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The Disappearance of Frederick Valentich

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While piloting a solo flight from Morabbin Airport, Victoria, Australia to King Island pilot Frederick Valentich disappeared. He reported his aircraft being circled by strange lights to aircraft control before stating “that’s not an aircraft” and losing contact. Valentich or his plane were never seen or heard from again.

Frederick Valentich had always dreamed of being a pilot. He had about 150 hours of flying time under his belt and held a class four instrument rating which allowed him to fly at night as long as the weather was clear. He had applied to enlist in the Royal Australian Air Force but was rejected twice due to insufficient qualifications. He had also applied for a commercial pilot licence but had twice failed all five commercial licence examination subjects. He had been involved in a number of flying incidents involving purposefully flying into clouds and flying into restricted airspace above Sydney.

On the 21st October 1978 Frederick hired a plane from Morabbin Airport and took off for King Island planning to meet some friends for a seafood dinner along the waters edge. He radioed the Melbourne flight service at 7.06pm to inform them that he was being an aircraft with four bright landing lights that appeared to be about 1000 feet above him. Valentich then reported that the aircraft was orbiting above him and that it had a shiny metal surface with a green light on it. He began to report engine troubles and when asked if he could identify the type of plane he was seeing he stated “it’s not an aircraft”. Shortly afterwards metallic scraping noises were heard before all contact was lost. A search and rescue operation was initiated to try and find Valentich with no result. In 1983 an engine cowl flap that could potentially have been from Valentich’s aircraft washed ashore on Flinders’ Island.

What exactly happened to Valentich? Some people believe that he was abducted by the unidentified craft that was following him. Several eyewitnesses reported seeing an unusual green light in the sky on the evening that Valentich disappeared. The next morning a farmer from Cape Otway, an area near Valentich’s flight path saw a frightening object hovering over his property. He described it as being about 30 metres long and appeared to have a small aircraft attached to its side. The farmer said that the aircraft was leaking oil. He was so terrified by what he saw that he wrote down the tail number of the aircraft and reported it to the media many years later. The number matched the tail number of Valentich’s aircraft.

More skeptical theories have emerged suggesting that Valentich committed suicide after learning he would likely never be able to get his commercial pilots licence. He was himself a UFO enthusiast so maybe he wanted to go out in a way that would make him famous in the UFO community. Another theory suggests that Valentich had inadvertently started flying upside down and that the aircraft he was seeing above him was in fact his own reflection. This theory is supported by the fact that he had a green light on his aircraft. This is a phenomenon that is relatively common especially for new pilots flying around sunset.

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Real Life “Men in Black”

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The men in black encountered by hotel manager Shane Sovar in Niagara Falls

Hundreds of people over the years have reported encountering strange Men in Black after UFO sightings or witnessing other strange phenomena. Could these men really be government agents involved in covering up alien activity or even something more sinister?

Men in Black Encounters

Men in black encounters have been so common over the years that they have become the subject or many movies and TV tropes.

The basic Men in Black story goes something like this: someone sees a UFO in the sky or something unexplainable in their back yard. Before long two mysterious men appear, often in a black car, wearing dark suits and sunglasses.

These men threaten the witness of the paranormal phenomena, threatening them not to tell anyone about what they have seen, or trying to convince them that it was nothing out of the ordinary.

Here are a number of men in black encounters that have been documented over the years:

In June 1947, a man named Harold Dahl from Washington claimed that pictures he took of UFO debris were tampered with by a government agent who warned him to stay silent. This marked the first known encounter with a Man in Black.

In 1967, after a UFO crash in Ohio, Robert Richardson was visited by two men in black suits. Richardson had given a piece of UFO debris to authorities, but when he mentioned it to the men in black, they got angry and threatened him, saying he needed to return the metal if he wanted his wife to stay safe. They never contacted him again.

The photo taken of the man in black following UFO researcher Jack Robinson. Image: Timothy Green Beckley, Distractify

UFO researcher Jack Robinson in 1968 reported that he and his wife were harassed by a man in black in New Jersey. A friend managed to capture a photo of the supposed Man in Black.

In 1976, Dr. Herbert Hopkins in Maine claimed a strange man with unusual features appeared at his doorstep after a phone call. The man manipulated coins, ordered him to destroy his UFO research, and then vanished.

