Mexico - New UFO Reports

From Scott Corrales
Inexplicata - The Journal of Hispanic Ufology
and from
November 3, 2005
November 1, 2005
From Mexico City's ClaverÌa district comes the report of a large flying object that was accompanied by a smaller "escort" according to the eyewitness report of Gustavo Casasola, a renowned sky watcher.
Gustavo managed to find that it was a very large sphere that remained static for over an hour after heading for the volcano area (Editor: this is the area of the Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl volcanos at the southern end of Anahuac valley).
Subsequently, a report was recevied from Ricardo Antonio Morales, who reported a shining spherical object from the Coyoac·n district as it hung suspended in the sky, noting that its intensity diminished as airliner went past at approximately 13:00 hours.
Slightly later, Victor Gabriel Gonzalez was able to videotape the aforementioned event from the town of Tepexpan in Mexico State, reporting that the sphere remained in the sky until 17:45 hours.
November 2, 2005
At 8:30 a.m., Ana Luisa Cid witnessed the transit of an elongated luminous object through her window. The object made back-and-forth movements which were captured on videotape for a few minutes from Mexico City's northern region.
She subsequently received a report from Salvador Guerrero, advising her that a flotilla of spheres had been recorded at 15:20 hours and noting that the contingent was flying at a high altitude toward the Iztaccihuatl volcano.
(Editors Note: This looks very much like a portion of a faint contrail being illuminated by the sun in one particular spot These can be seen from the ground almost every day near sunrise or sunset.)
At night, young Ricardo Antonio Morales reported his sighting of a large green luminous sphere over the Mexico-Puebla Highway, witnessed by the passengers on the bus in which he rode toward the port city of Veracruz.
Prof. Cid mantained permanent cell phone contact with Morales and was able to pick up on the excitement of those present, suggesting that the take some photos, which he did. These will be provided after they have been developed, in the hopes that they meet with the necessary characteristics for timely publication.
Translation (c) 2005. Scott Corrales, Institute of Hispanic Ufology (IHU).
Special thanks to Ana Luisa Cid, Mexico.



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