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from the August 2007 Star Beacon
by Ann Ulrich
UFO activity at Needle Rock
Jean Foust reported UFO activity around Needle Rock near
Crawford, Colo., on Friday, June 22, around 9 pm and again
Saturday night, June 23. She lives on a mountain side west of
Needle Rock and was able to observe Crawford’s Needle Rock.
“Interesting how it (the UFO) would flit rapidly ... first you see
it, then you don’t,” she wrote in her e-mail. “(It) shows up at
another spot. Substantially huge, bright lights blinking.
A letter from Chris Lock in Japan included a
photocopy of a newspaper cover featuring a UFO.
Here’s some pretty big UFO news from Japan! The big
main picture is of a UFO taken three years ago in Nagano
prefecture, Japan, by a high school student on her mobile phone.
Her whole family saw it in the clear, star-filled sky on Sept. 14,
2004. The young girl took 10 pictures of it, but only one came
A UFO researcher by the name of
Miyazaki says it is
about one meter in diameter and possibly an unmanned “scanning
disk.” Aiko, the high school student who took the shot, showed it
to many people, but no one believed her, so she eventually sent it
to the newspaper, Osaka Sports or Ohsupo. They were impressed with
it, noticing the antenna on top, and decided to publish it on
their front page.
The photo at the bottom of the page was taken in Tokyo
this May 12, 2007. This was taken by Mr. Kanei, working in an
office in Shinjiku, right downtown in Tokyo. This is also thought
to be a “scanning disk” UFO, and therefore unmanned. The box shows
the UFO enlarged. Both UFOs are thought to be remote-controlled.
I asked Wada san just now about these, and he said,
“Yes. I think they are good photos, and genuine UFOs.” You may
remember Wada san is the Osaka man who has photographed most UFOs
in this area of Japan. He added: “My first UFO sighting was on
Sept. 14, which began a decade of UFO photographing, so I think
there is a synchronicity or high likelihood of this being genuine,
because many UFOs are seen around that date.”
Of course, fall is always that active time of year for
psychic and unusual phenomena. My “Mythic Death” or “Thunderous
Silence of Zen” experience was Sept. 16-17, too. Maybe things will
become active again this September. September is a wonderful time
to be ready for these things and experiences — or even if you are
not ready for them, they often just happen!
It’s interesting to note that Sept. 1 (1989) was the
date of a major sighting I had over Delta, Colo. Plus the Betty
and Barney Hill encounter took place on Sept. 19-20, 1961 in New
Charlene Finkner, a subscriber in Lubbock, Texas, wrote in and sent the
clipping which follows. She says, “You may have heard by now that
France released 100,000 UFO documents. My friend, Geraldine, saw
it on Fox TV. They did a line, like when they give a storm warning
or something. They gave it twice. The next day, our newspaper had
a small article. I thought you might like to have it. The TV
announcement was March 23, and the article dated March 24.”
The following article, with the headline, “UFO files posted to Web
by French space agency,” ran in her Texas paper, compiled from
PARIS — A saucer-shaped object is said to have
touched down in the south of France and then zoomed off. It left
behind scorch marks and that haunting age-old question: Are we
This is just one of the cases from France’s secret “X-Files” —
some 100,000 documents on supposed UFOs and sightings of other
unexplained phenomena that the French space agency is publishing
on the Internet.
France is the first country to put its entire weird sightings
archive online, said Jacques Paternet, who heads the space
agency’s UFO cell — the Group for Study and Information on
Unidentified Aerospace Phenomena.
Their oldest recorded sighting dates from 1937, Patenet told The
Associated Press in an interview Friday. The first batch of
archives went up on the agency’s Web site this week, drawing a
server-busting wave of traffic.
The archive includes police and expert reportings, witness
sketches, maps, photos, videos and audio recordings.
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