9 dic. 2016

Nicaragua: More UFOs in El Sauce



Source: PLANETA UFO (Argentina) and TN8 (Nicaragua)
Date: 12.09.2016

Article by Milenia Lopez Palacios, TN8 newsroom

Nicaragua: More UFOs in El Sauce?

Residents of El Sauce, León, reported in on social media claiming to have been stunned after seeing a strange light in the sky last night (December 6).

Several Facebook users claimed seeing a bright light crossing the sky very slowly from East to West, and it vanished suddenly after being detected. It is worth mentioning that many people had the chance to see this UFO, as it cruised across the sky for approximately 20 minutes. Onlookers also noted that the unidentified flying object (UFO) was constantly changing colors from silver to red.


One of three photographs of the El Sauce object taken by Hugo Sánchez.

Mrs. Francis Reyes, a resident of this municipality, said: "First, the phenomenon looked like multiple colored lights, and it traveled at a higher speed." Her version of the event dovetails with statements made by others who were astonished by the bright light in the sky.

It should be noted that this is not the first time that such a sighting has been reported by residents of El Sauce, who have no qualms about making such phenomena known.

As an added note, residents of Comunidad Los Limones 2 in El Sauce reported that a UFO had been seen during morning hours on 18 December 2015. They also said the alleged UFO was heading toward Cerro La Horqueta. But in the final analysis, it may be you who has the answer as to whether or not to believe in the so-called UFOs.

(Translation (c) 2016, S. Corrales, IHU with thanks to Guillermo Giménez, Planeta UFO)

via Inexplicata-The Journal of Hispanic Ufology http://ift.tt/GCRz8J

2 comentarios:

  1. I live in Nindiri, Nicaragua, and over the past two evenings there has been an unidentified light which has been seen over our town. A bright white, circular light which appears, moves slowly, and suddenly disappears.
    Tonight, I will be ready with my camera, and with luck have something to share with you.
    Thank you for a well written, thought provoking article.

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    1. Thank you, Robert!

      Actually, all the credits for this article belongs to Scott Corrales. We are waiting for your photos!

      Kind regards,

      Álex

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