Re: Fwd = [ufologyinuk] Huge UFO hovers for 90 minutes in US!!!
- It would appear that this is a misunderstanding, and the Airport was
--- In ufonet@y..., WITMERCAR@a... wrote:
> In a message dated 1/31/01 8:37:26 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> fwestra@h... writes:
> << To all:
> I had to go to the bathroom during the 'news-break' tonight
> while listening to the 21st Century Radio broadcast of the Dr. Bob
> Hieronimus show (you can go to my site and click on the 'links'
> section--then click on the large picture icon of Dr. Bob to tune-
> this great show--http://JasonLeigh.org). Upon returning to my
> where the broadcast was blaring from my computer speakers--I
> the tail-end of this news report:
> * Today (1/30/01), a huge--and 'shinny'--UFO hovered over an
> airport near--I think--Denver, Colorado--for 90 minutes!!! It was
> by hundreds of people. One cargo plane REFUSED to take off from
> airport--while another 'cargo' plane REFUSED to land--due to this
> UFO just 'hovering' over the airport. There were reports that NO
> airplanes would land, or take off from the run-ways--until--90
> later: the UFO just-------vanished!
> x x x
> Now, this 'news report' came from "The Liberty Network News,"
> a BIG DEAL in the USA--as they promote the quest for TRUTH in
> Broadcasting--which I admire--having been formerly in TV-news and
> discourged by the lack thereof. They (Liberty Works)aren't going
> report just any ole UFO story. Nope.
> Please understand that this was not a ver batum accounting--these
> just the words I recalled hearing (being ever mindful of UFO
> reports)upon returning to the study--and since it was the
> break' of the radio show: I was unable to take notes--should the
> be repeated. I will write to Dr. Bob--since he is a personal
> friend--for more details--but would ask all of you in the UK to
> your ears open across the Pond for this report--as it WAS NOT
> by the major TV news this evening--at all.
> ** Now--for the 'grovy' part: 'Cargo' airplanes were repeated in
> report several times. Near Denver--there is an Air Force airport
> (actually--several)where mostly--'cargo' planes land and take off.
> this 'event' had happened at the Denver airport (commercial
> I'd venture to say that we would have heard more about it.
> I'll close for now--wishing you all 'happy hunting' on this one!!!
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