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For the first time in history, the U.S. government had to admit that there was an undetected aerial phenomenon (UAP) or UFO. In fact, modern history records many strange UFO encounters, which are very mysterious and no one can give a reasonable explanation, Newsweek says.
13,500 people claim to have seen a low-flying, silent black triangular UFO flying over Belgium for 5 months.
1. UFO collision at Mount Rainier, Washington (USA) in 1947
Left to right: Pilots EJ Smith, Kenneth Arnold, Ralph E. Stevens sees UFO photos.
Pilot Kenneth Arnold saw a flash of lightning as he flew his private jet, and then saw an object “like a saucer.” It was moving at an incredible speed through the slopes of Mount Rainier. Then he saw 8 more “discs”. The pilot said he saw an unknown flying object (UFO).
2. USS Nimitz encountered a UFO in the Pacific Ocean on November 14, 2004
UFO shot from USS Nimitz in the Pacific Ocean
About 160 kilometers southwest of San Diego, fighter pilots aboard the US Navy aircraft carrier USS Nimitz encountered a strange white UFO in the shape of a large tic-tac-toe, traveling at three times the speed of the aircraft. “I do not know what I saw. It has no wings or rotors, it’s faster than our F – 18s,” said Lt. David Frower, one of the pilots who had the opportunity to see the UFO tick tack on the collision. The Pentagon later acknowledged the conflict and did not know what the object was.
3. 1964 UFO collision in the desert of New Mexico
Police Sergeant Lonnie Zamora saw a UFO at the scene
Police Sergeant Loni Zamora saw an “egg-shaped spacecraft” protruding from the edge of the road as it passed through a dirt road. At first, Loni thought it was a car that needed help. However, he saw a blue flame and heard a loud scream. The object began to rise. It was later confirmed that five tourists were flying the spacecraft.
4. UFO “Red Star” Charlie in Canada in 1975
Hundreds of residents in the South Manitoba region of Canada have reported seeing a strange object emitting a red-orange glow into the sky every night for months. The UFO was affectionately known as Charlie the Redstar. Charlie was inspired to watch the parties in the fields across Manitoba during the show.
5. UFO clashes in Belgium
In about 5 months (1989-1990), up to 13,500 people claimed to have seen a low-flying, silent black triangle UFO, with three orange headlights each. This is a completely different type of UFO from previous reports. Skeptics call this event a mass delusion. However, those who believe in the existence of the UFO say that the military radar was unusually active when the black triangular UFO appeared, so it is believed that the UFO is real, not a myth.
6. UFO encounter in Trans-en-Provence, France in 1981
A member of the GEIPAN investigation team learns about the incident.
While Renato Nicolas was working on his farm, he heard a strange noise. He saw a flying saucer flying and disappearing from the trees, leaving scars on the ground where the UFO was. GEIPAN, a special French UFO hunting team, conducted an investigation. The group claims that the ground where the UFO was was heated to more than 260 degrees Celsius.
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