TV report about that triangle UFO sighting over New Orleans – July 2012

On the morning of July 19, 2012, a New Orleans resident photographed an orb triangle UFO hovering over the French Quarter. He then witnessed the UFO “disappear into the sky”. He also said it “moved fast as lighting”. This obviously negates the possibility of it being flares or Chinese lanterns.

The eyewitness says the UFO sighting happened while walking home after taking pictures at the river.

“It was the morning of July 19th. It was 6:30 in the morning.”

He says the phenomenon occurred rounding St. Phillips onto Dauphine. Street, “It was probably four or five blocks down the road maybe over Esplanade and it looked like it was the size of a couple of big houses. You can immediately tell it’s not any kind of technology we have. And the picture is real.”

He says he stood there for a moments, stunned., “It shined it’s lights in my eyes so I had no choice but to see it. I’ve never seen those colored lights in the air before.”

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  1. Why do news reporters have to be so demeaning or condescending about UFO reports? They make odd faces, laugh, smile, make sarcastic comments, belittle. Let's hope that soon they will be laughing out of the other side of their smug faces.

  2. I can't wait to see the faces of the mockers (like this reporter) when there is disclosure; especially when he discovers that the alien agenda is not in our best interest, we are unprepared, and there's not a thing he can do about it. He may wish that instead of mocking UFO sighters, he should have helped sound the warning.

  3. Dude! That's not a UFO of the alien kind. That's "The United States Of America, We Operate At Night Air Force" "Not to be confused with the US Air force." There are still UFO's out there that's for sure. But what you saw was the latest and greatest data gathering monster. It sucks up Gig's of data from cell phones,faxes,computing,network backbones etc &quot

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