Recent UFO Reports
From Mexico City
From Prof. Ana Luisa Cid
From Scott Corrales
INEXPLICATA - The Journal of Hispanic Ufology

On March 20, 2005, UFO researcher Ana Luisa Cid photogrphed a spherical object in Mexico State's Tlalnepantla Municiopality. Days later, she discovered that the helicopter shown in the image belongs to the police authorities of the state in question and was flying at low altitude to monitor disturbances with area street peddlers. The spherical object became apparent when she downloaded the images to her computer.
On March 22, 2005, according to a report from aviation technician Alfonso Salazar, the Radio Red news station reported that a spherical UFO had been reported as hanging motionless over the vicinity of Tlalnepantla, Mexico State. The news was made known by Jorge Flores, a journalist and reporter for the station in quesiton, and by Guadalupe Juarez, a reporter for Radio Red's nighttime news hour.
On March 23, 2005, Alfonso Salazar and Carlos Guzmán (renowned Mexican UFO researcher) were interviewed to issue an opinion on the subject.
On Easter Thursday (03/24/05) Mrs. Malena Mendieta reported to Prof. Cid that she had witnessed strange low-flying lights near her window in the Patera Vallejo neighborhood to the north of Mexico City. These lights emitted a buzzing sound that impressed her greatly. This sighting took place during early morning hours and she was in the company of her daughter.
On Good Friday (03/25/05) Alfonso Salazar and Salvador Guerrero managed to observe and record a spherical object over eastern Mexico City that suddenly changed speed and trajectory exactly as the Crucifixion was being reenacted in Ixtapalapa.
On March 26, 2005, an aviation technician reported a spherical object emitting white lights in the city's southern region, flying at high altituded from south to north (according to a report by Alfonso Salazar).
Note: the photos attached show the respective sightings by Prof. Ana L. Cid and Salvador Guerrero.
Translation (c) 2005, Scott Corrales, Institute of Hispanic Ufology (IHU). Special thanks to Prof. Ana Luisa Cid.



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