Columbian UFO fish kill explored in Vancouver Canada Line video
By Jon Kelly
While 100 sled dogs were killed in what is “believed to be the largest cull of dogs in Canada”, one of the many global reports describing mass deaths of wildlife indicates UFO activities. Somewhat more mysterious than the BP oil spill's consequences for the Gulf of Mexico are the environmental signatures of UFO energy discharges as measured by their visible impact on nearby animal populations. The Journal of Hispanic Ufology has reported how the residents of El Llanito, Colombia suspect a beam of light from a UFO played a role in the death of 2,000 burned fish that appeared in the water below where it was sighted. SecretMessageTV covers this story in a new episode that goes deep underground on Vancouver's Canada Line and beyond, exploring UFO energies and mass animal deaths. This story is also available as a new episode of The Secret Message Report – Podcast Edition.
Inexplicita's Scott Corales has this report from Bogota: “Residents of a community northeast of Colombia claim that 2000 fish have turned up dead since last week, following last week’s appearance of a strange, flashing object seen briefly over a local swamp. The incident occurred at the village of El Llanito in the jurisdiction of the city of Barrancabermeja. Residents saw a flying object in the skies last Friday, according to local media. Shortly afterward, dead fish were found floating in the swamp, but unlike other similar cases ascribed to the lack of oxygen, residents of El Llanito are startled by the fact that fish display burn marks on their scales. According to Magaly Gutiérrez, director of a community organization, the phenomenon lasted some 20 seconds and was seen by many. The RCN radio network pointed out that residents of the neighboring village of Puente Sogamoso, in the jurisdiction of Puerto Wilches, claimed seeing a round object flying “sideways” on the same day that the fish deaths at El Llanito occurred. Juan Tercero, president of the Asociación de Acuicultores y Pescadores de El Llanito, said that the dead fish present burn marks and began floating since the “strange light was seen in the swamp” according to statements appearing in Bucaramanga’s Vanguardia Liberal newspaper. Environmental authorities from Barrancabermeja visited the swamp to collect samples that will hopefully reveal the causes for the fish deaths, according to RCN.”
Inexplicata: The Journal of Hispanic Ufology, is the official publication of the Institute of Hispanic Ufology.
Columbia's Caracol TV produced a video covering the UFO fish kill story as well. Noticias Caracol shows residents describing what happened along with their cell-phone videos of the UFO incident, in which a beam of light is clearly visible as it accompanies the orb-shaped UFO. At the request of this reporter, a local Vancouver Spanish language expert vetted the captions on the Caracol TV video, describing them as 90% accurate.
The English language captions read as follows: “Residents of a small town El Llanito blamed a strange light. [Witness Maria Pedroza] explains what she saw. “[F]irst there was a gigantic humming sound then the sound stopped and the light began to shine. [A]nd the light illuminated not only the river but also the swamp.” [T]he next day residents were surprised to find the fish dead in the same area the light was stationed. [A]uthorities visited the area to investigate what happened. “[W]e could not find any objects or residues of any crash. [T]here was no oil no gas nothing that would indicate a crash. [N]o sign of anything at all.” [T]he dead fish had strange marks. [T]hey were all burned.”
Noticias Caracol is Columbia's Caracol TV newscast that airs six times per week. Caracol Televisión is a Columbian national television network started in 1954.