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Bali Bermuda Triangle Plane Crash April 2013

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Posted 07 May 2013 - 11:57 AM

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The aircraft was landing at Samara Kurumoch Airport, when it touched down about 400 meters short of a runway in heavy fog

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The aircraft was landing at Samara Kurumoch Airport, when it touched down about 400 meters short of a runway in heavy fog, bouncing and flipping over.[6][7] Six people were killed and 26 injured. The accident occurred at about 10:45 a.m. local time (06:45 GMT).[8] The aircraft did not catch fire after the accident,[9] as is often the case with airliner accidents.

Congo Airliner Crashes in Kisangani (07/09/2011)

More from 1996: 1996 Air Africa crash

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While attempting to take off fully fueled and overloaded from N'Dolo Airport's short runway, the An-32B did not achieve sufficient speed to bring its nose up, yet began to lift. It crashed into the open-air Simbazikita produce market, full of shacks, pedestrians, and cars and its full fuel load ignited. The number of casualties cited varies from 225 (per the manslaughters charged) to 348.[4]

[url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-12962210Fatal UN plane crash at DR Congo's Kinshasa airport (4 Apr 2011)

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The CRJ-100 jet broke in two and burst into flames as it attempted to land in heavy rain.


The object, known by the locals as "Bicho Voador" (Flying Animal), or "Bicho Sugador" (Sucking Animal), has the shape of a rounded ship and attacks people in isolation.

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Posted 07 May 2013 - 01:28 PM

I'm guessing that most of these mystery plane crashes occur near equatorial regions. I'll now check the north european cities above 55 degrees north.

Ho! 1996 again at Dominican Republic. Birgenair Flight 301

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During takeoff roll at 11:42 p.m, captain Ahmet Erdem, one of Birgenairs' most senior pilots, found that his air speed indicator (ASI) was not working properly, but chose not to abort takeoff.[5] The co-pilot's ASI was functional.
While the plane was climbing through 4,700 feet (1,400 m), the captain's airspeed indicator read 350 knots (650 km/h). The autopilot, which was taking its air speed information from the same equipment that was providing faulty readings to the captain's ASI, increased the pitch-up altitude and reduced power to lower the plane's airspeed. Co-pilot Aykut Gergin's ASI read 200 knots (370 km/h) and decreasing, yet the airplane started to give multiple contradictory warnings that it was flying too fast, including rudder ratio, Mach airspeed and overspeed lights and sounds.

A recent one found Thomson jet crash kills 5; 2 survivors hospitalized (Feb 20 2013)

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Bergen said preliminary reports indicate the jet – a Hawker Beechcraft 390/Premier I – ran off the end of the runway after it landed.

I've only found one suspicious one so far from 1977 https://en.wikipedia...lyg_Flight_618]Linjeflyg Flight 618(15 Jan 1977)[/url]

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Linjeflyg Flight 618 was a scheduled Linjeflyg passenger flight, operated by Skyline Sweden, that crashed into a residential area on 15 January 1977, killing all 22 people on board. The plane had left Malmö earlier that morning.

The aircraft had been cruising for a long period with the number two and number three engines at a low power setting. This meant that the anti-icing systems run from the engines were not at a temperature sufficient for them to operate correctly. As a result, ice built up on the stabilizer, which disrupted the airflow, causing the loss of pitch control when the flaps were being fully extended on final approach.

Ahhh...Now we have the familiar stories starting more easterly at Tallinn Two die in Tallinn plane crash (Feb 13 2003)

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TALLINNTwo pilots were killed and one crew member injured after an AN-28 aircraft carrying mail crashed near Tallinn's airport in the evening of Feb. 10.The cabin and the right wing were destroyed as the plane smashed into the ground just one kilometer away from the runway shortly after take-off at 7:42 p.m. local time. The plane was on a regular flight from Tallinn to Helsinki carrying 500 kilograms of TNT Express Worldwide mail.Plane captain Aleksander Verbenko, 45, was still alive when the re ...

A cargo plane too in 2010.


This suggests that the theorised core with embedded 1.6g dark matter comets isn't in differential rotation, but does have a north-south wobble. The sun's CME's trigger/charge these dark comets.

This is familiar now Estonian, Russian Killed in Plane Crash Near Riga (14 Nov 2012)

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The accident occured on the outskirts of Riga, in Bukultis, in a pilot exam gone wrong, reported LETA. The front end of the four-seater Tecnam rammed into a marshy surface.

