NYUFO: UFO Sightings have been numerous cloaking or hiding in clouds. In addition which suggests to this researcher that these objects/crafts possess superior technology.
Their presence here on earth has always been a mystery. For the general public & those who research this subject will remain a mystery until UFO Disclosure.
However, when a similar UFO is sighted again after 50 years, it begs further investigation.
The very same unidentified flying object that showed up in Hillsdale, Michigan, in 1966, returns almost 50 years after over Tengiz, Kazakhstan. The evening of Monday See Video> March 21, 1966, was average for the McIntyre Corridor citizens until this UFO showed up.
There have been UFO Sightings reports dating back to recorded history. As per Plutarch, a Roman armed force instructed by Lucullus 74-BC was going to start a fight with Mithridates VI of Pontus. That’s when suddenly unexpected, the sky burst to shreds, and a tremendous, fire like body supposedly fell between the two militaries. In shape, it was most similar to a wine-container, and in variety, as liquid silver.” Plutarch reports the state of the UFO was like a wine-container (pithos).
The obviously shiny item was accounted for by the two militaries. Another Sighting occurred on 4/14/1561. Residents of Nuremberg saw what they described as an aerial battle. Which was followed by the appearance of a large black triangular object. And then a large crash outside of the city. The claims were that witnesses observed hundreds of spheres, cylinders and other odd-shaped objects that moved erratically overhead.
On February 22 in 1803, nearby anglers supposedly saw a vessel floating in nearby waters. They say when they explored it, “a delightful young lady” they portrayed as having red and white hair and wearing unusual garments showed up. The anglers swore that she held a square box that nobody was permitted to touch. What’s more she addressed them in a language they never heard. Some UFO devotees believe that this story was a valid record of a nearby experience of the third kind in Japan. Antiquarians and Ethnologists think of it as fables.