Saturday, 7 June 2014

Triangular UFO over Reutlingen, Germany on Video

By UFO Casebook

Published: 5:26 AM 6/3/2014
Originally published on Dec 2, 2013
This triangular object was sighted in the morning in Reutlingen, Germany.
It was Sunday, in the city center were no people at the time. Thus, the UFO could almost fly unnoticed over Reutlingen.
Recent footage of a strange triangular object flying over Reutlingen, Germany. What do you think it is? Is it a man-made object, or perhaps something from out of this world?
(Editor's Note: I don't know why this video, which was taken in December, 2013 was just listed on Google alerts, but for what it's worth, check it out and see what you think; an outright hoax, a remote-controlled model, or the real thing?)

New Crop Circle At Hod Hill, Hanford, Dorset

Published on 3 Jun 2014 By MrGyro FPV
We filmed this crop circle at Hod Hill near Hanford in Dorset. It's the first crop circle to be reported in June 2014 but not the first crop circle in Dorset this year, the other one being the Hambledon Hill crop circle near Iwerne in April.

Jon Ronson: 'I looked for UFOs with Robbie in Snoop Dogg's plane'


Jon Ronson has described his experience of UFO hunting in Nevada… with Robbie Williams… in Snoop Dogg's plane.
The journalist and documentary maker ended up UFO-watching with the Swings Both Ways singer in the middle of the Nevada desert.

How did it all come about? Watch the video below:

Ronson discussed the events on Alan Davies' new show As Yet Untitled, which comes to Dave on Monday, June 16 at 10pm.
Williams has previously confessed that it was an obsession with UFOs that made him "weird and fat", after the demands of his music career took their toll.
"I got a bit burnt out and I was looking for something else. I thought that something else was making documentaries about UFOs," he explained.
"But that wasn't going to work out for me. It just made me weird and - at the time - fat. Weird and fat, looking at UFOs."

A true believer in extra-terrestrial life, Williams also revealed in 2008 that he had been visited by an alien life form.
He said that he was visited by a strange black light after putting the finishing touches to a song, titled 'Arizona', about alien abduction.

'Edge of Tomorrow': Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt fight aliens and time-warp weirdness (review)

By Clint O'Connor, The Plain DealerThe Plain Dealer
Let's dispense with the bad bits about "Edge of Tomorrow."
No. 1: Terrible title. Makes it sound like a soap opera. Bring on the evil twins, amnesia and lame make-out scenes.
No. 2: Terrible trailer. It suggested a heavy, psychological mind-bender. A boring one.
No. 3: Bad ads. Apparently, Warner Bros. has done some market research and is now repositioning the film, trying to sell it as a love story in its TV commercials.
All of this serves to cloud what "Edge of Tomorrow" truly is: a great action movie.
Director Doug Liman has created an unrelenting, rock-'em, sock- 'em thrill ride that delivers a lot of bang for your movie bucks.

Tom Cruise stars as Maj. William Cage, a PR officer ordered to the front lines by a general (Brendan Gleeson) leading the International Defense Force. You see, aliens have landed on Earth. They have killed millions and have taken over most of Europe.
The IDF is on the verge of attempting a massive D-Day-like landing in western France, albeit with soldiers inside of clunky, super-high-tech weapon suits specially designed to fight the attackers. The aliens are killing machines that look like hordes of giant swirling-twirling octopi.
Needless to say, Maj. Cage wants nothing to do with the impending slaughter, makes a run for it, is arrested, stripped of his rank and hurled into the staging area and a squad led by the ornery Sgt. Farell (Bill Paxton).
The kicker is that Cage is killed a few minutes into the landing. But that's just the beginning of the story. In the process, he picked up some alien blood that makes him relive the same day over and over. Cage wakes up, meets Farell, lands in France, gets killed, wakes up, meets Farell, lands in France, etc.
The "Groundhog Day" effect is in full force, but Cage learns a little more about battling the aliens with each land-die-awaken episode. Cage progresses from coward to combatant. And he has a kindred spirit, Special Forces superstar Rita Vrataski (Emily Blunt), a hero of the alien wars who understands Cage's dilemma and wants to exploit it to defeat the enemy.
Of course, the repeated-sequences premise is ripe for movie disaster. But Liman ("The Bourne Identity") and crew pull it off with expertly efficient editing and a twist: Though we see Cage go through the same day many times, he also learns from experiences beyond what we see, which adds several mysterious turns.
Based on the novel "All You Need Is Kill" by Hiroshi Sakurazaka, "Edge of Tomorrow" embraces its time-warping weirdness with captivating results. Cruise and Blunt make for an excellent action team, and if you can forgive the title, trailer and ad campaign, you're in for an engrossing, fast-paced payoff.

