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MUFON UFO Journal - 2008 2. February

MUFON UFO Journal - 2008 2. February

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MUFON UFO Journal - 2008 2. February magazine on UFOs, ETs (ExtraTerrestrials), ITs (IntraTerrestrials), IDs (InterDimensionals), EBEs (ExtraBiological Entities), ARVs (Alien Reproduction Vehicles), ETVs (ExtraTerrestrial Vehicles), close encounters and exopolitics
MUFON UFO Journal - 2008 2. February magazine on UFOs, ETs (ExtraTerrestrials), ITs (IntraTerrestrials), IDs (InterDimensionals), EBEs (ExtraBiological Entities), ARVs (Alien Reproduction Vehicles), ETVs (ExtraTerrestrial Vehicles), close encounters and exopolitics

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In thisissue
February 2008
No. 478
UFO Journal
Stephenville, TexasSighting 3Women in Ufology 6Report from the Field:Fishing Trip becomesUFO/Alien Encounter 9CMS Rankings 21UFO Marketplace 23Night Sky 24
Director’s Message 2MUFON VolunteerDavid Watson 12Book Reviews 
Millennial Hospitality
The Artist & the Alien
14Stan Friedman: 
British Breakthrough?
16Filer’s Files 18
 A Lousiana woman reported seeinga triangle UFO on January 8, the samenight that dozens of witnesses saw alarge object over Stephenville, Texas.(See articles on page 3.) Her illustration,shown on a TV news report, resembledthese drawings of other sightings. A Minnesota woman witnessed theobject above on Sept. 2, 1999 near theintersection of Minnesota Hwy 55 andUS 169 (as pictured in the April 2000
). At right, a field investigator in NewJersey witnessed this craft from hishome observatory in October 2006 (aspictured in the June 2007
Dozens see UFO in Texas
Louisiana sighting on same night
No part of this document may be reproduced in anyform without the written permission of the CopyrightOwners. Permission is hereby granted to quote up to 200words of any one article, provided the author is credited,and the statement, “Copyright 2007 by the Mutual UFONetwork, P.O. Box 279, Bellvue, CO 80512-0279” isincluded.The contents of the
MUFON UFO Journal 
are deter-mined by the editor, and do not necessarily reflect theofficial position of the Mutual UFO Network. Opinionsexpressed are solely those of the individual authors andcolumnists, and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editor or staff of MUFON.The Mutual UFO Network, Inc. is exempt from Fed-eral Income Tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the InternalRevenue Code. MUFON is a publicly supported organi-zation of the type described in Section 509(a)(2). Donorsmay deduct contributions from their Federal IncomeTax. Bequests, legacies, devises, transfers, or gifts arealso deductible for estate and gift purposes, providedthey meet the applicable provisions of Sections 2055,2106, and 2522 of the Internal Revenue Code. MUFONis a Texas nonprofit corporation.
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February 2008 Number 478
Director’s Message
By James Carrion
 James Carrion
(USPS 002970)(ISSN 02706822)
Mutual UFO Network
155 E. Boardwalk DriveSuite 300Fort Collins, CO 80525Tel: 970-232-3110Fax: 866-466-9173hq@mufon.com
International Director 
James Carrion, M.A.155 E. Boardwalk Drive, Suite 300Fort Collins, CO 80525Tel: 888-817-2220Fax: 866-466-9173 jcarrion@mufon.com
Sally Petersen, M.A.Tel: 888-817-2220Editor@mufon.com
George Filer, M.B.A.Stanton Friedman, M.S.Gavin A. J. McLeod
Staff artists
John EgertonWes CrumMark Marren
MUFON staff photographer 
Nick Roesler 
MUFON on the Internet
MUFON Amateur Radio Net
40 meters - 7.240 MHzSundays noon EST or EDST
MUFON UFO Journal 
is published monthly bythe Mutual UFO Network, Inc., Bellvue, CO. Periodicalpostage paid at Versailles, MO.Individual Membership: $45/year U.S., $55 outsidethe U.S.Family members: $10 per person additionalStudent (18 years and under): $35 U.S. and $45outside the U.S.Donor: $100/year. Professional: $250/year. Pa-tron: $500/year Benefactor (Lifetime Member): $1,000First class
delivery (in envelopes) U.S. andCanada only: $12/year additional Air Mail
delivery to all other countries outsidethe United States: $35/year additional
Change of address and subscription or extracopies inquiries should be sent to MUFON, P.O.Box 279, Bellvue, CO 80512-0279.
Postmaster: Send form 3579 to advise change of address to:
MUFON UFO Journal 
, P.O. Box 279, Bellvue,CO 80512-0279.
Copyright 2007 by the Mutual UFO Network. All Rights Reserved.
Continued on page 22
Sighting reports increase as well
