I normally do NOT post UFO sightings or stories. This one is different because, in my view, it includes a trusted and high profile source. Gordon Duff, senior editor of “Veterans Today”, provides photos, forensic analysis and commentary of a UFO that was caught on video over North Korea as they were planning their missile launch on April 7, 2012.
If you recall, that missile launch failed. And, most Western nations condemned North Korea for attempting the launch.
“Veterans Today decided to turn to a top counter-terrorism intelligence resource and see whether we were dealing with goose or gander. There was that smell of reality here, one we don’t always see”, Duff explained.
“We then went to intelligence sources in Korea. There we learned an astounding story which we are not able to fully confirm. The aircraft, one that appears to be a “flying saucer,” is one of two American reconnaissance vehicles stationed on the Korean peninsula by the United States.”
The Veterans Today article contains very short videos, analysis and commentary. It’s an intriguing article. Because it’s a rather lengthy piece, I decided to just give the link.
I also included a link to a fascinating documentary video on “UFO’s The Greatest Story Ever Denied”. In that vid, many army, pilots, astronauts, politicians and other bona fide persons discuss the reality of UFO’s and the cover-up.
Here’s the link to “Veterans Today” UFO article:
Here’s the vid link to “UFO’s The Greatest Story Ever Denied” (documentary)
At the 8 min mark, a true 1942 news vid and commentary is presented in which the military, in Los Angeles, fires 1500 rounds at a UFO along the California coast.