Technology

UFO sightings 2015 USA: Montana UFO sighting real, says the doctor who took pictures

UFO sightings 2015 USA: Montana UFO sighting real, says the doctor who took pictures

UFO sightings 2015 USA: Montana UFO sighting real, says the doctor who took pictures

UFO sightings have not slowed down. It is amazing as to how despite all the radars that governments across the world have installed to stop the entry of anything without their permission, have also not been able to detect them, let alone stopping them.

To be true while every Tom, Dick and Harry seems to be able to spot UFOs in different parts of the world including the USA, government installed massive radars worth billions and billions of dollars are not able to sight and detect them.

Or these unidentified flying objects are designed in such a way that expensive, next generation radars cannot detect them while allowing any layman to spot them, take their pictures from rather close up and in fact shoot videos too.ufo sightings in usa

To be true, United States is one country where the largest number of UFOs are sighted in any calendar year. The most recent incidence of UFO sightings has come out of Clancy, Montana, a small town in the southwestern part of the state with a population of less than 2,000 people.

A report in the Great Falls Tribune in Montana says that Dr Richard O’Connor has had two cameras aimed at the sky for nearly two years in the hope that he can find something out there, and in November he said he captured about five images of what he believes were two UFOs. The paper quoted O’Connor as saying, “It appears to be a light source…In my opinion, even a hardened skeptic would say, ‘Wow, that is what I expect a UFO would look like.”

A report in New York Daily News says, “O’Connor estimates his two Reconyx Hyperfire PC 900 Trail cameras have taken more than 280,000 photos since he installed them…When triggered by motion, the cameras shoot 20 photos at approximately one-second intervals. Skeptics say the images are fake. But O’Connor, who worked as an anesthesiologist at St. Peter’s Hospital in Helena before retiring, insists he has no knowledge of how to digitally manipulate photos on a computer. O’Connor, 60, has shared the pictures with the National UFO Reporting Center, who have a website listing UFO sightings by state”.

More in Technology