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« Reply #315 on: Nov 29th, 2012, 11:17am »

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« Reply #316 on: Dec 10th, 2012, 02:56am »

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« Reply #317 on: Dec 14th, 2012, 5:13pm »

Texas Dad says son 'terrified' after photographing hovering UFO

December 14, 2012
By: Roger Marsh

An 11-year-old Texas boy was "terrified" after watching and photographing a strange object about 10:15 p.m. on December 13, 2012, moving and hovering over Haslet, according to the father's testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

Haslet is a town in Denton and Tarrant counties, population 1,517 in northeastern Texas. We previously reported on two UFO cases on the same date in Texas in: Texas witnesses report multiple objects moving at high speed.

The child and his uncle were outside watching shooting stars when the object was first seen.

"All if the sudden this object appeared out of nowhere with no tail, like a shooting star should have, and was quite brighter than anything they had seen," the father stated. "It went in a sharp northeast direction, stopped and hovered."

At this point, the boy began taking photos of the object with his iPhone. These were submitted with the MUFON report on December 14, 2012. The father then described the object's movements.

"The object changed direction backwards. Then it hovered again for approximately one minute and then shot off, this time leaving a U-shaped cloud."

The father described his son's emotions.

"My son, terrified, called me at work. He is 11. I told him to send me the pictured thinking it was a shooting star and I could let him know it was okay. After seeing the pictures and realizing there was no way he could have gotten so many pictures of a moving star, I realized it may be something else. The cloud of smoke left clearly looks like it was engaging back into space. I am, was, a non-believer, but these photos are sure strange."

Read more and see pictures: http://www.examiner.com/article/texas-dad-says-son-terrified-after-photographing-hovering-ufo
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« Reply #318 on: Dec 18th, 2012, 09:23am »

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« Reply #319 on: Feb 2nd, 2013, 7:30pm »

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« Reply #320 on: Feb 5th, 2013, 12:20am »

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« Reply #321 on: Feb 5th, 2013, 5:32pm »

what in the sam hill is going on over there in texas? that contrail one you got... that's... that's mystifying
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« Reply #322 on: Feb 5th, 2013, 6:44pm »

What annoys me is that in summer I spend hours sat in my garden and looking around the sky (when I should really be digging) and I don't see anything but vapour trails and birds.

I even have my binoculars and spotting scope plus camera with long lens on the table by me most time, just in case.

But nothing.

Ah well.

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« Reply #323 on: Feb 5th, 2013, 7:31pm »

on Feb 5th, 2013, 6:44pm, HAL9000 wrote:
What annoys me is that in summer I spend hours sat in my garden and looking around the sky (when I should really be digging) and I don't see anything but vapour trails and birds.

I even have my binoculars and spotting scope plus camera with long lens on the table by me most time, just in case.

But nothing.

Ah well.
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Maybe you could plan a trip to Texas or Florida, bring your camera

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« Reply #324 on: Feb 5th, 2013, 7:40pm »

MOKSHA,

It's an idea. But to quote Bob Dylan..

..They've got pick-up trucks with gun racks. Spiders, skunks and snakes...

Not my idea of a holiday destination.

But that does raise the question, 'why don't we get the same phenomena over here ?

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« Reply #325 on: Feb 5th, 2013, 7:50pm »

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I do not have a answer for that question, I do not even know what
your sky over there is like, the only time I see it is when I watch Golf.

Ya'll don't have spiders, snakes, skunks?
Do you have any lizards, gators?
How about birds that stand about 4.5 feet tall?
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« Reply #326 on: Feb 5th, 2013, 7:55pm »

MOKSHA,

We do have some biggish birds. Herons. But no venomous snakes and fortunately non of the others.

Got to go now. Have to take my wife to work in 5 hours.

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« Reply #327 on: Feb 6th, 2013, 11:53am »

Lol Hal I beg to differ, I have similar photos as those put up by LW only his is far superior as he has talent with a camera that I severely lack. But if I can catch them then sure as heck you can as you’re only down the road. The UK is but a small island. As for poisonous snakes again you got it wrong as we have the adder in the UK whose bite can be nasty.
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« Reply #328 on: Feb 6th, 2013, 12:32pm »

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« Reply #329 on: Feb 6th, 2013, 1:54pm »

Hyundisonata,

Last night , after my last post when I was wrapped up nice and warm in bed, I dawned on me (about 4 am) that I had forgotten about the Adder. I was torn between getting up and correcting the post or waiting until I logged in (now).

Should have known someone would spot it.

Nice one.

By the way, I've never seen any live snake in the UK, not even a grass snake.

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