Riga: Plane crash kills 1, injures 7 (Aug 20 2008)

Vilnius too: Passengers escape injury in Lithuania plane crash (12 Sep 2007)

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The object, known by the locals as "Bicho Voador" (Flying Animal), or "Bicho Sugador" (Sucking Animal), has the shape of a rounded ship and attacks people in isolation.

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Posted 07 May 2013 - 01:44 PM

A recent one! Pilot safe after small plane crashes near Bayside Bridge, Tampa (22 Feb 2013)

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The pilot of nine years went through the emergency steps, but nothing worked. He was at 1,000 feet and falling fast.



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Posted 07 May 2013 - 04:02 PM

I'm now going to follow the line south from 25 degree long.

Minsk: No survivors found in plane crash at Minsk (2009)

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MINSK, Belarus, Oct. 27 (UPI) -- Emergency services personnel did not find any survivors at the crash site of a Russian business jet near the Minsk airport, officials in Belarus said Tuesday.

Officials said a Hawker-125 jet carrying three passengers and three crew members left from the airport in Moscow Monday, then went off the radar screen as it approached the Minsk facility about an hour later, the Russian news agency RIA Novosti reported.

Also 2011 Video: Dynamo Minsk’s hockey funeral for Lokomotiv crash victims

Warsaw: 1 Nov 2011 Plane carrying 230 passengers crash lands in Warsaw
1980: LOT Flight 7

Kiev: Plane KIEV, Ukraine Crash on 13 Feb 2013
JUne 10 2012 5 dead, 13 injured in small plane crash near Kiev

Moldova: 12 Apr 2008 2008 Chişinău Antonov An-32 crash

Bucharest: 31 Mar 1995 TAROM Flight 371
Apr 23 2008 Passenger plane crash-lands in Bucharest

Sofia: 1978 1978 Balkan Bulgarian Tupolev Tu-134 crash
25 Aug 2011 Pilot Error Blamed for Fatal Bulgarian Plane Crash

Athens: 14 Aug 2005 Helios Airways Flight 522
Oct 22 2009 Two killed in Athens plane crash identified

Crete: Nov 18 2012 Plane crash kills pilot near La Crete airport

Cairo: May 20 1965 PIA Flight 705

Sham-el-Sheihk: 3 Jan 2004Flash Airlines
Flight 604


Cyprus: 14 Aug 2005Helios Airways Flight 522

Ankara, Turkey Sep 23 1961Turkish Airlines flight 835
http://www.servetbas...les/kazalar.htm
18 May 2001 Turkey probes fatal plane crash

Luxor; 27 Feb 2013Egypt hot air balloon flight ends in tragedy near Luxor

Khartoum: 7 Oct 2012 Sudanese military plane crashes near Khartoum
June 10 2008 Plane crashes in Khartoum

Asmara: 17 Jul 1998 Crash
http://suite101.com/...e-crash-a311242

Addis Ababa: 25 Jan 2010 Ethiopian Airlines Flight 409

Djbouti: Fatal Djibouti U-28A crash laid to crew error

Nairobi: 20 Nov 1974Lufthansa Flight 540

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Posted 08 May 2013 - 11:48 AM

Even this latest shipping accident could be due to a mystery 1.6g force Four dead in Genoa shipping accident.

Yep, this is familiar
Superga air disaster (4 May 1949)
Milan plane crash: What happened (19 Apr 2002)

Even the Costa Concordia disaster needs to be reevaluated imo Giglio, site of Costa Concordia disaster, requests £68m in compensation (Jan 13 2012)

Edited by RingFenceTheCity, 08 May 2013 - 11:53 AM.

The object, known by the locals as "Bicho Voador" (Flying Animal), or "Bicho Sugador" (Sucking Animal), has the shape of a rounded ship and attacks people in isolation.

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Posted 08 May 2013 - 01:02 PM

View PostRingFenceTheCity, on 08 May 2013 - 11:48 AM, said:

Even this latest shipping accident could be due to a mystery 1.6g force Four dead in Genoa shipping accident.

Yep, this is familiar
Superga air disaster (4 May 1949)
Milan plane crash: What happened (19 Apr 2002)

Even the Costa Concordia disaster needs to be reevaluated imo Giglio, site of Costa Concordia disaster, requests £68m in compensation (Jan 13 2012)
So every plane and boat in the world is somehow connected to the sun? even though the Genoa one?


