UFO wave on ‘Earthquake night’ in Chile raises questions about China’s UFO waveby Cherlyn Gardner Strong on Sep. 14, 2010, under Paranormal, UFOs
UFO Digest has posted an article, based on reports of a UFO wave out of Chile on “earthquake night”. Sixteen sightings were reported that evening.
This raises some questions in my mind regarding natural disasters and UFO sightings. In July, at the time of the airport shutdown on July 7th, eastern China was in the midst of typhoons, resulting in flooding, mudslides and numerous deaths. Yesterday’s sighting in inner Mongolia in China (that also shutdown an airport) coincides with a severe drought in the region. The drought has caused a major shortage in drinking water, as well as massive cracks in alfalfa fields. What is likely a severe case of subsidence has left deep cracks in the earth. These mysterious cracks, up to 10 meters in depth, have halted farming and are awaiting an explanation from experts.
Earthquake night in Chile presents yet another natural disaster that coincides with UFO sightings.
The UFO Digest article is partially presented below. After reading it and following the link to the rest of the article, you are invited back here for discussion. With the hopes of starting a meaningful discussion, I welcome your comments in the comments section below.
Sixteen UFO Cases Reported on Earthquake Night in Chile
Submitted by Scott Corrales on Tue, 09/14/2010 – 13:15
By Natalia Heusser
The earthquake was followed by a boom in UFO sightings, but sixteen cases occurred on the night of the tragedy alone (some of them accompanied by significant visual material) which have been subjected to study by UFO researchers.
Researcher Rodrigo Fuenzalida told Publimetro that the highest concentrations of reports appear to be Las Condes, Peñalolén, Providencia and Colina. “We have eyewitness testimony from a couple that refused to sleep in their apartment on the night of the earthquake, choosing instead to spend the early morning hours in the street. They were able to see an object that looked much like the moon, but immediately realized that the moon was on the other side. This event may have been seen by residents of other communes,” said Fuenzalida.