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Miguel ("Red Pill Junkie") Romero presents an interview filmmaker Jeremy Corbell conducted with a man claiming to be a USS NImitz radar operator during the 2004 "Tic Tac" incident. "Trevor" says he saw a different, clearer, more exciting video of the encounter than the one we all know as "FLIR1"--and guess what the object starring in this footage looks like? The classic flying saucer! Billy Cox weighs in on the Tic Tac incident and the wider Advanced Aerospace Weapons Systems Application Program (AAWSAP) with NY Times is MIA. Cox holds that the Times is not following up on what it started last December in breaking the story of the (then called) AATIP. Cox links to a KGRA interview with Kevin Day, who was Senior Chief Petty Officer on the USS Princeton in 2004. Highly affected by those events, Day wrote a short story four years later that includes elements of the Nimitz encounter, and has now come forward in part to support Commander David Fravor, the F/A-18 Super Hornet pilot most outspoken about the events. Reading "The See'r" at Sailor's Anthology: Book I would underscore key aspects of Day's testimony in the KGRA interview. Day maintains that everything his book presents as happening in the (USS Princeton's) Combat Information Center on November 14, 2004, is accurate. Day's interview provides the most detailed account of the events yet of "a real-world intercept with real-world objects," and largely supports Trevor's testimony. Oddly, around 38 minutes into the interview, Day apparently identifies an audio clip from the supposed 2015 GIMBAL video as chatter between the pilots involved in the 2004 episode. Careful listeners who've read the short story will note an even more startling passage at about 44:00 of the podcast: Day says he might discuss, in a future interview, what happened after he first drew attention to the objects. Without reading the 2008 story, Day's short remarks about messed-up memories and "missing time" make little sense. But things become disturbingly clearer beginning on page 25 of Day's book--and something seemingly far more complicated than a simple game of airplane/UFO cat and mouse. (WM)

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It seems that tales of the BEKs just get creepier with each new addition. Nick Redfern reports on the experience of one witness (victim?) whose run-in with the strange children was followed shortly thereafter by the death of her previously healthy parents. Omen or coincidence? No one seems to know, but the BEKs have been around much longer than anyone wants to admit. Redfern's The Black-Eyed Children: An Early Report indicates that as early as the 1920s there were reports coming in of these strange, malevolent children and their strange side effects on those around them. We hope Nick keeps digging backwards and finds the birthplace of these menacing anomalies. (CM)

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Jason Colavito steps out of his wheelhouse to take a speculative swipe at the Pentagon UFO study program revealed last December. Jason labels that a "shuttered Pentagon enterprise" (apparently an exaggeration) funded at the behest of "former Sen. Harry Reid" (lacking mention of two other powerful senators, one of them a Republican). Jason's argumentation is not as effective here as is his general wont. Jason's points might be stronger were more time spent upon the subject at hand, rather than past perceived foibles of the participants, and less appeals to his sense of how people committed to certain startling theories should act. And resorting to obscenities seems a cheap way to underscore important points. But Jason tries manfully, though perhaps prematurely, to construct a plausible scenario out of a large number of disparate facts. As a possible counterpoint, it might be useful to consult The Science Behind the Pentagon UFO Study for some of Dr. Gary Nolan's views and explanations, updated with a presentation Jacques Vallee gave at last year's Contact in the Desert event, a link to a paper written by Dr. Peter Sturrock, and a link to the transcript of Dr. Harold Puthoff's presentation at the recent Society for Scientific Exploration conference. (WM)

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Brett Tingley relates an incident that may become all too prevalent, even (perhaps especially) if the invasive objects hail from terrestrial postal zones. With Helicopters? UFOs? Both? Nick Redfern recalls an historical "flap" in which "somethings" penetrated the security of key USAF bases. Additional to Nick's examples, a closer look is recommended at the dramatic events that transpired at and over Wurtsmith AFB, Michigan. In the present, Tim Binnall features and describes a video of a truly beautiful phenomenon in Watch: Portal Filmed During Storm? Binnall's phraseology is interesting in his piece, and Sequoyah Kennedy has the most assuredly natural explanation for the footage in UFO Filmed Hovering Next to 'Portal' During Electrical Storm. The witness/photographer does claim that he saw more to the "UFO" than appears in his video. (WM)

