Thursday, March 22, 2007

Ex-Arizona Governor Admits Truth About Phoenix Lights

And it's being shown on CNN.

This is very interesting because at the time the Phoenix Lights happened, former governor Fife Symington had promised to look into this and get to the bottom of it.

The next day, he held a press conference and said they had apprehended the individual responsible for the lights, and a man walked in the room dressed as an ET, he turned the whole thing into a big laugh. By downplaying the event, he upset the many people who had witnessed this event, which was practically the whole city of Phoenix.

This is a pretty major happening.


From a Yahoo News Report

Ufo Crawler was developed to make it easier to conduct advanced research and tap information and knowledge sources worldwide to form educated opinions about topics such as UFO Sightings, time travel, conspiracy theories and anomalies.

Powered by IBM OmniFind Yahoo! Edition enterprise search software, UFOCrawler helps users precisely target and gather information from relevant sources, including thousands of documents and files collected in the vast Anomalies Network archive, as well as multiple global resources across the Web on topics such as such as ghosts, conspiracy theories and extraterrestrials. Previously, using a conventional Web search engine, a search on a term such as Area 51, for example -- would return thousands of irrelevant and inaccurate results.

"Only through raw information can people form their own opinions about what is happening out there," said Olav Phillips, founder, The Anomalies Network. "The questions about the paranormal are some of the most fundamental questions of humanity. People can't draw conclusions, make a decision or form an opinion based on a single sighting or event. UFOCrawler is designed to give users a more holistic view of all the information sources they need to decide for themselves."

France Releases UFO Files and Yahoo News has reported today that France has released 50 years worth of their secret UFO files, becoming the first country to do so.

"Cases such as the lady who reported seeing an object that looked like a 'flying roll of toilet paper' are clearly not worth investigating," said Jacques Patenet, the aeronautical engineer who heads the office for the study of 'non-identified aerospatial phenomena.'

But he did go on to continue that many others cases involving multiple sightings -- in at least one case involving thousands of people across France -- and physical evidence such as burn marks and radar trackings are taken very seriously.

Of the 1,600 cases registered since 1954, nearly 25 percent are classified as "type D," meaning that "despite good or very good data and credible witnesses, we are confronted with something we can't explain," Patenent said.

The information release may be found at

At this time the website is in French but you can use free online translators such as Babel Fish. is the official news website of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, the Philippine's most widely circulated broadsheet.