The Unknowns: Mystifying UFO Cases

I’ve never paid much attention to UFO sightings.
I’ve read about the occasional incident but my curiosity never really expanded beyond
those few cases. I just find that far too often the focus of UFO stories is on the mystery
itself as opposed to the resolution of that mystery. Plausible explanations take a backseat
to fantastical embellishments. There’s a “documentary” on Netflix right now,
and I’m using the term “documentary” very loosely, about a man who claims to be harassed
and pursued by aliens. In one scene, he literally has someone bob one of those alien masks you’d
get for Halloween outside a window and it is played completely straight. We, the audience,
are supposed to believe that this is a close encounter of the third kind when it looks
like a close encounter of the trick-or-treat kind. Nevertheless, this “documentary” did peak
my interest and so I began to learn more about the UFO phenomenon, immersing myself in this
expansive mythos of which I only had a very limited understanding. From the very start
I was taken down this convoluted path of alien abductions, government conspiracies, and alien
experiments that read like rejected drafts of The X-Files. But every now and again, I
came across something a bit more credible. Stories that were genuinely difficult to rationalize.
Nothing that would convince me the Earth is a galactic resort but mystifying stories all
the same. To get you on the same page as me, we need
to go back to the year 1947. In the summer of 1947, news and government
agencies across North America were flooded with reports of strange objects in the sky.
This UFO mania was provoked by a pilot named Kenneth Arnold. On June the 24th Arnold was
flying over the Cascade Mountains in the state of Washington when he observed a formation
of nine saucer-like objects zooming across the sky. Unbeknownst to Arnold, this innocent
description would come to popularize the term flying saucer. The scintillating discoids
appeared to be traveling at a speed of some 2000 km/h, a speed yet to be achieved by any
man-made airplane in 1947. Arnold initially suspected he’d observed some secret military
test flight but the US Air Force quickly denied responsibility and merely dismissed the sighting
as some form of optical illusion. But it wasn’t quite that simple. Not only
was Arnold an experienced pilot but his story was corroborated by a number of witnesses
on the ground who all described a series of oval-shaped objects traveling at a tremendous
rate of speed. Furthermore, other sightings had been reported days before and would continue
for many days after. More than 800 cases in less than a month, including the famous Roswell
incident. Publicly the US Air Force dismissed the sightings
as nothing more than a combination of overactive imaginations and misperceptions of natural
phenomena but internally the Air Force was just as mystified as the public and actually
quite concerned. Hundreds of unrelated persons from all walks of life including high ranking
military officials, scientists, engineers, politicians, and professional pilots reported
uncannily similar experiences in the span of a few weeks. Both the public and the intelligence
community crew increasingly convinced that something was hiding amongst the clouds. In late June of 1947 the Air Force covertly
launched a preliminary investigation into the sightings as they suspected that some
UFOs could be vessels of foreign or celestial origin. By late September the existence of advanced
aeronautic vehicles could not be eliminated. While the majority of cases could be ascribed
to natural phenomena, the maneuverability and evasive behavior displayed by some UFOs
defied all conventional explanations. It was speculated that these seemingly mechanical
UFOs could be part of some top secret military project, either foreign or domestic. It was feared that the Soviet Union had seized
German technology after World War II and developed some advanced aircraft capable of covert infiltration
of US airspace. This led to the formation of Project Sign.
A classified investigation that would attempt to determine whether or not UFOs posed a threat
to national security. While the project members entertained a number of plausible causes,
by the summer of 1948, a minority of credible and well documented UFO cases could not be
resolved. These cases became known as the unknowns. By process of elimination, Project
Sign therefore concluded that the most probable explanation for the most inexplicable of cases
was the extraterrestrial hypothesis. In other words, the unknowns did not
appear to be from this Earth. However, once this report
reached the Pentagon, it was rejected. The interplanetary explanation was thought to be unsubstantiated and so the report was ultimately scrapped. Project Sign was dissolved soon thereafter
and subsequent investigations ultimately failed to ascertain the nature of these unknowns.
Project Sign’s successor, Project Blue Book, merely concluded that it was statistically
improbable that UFOs represented technological capabilities beyond our own. As the vast majority
of UFO sightings are misperceptions of natural phenomena the presumption was that all UFO
sightings are likely to be misperceptions. As such, funding for UFO research could no
longer be justified as the threat to national security was evidently nonexistent. Government
sanctioned UFO research officially ended with the dissolution of Project Blue Book in 1969 and the
Air Force has since proclaimed the issue resolved. Out of the 12,618 UFO reports in its collection,
701 were marked unknown upon its conclusion. Although, some would argue that many cases
were mischaracterized and that more than 1,700 cases should be regarded as unknowns. While the US government may dismiss these
unknowns as mere statistical anomalies, the fundamental question remains. What did people
see? What kind of natural phenomenon evades resolution despite decades of scrutiny? Late in the afternoon on May the 24th, 1949,
six civilians were on a fishing trip on the Rogue River in the state of Oregon. Suddenly,
