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Daily UFO Headlines 8/7/2017

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Chase Kloetzke – Investigating the “Starchild Skull” – July 17, 2017

chase_kloetzke-hsOpen Minds UFO Radio: Chase Kloetzke is a former Master Trainer/Master Instructor with the Department of Defense, and has an accreditation in Bio-Mechanical Engineering. Among other things, she trained Force Readiness and Elite Force Protection. She has now brought these skills to UFO research. Chase joined the Mutual UFO Network in 1996. She has served as the STAR Team Director and Deputy Director of Investigations. She now leads the Special Assignment Team (SAT). They respond to reports that need specific and thorough attention. She also aides in International UFO investigations in Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico and Central America.

The focus of this interview is another interesting area of research Chase participates in. Chase has been investigating strange skulls that some believe may be of extraterrestrial origins. Her most thorough investigation has been of what is known as “The Starchild Skull.” Along with her research partners, she has released a full report on her findings. She has also investigated elongated skulls from Peru and her team has made some fascinating discoveries.

For more information about Chase, visit: ChaseKloetzke.com

For more information about Chase’s investigations, visit: thefieldreportscom.wordpress.com

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Daily UFO Headlines 5/25/2017

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Witness describes helicopter chasing ball of light

A Kansas witness at Lawrence reported watching a military helicopter apparently chasing an orange ball of light moving overhead under 1,000 feet, according to testimony in Case 83535 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The witness went outside upon hearing a low flying helicopter on May 4, 2017. Pictured: Lawrence, Kansas. (Credit: Google)

The witness went outside upon hearing a low flying helicopter on May 4, 2017. Pictured: Lawrence, Kansas. (Credit: Google)

The witness was inside an apartment watching television when the sound of a helicopter was heard at 11:15 p.m. on May 4, 2017.

“It sounded very low and powerful, so I figured it had to be military, and I, being a total nerd, had to run out to the parking lot to get a look,” the witness stated.“By the time I was out my door and in the parking lot, I had just enough time to watch a small, orange ball of light being chased by what I assume to be a Blackhawk helicopter (because of size and sound) disappear behind the rooftops of the buildings east of me.”

This struck the witness as bizarre.

“I saw something similar some months ago in the same general area – the skies south of Lawrence. I live on the south side of town, not far from Baker Wetlands.”

The witness saw a military helicopter apparently chasing an orange ball of light. Pictured: Lawrence, Kansas. (Credit: Google)

The witness saw a military helicopter apparently chasing an orange ball of light. Pictured: Lawrence, Kansas. (Credit: Google)

The witness described the event.

“The light was small and orange in color and was about 50-100 yards ahead of the helicopter. It made no erratic movements, but was travelling at a fair clip as the helicopter was tracking it at almost the exact speed and it was moving pretty quickly.”

The witness does not believe the orange light could have been a sky lantern.

“I have my doubts that this could’ve been a paper lantern – though the color and intensity of the light were similar to one – and the distance ahead of the helicopter rules out a refueling boom. I’d give the altitude of the two objects to be between 500-1,000 feet AGL and the speed of both to be about 100 knots at the time I saw them.”

The witness noted there was one other object in the sky.

Both objects were flying under 1,000 feet. Pictured: Lawrence, Kansas. (Credit: Google)

Both objects were flying under 1,000 feet. Pictured: Lawrence, Kansas. (Credit: Google)

“I saw another object in the sky in the general area at the same time, though it may not have been connected. This object seemed to be an aircraft judging by the red and white lights it had on it, but it hovered in place for a moment until the lights slowly faded out with no apparent change in location. The direction I was looking toward would be about a straight line to KCI, so I wasn’t immediately suspicious, but – having seen plenty of air traffic heading to and from KCI on that flight path – this didn’t look like anything I’d seen before – and no landing lights. I mention this because it was odd and because the previous sighting of a few months earlier of the same kind of event had two helicopters chasing the light instead of just one. Maybe this was the second.”

Lawrence is the sixth largest city in the state of Kansas and the county seat of Douglas County, Kansas, population 87,643. Kansas MUFON State Director Stan Seba is investigating. No photos or videos were included with the report which was filed on May 5, 2017. Please remember that most UFO sightings can be explained as something natural or man-made. The above quotes were edited for clarity. Please report UFO activity to MUFON.com.