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We're always eager to see the newest recordings when it comes to Bigfoot encounters, but this particular film is just bizarre. Tim Binnall is quick to point out the elements that lend themselves to it being a hoax, and we agree wholeheartedly with their assessment. This film would make great "lost tape" footage, but it's not a Sasquatch recording. It's more of a Wookie with a Hangover video. Now if you want to look at something credible, check out Michael Mayes' latest post: The Concho Casino Flap Sixteen Years Later. Something very strange was going on in Oklahoma in 2002. Whatever it was, witnesses consistently reported an enormous, hairy, bipedal creature that wasn't particularly shy, but that most definitely did not want to be seen. The whole report is quite compelling and doesn't include any fictional movie characters. (CM)

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Well, Kevin Randle thinks the answer to his headline question is "No," but he's willing to suspend full judgment until the appearance of Dr. Bob Wenzel Gross's forthcoming book on the "Roswell Satelloon" theory. Not recalling ever hearing of "satelloons" either, we learned much from Kevin's post, and also why he thinks the Gross version is totally wrong. More on ufological history, this from "Down Under": in UFO "Hot Zones"--Deja-vu & the Tyringham UFO Flap veteran researcher Bill Chalker recalls a 1973 anomalous Australian event hotspot, reminiscent of Utah's Skinwalker Ranch. And there's A New Film about Contactee George Van Tassel, according to Greg Eghigian. Greg's post links to his Smithsonian Air & Space Magazine article about the documentary and its fascinating subject. (WM)

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No, it's just an old lady watching a child riding his bike. Seriously folks, just because someone looks a little strange or appears somewhere unexpectedly doesn't make them a spook. And just because you've got a spook doesn't mean you're not responsible for ruining your relationship: Man Blames Ghost for Breakup. Seems an inexperienced exorcist came home with an attachment that made his girlfriend run for the hills. Or maybe she was just tired of him blaming the mess left on the kitchen counter on his ghost. We're not saying it didn't happen. We're just saying relationships take work...(CM)

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Yet another unidentified submersible object's been spotted in Loch Ness, and Glasgow Boy sums preamble of "It is a mobile phone recording of a webcam stream" sets the tone for the latest footage. There's more, making a good example for Nessie chasers to separate the wheat from the chaff. Slightly less blurry, and perhaps more believable, is this Monstrous Wolf Chasing A Dog In Northern Saskatchewan. Rob Schwarz goes beyond the headlines to pick up the thread others dropped once the "like, rate, and subscribe" vanished into the background radiation. The English countryside is far more dangerous than western Canada with their alien big cats. Worse, they're rife with Big Cats Of The Paranormal Type with the ability to morph, vanish, and other high-strangeness one associates with Nick Redfern. (CS)

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Global warming on Earth is bad enough, but the idea of clever, hairless apes importing their disease to the moon is absolute madness. Or is it? Rachel Kaser's issue of Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets presents a tantalizing argument of Armstrong, Aldrin, Conrad, Bean, Shepard, Mitchell, Scott, Irwin, Young, Duke, Cernan, and Schmitt unwittingly causing a minor crisis on our largest satellite. Speaking of crises, after Curiousity discovered organics on Mars there was a burst of pessimistic blog articles going on about how humanity will never knowingly discover alien life, since we constantly shed microbes and material. Way out in the asteroid belt, a veritable no-person's land, a transmission from NASA's Dawn mission was intercepted by Kevin Stacey declaring Organics On Ceres May Be More Abundant Than Originally Thought. Very interesting news considering those bright marks are highly reflective salts from the asteroid's interior. Maybe Earth's surrounded by hundreds of frozen oceans, like Europa and Enceladus. If your interest has been sufficiently piqued, Paul Glister ponders Those Ceres Organics, urging caution with the "L" word when it comes to these compounds. (CS)

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If you see something, say something, as the posters say in the New York City subways. The advice is also pertient to remote viewers, notes Stephen Pimpo doing his best with the scant details of an incident that never happened. On the bright side, if there were going to be three active shooters around the Department of Justice, throwing all those cops into a tizzy kept the miscreants at bay. And if you believe that, I may have a magic rock that keeps away tigers for sale. Cheap. (CS)

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