one of them observed a round and scintillating object in the sky. It barely moved as it silently
hovered some 1,500 meters above. It was difficult to discern any details with the naked eye
but fortunately one of them had brought a pair of binoculars with eight times magnification.
The binoculars revealed a clearly distinguishable metallic craft of unfamiliar design. It was
round and flat, about 10 meters in diameter, and had a rounded fin on the roof. It had
a reflective silver-colored surface that appeared to be somewhat dirty. It lacked any conventional
means of propulsion and made absolutely no sound. After some two minutes of observation,
the UFO gradually moved in the opposite direction of the wind until it disappeared with the
speed of a jet plane. Besides the corroborating accounts and detailed
sketches, what makes this case so interesting is that two of the civilian observers were
also employed at an aeronautical research facility so they had ample knowledge of aeronautics.
Furthermore, the story never reached the public. This is important because if this was a hoax
one would expect the hoaxers to seek media attention, yet the witnesses refrained from
speaking to the press. The story never reached the public eye until many years later when
ufologists uncovered the case files which revealed that Project Blue Book had rather
dismissively concluded it must have been a misidentified airplane or a weather balloon. So all we need now is a plane shaped like a pancake
or a self-propelled balloon unaffected by wind. If you spend some time reading about UFOs
you will soon come across an explanation that is repeated time and time again. Weather balloons.
This is certainly true for some of the more famous cases. The Battle of Los Angeles? Balloon.
The Roswell Incident? Top secret balloon. The Mantell Incident? Once again, a balloon.
Unfortunately for proponents of the extraterrestrial hypothesis, it is often a rather convincing
explanation. However, it is far less convincing when the
witnesses of a UFO are themselves launching a balloon. On April the 24th, 1949, a group
of five balloonists had just launched a weather balloon in the New Mexico desert and were
tacking said balloon with a special telescope. Suddenly, the person operating the telescope
sighted another object in the sky and alerted the rest of the group who could all see the
UFO with the naked eye. It had an elliptical shape and was white-, silver-, and yellow-ish
in color. It was impossible to accurately determine its altitude and size due to the
lack of reference points but it appeared to be flying at an extremely high altitude and
moved so quickly across the sky it was difficult to track with the telescope. It remained visible
for about a minute until it suddenly stopped its horizontal motion and disappeared by near
vertical ascension into the clear blue sky. It made no sound and traveled crosswind. A year prior a very similar incident had taken
place on the 5th of April. Three balloonists in the New Mexico desert were observing a
weather balloon when they spotted a UFO moving at a very high rate of speed. It had a round
shape and was white-, gray-, and gold-ish in color. It flew erratically across the sky
and performed vertical loops for about 30 seconds until it disappeared. The desert was
completely silent yet the UFO violently maneuvered without making a sound. Then on January the 16th, 1951, two balloonists
and a number pilots and civilians in the New Mexico desert observed two UFOs in the vicinity
of the balloon they were observing. The balloon had reached an altitude of 35 km and, even
though it was about 30 meters in diameter, the two UFOs were about three to five times
larger and appeared to be flying above the balloon. They had an elliptical shape and
were white and gray in color. They orbited the balloon for about 40 seconds until they disappeared
into the distance at a terrific rate of speed. These are just three examples of many similar
cases and despite the fact that the spectators involved could not have been more qualified
to identify aerial phenomena, none could explain what they had seen. Just before midnight on July the 19th, 1952,
radarscopes in and around Washington D. C. picked up a cluster of 5 to 10 unidentified
targets. There were no scheduled flights in the area and the UFOs did not adhere to any
established flight paths. The possibility of a malfunction was quickly eliminated as
radarscopes at three separate airports displayed the same unidentifiable targets. Eventually,
the objects could be visually confirmed as orbs of light slowly moving across the sky. After a while the objects began to fan out,
zooming across the night sky of Washington D. C. They flew above the White House, the
Capitol Building, and many other restricted areas in a disorganized and unpredictable
fashion. On numerous occasion the UFOs performed sharp 90 degree turns and some would completely
reverse course in a matter of seconds. Radar operators were baffled. No man-made aircraft
could perform such maneuvers. Air traffic controllers, radar operators, pilots, military
personnel, and countless civilians all reported sightings of UFOs. One pilot remained in close proximity to the
UFOs for about 14 minutes, describing them as white lights with no recognizable shape.
While some lights flew in parallel to the plane, others appeared to be flying outside
the Earths atmosphere. The sightings by the pilot also coincided with the radar detections
suggesting that these were indeed physical flying objects as opposed to radar misidentifications
of some kind. After more than three hours, two jet fighters were
dispatched to intercept the UFOs but moments before they arrived, the objects accelerated to speeds in
excess of 10,000 km/h and disappeared out of sight. However, when the jets returned
to refuel the UFOs returned to the skies. Some five hours after initial detection, the
last UFO vanished from the radarscopes. But a week later, the UFOs returned once more.
On the evening of July the 26th numerous UFOs were observed streaking across the skies above
