I’ve been spending a lot of my time looking through UFO sightings reports. It’s amazing what you can find on the Web. People I might once have called ‘nutters’, logging up hours online to post information, rumours, opinion. I can’t get enough of it. If I keep looking, I might find the one report which will lead me to Dad. It’s not unheard of. People often get abducted in groups. Years later, they find each other again. No connection in their normal lives, but they know each other, somehow. I’m not talking about déjà vu. This is real. Total strangers who know stuff about each other that they couldn’t know if they hadn’t met.
If Dad was taken along with anyone else, there might be hope.
We hear about the plane crash a few days back. I’ve been tracking rumours in the UFO boards.
Now, they’ve hit the mainstream news.
So I’m not just going on the words of some random UFO-fans. A commercial airline pilot with Aeromexico is one of my key witnesses!
Aeromexico Pilot Films ‘UFOs’
“In the late evening of June 15th, a commercial airline pilot flying Aeromexico Flight 231 filmed six unidentified flying objects in the skies over southern Campeche state, a Defense Department spokesman confirmed.
In a sighting which bears an uncanny resemblance to the widely reported event of March 2004, in which pilots of the Mexican airforce filmed 11 UFOs, a videotape made widely available to the news media shows the bright objects, some sharp points of light and others like large headlights, moving rapidly in what appears to be a late-evening sky.”
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