Famous Sightings, Witnesses and Disappearances.
Barnaul Airport closure, Siberia - 2001
Kelly Cahill Encounter.
Linda Napolitano abduction. Manhattan, 1989.
Fred Valentich, a young pilot, disappeared off the coast of Victoria, south-eastern Australia in August 1978. Shortly before losing contact with air traffic control, Valentich reported a strange, metallic object hovering him which emitted an eerie green glow. The disappearance took place in the midst of many sightings and disappearances in the area. More
Air Force Base
France- January 1981
Chalker and DNA evidence.
Peter showed UFO researcher Bill Chalker that he had recovered an unusual strand of hair from the encounter.
Chalker, over the next several years, assembled a group of scientists and forensic investigators willing to work on UFO-related cases. Full Story
Kenneth Arnold is said to have coined the phrase 'flying saucers'. The farmer, piloting a small aircraft over New Mexico in 1947, used the term to describe objects which he'd observed sharing his air space. More
By Prashant Solomon, the webmaster and editor of www.ufoindia.org
Perhaps of all UFO sightings, the incidents that occurred on March 13, 1997, in Phoenix, Arizona, stand out as the most credible. This is one of the rare cases, possibly the only case, where credible footage of the UFO sighting was not only available, but was also broadcast on CNN, the world's leading news network. MORE
Lonnie Zamora - April 1964
Breeze - 1988
Varginha incident -1995
The photo's on this page were taken by the Brazilian Navy near Trinadade Island in the South Atlantic Ocean. Professional civilian photographer Almiro Baruana from the Brazilian Navy training ship Almirante Saldanha had been preparing to take pictures of the launch of the ship, shot several images of a very active object in front of the entire crew of 48 who watched the disk in awe. The negatives from the camera were observed immediately after the encounter by several of the sailors including the ships captain. They claim the object appeared on these and rule out any hoax.
Between 1989 and 1990, over 2500 witnesses reported seeing enormous, usually triangular shaped craft over Belgium. Reports were made by pilots and policemen and were confirmed by radar at Glons and Semmerzake.