UFOs are back in the news thanksto the alert citizens of the little townsof Stephenville and Dublin, Texas, whoreported seeing a UFO on January 7and 8, 2008.MUFON is also back in the publiceye thanks to the hard work and dedication of MUFON Texas led byMUFON Texas State Director KenCherry. Ken, along with SteveHudgeons—MUFON Texas Chief Investigator—and a team of MUFONTexas field investigators interviewed numerous sighting witnesses and gathered photo and video evidencewhile at the same time juggling manymedia interviews. The internationalmedia frenzy and scheduling of interviews was handled very effi-ciently by Alejandro Rojas, MUFONDirector of Public Education.Please joinme in congratu-lating Ken, Steveand his teamalong withAlejandro for doing a fine job inhelping MUFON become ahousehold name.In additionto over 100 newMUFON members signing up sincethe story broke, MUFON sightingreports tripled to over 600 versus thenormal monthly average of 200.MUFON’s decentralized leader-ship worked exactly as it should haveat the grassroots level. Please help usin making MUFON an even stronger organization by holding public aware-
UFOs in the News, Membership Increases
3MUFON UFO JournalJanuary 2008
MUFON is investigating a sightingin Stephenville, Texas, which waswitnessed by many on January 8,2008. The
 MUFON UFO Journal 
will publish a report on the results of the investigation in a future issue. News of the sighting was widelyreported in the media by January 15,and MUFON Texas had investigatorson site within a few days.State director Ken Cherry saysthat MUFON received calls from 50citizens who say they witnessed theUFO and that the number and cred-ibility of the people is exceptional.(Good Morning America, 1/18/08)
MUFON Texas investigating
MUFON Texas took over 50reports from witnesses on Saturday,January 19 at the Rotary Club buildingin the nearby town of Dublin. Newsreports claim that from 200 to 500 people packed the Rotary Building— whatever the number, it was morewitnesses in one place than MUFONhad ever tried to interview. Whilemany gave reports of the January 8sighting, some told stories of previousexperiences, including one womanwho told a story about something shesaw in 1957.Ken Cherry, MUFON TexasState Director spearheaded theinvestigation, along with SteveHudgeons of Fort Worth, MUFON’ssenior investigator for Texas. Themen plus their team of five additionaltrained investigators conducted interviews with the witnesses.
Large, bright, fast and silent
Several dozen observers claim tohave seen a large, silent object with bright lights flying low and fast in theskies above Stephenville, Texas, onthe night of January 8. Reporter Angelia K. Brown of the
Stephenville Empire-Tribune
, speaking in an AP News video, said that people saw“very intense bright lights… and they spanned a wide area…. Itmade not a sound.” Some observ-ers reported seeing fighter jetschasing it.Local military first claimed thatthey had no planes in the area thatnight, and then later changed their story.Major Karl Lewis, a spokesmanfor the 301
Fighter Wing at theJoint Reserve Base Naval Air Station in Fort Worth, initially said that no F-16s or other aircraft fromhis base were in the area the nightthe sightings were reported. Hesuggested that it may have been anillusion caused by two commercialairplanes whose lights appeared orange due to the setting sun. Officialsat two regional Air Force bases alsostated that none of their aircraft in thearea that week.On January 23, officials of the301
Fighter Wing changed their story,saying that ten F-16 fighter jets built by Lockheed Martin Corp. were infact training near Stephenville, atabout the time of the sightings.Stephenville is located about 70miles southwest of Fort Worth and about 70 miles north-northwest fromCrawford, Texas, home of PresidentBush’s ranch. The farming communityof 17,000 proudly boasts a sign proclaiming them the “Number 1Dairy County” in Texas.Over the next couple of months,MUFON”S investigators plan to process the information they havecompiled, follow up with some of thewitnesses and eventually produce areport about any patterns they find inthe accounts. Watch for the report ina future
 MUFON UFO Journal 
 Houston Chronicle
The same night as the Texassighting, a woman in Louisiana sawand filmed something strange in thenight sky. The woman, who did notwant to be identified, said the brightlights hovered so long, she had time tograb her video camera and beginfilming. The object or objects wereseen around 9:00 PM in the skies near Shongaloo, Webster Parish, Louisiana,near the state line bordering ColumbiaCounty, Arkansas. The witness said itwas silent until it began moving.The witness drew a diagram of the object she observed, which hassome resemblance to illustrations in
 MUFON Journal 
articles in the April2000 and June 2007 issues. (Seeillustrations on cover of this issue.)KSLA News TV contacted Barksdale Air Force Base, whichdeclined to comment or to view thevideo. The KLSA report can beviewed at: http://www.disclose.tv/action/viewvideo/2806/The_Same_ Object_Was_Seen_in_Texas__ amp__Louisiana_/ .
Over 50 Witnesses report UFO Sighting at Stephenville, TX
Sighting in Louisianaon same Night

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