Intriguing UFO report
Posted by keelynet on February 7, 2009
Saturday afternoon, taking a break from cleaning and reorganizing my house. Microwaved some caldo de res (beef stew) and sat down to watch TV. Happened on Unexplained Mysteries which is shown on Channel 82 here in Mexico, well on MegaCable. This episode was about UFOs so the previews made it look interesting enough to get my notepad.
The one that caught my interest was an incident in Kecksburg, PA in 1965. They showed a drawing of something that looked like an acorn or a short condom with a ring around the bottom.
One of the people who saw it said it was big enough for a man to stand up in. Also that it made no noise when in flight.
“A large, brilliant fireball was seen by thousands in at least six states and Ontario, Canada. It streaked over the Detroit, Michigan/Windsor, Ontario area, reportedly dropped metal debris over Michigan and northern Ohio, and caused sonic booms in western Pennsylvania. It was generally assumed and reported by the press to be a meteor.
However, eyewitnesses in the small village of Kecksburg, about 30 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, claimed something crashed in the woods. A boy said he saw the object land; his mother saw a wisp of blue smoke arising from the woods and alerted authorities.
Others from Kecksburg, including local volunteer fire department members, reported finding an object in the shape of an acorn and about as large as a Volkswagen Beetle. Writing resembling Egyptian hieroglyphics was also said to be in a band around the base of the object.
Witnesses further reported that intense military presence, most notably the United States Army, secured the area, ordered civilians out, and then removed the object on a flatbed truck. At the time, however, the military claimed they searched the woods and found “absolutely nothing”. – Source
Another report about the ‘Coyne Helicopter Incident’ in Mansfield, Ohio in 1973 referred to a ‘tractor beam’ taking the form of a green light cone to lift a helicopter from 1700 feet up to 3800 feet.
This reminded me of when I, as President of the Dallas Mufon Metroplex group and our board of Directors, hosted Ed Walters (of the Gulf Breeze sightings) and his wife. We always had a get-to-know each other dinner the night before the lecture which Ed Walters was scheduled to make.
Very nice people and always fascinating information. During our group conversation with Ed, he mentioned having to slide under a pickup truck when a UFO came really close over his house. He did this because they shot a green beam of light at him and he began to rise into the air!
He said though he was under the truck as much as he could be, his foot and part of his leg was sticking out and being pulled upward by the green beam. I asked him if he noticed anything odd about this green tractor beam and he said yes, now that you ask, it had a sickly sweet smell but like almonds.
Turns out arsenic smells like almonds so I suggested it might be some arsenic maser to produce this tractor beam.
A report on this incident mentions a green tractor beam;
“The last altitude he noted was 1,700 feet. Just as a collision appeared imminent, the unknown light halted in its westward course and assumed a hovering relationship above and in front of the helicopter…
A featureless, gray, metallic-looking structure was precisely delineated against the background stars. Yanacsek reported “a suggestion of windows” along the top dome section.
The red light emanated from the bow, a white light became visible at a slightly indented stern, and then, from aft/below, a green ‘pyramid shaped” beam equated to a directional spotlight became visible.
The green beam passed upward over the helicopter nose, swung up through the windshield, continued upward and entered the tinted upper window panels. At that point (and not before), the cockpit was enveloped in green light.
There was no noise from the object or turbulence during the encounter, except for one “bump” as the object moved away to the west.
After the object had broken off its hovering relationship, Jezzi and Coyne noted that the magnetic compass disk was rotating approximately four times per minute and that the altimeter read approximately 3,500 feet; a 1,000 foot-per-minute climb was in progress.
Coyne insists that the collective was still bottomed from his evasive descent. Since the collective could not be lowered further, he had no alternative but to lift it, whatever the results, and after a few seconds of gingerly maneuvering controls (during which the helicopter reached nearly 3,800 feet), positive control was achieved.” – Source
Another comment made by a woman with her children who reported on seeing a rotating disc with a canopy like top where the craft tilted as if they wanted to get a better look at them on the ground!
I gave up on the majority of my UFO investigations because of all the fakes, opportunists and liars infecting the field. The best speaker researcher we had was Ted Phillips whose topic was ‘Trace Landings’ where there were actual physical traces left that deviated as clear anomalies from the surrounding area after a UFO landing report.
After meeting so many people who spent years of their lives and were not one step closer to an answer, I decided that’s not for me. If I was to devote my life to something, it would be more achievable, such as free energy, gravity control and ways to heal or rejuvenate, thus KeelyNet.
I do however follow some UFO reports that offer correlations to my own ideas. It seems to me the best thing we can do is observe how they fly and try to duplicate that. Then we build our own ships, chase down the ones we don’t recognize and finally identify who they are.
The chances of them being alien are in my opinion only about 5% of the cases. Instead, I think the majority are private, government or secret groups who have discovered how to control gravity or build and fly superior airships.
But those who really have it must be using the alien origins propaganda to deflect curiosity and investigation away from earthly sources.
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