Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Alien Angel ..

Kind'a like this...

UFO reports

National UFO Reporting Center
Sighting Report
Occurred : 7/24/2013 21:40 (Entered as : 07/24/13 21:40)
Reported: 7/25/2013 1:38:48 AM 01:38
Posted: 8/30/2013
Location: Waikiki, HI
Shape: Light
Duration:1-2 minutes
3 red lights hovering over Waikiki waters

I'm walking to the end of the Waikiki pier(the one close to starbucks) to take pictures with the family, and I'm looking at the sky trying to find the Big Dipper.

All of a sudden 3 red lights appeared straight ahead of me. They were hovering in the sky close to the water, then 2 of them moved behind 1, making it look like it they disspeared.

Moments later they came out from behind that 1 red light. They don't form any shape, they were more like in a horizontal line next to each other. I thought they were going form a triangle at that point. After that they started moving farther out into the ocean but only 1 could be seen at that point.

I am visiting Hawaii for 2 weeks, I'm 18 y/o female, from Toronto, & I'm fascinated with UFOs. I've done some research in the past. I wish I took a video, but I was too distracted by the movements of the lights.

Sunday, April 17, 2016

end of days...

In mid-1942 the U.S. was involved in a war that raged around the world. Here at home there was great fear of saboteurs and unbalanced persons who might damage vital installations.
Frank Kritzer, sometimes spelled Critzer, was a desert mystery man who lived alone on a dry lake called Giant Rock in the desert north of Twentynine Palms.
Kritzer was suspected of having Nazi sympathies. He had set off some flares, and the Army feared they might constitute a signal to spies in hiding. In addition, he had a high-powered radio with a 4,000-foot aerial. Kritzer had been under observation by the FBI, military intelligence and the sheriffs of both Riverside and San Bernardino counties. He was suspected of stealing hundreds of pounds of dynamite and hiding the loot in his home, which he had hollowed out of a rock in the desert.

more:  http://www.pe.com/articles/kritzer-598894-dynamite-rock.html