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Anonymous donor saves Shag Harbour UFO incident’s 50th anniversary event

Earlier this week, a newspaper in Shelburne County, Nova Scotia reported that an event planned to celebrate the 50th anniversary of one of Canada’s most famous UFO incidents was in jeopardy due to funding. The event is being organized by the Shag Harbour UFO Incident Society (SHUFOIS), who had hoped to secure a grant offered by Canada’s Department of Communities, Culture & Heritage. Unfortunately, they were not approved for the grant, putting the event’s future in question. However, according to SHUFOIS, an anonymous donor has come forward to fund the event, and the festivities are now back on.

The Shag Harbour Incident Society Museum. (Credit: Shag Harbour Incident Society)

The Shag Harbour Incident Society Museum. (Credit: Shag Harbour Incident Society)

Shag Harbour is a small fishing village with around 500 residents. Their claim to fame is a UFO incident that occurred on October 4, 1967.

A website setup by the Canadian Library and Archives describes the UFO event:

Shag Harbour, Nova Scotia

October 4, 1967

On the night of October 4, 1967, officers of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and six civilians witnessed an incredible, yet unexplainable, sight. Earlier in the evening, the RCMP had received many phone calls from residents reporting that an airplane had crashed into Shag Harbour. Both the RCMP and locals had rushed to the shore of the harbour, but what they encountered there was far from a conventional aircraft.

Witnesses reported seeing an object 60 feet in length moving in an easterly direction before it descended rapidly into the water, making a bright splash on impact. A single white light appeared on the surface of the water for a short period of time. The RCMP, with help from local fishermen and their boats, endeavoured to reach the object before it sank completely.

Local fishermen remember travelling through thick, glittery, yellow foam to get to where they saw the object. Bubbles from underneath the surface of the water appeared around the boats. The crews attempted to search the area for evidence of survivors, but found no one.

The Department of National Defence (DND) conducted an underwater search of the area, but failed to locate any evidence of an object.

The crashing of the unidentified flying object into Shag Harbour is still discussed today, with many articles appearing on the Internet. There is no trace of the RCMP reports of this sighting in the files. The Department of National Defence has identified this sighting as unsolved, and the only documentation that exists in the files is a DND memo.

Related documents:

Department of National Defence Memo

Canadian UFO report linked to in the Shag Harbour UFO Incident summary. (Credit: Canada Library and Archives)

Canadian UFO report linked to in the Shag Harbour UFO Incident summary. (Credit: Canada Library and Archives)

The incident is famous in UFO circles, and often referred to as Canada’s Roswell. However, SHUFOIS members say they have not received the support they feel they deserve.

Brock Zinck, vice-president of SHUFOIS , told the Shelburne County Coast Guard, “We can’t get a lot of love here in Shag Harbour; they won’t even give us a (Highway 103) sign.”

“Maybe the government doesn’t want to know we are there,” Zinck added.

Inside the Shag Harbour Incident Society Museum. (Credit: Shag Harbour Incident Society)

Inside the Shag Harbour Incident Society Museum. (Credit: Shag Harbour Incident Society)

Their hearts were further broken when they were denied the grant.

“We were really counting on the grant…we were excited,” Zinck said.  “It does throw a wrench in our preparations. We had big plans to take it to the next level.”

However, in a press release OpenMinds.tv received this morning, Zinck writes: “We are back on track to make this the most epic Shag Harbour UFO Incident Festival ever. It’s going to be outta this world!”

Zinck says that a civilian, who is involved with the study of UFOs and “related phenomenon,” read about the lack of funding and, as Zinck puts it, “to our complete shock, offered a significant donation.”

Gazebo and sign outside of the Shag Harbour UFO Incident museum. (Credit: DiscoverShelburneCounty.com)

Gazebo and sign outside of the Shag Harbour UFO Incident museum. (Credit: DiscoverShelburneCounty.com)

Zinck says the donor wished to remain anonymous, but did provide a public statement.

Although there is much I can’t reveal, without any hesitation I can say the Canadian Government (and the International Community it answers to) appears to be concealing what happened in and around the waters of Shag Harbour, Canada on Oct 4th, 1967. People with the connections, notoriety, and finances are working hard to challenge how we view the world around us. Shag Harbour is one of the smoking guns that will be used to achieve this.

Mysterious, to say the least.

The weeklong festival will be held September 29 to October 1 later this year. There will also be an event on October 4, marking the actual anniversary of the event.

