The technology that we faced is far superior to anything that we had,” Fravor claimed. “And there’s nothing we can do about it, nothing.
— David Fravor

 UAPS or more commonly known UFOs have been a point of contention between the government and some members of the public who believe they are not being told the entire truth about the possibility of life outside Planet Earth. Since the infamous Roswell incident in 1947, interest in the phenomenon has stayed steady. According to a survey by IPSOS of 1,019 adults aged 18 or older 42% believe in UFO. Meaning almost half the population is out of this world crazy, or maybe the believers are on to something. The same group was asked if they have ever witnessed a UFO firsthand and almost 30% of them said yes.  


Three former military officials testified for the House Oversight subcommittee holding a hearing on UAPs. David Grusch, a former U.S. intelligence official, told the panel that he is “absolutely” certain that the federal government is in possession of UAPs. But despite his absolute certainty he has made it clear that he did not witness the “non-human biologics” or “crashed UAP’s” himself. But one ex- navy pilot David Fravor did witness a UAP for himself along with three other pilots. The now dubbed, “tic-tac video”, was supposedly more astounding to watch in person. In 2004 David Fravor was jetting over the Pacific Ocean when an oval shaped craft appeared below him only to disappear and reappear seconds later over 60 miles away. Fravor told the committee that the technology he and his team encountered defies logic and further stated, “The technology that we faced is far superior to anything that we had,” Fravor claimed. “And there’s nothing we can do about it, nothing.” A somewhat daunting message that many have taken as a warning by some about a potential otherworldly threat.

Roswell 1947, Travis Walton Incident 1975, Phoenix Lights 1997, the list of extraordinary UFO encounters throughout history is quite remarkable. One man wanted to these encounters to be taken more seriously. In 1974 Robert J. Gribble a leading UFO investigator founded The National UFO Reporting Center. He was dedicated to recording reports of UFO encounters for the last five decades. In that time close to 200,000 reports have been investigated. Unlike other similar organizations this is one of the few that is utilized by law enforcement agencies for reporting purposes. Below is the video of the “tic-tac” UFO.

September 2, 2023, I witnessed something I still cannot rationalize. And if it weren’t for the other 10 to 15 witnesses, I would not have been brave enough to share my story without feeling like an unglued conspiracy theorist. I was right outside Fort Worth, where the city turns into country, Azle. That evening the night slowly crept upon us, the sky turned black, with nothing but small twinkles of light breaking though the never-ending darkness, the moon was covered by heavy clouds. The absence of moonlight made the vast sky look like an empty canvas, ready to be decorated with shooting stars, passing planes, consolations.  I was searching for my favorite star consolation when my thoughts were interrupted by a woman yelling, “Do ya’ll see that, what is that?” Everyone who was outside talking with family jumped out of their chairs and started pointing at the sky. As my eyes followed the direction everyone was pointing, I saw a plane flying west to east but way above that was what looked like a massive bright star with green lights shooting from it. The lights were flying diagonally upward going west. The phenomenon lasted under a minute but as we all stood there in bewilderment it felt much longer.

Did you see something unfamiliar in the sky that night or any other night? If so, please let us know in the comments!

Sources:UFO POLL: https://www.ipsos.com/en-us/many-americans-believe-supernatural-ufos


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