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    UFO Buffs: Something 'Definitely' Happening In Stephenville
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    DUBLIN, Texas - North Texans shared their stories of supposed UFO sightings at a meeting called by UFO investigators in Dublin. Dozens of people crowded into Dublin's Rotary Club to talk with the Mutual UFO Network, a group of UFO buffs.

    Texas MUFON director Ken Cherry said the group "definitely" knows something is going on in Stephenville.

    "In an extremely small number of cases will we get a mass sighting like this," he said.

    A woman from Brownwood brought a video of bouncing lights that she shot on Jan. 4.

    "You can't see through it," Margie Galvez said. "You can't see in it. It just bounces."

    She said she shot the video with an infrared surveillance camera at her farm.

    "You can't explain it," she said. "I don't know what it is."

    A Dublin man showed video of a strange object in the sky that he shot last summer in Stephenville.

    "That's why I'm here," he said. "I want someone to tell me what it is."

    Most people didn't have any pictures.

    "What I saw was a very large blue light," Cleburne resident Jason Greywolf Leigh said.

    Stephenville resident James Huse said he saw big, round objects in the sky.

    "I would estimate they were the size of an aircraft," he said.

    Glenda Jackson, another Stephenville resident, said she also saw something strange in the sky.

    "It looked like two plates upside down, like a saucer," she said. "It was at least as wide as a football field."

    The meeting also drew people who just wanted to see what the hoopla was all about.

    MUFON members said their work could take a year. Even then, there may be no explanation for the phenomenon, they said.

    The investigators said it was way too early to rule anything in or out. But with so many people coming forward, the group said it is convinced people saw something.


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    Still no one has anything decent on video or a photo......after all these years.

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    many people believe these UFO sightings to be secret government flight project, which is probably the most logical answer. I sure don't think theres aliens hovering over Texas but i also think that if the USAF is stupid enough to fly a top secret project that close to a residential area, we've got bigger problems then extraterrestrials on our hands

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    awwww, government, what are they covering up now or even inventing


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    Well I am not sure about this 100% but I believe on a history channel special they said something about a certain object. It came from mountains and would hover for some distance, not for sure if it was huge. They also had a live image a saucer flying over Mexico City on tape from a person in a crowd. Man those people were busting their chops to get in to cover.
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    "I saw forty of them flying in formation over New Mexico!" Dennis Hopper..Easy Rider.


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    Texas UFO Mystery Solved?
    FORT WORTH (CBS 11 News)

    The mystery of the Stephenville UFOs might have been solved.

    Today the Air Force Reserve said on the night of January 8, ten F-16 fighter jets were conducting training flights in the area. Many of the suspected UFO sightings took place on that night.

    Originally, the 301st Fighter Wing at the Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base said none of its jets were in the area that night.

    In a statement today, a Wing spokesman says they made a mistake and that jets were flying in the Stephenville area that evening.

    The Air Force no longer investigates UFOs.

    About 200 UFO sightings are reported each month, mostly in California, Colorado and Texas, according to the Mutual UFO Network, which plans to go to the 17,000-resident town of Stephenville to investigate.

    Fourteen percent of Americans polled last year by The Associated Press and Ipsos say they have seen a UFO.

    UFO sightings have been reported all over the world for centuries, including the infamous 1897 crash of a cigar-shaped object near the tiny Texas town of Aurora. While some thought it was a hoax, decades later investigators from UFO groups said evidence suggests the disfigured pilot's body buried that day was an alien.

    In Chicago in late 2006, some United Airlines pilots and other employees reported seeing a saucer-shaped craft hovering over O'Hare Airport before shooting up through the clouds. But federal officials said nothing showed up on the radar and explained it as some type of weather phenomenon.

    In 1997, dozens of people saw lights in a V-formation over Phoenix, a mystery that was captured on videotape and spurred calls for a government investigation. A few months later people reported a similar sight over Las Vegas.

    One of the most famous cases was the 1947 crash on a ranch near Roswell, N.M. Although the government said it was a top-secret weather balloon, an Army officer who helped recover the debris came forward 30 years later claiming a cover-up, asserting that an alien spacecraft had crashed. Reports later surfaced that a base nurse told someone that autopsies were performed on aliens from the wreckage.

