ALIEN TRIANGLE ENCOUNTER IN NEW JERSEY

 

OCTOBER 3, 2018  ……….NEW LISBON NEW JERSEY

I had just arrived at the Brendan T. Byrne Campground after a long 15 mile hike on the Batona Trail. It was a very dark night, the campground was completely dark, and I was hiking alone with no one else in the there. As I was searching for a good camp spot, near sites 54/56, I happened to notice an odd and unique looking set of pulsating lights up in the sky to the northwest through a break in the forest canopy above the campground road.

The lights pulsated very rapidly with various colors. I was fascinated by the appearance of these lights, which I have never seen before. (I grew up near the Philadelphia International Airport and have witnessed many planes landing during the day and night.) The color of the lights very rapidly shifted. There were 3 lights forming a triangle, all moving at the same rate and velocity. I could not see any craft or solid object. The object made no apparent noise. Earlier and later airplanes in the sky made noises and looked completely different and further away.

I attempted to take a video of whatever it was on my iPhone, but it was too dark and nothing showed up. (It was also difficult to aim the phone correctly, and the sighting didn’t last long enough.) Listening to the video, I can hear crickets and very distant car sounds but nothing else.  The object moved at a steady velocity and didn’t change direction. It moved to the northwest until I couldn’t see it anymore above the forest. It was definitely just above the forest canopy, but didn’t appear more than approx. 1-2 miles or so away. It appeared so low that it was right above the forest northwest of my position.  NOTE: The above image is CGI.

The above case is under investigation by Chief Investigator Ken Pfeifer of MUFON New Jersey.

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PAN AM PILOT SPOTS ALIEN CRAFT OVER NOVA SCOTIA

ARTICLE COCKPIT EDIT EDIT KEN PFEIFER 11-11-15
PAN AM PILOT SPOTS ALIEN CRAFT OVER NOVA SCOTIA
 
OCTOBER 3, 1967    ………….  YARMOUTH NOVA SCOTIA
 
“To this day, I do not know what we saw, but it is clear that it was under intelligent control and coincided, as to time and place, with what was seen by 70 people on the ground, and neither of us new that the other had seen this stuff for 40 odd years”.  “To this day, I do not know what we saw, but it is clear that it was under intelligent control and coincided, as to time and place, with what was seen by 70 people on the ground, and neither of us new that the other had seen this stuff for 40 odd years” says retired Pan American World Airways Pilot, Captain Ralph Loewinger. When I asked him if he believed in different levels and forms of The Supernatural and why he responded, “I am not sure at this point in my life. I will NOT discount it however.” On October 3rd, 1967, Ralph was the copilot of PAA Flight 160, a Boeing 707 cargo ship out of New York headed to London.

 

This is a FIRST hand, eyewitness account from the pilot himself who today feels that “no other pilots care, many strange things have been reported across the bar.” Today, there are a bountiful rising amount of informal looks into UFO and ET Phenomenon not just in Canada but other global spots as well.   Pan American World Airways Pilot, Captain Ralph Loewinger. When I asked him if he believed in different levels and forms of The Supernatural and why he responded, “I am not sure at this point in my life. I will NOT discount it however.” On October 3rd, 1967, Ralph was the copilot of PAA Flight 160, a Boeing 707 cargo ship out of New York headed to London.

They were approaching Yarmouth, Nova Scotia at approximately 33,000 feet when the strange occurrence had hit. The night was described by Ralph as “clear, moonless and the lights of the south coast were plainly in view.” He was the first to observe a formation of lights that sat at eleven o’clock position and a bit high.  “It appeared to be another large transport, showing all lights, heading straight for us in a left bank which would take it across our bow. I announced to Captain Curt Olsen and flight engineer Mike Littlepage to ‘watch this guy!'” All eyes were on deck watching what became known as and referred to as ‘The Lights’. Both pilots went onto the control yokes to avoid collision. The lights hung at a 45 degree angle downslope left to right.The pilots did not file a UFO report when asked if they had wanted to when talking with the Boston air traffic control center. Even-though it was confirmed by the control center that there was no traffic near the plane the pilots decided to let this go to avoid filing out paperwork.  Ralph says that they should have “been closing in on this strange target if it was standing still, and Mike remembers the lights getting closer.” He also recalls bringing the Navigator and Third Pilot up from the gallery to point this out. Over the past forty plus years, details become grained and blurred but one thing remains a constant which is that night over Nova Scotia, many people in flight and on ground witnessed ‘The Lights.’

This is a FIRST hand, eyewitness account from the pilot himself who today feels that “no other pilots care, many strange things have been reported across the bar.” Today, there are a bountiful rising amount of informal looks into UFO and ET Phenomenon not just in Canada but other global spots as well.  NOTE: The above image is a rendering.

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