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UFO Casebook Magazine Issue 577, Issue date, 09-02-13

UFO: Alien Spacecraft Escort Comet in Space
UFO Depiction
Published: 12:35 PM 8/31/2013

POSTED BY: SCOTT WARING

Below is some footage of the comet ISON close up. This footage shows two cigar shaped UFOs orbiting the comet.

I believe these two UFOs are either hiding with the comet so they won’t be detected by other aliens or... even more likely, these UFOs are escorting... guiding the comet to an unknown destination so that the aliens could harvest the valuable minerals it contains.

This is the second video in recent days of this comet. The first one shows that the comet is actually three different parts, two long and one round. This new video confirms that its fact. Two videos... confirming the same thing. This is not coincidence.

Now for the scary part. This comet is supposed to pass so close to earth that you will be able to see it with a telescope. Are these UFOs guiding the comet to use it to impact the Earth? The comet is 5km or 3.1 miles across! Enough to do the job... an extinction event.

Look at it this way, when scientists finish an experiment that they used dog or monkeys in, when the experiment is finished, the destroy all the animals. In this way the experiment will not pollute other possible experiments.

If humanity is just an alien experiment then this is what we can expect one day.

Wiki states this about the comet: On its closest approach, C/2012 S1 will pass about 0.0724 AU (10,830,000 km; 6,730,000 mi) from Mars on 1 October 2013, and it will pass about 0.429 AU (64,200,000 km; 39,900,000 mi) from Earth on 26 December 2013.

Date of discovery: August 2013

Location of discovery: Comet ISON C/2012 S1

Date of discovery of comet: Sep 21, 2012

permanent link: http://www.ufocasebook.com/2013/cometison.html

source & references:

http://www.agoracosmopolitan.com/news/ufo_extraterrestrials/2013/08/31/6702.html

http://youtu.be/tazaW9C2O44

UFOs - Scientific Research - The Tulley Saucer Nest
UFO Depiction
Published: 12:32 PM 8/30/2013

An examination of aspects of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) from a scientific perspective.

Tully physical trace case 1966 - RAAF papers now digitized.

Thanks to the recent efforts by Melbourne researcher Paul Dean and I, we are now getting to the point where we have requested the National Archives of Australia to digitize every known UAP file held by them.

When finally complete in a little while, this will mean that close to 100 Australian Government UAP files are readily available for you to read, and more importantly, conduct research on their contents. Simply go to http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/SearchNRetrieve/Interface/SearchScreens/BasicSearch.aspx

And in the keyword box type in the words "flying saucers" or "Unusual Aerial Sightings" or "Unidentified Flying Objects" and follow the prompts to see the digital copies.

New file digitized:

Yet another previously known but undisguised UAP file has now been digitized. It is file series J63, control symbol 5/40/Air Part 1, titled "Reports on UFOs."

It originated with RAAF Base Townsville. It is a 227 page file, with a date range of 1957-1970, and contains numerous low interest lights in the sky type of report, but in places it has items of great interest to the researcher, such as:

1. A report by a RAAF pilot, who’s aircraft was sent to Millaa-Millaa in Queensland following reports of a UAP on 5 June 1961.

2. A report of a UAP by Detective Constable 1st Class Meskell, and others on 3 June 1965 in the Bowen/Proserpine area.

3. Observations of a UAP on 24 June 1965 from Daunia Station, near Nebo.

4. Numerous documents relating to the classic 19 January 1966 physical trace case near Tully. These papers include press clippings; internal RAAF minutes; local police papers, and a proforma completed by the witness himself, George Pedley. (Click here for a sample of the Internet based accounts of the event, but then take an opportunity to read the witness' own report form completed at the time.)

It is worth noting the short duration of the event, as I had always thought it was of several minutes duration; it was not.

5. A précis of an address given to the Ballarat Astronomical Society, by Mr. R G Roberts, Operational Research Officer, Department of Air, about the RAAF's take on UAP.

6. Papers relating to the finding, and examining by RAAF experts, of an "unidentified spherical object" on Inkerman Station.

All in all:

Quite an interesting file, and well worth your time taking a look at the digital copy.

permanent link: http://www.ufocasebook.com/2013/physicaltracecasetulley.html

source & references:

http://ufos-scientificresearch.blogspot.com/2013/08/tully-physical-trace-case-1966-raaf.html

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1957: Flying Saucer Found in Hollywood Hills
UFO Depiction
Published: 11:28 AM 8/30/2013

Posted By: Scott Harrison

Jan. 24, 1957: Los Angeles Times aviation writer Dewey Linze examines flying saucer found in the Hollywood Hills. Rumors of a flying saucer landing spurred importer Robert Balzer and actress Gloria Swanson – a UFO believer – to investigate.

