They’re probably just airplanes, of course, but i’ve seen UFOs before, so i’m less skeptical than other people. Sorry, scientifically-minded folks. There could be a perfectly rational explanation for UFOs, but i cannot accept swamp gas, weather balloons, bright stars, and misidentified aircraft for every sighting. They don’t have be extraterrestrial. They can be natural phenomenon, not guided by any intelligence, but i have yet to read a decent explanation for one particular sighting i had. I don’t care to discard something i saw with my own eyes because it doesn’t fit any conventional science.
Anyway, there’s a man in Las Vegas named Ramon Watkins, who goes by the name of Prophet Yahweh. The site is a little odd, which is to be expected, and yes, it asks for money for members. Ehh…. typical. However, he claims to have a vow of poverty and turns the money to keeping the bandwidth going, as well as funding, “a very unique housing, feeding, clothing, job training, and education program.” He seems more sincere than Pastor Ted in my opinion, and certainly less dangerous.
He’s contacting local news affiliates in Las Vegas. The NBC affiliate KVBC gave Watkins a chance. All they got was an airplane, but Watkins admitted failure. He claims that they are not friendly, and plan to take over the planet. He expects major events in the next 45 days, starting this coming week.
The ABC affiliate KTNV tried too, but they didn’t identify whatever was in the sky as an aircraft. Considering that it was moving fast, and to the local Air Force base, it’s almost certainly just a military aircraft at a very high altitude, so high its features become indistinguishable. When it disappeared, it had simply reached a point that the light reflecting from the sun no longer reached the eyes of those observers.
No, i haven’t forgotten the Amazing Kreskin. Still, i love a good imminent UFO invasion delusion. Yeah, i think Watkins is sincere, so this doesn’t qualify as a hoax in my opinion.