Think Aboutit – UFOs

Searching for the TRUTH on UFOs


1942: The Most Incredible Mass Sighting Of All? The Battle Of Los Angeles

Wednesday, February 25, 1942 By Jeff Rense Five years before Roswell, five years before pilot Kenneth Arnold‘s landmark sightings of “flying saucers” in the Pacific Northwest, 3 years before the Battle of the Bulge, two years before D-Day, and years before the so-called “modern UFO era” had officially begun, there was the Battle of Los Angeles, arguably the most sensational, dramatic UFO mass encounter on record. Have you ever heard of… Read More


Article from the: St Louis Post-Dispatch July 3, 1947 _______________________________ ARMY GETS AROUND TO CHECKING `FLYING DISC‘ AND IS MYSTIFIED WASHINGTON, July 3 (UP)- Army research experts can’t explain the ” flying saucers” reported seen in several western states, but they are investigating, they said. The Army air forces has checked all of their research authorities and contractors, but none of them knew or could suggest anything concrete… Read More


SECRET     DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE          AFOIR-CO/Lt Col Garrett/mob/4544 28 Oct 47         Intelligence Requirements on Flying Saucer Type       Aircraft   CSGID Hq. USAF – AFOIR 30 OCT 1947 Attn: Plans and   Lt Col Garrett/mob/4544 Collection Branch           1.     It is requested that a Collection Memorandum, similar to the attached draft, be… Read More


TRANSCRIPT OF BERGSTROM AFB INTERVIEW OF BETTY CASH, VICKIE & COLBY LANDRUM August 1981  Part 1 of 2  TRANSCRIPT of taped interview held at Bergstom Air Force Base Law Library Building 2102, 17 August 1981, between Betty Cash, Vicki Landrum, Colby Landrum and representatives of the United States Air Force in the persons of Captain John Camp, Acting Staff Judge Advocate, Captain Terry Davis, Claims Officer, and Miss Pat… Read More

1990: In search of “Foo-Fighters”

WW II Document Research By Andy Roberts (Originally published in: UFO BRIGANTIA No 66, JULY 1990) Every student of the history of UFOs knows of the phenomenon seen during WWII and known as foo-fighters, kraut fireballs or a variety of other names. Basically they were balls of light which followed and hovered around `planes of all nationalities both in daylight and after dark. Research into this subject has… Read More

1994: Inside the Military UFO Underground

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1998: Nellis, UFO Buffs, War Games And Deadly Crashes

Source: The Las Vegas Sun [NV] Date: Sept 5 1998 Tim Dahlberg [AP] LAS VEGAS – The F-117 stealth fighter flew secret nighttime tests there. So did the U-2 and other spy planes. UFO buffs believe the government studies aliens in a top-security area on its northern fringe. Military mysteries aside, it’s no secret Nellis Air Force Base range can be a deadly place. The crash of two… Read More

2007: Bel Air man writes of UFOs in wartime

Research of WWII events uncovers the unexplained By Cassandra A. Fortin special to the sun December 9, 2007   The peculiar red orb hung motionless in the summer sky near Frederick. A boy at the time, Keith Chester vividly recalls that day in 1966. It was about 6:30 p.m. and Chester was on his way to a friend’s house. As he walked, he noticed a shiny red ball… Read More

2014: Secret Triangular Aircraft Sighted AGAIN! This Time there is Video!

by Olav Phillips Over the last few months there has been an increasing number of sightings of a specific style triangular aircraft seen in our skies. The first photos emerged from the Midwest and South of the United States and clearly showed triangular aircraft shooting across the sky. Now it appears we have another set of photos, and a video! The video, which purports to come from an… Read More

Did A UFO Just Take Down Russia’s Proton Rocket? Was It A Missile? Fascinating Video Footage

A Russian Proton-M rocket with a very advanced satellite on board crashed not far from Kazakhstan’s territory on Friday. It was only in the air for about nine minutes before it crashed out -or was it taken down? If it made to its final destination, the Express-AM4R would have been Russia’s most advanced and powerful satellite to date. Why did the rocket crash? This is currently unknown but… Read More

Dr. J. Allen Hynek’s Major Contribution in the Field of Ufology

Skeptics and ufologists very rarely concede to one another or meet in the middle. However, when these two opposing sides do cross enemy lines, the greatest benefit would go to the UFO research. Allen Hynek was once a UFO skeptic but decided to classify the most promising and compelling scientific cases of alien encounters and UFO sightings. Hynek started to become less skeptic as he carefully examined and… Read More

ETs, Plasmas, or a Deeply Hidden Military Presence?

by Dr. Greg Little In part 1 of this series, the Gulf Breeze UFO Hoax was summarized with the conclusions of this sordid affair being twofold. First, the flap at Gulf Breeze was started by a series of hoaxes that certainly fooled many of the then-current key figures in ufology. But it also seems likely that the subsequent intense interest by many people who wanted to become involved… Read More

Jackie Gleason’s TripTo The Alien Morgue

By Marty Murray Morty’s “To the moon, Alice!” There was a time when you could say that phrase and immediately most everyone knew exactly who you’re talking about: ‘The Great One.” The fine actor and comedian Jackie Gleason will forever be associated with his role of bus driver Ralph Cramden on the popular TV series, “The Honeymooners.” But there was another side to Jackie that few people… Read More