You can find out more about the festival at www.ShagHarbourIncident.com.

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Lee Speigel – Exoplanets and the Search for Extraterrestrial Life – May 15, 2017

Lee-Speigel-hsOpen Minds UFO Radio: Writer, reporter, and paranormal expert Lee Speigel is the former host of NBC Radio’s “The Edge of Reality.” He produced and hosted nearly 1,500 programs on unexplained phenomena over an eight-year period at NBC Radio, and previously worked at Westwood One Radio and ABCNews.com. He is the only person in history to produce, in 1978, a major presentation at the United Nations on the subject of UFOs. He is now a writer and editor at HuffPost.

In this episode, we explore the mysteries of space and the potential for extraterrestrial life. Lee has written several stories lately on these topics, so we review these stories and the possibility that we are on the cusp of the scientific discovery of life not of this earth.

For more about Lee, visit his page on HuffPost.

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Texans report mysterious ‘big boom’ with no conclusion

A Texas witness at Lake Jackson reported a loud rumbling sound “like thunder” that shook the house and was followed by an unusual whining sound, according to testimony in Case 80863 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The witness recounted what happened about midnight on December 6, 2016.

“We have a mystery, locally,” the witness stated.“About 12 midnight, many people felt/heard a boom and shaking. Some people reported that it was followed by a high-pitched whine. The area that seems to have gotten the worst effects was Lake Jackson, about 12 miles from us. Some people as far as Alvin (about 35 miles away northeast), and Brazos Bend State Park, (about 30 miles north) said they had experienced it also.”

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‘The Facts’ newspaper covered the story. (Credit: The Facts)

The witness has been hearing from more and more people who had the same experience.

“More recently, someone said that it had been reported as far away as Cypress, (80 miles north), and Porter, TX, (81 miles northeast), although those are unsubstantiated and single reports, as opposed to the hundreds of people who have been blowing up local Facebook threads. Police have checked all local chemical plants, all possible companies that place explosions to map geologic stuff – nothing. No natural gas explosions in residential areas. No major fires. Our only local paper has a thread going on their website; no news of what might have caused it. One of the Houston news channels sent a reporter, and it was treated about as credibly as a Santa sighting. (country hicks imagined feeling stuff).”

The witness believes that the incident is being treated as a mass delusion.

“Hundreds of people in the area, especially in Lake Jackson, felt their houses shake, and heard a loud rumble like thunder, although skies were clear. A friend in Detroit, TX, about 350 miles north, read my post on Facebook, and said that at about 11:30 a.m. she had heard a loud and odd rumble of thunder, and even brought it to her husband’s attention. They, also, were under clear skies.”

At least 100 witnesses at or near Lake Jackson, TX, heard a mysterious boom sound that shook homes on December 6, 2016. (Credit: Google)

At least 100 witnesses at or near Lake Jackson, TX, heard a mysterious boom sound that shook homes on December 6, 2016. (Credit: Google)

Texas MUFON State Section Director Charles Stansburge investigated this case and closed it as an Unknown.

“To really get some information about what happened, I made it my duty to go to Lake Jackson and find out what I could,” Stansburge wrote in his report. “I contacted the Clute Police Department and the dispatcher said that she did not hear the boom because she was out of town. I did contact a couple of other officers and three of them that I had talked to claim they may have heard it, but they had no idea what it was and they also said that they made phone calls and to all the big companies such as BASF Corporation, Dow Chemical Company, OLIN, Phillips 66 and Chevron Phillips in the area.

“I contacted Lake Jackson Police Department and one of the officers that was there brought me into the room and we talked about what took place. I asked him if he heard the noise, and he said no, but that we did get a lot of reports coming in from people saying that their houses were even shaking because of the boom.  I asked him if he knows how many that had reported it and he stated about 75 that he knew of.”

The investigator also polled people in the street – and found an additional approximately 40 new witnesses. He also described the immediate area.

“The location is one big city, Lake Jackson, with a couple other smaller towns around it.  There are railroad tracks, lots of housing and businesses, police departments, sheriff’s office, schools and multiple plants such as Dow Chemical, Phillips 66 and Chevron Phillips and others. Also a few lakes and they are not far from the Gulf of Mexico.”

The reporting witness is from Lake Jackson, TX. (Credit: Google)

The reporting witness is from Lake Jackson, TX. (Credit: Google)

The investigator filed case conclusions.

