From: Scott Corrales <lornis1.nul> Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2012 11:16:23 -0400 Archived: Thu, 12 Apr 2012 08:50:30 -0400 Subject: This Week at Inexplicata - April 11 2012 INEXPLICATA The Journal of Hispanic Ufology Source: El Tribuno Digital http://tinyurl.com/7atpuxl Date: 10 April 2012 Argentina: VISION OVNI Looks Into Strange Pujato Ground Traces A cornfield that appeared to display strange marks caused astonishment to many citizens of the town of Pujato (Santa Fe Province). The event prompted a visit from member of Vision Ovni, the Victoria-based group devoted to the study of unidentified flying objects. On 5 April, cornstalks standing 2 meters tall were found flattened in the same direction in the middle of a lot. The field is some 2 kilometers distant from Route 33 and the marks were found by Rub=E9n Marelli, the owner, who presented a complaint on the following day. Vision Ovni's science team, consisting of El=EDas Kolev and Andrea P=E9rez Simondini, among others, studied the phenomenon. During a field survey, they found a trail measuring 2.10 meters wide and nearly 600 meters long, which presents side trails that open and mark a sort of figure eight, doubling back on themselves. The ground print begins the moment that the rural gate is traversed, and ends 10 meters from the rural gate on the opposite side of the field. "We were able to find strange prints within the field, presenting a sort of "drag-mark" measuring 10 centimeters by 40 long, ending abruptly in a sort of nest made of sticks, with some very interesting perforations on the ground," noted the research team. Researchers are gathering evidence and eyewitness accounts. "We have a lot of material. We hope to gather more information about the event in upcoming hours," noted Andrea Simondini. [NOTE: El Tribuno gives the landowner's name as "Rub=E9n Marelli", while other media outlets dub him "Raul Marelli"] (Translation (c) 2012, S. Corrales, IHU. Special thanks to Guillermo Gimenez, Planeta UFO) Source:NotiExpress Date: 10 April 2012 Argentina: Pujato Field Owner Dismisses UFO Involvement Raul Marelli, owner of a 32-hectare field in the Pujato area, found a 600 x 2 meter fringe of flatttened vegetation. Local residents stated that an unidentified flying object (UFO) landed on Saturday morning on a cornfield, making its mark. Marelli, a 62-year-old farmer and cattleman, reported to the constabulary of the locality in Santa Fe to make his report, mainly for the damages suffered. What remains unclear is who or what caused the damage. No crops were stolen and no tracks of vehicles vehicles were found in the area. Only the flattened corn stalks. "The property was planted three months ago. There are a few months more before harvest and everything looks flattened. It's a not very straight, rather fertile piece of land, with the plants flattened in the same direction," the property owner told Radio 2 this morning. While he acknowledges not having found the tracks of machinery or a vehicle, the man dismissed the possibility that a flying saucer was involved. "I've been living here for many years and there's never been anything that's led me to think that. But if you want to investigate and change my mind, I've got no problem with it," he said. The man recognizes that even if it was a directed attack, the losses are not considerable. "I don't know what they did it. If it was to cause damage, it was minimum. The finest lot contains 300,000 kilograms of corn. The affected lot has only a thousand, in other words, there are 299,000 left. I don't understand what their intentions were." Police personnel are investigating the event and some researchers are already discussing the possibility that a "crop circle" is involved =96 what is known as a landing strip for flying saucers. "I don't share any of those beliefs. I don't believe," said the farmer. (Translation (c) 2012, S. Corrales, IHU. Special thanks to Guillermo Gimenez, Planeta UFO) Source: NOUFA (Noticiero Ufologico Autonomo) Date: 9 April 2012 Chile: Regarding 'Military Secrecy' NOUFA Newsroom The accident involving a C-212 Aviocar belonging to the Chilean Air Force (FACh), also known as the Juan Fern=E1ndez tragedy, was an aviation disaster that took place at 17:48 hours local time (20:48 UTC) on 2 September 2011 when a C-212-300 Aviocar carrying passengers and a military crew crashed into the sea as it approached Robinson Crusoe Island, Chile. Domestic repercussions were tremendous, as the flight included personalities of the country's television and social elite, plus military figures. The total number of victims came to 21. Interpretations as to the causes of the accident have been changing since the very first moment. Furthermore, new background information has been added as to the reasons for the aircraft's failure: lack of maintenance, insufficient fuel for the journey, excess weight, birds, an undeclared change in pilots, unexpected air turbulence, etc., etc. Now, "military secrecy" is being invoked to the astonishment of the victims and the entire country to conceal errors (not only in this accident, but many others as well...) Moving along to the subject of UFOs, which is what concerns us here, we believe that if the Chilean Air Force (FACh) invokes 'military secrecy' in an air accident involving civilian and military figures alike, we can easily imagine that should something important become known about the UFO phenomenon, the civilian population would be even less able to receive transparent and timely information on the subject from this branch of the military. It is logical to think that this clause can be invoked whether national sovereignty is affected, and while both subjects are not comparable, the subject of UFOs has indeed been treated as a military secret. The foregoing is to reflect yet again that the UFO phenomenon is a hard one to discuss, and we will never know, openly and first- hand, what it really is. Much less if it is the hands of military and official agencies that consider themselves the guardians of our collective security. Declassification by military authorities throughout the world has not revealed anything extraordinary...and we believe that the Truth, and transparency of information, are the greatest protection one can afford the population. A subject that invites earnest reflection. (Translation (c) 2012, S. Corrales, IHU. Special thanks to Raul Nunez and IIEE) Source: www.notiexpress.com.ar/news.cgi/accion=3Dvernew&id=3D132847 Date: 04.08.2012 Argentina: Alleged UFO Sighting and Landing in Pujato (Santa Fe Province) A striking incident shattered the customary peace of Pujato, a community of some 4000 residents located 42 kilometers west of Rosario on Route 33. Several persons claim that a UFO landed in a local field, leaving clear traces in the corn. The owner of a 32 hectare field, and local residents, claim that an unidentified flying object (UFO) landed in the early hours of Saturday on a corn field, crushing a radius of 600 meters long by 2 meters wide on the property. Raul, a 62-year-old farmer and cattleman, reported to the constabulary of this community in the province of Santa Fe to present a complaint, mainly for the damages suffered. What is remarkable is that who or what caused the damage remains unclear. There was neither a crop theft nor traces of vehicle tracks on the soil: nothing but crushed vegetable matter. Those living near the cornfield further reported witnessing a craft with strange lights and colors flying over the area, according to Hector Lopez, a reporter from Radio 2. These people happened to be in the vicinity of the local cemetery (as if the report needed further colorful details) at the entrance to the community on Route 33. The incident took place around 3 o'clock in the morning. The mark left by the putative UFO measures 600 meters long by one meter sixty wide. Walter Freniche, the local sheriff, confirmed the report and told Radio 2 that the area of crushed vegetation was checked out. He notes that there was no theft, and no tire tracks were in evidence. "Although it's quite possible the event took place some four or five days ago and they can no longer be seen." Freiniche added that "residents claimed seeing lights" although none of them approached the constabulary. "The comment exists, but they never came to make a statement," he said, adding: "It's a tough case." Personnel from Pujato's Section 14 are investigating the case, with technical assistance from an agronomer who was surveying the field in question. (Translation (c) 2012, Scott Corrales, IHU. Special thanks to Guillermo Gimenez, Planeta UFO) Listen to 'Strange Days... Indeed' - The PodCast At: http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/sdi/program/ These contents above are copyright of the author and UFO UpDates - Toronto. They may not be reproduced without the express permission of both parties and are intended for educational use only.
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