Unknown Object Close To Tijuana Airport Mexico

Published on 7 Jun 2014 By jmhz71

OVNI De Luz Desaparece sobre el aeropuerto Edit 07/06/2014
grabado 04/06/2014

Bing translation:
UFO light disappears over the airport Edit 07/06/2014
engraved 04/06/2014
Youtube Comment: "Wow dude, you actually recorded this. Im in Los espanoles por Blvd Benites (UDCI University) and saw this. It was somewhere from 8pm to 10pm right? You didnt catch it all on video though...... I saw it moving from south to north and could notice it rising in elevation. It stoped right where youre showing it, dissappeared....... and reappeared again, it started moving again and hid behind a was crazy. It certainly didnt look like a plane!"

Claims of strange UFO sightings over West Wales last night

Published on June 05 By Carmarthen Journal  

A PARANORMAL investigator is appealing for information after an unidentified cluster of lights was spotted over Carmarthenshire last night.
Gavin Davies, who runs The Paranormal Chronicles, said he was lying in bed when he spotted the fast-moving objects over Haverfordwest at 11.05pm.
He quickly  put an appeal on Facebook and got responses from people who spotted the objects, described as one larger, bright light, with two smaller lights around it – over Narberth, Whitland and St Clears – and was heading east.
Gavin said: “I was in bed and I saw this star but it started moving across the sky.
“You obviously think ‘what could it be?’
“My immediate suspicion was it was the International Space Station but I checked and it had already passed.
“There were smaller lights that traveled towards it and moved round it.
“I went on Facebook and asked if anyone had seen it.
“A couple from St Clears area said they had seen it travelling towards them, and later on someone from Narberth said they had seen it at 11.10pm.
“It is literally a UFO. I’m not saying it’s aliens but at this time we don’t know  what it is.”
Gavin, who normally deals in ghost sightings and runs website and has published a best-seller book, A Most Haunted House, said he hoped to find someone who photographed or filmed the craft.
“Smaller star like lights have been seen to approach the larger one and make circular flight patterns around it and then fly off at speed," he added.
“Reports suggest it was too bright and large to be a Chinese lantern and the object made 'drastic' course changes. No sound was heard coming from the object.”
If you have any information or able to get film or photographic documentation, contact the Paranormal Chronicles at:

National UFO Alert: Seven states report 287 May cases


The National UFO Alert Rating System has been updated for June 2014, with California, Florida, New York, Texas, Arizona, Ohio and North Carolina moving to a UFO Alert 2 or 3 as the highest reporting states during the month of May 2014, filed with the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON).
California was the leading high-reporting state in May with 102 cases, up from 80 April cases, 103 March cases, 59 February cases, and 102 January cases – the single state listed as an Alert 2 with 100 or more cases. The other top reporting states had 25 or more cases and are an Alert 3. Those states in a UFO Alert 4 category with 13 or more reports include: Michigan, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Missouri, Indiana, Washington, Oregon, Tennessee, and New Jersey.
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 Alabama, Wisconsin, Kentucky, Oklahoma, New Hampshire and Colorado.
MUFON released May statistics June 1, where the total number of reported UFO sightings is listed by state. The entire country was moved back to the lowest alert level – UFO Alert 5.
California takes the lead with 102 cases; Florida, 46; New York, 31; Texas, 30; Arizona, 27; Ohio, 26; and North Carolina, 25.
Those states with 13 or more reports, the next reporting tier level, are a UFO Alert 4 status: Michigan, 24; Illinois, 23; Pennsylvania, 21; Georgia, 19; Missouri, 19; Indiana, 15; Washington, 15; Oregon, 14; Tennessee, 13; and New Jersey, 13.
Our Watch States this month are – with 10 reports or more: Alabama, 12; Wisconsin, 11; Kentucky, 11; Oklahoma, 10; New Hampshire, 10; and Colorado, 10.
The sphere remains the most-reported UFO shape with 129 cases; down from 150 April cases, 131 March cases, 91 February cases; and 240 January cases. Other shape reports include: Circle, 81; Triangle, 78; Star-Like, 73; Other, 68; Disc, 61; Unknown, 57; Fireball, 38; Oval, 32; N/A, 25; Cylinder, 18; Cigar, 17; Boomerang, 15; Flash, 13; Egg, 11; Bullet/Missile, 11; Blimp, 6; Diamond, 5; Cone, 4; Chevron, 3; Teardrop, 3; and Saturn-like, 2.
The object’s distance from the witness includes: Less than 100 feet, 117 cases; 101 to 500 feet, 120 cases; 501 feet to one mile, 163 cases; over one mile, 193 cases; unknown, 242; and no value stated, 26.
In addition, there were “24 landings, hovering, or takeoffs reported and 1 entity 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.

