5 Most Credible UFO Cases of All Time

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In Alien Investigations episode 25 we’ll take a look at 5 of the most
credible UFO Cases of All Time in my opinion.

Roswell New Mexico

5 Most Credible UFO Cases of All Time

In the summer of 1947, rancher Wiliam “Mac” Brazel discovered mysterious
debris in one of his New Mexico pastures, including metallic rods, chunks
of plastic and unusual, papery scraps.

Here’s the actual radio broadcast…

According to Walter Haut (Press Officer. 509th Bomb Group)

QUOTE: “The press release that I had received, stated that we had in our
possession parts of a flying disk.”

A short time later the story abruptly changed when General Ramey took control
of the situation and stated that the disk is a weather balloon.

When the air force produced one meager weather balloon as the Roswell crash debris
many concluded that it was part of a cover-up.

 

Lubbock Lights

5 Most Credible UFO Cases of All Time

August 25, 1951

3 science professors from Texas Tech were enjoying an evening outdoors in Lubbock,
when they looked up and saw a semicircle of lights flying above them at a high speed.

Over the next few days, dozens of reports flooded in from across town—
Texas Tech freshman Carl Hart Jr., even snapped photos of the phenomenon,
which were published in newspapers across the country and Life magazine.

Project Blue Book investigated the events, and their official conclusion was
that the lights were birds that reflected the luminescence from Lubbock’s
new streetlamps.

Many people who saw the lights, however, refuse to accept this explanation,
arguing that the lights were flying too fast.

 

The Belgium Wave

5 Most Credible UFO Cases of All Time

November 1989

Citizens of Belgium reported seeing a large,
triangular UFO hovering in the sky.

A few months later, in March 1990, new sightings of multiple objects were reported,
which were confirmed by two military ground radar stations.

Two F-16 fighter jets were sent out to investigate the anomalies, and though the pilots
could not see anything visually, they were able to lock onto their targets with radar.

But the UFOs moved so fast that the pilots ended up losing them.

Some 13,500 people are estimated to have witnessed the incident,
making it one of the most widely experienced UFO sightings of the
modern era.

 

Rendlesham Forest

5 Most Credible UFO Cases of All Time

December 1980

U.S. Air Force members stationed at two British Royal Air Force bases,
Woodbridge and Bentwaters, reported seeing strange, colorful lights above Rendlesham Forest,
about 100 miles northeast of London.

One man who entered the forest to investigate claimed to have discovered some sort of spacecraft there,
and the next day, others confirmed damage to nearby trees and a higher-than-normal level of radiation at the site.

Several days later, more sightings were reported. Lieutenant Colonel Charles Halt recorded his
observations on an audio tape as he watched the lights, and while not definitive proof,
theorists consider this the strongest evidence of the events.

 

Phoenix Lights

5 Most Credible UFO Cases of All Time

March 13, 1997

The Phoenix Lights was a mass UFO sighting which occurred in Phoenix, Arizona, and Sonora,
Mexico on Thursday.

There were allegedly two distinct events involved in the incident: a triangular formation of
lights were seen to pass over the state, and a series of stationary lights seen in the Phoenix area.

The United States Air Force later identified the second group of lights as flares dropped
by A-10 Warthog aircraft that were on training exercises at the Barry Goldwater Range
in southwest Arizona.

Witnesses claim to have observed a huge V-shaped (several football field sized),
coherently-moving dark UFO, producing no sound, and containing five spherical
lights or possibly light-emitting engines.

Fife Symington, the governor at the time, was one witness to this incident.

Actor Kurt Russell, recently admitted that he was the “unidentified pilot”
who reported the phenomenon known as the Phoenix Lights on March 13, 1997.

Several movies spawned from this incident as well most recent,
Phoenix Forgotten released in 2017.

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