Thursday, January 04, 2007

Fastwalkers ufo documentary

In Fastwalkers, you will be treated to a ton of important facts. This is a reason Fastwalkers is highly recommended to not only avid UFO fans, but for people who might not know much about the situation. It's a tremendous learning opportunity, as the film brings to light such facts as the infra red Mexico Military UFO sightings, nuclear missile UFO events, contradicting government documentation about UFOs, and even more surprises that you will have to find out while watching the film.

Because of the over 40 highly credible featured interviewees, from major airline pilots to Navy Pilots to established journalists to US Air Force Colonels, this film carries with it a powerful magnitude of credibility not seen since the 2001 Disclosure Project Press Conference. This is a must see for anyone new to this topic, and amazing 'perspective enhancer' to those of us who have some grasp as to what is really going on. The very fact that all of these credible people come forward with such profound information in a confident, professional matter, is evidence in itself that there is indeed an extraterrestrial truth, and that this is the most important issue facing our world today today.

A UFO at O'Hare? Some Pilots Thought So

CHICAGO -- Federal officials say it was probably just some weird weather phenomenon, but a group of United Airlines employees swear they saw a mysterious, saucer-shaped craft hovering over O'Hare Airport last fall.

The workers, some of them pilots, said the object didn't have lights and hovered over an airport terminal before shooting up through the clouds, according to a report in Monday's Chicago Tribune.

The Federal Aviation Administration acknowledged that a United supervisor had called the control tower at O'Hare, asking if anyone had spotted a spinning disc-shaped object. But the controllers didn't see anything, and a preliminary check of radar found nothing out of the ordinary, FAA spokeswoman Elizabeth Isham Cory said.

"Our theory on this is that it was a weather phenomenon," Cory said. "That night was a perfect atmospheric condition in terms of low (cloud) ceiling and a lot of airport lights. When the lights shine up into the clouds, sometimes you can see funny things."

The FAA is not investigating, Cory said.

United spokeswoman Megan McCarthy said company officials don't recall discussing any such incident from Nov. 7.

At least one O'Hare controller, union official Craig Burzych, was amused by it all.

"To fly 7 million light years to O'Hare and then have to turn around and go home because your gate was occupied is simply unacceptable," he said