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On Saturday, September 8, 2007, 49-year-old Ruud Schmidt was camping for the weekend with his family in Petten, Holland, when Ruud and his wife saw an object in the sky that reminded them of a "spider" and he took twelve photographs with his Nikon camera. He waited until now to release them into the public for feedback.
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A California security guard saw the dark silhouette like the side of a nose cone in the falling space debris near Needles, California, on May 14, 2008. Four months later in August, he saw UFOs that convinced him there are vehicles above Earth that can respond to human thought.
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There were unsettling eyewitness reports in the 14th Century from China to Europe of bright lights in the skies that emitted "mists" and foul-smelling ground fogs associated with figures in dark cloaks waving "scythes" during "The Black Death" in which nearly half of the European population died from plague.
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In the early morning of mid-December 2001, "David Smith" had gone deer hunting in southern Ohio. But what he encountered has haunted his life since. First was a bizarre noise, then a beam containing snow melt droplets rising into a ring-shaped craft with three long antennas. The ring craft, or dragonfly drone, began to spin rapidly in complete silence. The hunter found himself waking up on the ground ten hours later, the soles of his leather boots completely melted.
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A June 2003 dragonfly-shaped aerial "drone" report from Hartshorne, Oklahoma, and November 2007 aerial "drone" report from Van Buren, Arkansas. In May to June 2007, Earthfiles reported eyewitness accounts about the dragonfly-shaped aerial "drones," which spanned a time line from 1987 to current day. But, no one knows their source or mission.
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Since early January 2008, and on going, there have been dozens of reports of lights moving in rapid and strange patterns and changing shapes southwest of Dallas/Fort Worth in the Dublin and Stephenville, Texas, region. A local reporter was ordered to stop reporting about the UFO activity, but resigned instead.
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On October 1, 2007, between 7:30 and 8:15 PM, four adults and two teenagers watched orange-white spheres, small glowing discs, red lights and a football-field-sized aerial triangle that moved at treetop level without a sound. A red laser beam is associated with lost time and the next night, non-humans might have shown up in the yard of two of the eyewitnesses.
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Late in 1988, U. S. Army remote viewer, Mel Riley, reported that an unidentified bright light on an American satellite photograph was a craft that had humanoid people in it and was hovering above a nuclear storage facility. The remote viewers found the craft and humanoids came from sub-surface locations on our moon, and Mars, and that they would also land in sub-surface locations on Earth.”
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Red-orange, fiery spheres of light in the air and near the ground were seen by law enforcement and ranchers all over North America back in the late 1960s to early 1970s. Eyewitnesses linked the appearances of the red-orange balls of fire to animal mutilations and intrusions in nuclear missile bases.
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Journalist Terry Hansen reports circumstantial evidence that the CIA and mafia were behind the creation of the most notorious tabloid in America - the National Enquirer - which began in 1953 reporting more UFO incidents than any other media.