Hudson Valley UFOs & the Paranormal

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Date Host George Noory
Guests Philip Imbrogno, Stanton Friedman

UFO investigator for over thirty years, Philip Imbrogno discussed the Hudson Valley sightings of the 1980s, as well as hidden connections between UFOs and other unexplained phenomena. Working with the renowned J. Allen Hynek, he investigated the Hudson Valley cases which began around 1983, and were accompanied by a host of paranormal phenomena.

A triangular craft larger than a football field, referred to as a "city in the sky," was repeatedly seen moving silently over the Hudson Valley by witnesses from all walks of life, said Imbrogno (a photo of the craft is the first of the images here). The UFO was seen shining a bright beam of light down on individual cars and houses-- later, people who came into contact with the light reported contact or abduction experiences, he noted.

A similar UFO flew over the Indian Point Nuclear Plant and was the subject of a police investigation, he detailed. He also discussed unusual caves with magnetic anomalies, and beings known as the jinn. Arabic belief suggests that the jinn (or genies) are harmful interdimensional creatures that can take on many shapes. They exist between matter and energy, and could be the entities people contact when they go into channeling sessions, Imbrogno said.

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