From: Steven Kaeser <steve.nul> Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2007 08:21:27 -0500 Fwd Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2007 09:19:53 -0500 Subject: Re: Crucial O'Hare UFO Footage? - Kaeser >From: Jason Gammon <BoyintheMachine.nul> >To: ufoupdates.nul >Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2007 00:33:08 EST >Subject: Re: Crucial O'Hare UFO Footage? >>From: Martin Shough <parcellular.nul> >>To: <ufoupdates.nul> >>Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2007 08:10:35 -0000 >>Subject: Re: Crucial O'Hare UFO Footage? >>>From: Jason Gammon <BoyintheMachine.nul> >>>To: ufoupdates.nul >>>Date: Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:00:34 EST >>>Subject: Re: Crucial O'Hare UFO Footage? >>>Here is the link for the video. >>>http://tinyurl.com/yxkjby >>>I might add that at first I was not impressed as there was no >>>indication that said objects were actually in the air. Later in >>>the video, shots of a busy street or highway were included which >>>shows the objects were indeed in the air near the horizon. Said >>>objects do not look like flares or any civilian aircraft I am >>>familiar with. >>List >>I was puzzled by this initially but showed it to a friend who >>works in aviation and I now believe these lights are probably >>landing lights of inbound aircraft queueing many miles distant, >>thus appearing to move only very slowly. FYI his opinion below: ><snip> >Such an explanation is the one which comes to mind for most >people, myself included. Having a father, retired Air Force, >stationed at an airport, as well as living on base for several >years, has given me many an opportunity to view landing craft >and their associated lights. I must admit that I have only >witnessed 3-4 planes preparing to land at once, and never the >six or so as as implied on tape. >With regard to the video, the lights do indeed appear odd. Had >such formation occurred anywhere other than an airport then I >personally feel this video would have definitely triggered >another 'Phoenix'-type event. This said, I lean toward it being >95% likely due to conventional craft. The fact that the witness >has recently stated that he watched the lights for approximately >thirty to forty minutes only lends credence to a more mundane >explanation. >Now, the real question is, What must we do to get a hold of a >copy, assuming the original existed, of the November incident? >C'mon folks, someone's got to 'take one for the team.' I would >rather not wait for a lethargic FOIA request and response. I'm not sure why you have an impression that FOIA efforts weren't invoked the day after the incident? They can take months to resolve and Dr. Haines is unlikely to give any kind of information out until his Final Report is available. I would guess that won't be until the latter part of this year. It took almost a year and a half to finally develop the full report of the incident at Andrews AFB several years ago, and that case had also become mired in Internet discussion from multiple researchers who were all acting on their own. Around dusk and dawn we have lights hanging in the sky all around Washington, with numerous transport helicopters joined by radio traffic choppers and the landing lights as planes track down the Potomac River toward Reagan National, or across the sky toward Dullas International. Often these appear to be just hanging in the air, and they're so numerous one doesn't pay much attention any more. Given that most of the Downtown area is a No Fly Zone, I'm amazed at the traffic. But unless one acts in a bizarre manner, there's no reason to suspect something alien - IMO.
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