and around Washington D.C. They shared many similarities with the UFOs from the week before,
appearing as orbs of light capable of extreme supersonic velocities. The crew and passengers
of some commercial flights could once again visually confirm the existence of many of
the UFOs detected by radar. Four jets were dispatched during the night
and two of the pilots did see something on two separate occasions. One pilot saw four
white lights while the other saw a single white light. However, neither came close enough
to make an accurate identification as the jets were easily outmaneuvered by the UFOs. Under mounting pressure from the public to
explain this apparent invasion of the US capital, the Air Force held a
press conference on July the 29th. At the conference they claimed that temperature
inversions were to blame. It’s an atmospheric condition in which layers of warm air traps
pockets of cold air which can result in false returns on a radarscope. Conversely, the visual
sightings were supposedly misperceptions of stars, meteors, or strange reflections of
natural sources of light. In other words, it was all just a big misunderstanding and
there was no cause for alarm. It’s a very odd explanation given that it
completely disregards crucial pieces of information. For one thing, visual observations and radar
detections were confirmed to be one and the same on numerous occasions. When pilots claimed
they had visual contact with a UFO, ground personnel confirmed its existence and location
on the radarscopes. When pilots claimed a UFO disappeared it simultaneously disappeared
from the radarscopes. Another glaring issue is that temperature
inversions occurred on a daily basis throughout the summer of 1952 yet unidentified radar
targets only appeared on the two nights in question. Personnel at Andrews Air Force Base were not
quite sure as to what they had seen, claiming they may have seen meteors or other natural
phenomena. But the senior air traffic controller at Washington National Airport was certain
they had detected solid maneuvering objects while explicitly denying the possibility of
weather related targets. Furthermore, none of the radar operators agreed with the Air
Force’s conclusion. Everyone was certain that they had been tracking metallic flying objects.
Even the National Weather Bureau disagreed with the temperature inversion theory claiming
that such phenomena would appear as amorphous streaks across the radarscopes as opposed
to sharp delineable dots. In spite of these glaring contradictions the
Air Force concluded that temperature inversions were to blame and that nothing extraordinary
had taken place. Though, somewhat paradoxically, the Project Blue Book files list the case
as an unknown while simultaneously agreeing with the Air Force’s conclusion. On April the 24th, 1964, police officer Lonnie
Zamora was chasing a speeding car outside the city of Socorro in the New Mexico desert
when he was alerted by loud noise and a bright flame in the sky. Believing it to be an explosion
he broke off the chase and drove towards the light to investigate. The flame was blue and
orange and appeared to be descending towards the ground about half a kilometer away. After
a difficult drive through the rough terrain he noticed a white and silver-colored object
about 200 meters distant. It initially appeared to be an overturned car and he could see two
men in white coveralls standing beside it. The two men seemed alarmed by Zamora’s presence
and looked straight at him but after clearing a small hill, which momentarily obstructed
his view, the two men had vanished. Zamora could now discern that it wasn’t a car but
some kind of elliptical object, supported by four metallic legs. The white ellipsoid
was about 5 meters in diameter and had a red insignia printed on the side. He then proceeded
on foot and was about 30 meters away when he heard loud thumps as if someone closed
a door and then a smokeless flame, reminiscent of a welding torch, suddenly erupted beneath
the craft. The flame was once again blue and orange in color and it produced a the same
roaring sound that was increasing in frequency. Ever so slowly, the object began to rise.
At this point, Zamora became frightened and the loud noise gave him the impression
that the UFO was about to explode so he ran for cover behind his car. But after a while
the UFO went completely silent and was now hovering some 6 meters above the ground. It’s
speed gradually increased until it disappeared into the distance. While Zamora was the only person to observe
the craft up close a number of witnesses had independently reported sightings of an oval-shaped
UFO and a blueish flame before the story had reached the press. One particular witness
had observed the descent of an oval-shaped UFO and a police car chasing after it. A second police officer arrived within minutes
and both the FBI and the Air Force would soon converge upon the site. The supposed landing
site was thoroughly investigated and photographed. Grass and bushes had been burned and were
still smoldering when the first officers arrived at the scene. Some of the burned plants were
notoriously difficult to set aflame. The investigators also uncovered four wedge-shaped indentations
in the ground and they appeared to be fresh as the dry topsoil had been pushed aside revealing
the still moist subsoil. A cluster of footprints were also discovered within the rectangular
region of the indentations. No helicopters had been in the vicinity, the
insignia on the craft could not be identified, the site was not radioactive, radar had not
picked up any unusual activity, nor did the soil samples collected from the landing site
reveal any evidence of chemical propellants. Some claim that vitrified sand had been collected
which is when extreme heat melts sand into glass. However, others refute this claim so
it’s difficult to know for certain. Nevertheless, none of the investigators believed
it to be a hoax. The cluster of footprints were localized and did not lead away from
the indentations. Assuming Zamora created the indentations himself and somehow managed
