Curiosity’s mission to Mars began years ago, but the rover has continued to study the Red Planet well past its initial two-year mission timeline, to establish the historic habitability of Mars for life. It is now working in collaboration with the new Perseverance Mars rover, which landed in February 2021 and has been tasked with collecting rock and soil samples for a possible return to Earth.
KENS NOTE: As you know by now, NASA says it has no evidence of life on Mars. After researching a few hundred images from the rovers on Mars, I have discovered hundreds of insects and very strange things. NASA has purposely blurred many images on Mars in order to hide life on Mars. All you have to do is research and view the NASA hi-def images to see for yourself. I have found the most images on Gigapan. ….……. Panoramic Photography | Panoramic Images | Hi-Res Images | GigaPan This will take you to images on Mars. You can also find the GigaPan images on Facebook. There are a few Mars sites that have the GigaPan images on them. These images seem to be in hi-definition and makes it easy to spot insects or mammals. Make sure you are using a larger desk top screen or laptop, at least 16 inches, to properly see the image. Zoom in on the image and see for yourself. It usually takes me a few hours to properly scan one image for insects. Below are some of my newer findings on Mars. Sometimes it is very hard to get a clear image of these insects. Most of the time they are very small and by the time I enlarge them, the image looks blurry. Send me your findings and I will publish them for you….email@example.com
In October of 1917, Francis McHouney of the 302nd Barrage Balloon squadron, US Army Air Corp, tracked and logged several dozen “spurious flying objects [that] were not Boche or one of our guys”. Their unit had Remington Acoustical trackers (large horns that amplified sound waves and were used well into the second World War) and the then top secret Marconi Wireless Aerial Direction Finder (a predecessor of radar). “Me and the boys had moved up and around the assembling area for our next big attack against the Boche. We had heard about the new land battleships that was going to win us the war. Our unit was to put up balloons to keep the Boche from flying over. We had detectors up and manned to give [us] warning if any enemy planes were coming so that the swabbies in the landships could get them under cover”. McHouney continues, “We had heard rumors about fantastic Boche airplanes that seemed to be watching anywhere the landships were. That was why we were there, to keep them away. Our balloons were up, 4 at 500 feet, about 300 feet apart.
Four up at 1000 feet further back in a second line and the final four at 1400 feet, by the book as Capt. Burns would say.” [Ed. the 301st and 303rd were also present, the three units deployed in a semicircle in front of the army assembly area.] “The first time [I] saw them, I was on leave which meant I could go to the rear trenches. Me and a couple of others went to look at the land ships but couldn’t get near them cause of the MPs. We could see ’em across in the field, all covered with branches to hide them. Only branches left for miles, must’ve hauled them up from way back in the rear. Scary looking things, all bristling with guns. Jed [Ed. Jed Wilson, boyhood friend of Mchouney, they joined up together] shouted and pointed up. There was something that looked like a giant mess plate [Ed. A mess plate was a tin plate that looks very similar to a modern pie pan, about 8” in diameter used by US Army soldiers in WWI and WWII] just hanging over the field, directly above one of the landships.
Suddenly, it rose straight up, without making a sound until it faded into the clouds.” When McHouney arrived back to his unit, he found that the Marconis had registered something BEHIND them that just appeared and then disappeared. The Remingtons had detected nothing when hurridly turned around and aimed backwards. Over the course of the next few days, the object appeared and disappeared every few hours, causing a disturbance each time. “We were ordered to close up the spacing of the balloons and move backwards, until after a week the ballons were almost touching. A daredevil could walk around the camp on the balloons if he wanted to. We let them up to 2500 feet and used up darn near all the cables on the front and would’ve gone higher if we could’ve got more” The objects continued to be sighted. McHouney continues “On the 23rd we recieved visitors, Mr Churchill, who invented the land ships [Ed. Churchill was responsible for pushing through the development of the tanks but others are credited with the invention] and a Mr Wells who was introduced as a scientific advisor to the Ministry, and some others.
They set up a couple of cameras but rumor was all the pictures came out black, as if the plates were exposed to light accidently.” Later, “We were all questioned about what we had seen and the log books off the Remingtons and the Marconis were taken. They told us not to talk about this to anyone, but the Boche had a new super Zepplin and we were seeing the observation car hanging down from it. We all accepted this but years later, I came to doubt it. What we saw was BIG and it would’ve taken a very big Zepplin to carry it.” [From “Boche and Balloons, My Experiences With The 302nd”, Francis McHouney, published 53/04/01 by Smythe Books, London, England] Curiously, no record of these incidents appears in official unit records of the US Army Air Corp and the last surviving member [Walter “Smitty” Smith, 301st] of the 301st, 302nd, and 303rd, died on April 1, 1968 of cancer in the Pembrooke VA Hospital in North Carolina. NOTE: The above image is CGI.