In 2002, while working on a UFO-related TV show, Dan Aykroyd witnessed a mysterious black car and its driver who later threatened him. The show was canceled shortly afterward.

In 2008, Shane Sovar, the manager of a hotel in Niagara Falls, and a security guard claimed to have spotted a triangular UFO outside their building. The Aerial Phenomenon Investigations Team, along with three additional witnesses, investigated the incident. According to their accounts, a few weeks later, two Men in Black visited the hotel, causing fear among the staff. The mysterious men were described as tall, with identical faces devoid of eyebrows or eyelashes, and extremely pale skin. They were inquiring about Sovar and the security guard, who were not present at the time.Security footage from the hotel is apparently the only known video evidence of a Man in Black encounter.

4TheTruthNetwork4 shows Shane Sovar’s footage of the men in black at a Niagara Falls hotel.

Who/What are the Men in Black?

There are two main theories circling the internet about the origin of men in black. The most prevalent is the theory that these men are super secret government officials trying to cover up the existence of aliens.

One important thing that makes us think the Men in Black might be connected to the government is how they always show up around the same time as UFO sightings. In the cases we discussed earlier, and many more, Men in Black appear right after people have seen UFOs.

Thinking about Men in Black as government agents makes sense because governments around the world are really interested in UFOs. They have special groups and programs to look into possible threats from unknown flying objects. In the United States, there was a secret program called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), focusing on studying UFOs. Knowing about such programs tells us that governments are actively watching and studying UFO happenings.

Another good reason to believe Men in Black could be connected to the government is the way they try to make people stay quiet about their UFO experiences. People who meet Men in Black often talk about being scared or pressured to keep silent. In a case with Robert Richardson, he was warned about his wife’s safety if he didn’t give back UFO debris. This kind of behavior makes us think that these Men in Black might be working for the government and trying to hide information they think is important or secret.

The strange appearance and behavior of Men in Black also support the idea that they might be connected to the government. People who encounter them always describe them as looking the same, with no features on their faces, very pale skin, and almost acting like robots. This makes us think they could be trained individuals doing specific tasks without showing any personal feelings. The way they appear and disappear suddenly, as mentioned by witnesses like Dan Aykroyd, adds to the mystery around Men in Black and their possible government ties.

But some of the strange traits of the Men in Black has lead some people to believe that these men could be aliens themselves! One compelling argument for the extraterrestrial origin of Men in Black is the consistent correlation between UFO sightings and MIB appearances. Witnesses frequently report Men in Black showing up shortly after encountering unidentified flying objects. This pattern suggests a direct connection between the mysterious figures and the extraterrestrial phenomena witnessed.

Descriptions of the Men in Black often include their seemingly unnatural abilities, such as the sudden appearance and disappearance without a trace. Witnesses, including well-known figures like Dan Aykroyd, have reported these mysterious individuals materializing out of nowhere and vanishing without a discernible trace. Such feats defy conventional human capabilities and may indicate the application of advanced extraterrestrial technology. If Men in Black are indeed aliens, their mastery of otherworldly technology could explain their spooky appearances and disappearances.

Have you ever had an encounter with the men in black? Tell us about it in the comments.

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Alien Voice “Vrillon” Interrupts TV Broadcast in the UK

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On the 26th November 1977, a strange Alien voice, calling itself Vrillon, interrupted a UK TV broadcast. It spoke of lights in the sky and urged humanity to embrace a more peaceful existence before it is too late.

The Vrillon UK TV Hack

On the evening of Saturday, November 26, 1977, during a news broadcast by ITN’s Andrew Gardner discussing clashes in Rhodesia, the audio suddenly changed. A strange buzzing sound was followed by a distorted voice speaking for about six minutes. The speaker identified as Vrillon, representing the Ashtar Galactic Command, an entity associated with extraterrestrial communication since 1952.

Reports vary on the name used, with some calling the speaker “Vrillon,” “Gillon,” or “Asteron.” The interruption ended, and normal transmissions resumed after a Merrie Melodies cartoon. Southern Television later apologized, referring to it as a “breakthrough in sound.” ITN also reported on the incident in its late-evening Saturday bulletin.