Los Angeles Times writer Cecilia Rasmussen reported in a Dec. 17, 2000, story L.A. ‘Battle’ Launched a Golden Age of UFOs:

In January 1957, actress Gloria Swanson and a group of friends heard that a spaceship had landed in the Hollywood Hills. So, off they trekked through mud and dark of night to an area off Lakeridge Road. (History does not record what they had been consuming before they set out.)

In a shallow hole at the end of their hike, they found a 12-foot-diameter disk, which purportedly had knocked down a lamppost upon landing.

The cockpit seats were upholstered in coral Leatherette, and two electrical cords dangled to the wooden flooring.

Amazed by their find, they called The Times.

After a careful inspection, Times aviation writer Dewey Linze not only found that the “spacecraft” was lacking an engine and controls, but — after interviewing neighbors — learned that it was a prop that had been discarded after a documentary was filmed on the site.

This photo by former staff photographer Gordon Wallace was originally published in the Jan. 25, 1957, Los Angeles Times accompanying an article on the movie prop saucer. Wallace’s photo also was published with Rasmussen’s story in the Dec. 17, 2000, Los Angeles Times.

permanent link: http://www.ufocasebook.com/2013/saucerhollywoodhills.html

source & references:

http://framework.latimes.com/2013/08/30/flying-saucer-hollywood-hills/

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Alien Hunters Head for the Hill in New Event
UFO Depiction
Published: 5:37 AM 8/30/2013

Members of Birmingham UFO Group to meet in Great Malvern to hunt for alien craft.

They may not have to travel light years to get there, but a group of UFO hunters will be hoping to spot evidence of alien life in the skies above a Midlands beauty spot.

Members of Birmingham UFO Group will be setting up camp in the Malvern Hills on Saturday, September 14, and keeping their eyes firmly focused on the heavens above.

The area has a rich history of UFO sightings.

Members of the public have even uploaded amateur films of their alien encounters there on to YouTube.

The group will meet at the Foley Arms Hotel, in Great Malvern, for a drink before walking up to the location of the ‘sky watch.’

The meeting comes only months after The National Archives made public its final files of Close Encounters reported to the MoD UFO desk. The report covered the period 2007 to 2009.

The desk, swamped by sightings but no closer to proving there’s life on other planets, was disbanded four years ago.

Dry David Clarke, author of the book The UFO Files, said: “These files spell out clearly why the MoD decided – after 60 years – it no longer needed to keep tabs on sightings, even those made by ‘credible’ people such as police officers and pilots.”

The Malvern Hills event has been opened to non-members.

Call Birmingham UFO Group chairman and investigator Dave Hodrien on 07990 576 577 for more information.

permanent link: http://www.ufocasebook.com/2013/birminghamhunters.html

source & references:

http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/whats-on/things-to-do/alien-hunters-head-hills-new-5803778

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Archived Case of the Week

UFO Displays Energy Field over Linnala, Imatra, Finland
UFO Depiction
Published: 11:54 AM 8/31/2013

Location: Linnala, Imatra, Finland (not far from the Russian border)

Date: August 24(?), 1970

One day towards the end of August, 1970 - probably the 24th - Mr. Aatto Storgård, yardmaster at Imatra railway station, left home for work at about noon.

He got into his his car at 12:10 PM and pulled into the street. A couple of minutes later he was approaching the Karhumäentie intersection in the Linnala part of town.

Unexpectedly, Storgård noticed a large, unknown object rising into the air from the pavement about 60 meters straight ahead. As it rose it affected some kind of vortex or power field, which seemed to rattle loose objects on the ground.

Due to temporary redirecting, there were partial roadblocks in place, along with a movable traffic sign. These all toppled over, and a cast-iron sewer grating was pulled off.

Storgård became worried that his car might overturn if he drove any closer to the turmoil, and thought it best to pull over and step out. Other cars arriving at the scene stopped as well: there were two behind Storgård's car and three on the other side of the airborne object - six in all.

The object rose to about two meters and slowly took horizontal flight due east, towards the bank of the Vuoksi river. It was oval in shape and had a dull gray surface. It was about 6 m in diameter and 2 m in height. No other details were discernible. An odd thing was that although the field around it did affect objects on the ground, it did not raise any dust.

Also, as the disc flew across the river a short while later, still at about two meters, the waters below remained undisturbed. After about a minute's flight the object suddenly disappeared from view.

One other amazing thing about this case - though not at all exceptional in the history of the UFO phenomenon - is that it never led to any public speculation or any kind of debate in the local papers, even though it happened in the middle of town at an hour of lively traffic.

The witnesses quit the scene to mind their own business, and the case only came to light eighteen months later. Such under-reporting from busy locations is almost the rule.

There are two mental factors working together here: eyewitnesses fear ridicule, and - especially when there are several of them - assume that someone else will step forward to do the reporting.

SOURCE: Tapani Kuningas: Ufojen jäljillä

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