Tuesday 17th May 2005
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This week we have a truly shocking story about the skies of Mexico being invaded by fleets of UFOs! UFODIGEST readers have sent us two sets of UFO photos. We have an exclusive sighting from Kingston, Ontario. An UFO expert said he was "very impressed with the quality of the photo. One of the best I have seen in quite some time." A couple whose hobby is photogaphy captured several shots of green lights over Montauk, New York. Another story is about a researcher and his study of flying snakes - you have to watch the video. Even more online. Enjoy.
Two new fleets of UFOs have been filmed in the skies of Mexico City on April 11, 2005, by photogrpaher Arturo Robles Gil, increasing the expectations that the uncommon wave of UFOs is the largest sighting in the world. This is a mystery that keeps the Mexican people in a state of excitement and uncertainty. Watch the video and read the details.
Flying Snakes - Watch the Video
I came across a very interesting story which was posted on livescience.com. It concerns an amazing snake that actually launches itself from trees or other high places. It is theorized that perhaps the snake makes its body aerodynamically flat to glide through the air. Another possibility is that the snake prepares itself in some way just before launching itself into the air. The snake has been observed moving in an "S" pattern as it glides through the air. Click here to watch the video!.
UFO Photographed in Kingston, Ontario
Green Lights Photographed Over Montauk!
Keith Olwell and his wife Elizabeth Kiehner shot a series of photos when they were visiting Montauk, New York. Montauk is famous or infamous for Camp Hero Air Force Base where the Montauk Project had been undertaken. Click here to see their photos!
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