I was 13 years old, living in a small town called Patos de Minas in Minas Gerais, Brazil at the time. I slept in the same bedroom as my mom, but she was not at home that night, so after dinner, I watched some TV and went to bed. That was a hot night, so I left the window open to get some air. I didn’t remember very well what time was it but it was before 9 PM when I got to bed. I fell asleep after some minutes. I woke up with a brighter light than usual in my room, the light was coming from the window, but it was much brighter than it should be because the window of our bedroom was not faced to the street. I remember that I had some issues opening my eyes because of the light. When I was able to finally see better, I saw three entities in my window. When I realized that I was totally terrified, but also I was not able to move, maybe because of fear. I first thought that it could be someone trying to get into the house to steal something, but when I focused on the beings, they were not human. They had big heads, the skin was in some shades of gray, the eyes were large and black, the mouths were small and I saw no nose or ears.
They were staring at me, and sometimes they would look at each other. I didn’t hear anything, so if they were communicating between them it could be they were talking very low or with their minds. I don’t know how much time passed, I just know that after a while I was able to turn my face away from the window and just kept staring at the wall waiting for that to pass, but the bright light was covering the whole room and I was really scared. I remember turning my face to the window two or three times and the entities were still there. After that, I just remember waking up the next morning. But the weird part is that I didn’t remember anything about that for quite a while. The memory seems to be repressed by my mind for years. I was just able to fully recover the whole experience when I was 17 years old and I didn’t tell this to anyone for 10 years afraid that people say that it was just a dream or that I was crazy. Although I didn’t remember the experience, after that I was never able to go to sleep with the windows or doors open again. My mom asked me many times why I started to sleep with the bedroom windows and door closed and I was not able to explain, just said that I was not feeling comfortable sleeping with them open. I am 30 almost 31 years old today and I still can’t sleep in a room with the windows or door open. NOTE: The above image is CGI.
The case was first reported to Peter Davenport of the National UFO Reporting Center. Peter and WA MUFON Director of Investigations have now interviewed three witnesses. I contacted Robert A. Fairfax and asked if he had some more details on the elk abduction by a UFO on February 25, 1999. Fairfax writes, “We are currently arranging interviews with more witnesses.” Filer asked, “I’m particularly interested in the description of the craft itself? Fairfax answered, “So am I; this is one of the areas we will try to nail. So many people just have the hardest time describing or drawing what they have seen. There were two flashes described as the craft wobbled. A fluorescent magenta (top) and a white (bottom). These were apparently not lights but seemed to be areas on the surface. These were seen intermittently but again we will need to pin the details down along with many others.” Filer, “What was the direction of flight and the last known direction of travel.” Fairfax answered, “It was first seen in the SE traveling toward the NNW. It departed slowly to the NE, and then made near vertical ascent into cloud cover.” Filer asked, “Was there any insignia on the craft?”
Fairfax responded that none was reported. Filer asks: “Did they notice any kind of a plasma, lighting, or electrical effects around the craft?” Fairfax answered, “Possibly, the two bright color areas. The craft seemed in increase in size as it was capturing the elk. We’re trying to clarify that.” Filer asked, Did the craft tilt as it changed direction? Fairfax stated, “Wobbling was reported that was more pronounced before direction changes, but we need to verify with more witnesses.” Filer asked, “Did they notice a hum or whine sound?” Fairfax indicated, “There was no sound.” I suggested,” The sound would likely occur as the craft attempted to climb with the elk.” Fairfax felt that distance may have to be factored in for low sound level. I suggested that, “The wobbling infers the craft did not have a particularly powerful propulsion system and may not be an interplanetary craft.” Fairfax responds, “Probably, but larger craft have been reported wobbling in a similar manner.
It may have to do with shape/size and function — probably does — but this is surmise.” Filer, “Did you notice the height of the trees or the approximate height and distance from picking up the elk to the top the trees?” Fairfax, “Yes, but no precise calculations have been done. It had plenty of room to maneuver and climb, see illustration on NUFORC site of UFO path.” Filer, “Of course its possible the craft had plenty of power, but that it was flown too close to the trees” Fairfax: “This may have been an “unmanned” (unaliened?) remote that had less smarts.” Filer, “Did they notice any windows?” Fairfax, “There were no windows.” I asked, “Is it possible the craft came from a base some where in the vicinity and have there been other sightings?” Fairfax responded, “Anything is possible, however this is a remote area and so far we have not uncovered further reports of activity in this vicinity.” Filer stated, “Many witnesses describe UFOs entering and leaving mountainous terrain in Northern California. I have read similar reports in the St. Helen’s area.” Fairfax responds, “Yes, we have reports from the general Mt. St. Helen’s area. Remember, a large mountain and surroundings covers quite a bit of territory.
