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#16    TheMcGuffin

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Posted 15 September 2011 - 06:49 PM

Here's another website about the wave of 1973-74, which featured many UFO landings and physical trace cases, many UFOs tracked on radar and chased around by jets, at least five instances when people shot at UFOs or "occupants", reports that the military had started a couple of new UFO projects called Old New Moon and Blue Paper, and government agents all over place, sometimes reported to be showing witnesses books full of pictures or various types of UFOs and aliens and asking which ones they had seen.

http://www.burlingto...foflap-70s.html


"The U.S. Air Force, the Department of Defense and the Federal Aviation Agency were involved with UFO-jet interceptions and were greatly concerned by the growing number of radar tracking of UFOs reported from the Eglin AFB, Florida; from the Baer Air Force Base, Fort Wayne,Indiana; from FAA radar at San Antonio, Texas; from Civil Defense radar in Columbia, Mississippi, from Ft. Sill, Oklahoma; from Bahia Blanca, Argentina and from Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Pilot reports of UFOs were often reported by both commercial and military pilots from Braniff, Eastern, Pan American, Delta Airlines, Colorado NORAD Air Force pilots, BOAC, TWA, Bell Huey Jet Helicopters,Scandinavian Airlines, private Australian and Missouri pilots. General George S. Brown, U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff admitted for the first time that UFOs had triggered many air, sea, land battles earlier in Vietnam. The DOD and FAA issued new UFO regulations, and the USAF started two new UFO studies, code-named Old New Moon and Blue Paper.


In the meantime a large number of UFO photographs and movie film were taken in 1973 in North Carolina, Alabama, California, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Ohio, S.C., Italy, Peru, Missouri, Tennessee, Washington State and Australia - which are still being evaluated and analyzed.  Electro-magnetic interferences with car motors, headlights, houselights, CB radios, TV, radio, magnometers and other communication devices were widely reported in conjunction with UFO encounters, as were numerous cases of severe animal reactions and human physiological effects.

UFO-related power failures (documented over the past almost 3 decades) again cropped up time and time again in 1973 on March 14 in
Piedmont, Missouri; on May 26 in Morwell, Australia; on June 28 in Columbia, Missouri; on September 10 in Atlanta, Georgia; on October 16 in Yazoo, Mississippi and on November 11 in Farmville, Louisiana ... just to mention a few of the growing incidents on a global basis.

At UFO landing sites impressions and ground markings such as burned 20 to 30 foot circles, tripod landing-gear marks, background radiation increases above normal, chemical soil changes, denuded vegetation and dehydrated and depressed areas have been found, along with many deposits of both metallic and non-metallic fragments. Many reported ammonia, sulfur-like and ozone odors near UFOs."


Total Landings and/or Occupants 1973:                   81 cases

Total Landings Without Occupants Noted:                  51 cases

Total Occupants Without Landings Noted:                  17 cases

Total Landings with Occupants Noted:                     13 cases

Total Landings Noted:                                    65 cases

Total Occupants Noted:                                   30 cases

Total Physical Examinations:                             3 cases

Total Shootouts Reported:                                5 cases

Total Witness Pursuits:                                 2 cases

Total Footprints Noted:                                  3 cases

Total States Landings/Occupants Reported:                21 cases

Edited by TheMcGuffin, 15 September 2011 - 07:26 PM.

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Posted 15 September 2011 - 07:18 PM

And this is the NICAP report on the 1973 UFO wave, which featured sightings from all over the world.  I could not find any reports of "friendly" ETs here, but plenty that engaged in activities that could be considered hostile.  Interestingly, the US military was also of DEFCON III alert in October and November 1973 due to the Arab-Israeli War at that time.


http://www.nicap.org...1973fullrep.htm


January - February 1973; Cherokee County, S.C.
Police in Cherokee County received so many UFO sighting reports that they stopped sending cars out to investigate. The sightings according to police have been in the hundreds. The objects being spotted by county residents have been described as "cylindrical, cigar-shaped," "triangular," and "round like a saucer with a cabin on top." By the end of February, according to police UFO watching had become so popular that on one night more than 50 cars were parked along the side of a road in the county in hopes of catching a glimpse of the object. (Reference: UFO INVESTIGATOR, April 1973, page 3)


Sept. 8, 1973; Hunter Army Air Field, GA
"Saucer-shaped" object with flashing bright red and white lights dove at MP patrol vehicle (Bart J. Burns and Randy Shade, occupants) repeatedly and chased it at high speeds (UFOE II, Section II).

