UFOs Buzz Airports around the World
The world is abuzz with theories of the possibility of life on other planets and the likelihood that they may visit Earth. In the past few years, people report that unidentified objects have visited airports, sometimes interfering with air traffic. Here is a roundup of some of the best.
O’Hare Airport, Chicago
In 2006 an unidentified object hovered over Concourse C at the United Terminal at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.
The Chicago Tribune reported that about three dozen witnesses, including airline managers, pilots and mechanics, saw the object and were shaken by it. Major news networks picked up the story causing many to ponder whether otherworldly ships exist and visit earth. The Federal Aviation Administration dismissed the sighting as a weather phenomenon.
Author Leslie Keane included the event in a book “UFOs: Generals, Pilots, and Government Officials go on the Record.”
An eye witness recounts that September 10, 2009 she a dark, rectangular shape similar to a house without a roof hovering near the Denver International Airport. In Mufon (Mutual UFO Network) Case #19205 she says that it was hard to estimate the size of this object until an airplane flew past. The plane appeared tiny compared to the object. .
This report is unsubstantiated by any other witnesses.
UFOs reports of UFOs hovering near or over Chinese airports increased in the last year. Most of these incidents occurred in July 2010.
At the Chinese Baotau Airport in Mongolia, a hovering object in September delayed the landing of three airplanes by an hour.
At least three UFO incidents closed China’s Xiaoshan Airport for several days or delayed flights or forced them to land at other airports. On July 15, 2010 at 1:33 pm flight crews observed unidentified flying object over They said it was an object “with a bright comet-like tail.” Many observers, who saw it, spread the news on social networks.
Officials say that the sightings probably are r elated to planes from Chinese Military bases.
According to Argentinean Air Force Officials, a plane coming from Buenos Aires with 102 passengers aboard nearly collided with an UFO at the San Carlos de Bariloche Airport. The report said that pilot Jorge Polanco took evasive action to avoid a crash. The craft disappeared when Polanco started the descent. The craft interrupted electrical service in the city and the airport meters “went crazy.”
A newspaper called France Soir ran a report on the Bariloche Airport incident on August 3, 1995.
Many strange reports and incidents come out of UFO lore. Some are easily explained as hoaxes, weather phenomena, military test planes, or other identifiable entities. Many credible eyewitnesses describe these incidents. Some are tracked on radar or observed by the military.
Some of these crafts defy any logical explanation. Are they visitors from another world? Do they intend good or bad toward the populations of the earth? Only time will prove these allegations right, or wrong. We may not have to wait too long.
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