Majestic 12: Is This Legendary UFO Conspiracy U.S. Air Force Disinformation? (VIDEO)


Majestic 12 is the name of an alleged organization created by President Truman to manage UFO and extraterrestrial investigations and maintaining strict secrecy in these areas. Many believe they have gone so far as to kill to keep secrets regarding interactions with the U.S. government and extraterrestrial civilizations.
The Majestic 12 (aka MJ-12) organization has become legendary in UFO circles, and has spawned a countless number of books and documentaries. It has even inspired TV shows and movies. The TV show Dark Skies was based on MJ-12, and MJ-12 thwarted Mulder and Scully several times on the X-Files.
The question begs, if this group is so super secret, like they are represented on TV, then how do we know about them? The answer to that question is a tricky one. Most references to the origins of these documents refer to a TV producer who received a mysterious package in the mail on a roll of film in 1984. When developed, the pictures contained top secret documents regarding MJ-12 and their research, including the recovery of crashed space craft and alien bodies.
However, what is often ignored, glossed over, or has just been lost to obscurity, is the fact that the first mention of MJ-12 was in a document that was alleged by Richard Doty, an ex-special agent for the U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI), to have been created as disinformation. He says he gave the document to UFO researchers while he worked for AFOSI, and was order to do so by his superiors. He says this was only one incident in a campaign that lasted years.
Hesitant to take his word for it, I requested documents related to his claims from AFOSI via the Freedom of Information Act Request (FOIA). The documents I received supported some of what he said, but told a different story. They do document the interactions with AFOSI and one UFO researcher, but do not include passing him disinformation. In fact, they say two New Mexico state senators requested information about the nature of their interaction with the UFO researcher, to which AFOSI replied they received his information, but did not engage in any sort of formal investigation.
Doty says this isn't true, and although the AFOSI documents do mention Doty as the person who relayed some of this information to the senators, he says all the while a disinformation campaign was underway. Whether or not it was, there is an abundance of information showing that, whether ordered to do so or not, he was dispensing disinformation. Some of which were the first alleged top secret documents referring to the elusive Majestic 12.
Could this AFOSI special agent have been selected as the pigeon to pass along these secret documents to UFO researchers as a government program to slowly disseminate the truth about extraterrestrial visitation to get the public ready for our inevitable introduction to the galactic neighborhood? Or could Doty have made all of this stuff up on his own? Or, as he suggests, could these documents have been made to make UFO researchers believe they were observing alien technology, when in fact they were catching glimpses of secret U.S. Air Force projects?
To be honest, I am not 100% sure what the answer is. Either way, the true history of the origins of the Majestic 12 documents is much more sordid than most are lead to believe. AFOSI did comment on the documents as part of a FBI investigation. They responded by returning the documents with the word "BOGUS" written on them in big black marker. You can find these document on the FBI's website.
This whole affair is very complicated, but to break down the details, me and my friends at have posted a video showing all of the players and the evidence. You can even download the documents at I implore you all to take a look and let me know what you think.

Topic: UFO - Denise David Williams - The John Mack Movie

Published on 24 May 2014 By Topic UFO
Producer Denise David Williams joins Rick to discuss the work she is currently doing in an effort to bring the Dr. John Mack story to the silver screen.

Astronomers Discover Giant Earthlike Planet

Published on 3 Jun 2014 By Newsy Science
Astronomers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics have discovered a rocky "mega-Earth" 17 times the size of of our planet.