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Posted 09 May 2013 - 12:07 PM

View PostThe New Richard Nixon, on 08 May 2013 - 01:02 PM, said:

So every plane and boat in the world is somehow connected to the sun? even though the Genoa one?
I'm not totally convinced about the direct connections with the dark matter hypothesis with all aircraft/ship mystery accidents, no. I've reconsidered my ideas and have come to the conclusion that there are TWO types of mystery force at play. The Genoa shipping incident doesn't fit with the buried dark comet 1.6g force of attraction hypothesis, due to the eyewitness accounts not mentioning any strangeness of this type of incident. It fits with the idea of a mystery beam which disrupts the electronic funtioning of engines as well as confusion in the minds of humans. This is a common feature of many such accidents and incidents. The engines fail and the pilot seemingly cruises into a mountain of nose first into the ground.

I've also just clicked that this also fits with the car engines that stall in foggy siuations with a 'loss of time' effect.
Can thunderstorms stall cars?

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Some UFO reports aver that the presence of luminous phenomena (interpreted as alien vehicles) have stalled automobile engines. Here follows an unsensational report, sans UFOs, but with identical consequences.
July 20, 1992. Near Valognes, France. A. Lunt and O. Whalley were driving a Citroen 2CV in heavy rain. Lightning in the distance only.



"While the car was four to five metres from the approaching halt sign with the gears still engaged, the engine cut out. The car was brought to a stop at the halt sign and when the puzzled men found that the car would not restart they spent some 10-15 seconds wondering what to do. Then suddenly there was a huge flash, described as an 'explosion', only two metres behind and to their right as lightning went to ground in a triangular, gravelled area which formed part of the road junction system. The inside of the car and the surrounding countryside lit up brightly and, simultaneously, there was a terrific crash of thunder. Startled, the occupants stayed in the car for a minute longer without trying to restart the engine before stepping outside to raise the bonnet of the car. The engine appeared dry and there was no discernible reason for its failure. Then, upon getting back into the car, the engine started at once, since when the vehicle has given no further trouble."

Of course this single incident cannot prove that the powerful electrical field preceding a lightning stroke interfered with the car's ignition system. This report is suggestive only. (Meaden, G.T.; "Impending Lightning Stroke Stalls Car Engine?" Weather, 48:29, 1993.)

Now this encounter is amazing as it mentions ufo's which can also fit with the 2CV incident above. Coyne Helicopter / UFO Incident

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UFO still puzzles 30 years later- Coyne Helicopter / UFO Incident. Soldiers encountered something strange in 'Coyne Incident'
By Russ Kent, News Journal
The following article appeared in the Nov. 4, 1973, edition of the Mansfield News Journal. It was written by a United Press International reporter.
CLEVELAND -- Army Reserve helicopter pilot Capt. Lawrence Coyne is a military commander who doesn't believe in unidentified flying objects (UFOs) or little green spacemen. But after a near miss two weeks ago between his helicopter and a "big, gray, metallic-looking" object in the sky over Mansfield, he doesn't know what to think.
"I had to file an official report in detail to the Army on this thing," he said.
"Coyne is a member of the 316th Medical Detachment stationed at Cleveland Hopkins Airport. He was returning from Columbus at 11:10 p.m., Oct. 18, when the UFO showed up near where the Air National Guard has a squadron of jet fighters based.
He said a check turned up that none of the unit's F-100 Super Saber Jets were in the air when the UFO appeared. Coyne said when he first encountered the UFO, his helicopter was cruising at 2,500 feet. He had the controls set for a 20-degree dive, but the craft climbed to 3,500 feet with no power.
"I had made no attempt to pull up," he said. "There was no noise or turbulence, either."
Coyne said a red light appeared on the eastern horizon, and was first spotted by his crew chief, Sgt. Robert Yanacsek.
"The light was traveling in excess of 600 knots," Coyne said. "It came from the horizon to our aircraft in about 10 seconds. We were on a collision course."
The pilot said he put his helicopter into a dive.
"At 1,700 feet I braced myself for the impact with the other craft," he said. "It was coming from our right side. I was scared. There had been so little time to respond. The thing was terrifically fast."
There was no crash.
"We looked up and saw it stopped right over us," Coyne said. "It had a big, gray metallic-looking hull about 60 feet long." "It was shaped like an airfoil or a streamlined fat cigar. There was a red light on the front. The leading edge glowed red a short distance back from the nose. There was a center dome. A green light at the rear reflected on the hull."
Coyne said the green light swiveled like a spotlight and beamed through the canopy of his craft, bathing the cabin in green light. He said as he and members of the crew stared at the craft his helicopter began to climb without his guidance.
"I had made no attempt to pull up," he said. "All controls were set for a 20-degree dive. Yet we had climbed from 1,700 to 3,500 feet with no power in a couple of seconds with no g-forces or other noticeable strains."
Coyne said the UFO finally moved off to the west and was gone.

