Many of the sightings reported are sensationalized, with usually a lot of information missing.
Please keep this in mind as you view these postings from the local and national press.
I’m afraid many also fail to follow-up on their initial leads, and many reports just remain forgotten.
Some incidents could be UFO balloons (please see: http://dandare.wordpress.com/2007/05/19/ufo-balloons-what-are-they/ for more details, from a previous article).
There are also many other IFOs ( Identified Flying Objects they could be as well).
However, as i have said before, i am not sure what value they are to any UFO research.
Also for real-time UFO map from MUFON see here
Please be patient whilst i catch up on information/links/articles…. thank you.
UFO sighting (Milton Ulladulla Times)
The incident happened on Monday night of last week and was the second time in a week Mr Preston had seen UFOs.
The previous Wednesday he had been using his telescope to watch Venus about 10pm, when he saw two objects moving across from the north-north-west sky.
“I got a pretty good view of them,” he said.
“They kept going and going and going.”
Then on the Monday night he saw three objects “clear as a bell” flying low over Lake Conjola from the east-north-east between 9pm and 10pm, he said.
“They virtually came over my house,” he said.
Though he claims to be a UFO skeptic, former U.S. Senator for Alaska Mike Gravel is one of six former members of Congress scheduled to join a staged UFO investigation in a Washington D.C. at the end of the month. The event purports to be an inquiry into a vast government cover-up. The promoters have rented the ballroom at The National Press Club’s Washington D.C. headquarters for five days beginning April 29.
A witness recorded approximately three minutes of video showing multiple fireball UFOs in the sky above Cork, Ireland.
The witness, YouTube user Naktis Ireland, uploaded the video to the video sharing service on March 16, 2013. But the title of the video indicates the incident occurred in December 2012. The video shows multiple bright balls of light appearing out of nowhere, and drifting slowly through the sky. The low-quality video is extremely jittery, but the witness explains:
I am sorry for the quality, it was filmed with a mobile phone. Ironically I had a Cannon EOS 500D with 300mm lens at home that could of filmed in 3000×3000 but I was afraid that they would disappear by the time I got my camera as this is a very rare opportunity so instead, used a phone to record as much as possible.
Caboolture, Queensland (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Mr Philip decided to speak out in the hope others may be able to corroborate the sightings.
The first sighting, he said, was of a bright white light travelling much slower and lower than a normal plane.
“It was so smooth and silent, just gliding through the air,” he said.
In the second sighting, Mr Philip said a similar light was travelling northwest before making a sudden 40-degree turn and then disappearing.
“I can’t explain it, it was awesome and I hope I see some more,” he said.
Despite the footage being filmed in December, the video was only posted online last week – causing many Internet aficionados to cry foul.
Writing on YouTube, the poster addressed concerns about the shakiness of his UFO video.
The aliens are coming and they’ve found the perfect landing pad, nestled among the emerald hills of an Irish suburb.
That is, if you choose to believe footage made by one UFO spotter who filmed the glowing sky-balls hovering over Cork, in southern Ireland.
But rather than share his discovery with the world straight away, the bashful space twitcher chose to sit on it for four months before posting a video on YouTube.
There are possibilities this video is a fake. The lack of audio, for one, has led to doubts over how genuine the footage is. American horror writer Whitley Strieber posted a note on the video, on his Web site, and said he had the video analysed by three experts. Two of the three people consulted declared the tape was a hoax, while the third made no decision either way.
Astronauts working aboard International Space Station are claiming to have seen a blinking entity or object, which they said was a UFO activity that took place on 18 and 19 April 2013.
Similar episodes have been reported by Scott C. Waring, who edits UFO Sightings Daily. The reports are talking about recordings of multiple UFOs and their activities that took place on the 18th and 19th of April 2013 and were recorded on NASA live cameras.
A SERIES of videos recorded on a mobile phone in the sky above Mundaring has reignited the debate on UFOs.
The recording, which shows a bright orb changing colours, is the work of a York man who details his experience exclusively in the next Tuesday’s Midland-Kalamunda Reporter.
She proudly announces that she has seen many UFOs in her lifetime – three sightings in Noosa, one in Coffs Harbour in New South Wales, and another two in the last month on the Sunshine Coast.
“My first sighting was in 1997,” she said.
“I was travelling to Coffs Harbour on a domestic flight, looked out the window and not far from me, a UFO dashed past, heading in the opposite direction.
Rob Hartland has taken more than 20,000 photos of the day-time sky in the past six months and analysed them on his computer.
It began when he was taking photos of clouds to test out a new camera when he noticed a “smudge” that, when enlarged and enhanced, “had some structure to it, suggesting it could be some sort of craft in the sky”.
He says since then he has identified a dozen different UFOs including round, square and saucer-shaped craft, posting the photos to his website wispyclouds.net for extra-terrestrial buffs and sceptics to ponder.