Earthfiles Viewers High Strangeness Reports

“That Skyhawk disappeared without a trace on a cloudless day in perfect flying weather.”

- U. S. Navy eyewitness, Tonkin Gulf, North Vietnam, 1968

A  U.S. Navy A-4E over North Vietnam in November 1967. Image source U.S. Defense Visual Information System.
A  U.S. Navy A-4E over North Vietnam in November 1967. Image source U.S. Defense Visual Information System.

“I know what their alien skin looks like up close. It always sort of reminded of a Brown Anole lizard.”

- Earthfiles viewer and Coast listener

The Brown Anole, Anolis sagrei or Norops sagrei is a lizard native to Cuba and the Bahamas.
The Brown Anole, Anolis sagrei or Norops sagrei is a lizard native to Cuba and the Bahamas.

January 12, 2011  Albuquerque, New Mexico - On December 16, 2010, I reported news updates at Earthfiles.com and Coast to Coast AM radio that included unusual changing patterns of bright orange lights of unknown origin over Naples, Florida; multi-colored, spinning, “gyroscopic” aerial objects in Florida, Japan and Tunisia; lime green light and lizard-skinned non-humans. Following my Earthfiles and radio reports, many viewers and listeners wrote about their own experiences, including the emails below.

 

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