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MANSFIELD -- Thirty years ago tonight, strange things were happening in the skies over north central Ohio. A close encounter in Mansfield, that has since become known as "The Coyne Incident," is still raising eyebrows among believers and UFO investigators. That evening, in a soybean field on the west side of Galion, Rene Boucher and her brother Brad encountered a bright light in the sky that has lured her from Florida for another sojourn into that field.
It was about 11 p.m. on Oct. 18, 1973, when an Army Reserve helicopter came perilously close to colliding with an unidentified flying object. Arrigo "Rick" Jezzi, 56, who now lives in Cincinnati, was flying the Huey helicopter that night. Three decades later, he is still not sure what happened. Jezzi was one of four members of an Army Reserve unit based at Hopkins Airport in Cleveland on board. The crew was en route to Cleveland from Columbus.
"Capt. Larry Coyne was the pilot," Jezzi said. "I was in the left seat, actually flying the Huey at the time. We were near Mansfield flying at 2,500 to 3,000 feet."
John Healey and Robert Yanacsek were in the back of the Huey, near a cargo door with a Plexiglas window.
"One of the guys in the back reported a red light. He said it looked like an aircraft light on the right horizon," Jezzi said. "I couldn't see it."
Jezzi was flying from the left seat. On the other side of the Huey there was a 12-foot section of fuselage between the side window and the cargo doors. He figures the red light was in his blind spot.
"Then I heard 'I think its coming toward us'," Jezzi said. "The next thing I knew Larry took control of the throttle. We went into a maneuver, a controlled free fall. We dropped about 2,000 feet."
Jezzi said if Coyne had not made the drastic maneuver there would have been a collision.
"It took just a couple of seconds," Jezzi said. "I remember looking up through the ceiling and I saw a white light moving over top of us. I followed it to the left horizon where it disappeared."
Jezzi isn't sure what he saw. It was like no aircraft he'd ever seen. He guessed it was traveling at least 500 knots, twice the speed of his Huey.
"Red navigational lights aren't located in the front of an aircraft," he said. "That's what was moving toward us. I don't know what it was."
The incident was documented by witnesses on the ground. In UFO lore the "Coyne Incident" is regarded as one of the most reliable UFO sightings of all time.
"It caused a lot of hullabaloo," Jezzi said. "The first thing I thought was those Commie b*******. What are they up to."
The next morning two of the other crew members, while being questioned about the incident, sketched drawings of the cigar-shaped craft they observed.
"They both came up with similar drawings," Jezzi said.
The magnetic compass in the Huey never worked right after the incident and had to be replaced. Rene Bouchard doesn't know what she saw in Galion about 60 minutes earlier that same evening.
"I was in high school. My brother was in junior high," she said. "There had been a lot of sightings in the days and weeks before that. Even the governor reported seeing something. We thought we'd give it a try."
She and her brother walked out in the field behind their home and started watching the sky.
"We saw a bunch of stuff that looked like it was maybe 30,000 feet in the air," she said. "But it wasn't anything spectacular. Then I think we both put our heads down for some reason. That's when we saw this brilliant white light. It was as bright as the sun. I don't know what it was but it scared us. We ran for two blocks until we got home."
Rene has since moved to Florida. Her brother is in California. She's back in Galion today and plans to go out in that same bean field to spend part of her evening.
"We really saw something that night," she said. "I don't know what it was. But I'll be back there (tonight). I called my brother and asked him to fly here so he could go with me. He said no. I'm not expecting to see anything. But I'm going to be there."
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Edited by RingFenceTheCity, 09 May 2013 - 12:17 PM.

The object, known by the locals as "Bicho Voador" (Flying Animal), or "Bicho Sugador" (Sucking Animal), has the shape of a rounded ship and attacks people in isolation.

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Posted 09 May 2013 - 12:22 PM

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There is at least one report online detailing an apparent stall of a private plane engine during a UFO encounter in 1947. The witness remembered that his aircraft kept flying at the same altitude (and perhaps stopped moving entirely) after the engine coughed to a stop during a sighting of six metallic objects 6000 feet above Morristown, New Jersey.

