Friday, September 20, 2013

The Government Is Still Hiding UFOs

Check out NASA UFO Files Unexplained. It shows NASA video footage of UFOs in space and some interviews with the astronauts who saw them. These clips of footage are just a few of many UFOs seen and caught on video by NASA. Sure a lot of the flashing lights, sparkling particles and floating orbs can be explained by video elusions of sunlight on space junk or ice, but what was the red light UFO? That was a most interesting encounter and so is my favorite space worm.

I know there is extraterrestrials without a doubt. My personal mission is to find out anything I can about them. I never thought I would be one of those, "I can't give you all the information because it's secret" people, but I have actually found myself in that position. I have a source, who knows a source, that has given information to me about what they discovered while working on a new television show about UFOs. I don't want to give out their name or the name of the channel for privacy reasons so you can believe me or not, but I know that my source interviewed UFO witnesses and ufologist who gave astounding stories of their UFO encounters and information on Roswell. The information that was acquired was more convincing than anything. The Roswell incident is known by senior ufologists as an extraterrestrial made craft that crashed with biological androids aboard it. All the interviewees had more evidence that extraterrestrials are the originators of the saucer shaped air craft than not. When the source reported this information back to the channel's producers, they were given strict orders that the show can not say aliens exist and the content should be focused more on Nazis and Hitler making saucer shaped crafts. I guess I was too naive to think UFO cover up still existed in this day and age of modern science and technology, but apparently it still does and I want to find out why...

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

UFO Sighting at Nat Bailey, Vancouver, Canada: Is It Real?

A video has surfaced on the internet recently of what appears to be a UFO hovering over Nat Bailey baseball stadium in Vancouver, Canada. The source: a Youtube account by the name of Jason Fuller. I thank Jason Fuller for uploading this video footage, but I have a few questions about it. My first question is, why is the video so short? I filmed three red glowing objects ( I don't believe they were extraterrestrial though) back in June and I stayed on the objects till they burnt out. This is one of the important characteristics that helped me determine they were probably just some type of red flare. If Jason's video camera was running out of batteries than that is understandable.
My next question is where did the UFO go? Did it shoot away or did it stay there for the remainder of the game. The movement of an unidentified object is so important. It basically can determine what the object might be. After going down the list of plausible answers of what a UFO might be and still are left with none, than that is when a UFO might start moving in to the extraterrestrial category.

One thing is for sure, the video does not seem to be a video hoax. Whatever was there, was actually there because another baseball fan caught the same UFO on video with their cell phone.

In this second video, the woman filming asks, "Do you know what that is?" and the voice of a man next to her seems rather calm in explaining some options. One of those options is a restaurant in the distance. He doesn't seem to be as perplexed by the object which leads me to believe the UFO must of not been making any shocking, irregular, movements.
A Youtube user commented that the Bloedel Floral Conservatory is not far from the Nat Bailey Stadium and maybe it was the lights from the conservatory being mistaken for a UFO.

The conservatory does have a rather Space-y architectural design to it.

It's hard to say if the UFO was a real UFO or not, but whatever it was, it seemed to be rather uneventful. The UFO seems pretty stagnant in the videos and, is it just me or, do the baseball fans seem way more excited about the game than the strange lights floating near the stadium? A Canadian newspaper even had fun with it, using the UFO in its sports headline. A twitter tag #luckyUFO even made its rounds on Twitter as some Canadian sports fans believed the UFO helped their team win!

I'm keeping up to date on the Vancouver UFO sightings thanks to, Vancouver UFO Sightings, of course!

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