Top 5 UFO Cases – mysterious
We are not alone. Not on this planet, no. Earth is crowded place to be with over 7 billion people. We are not alone in this lovely universe and fellow aliens are trying to contact with us more often than we want to believe. It’s sad how most people who claim to see an UFO or maybe even an alien creature are considered crazy or nobody believe their “made up” story. But, not only there are proven cases of UFO landings and sightings, but also bodies of dead aliens as well. Whether you believe or not, the Earth is their location every now and then.
These are the most interesting and real cases of UFOs seen on our planet.
In July 1947, an unidentified flying object crashed on a ranch in the northwest of New Mexico. Many people have heard of the Roswell UFO crash, but very few people know the details about it. On the evening of July 3, 1947 Dan Wilmot, a business owner and his wife were sitting on their front porch when they saw a bright saucer shaped object with glowing lights moving across they sky. Dan Wilmot said that the unidentified flying object was about 5-7 meters away. It appeared from the Southeast and disappeared to the Northwest. It was believed that the U.S government crashed down an alien flying object and that picked up the evidence from the spot in order to hide the whole thing. This event inspired a movie about it.
#2. Belgian wave
This wasn’t an isolated case and during months (the UFO wave began in November of 1989), 13,500 people claimed to have witnessed large, silent, low-flying black triangles, and around 2,600 of them filed written statements. Sceptics blame helicopters or mass delusions caused by eating chips with mayonnaise. Of course photographs were showed up as an evidence, but none of it was taken seriously, even though for 20 years, the ufological organization Société belge d’étude des phénomènes spatiaux (SOBEPS) claimed that this picture was genuine.
#3. Kenneth Arnold
He was an Idaho (USA) pilot who claimed he had seen a string of 9 saucer-shaped and very shiny flying objects. Once he even said that one of the object had a crescent shape. The place where he saw them was near Mounting Rainier in Washington. Soon after this, Kenneth became famous for his statement, but after a while decided to stop giving interviews.
#4. Levelland case
On November 2nd 1957, two immigrant farm workers, Pedro Saucedo and Joe Salaz, called the Levelland police department and reported an unidentified flying object. Saucedo told the police officer that they had been driving 6 km west of Levelland when they saw a blue flash of light near the road. Both workers claimed during the sight their truck’s engine died, and a rocket-shaped object rose up and approached the truck. After the reporting, the police went on the spot and started an investigation. Besides the two farm workers, a police officer too saw a brilliant red object moving across the sky shortly after they arrived on the same place. However, after the durst had set, the police came out with a logical explanation that the three men saw a severe electrical storm (the previous day there was a thunderstorm). But even though the officially the case was closed with that sort of explanation, 12 more people claimed to see the object in the very same night when the two farm workers and the police officer saw it.
#5. The Teheran incident
Back in 1976 an UFO allegedly passed over the capital of Iran, Teheran and left the city, disabling the electrical instrumentation of F-4 Phantom II jets and jamming ground control equipment. Iranian generals said on record that they believe the object was extra-terrestrial. Unfortunately not much Iranian documentation survives due to the revolution that happened soon after. The United States Air Force and Defense Intelligence Agency hadenough written material to make the Tehran 1976 UFO one of the scariest and most weird in all UFO cases in the world. Four Tehran residents telephoned the local Mehrabad airport stating that they saw a bright light in the sky. Mehrabad’s radar was under repair and was not operational, so General Yousefi phoned Shahrokhi Air Force Base at Hamadan, 275 kilometers west southwest of Tehran. There was nothing showed on radar. Yousefi went outside and saw the bright light himself and ordered a McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom fighter plane, piloted by Lt. Yaddi Nazeri plus a backseat weapons officer, to have a look. Once Nazeri reached Tehran, he reported losing all instruments and communications, so turned around and returned to base, and reported that his instruments came back once he did so. Three more light objects appeared over the sky of the city and the citizens were claiming to see it. Back then Iran was more western opened country and this case luckily managed its road to the western media. There weren’t logical explanations on what happened.