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UFO Over Mexico's Atizapan Airport

From: Scott Corrales <lornis1.nul>
Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2007 14:22:38 -0400
Fwd Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2007 09:46:01 -0400
Subject: UFO Over Mexico's Atizapan Airport

The Journal of Hispanic Ufology
March 19, 2007

Source: www.analuisacid.com
Date: 03.17.07


Airliner captain Miguel Hernandez Aguirre informed researcher
Alfonso Salazar about the sighting of an unidentified flying
object in the vicinity of Atizapan Airport in the state of

The witness was in the company of a flight instructor aboard a
Cessna 150 aircraft.

They were forced to suspend their take-off maneuvers when they
observed what they thought at first was another airplane about
to come in  for a landing at the airport in question.

This traffic, as Captain Hernandez described it, was descending
as though coming in for a landing, but rather than doing so,
descended into a canyon located on the northern end.

By this time they had been given the green light for take off.
When passing over the highway, the instructor told him that the
strange object was flying above the canyon. Subsequently, [the
Cessna] rose into the air, conducting its normal flight
operations, and they did not see the object again.

According to the description given, the object looked like a
metal sphere; they cannot recall the date with any certainty,
explaining that the event took place several weeks ago, perhaps
in late February or early March 2007.

Captain Hernandez added that  on another occasion, during a
night flight, he witnessed three red lights flying over a hill
adjacent to Atizapan Airport.


Translation (c) 2007, S. Corrales, IHU.
Special thanks to Ana Luisa Cid, Alfonso Salazar and Capt. M.H.Aguirre

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