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zenlight69
14th Aug 2006, 12:15
geocities com zenlight69 :rolleyes:

Solid Rust Twotter
14th Aug 2006, 12:22
Your editor will be so proud of you....:E

Buster Hyman
14th Aug 2006, 12:31
You joined Pprune to post that?:rolleyes:

I hope the probe didn't hurt too much...http://www.clicksmilies.com/s0105/starwars/star-wars-smiley-020.gifhttp://www.clicksmilies.com/s0105/aktion/action-smiley-043.gif

djk
14th Aug 2006, 13:36
the strangest thing is that even though they started this thread, the number of posts they have appears to be at zero

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Wedge
14th Aug 2006, 13:59
This one really fascinates me......

http://www.ufoevidence.org/cases/case31.htm

SXB
14th Aug 2006, 14:10
How would you know if a UFO sighting was genuine ?

Choxolate
14th Aug 2006, 14:28
Yes I can report that I have genuinely seen a flying object that I could not identify. It was either a crow or a rook but was too far away to make a positive id.

I claim my five pounds.

Jerricho
14th Aug 2006, 14:52
Come on peeps, this could be a genuine inquiry into what many people don't openly want to admit to or talk about...........awwww who am I kidding. :cool:

colmac747
14th Aug 2006, 15:40
I can't be bothered to msg you, but since i stay 5 miles away from the The UFO capital of the World (http://www.ufoarea.com/events_bonnybridge_ufo.html), this site might interest you and your editor:p

I'm sure there's loads of links to pics and photoshop images in there:ok:

Strangely, i have seen strange lights in the sky, but have always thought..."Oh, that'll be them UFO's over Bonnybridge again":8

Buster Cherry
14th Aug 2006, 16:22
Strangely, i have seen strange lights in the sky,

That`ll be the Magners Colmac.

G-CPTN
14th Aug 2006, 17:11
How would you know if a UFO sighting was genuine ?
GENUINE UFOs self-destruct. Once they are identified (either as terrestrial or, extra-terrestrial) they are no longer UNIDENTIFIED. :ugh:

That`ll be the Magners Colmac.
Nah! Colmac's a Buckie man . . .

zoink
14th Aug 2006, 17:54
That`ll be the Magners Colmac.

or Bulmers to us irish folk

MagnusP
15th Aug 2006, 09:21
the strangest thing is that even though they started this thread, the number of posts they have appears to be at zero
Posts
I thought JB posts didn't count any more.

djk
15th Aug 2006, 14:32
I thought JB posts didn't count any more.

I'm sure they do, JB is the only forum I post in these days

Halfbaked_Boy
15th Aug 2006, 14:57
This one really fascinates me......
http://www.ufoevidence.org/cases/case31.htm

That is quite a remarkable, interesting read, and I have no doubts as to the professionalism of the pilots in question, but how come none of the passengers saw the UFO?

Cheers, Jack.

Beetlejuice
15th Aug 2006, 14:59
I was on watch one night in the Tower when this very apologetic young man phoned me to say he had just seen this light in the sky rushing backwards and forwards much, much faster than any aircraft could possibly fly and was it a UFO? Turned out, it was the searchlight on a Police helo miles away!

...............I hate clear nights!

woolyalan
15th Aug 2006, 15:06
That is quite a remarkable, interesting read, and I have no doubts as to the professionalism of the pilots in question, but how come none of the passengers saw the UFO?

Cheers, Jack.

Ah, that would be because the pilots had a bit to much to drink before work :} and the passengers were sober

or it could be that it was a cargo plane?

colmac747
15th Aug 2006, 15:14
Boo!!!!!!!!! (http://www.crowdedskies.com/images/2.10.04/800_v2%20copy.jpg):{ :{

G-CPTN
15th Aug 2006, 18:28
That is quite a remarkable, interesting read, and I have no doubts as to the professionalism of the pilots in question, but how come none of the passengers saw the UFO?
Cheers, Jack.
As SLF it's virtually impossible to see approaching traffic.
Unless you are travelling in a small 'exec' plane and the cabin door is open. Had the 'pleasure' of seeing two F111s pass us on a reciprocal heading!

madherb
15th Aug 2006, 19:18
Colmac wtf did you find that piccie of my ex????

Two's in
15th Aug 2006, 22:41
Do you think aliens are also being burdened by the new security measures before they set off? Could effect the number of sightings, after all toothpaste is toothpaste, wherever you apply it.

matt_hooks
15th Aug 2006, 22:52
Something going past at high speed, late at night. I guess with the 737 descending at about 200 knots, the closing speed of another a/c on a reciprocal heading woulda been pretty high. It's intriguing that the pilot says he couldn't really see it but then he saw enough of it to "know" it wasn't a military aircraft!

My guess would be a transiting US military stealth jet, though why on earth they'd be transiting at that altitude I don't know!

Bearing in mind this was in 95, wasn't this right in the early development of the F111 and F117? I can easily see how that description could be an F117, and the high speed would be right too!

Or maybe it was an alien, who the hell knows?!

Buster Hyman
15th Aug 2006, 23:02
95, wasn't this right in the early development of the F111
Nope. F111 was a 50's / 60's design.

matt_hooks
15th Aug 2006, 23:04
Nope. F111 was a 50's / 60's design.

Sorry, you are of course correct.

But the F117 would have been around about that time!

G-CPTN
16th Aug 2006, 00:10
F117:- The Lockheed 'Skunkworks' in California started development of this aircraft in 1978 and the first flight was made in 1981. Delivery was made to the USAF between 1982 and 1990 and totaled 54 aircraft.