Thursday, 12 December 2019

UFO Report:
“ERNAGE 1989: Les faits et leur analyse”
(“ERNAGE 1989: The facts and their analysis”)


By A. Amond, W. De Brouwer, P. Ferryn and A. Meessen
(Belgian Committee for the Study of Space Phenomena (Comité Belge d'Etude des Phénomènes Spatiaux) (COBEPS), Belgium)

This UFO report focuses on the UFO sighting of Lieutenant Colonel André Amond and his wife.

The incident occurred at Ernage, near Gembloux, in Belgium on the evening of 11 December 1989.

The report concludes that the Belgian UFO wave sightings in 1989 and 1990 “can’t be explained in terms of helicopters or other conventional aircraft.” 

Regarding the Ernage UFO case, the report says: “Our conclusion is straight forward: The sighting at Ernage on December 11, 1989 of Lt Col André AMOND and his wife cannot be related to any known aerial vehicle.”

The report translated into English:

http://www.cobeps.org/pdf/ernage_report.pdf

Wikipedia article: “Ernage”:


English translation of the Wikipedia article (by Google Translate):


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Satellite photo of Ernage, Belgium (tageo.com)
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Freeze-frame from a video of one of the triangular shaped UFOs which were seen over Belgium during the 1989-1990 UFO wave
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Monday, 9 December 2019

UFO Lecture:
“Falcon Lake UFO Lecture”


7 November 2019
(University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada)

Source: University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections (YouTube channel)

Video text:
“The Falcon Lake UFO Files Talk by renowned Canadian Ufologist, Chris Rutkowski. Also featuring Stan Michalak, son of Stefan Michalak.

Falcon Lake is the site of one of the most famous incidents in Canada. On May 20, 1967, Near Falcon Lake, Manitoba, Stefan Michalak claimed he was burned by one of two flying saucers that he encountered.”


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Chris A. Rutkowski, Canadian Astronomer, UFO Author,
Lecturer & Researcher
(University of Manitoba/youtube.com image)

UFO News Article (Excerpt):
Article About Airship Sighting
In San Francisco, California


24 November 1896
(San Francisco Chronicle, California)

Source: Newspapers.com

Quote from the article:
“… Sutro by his employes at the Cliff House, the airship was seen in that vicinity about two weeks ago. Speaking about the matter yesterday, the Mayor said: ‘It was about dark one evening, about two weeks ago [on around 10 November 1896], when I reached the Cliff House, and, as I alighted from the car, a number of my employes rushed up to me and began telling me about having seen a strange object hovering over the Seal rocks. According to their story, the object came in from the sea and passed directly over the Cliff House, stopping its rapid speed only for a second while over the Seal rocks. It seemed to be about 500 feet above the earth, and it was too dark to get a view sufficient to describe it. The bright light that seemed to be attached to the rear end of the object, apparently a searchlight, was visible to all, and as it passed rapidly out of sight, going in the direction of the city, it left my men full of wonderment as to what it could be.’ ”

My comment: This is one of the 1896-1897 airship reports which clearly describes a highly advanced aircraft. It is not possible to misunderstand the following sentence: “ ‘According to their story, the object came in from the sea and passed directly over the Cliff House, stopping its rapid speed only for a second while over the Seal rocks.’ ”

https://www.newspapers.com/clip/9406598/san_francisco_chronicle/

Wikipedia article: “Cliff House, San Francisco”:


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Third Cliff House, ca. 1900 (text by Wikipedia)
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Satellite photo of San Francisco, California (tageo.com)
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UFO News Article:
“ ‘This Thing Like a Ball of Fire’…Just Gas?”


3 April 1966
(Detroit Free Press, Michigan)

Source: Newspapers.com

This is a large, brilliant article (includes a map of the sightings) about the March 1966 Southern Michigan UFO flap.

Quote from the article:
“ ‘. . . A whirlwind came out of the north, and a brightness WAS about it … the colour of amber, out of the midst of the fire.’
                                                                                                          —Ezekiel 1:4
‘It WAS an object . . . I don’t care who believes me. I believe me.’
     —Frank Mannor
           Dexter, Mich.

When the strange object landed on the banks of the river Chebar thousands of years ago, the Biblical prophet ‘beheld . . . four living creatures . . . in the likeness of man, every one with four faces.’

The object Frank Mannor beheld in the swamp behind his farm home near Dexter, in Washtenaw County, March 20 disgorged no living creatures.

But he’s absolutely certain that ‘we seen this thing like a ball of fire, maybe more like a shooting star, come out of the west, then drop below a clump of trees half a mile behind the house.’

The 47-year-old sometime truck driver’s account of his experience, as graphic as Ezekiel’s in the Bible, was the dramatic highlight of Michigan’s biggest ‘flying saucer’ spree.

