UFOs


I think the J.F.K. assassination is probably the biggest conspiracy theory of all time, and it’s probably still the one that acts as the gateway for most folks who wander the mazes…











Multiple San Franciscans captured footage of mysterious lights flying over the city’s Mission District. The local CBS affiliate reports:

(Apologies for video quality. The station’s own embed code was non-functional.)

Via CBS:

In the video, a series of lights fly in formation above the city before appearing to take a diamond shape and eventually disappearing.

Several commenters on the Mission Mission blog said that they had also noticed the aircraft.

The video, which shows seven lights in a row, was shot by Enrique Barrios with his cellphone.

“Looked like flame, you know, fireballs in the sky,” Barrios said in an interview with CBS 5.

David Shelley took pictures as the lights hovered over him early Sunday Morning. “Kind of looked like a fiery, floaty thing,” he said.

Witnesses said the lights flickered on and off, then took different shapes.

What do you think? Ball lightning? Swamp gas?




LiveScience explores UFO buffs’ stories of the mysterious Men in Black. Were any of these stories true? It is of course possible that at some point dark-suited men from government agencies made inquiries…



Via The Occult Section:

New York Nets guard Deron Williams reports [sic] told GQ that he saw a UFO during Hurricane Sandy.

GQ: Was there a particular “New York moment” during the Hurricane? Did you see something that’d made you think, “That’d only happen in this city”?

Well, I don’t know if you’d call this a “New York moment”, but I definitely saw something I’d never seen before. The night all the power went out, I was standing out on my balcony, looking outside the window. Out of nowhere, I saw this big green flash across the sky. It wasn’t lightning. It looked… It looked like a UFO.

You can read more about Deron’s sighting of what was totally not an exploding transformer like you’ve probably seen during storms here at USA Today.