UFO Photograph Rare Look At The Mexican Encounter

A UFO photograph of a Silver Saucer shaped unidentified flying object, taken in Tepic Nayarit Mexico. Mr. Carlos Avila Medina, peering out on the patio of his house, he sighted this flying Saucer.

This image taken using his cellular telephone had at the time gone viral around the world. Although not notwithstanding the skeptics, Carlos testimony seems very honest. The flying saucer sighting caught the eye of Mexican journalist Jaime Maussan.

A well known researcher and ufologist specializing on this phenomenon and presenter of TV show called Tercer Milenio. Together with a production team for a documentary on the discovery channel, who were in Tepic with the testimony of Carlos Avila Medina reconstructing the encounter. This event occurred on 11/05/2008.

UFO Flying Sauce appears overhead as man watches

Further more MUFON investigated this photo and has alleged that it’s organization struggles to separate fact from fiction as they travel to three cities in Mexico. In addition to analysis of photos and videos. They state such analysis brings them face-to-face with potential fraud, half-truths and cover-ups.

Another equally important UFO “unidentified Flying Object” was captured on video. This craft was hovering low over a river and close to a highway in a busy metropolitan area in Korea. This sighting is rare in the fact that in the daytime it’s at a very low altitude close to a busy highway. An unidentified flying object appears to be lost in this amazing video

Equally important NYUFO is Seeking UFO UAP Alien Disclosure. We Seek Public Disclosure of Alleged Government Military Classified Information. All in regards to the existence of several different Alien races interacting with Humans, Animals, and Flora of Planet Earth. Furthermore, the Military admits to being less than forthcoming in this disclosure of what they know. Citizens and Senators of the U.S. say the government should take this issue more seriously we agree.

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