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UFO Sighting in Bemidji, Minnesota on April 10th 2014 – set my video camera 90 degrees up into the sky, and found 4 different anomalies; with the first being Cylindrical, second being a saucer with a notch out of front center; then 2 saucers(?)

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On 4/10/14, at approximately 10 am; I set up my video camera facing at a 90 degree angle directly up into the sky. When reviewing video at 1/8 speed, I noticed a “cylindrical” shaped object move from the bottom of the screen(from the west), and going to the top right(towards the north)…then following behind it by approximately 5 seconds a second object; which was dark, and shaped much like the object under the Baltic Sea(seriously), was slightly to the right(north) of cylinder, and actually did a “death roll” while in flight, but veered a little further right(North) of cylindrical object.

Several minutes later, I picked up 2 additional objects that appeared to be much higher in the sky(as they were smaller in appearance, and slightly fuzzy;I believe, do to high-level Cyrus type clouds). These appeared from the west(left side of screen); with one moving towards top of screen(East), and the other coming in the screen slightly to the right(north), of first object; moving at a 45 degree angle to the right(North)and center screen. I believe this object was either larger or lower in elevation; as it is more visible.

The ONLY object that can be seen at full speed was the darker object(but very quick). I’ve attached 2 clips for you; one at full speed, then the other is slowed to 1/8 of full speed; and THIS is where you’ll notice the cylinder object coming from bottom right(still very quickly), then the darker craft(also from the bottom right)…then towards the end of clip, you can see the 2 other crafts mentioned come in from the bottom left of screen(they are lighter(I believe due to elevation), and VERY fast as well.

I had filled out another report in March; of which was published with the still shot; and sent a report in regarding the capture I received on 4/6/14; but hadn’t seen it, or heard back. This is a truly amazing catch; because I speculate that the darker craft “might” be one of ours possibly chasing the cylindrical craft; but the “death roll” is VERY OBVIOUS TOO!

I’ve attached the full-speed and 1/8th speed clips; along with stills that show each different crafts caught on video.

Thank you for your hard efforts!!!
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UFO Sighting in Orange, California on March 27th 2014 – Heard a loud helicopter. Looked out window and saw bright light being followed by helicopter.

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Looked out window when I heard a loud helicopter not usually in the area. Saw a bright small single light being followed by a helicopter. Ran out the front door and called my wife to see it pass by the house and head directly towards the west coast. There was no sound from the light and the speed steady and constant. It wasn’t going very fast. There were no flashing lights or colored lights. Very strange.
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UFO in Clouds Hoax: Video ‘Being Deleted all Over Internet, Truth is Happening … – The Epoch Times

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UFO in Clouds Hoax: Video 'Being Deleted all Over Internet, Truth is Happening
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A viral video from several years ago showing a UFO emerging from the clouds is not real. It was created by a Brazilian advertising agency, Atitude Comunicacao, and was for pizza box advertising company, Pizzboxx. There was a follow up video that showed

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Are UFO experts being murdered? New book to investigate ‘pattern’ of deaths – Yahoo News UK

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I get irritated when I hear of someone hoaxing a UFO sighting or ET experience. It is an insult to those of us who have actually had an experience that has changed our outlook, our lives.

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Julian Assange on Being Placed on NSA “Manhunting” List & Secret Targeting of … – Truth-Out

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Julian Assange on Being Placed on NSA "Manhunting" List & Secret Targeting of
Top-secret documents leaked by Edward Snowden have revealed new details about how the United States and Britain targeted the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks after it published leaked documents about the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan. According to a 

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Florida witness recalls ‘being’ watching from hovering UFO

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A Florida couple at Perdido Key reported watching an unknown craft that moved silently out of a dark cloud that approached, hovered under 150 feet above them, and revealed "a being" looking at them, according to February 10…

Florida witness recalls 'being' watching from hovering UFO
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On the Skeptic.com website Michael Shermer ran a video describing skepticism. In this video he claimed ESP, dowsing and creationism have been tested so many times that they are provisionally false.

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Is the history of UAP research in South Australia in need of being rewritten?

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Hi all,

In 2007 I published a detailed look at the history of UAP research in South Australia (click here).
In that article, I stated that the “…very first South Australian UFO organisation was started by Frederick Phillip Stone in 1953,” It was known as the “Australian Flying Saucer Club.

I also reported that in 1955, the “Australian Flying Saucer Research Society” had Fred Stone as President; P D Thomas as Honorary Assistant Secretary, and the Honorary Treasurer was one  L E Hauber.

State Library:

A recent research trip to the South Australian State Library located an article which provides us with additional information on the early days of UAP research in my home state of South Australia.

The article was titled “The Early Days of UFO Research in Australia,” and was written by the same P D Thomas whom I mentioned above, namely Peter D Thomas. The article appeared in number 43, May 1989,  of the “Australian International UFO – Flying Saucer Research” magazine, pages 6-7.

The article:

“Australia was one of the first countries in the world to investigate UFO reports on the initiative of private citizens.

As early as 1951, Eric Hauber and I formed the “South Australian Flying Saucer Research Society,” in Adelaide, the first investigation group in Australia, and with other research-minded colleagues, we held informal meetings to discuss the latest press reports of sightings.