to ignite the near-inflammable vegetation, he must’ve done so without leaving any evidence
or footprints except for a small cluster near the center. Zamora was deemed highly reliable
by everyone who knew him but more importantly by those who interrogated him. Despite plenty
of opportunities to do so, he never capitalized on the sighting nor did he seem to appreciate
the attention the story attracted. No evidence of a hoax has ever been uncovered and Zamora’s
integrity remained intact until his death many decades later. The Project Blue Book investigation failed
to reach a conclusion. The most plausible explanation seemed to be that Lonnie Zamora
had witnessed some kind of classified experimental aircraft. An explanation favored by the local
population as well as Zamora himself. Given that the highly secretive military testing
range known as the White Sands Proving Grounds is located right next door, this is certainly
a possibility. However, the unusual design and advanced capabilities of the craft observed
still makes it difficult to believe. Unsurprisingly, the military denied the existence of such
a craft. Many years later, the Air Force Captain in
charge of the investigation recalled a strange phone call he’d received at the time. A high
ranking military official at the Pentagon had called and personally questioned him about
the case which he found to be highly unusual. He thought it was unconventional for a Colonel
to be making such a call and so he wondered: “Why in the world were they so interested?” Why is it that even though half the global
population walks around with a high resolution camera in their pocket, high resolution footage
of flying saucers seem to be nonexistent? I’ve seen variations of this line of reasoning before
and at first glance it may seem quite decisive. While it is true that cameras are more readily
accessible and video quality has improved significantly over the past few decades, so
has the quality of forgeries. Thanks to software like After Effects almost anyone can create
a convincing forgery which means that videos like these will never be the definitive proof
they likely would have been a few decades ago. Imagine an ideal situation for a moment. Imagine
that a reliable individual with no background in visual effects and no previous interest
in UFOs captures an actual unidentifiable aircraft on a high resolution camera. Not
some blob of pixels as if it was filmed by a Japanese adult film studio, nor some indiscernible
streak that requires CSI-esque enhancements, but an actual clearly distinguishable craft
that defy all conventional explanations. Even then, the authenticity of that footage would
inevitably come into question and it would in all likelihood be impossible to prove that
it actually happened. I remember back in 2011, a UFO in Jerusalem
was captured on video by multiple people from multiple vantage points. The case attracted
worldwide attention as the multiple locations lent credence to the sighting’s authenticity.
However, some time later a team of journalists tracked down the cameramen responsible and
found that one was a filmmaker and film teacher while the others just so happened to be
students at the same school. Drones have also made it far
too easy to stage UFO sightings. Strange lights in the dark night sky
performing seemingly impossible maneuvers? Drones got you covered. What appears to be a solid craft in the clear blue sky
that looks noting like a conventional drone? Drones got you covered. It’s become next to impossible to
eliminate conventional explanations as virtually every person on the planet has
gained easy access to the heavens above. At this point, nothing short of a spaceship
landing in the middle of times square should be deemed convincing. This is at least in
part why I choose to focus my attention on older cases as none of these problems existed
a few decades ago. The first director of Project Blue Book, Edward
J. Ruppelt, would later go on to write a book about the cases he and his team investigated.
In it, he describes a drastic shift in the attitude towards UFO research following the rejection
of the extra terrestrial hypothesis. The Air Force no longer sought to
understand the nature of UFOs but rather sought to debunk the
phenomenon at large. In his own words: “Everything was being evaluated on the premise
that UFOs could not exist.” “No matter what you see or hear, don’t believe it.” Following the aforementioned Washington D.C.
incident in 1952 this predisposition was only reinforced. Investigators were instructed
to focus on cases they could solve and to never discuss the unknowns in public. The
subject was to be debunked and ridiculed and so it was. What had initially been perceived
as a potential treat to national security had now, through an
orchestrated public relations campaign, been reduced to a socially
unacceptable pseudoscience. Ruppelt writes in his book: “This change in the operating policy of the
UFO project was so pronounced that I, like so many other people, wondered if there was
a hidden reason for the change. Was it actually an attempt to go underground, to make the
project more secretive? Was it an effort to cover up the fact that UFOs were proven to
be interplanetary and that this should be withheld from the public at
all cost to prevent a mass panic?” “Maybe I was just playing the
front man to a big cover-up.” Ruppelt is of course just speculating but,
given that he was the head of the operation, it does make you wonder if there may have
been some truth behind those concerns. Assuming the military is lying then how does one distinguish
a lie about alien spaceships from a lie about classified aircrafts? We know nothing of either
so the two deceptions would appear identical. I mean, I want to believe but I’m just not
sure what I’m supposed to believe in. After working my way through a few hundred
cases I feel even more conflicted than I did when I began. Things where just so much simpler
then. I could just laugh at a man pretending to be scared of a Halloween mask. No grand
conspiracies. No extraterrestrials. None of that. Just mortal fear and a piece of plastic.
Simpler times.