“There is no real evidence of anything other than a big boom. From here I went ahead and got the phone numbers of the different plants and made a phone call and asked them what they thought it might be or if they had any problems with their planet. Every one of them said that they had no explosions and no problems with anything. They all also said that they kept the plants operational and did some investigation on their own throughout the plants and found nothing.

“I also contacted the National Weather Service and asked them about the atmosphere if that was a boom from an exploding meteorite or was it something else. They claim that they have no idea what it was other than maybe a possible meteorite in the atmosphere and it exploded, but they claim they have no information of that from anywhere. I also talked to them about any earthquakes and they claim no earthquakes anywhere around the area or even in the state or surrounding states and they are just as baffled about it as anyone.

“The others I have contacted said that other people have told them about different cities. One of those was Katie, Texas, and the police department claims they had no reports about any kind of a boom. Sugarland Police Department also claims no calls from anybody and claimed not to hear any kind of big boom.  I called the Sheriff’s Office and asked about any calls of this big boom and they sent me to records and the person in records claims they had calls from citizens but she did not hear herself being inside the building.  I also contacted Rosenberg Police Department and I talked to dispatch and they don’t remember having anybody call in and I asked for records and she said they were closed right now – but you can call back on Monday. I called back on Monday and records claims there were people that had called in about the boom.

“I also contacted Alvin P D, Ellington Field, Harris County Sheriff’s Office, Huston Police Department, and these were the ones that claim no calls. The city of Brazoria claim they had a few people call in. Also the Brazos Bend State Park also had people that were out in the park and Rangers as well that had heard the big boom.

“I contacted the Clute newspaper which is called The Facts and they went ahead and gave me a copy of the paper with the article in it.

“At the time of the big boom, which was on the 6th of December, I was sitting at my computer at about 12 to 12:15 and heard a big bang and couldn’t figure it out. I even went outside to check. I did not see any smoke anywhere and had no idea what it was.

“No other cases of the big boom have been reported to our database.

“The case is completed as an Unknown with at least 100 or more people witnessing hearing this big boom with some homes shaking. As far as my conclusion is, that I don’t know what it is or what was it could have been, perhaps an atmospheric explosion of a meteorite, but nobody knows what it was.”

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NC witness describes triangle UFO under 500 feet

A North Carolina witness at Elizabeth City reported watching a triangle UFO hover under 500 feet over his vehicle, according to testimony in Case 81565 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The reporting witness was a passenger in his mother’s vehicle on January 11, 2017, as they were driving into town for a birthday dinner.

The witness was first drawn to the craft because it had unusually bright lights. Pictured: Elizabeth City, NC. (Credit: Google)

The witness was first drawn to the craft because it had unusually bright lights. Pictured: Elizabeth City, NC. (Credit: Google)

“On our way to town, I happen to notice what I thought at first was maybe a helicopter or aircraft,” the witness stated. “But it had unusually bright, white lights, with what appeared to be red/green flashing lights, kind of like a normal aircraft might have. Didn’t think too much of it at the time, but kept kind of looking towards it, as it moved slowly.”

As their vehicle moved along, the witness kept watch of the unusual object.

“It arrived at the edge of town, just about the time we did, and was hovering low, over trees and houses. About the time we turned to head towards town, its flight path was heading right for us, so I was like, okay, I’ll see what it was for sure now, cause it’s about to be right over our heads.”

The object eventually moved toward the witness and hovered over his vehicle. Pictured: Elizabeth City, NC. (Credit: Google)

The object eventually moved toward the witness and hovered over his vehicle. Pictured: Elizabeth City, NC. (Credit: Google)

The witness continued to watch the object.

“So I look out the window as it slowly hovered overhead and was dumbfounded by what I saw. It was a triangular-shaped craft, unlike anything I have ever seen before. Three bright, white lights at the corners of the craft. Red lights towards the center. And orange lighting in various places. It seemed to have orange lit, engine-like vents towards the back end of the craft. It seemed to be dark gray in color, but the whole thing had this translucent blueish aura about it.”

The witness described his encounter as brief, but life changing.

