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Cleveland Has Most UFO Investigators In World

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates.nul>
Date: Sat, 12 May 2007 08:42:42 -0400
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Subject: Cleveland Has Most UFO Investigators In World




Source: NewsNet 5 - Cleveland, Ohio, USA

http://tinyurl.com/2as6ex

May 11, 2007


20 UFO Sightings Reported In NE Ohio In 2 Years

Cleveland Has Most UFO Investigators In World


CLEVELAND -- Experts say the Cleveland area is a hotbed for
UFOs.

For many, the idea is a joke. But others are not so sure.
However, one local group has absolutely no doubt -- in their
view, we are not alone.

NewsChannel5 began with the premise that UFOs are out there.
After all, if people see something in the sky and don't know
what it is, then by definition it remains "unidentified," at
least until it is identified.

Aaron Clark is one of many UFO investigators and a member of the
Cleveland Ufology Project.

The group is not new. It's been around since 1952.

NewsChannel5 reported that Cleveland has the most UFO
investigators in the world.

Some experts speculate on why northeast Ohio?

"There are unusual things that are manmade here. Quite often
they appear to show curiosity with new construction building a
dam or a factory or something, and there is a UFO sighting in
conjunction with it," said UFO investigator Richard Lee.

Two years ago, Olmsted Falls police officers followed bright
lights in the sky after receiving numerous phone calls from
residents who saw strange green and red lights moving across the
sky. They were never identified.

Since then there have been at least 20 reported sightings in
northeast Ohio.

Thousands of sightings are reported every year worldwide. But
experts say just as many go unreported because of skepticism.

They say for people who see something in the sky, it's a life-
changing experience.

"Affects their life, affects their religion, affects their
relationships. I've known people who have become divorced
because of their experiences," said Lee.

The next Cleveland Ufology Project meeting is May 19, at Busch
Funeral Home at 501 Ridge Road in Parma. Start time is 7:30 p.m.

For more information, log onto their Web site.\:

http://www.clevelandufo.com/meetings.html


[Thanks to Greg Boone for the lead]




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