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Best UFO Cases: Rendlesham Belgium Falcon Lake Lake Michigan MP4 DVD

Best UFO Cases: Rendlesham Belgium Falcon Lake Lake Michigan MP4 DVD
Best UFO Cases: Rendlesham Belgium Falcon Lake Lake Michigan MP4 DVD
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The Best UFO Cases: The Rendlesham Forest Incident, The Belgium UFO Wave, The Falcon Lake Incident And The 1994 Michigan UFO Event - Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An MP4 Video Download Or Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD! (Color, 1996, 48 Minutes.)


The Rendlesham Forest Incident was a series of two UFO encounters and landings near Rendlesham Forest in Suffolk, England on late December 26 and 28, 1980 just outside RAF Woodbridge Air Force Station, which was being used at the time by the United States Air Force (USAF). USAF personnel, including deputy base commander Lieutenant Colonel Charles I. Halt, personally encountered a UFO at close range. The occurrence is the most famous UFO events to have happened in the United Kingdom, and is among the best-known reported UFO events worldwide. It has been compared to the Roswell UFO incident in the United States and is sometimes referred to as "Britain's Roswell". The UK Ministry of Defence has stated the event posed no threat to national security, and therefore, it was never investigated as a security matter, despite the fact that nuclear weapons were stationed at the base.

The Belgian UFO Wave was a series of sightings of triangular UFOs in Belgium, which lasted from November 29, 1989 to April 1990. Many of the reports related a large object flying at low altitude. Some reports also stated that the craft was of a flat, triangular shape, with lights underneath. The Belgian UFO wave peaked with the events of the night of March 3031, 1990, when one UFO was tracked on radar, and two Belgian Air Force F-16s were sent to investigate, with neither pilot reporting seeing the object. At around 23:00 on March 30, the supervisor for the Control Reporting Center (CRC) at Glons received reports that three unusual lights were seen moving towards Thorembais-Gembloux, which lies to the southeast of Brussels. Glons CRC requested the Wavre gendarmerie send a patrol to confirm the sighting. Approximately 10 minutes later, some reports stated that a second set of lights were seen, moving towards the first triangle. Traffic Center Control at Semmerzake tracked one object only on its radar, and an order to scramble two F-16 fighters from Beauvechain Air Base was given. Throughout this time, people saw this event the ground, describing the whole formation as maintaining their relative positions while moving slowly across the sky. Over the next hour, the two scrambled F-16s attempted nine separate interceptions of the targets. On three occasions, they managed to obtain a radar lock for several moments. After 00:30, radar contact became much more sporadic and the final confirmed lock took place at 00:40. Following several further unconfirmed contacts, the F-16s eventually returned to base shortly after 01:00.

The Falcon Lake Incident was an encounter with several UFOs on May 20, 1967, at Falcon Lake, located in the Whiteshell Provincial Park in southeastern Manitoba, Canada. Stefan "Steve" Michalak saw two objects hovering around 45 metres (150 ft) away from him and emitting a reddish glow. He described the objects as "cigarette-shaped things with humps in the middle." Michalak initially assumed the objects were American experimental aircraft. One of the objects landed on a nearby rocky platform, and took on a disk shape, while the other craft flew off after hovering in the air for several minutes. Michalak, while observing the landed craft, took time to sketch the object which landed in front of him for half an hour, before deciding to approach the craft. He attempted to find any identifying insignia; finding none, and observed that the craft noticeably lacked any seams and noted the metallic surface appeared smooth, resembling colored glass. It was 10.5 metres (34 ft) in length, and 4.5 metres (15 ft) in height. The landed craft also changed in color between grey and red, and resembled "hot stainless steel", with a golden glow emanating around the vehicle. Michalak recalled the scent of sulphur and the warm air emitted by the craft, and hearing the sounds of a whirring motor as well a hissing sound from air being expelled. According to Michalak, he observed that the craft had an open door on its side with bright lights and within the craft he could hear the voices of individuals which were muffled by the sounds produced. Michalak claimed that the speakers sounded human, with two discernible voices, one higher than the other. Michalak says he initially attempted to communicate with the "Yankee boys" in English and offered mechanical support, assuming the pilots were experiencing mechanical difficulties. His exclamation silenced the talking he had heard. When he did not hear a response, Michalak says he attempted to communicate with the individuals in Polish, Russian, and finally German. Michalak claimed that he continued to interact with the craft despite the lack of a response and approached it, donning his pair of welding goggles as protection. Within the craft, Michalak claimed to have seen light beams and panels flashing various colors. The craft appeared empty, and as he walked away, three panels slid in to seal the craft, and when he touched the craft, he found it so hot that the fingertips of his gloves melted. Michalak says the craft then turned counter-clockwise, revealing a panel with a grid of holes that emitted a blast of heated gas which hit him in the chest, blew him backward, and set fire to his clothing. Michalak says he immediately tore the burning clothing off as the craft flew away. The incident was investigated by various Canadian authorities including the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Royal Canadian Air Force, the Department of Health, Department of National Defence, and American authorities including the Aerial Phenomena Research Organization and the United States Air Force, as a part of the Condon Committee. The incident has been dubbed "Canada's best-documented UFO case" by CBC News and "the world's most documented UFO sighting" by Atlas Obscura.

The 1994 Michigan UFO Event occured on March 8, 1994, when more than 300 people reported a sighting of multiple UFOs in West Michigan, United States.The UFOs were described as resembling flickering Christmas lights, consisting of five or six objects, cylindrically shaped or circles with blue, red, white and green lights. According to Chicago Tribune, there were over 300 witnesses in 42 counties of Michigan (including Muskegon, Ottawa, Berrien and Allegan counties). The sightings were reported to 9-1-1 and were observed by police and a National Weather Service radar at Muskegon County Airport. The Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) interviewed dozens of witnesses. They have ruled out most earthly explanations, such as a small plane, gas, blimp, weather balloon, satellite, shooting star, military aircraft or debris, but affirm that the objects were real.