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Strange Phenomena in Missouri

Date: 11-22-11
Host: George Noory
Guests: Linda Moulton Howe, Lloyd Pye

In her first two segments, investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed the unidentified balls, discs, and entity encounters in Kansas City, Missouri since April 2011 and the 125 orange spheres that flew in waves toward Lee's Summit, Missouri. She interviewed Margie Kay, the Asst. State Director of Missouri MUFON, who noted that in a one month period between the first week of October to November 2011, Kansas City Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) had received nearly 80 cases, the biggest UFO flap in such a short time in the city's history. Among the sightings were a soundless diamond-shaped craft, a large slow-moving circular disc that ejected a red sphere, a flaming orange orb, and a small orb that a dog chased into the woods.

Additionally, Kay described cases where a UFO witness with missing time had a strange crystal tooth installed in her mouth, and a retired police detective saw a small alien being, as a black triangular craft hovered over his backyard. More of Kay's interview here. Linda also spoke with witness Richard Vick, who described seeing waves of small orange spheres flying in the sky between Kansas City and the suburb, Raytown in June of 2011 (photo below). Numerous other witnesses saw the orbs, and a local TV news station reported on the event, he said. More.

In her third report, Linda shared information on how Solar Cycle 24 could be the last cycle for decades to have any sunspots at all. If that plays out, then, for the first time in 400 years, Earth will go through a solar Grand Minimum like the Maunder Minimum of 1635 to 1715, when Europe went through a 'Little Ice Age.' Solar physicist David Hathaway told her we wouldn't know for sure until 2013, but that the current & upcoming sun cycles offered a good opportunity to study how they affect global warming. In her last report, she spoke with author Philip Coppens about Erich von Daniken's latest book, Odyssey of the Gods, in which he proposes that the Greek Gods were extraterrestrials.

Alien Skulls

First hour guest, researcher Lloyd Pye commented on reports of a "Starchild'-like skull found in Peru. The type of skulls in the news are the same as the 'Coneheads,' which have long been known of, he said. The Coneheads, which are different than the singular Starchild skull he's studied, were typically the product of humans trying to reshape or elongate their skulls. However, Pye suggested that the Coneheads were doing this in order to emulate the appearance of the gods/ETs who had visited their civilizations, and that some of the found skulls could be human-alien hybrids.

News segment guest: Cal Orey

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Orange Spheres in Missouri

Orange Spheres in Missouri

Linda Moulton Howe writes: [This is] one of many orange spheres seen moving in night sky between 9:30 PM to 10 PM between southern Kansas City and Raytown, a suburb straight east, on June 14, 2011. This image of an unidentified orange sphere near a tree limb and what appears to be a small white object moving downward from the sphere was taken in Raytown. Further west at the intersection of I-435 and Gregory Blvd, Kansas City Insurance agent Richard Vick counted 125 red-orange glowing spheres that emerged behind trees and rose into the air every two minutes over the half-hour across the road from where he stopped his car to watch.

Image provided by MUFON-Missouri; Raytown photographer requests anonymity.

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