Weird that two such news stories should come out so close to one another. The first one in CA and the other in China. BOTH news stories of UFO reported sightings:
Aliens and UFO’s have been part of human lore and legend throughout history, but this past weekend those legends came to life for several valley residents and part, they say, of their very real here and now.
“There’s been reports left and right coming out of the central San Joaquin Valley,” declares Jeffrey Gonzalez.
We introduced you to Gonzalez last Monday. AT&T technician by day, Gonzalez is the founder of the Sanger Paranormal Society and part-time investigator for “MUFON” a civilian UFO research organization on his own time. Gonzalez contacted us about one Clovis family’s reported, harrowing experience with what they described as “a cigar-shaped “UFO” last Friday night, July 2nd.
“They saw something that night and it scared them really bad.” Badly enough, says Gonzalez, to send the father running out into the night in his underwear to try and get his family to safety.
“He said, Jeff. it wasn’t an airplane, it wasn’t a helicopter it wasn’t making any type of noise it didn’t have engines on it nothing and it was headed right for their house.”
Meanwhile, someone else posted video to YouTube of what they called a UFO over Fresno from that same night, and Gonzalez himself videotaped mysterious white vans that he says he saw parked at the family’s house the next day.
So we set out with Gonzalez Monday to canvas the neighborhood for other possible witnesses… but at the time we could find no one. Since Monday, however, several more reports have filtered in from witnesses who say, they saw something too, Gonzalez says.
“There’s a lot of crazy stuff happening here in Fresno.”
Gonzalez also says the family we mentioned does not want to talk about their experience to the media, but since airing our report Monday, several people have called the KMPH Fox 26 newsroom saying they too saw something in the sky this past weekend that they cannot explain.
And how about this one, coming from across the ‘pond':
Planes were grounded and flights were diverted away from Xiaoshan airport in Hangzhou City, in the country’s east, after the mysterious glowing object appeared on monitoring instruments late Wednesday night, the Shanghai Daily reported.
In a further twist, the closure followed several supposed sightings of a strange airborne object across the city, with locals reportedly seeing a comet-like fireball in the sky.
Airport authorities immediately notified passengers to stop boarding and grounded all planes about to take off as flights were rerouted to neighboring airports in the cities of Ningbo and Wuxi, Xinhua news agency said.
The unexplained object soon vanished from radar screens but flights were delayed from taking off for a further four hours.
An airport spokesman said an investigation was underway, but refused to elaborate.
A local bus driver, giving his name only as Yu, told Xinhua he had seen a strange glowing object in the sky late Wednesday afternoon.
“The thing suddenly ran westwards fast, like it was escaping from something,” he said.
Not that I am sure we have anything to worry about…
I’ll be sure to keep you updated however, just in case.