Tue Jul 17, 2012, 12:10 PM
frogmarch (8,323 posts)
New witness in Illinois UFO case
The story behind a well known Illinois UFO case from early January 2000 involving witnesses from multiple police departments may be rewritten as one new witness came forward July 16, 2012, to offer additional testimony from a vantage point in southern Missouri, according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.
Hmmm... “...lights pointing down over the Walmart...” Veddy interesting.
I just Googled “ASD,” and at MUFON, it stands for “Assistant State Director.” Here it refers to Assistant Missouri State Director Margie Kay (2nd paragraph above).
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Response to SidDithers (Reply #3)
Wed Jul 25, 2012, 01:47 PM
frogmarch (8,323 posts)
4. Yes, they will, and
others scoff at everything. I realize how frustrating it must be for scoffers to know that certain high-ranking U.S military officials, along with Air Force as well as commercial airline pilots and a growing number of reputable scientists, agree that the UFO phenomenon should be given a closer look.
Many reported sightings are hoaxes and others are misidentifications of natural objects and occurrences, but are all sightings attributable to these? What was it that appeared to follow Japan Airlines flight 1628 in 1987? Charged plasma? A cloud reflection? I’d like to know, and so would lots of other curious people. This is not the only case in which an experienced pilot reported an unidentified flying object. Do scoffers not think such sightings should be investigated?
Not everyone interested in UFOs believes without a doubt that ETs are visiting Earth, and some of us, including me, seriously doubt they are, but get this: every one of us knows what a goddamn frisbee looks like. Some scoffers become so frustrated and disgusted at the thought that not all skeptics are close-minded, that not all skeptics are scoffers and diehard debunkers, they feel they must show their scorn by banging their heads against brick walls and whatnot. This behavior is unnecessary and counterproductive, and it makes the scoffers who do it look more than a tad peculiar.