Published: 2:15 PM 12/24/2015
pictures have sparked a furious debate...
Richard O’Connor, an anesthesiologist, believes he may have obtained proof of UFOs after his cameras snapped photos of two mysterious objects flying in the sky over his home in Clancy, Montana, on November 4, 2015, according to a report by the Great Falls Tribune.
O’Connor had installed two cameras pointed at the sky about 30 feet off the ground. And after about two years, the cameras captured objects in the sky that O’Connor believes are UFOs.
According to O’Connor, the photos appear to show a “light source. In my opinion, even a hardened skeptic would say ‘Wow, that is what I expect a UFO would look like.'”
O’Connor’s UFO pictures have sparked a furious debate in the online UFO community. In an effort to solve the mystery, O’Connor has sent the images to photo analysts so they can give their opinion about what his cameras captured in the skies over his home in Clancy, Montana.
O’Connor worked as an anesthesiologist at St. Peter’s Hospital in Helena before he retired. He explains that his fascination with UFOs sprang from 25 years of friendship with a medical colleague Jesse Marcel Jr., also a Helena doctor.
Marcel Jr. is known in the UFO community for his testimony about his July 1947 Roswell, New Mexico, UFO experience.
Marcel’s father, Major Jesse Marcel (see video below), was sent by his military superiors to investigate the famous UFO crash at a ranch near the Roswell Army Air Field. Major Marcel reportedly took some of the wreckage home to show his son.
Dr. Jesse Marcel Jr. was a 10-year-old boy in 1947 when his father brought the wreckage from the Roswell UFO crash home and allowed him to see and touch it.