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Re: Best UFO Video on the Planet

From: John Velez <jvif@spacelab.net>
Date: Thu, 2 Oct 1997 12:05:02 -0500
Fwd Date: Fri, 03 Oct 1997 00:36:23 -0400
Subject: Re: Best UFO Video on the Planet

>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@globalserve.net>
>From: xalium@netwrx.net (Tom King)
>Subject: Best UFO video on the planet
>Date: Wed, 01 Oct 1997 17:07:25 EST

>   August 6, 1997 will be a day going down in UFO history. A UFO was sighted
>and videotaped and is mindblowing.
>The video was shot in the Mexico City area in broad daylight. What you see
>on the tape is a set of large apartment complexes. A flying saucer is
>hovering just a few hundred feet over the ground of this city. The saucer
>wobbles in the video, then darts to the right quickly. Moves behind one of
>the complexes, then emerges over the top of it. It then proceeds behind
>another complex but never comes out the other side. It simply vanished.
>The tape lastes under 30 seconds and probably will be a bigger contraversy
>than the "Alien Autopsy"!

Hi Tom, hi All,

All right, I have attained the proper erection! <G> Tommy, if you have a
copy, could you PLEASE post a single frame capture of this thing so that we
can all check it out?

Exciting news, and about goddam time too! They've been messing with our
heads long enough, letting us photograph them at a distance but never
close enough to 'nail the coffin shut.'

It would be a gratifying thing for me to know that someone finally got
the 'close-ups' that we've all been praying for. Hope you can let us
see this sucker too.

My congrats to Jaime and the Elders for all their persistance and

John- No portraits so far, just panaramic shots- Velez

                              John Velez

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