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Collection of historic vintage UFO photos (before we had Photoshop)

During the Golden Age of UFO sightings, the time between 1940 and 1970, thousands of UFO reports were submitted to officials, many of which were held for decades before being released to the public.  Included in these reports are many notable photographs purported to depict UFO's, or flying saucers as they were known at the time.  Below is a collection of the most popular historic UFO photographs from as early as 1870. UFO over Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia. December 29, 1953     This is widely believed to be a photo of the infamous UFO over Westall Scondary College in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, witnessed by more than 200 students and teachers as it descended into an open, grassy field. The only official explanation to date is "experimental craft". 1966   UFO in

Serial killer in Phoenix – multiple residents dead at hands of Serial Street Shooter

Authorities in Phoenix today admitted what many have suspected for quite some time – an active serial killer, dubbed the Serial Street Shooter (or Monster of Maryvale), is leaving a bloody trail across Phoenix, Arizona. Thus far, several killings have been tied to the shooter. The spate of shootings began on March 17, 2016, when a 16-year-old boy was gunned down while walking along the street late at night. The next night, 21-year-old Diego Verdugo-Sanchez was shot while visiting his fiancée’s family. The shootings were followed by two killings in April and two more in June. 55-year-old Krystal Annette White was found dead of a gunshot wound on April 19. 32-year-old Horacio Pena was killed on June 3 after returning home from work. 19-year-old Manuel Castro Garcia was

Interesting UFO night-vision video from SyFy channel’s Ben Hansen – UAP or secret military satellites?

Interesting video from Ben Hansen, host of SyFy channel’s Fact or Faked Paranormal Files television show.  The video was shot on November 16, 2013 during a MUFON event in Phoenix at which Hansen was demonstrating his new Generation 3 night vision equipment.  Witnesses say the UFOs were not visible to the naked eye nor did they have blinking lights like traditional planes.  At first take, you would presume these unknown objects were satellites but what is unusual about this sighting is that the objects are travelling in sync - two pairs of objects flying in a tightly held formation. Many are unaware that the US Navy operates a satellite system known as NOSS (Naval Ocean Surveillance System) which consists of multiple SIGINT (signal intelligence) satellites flying

Multiple UFO reports from Arizona – several independent witnesses report two sets of bright lights hovering in the sky

Several UFO reports arrived from Arizona on Wednesday (1/16/13) while rumors that there is a video of the event is beginning to circulate (we found one video that claimed to be of the event but the objects did not fit the description witness have been providing).  One witness reported seeing four huge, glowing orange-yellow lights in the Phoenix sky.  The sighting began with the witness was driving home and noticed four bright lights in the sky.  He pulled over and began taking pictures with his cell phone when another set of three lights suddenly appeared.  The lights appeared to be connected together as the distance between them never varied.  After a few minutes the lights blinked out. The second report came from Buckeye, Arizona. This witness

The Phoenix Lights – UFO sighting witnessed by thousands of people (1997)

Strange  lights reported over Phoenix, Arizona On March 13, 1997, one of the most massively witnessed UFO sightings occurred in the skies over and around Phoenix, Arizona.  Witnessed by thousands of people and photographed by hundreds, there is no doubt that something was seen over the skies of Phoenix that night.  The question remains - what did they see? The strange lights, which would come to be called The Phoenix Lights (or Lights over Phoenix) were sighted during a three hour period between 7:30 pm and 10:30 pm on March 13.  They covered a 300 mile corridor from the Nevada line through Phoenix to the northern edge of Tucson.  Since thousands of witnesses called local Air Force bases, news stations (including the infamous Coast to Coast radio show),