Comments 100

  • forget it, you cant explain ufos away dude…

  • Aliens first sighted 2 years after WWII in craft massively similar to those created by Nazis?
    Rogue River: a metallic craft like a balloon that ‘somehow’ propels against the wind? If only a man made object (like an airship) could do such a thing…
    The Zamora incident: a craft that somehow needs a rocket booster to take off but nothing to propel it in the air?
    A population of 7 billion people, the majority of whom carry cameras, yet not a shred of conclusive proof? Says it all for me!

    Let’s look at it realistically: we’ve only been using detectable signals for about 100 years. In that 100 years, detectable signals have not travelled far enough to reach another star system. In a galaxy of hundreds of billions of stars and at least twice as many planets, are we to honestly believe that the rarity of life that somehow evolved through natural disasters, wars and technological advancements to create travel fast enough to pass through the significant distances of space and find the proverbial needle in a haystack? Were there a species cable of travelling the depths of space, to travel in the exact direction to find us is so unlikely, even a gambling addict would baulk at the odds

  • You said balloon so many times it lost meaning to me and it looks like a weird word now…

  • Those burnt bushes are just dry desert bushes (tumbleweeds) used to use them as kindling so they are not notoriously hard to burn.

  • Why are there non reports from other parts of the world? this is so bullshit. There is not such a thing as ufo.

  • I got an alien ad before the video started

  • 16:54 can someone explain to me why that accent is so present in old videos? Is it a specific accent from a specific part of the USA or is that just an old accent that was present in the whole country?

  • The scariest part about this topic is that there are only two scenarios. Either, we are alone, or we aren’t.

  • Theory: The aliens think weather balloons are either another alien in distress or a threat to their privacy. They fly over to investigated it, when they deemed it was safe and no one was in trouble. They left.

  • My only question is why do aliens appear in America only ?

  • Interesting, they seem to be in groups of four & eight.

  • Me looking at "alien" in the house: BLINK MOTHAFUCKA!

  • You're funny, Lemmino. Good vid, ty for this.

  • If you examine all the reported sightings since the 1940's and you do a statistical analysis and discard the explainable ones you will conclude that we are in fact being visited by technology beyond our understanding = life from some advanced civilizations/species. The case can be made that they are so advanced that they are beyond our understanding and might be operating on other dimensions. If you look at how far we have advanced since 1919 ( 100 years ) then try and get your mind around a civilization that is 100,000 or more years advanced then anything is possible. It's just so hard to admit we are just a biological curiosity being observed by superior beings. Our ego is preventing us from moving to the next stage in our development and embracing the future.

