Mexico: Beam-Projecting UFO in 2007
Mexico: A Beam-Projecting UFO in 2007
By Ana Luisa Cid
Researchers from Grupo Lamat and Enigma 900 describe the sighting that took place on February 8, 2007 at 18:57 hours alonge Bocoyna-San Juanito Highway in northwestern Chihuahua. The witness is named "Alejandro", although is identity has been concealed.
He was driving in a company car (belonging to the company for which he works) when he saw some unknown lights in the sky. He noticed that it was a strange object projecting a beam of light in one-minute intervals, approximately. He then stopped the car and pulled over to the shoulder. Remembering that his cellphone was equipped with a video camera, he realized that he had a means at his disposal to secure evidence.
When he stopped recording, the UFO approached him and that's when he was able to observe the device in detail. It had portholes and was similar to a two story building, he explained. He also heard a sound reminiscent of the ocean's waves. He does not exactly remember what happened in the span of an hour, and this detail has caused researchers to believe that a "missing time" episode is involved. Another important detail is that Alejandro claims that the truck he was driving "switched places", in other words, when the phenomenon was over (and he tried to return to his vehicle) it was on the opposite side of the road, not on the shoulder where he'd left it, and more importantly, 4 kilometers away from his original position.
After this impressive experience, the witness sought help from Grupo Lamat so that they would carry out the investigation. It should be added that these ufologists are not in agreement with "mystery peddlers" who indiscriminately sell stories and material, so this speaks very highly of their ethics and makes their purpose very clear: to disseminate UFO case histories in a very serious manner. Curiously enough, this case dates to 2007, the same year that a young Argentinean man recorded a beam-projecting UFO.
(Translation (c) 2009, S. Corrales, IHU. Special thanks to Grupo Lamat and Enigma 900)