Heilongjiang, China, is the location and the government is extremely concerned after what appears to be a missile launch directed at a UFO occurred. China has had a lot of problems recently with UFO activity and there is great concern from many that the alien interest in humanity is becoming more intense and that they may make their presence officially known in the near future, leading to the doomsday predictions. I’m not ready to run for the hills just yet.
As of now, the information regarding this sighting isn’t sufficient to draw a conclusion, but I can say that I have spoken to several military officials and they have confirmed that the prior UFO photos that were taken around China months ago were not a thing of photoshop and have the government more than nervous. What does all this mean? At this point, it’s too early to tell, but I intend to stay on top of the UFO stories in China. It is producing the most compelling and convincing evidence of late.
Now for the unconvincing. Russell Tetrault of the UFO Baltic Sea Information Project has been a friend of mine and has been covering the Baltic Sea UFO that rests on the bottom of the ocean. Of late, he has been impossible to reach and has turned down every interview request from myself and many others, but he wanted to make a statement and here it is:
“I’m sorry to say that the Baltic Sea UFO is a hoax. I got caught up in the hype and made some statements that I shouldn’t have, out of pure excitement and reliance that those involved with this discovery were giving me information that I could trust. From all the evidence that I see now and the refusal to have any samples tested to prove what exactly this is, it now screams money-maker and nothing more. I feel like a dog as I have helped push this UFO story without the fact checking that I typically do. I apologize to the UFO community for this and hope that I can once again gain my respect and footing as a researcher. Thank You.”