From: A. J. Gevaerd - Revista UFO <aj.nul> Date: Mon, 7 May 2012 12:02:25 -0300 Archived: Tue, 08 May 2012 01:16:38 -0400 Subject: Re: Brazilian UFO Researcher Claudeir Covo Dies >From: Kentaro Mori <kentaro.mori.nul> >Date: Sun, 6 May 2012 20:22:43 -0300 >To: post.nul >Subject: Re: Brazilian UFO Researcher Claudeir Covo Dies >>From: A. J. Gevaerd - Revista UFO <aj.nul> >>To: <post.nul> >>Date: Sat, 5 May 2012 12:28:04 -0300 >>Subject: Brazilian UFO Researcher Claudeir Covo Dies ><snip> >>Claudeir Covo, a skilled engineer with three specialties, started >>in this field over four decades ago and was known to be one of the >>most serious and dedicated Brazilian ufologists. He took part in >>investigation of some of our major cases, such as Varginha, and >>helped Ufology to achieve recognition and credibility in Brazil. >>Claudeir also was the head of the National Investigation Institute >>of Aerospatiale Phenomena (INFA), that he created over 20 years ago >A shocking loss to all, as Covo was still very active and had >many plans ahead. I deeply regret not answering sooner the last >message I received from him a couple of weeks ago. Now it's too >late. But his memories and work will remain with us. >Claudeir Covo was a nuts-and-bolts researcher, who uncovered, >researched and actually solved several cases, one of the most >famous of which -- along with his wife, Paola, and Tania Cunha - >- was the "Guarapiranga" alleged "human mutilation" case. >Covo conclusively showed there was nothing mysterious involved: >http://infa.com.br/o_caso_guarapiranga.html >He recognized the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis as a Hypothesis, >that is, something that still lacked conclusive proof, though he >listed the Varginha Case as well as the May 1986 "Official UFO >Night" as best cases that definitely pointed to unexplained >phenomena. >Of particular interest, in my opinion, was his research of the >Capao Redondo UFO video, to this day an unsolved case with clear >physical evidence and multiple witnesses. >Some of these cases and work can be seen on the website of his >investigation institute: >http://infa.com.br/casos.html >RIP, Claudeir Covo. After this post to the List, people may have a wrong impression about Claudeir Covo. He was my very close and good friend for more than 30 years, and not only the co-editor of my magazine since its beginning, in 1985. So I know very well what he thought of the UFO Phenomena. Actually, Claudeir was a strong defender of the extraterrestrial hypothesis, of which he had absolutely no doubt. He was, however, a very cautious man with his words when speaking in public or to the media, and especially cautious when exchanging with skeptics, because he was aware of what some of them could do by twisting his words or using them in an improper way. Those who were close friends of Claudeir know pretty well that he defended the extraterrestrial origin of UFOs. And it is so that he was the only researcher present in the investigations of the Varginha Case defending that more than 2 aliens were captured. Among friends, and always away from skeptics, he openly admitted that he concluded, through his investigations, that as many as 7 aliens could have been captured. And he used very openly the word "alien" among us. As for the mentioned Capao Redondo case, he also firmly believed that it was one of the strongest cases of alien probes in the history of Brazilian Ufology. A. J. Gevaerd 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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