They came mainly from overseas; however there were a few local reports of UFO activity which we pursued where possible, interviewing witnesses and discussing the possible causes. Even at that early stage, patterns were emerging.

We imported Frank Scully’s “Behind the Flying Saucers” (1) and Gerald Heard’s “The Riddle of the Flying Saucers” published in 1950. They were the first two books ever written on the subject of flying saucers (the term UFO did not come into general use until later,) and we studied and discussed them, in great detail, with relevant material from other sources for comparison.

Scully’s book was science fiction come to life, reporting what has since come to be known as “the Roswell Incident,” from New Mexico. At that time such reports were literally incredible, but we approached them with an open mind.

Donald Keyhoe’s book “The Flying Saucers are Real” (1950) gave us a new aspect of the UFO phenomenon. Keyhoe gave evidence not only that the phenomenon was objective, but that the US Air Force was deeply concerned.

Other books appeared, and the one which triggered an explosion of interest in UFOs was “Flying Saucers Have Landed.” Adamski’s story was widely publicised in the press and serialized in the “Australasian Post,” a magazine which led the way in reporting UFO stories in depth.

In 1954 (2) Edgar Jarrold in Sydney formed the Australian Flying Saucer Bureau and published a small, professional, but short-lived magazine (only one issue appeared) before the Bureau closed down at the end of the year.

The AFSB had one representative in South Australia, the late Fred Stone, who however made no headway in research or organisation during 1954 and had minimal support from Sydney.

In December 1954 he contacted me as a result of a letter which I had written to the “Advertiser” (3) about a series of sightings, advocating a serious explaation. Eric Hauber and I had a meeting with Fred Stone and at that meeting he agreed to my proposal to pool our resources as the South Australian Flying Saucer Research Society and hold public meetings.

The “South” was soon dropped from the name as publicity brought support from all over Australia, and the Australian Flying Saucer Research Society became the first national UFO body. It is still functioning 34 years later as Australian International UFO Flying Saucer Research, under the directorship of Colin Norris, which has maintained unbroken the original policy, laid down at the first meeting by Fred Stone, Eric Hauber and myself, of holding regular public meetings to give citizens access to UFO information which was denied them by the official policy of silence.

We published the first issue of the magazine, then named the “Australian Saucer Record,” in March 1955, in  a limited edition of 100 copies (now collectors’ items.) This magazine has also continued publication unbroken, but with a change of name, to the present day.

The first public meeting, held on 4th February 1955, widely publicised by a co-operative press, nationally as well as in South Australia, was a great success with a packed hall, and set the pattern of activities for years to come. It was the first public meeting ever held in Australia on the subject of UFOs.

As well as publicity for the society, the meeting yielded a harvest of enthusiastic member, some of which were active in the society for many years, and also a number of previously unpublished UFO reports which we followed up.

In between monthly public meetings we gave talks to clubs and other groups, and held “saucer sighting days” which were given good publicity by press and radio.

Branches of the AFSRS were set up in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth by the members in those areas, and as those groups expanded their activities and membership they were able to become autonomous and independent, but affiliated, societies.

In 1957 I was asked by the management of radio 5KA to write and take part in a series of documentary programmes titled “Investigation Saucer” based on an interview which I had given on 5KA previously. These ran to eight weekly episodes and included interviews with witnesses, from around the world, and background material. Each episode had a different theme, for instance one introduced the Cartwright magnetic saucer detector, the first practical device intended to register changes in the magnetic field due to a UFO, invented by an AFSRS committee member, Keith Cartwright. (4)

The subsequent history of the organisation is well documented in the quarterly magazine, and is a story of success through the untiring efforts of unpaid but enthusiastic workers.

The support of the media in those early days, when press and radio were locally based, cannot be over looked. These cuttings from the Adelaide “News” are typical of the publicity we received. It is probable that in the 1950′s the citizens of Adelaide were better informed about UFOs than those of any other city in the world.”

“News” article:

“Sources wrong on saucers.”

Bogus flying saucer investigators are operating in Adelaide. A warning against giving information on saucer sightings to unauthorised people was issued today by the Australian Flying Saucer Research Society, Mr P D Thomas.”

(The Adelaide “News” newspaper dated 30 June 1955.)


1. The Adelaide “Advertiser” newspaper dated Saturday 31 March 1951, page 6, carried a review of both Keyhoe’s “The Flying Saucers Are Real” and Scully’s “Behind the Flying Saucers.”

2.  The 1954 date is incorrect. The “Sunday Mail” Brisbane newspaper dated Sunday 21 September 1952 page 3, mentions that 34 year old RAAF storeman Mr Edgar Jarrold started up the AFSB “…a month ago.” In addition, Bill Chalker in a blog post (click here) dates the AFSB as 1952-1955.

3. The Adelaide “Advertiser” dated Monday 27 December 1954 contains a “Letter to the Editor” “Flight of saucers study by SA Association” which mentions P D Thomas.

4. A search through the digitised newspaper collection of the Australian National Library, using the keywords “Keith Cartwright” and “Eric Hauber” failed to locate any newspaper articles which mentioned these two men.

5. I have never before come across a reference to the “South Australian Flying Saucer Research Society.” Certainly its formation date of 1951 is a surprise. If this information is indeed correct ( it was not published until 1989) then the SAFSRS may well have been the oldest known civilian UFO investigation group in Australia.

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