    (© 2008 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)

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    The government says the same thing over and over, cant they just tell the truth


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    Quote Originally Posted by RifleMan20 View Post
    The government says the same thing over and over, cant they just tell the truth
    I don't think they can...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Blue_Book

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickdfresh View Post
    Solved?

    Texas UFO Mystery Solved?
    FORT WORTH (CBS 11 News)

    Fourteen percent of Americans polled last year by The Associated Press and Ipsos say they have seen a UFO.

    (© 2008 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)

    Are there that many people in America called Bubba and Billy Joe driving pick-ups?

    And the answer is: Quite possibly.

    Across the United States, Americans own approximately one pickup for every eight people.
    http://www.desertexposure.com/200503...al_divide.html

    That's 12.5% of Yanks with pick ups against 14% having seen a UFO.

    Spooky, isn't it?

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    ah, america in all its modern glory! cure for cancer? Renewable energy source? Longer lasting lightbulb? nope were too busy looking for the "Thing" from Uranus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rising Sun* View Post
    Are there that many people in America called Bubba and Billy Joe driving pick-ups?

    And the answer is: Quite possibly.

    http://www.desertexposure.com/200503...al_divide.html

    That's 12.5% of Yanks with pick ups against 14% having seen a UFO.

    Spooky, isn't it?
    Quiet. I have one. But I need it for the country. The locals will laugh at you if you are seen driving a hotrod down the two lane country road or pulling horses with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rising Sun* View Post
    Are there that many people in America called Bubba and Billy Joe driving pick-ups?

    And the answer is: Quite possibly.

    http://www.desertexposure.com/200503...al_divide.html

    That's 12.5% of Yanks with pick ups against 14% having seen a UFO.

    Spooky, isn't it?
    Actually, one of the most famous "credible" UFO cases involves and Australian cargo pilot being trailed by huge object over the Pacific Ocean in 1979...


    And is a pickup truck any more hickish than an eight cylinder Holden?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickdfresh View Post
    Actually, one of the most famous "credible" UFO cases involves and Australian cargo pilot being trailed by huge object over the Pacific Ocean in 1979...
    Wasn't over the Pacific, but Bass Strait, which is where the ocean starts south of where I am.

    Remember it well.

    Never been satisfactorily explained if you believe in UFO's, but experienced pilots tend to believe he was an inexperienced pilot with limited instrument flying experience and he just fell into the old problem of not believing his instruments and got disoriented and thought he was being chased by the moon or something. For those not familiar with it, there's lots of stuff on it on UFO and other sites. http://www.google.com.au/search?hl=e...tich+ufo&meta=

    What's a lot more impressive was the film by a TV crew following Valentich's disappearance, which deserves more attention than Valentich's disappearance because of the experienced air crew and ground staff and radar verifications of the unexplained objects. I remember seeing it at the time and not seeing a satisfactory explanation. http://www.scientificexploration.org...accabee/3.html


    And is a pickup truck any more hickish than an eight cylinder Holden?
    A classic (i.e. normally aspirated) GM V8 (308 ci only - 252 ci hardly worth casting ) may power a Holden Statesman of relative refinement for a gentleman (by Australian standards, both of refinement and gentleman ) in its sedan form or, in its lesser utility configurations, a basic carriage for our finest hicks, as in the following link, although many of our hicks have surprisingly succumbed to the lure of fuel injection and other things way beyond the ken of true hicks. http://images.google.com.au/images?h...-8&sa=N&tab=wi

    These utes reach their full hick mating potential at B&S balls, where circle work is prohibited but universally undertaken with great enthusiasm. http://groups.msn.com/NSWBSBallConnection/ Wander through that site to see Australia's finest, at their finest, for example down the left column on the home page as well as featured collections like http://groups.msn.com/vicbsballconnection (See if you can spot tankgeezer in one of the photos )If you don't feel like marrying some of those sheilas, who are dead set goers, there's something wrong with you.

    Any Yank sheila ought to go a bit damp in the gusset and get the wedding trembles when she sees quality husband material like this.


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    LoL! nice pic.

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