  • Anybody find it weird how many of these take place in New Mexico?

  • Anyone else got an ad about aliens?

  • Why do all the UFO sightings seem to happen in the USA.

  • I'm going to upset someone by saying this but I don't care about your opinion cause they're just like a-holes I know what I saw and because you're intend is to say it's not possible don't mean it's not real why does it make some people poke fun as soon as somebody say that they saw one and say if you saw it you need to be in a padded room with a straight jacket on kiss my a…

  • These things have been around a long time.Back in ww2 they called them too fighters.

  • Both Bigfoot and these alien close encounter incidents just stopped after we all started carrying video recording phones!?!

  • I wanna believe some of the ufo people but then I remember there’s still people who think the earth is flat..people are crazy

  • Someone give this man a medal

  • Out of 12000+ cases, what if even 1 is true.

  • This is pretty crazy believe me if you want but I saw a ufo I was in a park in Texas and i live near an airport but this wasn’t no airplane it was an object the was a saucer with like a smaller round top and the whole thing was chrome and I freaked out and looked for it again and it disappeared

  • Fear of unknow 100

  • You should give sources for all this bro please

    Edit: iam not doubting but i wamma do some sht myself so yeah

  • 1:00 5:50 2:10
    3:20 6:10 4:21 4:30

  • hits blunt
    What if we are in area 51, and the UFO's are the Aliens trying to free us?

  • the thing is most "UFO sightings" are in America, which begs the question why would aliens only go to America?

  • Edward J. Rupplet looks a lot like Trent from plaza towing youtube channel

  • The most credible I've heard of is a craft lands and spacesuits emerge in the spacesuits were robots~ I believe it because I know what radiation can do to anything.🖖

  • Maybe UFOs have nothing to do with aliens at all, and are instead time travel machines? Imagine if the sighting with the 10 UFO's was just a school field trip (Magic school bus: futuristic edition)

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  • Use film camera. Do not have film developed anywhere that does not return the negatives with the pictures such as Walgreens (USA). Request all negatives to be returned. Negatives cannot be manipulated on a computer. The pictures that are returned on disc can be uploaded to a computer. But the original negatives are absolute proof.

  • To say that I'm obsessed with your videos is really an understatement. Amazing content 😚

  • The aliens specifcally made themselves known at that time in history because it was too hard for humans to identify them and capture them with cameras and hard evidence. So now that we all have the ability to record them and just as easily fake the video. They are now flying around all the time, seen but unseen. Observing and studying us until the perfect time to make contact… or annihilate us… and the government knows. The Area 51 raid in September is going to be one for the history books. Good luck everyone. We are going to need it.

  • Thanks to the ad I now know that our Moon is drivable and goes through inter dimensional portals.

  • aliens are rasist. only visiting europe not asia

  • I have had enough of this UFO crap! This shows how much the governments of the world can fool the masses of zombies. UFO are US or USSR made scams.


  • The closest UFO sightings I had was my cousin holding a burning stick in a blackout, a passing plane of which I didn't know plane does at the time, a satellite in a starry sky, and the blob of glowing purple mini-nebula above our town back in the 90's.

  • First off, y’all need JESUS!
    Secondly, y’all need @TheRealJimmyRoberts
    Here on YouTube

  • Thank you for your candor. I do believe that much of the "popular misconception" of UFOs is real and true. I also believe in a measure of human contact as I have experienced it myself. As far as where they are from, I don't know, there is rarely any real information from them. The situation is perplexing, and may have deep implications to science and history, but it is unlikely we will ever know. Sorry, but I do this sort of thing for the people such as myself, who can no longer doubt.

  • Fake as shit

  • Comments still thriving 👌

  • Probs James Charles looking for makeup test subjects.

  • What if aliens aren’t aliens, and are just time traveling humans from the future, looking really weird, because of the change in climate/planet?

  • who knows what kind of deal governmant made with aliens, its like that TV show colony.

  • why isn’t this on netflix instead of that stupid “documentary”

  • I believe aliens are definitely real. Also have seen a “ufo” or whatever when i was about 10.

  • the fool has said in his heart there is no God you fools!

  • Satan is a great deceiver of all time,don't buy his lies!

  • NanOoNanOo👽👾🖖

  • Play Area 51

  • 1997 my brother and I outside during meteor watching, witnessed 2 objects looking like stars at night do similar rotations around each other type movements like at the 12:28 mark in the video. Full circle rotation and then shot out toward space instantly. It freaked us both out and we went back inside the house.

