Wednesday, 6 March 2013

UFO Over Castelvolturno Italy (Video)

President Dr. Carannante Angelo - A UFO sighting took place at Villaggio Coppola, a hamlet of Castel Volturno, Caserta province. The investigations of C.UFO.M.ivi including analysis, pointed out that we are, until proven otherwise, a real UFO. In the photo, you see the tip of one that has the appearance of a real spaceship likely. The witness saw the object only in pictures. The analyzes are Carmine Silvestri collaboration with Biagio Fusco. Music by Paola Tascione.

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Spielberg Tells Larry King He Supports Government Disclosure On UFOs

Documentary director, James Fox, finally revealed the contents of a letter from Steven Spielberg to Larry King regarding his UFO documentary, I Know What I Saw, at this year’s UFO Congress. In 2009 Fox had appeared on Larry King Live to talk about UFOs and his documentary, which was about to appear on the History Channel. A few days after the show, King told Fox that he had sent a copy of the documentary to Steven Spielberg. King then received a letter from Spielberg in response, and sent Fox a copy. Excited about the endorsement from Spielberg, Fox contacted Spielberg’s publicist to confirm it was OK for Fox to share Spielberg’s remarks to help promote the upcoming airing of his documentary. Unfortunately, Spielberg’s publicist, Marvin Levy, denied the request.
James Fox at the IUFOC 2013
James Fox at the IUFOC 2013 (Credit: Alejandro Rojas)
At the time, Fox had let some of us in the UFO community know he had received an endorsement, but respecting Levy’s wishes, he did not reveal the exact content. Fox said now that a few years has passed, he left a message for Levy, informing him that he intended to read the letter at the UFO Congress this year. He had not heard back from Levy, so he assumed that meant it was OK, and he read the letter to an excited IUFOC crowd. Transcribed from Fox’s reading, the letter said:
Dear Larry,
With great curiosity, I watched the documentary you sent over and found it compelling. Personally, I would like to think we are not alone, and even though I have devoted a generous percentage of my movies to extraterrestrial related themes, I for one have never seen a UFO. That is so unfair! (sic)
I hope you will continue to pursue this topic on your program, and that some day our government will offer a total disclosure about what they know about unidentified flying objects and their true and natural origins.
I continue to enjoy watching you and all your guests.
All my best,
Signed: Steven
Fox was disappointed Spielberg did not endorse his film openly. He said:
Here is a guy who knows there is a cover up, who is one of the most influential people in the entertainment industry… He even put in Dr. J. Allen Hynek in Close Encounters for those in the know, realizing that this is a little way of saying that this is based on reality. And yet he wasn’t willing to put in a little effort for an independent guy like me, to help my movie succeed.

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National UFO Alert: Three states report 128 February cases

The National UFO ALERT Rating System has been updated March 4, 2013, with California, Texas and Florida moving to a UFO Alert 3 as the highest reporting states during the month of February 2013, filed with the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON).
California was the leading high-reporting state in February with 53 cases, down from 63 January cases, 75 December cases, 53 cases in November, 83 cases in October, 69 cases filed in September and 75 in August.
Those states in a UFO Alert 4 category with 13 or more reports include: Virginia, Indiana, New York, and Georgia.
All other states move to a UFO Alert 5 category with lower numbers of UFO activity. The Watch States - with 10 or more cases - are North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Nevada, Arizona, Michigan and Colorado.
MUFON released February statistics March 1, where the total number of reported UFO sightings is listed by state. The UFO Examiner uses these statistics to rate states. The entire country was moved back to the lowest alert level - UFO Alert 5.
California takes the lead with 53 cases; Texas, 45; and Florida, 30.
Those states with 13 or more reports, the next reporting tier level, are a UFO Alert 4 status: Virginia, 15; Indiana, 13; New York, 13; and Georgia, 13.
Our Watch States this month are - with 10 reports or more: North Carolina, 12; Ohio, 12; Pennsylvania, 11; Tennessee, 11; Nevada, 11; Arizona, 10; Michigan, 10; and Colorado, 10.
The sphere remains the most-reported UFO shape with 124 February reports; down from 172 January reports; 158 December reports; 168 reports in November; 161 in October, 246 in September and 238 August reports. Other shape reports include: Circle, 81; Circle, 81; Other, 80; Star-like, 69; Triangle, 64; Disc, 57; Unknown, 53; Fireball, 48; Oval, 41; Flash, 22; Cylinder, 21; Cigar, 17; Boomerang, 15; Diamond, 12; Egg, 10; Bullet/Missile, 7; Blimp, 6; Chevron, 6; Saturn-like, 5; Teardrop, 5; Cone, 4; Square/Rectangular, 3; and Cross, 1.
The object's distance from the witness includes: Less than 100 feet, 75 cases; 101 to 500 feet, 56 cases; 501 feet to one mile, 115 cases; over one mile, 121 cases; unknown, 136; and no value stated, 12.
In addition, there were "11 landings, hovering, or takeoffs reported and 0 entities observed."
The most interesting UFO reports do not necessarily come from high reporting states - but those states with higher numbers do account for some of the most interesting evidence to study. While UFO sightings seem to pop up randomly around the country, this list is meant to offer a small insight into where Americans are filing reports.

