Tennessee case includes alien sighting: Web radio

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By Roger Marsh
UFO Examiner

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 A Central Tennessee witness report of low flying, unidentified lights above rural farmland in April 2010, quickly turned into a Category 3 with a possible alien creature on the ground as investigators arrived May 6.

Chase Kloetzke will discuss details of this case on the web radio show, UFO Traffic Report, on Wednesday, January 19, 2011, 9 - 10:30 p.m. EST, with hosts Roger Marsh and Michael Rambacher. 

Kloetzke will never forget her "one second" encounter in that cornfield.

Today Kloetzke is Deputy Chief Investigator and STAR Team Manager for the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON). She was originally assigned MUFON Case # 22904 that included details like "eight fireball things hovering over trees" and clusters of lights that included as many as 27 at one time.

The decision to move to the Tennessee site in May included witness reports that the lights were returning daily and that locals were actually chasing the UFOs.

MUFON's STAR Team is organized to put investigators on the scene anywhere in the U.S. where possible trace evidence is available from UFO sightings. This encounter included multiple lights moving overhead, while electronic equipment was shut down from battery drain.

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