UFO caught on film by Homeland Security Helicopter In Puerto Rico

Published on 3 Jun 2014 By Puerto Rico UFOs
En este video veran como un helicóptero de Homeland Security capta en video infra-rojo el vuelo de dos objetos no identificados desde Aguadilla, este video fue tomado el 26 de abril de 2013 alrededor de la 1:22 de la tarde.
Gracias a José Martínez y el Puerto Rican Research Group.
Bing Translation:
In this video you can see as a Homeland Security helicopter captures video infra-red flight of two objects not identified from Aguadilla, this video was taken on April 26, 2013, around the 1:22 in the afternoon.
Thanks to José Martínez and the Puerto Rican Research Group.

Free Issue of Exopolitics Magazine For Download

Source: Robbie Graham

Exopolitics Magazine, Issue 1, Summer 2014, which is available now for free download.

UFO Planet Ep. 116 - Lisa Relland - MUFON Canada Chief Investigator

Published on 1 Jun 2014
On episode 116 Darin Crapo interviews Lisa Relland who is MUFON Canada's Chief Investigator and Director of the Alberta chapter of MUFON. The Mututal UFO Network (MUFON) Canada is currently looking for more investigators and on this episode of UFO Planet you will learn what is takes to become a MUFON investigator and what an investigator's role is.

When UFOs Become Deadly

By Nick Redfern

On Monday of this week, I had copies arrive of what is probably the most controversial book I have written so far: Close Encounters of the Fatal Kind, which is officially published on June 23; although a number of people have contacted me to say they already have copies. Basically, the book is a study of the many and varied suspicious deaths in the field of Ufology, spanning 1946 to pretty much the present day.
Immersing oneself in the world of the unidentified flying object can be exciting, illuminating, stimulating, and enlightening. That very same world, however, is filled to the brim with cold-hearted killers that will not think twice about taking you out of circulation, if such action is deemed absolutely necessary. And not all of those cold-hearted killers are human.
There are cases after cases of missing aircraft, vanished and dead pilots, suspiciously-timed heart-attacks, murders made to look like suicides, the use of mind-control techniques to provoke quick deaths, the many links between the UFO phenomenon and the November 22, 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the termination of numerous scientists with secret UFO links, journalists hung out to dry (as in forever), the terrifying human equivalents of so-called cattle-mutilations, and fatal illnesses provoked by close proximity to unidentified aerial craft.
In the very year that the UFO phenomenon entered popular culture, 1947, there was a grimly impressive catalog of deaths. When, in June of that year, a flying saucer reportedly exploded over Maury Island, Tacoma, Washington State, no less than two military personnel and two media men died under questionable circumstances. Less than two weeks later, the infamous event at Roswell, New Mexico occurred – an event that is dominated by suspicious suicides and mysterious deaths.
Six months later, Captain Thomas Mantell, of the U.S. Air National Guard, was killed after pursuing in the skies over Kentucky what many UFO researchers believe to have been a spacecraft from another world. Twisted wreckage and a dead pilot were the only pieces of evidence left for investigators to scrutinize.
Then, in May 1949, the life of the first U.S. Secretary of Defense, James Forrestal, came to a literal, crashing end when he plunged to his death from a window of the Bethesda, Maryland, National Naval Medical Center. Rumors abound that Forrestal’s classified, government work gave him unique access to the U.S. Government’s most guarded UFO secrets of all – secrets that Forrestal was intent on disclosing to the world, had his untimely and suspicious death not got in the way.