Russell Crowe's Close Encounter With 'UFO'

Russell Crowe has posted a video on YouTube which he claimed showed a UFO passing by his office window in Sydney.
The Oscar-winning actor posted a link from his Twitter account to a YouTube video with the message: "UFO? Time Lapse Photos Outside RC's Woolloomooloo Office (THESE ARE REAL!)"
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UFO? Time Lapse Photos Outside RC's Woolloomooloo Office (THESE ARE REAL!): via @youtube
The 23-second video showed a bright rectangular light moving across the Sydney horizon in tandem with another rectangular light at ground level.
The "big surprise" was filmed after Crowe and a friend set up a camera to "capture fruit bats rising from Botanic Gardens" outside the actor's office in the inner-city Syndey suburb of Woolloomooloo, according to his Twitter.
The response to the "UFO" video on YouTube has been largely sceptical. One user wrote: "Just an insect or some such reflecting the light on the other side of the trees into your time lapse camera", while another comment sarcastically read: "Definitely is the real deal. All the signs and indicators are present. blurry, unfocused, 3 frames only, reliable provenance, incorrect exposure factors. All real UFO images are like this."
However, Crowe defended the video's authenticity on Twitter:
russellcrowe Russell Crowe
Canon 5D, No Flash, can't be a lense flare because it moves , camera is fixed via @youtube

Australian actor Crowe, 48, is best known for his roles in L.A. Confidential (1997), American Gangster (2007) and Gladiator (2000) – the latter of which won him a Best Actor Oscar.
He has also attracted controversy for his antics. In 2002 he pinned a TV producer against the wall for cutting his BAFTA award acceptance speech short, and in 2005 he was arrested for assault after throwing a phone at a hotel employee in New York. In 2011, he was criticised for calling infant circumcision "barbaric" during a Twitter conversation with Jewish screenwriter Eli Roth.
His latest film, thriller Broken City, was released in the UK earlier this month.

Black Triangular Craft and Highways

By Jason Offutt

Interstate 435 surrounds Kansas City, Missouri, and its suburbs across the Missouri/Kansas state line in 81-miles of asphalt. Other than a few housing developments, the northwest stretch of the interstate that Laura Katz traveled on around 10 p.m. February 19, is quiet and dark. “It was cold and clear,” Katz said. “You could see the stars. Visibility was excellent.”
Which is how she saw the thing in the sky.
Katz was on the last half-hour of the long journey from her hometown of Council Bluffs, Iowa, to her apartment in Overland Park, Kansas, when she took the onramp onto the interstate at Platte City, Missouri, and entered this sparsely-populated area northwest of Kansas City. “I’d only been on 435 a couple of minutes and I see these things with lights,” she said. “I think, hmm, that’s weird.”

An elongated black triangle about the size of a commercial jet airliner flew toward her. A smaller one just to the south mirrored the flight path; a second smaller craft flew to the north. “To the right is another one right above the trees,” she said. “I mean right above the trees. There were no propellers, no wings, and they were flat. An airplane isn’t just flat like that.”

Belgian Triangle

These three aircraft with strange lights approached the interstate with a trajectory that would lead them over Katz’s car toward nearby Kansas City International Airport. But, as the craft grew closer, Katz began to doubt if these were conventional airplanes. “I usually don’t see three airplanes that close together,” she said. “But I am by the airport so maybe they’re farther apart than what I think.”
Then she slowed and the lead craft, the largest of the three, slowly sailed over the top of her car. “It was triangle shape, almost like a Stealth Bomber shape,” she said. But Katz has seen the B-2 Stealth Bomber, and this craft was not the B-2. “I slow down and look up at this thing,” she said. “This was not an airplane. I made sure it was not an airplane before I started freaking.”
Blue and red flickering lights lined the outside of the triangles; a big white light glowed from their middle. Katz got a good look; the craft were close. “We’re talking not very high off the interstate,” she said. “Just above the trees. Probably a couple hundred feet above the trees. I was moving faster than they were.”
One of the smaller ships wasn’t moving at all. It just hovered at the tree line.
Katz’s sighting isn’t uncommon for that area. An anonymous poster to the Mutual UFO Network website described seeing something similar at 10:05 p.m. on November 9, 2012, near Parkville, Missouri, about thirteen miles from the airport. “I saw a triangle-shaped object hovering low in the sky over Parkville, Missouri,” the witness wrote in the MUFON report. “The craft had a bright white light and smaller red and blue light all which flashed randomly.”