(Due to constraints by the company, we are not to release the exact coordinates and location of the incident.) I would suspect an area north of me — Granite Falls area — as a base site. There are reports of all kinds — from Indian legends to present. No specific activity that would indicate a base in either case.” Filer asks, “I have also noticed a silvery powder, possibly sand or glass like near the bodies of some dead animals. Did you happen to notice any white or silvery powder when you found the elk on the ground?” Fairfax said, “None was seen.” Filer, “Do you know if the elk had its blood drained or heated to a powdery form?” Fairfax responds, “We were not able (because of imposed constraints which I cannot go into) to cut into and examine the insides of the elk. There were no exterior signs of mutilation; no black light fluorescence found on hair samples. The only possible indicator was the fact that the elk had been lying there in the open for 5 days and there was no predation or scavenging. Also, the dog ticks had not left the body nor did they show movement when touched — we presumed they were dead also. We have been told that when an animal dies, the ticks leave the ‘sinking ship.’ Thanks to Bob Fairfax for this e-mail interview and Peter Davenport for the original report. Editors Note: Apparently, the abduction of a thousand pound elk occurred on a large piece of privately owned land. The company wants the exact location, and their name kept confidential.
FORT BRAGG – A few years ago, while a member of the 82nd Airborne Division, I was on a routine paratroop drop with 55 other troops. After the jump, we assembled and saw a strange object in the sky. It was cylindrical in shape with steady lights running the length, that may have been windows? The UFO had no visible wing structures or means of propulsion. We could hear a low hum. The next morning several individuals from the four towns surrounding Ft. Bragg called the local radio station to report seeing the same craft. Pope Air Force Base was called but denied any craft resembling a cylinder was being flown from there. This was obvious to us. We were trained in aircraft recognition and had never seen anything that came even close to looking like a huge paper towel tube. It did look similar to the craft in the Star Trek movie that had the whales in it. I wonder if there is any other record of individuals reporting this or any similar sighting. Editors Note: The Flying Cigars are being reported and photographed from New York to Georgia several times a month. NOTE: The above image is CGI.
UFO sightings often come in bunches, like southeast Michigan in 1966. After a few days of sighting reports by civilians, on March 17 two Washtenaw County Sheriff’s deputies, Sgt. Neil Schneider and Deputy David Fitzpatrick, said they saw three or four red, white and green circular objects oscillating and glowing near Milan about 4 a.m. They called Willow Run Airport officials, but radar could not confirm the report. Two more Washtenaw deputies, Buford Bushroe and John Foster, chased the same types of objects three days later. Livingston and Monroe County residents also reported seeing the objects. The Detroit News carried the police chase story and a drawing of a quilted football-like UFO with lights, dome and antennae. When Dexter Patrolman Robert Huniwell saw the object at 9:30 p.m. at Quigly and Brand, Washtenaw County Sheriff Douglas Harvey ordered all available deputies to the scene. Six patrol cars, two men in each, and three detectives converged on the area. They chased the flying object along Island Lake Road without catching it.
Farm owner Frank Mannor and his family said they came within 500 yards, “It wasn’t like the pictures of a flying saucer and it had a coral-like surface,” Mannor said. Carloads of students from nearby University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan converged on the area after hearing radio reports. The Air Force sent in “Project Blue Book” astronomer and UFO expert J. Allen Hynek, who drove around for two hours and 45 minutes. “Swamp gas” he concluded. “Marsh gas usually has no smell, but sounds like the small popping explosions similar to a gas burner igniting. The gas forms from decomposition of vegetation. It seems likely that as the present spring thaws came, the gases methane, hydrogen sulfide and phosphine, resulting from decomposition of organic materials, were released.” But William Van Horn, a local civil defense director and pilot who claimed he had seen the UFOs, was outraged by the report. A Hillsdale native, Van Horn said he grew up next to a swamp and knew more about swamp gas than Hynek. “A lot of good people are being ridiculed,” Van Horn concluded. Each day, Michigan at the Millenium takes a look at the people, events and ideas that have shaped our world. NOTE: The above image is real but from a San Diego case file. At the time, Allen Hynek was supposed to debunk all UFO sightings for Project Blue Book. He finally became a believer after many sightings researched proving to be possible alien craft.