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HAMS interested in following stories of UFO encounters

Discussion in 'General Announcements' started by K5HUM, Dec 13, 2018.

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  1. K5HUM

    K5HUM Ham Member QRZ Page

    I have been a licensed Ham since 1956, so I did not just fall off the Turnip Truck. My Resume or Bio here speaks for itself. However I do have a special interest in sharing reports of UFO's and ET's. If this is also an interest of yours and you want to talk about it, I am available. 73 Mike K5HUM@ARRL.NET
  2. KK4NSF

    KK4NSF Ham Member QRZ Page

    While I don't know much about UFO's, I do have a bit of interest in SETI, and Amateur Radio Astronomy.... which fit in nicely with Amateur Radio.

    Back to UFO's and other such aerial phenomenon, is there any sort of net where folks discuss the topic?
  3. K5HUM

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    There is an international organization called MUFON.COM that exist to help the public report on sightings etc. Check them out.
    Meanwhile most conventional Nets today are limited in range, and thus audiences. Here is where Digital Ham radio may help such as Dstar, DMR,
    or C4FM. I currently monitor Ref04C and DMR311 daily. 73, Mike
  4. KD8DEY

    KD8DEY Ham Member QRZ Page

    The truth is out there......
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  5. K4AGO

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  6. W0MSN

    W0MSN Ham Member QRZ Page

    Check out ARUFON on google. (Amateur radio ufo net) I think they are still active. I'm on their email list and get emails weekly.

    I have talked UFOS on the air several times. Other stations have joined in with stories of their sightings.

    Some here Will be asking for your measurements (for your straight jacket) but there are a few of us with open minds lurking on the Zed.
  7. WR2E

    WR2E Ham Member QRZ Page

    I've already got mine... several in fact. The formal one is especially nice but I only get to wear it on occasions, weddings, funerals and such.

    All my years I've only witnessed one thing I couldn't somehow otherwise rationalize. This was back in 1966-67 or so. Moonless night, winter, crystal clear, sober. Witnessed by a group of us, perhaps 3-4 persons.

    Three EXTREMELY bright white lights came up from the horizon at high speed, each about 120° apart on the horizon, converged in a delta directly above and gradually faded away. No noise whatsoever, apparently at high altitude.

    It was almost as if those three objects were stationary in space and Earth flew between them. No other way to describe it...
  8. KL7KN

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    Good luck. UR Bound to get some good stories.
  9. K5HUM

    K5HUM Ham Member QRZ Page

    My UFO experiences as an aviator were eventually explained off as St Elmos Fire, Ball Lightning,
    Swamp Gas and Moon Dogs. However, I suspect some will forever remain un explained. These include
    craft that instantly changed vectors. "it is better to light a small candle than continue to curse the darkness"
    73, Mike
  10. KA2CZU

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    Where's Art Bell (W6OBB) when you need him?
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