When a massive UFO buzzed an Airline over Alaska
Over 30 years ago on the 17th of November, Japan Air Lines flight 1628 was on a routine flight from France to Japan overflying Alaska; when it encountered a massive object in plain sight of the cargo aircraft’s Pilot and crew.
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This event now famously called the JAL 1628 incident changed the paradigm about UFO encounters. Not that there were no previous encounters between airlines and UFO’s; yet this incident was reported by the Pilot to the FAA and the event got etched in UFO history as one of the most credible sightings.
Besides the Pilot reporting the UFO encounter, the Air Route Traffic Control Center in Anchorage, Alaska, also acknowledged sighting of the UFO on its radars. Read more
by Martin Willis
There is a buzz going around about Denver that you probably have heard, an anonymous person claims he is filming UFOs over Denver, and everybody is talking about it. He contacted a Fox 31 News reporter, brought the film in and showed her the footage.
Watch news clip here.
Fox 31 then took their own cameraman to the area and filmed the same thing with the same results which all occurred between noon and 1 PM.
“That is not an airplane, that is not a helicopter, those are not birds… I can’t identify it,” aviation expert, FAA accident prevention counselor, and former pilot Steve Cowell told Fox 31. [sic]
Why would this gentleman be filming every day for months and what was he filming? Additionally, why would he slow down his film to look at it? Regardless, there is no question that the film does show something. But is it an unidentified flying bug (UFB), or is it a UFO?