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American Airlines, FBI, and FAA confirm crew reported high-speed cylindrical UFO over New Mexico on Feb 21, 2021.

A Cylindrical UFO spotted over Laredo, Texas American Airlines Flight 2292 was en route from Cincinnati, Ohio to Phoenix, Arizona on February 21, 2021 when the crew spotted a high-speed cylindrical object at approximately 37,000 feet near Clayton, New Mexico. About 9 minutes later, the pilot contacted Albuquerque Air Route Traffic Control Center in a recording captured by amateur radio listeners. "This is 2292. Do you have any targets up here? We just had something go right over the top of us. I hate to say this, but it looked like a long, cylindrical object that almost looked like a cruise missile type of thing—moving really fast and went right over the top of us." Local air traffic interfered with the transmission and Albuquerque Center was unable to

Traveling freak gives us scariest mugshot of the year – Paradox, the Dutchess of Hell, arrested in Lubbock

Lubbock, Texas officers arrested 29-year-old Albuquerque, New Mexico native Mara Paradox on a marijuana possession charge and booked “her” into the county jail this week. Beyond what you can see in the mugshot above, Paradox (formerly Chance Davis) is indeed “different”. She has undergone gender transition, changed her surname, and installed various body modifications, including face piercings, body tattoos, horn implants, and tattooed eyeballs to complete her jailhouse corpse look. Paradox worked at the Venice Beach Freakshow where she ate glass, hung hooks from her eyelids, and laid upon a bed of machetes. Earlier this year, she had a friend chop off her ring finger in order to leave her left hand looking like a lobster claw. Now that she’s bailed out of jail, she is expected

Five crystal-clear disc-shaped UFO photos from Albuquerque, New Mexico circa-1962 turn up in grandmother’s photo album

An anonymous couple came forward this week with an amazing set of five crystal-clear photos of a daytime disc-shaped UFO taken sometime between 1961 and 1965 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The man and his wife were going through old personal belongings when they discovered a 50-year-old photo album belonging to his wife’s grandmother. The wife recognized the photos as pictures taken around the time she was born (1962) when her grandfather was a Captain in the United States Air Force and stationed in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She recalled the family living in Albuquerque from 1961 through 1965 (the Sandia Mountains can be seen in the background and indeed appear to be the section of the mountain range located near the Kirkland Air Force Base). The husband

New Mexico witness spots strange shape-shifting UFO near Kirkland Air Force Base

News is beginning to bubble out regarding a February 2013 UFO sighting of a strange shape-shifting craft in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  The object began as a teardrop-shaped object before morphing into a diamond-shaped craft and finally into the all-to-familiar triangle shape with large round lights. On February 14, 2013, the witness was stopped at a traffic light when they spotted a pencil lead, gray colored streak out of the corner of their eye.  According to the witness, they originally it was a plastic bag being swept up by a gust of wind. “The traffic was heavy; the sky was 100 % clear, with no apparent wind. Out of boredom I looked up to find the "plastic bag." I saw a dark gray teardrop-shaped object high up. It

Fast moving UFOs caught on video shot in Albuquerque New Mexico

Many people were taking pictures of the sky Saturday night because of the recent storm but one viewer caught something different while trying to shoot the clouds.  This video was sent to an Albuquerque news station from viewer Cesar Garcia. He was recording the clouds near the corner of Blake and Unser streets in Albuquerque when he inadvertently captured a strange object flying by.  The object gets brighter towards the end and you can faintly see another one trailing it. This all happened around 6 p.m. Saturday. Garcia said he didn't even notice it until after he played back the video. And of course in the obligatory "save face" response, the newscasters mock the video towards the end… Early detractors suggested lens flare as the culprit but