Post by prettyboyfloyd on May 17, 2012 1:32:32 GMT 1
In January 1996 in the town of Varginha Brazil.A number of Aliens were apparently sighted.Captured or killed by locals.And turned over to the Usa authorities.As many as six aliens were supposed to have crashed in the area and were described as 3 to 4 feet tall humanoids with dark brown oily hairless skin.Big triangular head with three short rounded horns.And huge red eyes.It sounds like a fairytale but there were more than a hundred local witnesses who swear to what they saw.We talk to the responders on the scene of the crash.The local fire brigade as well as the local soldiers who assisted in the capture.We also talk to the local hospital staff who actually claim.That they treated the survivng creatures.And we talk to the girls who first saw the aliens and the dozens of eyewitness who saw them in town.Mass delusion?or too much tequila lol.The evidence is shocking. (Another Roswell coverup) This is great veiwing.Really enjoyed.Hope yous all enjoy. "The Brazilian Ufo Crash.The Varginha Incident"
The Varginha incident explained (?) I came across this article last week on Forgetomori and just knew I had to place it in the queue for blogging. First, I probably should provide a bit of background for the layman (men, women) who might be in the audience.
In 1996, three young girls in the city of Varginha, Brazil caused quite a stir when they insisted they saw an alien near their home. The thing was allegedly bipedal with large eyes and bumpy skin. The girls found it crouching near a stone wall, apparently hurt or sick. It was said to exude a foul odor (important later on.)
Time went by and UFO investigators developed a full-fledged mythos for the incident. First, Varginha was said to have experienced a number of UFO sightings in the days leading up to the alien encounter. Then NORAD supposedly tracked the crash of a giant UFO in the area of Varginha. There were reports of Brazilian military forces mobilized in the streets of the city, tracking down survivors of the crash and carrying off the dead for dissection in the U.S.
This all caused quite furor back in the 1990s. It's nothing I can prove, but I'm willing to bet it was the inspiration for the "Mexican birthday party" scene in M. Night Shyamalan's landmark film, Signs. So there was indeed buzz around this case and with good reason. If solid evidence could be found, it would have been the biggest UFO event since Roswell. However, this turned out not to be the case.
While Brazil does tend to be a hotspot for UFO sightings, it was investigator Kevin Randle who was the first to find that there was nothing to suggest UFOs were even involved in the incident. Far more crucial, however, is the logical explanation for the sighting of the "alien."
It was well known amongst many citizens of Varginha that there was a homeless man with disabilities named "Little Luis" who frequented the streets. Given the recent heavy rainfall at the time of the girls' sighting, they could very well have seen Luis covered in dirt and mud. His malformed features would only have added to his "alien appearance." They were surprised and startled by his appearance, thereby causing his alienness to become even more exaggerated through heightened emotion. What is more, the foul odor could easily be attributed to his indigent condition. There are also photographs of Luis crouching next to similar walls in a similar manner to the "alien" the girls claimed that they saw.
So it appears Occam's Razor has sliced down yet another supposed incident of alien contact like it was stubble on Whitley Streiber's chin. But don't worry. While this does make for a tidy explanation, it is not necessarily conclusive evidence that alien contact did not occur in Varginha.
But I wouldn't hold your breath. Posted by Jon Nichols
Post by prettyboyfloyd on May 19, 2012 10:21:50 GMT 1
ronigical Your post on the story is pure negative crap lol.From the so called source:You ascertained it from?There was shiatloads who witnessed this event some alive and some dead now.But you have and are intitled to your opinion like me. Cheers:Prettyboyfloyd
hiflier: I did- on opening day! but don't remember that aspect. Ah, Hollywood has all the answers already, eh
Mar 26, 2015 16:00:06 GMT 1
hiflier: Hey, do you have any kind of UFO detector gadget? Been researching 'em for a few days. What's your take- Geiger counter type? Magnetic? Sound? EM? OK idea for a thread?
Mar 26, 2015 16:05:02 GMT 1
uforn: A UFO detector ? NO! Im not crazy and don't buy into all that crap.
Mar 26, 2015 16:07:32 GMT 1
uforn: Maybe I should get one of those UFO Apps ?
Mar 26, 2015 16:12:46 GMT 1
hiflier: If UFOs put out nothing in the way of energy fields then I would agree. The reports say though that all kinds of effects occur and are even left at supposed landing sights- like magnetized items and burnt materials. So some energy type is present?
Mar 26, 2015 16:18:45 GMT 1
hiflier: LOL! Yeah but what kind of APP? I would thing the Compass App would be enough.
Mar 26, 2015 16:20:43 GMT 1
uforn: I know but that doesn't mean it cant be explained, sure we have some high strangeness cases but to suggest someone has a detector that is specific to detecting a UFO is well.......
Mar 26, 2015 16:22:52 GMT 1
hiflier: Specific to UFOs!!?? Now you got me worried. You're right though in the marketing of such things. I think a thread would be fun!
Mar 26, 2015 16:24:20 GMT 1
uforn: Your worried? your the one looking into UFO Detectors LOL
Mar 26, 2015 16:27:23 GMT 1
uforn: I was joking about the Apps btw
Mar 26, 2015 16:30:58 GMT 1
hiflier: Oh how true, how true. OK, I just stopped worrying But when ya read that things got cooked at a landing sight from the inside out like being hit with a microwave?.......Oops, there I go thinking it's real again LOL.
Mar 26, 2015 16:32:15 GMT 1
hiflier: Ever hear of Kenneth Behrendt?
Mar 26, 2015 16:34:10 GMT 1