Four years down the line, in November 1953, no less than six pilots lost their lives or vanished into oblivion as a result of their UFO pursuits. Karl Hunrath and Wilbur Wilkinson were two men obsessed by UFOs and who mysteriously disappeared on November 10. Claiming to be in contact with human-like aliens, they took to the skies of California to meet with their extraterrestrial friends – never to be seen again. In less than two weeks later, four more pilots were gone: this time they were U.S. military pilots, each and every one involved in UFO incidents in the Great Lakes area.
In 1959, one of the most controversial of all UFO-related deaths occurred: that of flying saucer investigator and author Morris K. Jessup. While the official story is that Jessup’s death was suicide (he was found dead in his car in a Florida park), there are solid grounds for believing that it was far more than that – nothing less than a case of full-blown murder. The reason: to keep Jessup away from certain UFO secrets that powerful players wanted kept hidden.
Without doubt the most sensational story that suggests a link between a suspicious death and flying saucers is that of President John F. Kennedy, who was assassinated on November 22, 1963 at Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas. As incredible as it may sound, the JFK killing is absolutely littered with spies, spooks and secret agents who were deeply linked to the UFO phenomenon. Was the president shot to prevent him from going public about what he knew of alien visitations? Don’t bet against it.
In the late 1960s, and even more so in the mid to late 1970s, numerous farmers across the United States reported that their cattle were being mutilated in horrific fashion: organs, blood and tissue were removed by unknown entities. Strange lights were seen in the sky. UFO encounters abounded. But, it may not just have been animals that were mutilated. There are more than a few reports on record of human mutilations – from the 1970s onwards and all just about as grisly as their cattle-based counterparts. Are we being used as food by hostile and malevolent aliens?
Eerily paralleling the November 1953 affair of Karl Hunrath and Wilbur Wilkinson, in October 1978 a young Australian pilot named Frederick Valentich disappeared over Australia’s Bass Strait. That Valentich vanished shortly after seeing a UFO at extremely close quarters has given rise to the theory that he was the victim of nothing less than a cosmic kidnapping.

Moving on, from the early part of the 1980s to the 1990s, dozens of scientists working for GEC-Marconi, in the United Kingdom, died under very dubious circumstances. Many were linked to President Ronald Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI), which was known far more famously by its nickname: “Star Wars.” That SDI was alleged to have been created to deal with a possible attack by hostile aliens led to an astonishing hypothesis: the Marconi scientists were murdered by extraterrestrials, utilizing advanced mind-control technology, to prevent the SDI project from coming to fruition.
Then there is the 1999 death of UFO/conspiracy author/researcher Jim Keith, who penned such books as Black Helicopters over America; Casebook on the Men in Black; and Saucers of the Illuminati. Was Keith’s death really just a tragic accident? Or did dark and manipulative forces conspire to have Keith taken out of circulation?
Collectively, the above accounts and reports are just the beginning of a long list of untimely deaths in the field of Ufology. Indeed, the number of people involved in research of the UFO variety, and who have died under mysterious circumstances, is now in the dozens.
There is something so secret, so shocking, and so terrifying about the flying saucer phenomenon that it requires the permanent silencing of those that get too close to the truth. And if you are someone who scans the skies for alien spaceships, you just might be next on someone’s hit list…

Spacing Out! Ep. 75 & 76 - UFO hovers over an iceberg / Homeland Security UFO video

Published on 30 May 2014
A UFO video shows an object hovering over an iceberg in Canada. That and other space and UFO news on this episode of Spacing Out!

Published on 6 Jun 2014
An infrared video from a Homeland Security helicopter shows a UFO over Puerto Rico. That and other space and UFO news on this episode of Spacing Out!

NASA Plans for First Contact with an Alien Civilization

By Tom Head

Earlier this month, NASA published an anthology titled Archaeology, Anthropology, and Interstellar Communication (SP-2013-4413). If you find yourself thinking “hey, that sounds like a scholarly anthology dealing with the cultural implications of alien contact,” you’re absolutely right. And it’s amazing. I’ll be writing more specifically (and critically) about some of the theories it describes in the weeks ahead, because it asks some questions that don’t lend themselves to easy answers.

The anthology couldn’t have been published as a direct response to Gabriel G. de la Torre’s recent paper on first contact, but it reads like one; the timing is pretty serendipitous, as it constitutes exactly the kind of rigorously scientific, but interdisciplinary and provocative, conversation that Torre asked for. As the volume editor Douglas A. Vakoch explains:
Addressing a field that has been dominated by astronomers, physicists, engineers, and computer scientists, the contributors to this volume raise questions that may have been overlooked by physical scientists about the ease of establishing meaningful communication with extraterrestrial intelligence. These scholars are grappling with some of the enormous challenges that will face humanity if an information-rich signal emanating from another world is detected. By drawing on issues at the core of contemporary archaeology and anthropology, we can be much better prepared for contact with an extraterrestrial civilization, should that day ever come.
It doesn’t completely resolve the conversation we need to have about communication with extraterrestrial civilizations—but it’s a definitive contribution to the field, and it starts some conversations that we would be very well served to have.