Wednesday, March 24, 2010

UFO sighting over Sydney, Australia - March 24, 2010

Here's a new Ufo report from my favorite place Australia. We don't get that many Ufo reports from there so when this one made the news many people emailed me about it.

It occured in Sydney yesterday. However, upon looking at the images (below) closer it looks like some object on the windscreen filmed from within the car .. but the lady insist the object was filmed from outside the car and was captured on her iphone.
Would like your comments on the object and images below.

TV Interview with the lady on the Morning Show:

IT EMERGED from a blazing light in the clouds, descending on a busy street before zipping off silently into the sunset.

Just what - or who - propelled the strange flying disc across Sydney's skyline may never be known.

But while the close encounter was over in seconds, it was enough to convince mother-of-two Fiona Hartigan that she'd just seen a UFO.

And she has the photos to prove it.

Ms Hartigan yesterday said she had just got out of her car on Sunday evening to snap a few sunset photos when the amazing events began.

"As I was about to take the picture this black object appeared and then it started to move," she said.

"It started off about 800m away but it came closer - to about 400m - and then two other little round things appeared from this bright orange light above.

"There was no noise. It was calm and peaceful but it was very weird."

Ms Hartigan said the main UFO then shot off above Governor Macquarie Drive at Chipping Norton, with the smaller UFOs zipping away in the opposite direction.

"I don't know how to explain it - I'm still totally bewildered," she said.

To the sceptic, Ms Hartigan's photo might show a speck of dust on the lens or something small floating in the air close to the camera. But ....

keep reading at Source Telegraph -

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Anonymous said...

As usual with this type of sighting, we have an ordinary member of the public, who see something and photograph it. One tends to go on instinct on these occasions and ask oneself... is this person a complete idiot and does not know the difference between something obviously flying and dirt on the lens?, Or is this someone obviously seeking to gain fiancially out of the event? When you see the person you make a judgement. In this case this lady seems perfectly sane and honest to me and if she says she saw this thing flying, I for one have no reason to disbelieve her. We have to stop seeking to discredit ordinary members of the public when they come forward with what could ultiamtely be disclosure supporting photographs.

Caution is of course always warranted but public witnesses generally get a bad deal I feel, particularly from US authorities.

Mike said...

I've went to several sites researching this and heard an audio interview with the witness. She sounds extremely credible and accurate and is a first rate observer, IMO.

There were 5 images taken in the span of roughly 8 seconds. I've only seen two of the originals so far. The images here are crops, btw. The full size images show more than one object.

Here's a comment I wrote at the Daily Telegraph website in AU, discounting the "dirt theory":

It's not just a speck on the lens, people. No way that would be in focus that well. Plus, there's 4 objects here... the big dark object in the center, the two small objects to the upper right and a bright orange object at the right edge of the field. How can the dirt theory explain that? That's right, it can't. Plus, she has more than one photo. The central object changed size and shape in the different shots. It's bigger in the 2nd photo. A dirt spec would be the same size.

In an extended audio interview I heard her say she was not in a car when the photos were taken. There's even a press shot I saw with her showing exactly where she was standing and how she held the camera for the images. So, that rules out the dirt on the windshield theory.

Now, why is the object out of focus when the trees are in focus? Bingo!! Now there's the question you should be asking! Ever hear of curvature of space/time by a gravity field?

There... now that wasn't so hard, now was it? :)

Push Back said...

The pictures on all posts at realufo are all very nice , however they do not prove anything. At the UFO hot spots of the world it's time to get the prove.

micman1000 said...


If you want to get to the bottom of this subject, looking at pictures on RealUFos or youtube... many of which, (but not all), are indeed hoaxes, won't really help.
I've been stydying this subject since the early seventies and you really need to go to the available reference material which is getting better all of the time. Whilst not wishing to promote Richard Dolan 'per se', I would suggest you start with UFOS and the National Security State, currently a two volume reference work, containing the entire history of this issue from 1941 onwards. This is not a work of fiction, it is all based on verifiable FOI documentation, largely US but including other national archives also. With any research, the usual warning to check your reference sources applies as there are inevitably some authors that are not so circumspect in verfying their sources. Dolan is very meticulous in both his source research and his conclusions, and you may be surprised by the many 'official admissions' both inadvertent and otherwise, already available in the public domain.

Danielle said...

fkkkkn idiots there was heaps of witness's not only one and if it was dirt dont you think it would be in the same place in evey photo stop making up excuses there real weather you like it or not.

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