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Fox News in New York aired video of a UFO that was accidentally taped by a camcorder near Albany Airport. The cameraman thought it was hundreds of feet long, and it appeared to be very slender, needle-shaped, with missile-like fins fore and aft. It moved extremely rapidly from right to left above the clouds. According to the photographer, the original videotape was requested for study by the FBI. Click on the photo above or the "video coverage" button below.
Mystery surrounds photos of
Mt. Herman UFO
By J.D. Cash - December 29, 2002
Veteran pilot Luis Monroys stare was a mixture of disbelief and curiosity. At his shoulder, senior helicopter mechanic and Weyerhaeuser flight-crew member, Gene Roberts, smiled as the first photo was brought up on the computer screen. Outside the Jeep near Eagletown, three men stared through rain-soaked windows at the mysterious image on display.
I found the team working in the mountains near Broken Bow Lake, operating from a makeshift heliport owned and managed by the Weyerhaeuser Company.
It was a miserable afternoon to be flying. Low clouds and a steady drizzle were closing down visibility when I pulled into the remote camp.
In spite of this nasty weather the crew was slogging through mud intent on putting in a full day spreading thousands of pounds of fertilizer on carefully marked sections of pine plantation.
The fertilizer spreader was a sleek multimillion-dollar Bell Jet Ranger helicopter.
Earlier a radio call from the crews headquarters at De Queen, Ark., let the team know I was coming with some photographs to look at and some questions to ask. If there was a sensible explanation for the unusual images stored in the computer, I felt these men would have it.
Weyerhaeuser flight crews are regularly in the air over the corporations 500,000-acre Oklahoma investment. Surely this experienced group could explain away the apparent evidence that a so-called UFO had been operating in a remote section of McCurtain County. After all, everyone knows theres no such thing as alien spaceships.
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