Category Archives: MUFON


NJ witness stops 40 feet from hovering triangle UFO

by Roger Marsh on February 26, 2016


A New Jersey witness at Jobstown reported an encounter with a hovering, triangle-shaped UFO sitting just above the tree line near a military base, according to testimony in Case 74437 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The witness was driving home from a nearby campus at 8:30 p.m. on February 12, 2016, traveling along a back road above five miles from a military base.

“In the sky I saw three bright lights to my left, overtop of the trees that line the side of the road next to a farm,” the witness stated.“I approached going about 45 mph. I thought it was weird how low that plane seemed to be, but I thought somehow it must be off in the distance. I realized this couldn’t be because the three lights were too large.”

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Special Report: Six Iowa Triangle UFOs

by Roger Marsh on February 25, 2016


Triangle UFOs continue as one of the most-reported UFO shapes as filed with the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database. A scan of the past six months – August 1, 2015 – January 31, 2016, shows 450 triangle reports worldwide.

Reviewing only those cases closed by investigators and then only those closed as an unknown, the worldwide number narrows to 99. And 84 of those cases were U.S.

Now looking at just the U.S. 84 cases – they were filed from 32 states ranging from 1 to 8 cases per state. The totals were typical where more cases were reported from the higher-populated states. So Texas has 8 of those cases; Missouri, California and Ohio each have 7 cases; and Pennsylvania had 6 cases.

But one state stood out from the list – Iowa with 5 cases.

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Rectangle UFO hovers 500 feet over Wisconsin highway

by Roger Marsh on February 24, 2016


A Wisconsin witness at Verona reported watching a “hovering black object” about 500 feet off of the ground in a rectangular shape, according to testimony in Case 74442 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The witness was driving to work at 5:44 a.m. on February 11, 2016, when the object was first observed hovering at about 500 feet.

“I pulled over since I noticed that the object was not moving,” the witness stated.“I noticed the object since it had four red lights on each corner and a blinking white light in the center.”

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‘UFO Diary’ film depicts WWII LA alien invasion

Writer-Director Jason Apuzzo released the campy “UFO Diary” short film February 22, 2016, where the historical 1942 UFO story called the Battle of LA is the backdrop. This fast-paced short follows two women Army Corps officers at the right place at the right time with the right film equipment. 

The film is a lot of fun. Nicely cast. Fast-forward design. On-the-scene shooting style. Award-winning alien ship graphics. Got to love the dialogue. Very cool alien gun. Watch it here or follow the link. The following is their press release:

The epic WWII sci-fi short film UFO DIARY premieres on VimeoMonday, Feb. 22nd, 2016, in advance of the anniversary of the Great Los Angeles Air Raid.  Highly anticipated, UFO DIARY is the first sci-fi film depicting the Feb. 25th, 1942 air raid – one of the most famous UFO incidents in history.  Featuring stunning VFX by artists from ILM and Weta Digital, UFO DIARY brings a historical controversy to life, and was recently featured in American Cinematographer.

 In UFO DIARY, two Women’s Army Corps officers in the early days of WWII fight off an alien invasion of Los Angeles, becoming the unlikely heroines of one of the most famous UFO incidents in history. 

BACKGROUND: Directed by Folio Eddie Award-winner Jason Apuzzo and edited by Emmy Award-winner Mitch Danton, UFO DIARYrecreates WWII’s Great LA Air Raid – when wartime Los Angeles flew into a panic as an ominous, saucer-like object flew over the city, touching off a massive anti-aircraft barrage. Despite the intense barrage, no aircraft wreckage was recovered – inspiring America’s first major UFO controversy, a full five years before Roswell.

UFO DIARY also takes a timely look at women in the military.  The film stars Govindini Murty and Rachel Newell as two Women’s Army Corps officers who defy gender stereotypes to fight for their country during WWII.  With the U.S. Armed Forces recently opening all combat positions to females, UFO DIARY’s message of women’s empowerment in the Army is more timely now than ever. 

UFO DIARY features cutting-edge VFX by artists Kiel Figgins (Avengers: Age of Ultron), Sean Dollins (Prometheus), Rini Sugianto (The Hobbit), Antony Vannapho (The Twilight Saga), and other talented artists.  

Writer-Director Jason Apuzzo is a USC Cinema School graduate, who was mentored by director Irvin Kershner (The Empire Strikes Back). Jason is also a Folio Eddie Award-winning writer whose work has been published in American Cinematographer, The Atlantic, and The Huffington Post. 

Producer-Actress Govindini Murty is committed to creating women-led sci-fi. Her writing on film has been published in The Atlantic, The Huffington Post, and other sites. Govindini has appeared on ABC (as co-host of At the Movies), AMC, CNN, MSNBC, the BBC, and many international networks. 

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Indiana UFO witness asks: What would Fox Mulder do?

by Roger Marsh on February 12, 2016


An Indiana witness at Fort Wayne wondered what Fox Mulder would do on the “X-Files” while watching a black triangle UFO that moved close to a busy highway and hovered, according to testimony in Case 74099 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The witness was southbound along U.S. Highway 27 at 8:05 p.m. on April 4, 2015, when the incident occurred.

