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UFO's - the logical approach

by Willy / June 29, 2008 11:40 PM PDT

I find anything mysterious, interesting to include the weird. I just like reading bits&pieces of gathered facts or topics of interest. So, here's a website though the topic maybe skeptical to some does provide whatever facts and notes can offer for you to review and past the time away.

link: http://www.waterufo.net/menu.htm

enjoy -----Willy Happy

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I saw a TV program on "water ufos"
by critic411 / June 29, 2008 11:48 PM PDT

I will remain extremely skeptical !!!!!!

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Large area
by Willy / June 30, 2008 7:40 AM PDT

I saw a show on cable that provided some info during a big naval exercise sometime in the late 40's or early 50's. It was a big exercise the largest since WWII. During that time a so-called water ufo appeared numerous times and baffled any attempts though it was reported and observed by naval personnel which of course, kept quiet until later after discharge or retirement in the 70's. Yeah, I know but when at the time it was reported and recorded(of equipment of the time) it did get someone's attention. The ocean is a big place and hardly anything to block your view. -----Willy Happy

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Not water ufo's
by Angeline Booher / June 30, 2008 10:14 PM PDT

....... but there were pilots in the Korean and Vietnam Wars who reported seeing " some objects " that would approach their planes at astonishing speeds, follow alongside at times, then veer off . My brother-in-law was one of those career fighter pilots who flew in both wars

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Pretty lights
by Willy / July 1, 2008 12:14 AM PDT
In reply to: Not water ufo's

The sky is a big place too. Pilots observe objects(or whatever) twist and turn with them and out pace or in sync with them. It wasn't the moon, Venus or swamp gas, hoaxes, and/or birds, so what is it? Its not like they see it isn't an ordinary object, so why in the heck isn't there more credence on the topic. BUT, again for all the times we've observed such, no "hard proof" or in hand item can be attributed to these occurances at least for the "public to judge". That alone makes it even more eerie. ------Willy Happy

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