Friday, October 24, 2008

Japanese climbers find Yeti footprints

Japanese climbers returning from a mountain in western Nepal said they had found footprints they think belonged to the abominable snowman or Yeti.
"We saw three footprints which looked like that of human beings," Kuniaki Yagihara, a member of the Yeti Project Japan, said in Kathmandu, after returning from the mountain with photographs of the footprints.
The climbers, equipped with long-lens cameras, video cameras and telescopes, said, however that they did not see or take any photographs of the creature.
The Yeti is said to live in the Himalayan regions of Nepal and is largely regarded by the scientific community as a mythical creature.
Yagihara, 61, said the creature's footprints were found on snow at an altitude of about 4,800 metres in the Dhaulagiri mountain range in western Nepal.
"We know how the footprints of bear, deer and mountain goat look like and it was none of that," he said. "We believe it is that of Yeti."
Yagihara and his team, supported by Sherpas, spent six weeks on the lower reaches of the 7,661-metre Dhaulagiri IV looking for evidence of the beast's existence.
Sherpas narrate tales of a wild hairy creature roaming the Himalayas, capturing the imagination of foreign climbers of Mount Everest since the 1920s. Those stories prompted many, including Sir Edmund Hillary, to carry out Yeti hunts.
In August, two men in the United States claimed they had found the remains of a half-man, half-ape Bigfoot, which actually turned out to be a rubber gorilla suit.
Some other climbers have also claimed to have found Yeti footprints, but no one has yet actually seen it or produced irrefutable proof.
Yagihara, the manager of a mountain museum in Japan, said he believes the creature exists. "If I don't believe on Yeti I would never come."

'I was ordered to shoot down UFO'

An American jet fighter pilot has spoken of the day he was scrambled to try to shoot down a UFO in British airspace more than 50 years ago.
Lieutenant Milton Torres was based in Britain on May 20, 1957 when he received the order: get up there, arm all weapons and fire on sight.
He climbed into his Sabre jet, took off from a Royal Air Force base in Kent and headed east, spotting on his radar the blip that his superiors had judged to be hostile and probably Russian.
The dot indicated an object about the size of a B52 bomber about 24km away and Torres set a course, rockets at the read, to catch it.
But the aircraft vanished. The blip on the radar was gone too.
Torres has finally spoken of his top secret mission following the declassification of Ministry of Defence files, cited by The Times newspaper, that relate to reported incidents of unidentified flying objects in British airspace.
Torres, now 77, told The Times that the day after he was scrambled from the RAF base he received a visit from an American in a trenchcoat who waved a National Security Agency identity card at him and warned him that, if he ever revealed what had happened, he would never fly again.
He took the warning to heart and said nothing until 1988 when, through a solicitor with an interest in ufology, he sent the Ministry of Defence a report giving a full account of the incident.
That narrative has now been released by Britain's National Archives.
"I shall never forget it, and for the last 50 years I have been waiting for an explanation, but I've never had one," he told The Times.
"On that night I was ordered to open fire even before I had taken off. That had never happened before.
"I was ready to hit the target with all 24 rockets: it would have been like buckshot out of a shotgun. I asked for authentication of the order to fire and I received it."
Neither Torres, who was 24 at the time, nor the pilot of a second Sabre flying behind, actually saw what was making the strong blip on their radars.
Since the incident, Torres has become more convinced that the object, travelling at speed and performing manoeuvres beyond the capability of any known aircraft at that time, was an alien UFO.
"The blip was burning a hole in the radar with its incredible intensity. It was similar to a blip I had received from B52s and seemed to be a magnet of light. It had the proportions of a flying aircraft carrier," he wrote, according to The Times.
But David Clarke, a UFO expert and lecturer in journalism at Sheffield Hallam University, has offered an alternative explanation.
He said that in the 1960s it emerged that the CIA had been engaged in a secret project codenamed Palladium, in which advanced equipment was used to create simulated radar blips close to Soviet airspace.
Dr Clarke told The Times that he thought it was linked to clandestine flights over the Soviet Union of the American U2 spy plane.
But he added, "this doesn't explain why Milton Torres was scrambled and ordered to open fire".

Monday, October 13, 2008

UFO close up footage - Istanbul 2007

This extraordinary incident took place in a compound in Kumburgaz/Istanbul was witnessed by many residents and filmed by the same night guard Yalcin Yalman as it was in 2007,)The images captured are expected to have a tremendous impact throughout the world and be listed as "the most important UFO/extraterrestrial images ever filmed in the all World"During the 4months, between May and September 2008, many nationwide UFO sightings were reported from different parts of Turkey, while some of them were filmed and photographed and aired. Within the same period of time, these objects also witnessed by the residents of Kumburgaz/Yeni Kent Compound, caught on video several times by a night guard named Yalcin Yalman and these footages are considered as the closest and the most significant images ever filmed around the world.

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Reptilians - Reptilian Aliens and Dinosauroids

Did a UFO Crash near Needles California earlier this summer?

May 14th, 3am, a large object with a turquoise hue streaked across the sky plummeting to earth south of Las Vegas near Needles California, just west of the Colorado River.
Frank Costigan who worked as the chief of airport security at L.A.X. for seven years saw it because he got up at 3am to let his cat out. He said that this object was not a meteorite because it traveled at a high rate of speed and then slowed down just before speeding up again and then disappeared behind a hill where it was assumed to have crashed just out of site from witnesses. Costigan said, "It was bright, bright enough that it illuminated the ground." Costigan also stated, "It went behind a hill, and I waited to see if I could hear it crash because as big as it was, it was bound to make noise," However he never heard a sound.

OCTOBER 14TH UFO PREDICTION: Last Update Until Showtime

On October 14th, 2008, hundreds of thousands of people around the world will train their eyes to the skies in the hopes of seeing whether or not Australian chaneller Blossom Goodchild made good on her prediction: that a massive Extraterrestrial spacecraft and its occupants would visit planet Earth and allow their presence to be known internationally for a minimum of three days.
Goodchild went public with her message from The Federation of Light on August 22nd of this year, in the form of a simple e-mail sent to 125 of her contacts. The announcement spread quickly (without her knowledge and help for the most part) via YouTube videos as well as blogs and web sites. In fact, the topic is so hot that in online forums dedicated to ufology or the paranormal, it is the only thing many members can talk (and argue) about.
Since August, Blossom herself has appeared on several Internet Radio shows and with hosts such as; Mike Quinsey, Lia Ramses (Underworld), Captain Jack (Paranormal Radio), and others to help promote the message. The mainstream media of course, have chosen to leave the topic alone, save for a few local and regional outlets such as;, The Independent Online, The Clanton Advertiser, and