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07-10-1947 USA, New Jersey, Morristown. On the morning of July 10, 1947, Mr. John H. Janssen, editor of the Daily Record (an American aviation journal) was flying his own plane from Morristown Airport in New Jersey.
He spotted six, luminous spherical craft with hazy rings around them flying in a trail high in the sky above him. He grabbed his camera and shot a picture. He was only able to get four of the six objects in the image frame.

Two weeks later, on July 23rd, he had another encounter of what looked to him like the same or very similar aircraft. He was again flying his airplane out of Morristown and was at 6,000ft.

"While my eyes played over the horizon, I became aware of a shaft of light that seemed like that of a photographer's flash bulb. It came from aloft, very high up. It was above that position over my plane's nose that flier's call 11 O'clock.

At first I thought it was merely the reflected sun bouncing off the sides of an exceedingly high flying aircraft. I gave it no more thought. But then the engine of my own plane began to perform peculiarly. It coughed and sputtered spasmodically.

So I pulled on the carburetor heat and gave it full throttle hoping to thaw any ice that might be accumulating in the carburetor. The engine emitted one final wheezing cough and then quit. Now, the nose of my plane, instead of dropping to a normal glide, remained... rigid... fixed on the horizon, in its normal level flight attitude.

Abruptly, I became aware that my plane was now defying the basic law of gravity. I became frightened and close to panic at so weird a predicament. I saw that the airspeed indicator was at zero! There was now an odd prickling, electric-like sensation coursing through my body.

I had an eerie feeling that I was being watched and examined by something that minutely studied my features, my clothing, and my airplane... I flicked a cold bead of perspiration from my eye. Then I saw it! Above and slightly beyond my left wing tip was a strange wraith-like craft, one of the flying objects!

Its flanged and protecting rim was dotted on either side with steamer-like portholes.

It seemed to radiate a dull metallic hue that conveyed an impression of natural strength, and a super-intelligence not of this planet. It was motionless. Perhaps a quarter of a mile away... beyond, and slightly higher, I could see another (similar) object, seemingly fixed in the sky.

I assumed that the second strange ship was but waiting for the one nearest me to complete its examination. Then I had the most unaccountable urge to reach up and snap on the magneto switch. I had turned it off when the engine quit. I switched both magnetos to the on position.

Slowly the propeller began to turn... then the engine burst into a steady rhythmic roar. The plane nosed up into a stall, dropped off, picked up airspeed and steadied under control," recalled Mr. Janssen.

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The object, known by the locals as "Bicho Voador" (Flying Animal), or "Bicho Sugador" (Sucking Animal), has the shape of a rounded ship and attacks people in isolation.

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Posted 09 May 2013 - 12:30 PM

Wow, this stretches the imagination http://www.abovetops...read668941/pg1]UFO Battle South France, from Marseilles to Genoa, 1608[/url]

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1608, agosto – Genova-Nizza – Nel mare genovese vengono visti affiorare fino all'ombelico esseri con figura umana e braccia coperte di squame con 2 serpenti volanti in mano. Molti colpi di cannone non sortiscono alcun effetto. Avvistati nello stesso periodo a Nizza "strani oggetti nel cielo che gettano sangue sulla terra".

1608 August - Genoa-Nice - In the sea are seen emerge from Genoa to the navel beings with human figure and arms covered with scales, with two flying snakes in his hand. Many guns are slow to no effect. Seen in the same period in Nice "strange objects in the sky throwing blood on the ground."

1608, 15 agosto – Genova – Nel porto appaiono 3 carrozze ognuna trainata da 6 figure di fuoco simili a draghi con serpenti che lanciano urla spaventose. Le chiese si riempiono di supplicanti, vengono indetti digiuni e processioni.

1608, August 15 - Genova - In the port appear three carriages each drawn by six figures of fire with serpent-like dragons throwing scary screams. The churches are full of supplicants, are organized fasts and processions.


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Torriglia (Genova-Italy)site regularly visited by Unidentified Flying Object , has a very important meeting on the subject, and said that there are still sightings of these days, in which historians and scientists address the issue.
Mr Roberto pinotti ,sociologist, journalist and scholar of aerospace issues unorthodox and abnormal phenomena. Since 1960, dedicated to the research of documents and information on UFOs and since 1966 he co-founded the National UFO Center based first in Milan, then in Rome and now in Florence. E 'editor in chief of the magazine UFO News, the official magazine of the CUN and author of a copious collection of essays on UFO and esobiologiche.
It is still the most representative Italian figure in ufology world and this is frequently invited to represent Italy at international conferences, as well as take part in many radio-TV. He currently holds the post of General Secretary of the CUN


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Posted 09 May 2013 - 02:11 PM

I've even come to the conclusion that large Coronal Mass Ejections could be detected through the atmosphere by biological winged lizard ufos which makes them more likely to attack the red lights of aircraft.

