Thursday December 5, 2013
I have been looking at a sighting case that occurred in May of this year in Lexington, Kentucky. The case is being
investigated by Kentucky MUFON's John Powell. No conclusions have been sent to me so far.
A man and his wife were visiting the Lexington Cemetery with the intent of taking some photographs of the beautiful
landscape there. Traveling down the main road where the trees were sparse, the wife looked up and saw something
totally unexpected... a cylinder-shaped UFO.
The object appeared to be sitting still. See this great report at Cylinder-shaped UFO Witnessed over Kentucky, and be sure to make any comments you may have.
Tuesday December 3, 2013
There has been a NASA photo going around the Net that has caused quite a bit of discussion. Finally, a Seattle-based
group sent an inquiry to NASA to get an explanation.
The pertinent info on the snap is: Mission: STS61C Roll: 31 Frame: 2 Mission ID on the Film or image: 61-C. The photo
was taken over the Atlantic Ocean on Jan. 12, 1986, during the Columbia space shuttle mission.
Here is what NASA said: "A small piece of thermal insulation tile floats in space near the Shuttle Columbia. The
cloudy surface of the earth is used as a background." As to be expected, not everyone accepts this explanation.
Check it out at Unknown Object from NASA, and see what you think.
Sunday December 1, 2013
In Lost Creek, Virginia, a man reported the sighting of three lights which seemed to float over a nearby field. They soon flew away; faded out. In Lawrence, Kansas, we have the strange account of blue-white lights approaching a boyfriend/girlfriend. Soon, however, the object turned into a plane. Was this just a misunderstand, or something more bizarre?
Our final report comes from Grain Valley, Missouri, where a witness watched a single light which sat motionless for a
time, faded out, and then reappeared in the same spot. This occurred several times.
See these three accounts at UFO Reports - West Virginia, Kansas and Missouri, and don't forget to comment if you wish.
Thursday November 28, 2013
I'm sure you have noticed that some of the satellite TV companies are already showing Christmas movies. It's a little early, isn't it? I have even seen some houses putting up lights.
Used to be, Christmas started around Thanksgiving, at least that's what I am used to, but now even before Halloween, you start to see ads about Christmas; buy, buy, buy.
Let's try to keep a little bit of the 'reason for the season' going this year. It can be a great time of the year. I know that some families have a lot of problems when they gather, but do try.
Happy Thanksgiving to all of you out there!