Vrillon’s Message

Here is the full transcript of Vrillon’s message:

“This is the voice of Vrillon, a representative of the Ashtar Galactic Command, speaking to you. For many years you have seen us as lights in the skies. We speak to you now in peace and wisdom as we have done to your brothers and sisters all over this, your planet Earth. We come to warn you of the destiny of your race and your world so that you may communicate to your fellow beings the course you must take to avoid the disaster which threatens your world, and the beings on our worlds around you.

This is in order that you may share in the great awakening, as the planet passes into the New Age of Aquarius. The New Age can be a time of great peace and evolution for your race, but only if your rulers are made aware of the evil forces that can overshadow their judgments.

Be still now and listen, for your chance may not come again. All your weapons of evil must be removed. The time for conflict is now past and the race of which you are a part may proceed to the higher stages of its evolution if you show yourselves worthy to do this. You have but a short time to learn to live together in peace and goodwill. Small groups all over the planet are learning this, and exist to pass on the light of the dawning New Age to you all.

You are free to accept or reject their teachings, but only those who learn to live in peace will pass to the higher realms of spiritual evolution. Hear now the voice of Vrillon, a representative of the Ashtar Galactic Command, speaking to you. Be aware also that there are many false prophets and guides operating in your world. They will suck your energy from you – the energy you call money and will put it to evil ends and give you worthless dross in return.

Your inner divine self will protect you from this. You must learn to be sensitive to the voice within that can tell you what is truth, and what is confusion, chaos and untruth. Learn to listen to the voice of truth which is within you and you will lead yourselves onto the path of evolution. This is our message to our dear friends. We have watched you growing for many years as you too have watched our lights in your skies.

You know now that we are here, and that there are more beings on and around your Earth than your scientists admit. We are deeply concerned about you and your path towards the light and will do all we can to help you. Have no fear, seek only to know yourselves, and live in harmony with the ways of your planet Earth.

We of the Ashtar Galactic Command thank you for your attention. We are now leaving the plane of your existence. May you be blessed by the supreme love and truth of the cosmos.”

Source – The Independent

Investigation into the Vrillon Hack

Back then, the Hannington television transmitter was unique because it rebroadcast a signal received from another transmitter, the IBA’s Rowridge transmitter on the Isle of Wight, instead of getting a direct connection through a landline. This made it susceptible to signal intrusion. If a low-powered transmission close to the rebroadcast receiver interfered, it could overwhelm the intended signal and lead to the unauthorized transmission being broadcast over a much larger area.

The IBA mentioned that pulling off such a prank would require a good amount of technical knowledge. A spokesperson for Southern Television confirmed that someone disrupted their transmitter in North Hampshire by using another transmitter nearby

After the strange broadcast, many local people got worried, and hundreds of them called Southern Television. The next day, the IBA (the broadcasting authority) said the broadcast was a prank, the first of its kind. News about the event spread worldwide, with American newspapers picking it up too.

Sir John Whitmore, speaking on the radio, questioned how newspapers reported the incident. Some people believed the “alien” broadcast was real, not just a transmitter hijack. A letter in a London Times edition asked if anyone could be sure it was a prank. A regional American newspaper suggested that maybe the broadcast wasn’t a joke.

Even in 1985, some people thought there was no clear explanation for the broadcast. In 1999, a kids’ TV show called It’s a Mystery, made by Southern Television’s successor, Meridian Broadcasting, featured the incident. They recreated it with pretend news reports and people watching at home.

Who was responsible for the Vrillon TV Hack?

No one has ever claimed responsibility for the Vrillon TV hack. Several theories have been floated about who may be responsible.

Some think it could be pranksters or people who know a lot about technology, taking advantage of the Hannington transmitter’s setup.

But, there’s also some who believe the idea that aliens, possibly the Ashtar Galactic Command, as mentioned in the mysterious message, might be responsible. The official narrative would claim the incident was clearly a hoax but suspiciously the documents relating to the investigation of the incident have disappeared from the archives. We may never know for sure exactly what happened.

Do you believe aliens could have been responsible for the Vrillon TV hack in the UK? Tell us your theories in the comments.

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