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Posted 09 May 2013 - 02:35 PM

This plane crash is due to the downdraft of air, which may or may not be due to a mystery force. Good to keep an open mind on a number of different factors involved in mystery incidents. Plane Crash: Footage Shot From Inside Light Aircraft As It Nosedives Into Woodland (VIDEO)

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It adds: "Due to warming temperatures we had a hard time gaining altitude. After taking off we hit an air pocket that made us rapidly loose altitude, pushing us down into the trees."


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Posted 10 May 2013 - 10:05 AM

UFOs Disabling Nuclear Missiles: Former Senator Says Veterans' Testimony is the "Smoking Gun" Confirming a U.S. Government Cover-up

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WASHINGTON, May 7, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following was released today by Robert Hastings:

In an interview with ABC News/Yahoo! News last Friday, former U.S. Senator Mike Gravel (D-Alaska) said statements by U.S. Air Force nuclear missile launch officers--regarding mysterious aerial objects interfering with the functionality of American ICBMs--make clear that top government officials are lying to the public when they claim to have no knowledge of national security-related UFO incidents.

Gravel first gained national recognition in 1971, by placing the still-classified Pentagon Papers--which documented U.S. government malfeasance during the Vietnam War--into the public record.

Gravel said the revelations by former/retired Captains Robert Salas, Bruce Fenstermacher, and David Schindele, as well as retired Security Policeman Sgt. David Scott, are "the smoking gun of the whole issue" of government secrecy on UFOs.

The interview may be viewed at http://news.yahoo.co...-sen-mike-grave l-says-white-house-suppressing-112957111.html?vp=1.

On September 27, 2010, Captain Salas co-hosted the "UFOs and Nukes" press conference with noted researcher Robert Hastings, during which seven USAF veterans revealed ongoing UFO activity at U.S. nuclear weapons sites during the Cold War era. That media event was extensively and favorably covered by hundreds of news organizations worldwide, including CNN, which streamed the proceedings live.

The full-length video of the press conference appears at http://www.ufohastings.com/.

The latest testimony--about UFOs knocking ICBMs offline--was heard by Senator Gravel and five other former members of congress at the "Citizen Hearing on Disclosure" organized by Stephen Bassett at the National Press Club last week.

Hastings decided not to participate in that event, saying, "It's unfortunate that Bassett chose to mingle the highly credible testimony of the missile launch officers, and the missile security guard, with questionable claims made by some of the other witnesses at the hearing. That is counter-productive if one is attempting to educate the public about the UFO reality and undercuts the legitimacy of the Disclosure process that he supposedly wants to bring about."

Hastings has interviewed over 140 U.S. military veterans regarding their involvement in nukes-related UFO incidents over the years. His summary of their tape recorded accounts may be found in UFOs and Nukes: Extraordinary Encounters at Nuclear Weapons Sites, which is available at his website, www.ufohastings.com, for $23.95. (Scalpers resell it at Amazon for $85 and up.)

"An advanced, outside third party has been tampering with American and Russian nukes," Hastings says.

CONTACT: Robert Hastings, ufohastings@aol.com

SOURCE Robert Hastings

/Web site: http://www.ufohastings.com

This also relates to aircraft and shipping mystery incidents as well as simple automobile engine stalling imo. The ufo's interfere with the electronics. It's an earthbound winged lizard and not the visitors from another world though.



Edited by RingFenceTheCity, 10 May 2013 - 10:08 AM.

The object, known by the locals as "Bicho Voador" (Flying Animal), or "Bicho Sugador" (Sucking Animal), has the shape of a rounded ship and attacks people in isolation.

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Posted 10 May 2013 - 10:29 AM

Plane crash in Douglas County field still a mystery (31 May 2013)

The object, known by the locals as "Bicho Voador" (Flying Animal), or "Bicho Sugador" (Sucking Animal), has the shape of a rounded ship and attacks people in isolation.

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Posted 13 May 2013 - 11:40 AM

Costa Concordia - a massive earth bound CME did occur on 26th Dec 2011.

The object, known by the locals as "Bicho Voador" (Flying Animal), or "Bicho Sugador" (Sucking Animal), has the shape of a rounded ship and attacks people in isolation.




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