Strange Lights Photographed
In Mexico

Scott Corales
The Journal of Hispanic Ufology
DATE: October 18, 2005
Strange lights flew over the skies of the Mexican state of Coahuila and toward the city of Ramos-Arizpe, having been photographed on the 8th and 10th of October.
The witness, Ing. Rodriguez, reported to the following verbatim to this author:
"I went to visit my sister [who lives] five blocks down from where I live, and upon returning, I saw a bright light that turned off and on."
"Upon returning home, I climbed onto the roof to open the water tank. I had my camera with me -- the light was moving very quickly (as if gyrating and shifting position) and it was hard to focus on it. I even took some ten photos like the ones I sent you on October 8, 2005. It was headed toward Ramos-Arizpe and perhaps has something to do with the one recorded by the security cameras in Ramos."
"[The phenomenon] had an approximate duration of 15 minutes, after which it shut off and I never saw it again."
"On Monday, upon returning from work, I saw the light once more but heading toward Monclova. I reached for the camera and climbed onto the roof once more. The object was moving just as quickly and I was only able to take the photo dated October 10th, which I sent you. I estimate that it was at an altitude of 1000 feet and the total observation time was 10 minutes."
A Sony Cyber-Shot T-33 5mp 10x was used in taking the photos.
"I'm a 47 year-old industrial engineer -- my opinion about UFOs is that it cannot be possible for us to be the only ones to exist, with the Universe being as big as it is."
Translation (c) 2005. Scott Corrales, IHU.
Special thanks to Prof. Ana Luisa Cid, Mexico.
(Photos taken by Ing. Narciso Rodriguez Mireles)



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