  • Maybe the "UFO" and "Aliens" that Zamora saw were time travelers who freaked out because someone saw them, so they fled as to not fuck up the timeline further

  • I’m always sad when your videos give me recommendations to other “spooky documentary” channels when their quality is simply ass compared to your video’s. Butt ass reddit channels and shittier top 5 is the only thing the algorithm can point to, but your vids stand alone at the top! Thank you always!!!

  • This was fascinating..thanks.

  • Now i believe aliens are real.

  • Kenneth Arnold died at 69 years old :’)

  • 30:43
    Inflammable means the same thing as flammable, by the way.

  • Saw some weird ass shit tonight on my way home from work and it looked undescribable… like I'm a grown ass man and it was like seeing something for the first time as a child with no prior references to go off. It literally didn't make sense. Imagine looking at something but the more you try to distinguish it the less it make sense. It had a defined color and shape but also didnt at the same time. Like all the colors of the rainbow but not one in particular. I pulled over and got out of my car and it just slowly passed over the tree line. It's been hours and i cant spot thinking about it.

  • Much of this information has been published for many years, by many organizations.. Great combination of sightings. The Zamora incident reminds of Ezekiel's visits from Gods, the craft is similar..

  • it was the M Falcon it was lost

  • I don't talk about my encounters it no one business.

  • Wow..! That was well done, and very enjoyabl, good job.

  • metal balloons, ez pz.

  • "All we need now is a plane shaped like a pancake"

    Idk why that had me giggling like a little bitch but it did😂😂

  • SMH we already have Cardi B why do people still be searching for sum aliens

  • I like that these UFO sights were made in the US lol Aliens seems to love America

  • Aliens universal space directions above see n worst is black book shut down the prob probly area 51 n from mutilation s to bug visitations n arrival to upon view detect n point too n danger that's universal foreign n Roswell or uncovered fuckin with a button n touch of another prob be no other n earth that's manmade to n universe who

  • Look up Dr. STEVEN GREER

  • People: are launching weather ballons
    Aliens: wtf is this low tech shit

  • Why so many UFOs come to USA i wanna see some are really Americans so fun to watch?

  • Alines: come to earth so many times
    USA government: it's just an illusion you are all on LSD

  • 19:14 lol so many ballons, wait search light who the fuck are they trolling?

  • Look at it this way: For every whistleblower, there's 5000 people smarter than them who chose not to whistleblow for the good of humanity.

  • Bob lazar… enough said

  • This is from a toy store in my town…. Why don't Aliens eat clowns? Well, first clowns are creepy,and the make-up must taste bad… Look they are here and that's it.. government lies and is extremely stupid to think that we're as dumb as they are.. If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck its got to be a phucking duck. Now that's rocket surgery ( get it ) if I have to explain it, your just to dumb

  • Arnold didn't see "saucers" he described things flying as saucers thrown and bouncing on a still water… Not even 4 min' to get this thing of yours ain't worth it.
    I don't believe in UFO sightings or else. There MAY be alien species, even intelligent (according to what we estimate intelligence is) but either none of these species has reached a level of technology
    as low as of ours, either they did but don't bother about searching and looting (quite apalling), either they decided it ain't worth it sending technology zillions miles and millenias away to stupidly crash on a piece of rock among other zillions 😀
    In France we call that kind of thing of yours as "Putaclick" (kind'o "Click-whore"), since you appeal people on sth you do not know the first thing about…
    I do not intend to be insulting, but such a poor work shouldn't be allowed to be even mentionned. Regards.

  • Extraordinary claims requires Extraordinary evidence

  • The two aliens:
    "Oh man, this machine is broke again. We traveled million light years and now, look in what mess we are, oh holy je-sus of all aliens. My ass can't take this anym- fuck! We are screwed, start the machine, Jeremy! That cop is looking at us!"
    "But I haven't fixed it yet"
    "No, screw that, Jeremy! Jump back inside, I am going to start it with gasoline! God, do I feel ashamed of myself."

    "Only if we had a highly intelligent device which could turn that person into a jelly substance"
    "Stop daydreaming, Jey"

  • Imagine if the clip from the Netflix documentary was actually a real alien filmed by his company, but since they(the aliens) knew that this would be hilarious and most definitely unbelievable they didn't mind to reveal themselves. And the poor dude in the documentary was actually showing a legit natural reaction.

