Wednesday, December 22, 2010

The Kaikoura UFO sighting New Zealand

Report on New Zealands most famous Ufo case over Kaikoura which was recorded on radar:

It has been almost 30 years since unidentified flying objects were observed off the coast of Kaikoura during the Christmas/New Year break of 1978.
The sightings are to be marked soon with a commemorative flight, a gathering of enthusiasts and even a musical.
At the time, news of the sightings was reported worldwide and to this day they remain a huge source of controversy.
 But the remarkable thing about the sightings is whatever was flying around that night was not just observed, it showed up on radar too and was caught on film.
 It is one of New Zealand's biggest mysteries and one of the world's best documented sightings of a UFO.
 "The most important thing I think about his story is that even to this day, the flight crew and the air traffic controllers are adamant that we saw something highly unusual that can't be explained in mundane terms," says journalist Quentin Fogarty. "Now, 30 years later, they still believe that."
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Anonymous said...


It was viewed personally, by more than one!

It was professionally recorded!(Video)

And there was Radar conformation!

What more, would one need??.....?

Nick DK said...

Watch out when u copi/paste tekst from other sites.

Its 32years ago now and not 30years any longer!!

But i wish u were right, cuz that would also make me 30 and not 32 :)

Michael said...

Just goes to show you, until ETs lands their flying saucers on top of the white house and hold a press conference with Obama on CNN, no matter what kind of evidence you have 9/10 people will not take you seriously.

Nick DK said...

The same goes for 9/11 evidence!
People trust there goverment to much and in the US thats not always the fact fare from it!

Anonymous said...

Its a wonder they didn't use the ole swamp gas excuse ! The powers that be are really pushing it when it comes to trying to debunk the ufo phenomena.

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