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Aliens mapping the Earth
12 October 1954, Leading astronomers in East Africa.
A surprising and uncomfortable statement has been made about the "flying saucers" by one of the most prominent astronomers in East-Africa, the vice-president of: the Astronomical Association of Kenya, G. Duncan Fletcher, after receiving several reports that both Europeans, as Africans and Asians, have observed various types of objects in the air: immobile, buzzing along the horizon with color changes white to red and blue and green; elliptically shaped with elongated protrusions from both ends.
12 December 1950, Photo NS-97.
Here is a picture of the famous flying saucer we reported frequently about the lats years.
Flying disk is a weather balloon
11 July 1947, Hotel owner in Brighton has seen UFO.
The US Army has probably solved the mystery of the flying disks. After one was found on a ranch near Roswell in New Mexico, the object could be identified as a weather balloon. This is used to determine the direction and speed of the wind at high altitudes. About eighty weather stations in the US use this type of balloon.
Sirius is troublemaker
30 December 1976, Attempt to minimize the UFOs seen on Dutch Christmas night.
The curious, colorful phenomena that many hundreds of people have seen on the night during the last few days do not appear to have come from extraterrestrial beings or from Russian planes that are sneaking through the radar screens to snoop on us. Nothing of that. The big troublemaker is Sirius an ordinary star. That is at least the firm conviction of the Utrecht astronomer professor C. de Jager. Just as every year, according to De Jager, Sirius is in a sertain place on the horizon and its light shines on the earth. It is an attractive sight, because the colors are always different: green, "red, orange.
Animal mutilation case in the year 1826
8 June 1826, UFO kills two horses and a cow in Belgium.
On the 31st of May, about 4 o'clock in the afternoon, an air phenomenon in the shape of a fireball, accompanied by a storm cloud, was seen above Massles, in the canton of Ath in Hainault. The residents and the laborers working in the quarries were frightened by it.
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