UFO Cases

Hosted byGeorge Noory

UFO Cases

Highlights

  • Morehead: Screaming Woman & 911 Call
  • US - Russia Space Venture
  • About the show

    The first half of Friday's show featured Peter Davenport of the National UFO Reporting Center, who brought on two representatives from MUFON, Kenny Young, and Donnie Blessing, to discuss a recent case that took place in Morehead, Kentucky.

    Young said he tracked down a witness to the event, a psychologist, who told him he saw a white oval-shaped light in the sky that was flying erratically. He and his two sons witnessed the craft descending on a field across from their house, where it appeared to turn "blood red," in color and grow in size, before it "shot off like a dart" to the west. Dogs throughout the neighborhood began barking furiously during the descent, he said.

    Then, shortly after this incident, they heard "blood curdling" screams of a woman coming from the field, calling out "help me," and "oh my God." Young played a tape of a separate witness making a 911 call reporting the screams. The local Police and Fire Dept. searched the area, but did not find any trace of the woman.

    Open Lines

    The latter half of Friday's program was devoted to Open Lines, and among the callers was a man who was given a phone number in a dream, that he was told to call to reach his deceased mother. It turned out the number was to an unlisted Pentagon line, he claimed. A scientist from Oshkosh related a story, he was told by several physicists, that the US and Russia had a secretive "joint initiative" in which they had successfully landed on Mars where they found ruins of a previous civilization. A third caller suggested that major quakes were associated with alignments between the sun and the moon, and he predicted the next big quake would be on Feb. 26th, 2004.

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