Stanley Fulham dies, predictions of UFO appearances included October New York sightingby Cherlyn Gardner Strong on Dec. 24, 2010, under UFO News, UFOs
Stanley A. Fulham, the man who predicted the appearance of UFOs over New York City on October 13th of this year, has died.
Fulham died on December 19, 2010 following a battle with cancer. He gained worldwide attention for his predictions, which he attributed to a group of beings he called “Transcendors”. The next prediction concerns the appearance of UFOs over Moscow in early January 2011.
“Stanley Fulham was a brave man who lived the final years of his life dedicated to disseminating the truth about extraterrestrial life. He will be missed by many. May he rest in peace.” – Michael E. Salla, Ph.D.
Stanley Fulham dies – leaves legacy of UFO/ET predictionsDecember 23, 2010
Stanley A. Fulham, a retired Captain from the Royal Canadian Air Force, died on December 19, 2010 after a battle with cancer. Fulham came to the attention of the UFO/exopolitics community with his recently published book, Challenges of Change, where he made a number of predictions concerning the appearance of UFOs and extraterrestrial life. His prediction of UFOs over New York City on October 13 attracted international media attention when unidentified objects did show up and were witnessed by thousands. The closure of New York’s three major airports on the same day has been claimed to be linked to the UFO sighting. [READ MORE]
Copyright 2010, Cherlyn Gardner Strong
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