UFOs over Washington

Hosted byGeorge Noory

UFOs over Washington

Highlights

  • 2002 UFO Landing
  • Witness Accounts
  • Photo Analysis
  • About the show

    Editor of Unicus Magazine, Robert Stanley discussed photographic evidence and witness testimony of UFO activity in Washington DC. Over the last 150 years, the US capital has had more UFO sightings per square mile, than any other place, he reported.

    In 1952 alone, UFOs showed up 22 times in Washington, varying from the "size of a gumball to the size of a city," Stanley said. The military was befuddled by craft that were there for hours at a time, but not attacking them.Stanley conjectured that ETs are "extra-dimensionals" and may have arrived in greater frequency out of concern over our nuclear explosions which could affect their dimension.

    A UFO event of July 16, 2002 was captured on film by a former ABCphotographer, Will Allen, and according to Stanley, shows a craft landing on the Capitol building. Additional photos reveal a "star gate" and "energy signature" when the craft left the airspace, he stated. Stanley also told of an acquaintance of his named J.W., who is said to be a "Nordic" alien. The blonde, blue-eyed human-appearing man, whom he met on the set of The Other Side, informed him that he was brought to Earth as a small infant from the Tau Ceti star system.

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