UFO Sighting in
Ucu, Yucatan

Scott Corrales
Institute of Hispanic Ufology
Centro de Analisis de Fenomenos Espaciales (CAFE)
April 3, 2004
On Saturday, April 3, 2004 the Centro de Analisis de Fenomenos Espaciales conducted a UFO investigation in the town of Ucu, Yucatan, where several interviews were conducted to glean information about sightings in the area.
The site was visited due to reports of a strange presence: triangular, zig-zagging lights in the sky and objects that manifest themselves.
Arriving at the site, which is close to the city of Merida, members of CAFE visited the home of Hugo Raciel Luna, 24, who told us fo several UFO experiences.
Hugo began by describing his first UFO sighting. At around 4 p.m. in the month of December [2003] he saw a very bright light having a magnitude greater than the planet Venus. He told us that the light's brilliance increased and diminished for several minutes. He thought at first that it was an airliner or a satellite, but rejected this possibility because the object lacked tha navigation lights of an aircraft. He adds that there was no sound whatsoever and that the object did not follow a definite trajectory, meaning that it couldn't be a satellite. He explains that several local residents came out of their homes to see the object, amounting to 9 witnesses after a while. He was starting to think the object might be some planet when the light suddely began moving away and vanished from sight.
After describing this inital sighting, he has devoted more time to looking at the sky and told us that on a recent Sunday evening he saw three lights over the Ucu baseball field which were approaching in a zig-zagging motion between 11 or 12 at night. He said that in the measure that the lights approached, he could tell that their number increased to a total of nine in a triangular formation. Hugo says they were the size of the lamp on top of a streetlight and appeared to be heading from the vicinity of Celestun.
Upon seeing this, Hugo alerted his mother and aunts and all of the locals came out of their homes--a total of 15 witnesses on this occasion--and remained outside until 1:30 a.m., at which time the lights vanished.
Hugo explains that during the time that the objects were visible there was neither sound nor smoke. He comments that there was "a lot of air in the atmosphere" [sic] and the objects were forming triangles three by three--the first one toward the west, the second toward the north, and the third toward the east. After several turns, the obejcts constituted a larger triangle formed by the nine lights. Once this configuration was achieved, they sped off in the direction of Mérida.
Researchers: Ing. David Antonio Triay Lucatero, Ing. Yeymy Gamboa Ku, Emilio Cetz Aguiar.
Translation (c) 2004 Scott Corrales, Institute of Hispanic Ufology (IHU). Special Thanks to CAFE.



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