“I’ve never seen anything with this level of tech. You could just feel how powerful this thing was. I’m a bit of sci fi fan, and have kind of somewhat believe the possibility of stuff like this existing. The crazy part is, the thing was still in the area on our way home, an hour or so later. Though it didn’t come close to us again. But seriously, it just made everything I’ve ever seen, including fantasy, just pale in comparison. I’ve actually been kind of scared to drive or even go out at night since seeing it. It’s really kind of shaken me up. My mother was driving, so she never got a close look at it like I did, unfortunately. And no pictures either. I honestly was so amazed and shocked, I didn’t even think to try.”

An hour after the original event, the witness was still able to see the object, but further away. Pictured: Elizabeth City, NC. (Credit: Google)

An hour after the original event, the witness was still able to see the object, but further away. Pictured: Elizabeth City, NC. (Credit: Google)

Elizabeth City is a city in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, population 18,047. North Carolina MUFON Field Investigator Sanford Davis investigated this case and closed it as an Unknown. Please remember that most UFO sightings can be explained as something natural or man-made. The above quotes were edited for clarity. Please report UFO activity to MUFON.com.

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NC witness describes triangle UFO under 500 feet

A North Carolina witness at Elizabeth City reported watching a triangle UFO hover under 500 feet over his vehicle, according to testimony in Case 81565 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The reporting witness was a passenger in his mother’s vehicle on January 11, 2017, as they were driving into town for a birthday dinner.

The witness was first drawn to the craft because it had unusually bright lights. Pictured: Elizabeth City, NC. (Credit: Google)

The witness was first drawn to the craft because it had unusually bright lights. Pictured: Elizabeth City, NC. (Credit: Google)

“On our way to town, I happen to notice what I thought at first was maybe a helicopter or aircraft,” the witness stated. “But it had unusually bright, white lights, with what appeared to be red/green flashing lights, kind of like a normal aircraft might have. Didn’t think too much of it at the time, but kept kind of looking towards it, as it moved slowly.”

As their vehicle moved along, the witness kept watch of the unusual object.

“It arrived at the edge of town, just about the time we did, and was hovering low, over trees and houses. About the time we turned to head towards town, its flight path was heading right for us, so I was like, okay, I’ll see what it was for sure now, cause it’s about to be right over our heads.”

The object eventually moved toward the witness and hovered over his vehicle. Pictured: Elizabeth City, NC. (Credit: Google)

The object eventually moved toward the witness and hovered over his vehicle. Pictured: Elizabeth City, NC. (Credit: Google)

The witness continued to watch the object.

“So I look out the window as it slowly hovered overhead and was dumbfounded by what I saw. It was a triangular-shaped craft, unlike anything I have ever seen before. Three bright, white lights at the corners of the craft. Red lights towards the center. And orange lighting in various places. It seemed to have orange lit, engine-like vents towards the back end of the craft. It seemed to be dark gray in color, but the whole thing had this translucent blueish aura about it.”

The witness described his encounter as brief, but life changing.

“I’ve never seen anything with this level of tech. You could just feel how powerful this thing was. I’m a bit of sci fi fan, and have kind of somewhat believe the possibility of stuff like this existing. The crazy part is, the thing was still in the area on our way home, an hour or so later. Though it didn’t come close to us again. But seriously, it just made everything I’ve ever seen, including fantasy, just pale in comparison. I’ve actually been kind of scared to drive or even go out at night since seeing it. It’s really kind of shaken me up. My mother was driving, so she never got a close look at it like I did, unfortunately. And no pictures either. I honestly was so amazed and shocked, I didn’t even think to try.”

An hour after the original event, the witness was still able to see the object, but further away. Pictured: Elizabeth City, NC. (Credit: Google)

An hour after the original event, the witness was still able to see the object, but further away. Pictured: Elizabeth City, NC. (Credit: Google)

Elizabeth City is a city in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, population 18,047. North Carolina MUFON Field Investigator Sanford Davis investigated this case and closed it as an Unknown. Please remember that most UFO sightings can be explained as something natural or man-made. The above quotes were edited for clarity. Please report UFO activity to MUFON.com.

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Kentucky witness: UFO hovered over neighbor’s home

A Kentucky witness at Coxs Creek recalled a UFO incident from 2014 where a disc-shaped object was observed hovering over a neighbor’s home shortly after it appeared someone had entered his home late at night, according to testimony in Case 80839 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The reporting witness and his wife had just gone to bed about 10 p.m. on June 4, 2014, when the incident began.