Sept. 8, 1973; Savannah, GA
A Savannah police officer who had been sent to investigate citizens' reports of a UFO a few hours after the Hunter Army Air Field incident reported a personal sighting. He saw a large circular craft something like a flying saucer. [It had] a large spotlight which changed color from red to green [and smaller blue flashing lights.] Marcus Holland, a Savannah newspaper reporter said that about 30 minutes before the military police sighting, he saw an object speeding toward the Air Field. (Tulsa Sunday World, Oklahoma, Sept. 9, 1973; UPI, Savannah, Ga.)


Sept. 29, 1973; Quincy, IL
8:30 p.m. Sheriff's officers trailed an unidentified flying object {UFO) from the edge of Quincy to Baldwin Field before it disappeared . A night deputy manning the sheriff's  radio watch said a call was received about 8:30 p.m. Saturday from Halfpap's Trailer Court that an object was in the sky near there. The radio officer said patrol deputies sent in response to the call sighted the object shortly after reaching the area and began trailing it. The object moved east to Baldwin Field, where it became stationary. Officers said a the object hovered a short time and then disappeared. The radio officer said that apparently while the patrol officers were keeping the object under observation at the airport, a call was received from the Camp Point area reporting the object. The officer said the caller told him that dogs were barking and other animals seemed upset. A check with the FAA at Baldwin Field showed no planes were in the area at the time, the radio officer said. Radar in Kansas  City, Mo., reported only an airplane near Hannibal, Mo., moving west, the officer said. (SL-72, 14)



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Posted 16 September 2011 - 01:20 AM

What stands out in my mind about this incident is how both Hickson and Parker knew full well how their strange abduction story would sound to people and did not want any publicity about what happened because of fear of ridicule. They were terrified and felt compelled to report what happened to the authorities whom they thought they could trust to keep the matter confidential. They were not at all pleased when the sheriff leaked the story to the press. True perpetrators of hoaxes want all the publicity they can get. I truly believe something extremely unusual happened to those men that night.

Edited by The singularity, 16 September 2011 - 01:31 AM.


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Posted 16 September 2011 - 01:36 AM

We will never know whether or not this was fake. As much as I would prefer nothing else but to have the ability to fully invest belief into this, the possibility still exists that it was faked. :(


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Posted 16 September 2011 - 01:55 AM

View PostTheMcGuffin, on 15 September 2011 - 07:29 AM, said:

He and Parker stated that they were abducted by robots who brought them aboard a spacecraft.  They reported this incident to the police who left them alone in a room and tape recorded them secretly, thinking they'd give themselves away in a hoaxed story.  They did not, and in fact were very badly shaken and terrified by what had happened to them.


Other witnesses also say this UFO at the time and it was tracked on radar as well.  Even more, it deliberately interfered with the radar system.

The 1973 UFO wave was one of the largest in US history, and was called the Year of the Humanoids because of the strange "occupants" that were often being reported, types of ETs that have not been seen since as far as I know.
This has the earmarks of a true abduction. hoaxers generally are not shaken or /and terrified when reporting an abduction. the fact that the man died is not necessarily connected with the abduction, although it definitely a possibility, although extreme. most true abductees continue to be abducted throughout their lives and usually can function in society even living in fear of when it will occur again.


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Posted 16 September 2011 - 02:26 AM

View PostThe Skeptic Eric Raven, on 15 September 2011 - 03:09 PM, said:

I grew up in the Pascagoula are. I am acutally living back there now.(I miss TX)
This guy was considered a flake by locals back then according to my grandmother.

Get your butt back to Texas Eric ! THe B.B.Q waits BoneDaddys is calling you ! :tu:

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Posted 16 September 2011 - 02:28 AM

View PostVennard, on 16 September 2011 - 01:55 AM, said:

This has the earmarks of a true abduction. hoaxers generally are not shaken or /and terrified when reporting an abduction. the fact that the man died is not necessarily connected with the abduction, although it definitely a possibility, although extreme. most true abductees continue to be abducted throughout their lives and usually can function in society even living in fear of when it will occur again.


Welcome to the Forum Vennard !  THis is a great place to present all your Ideas and stories !  We should never rule out any abduction`s or tails ! :innocent:

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Posted 18 September 2011 - 01:17 PM

http://blog.gulflive...html#incart_mce
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Posted 18 September 2011 - 02:16 PM

View PostThe Skeptic Eric Raven, on 18 September 2011 - 01:17 PM, said:

That was an interesting read and I enjoyed the interview at the bottom as well.  Thanks for the link Eric.





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