  • Let's just appreciate the fact that IF aliens and UFO's and intergalactic travel are real and now, someone with supreme authority would have taken the responsibility for everyone- keeping a terrifying and polarizing secret out of our daily lives. If real aliens were ever discovered, you can bet the next year on earth will most likely be one of the most catastrophic times in history. Honestly if this stuff were real, you can bet it's being created and controlled by highly intelligent life forms AND NONE OF THEM WANT TO EVEN SPEAK TO HUMANS.

    I'm thinking humanity in general looks poisonous to non-humans.

  • I never have understood the mindset of faking something to prove a truth.

  • I think aliens aren't visiting us that much anymore because they know we know have smartphones with cameras on them.

  • The UFO phenomena explained in one sentence:
    "I don't know what it is, therefore it's extrarerrestrial."

  • Good note that big problem for govt is that dismissals of UFOs and of real secret projects sound identical. Govt everywhere are discovering (too late?) that governing by lies of everything from the price of foreign rice to UFOs backfires. Once the social contract (look it up) is broken, actual representative governing becomes impossible. Govt attempts to stumble on, but people no longer believe in it.
    Little dictators, like Trump, will make lying a governing strategy but with social order falling apart, a Police State emerges–as it is in that great failing test case of representative democracy called America.
    Thus, to study UFOs is an entry into the study of lying as a workable governing strategy. Lies do not work not because "truth always wins" but because lying as a regular strategy eliminates belief in all things–or worse: belief in everything as sheep (Trump).

  • So, an entire alien is recorded on video (Not just a Halloween mask), and Stan Romenek passes several polygraphs about his alleged encounters. Furthermore, none of his videos look flattering for him; they appear to be done as he claims, starts recording when he realizes something is happening no matter what he's wearing or what time of day it is. Stan has also been physically examined and they have found physical evidence that cannot be explained, even a knee injury repaired without surgery by any known human doctor.

    Yet, the narrator of this video claims that what is caught on Romenek's videos is a Halloween mask. Not sure if Lemmino is aware of this, but masks only work if they're attached to people. Also, masks don't have arms or legs or a torso. Also, the Romenek story is very old and has of course attracted lots of criticism from countless skeptics. However, none of these skeptics seems particularly interested in factual information because they make wild, blind claims without any proof — claims such as "The alien in the video is a Halloween mask." Despite the fact that none of these skeptics have ever provided a single shred of evidence that the aliens in this video are not real.

    Essentially, I appreciate skepticism, but making claims without facts is just evil. Maybe one can say that those aliens don't look real, but several sources will tell you that the Grays are not biological entities in the first place. According to many people, Grays are machines. So, if these aliens don't look like convincing life forms in Stan's videos, that only adds further credibility to his claims that aliens are harassing him. Still, no matter what you WANT to believe, the fact still remains that Romenek's stories have piles of evidence which cannot be explained by common phenomena and nobody has EVER proven him to be a fraud. That speaks volumes considering how desperately the nay-sayers have tried to dig for any proof the Romenek was lying.

  • Who got the DEEP SPACE series ads?

  • Roswell was a disinformation campaign to garner congressional support to pass the National Security Act of 1947, which created the CIA, the NSA, and the Air Force.

  • Its that true

  • When I was driving for Uber. I ended up picking up a lady at Dunkin. Donuts we came out of the parking lot. We were waiting at a red light. Some reason I was. Looking up to the skys ahead of me high in the sky. I could see this Thing.. it was a mother ship… it was shiny and whitish.. then i saw these about 3 to 5 little crafts coming out of the main base mothership. I had people beeping so I had to move.. then I was like, " holy shit did you see that?" She said yes…

  • Don't be confused go to the Jeff Rense site & scroll down to find the William Tompkins interviews there you will find all your questions answered.

  • I still say that first one looks exactly like some kind of zeppelin. through binoculars most objects lose a significant amount of visual depth, so in profile it may have looked very much like a disc, while in fact, being more of a cigar, and may have been much larger and farther away than assumed. When in doubt, err on the side of human fallibility, and when still in doubt, remind yourself that the more people are asked a question they believe they know the answer to, the more resolute they will become in that belief, even to the point of unknowingly making things up to verify it.

  • The hottest ufo activities happened during the Cold War era

  • After WWII the aliens were just checking if we all alright and we didn't exterminate ourselves

  • Still Waiting for Somebody aside from Attention Seeking White Americans to Claim they saw Aliens, UFO's or were Abducting and Anally Assaulted by Space Demons – I Shall Keep waiting…

  • Aliens have landed. They spoke to a liberal and high-tailed it home.

  • Aliens are real and humans are fake

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