“The sun had just set not that long before the sighting happened,” the witness stated. “I first saw a solid light in the sky descending. My first thought was that it was a plane landing since there is an airport not but five miles away from the highway.”

The witness continued to watch the light, but noticed it shifted its course away from the airport.

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Indiana UFO hovers and moves to ground level

Roger Marsh on February 11, 2016


An Indiana witness at Greencastle reported a hovering, glowing sphere along Interstate 70 that appeared to move toward the ground level, according to testimony in Case 74094 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The witness was driving to work about 7:05 a.m. on January 25, 2016, along eastbound Interstate 70 near the Greencastle exit when a light in the sky was first seen and thought to be attached to an antenna.

“I then realized the light I could see was not flashing like the ones on those antennas,” the witness stated.“The object was hovering in place.”

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CubeSat for Disclosure: Innovative Move in Ufological Research


by Cassidy Nicholas

Witness testimony, video and photographic evidence, and site research are the core of Ufological research.  Civilians from all demographics spend their lifetime attempting to break the UFO enigma.  Recently a cutting-edge step in scientific research has been taken by a team of individuals that simply thought… Why aren’t we studying this from space?
The CubeSat for disclosure Team, compiled of civilians from across the world are setting out with a goal to bring Ufological investigation to a new level.

This week I sat down and discussed the CubeSat mission with Dave Cote and David Shock.  Cote, who initiated the project, felt that with the amount of high caliber witnesses and data out there, it was ridiculous that Ufology was still a laughable subject. He has set out to change that.

Aligning himself with David Shock, a man well versed in satellite usage for the purposes of UFO research and an impressive team, the project is beginning to take flight, literally. The team, consists of seven individuals; Project Manager Dave Cote, a software Engineer; Project Coordinator David Shock; Optimization Specialist Matthew Lippert, an Electronics and Software Engineer; Design Consultant Gianna Young; Press Relations consultant Mark Richfield; Consultant Pat Regan, and Nathalie Savoie, Administration.

​With the recent technological advancements, small satellites called “CubeSats” are being sent into orbit, and at an attainable cost.  The CubeSat for Disclosure team has constructed a small satellite with an impressive tool belt.  Including but limited to; two parabolic lens full spectrum cameras and infrared, electromagnetic and radiation sensors giving them the capability to not only verify the incoming visual data, but correlate it with other environmental fluxes as well.

Once the team achieves the launch, which they are planning for 2016, the CubeSat will be in low Earth orbit for up to three months before burning up upon re-entry. When speaking with Cote and Shock, they are hopeful for two different launch areas, and are currently taking steps to achieve a location.

The team is hopeful for a successful first launch and holds plans for this to not be a solo mission but the beginning of a new age of research made possible by  enhancements in technology and a few innovative minds.  
When sitting down with Cote and Shock, they stressed that this is a civilian mission and more help will be needed.  They are currently searching out licensed Ham Radio operators to globally network and aid in collection of live data from the CubeSat. If you are a licensed Ham Radio operator and would like to find out more about the project, please contact Dave Shock directly, either through the Kickstarter campaign, or at

The team has already raised $16,000 towards a goal of nearly $50,000 to provide a successful launch.  All monies gained go directly into the non-profit and the team has turned to crowdsourcing the project on Kickstarter.  Please see their Kickstarter campaign to learn more about their mission, and drive for disclosure. When interviewing these men, I was absolutely refreshed with their passion for the project and their drive to finally create an open network of information exchange and truth finding.

MUFON’s Director of Research Robert Powell spoke to the team in great length. MUFON supports their efforts and wishes them the best success. Their Kickstarter Campaign can be found at

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UFO spotted low over Alaskan harbor area

by Roger Marsh on February 8, 2016


An Alaskan witness at Old Harbor reported watching a UFO gliding and hovering around the boat harbor area beginning about 8:15 p.m. on January 14, 2016, according to testimony in Case 74166 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The reporting witness and her daughter both made statements on what they saw. The reporting witness was driving to the local gym to pick up her daughter and two friends at 8:15 p.m.

“As I rounded the corner by the culvert I thought I saw a shooting star off to my right, towards the hillside,” the witness stated. “As I got to the store/boat harbor area, I realized it was three blinking lights close together. I thought maybe it was a remote control airplane or a drone because it was really dark out, too late for planes to fly and too close to the hillside.”

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Georgia witness recalls up-close look at triangle UFO

by Roger Marsh on February 5, 2016


​A Georgia witness at Dawsonville recalled a UFO encounter from February 2000 involving a triangle-shaped craft that made no sound, according to testimony in Case 73453 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The reporting witness and a friend were traveling home on February 16, 2000, southbound along Highway 400 when they noticed a blue-green light in the distance.

“We continually watched the light because of the color,” the witness stated.“As we got near the outlet mall, the light became four distinct bluish-green lights in a horizontal line. I thought it was a communication tower because it did not move.”

But as the witness approached Highway 53 where it crossed Highway 400, he could see that the lights were too high to be a communication tower. 

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