Ready for flight

This object hovered an estimated 200 feet above the ground. The witness saw a black triangular craft with a bright, white light shining underneath. ”I slowed down to about 15 mph because there were no other cars on the road at the time. The object … blended very well with the night sky,” the witness wrote. “I looked up into the sky very puzzled and astounded by what I had just seen. I can’t understand how something that big could just hover in place so low to the ground and not make a sound.”
Margie Kay, the assistant state director for the Missouri MUFON chapter, said Katz and the witness from Parkville aren’t alone. “There has been some UFO activity in that area, in particular along the river and along I-29 and I-435 at the Missouri/Kansas border,” Kay said. “There were eighty-three reported triangular craft in Missouri from January 2011 to February 19, 2013, with twenty-six of those being along this western corridor.”
Due to the proximity of Whiteman Air Force Base, home of the B-2 Spirit stealth bomber (93 miles away), Fort Riley (141 miles) and Offutt Air Force Base (161 miles away), Kay doesn’t rule out a terrestrial explanation. “I would not be surprised at all if they are some top secret military craft,” she said. “But that is just speculation.”

Blackness in the sky

Kay’s colleague in Kansas, MUFON field investigator Stan Seba, agrees. “I’m not saying this is extraterrestrial,” he said. “Me and my colleagues believe it’s something of a terrestrial origin.” Over the past few years he’s tracked black triangle sightings across the greater Kansas City area, and many of the sightings are the same. In his research, Seba has noted similarities in the sightings of black triangular craft:
  • They are seen at specific altitudes, or very close to the ground, usually less than 500 feet.
  • They are much slower than conventional aircraft.
  • They are seen over interstate highways.
  • They are seen over areas of dense population or over areas of economic development.
  • No identifiable identification.
  • Unconventional lighting.
  • Specific flight paths.
“They have been confused for stealth aircraft,” Seba said, and tries to rule out the B-2 from reports first. “With the B-2 bomber, the way it is designed is to look like anything except an airplane.” But in some sightings of black, triangular craft, the ships don’t behave like the B-2. “They demonstrate abilities that are not known by any other aircraft to have. Stopping in midair, hovering, moving very slowly then zooming out of sight very fast. When they disappear from their sight, it’s likes watching a Star Trek special effect of a starship going into warp.”

The inner workings of the B2

A common thread among these sightings is the interstate system. “In the greater Kansas City area, people are most likely to see triangles on Interstate 653, Interstate 35 and Interstate 435,” he said. “It’s kind of a long line. Some pilots call it IFR. I Follow Roads. And when you’re traveling along the interstate, except for billboards you have an excellent view of the sky.”
This link to terrestrial pilots is one of the reasons Seba said the ships may indeed be some of ours. He sited the words of former Skunk Works director Ben Rich from his book Skunk Works: A Personal Memoir of My Years of Lockheed: ‘We now have the technology to take ET home.’ “If he was being honest with that quote,” Seba said. “There’s no telling what we have.”
However, Seba is also not ruling out that these ships could be extraterrestrial.
Katz is sure they are. “I’m going between 50 and 65 m.p.h. and they’re just gliding through the air; something the military would cover in seconds,” she said. “They were going so slow I could see them in my rearview mirror.”
She saw more than the three slow-moving black triangles on her drive home. “I go a few miles and there’s another one, but not as big as the first,” she said. “I get to the race track (Kansas Speedway) and there’s one right above the Toyota dealership. It was a smaller one. It was stationary.”
Katz wasn’t the only one in the car to know something was wrong; she had three pets with her. “The most mellow cat, right before the Platte City exit (minutes before her first sighting) starts making this noise,” she said. “Not her normal meow. The other two were still, but one was making this noise, this odd, odd noise. She’s in her carrier so I can’t do anything about it.” The cat continued to make this noise for miles. “She didn’t stop until we passed the last one. Super weird,” Katz said.
Seba said there have been reports of similar pet reaction in relation to black triangle sightings.
“I think they’re UFOs, no doubt in my mind,” Katz said. “I’m open to them being military, but I know they weren’t airplanes.”