non-humain. Car quand on l’a vu devant nous cette nuit-là, sur le petit sentier, il s’est penché la tête et son corps, il a légèrement soulevé ses deux bras, très doucement, au niveau de ses hanches, comme s’il voulait communiquer avec nous. Il faut penser que cet  humanoïde venait de très, très loin dans la galaxie ou d’ailleurs. Je me demande vraiment à quoi ressemble son vaisseau, car tout ce qu’on a vu quand il a atterri, c’est une trainée de lumière qui atterrissait pas loin [à 160 m], et qu’on a vu par la fenêtre du salon.  

Pour ma part, j’aurais préféré qu’il atterrisse à Montréal au centre-ville, à une vingtaine de kilomètres de là, car au moins il y aurait eu beaucoup plus de témoins !


 ·  Novembre 20, 2015

À Ste-Marthe-sur-le-Lac, partie 1/3

diumenge, 5/05/2019

Après avoir observer une lumière tomber dans les parages, quatre (4) jeunes rencontrent un humanoïde de 7 pieds (2,13 m) — vêtu d’un matériau noir moulant à la texture spéciale et portant des « lunettes bombées vers les tempes » — qui leur barre le chemin en écartant les bras et en se penchant « doucement » la tête.Voici la première partie « La Créature », qui sera suivie de « L’Événement » et « Le Souvenir ». After observing a light fall in the area, four (4) young people face a humanoid 7 feet (2,13 m) — wearing a tight black material to the special texture and wearing “curved towards the temples glasses” — that their way with outstretched arms and leaning “gently” bar head.Here is the first part of “The Creature”, which will be followed by “The Event” and “Souvenir”.


L’armée et le dossier OVNI (3/3)

dissabte, 4/05/2019

L’armée et le dossier OVNI (2/3)

dissabte, 4/05/2019

L’armée et le dossier OVNI (1/3)

dissabte, 4/05/2019

Émission de la TSR (Télévision Suisse Romande) divisée en trois parties.

Dans cette première partie, le magazine interviewe des pilotes de ligne, et relate les observations dOVNI qu’ils ont effectuées.

Ally Franklin Carter, radar technician

divendres, 3/05/2019

Mr. Carter was trained as an electronic radar technician in the Navy in the 50’s and 60’s. He tells of an incident where he witnessed a clear, unambiguous radar contact speeding along at 3,400 miles an hour. There were other radar operators as well who, at various times in 1957 and 1958, also witnessed these unusually fast moving objects. At the time, the fastest human aircraft clocked in at 1,100 miles and hour. In one case an Air Force operator tracked one of these UFOs 300 to 400 miles out in space. When these reports repeatedly kept coming in to General Electric who manufactured the radar, their technicians came in and modified the electronics so that the radar would limit it’s reporting to 12 to 15 miles out into space.

…But we had a very unusual experience one night. I was a radar specialist and my job was to maintain the radar’s aboard the ship…

I got off-duty one night at midnight and went to bed and was called and told to come fix the radar, there was something wrong with it. When I got up to CIC and I asked them what the problem was. They said, well, we are tracking an aircraft here at 3,400 miles an hour. And I said, well, there is something wrong. So I took that radar offline, put the stand-by radar online and went to work. And I started running all the tests. And everything was normal. And I completed all of the preliminary tests that you would run to check out a radar and everything checked out absolutely normal…

They told me this had been an absolute stellar contact — this was a blip that was better than a half-inch across which indicated a really large target or something very close. It tracked every sweep. And if you get anomalies usually what will happen is every sweep or every other sweep you’ll get a blank or maybe every 10 sweeps but it’ll blank out. But this one was solid on every sweep and that indicates a solid target…

Then one night I was on the plot board, maybe three or four months later. And here comes this contact. And with the second blip you could see that this thing was really moving. It was moving like three or four inches on a 360-mile scale. And so sure enough, I plotted it and it was 3,400 miles an hour. And again we didn’t report it. But they say there is nothing wrong, this is our friend back. We didn’t make a big deal out of it but we sure would have liked to know what that was: 3,400 miles an hour in 1957! The closest thing that we had was about 1,100 miles an hour then.

It continued to happen during the year, the last part of ‘57, and up until May of ‘58. It happened at least three more times. And I had radar operator friends that would tell me, well, we had another one of those fast ones last night. And it always was at night…

We tracked them at 3,400 miles an hour. He said, the interesting part of it was we tracked them 300 and 400 miles out in space. And he said, we complained to General Electric who had built the system. And so we kept reporting these events and they kept telling us we couldn’t report that stuff. So we said, well, we are doing it and it is real. And so they came in and actually made movies of the scope and when they took them back and analyzed what they were seeing, they came back and put a fix into the radar so their distance into space was like 12 or 15 miles. They said, that’s all the ballistic missiles will ever go. You don’t need to see any further. So they just limited the receivers to where the scope would only expand to where they could see 12 to 15 miles out in space. His name was Dave Wallace…

When people claim that these UFOs may be the figment of my imagination, I say I was a damn good E.T. [electronics technician]. I knew my radar. It was my love at the time. And I know the systems and that there was nothing wrong with those systems. I knew that we were tracking real contacts. I knew the difference between what they call running rabbits and all of the other test bogeys that they would give us.

I doubt very seriously that in 1956 and ‘57, that the U.S. had craft, even in the experimental stage, that could fly 3,400 miles an hour, repeatedly…

They didn’t want anybody to know anything about what we were seeing. And I think that started the cover-up. And then it got out of hand.

But I know that the only people that they are keeping it secret from today are the Americans. Everybody else knows about it and accepts it. And all of the other Governments in the world except England and the U.S. primarily, are accepting it.

It’s very irritating to me personally, to see that go on…

I think it is important that we recognize that there are civilizations that we need to communicate with. And I think we’ve reached that point in our evolution as a human race that we need to recognize that. And the thing that disturbs me is that the U.S. is going to be a third world nation in that field if we are not careful by having all of this secrecy and refusing to set up any kind of diplomatic protocols as I know that you [SG] have called for and which I believe in very strongly. Because they are out there. Other nations recognize them and they are going to talk to the people [ETs] that are willing to talk to them on a peaceful basis. I’m hoping that people will come to their senses and stop hiding this stuff from the U.S. citizens…

I also investigated a military sighting by a friend of mine. We knew each other in business for about seven or eight years. And he did not know that I had any interest in UFO’s. And I did not know that he knew what a UFO was until I saw him make a report of a sighting one day. So I called him up and talked to him about it. He told me about his sighting when he was a Lieutenant in the Air Force. He was a navigator on a RB-36, which had the big cameras and they did all of the secret photographing back in the ‘50’s. He was the navigator on one of these with 22 people aboard his plane. They were up over North Dakota and somebody called from the tail gunner section and said look out over the left wing. And out- they estimated 100 yards from the left wing- was this 100-foot disc. And this was as clear as day. He says they talked to the radar control tower and they had it on radar. All of the guys got up and went and took pictures of it. They had been given cameras. Now this is another part of it- the secrecy thing. They had been given 35mm cameras and told how to fill out a report if they saw a UFO. He said all 22 guys got up and looked out the window and saw this thing for about five or six minutes and then it just took off…

What was interesting was that when he landed they were met by an Air Force group. They debriefed all of these people and told them that they could not discuss it for 12 years, and that they were under a secrecy oath. And then a week later a group from Washington came out and debriefed them and reminded them of their secrecy oath. They confiscated all of the camera and the films and everything. And then when he was discharged from the Air Force he was a Colonel in the Reserves, they reminded him again that he had signed a secrecy oath about this. His name is Jim Lloyd.