WHAT LENT IT widespread credibility was the corroborating testimony: Reports of sightings of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO’s) similar to Mannor’s description, by dozens of southeastern Michigan police officers trained to prevent mass hysteria rather than encourage it.


THE PHENOMENON started March 14 during a routine patrol by Car 19, Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Department. Here’s how it appears on the official reports:

‘3:50 a.m. Received call from Deputies (Robert) Bushroe and (John) Foster. Stating that they saw some suspicious objects in the sky. Disc, star like colors red and green, moving very fast, making sharp turns, having left to right movements, going in a northwest direction.

‘5:04 a.m. [most likely at 4:04 a.m.] Livingston County called and stated that they also saw the objects. . . .

‘4:05 a.m.—Ypsilanti Police stated that the object was seen at the location of US-12 and I-94.

‘4:10 a.m. Monroe County called and they also saw the objects.

‘4:20 a.m. (Bushroe and Foster) saw four more in the same location moving at a high rate of speed. . . .

‘4:54 a.m. Two more were spotted coming from the southeast, over Monroe County.

‘5:30 Dep. Patterson & I (Cpl. Broderick) looked out of the office and saw a bright light that appeared to be over the Ypsilanti area. It looked like a star, but was moving from north to east.’

Bushroe added this note when he returned from patrol.

‘This is the strangest thing that Deputy Foster and myself have ever witnessed. We would not have beleaved [sic] this story if we hadn’t seen it with our own eyes. These objects could move at fantastic speeds, and make very sharp turns dive and climb, and hover with great maneuverability. We have no idea of what these objects were, or where they could have come from. At 4:20 a.m. there were 4 of these objects flying in a line formation, in a northwesterly direction, at 5:30 these objects went out of view and were not seen again.’

That same morning, Dexter Patrolman Robert Hunawill was on patrol with Patrolman Richard Alexa and two county deputies. He said:

‘We first saw them in the early morning, maybe about 4 a.m. . . . We saw red and white lights off in the distance, about four of them.’

HUNAWILL later reported eight other sightings and took photographs several times.

‘Again in the 20th,’ he said, ‘my wife and I saw four objects hovering over the Mannor farm while the deputies were searching the swamp. Later that night, we’d just come home and were pulling into the driveway when one of the objects came over the house at no more than 3,000 feet. Took a couple of minutes to pass over. A couple of deputies followed it out of town and saw it hover over Island Lake Road in the direction of the Mannor farm.

‘It’s not marsh gas. My reaction to Dr. Hynek is the same as the rest of the people around here. He made us look like fools. I don’t think he’ll get any co-operation out of these people any more.’

THURSDAY morning, March 17: Washtenaw Deputies David Fitzpatrick and Nuel Schneider had been called out on a minor accident.

Fitzpatrick’s account:

‘We seen three different objects in the sky to the south of us. Two of these objects were close together and the other farther to the east. On one of these object we could see on one side white light and on the other a green light.

‘We headed south towards Milan on Marion Road. At this time we stopped the patrol car and looked back to the west and at the same time looked toward the east and seen a real bright object hovering over what looked like US-23.

‘We then drove to Arkona and Carpenter Roads and Deputy Hennes let us use his field glasses. At the time we seen this strange object and some colors. The top of it was yellowish blue-green, and the bottom bright red with what looked like black marks across it.

‘The object itself looked like a toy top. When at the above location, we were about five to 10 miles from this object.

‘This seems very unbelievable and something right out of these science fiction movies on TV!’

NEXT: The Mannor sighting.

‘We all run out on the porch and we seen this thing like a ball of fire, maybe more like a shooting star, come out of the west, then drop below a clump of trees maybe half a mile behind the house.

‘Me and Ronnie (Mannor’s 19-year-old son) decided to come down for a look. My wife, Lena, kicked up an awful fuss, Said we might get radioactive.

‘I told her if they was anything radioactive we’d get it just as bad in the house as down in the swamp. I asked my two sons-in-law to come, but their wives wouldn’t let ’em.

‘We come over that knoll just this side of the swamp and there it was, about eye-level with us, no more than 500 yards away. It had a blue light in front, and in the back a light that kept changing from red to white, like it was rotating, like the light on a police car.

‘It was almost flat on the bottom, and kinda high and peaked on top. We couldn’t see much except the outline and the lights at the end, because the whole thing was wrapped in a light like a halo, and it kept shimmering.’

The next night, Mrs. Mary Leonard and her three children returned from buying groceries to their home just southwest of Ann Arbor.

‘There was just one light,’ said Mrs. Leonard. ‘It glowed off and on, and it zig-zagged a little. It was greenish and reddish, and it looked like it had a little light on it. We saw it in the southwest about 8:30 p.m., more than half way up from the horizon.’ 


