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UFOs, Project Blue Book, and 2019 Sightings

UFOs, Project Blue Book, and 2019 Sightings

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UFOs, Project Blue Book, and 2019 Sightings

Many Questers have a keen interest in UFOs, because, after all, so much of it is not explained, and there are so many stories about individuals who have had a “UFO experience”.  Now, there is a new TV show on the History Channel called, “Project Blue Book”, that started January 8 2019.  Here is the write up on the show.

Dr. J. Allen Hynek is a brilliant but under appreciated college professor who is recruited by the U.S. Air Force to spearhead an operation called Project Blue Book. He is joined by his partner, Air Force Capt. Michael Quinn as they investigate UFO sightings around the country. They use science to determine what really happened to cause the sighting, and some cases cannot be explained. In those instances, Hynek believes he’s being duped by the government into a larger conspiracy that covers up the truth. It is set in the Cold War and atomic era, and each case blends UFO theories with authentic historical events.  – From www.imdb.com

Check out https://uforum.blogspot.com/ run by RUTKOWS.  He talks about all the current UFO news in the prairie provinces.  His January 15 blog post talks about UFO sightings at La Ronge, SK, and on Lake Winnipeg, just off the town of Jackhead, MB. 

See “UFO Insight – the ever-growing website for UFO encounters, conspiracies, and accounts of strange phenomena. All the articles you will find here are based on factual accounts, real-life claims, and conspiracy theories from across the ages – many of which are increasingly proving to be true.”.www.uforinsight.com

Walk in peace.

Comments (3)

  1. Sheila Clark

    Was curious if citizens are aware that the RCMP use Blackjack drones? That the cold lake “air weapons” range is on the border between SK and AB? Or that there is a Raytheon plant in Calgary? I’m not saying there aren’t legitimate UFOs, only that most UFO sightings are military craft.

  2. Magic Mule

    Granted there is indeed the potential to become aware of something out of norm in a night skyskape. I myself have seen and more distintly heard a low altitude flying, totally blacked out, US long range bomber flying without a light of any sort, flying south to north over Central Alberta, 8mi. east of #2, at approx. 3:00 AM. It was calving time and I was out at that time checking the cattle. The noise that plane created at that altitude and the velocity it was travelling was something I’ll never forget. I couldn’t tell immediately what was in the air until it passed overhead and blocked out a beautiful night sky starscape in the process. Later that day the media news casts did identify that a Cruise Missle test had been conducted by the release of a low flying cruise missile over the Mackenzie Delta, and that Canadian F18’s had been scrambled to incept and track this low flying missle back into Ab.
    I humbly submit that, this preamble, merely severs to remind us the latest and greatest of human engineered flight systems sadly pales in comparison to that of UFO capabilities. There is no question in an observer’s mind, after witnessing UFO event that what they have seen is truly “out of this world”. I have had that privilege once about three years ago, but that wonderful experience could be shared another time. Best Rgds to All

    1. Judith Hirst

      Thanks for add such a fascinating comment.
      Cheers, Judith

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