Thursday, 31 December 2015

UFO News Article:
“Bonnybridge UFOs”


7 March 2005
(The Scotsman, Edinburgh, UK)

Quote from the article:
“Bonnybridge is in the ‘Falkirk Triangle,’ an area from Stirling to Fife and the fringes of Edinburgh that is the scene of numerous UFO sightings. It averages about 300 sightings a year and of the population’s 5,500 people 2,000 of them claim to have seen something unexpected in the night skies.

That something as yet unexplained is happening in the Bonnybridge area has support from an unusual quarter. Nick Pope, who ran the UFO desk at the MoD between 1991 and 1994, told The Scotsman that it couldn’t all be ignored.

‘About 95 per cent or the reports are just misidentifications. But there’s around 5 per cent which are sightings by police officers, military personnel and civil pilots, that you cannot knock down.’ ”


Aerial photo of Bonnybridge (UK):

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Map of Bonnybridge, UK (w0.fast-meteo.com)
(w0.fast-meteo.com image)

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(Scotland, UK) UFO Incidents


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The Falkirk Triangle is also referred to as the Bonnybridge Triangle.

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Wikipedia article: “Stirling”:

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Map of the Bonnybridge (Falkirk) Triangle, UK
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Satellite photo of Bonnybridge, UK (tageo.com)
(tageo.com photo)

Wednesday, 30 December 2015

UFO News Article:
“Still the champ in UFO sightings Since 1975,
North Bergen had most reports in USA”


18 December 2007
(HudsonReporter.com, Hoboken, New Jersey)

Quote from the article:
“The North Bergen sightings have been documented and reported to several agencies, including the National UFO Reporting Center in Seattle and the Center for UFO Studies in Chicago.


Another variation of the article (published on 20 August 2005):














Aerial view of North Bergen, New Jersey
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Satellite photo of North Bergen, New Jersey (tageo.com)
(tageo.com photo)

UFO News Article:
“Flying Saucers Studied”


25 January 1975
(The Evening News, Newburgh, New York)

Quote from the article:
“The Dutchess Community College credit-free course offering handbook makes classroom work seem fun again.

But getting back to more celestial classroom selections, the course on flying saucers is ‘designed to acquaint the student with one of the most perplexing mysteries of our time,’ a college spokesman said.”

https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1982&dat=19750125&id=zuBGAAAAIBAJ&sjid=8TMNAAAAIBAJ&pg=4154,3867265

Dutchess Community College is located in Poughkeepsie, New York.

Wikipedia article: “Dutchess Community College”:











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Tuesday, 29 December 2015

UFO Mailing List Post:
“Hudson Valley College UFO Course”


From: UFO UpDates – Toronto, 3 April 2009
(UFO UpDates, Toronto, Canada)

Source: Hudson Valley Community College, Troy, New York

The whole post:
“UFO Studies

This course will cover the history of ufology. We will examine why we are being visited, what they are doing here, and what we can do about it. We will also examine what role our government has had during the last sixty years since the modern UFO era began. In addition, we will discuss a number of local UFO sightings as well as sightings around the country and the world.

60116
$50
6 Sessions, ADM 106
Thurs., 4/2-5/7, 7-9 p.m.
Jim Bouck Jr., Instructor”:

http://www.ufoupdateslist.com/2009/apr/m03-013.shtml

Wikipedia article: “Hudson Valley Community College”:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hudson_Valley_Community_College













(aacc.nche.edu image)

Monday, 28 December 2015

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Map of New York (lib.utexas.edu)
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UFO News Article:
“UFO’s: New sightings raise more questions”


18 October 1976
(St. Petersburg Times, Florida)

Quote from the article:
“Shaped like two enormous upside-down soup bowls, the objects hovered in the sky just over a dip in the Ramapo mountain range.

(Warren) BERBIT (Suffern lawyer), ALONG with policemen, businessmen, school teachers, housewives and others, say they have seen strange objects recently in the skies over Rockland and Putnam Counties.

Several UFOs have been reported over Stony Point, just across the Hudson River from the Indian Point nuclear reactors. Others have been spotted over plants in Tomkins Cove and Haverstraw.

(Dan) Cetrone, publisher of The Rockland County Almanac, lives in a white house at the top of Buckberg Mountain Road. His terrace commands a view of the Hudson, and both he and his wife, Barbara, say they have observed several cylindrical flying objects with red, green and white flashing lights, which hover a while, then turn sharply and disappear.

THE UFO’S, Cetrone theorized, are probably drawn to the area by the nuclear plants. They are part of a cycle of UFO appearances that peaks every 61 months, he said.

Reports of possible sightings in the county reached a peak of about 100 during a three-week period around the end of August. Since the Air Force discontinued collecting information about UFO sightings in 1969, most residents make their reports to the local police.

OF THE NINE UFO sightings in Stony Point attested to by police officers, (Bill) Patrick said he had been on the scene of five. Each object, he said, ‘first appeared to be a star, but when I looked through a telescope, I could see red or green lights rotating.’ They were observed by seven other Stony Point police officers, he added, who ‘all described exactly the same things.’ ”

https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=888&dat=19761018&id=361QAAAAIBAJ&sjid=hV0DAAAAIBAJ&pg=6188,2549101




















Satellite photo of Suffern, New York (tageo.com)
(tageo.com photo)