The witness first heard the sound of someone entering his home late at night. Pictured: Coxs Creek, KY. (Credit: Google)

The witness first heard the sound of someone entering his home late at night. Pictured: Coxs Creek, KY. (Credit: Google)

“She was reading a book and I was watching television,” the witness stated. “The house was quiet. We live in a country type of area. The television was down low as not to disturb my wife. I heard our front door open (it makes a distinctive sound as the lower seal rubs the step plate). It had my attention, but I thought it was our son who has the only other key to our house.”

The witness then heard walking in the living room, but it sounded like more than one person.

“My wife looked at me and said, you know someone just came in the house, don’t you? So I answered, yes, I know. It has to be our son. He’s the only one with a key. And she says, what if it’s not? She was right, so I get out of bed, go to the closet and get my gun. We leave a small light on in the kitchen just to be able to see if someone is there, but they can’t see us well.”

When the witness stepped outside, he saw the disc-shaped object hovering over a neighbor’s home. Pictured: Coxs Creek, KY. (Credit: Google)

When the witness stepped outside, he saw the disc-shaped object hovering over a neighbor’s home. Pictured: Coxs Creek, KY. (Credit: Google)

The witness then moved through the house believing that it was his son making the sounds.

“I call out his name and say that I have a gun and not to be joking around, but no answer. So, I start going through each room turning on the lights as I go. I looked in every room. I even looked under beds and in closets because I know I heard someone enter our house. I found nothing. The front door was double locked. No windows open or unlocked.”

The witness then returned to his bedroom to tell his wife that nothing was found.

“She said, I heard someone. Are you sure? I said I heard someone too, but the door is locked and the house is safe. I told my wife that while I was up, I was going to go outside and smoke before going back to bed.”

The witness then took his gun and went out on the front porch.

“I usually sit on the steps and smoke, but I wanted to look around the house, in case someone was outside our home. Our garage is about 30 feet from our house,with a sidewalk joining them. So, I slowly walk toward the garage.”

The neighbor reported also hearing someone enter his home late at night. Pictured: Coxs Creek, KY. (Credit: Google)

The neighbor reported also hearing someone enter his home late at night. Pictured: Coxs Creek, KY. (Credit: Google)

The witness made it half way to the garage when he noticed lights at his neighbor’s house.

“Hovering above his house was a UFO. It was sitting still and it was glowing different colors. It was made of metal, but the lights were the most vivid beautiful colors I have seen. Glowing green, then red, then blue. I know my wife is terrified of these things because we see them quite often, and she remarks, I don’t want to see them. I’m the opposite. I want to put my hands on one and look it over. I want to talk to them and know what they know. I just hope they are friendly and don’t dissect me. I see UFOs a lot. And it’s worthless to tell someone without proof. They pat you on the head and say they believe you. So, Iwalked to the door and said, hey honey, can you come outhere for a minute? She said, yes, so I walked back out on the sidewalk and waited. I remember thinking, I hope she gets here quick because these things don’t stay still for very long.”

His wife came outside and asked what he wanted.

“I said, look at Louis’ house. She saw it. She knows what it was, too. She grabbed my arm and said, let’s get back in the house. I said, don’t be afraid,it’s over his house, not ours, and it’s not doing anything but hovering. She was still scared, so we went to the edge of the garage and just watched. We had a real nice 12-megapixel camera, but it quit working three days earlier. It was killing me to see it this close and not be able to film it.”

The two watched the object for about 15 minutes until it started moving.

“It went above the trees and slowly went out of sight. About a week later, I saw my neighbor and told him what we saw. He said, I know which night you mean. I was in bed asleep, but I’m a very light sleeper. I heard someone come in my house, so I reached under my pillow and got my 44 pistol. I just stayed in bed and pointed the gun towards the door. I could hear someone going through my silverware drawer, opening cabinet doors, and walking around. I just listened. After a few minutes, it got quiet. I got up, announced that I had a gun and started through the house. I found nothing or no one. My door was still locked. So at least I know what I heard coming in my house, but I never heard them leave by the door.”

Coxs Creek is an unincorporated community along U.S. Routes 31E/150 known locally as Louisville Road in Nelson County, Kentucky. Kentucky MUFON State Director Roberta Smith investigated and closed this case as an Unknown. Please remember that most UFO sightings can be explained as something natural or man-made. The above quotes were edited for clarity. Please report UFO activity to MUFON.com.

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