Wikipedia article: “Dexter, Michigan”:


Wikipedia article: “Ypsilanti, Michigan”:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ypsilanti,_Michigan

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Frank Mannor
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Satellite photo of Dexter, Michigan (tageo.com)
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Satellite photo of Ypsilanti, Michigan (tageo.com)
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County map of Michigan (lib.utexas.edu)
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Saturday, 7 December 2019

UFO TV News Report:
“UFO’s: The Best Evidence – Part 4”


9 November 1989
(CBS KLAS-TV, Las Vegas, Nevada)

Source: Mystery Wire (YouTube channel)

Video text:
“Have UFOs made a practice of following American space missions? Several astronauts have been quoted about the deep space encounters. Investigative journalist George Knapp looks at NASA policies regarding ETs. And is there a connection between UFOs and cattle mutilations? ‘UFOs: The Best Evidence’ continues with Part 4, 30 years after it originally aired on Nov. 9, 1989 on KLAS TV in Las Vegas.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkX-_8mxPnY














(George Knapp/CBS KLAS-TV/youtube.com image)

UFO TV News Report:
“Web Extra: Full interview with Lue Elizondo”


Published: 14 December 2018
(CBS KLAS-TV, Las Vegas, Nevada)

Source: 8 News NOW Las Vegas (YouTube channel)

Luis Elizondo ran the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) from 2010 (according to Elizondo’s own words in the following video: youtube.com). AATIP ran from 2007 to 2012. After 2012, Elizondo oversaw UFO work for five more years before resigning from the U.S. Department of Defense in October 2017. Elizondo is now the Director of Global Security & Special Programs for the To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science.


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Luis Elizondo
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Friday, 6 December 2019

Google Website Searches:
Focus On UFO Incidents At Interstate Highways:
I-68, I-69, I-70, I-71, I-72
(Main Interstate Routes)


U.S Department of Transportation (USDOT):
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA):
FHWA Route Log and Finder List”:


FHWA Route Log and Finder List:
Table 1: Main Routes of the Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways ”:


Interstate 68 (I-68) (West Virginia, Maryland), Interstate 69 (I-69) (Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas), Interstate 70 (I-70) (Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania), Interstate 71 (I-71) (Kentucky, Ohio), Interstate 72 (I-72) (Illinois, Missouri).

NOTE: I-69 Central, I-69 East and I-69 West run through Texas.

Website: National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC.org):

(Search term: Interstate 68 (I-68) (West Virginia, Maryland))
(no results as of 6 December 2019)

(I-68 (West Virginia, Maryland))

(Interstate 69 (I-69) (Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas))

(I-69 (Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas))

(Interstate 70 (I-70) (Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania))

(I-70 (Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania))

(Interstate 71 (I-71) (Kentucky, Ohio))

(I-71 (Kentucky, Ohio))

(Interstate 72 (I-72) (Illinois, Missouri))

(I-72 (Illinois, Missouri))

Website: UFO DNA (thecid.com/ufo):

(Interstate 68 (I-68) (West Virginia, Maryland))
(no results as of 6 December 2019)

(I-68 (West Virginia, Maryland))

(Interstate 69 (I-69) (West Virginia, Maryland))
(no results as of 6 December 2019)

(I-69 (Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas))

(I-70 (Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania))

(I-70 (Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania))

(Interstate 71 (I-71) (Kentucky, Ohio))

(I-71 (Kentucky, Ohio))

(Interstate 72 (I-72) (Illinois, Missouri))

(I-72 (Illinois, Missouri))
(no results as of 6 December 2019)

Wikipedia article: “Interstate 68”:


Wikipedia article: “Interstate 69”:


Wikipedia article: “Interstate 70”:


Wikipedia article: “Interstate 71”:


Wikipedia article: “Interstate 72”:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interstate_72

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Focus On UFO Incidents At Interstate Highways:
H-1, I-2, I-4, I-5 I-8, I-10, I-12 and I-15:


Google Website Searches:
Focus On UFO Incidents At Interstate Highways:
I-16, I-17, I-19, I-20, I-22, I-24, I-25 and I-26:


Google Website Searches:
Focus On UFO Incidents At Interstate Highways:
I-27, I-29, I-30, I-35, I-35E, I-35W, I-37, I-39, I-40 and I-41:


Google Website Searches:
Focus On UFO Incidents At Interstate Highways:
I-43, I-44, I-45, I-49, I-55:


Google Website Searches:
Focus On UFO Incidents At Interstate Highways:

I-57, I-59, I-64, I-65, I-66:

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U.S. Interstate Highway System Map (wikimedia.org)
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