Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Chile: Lenticular UFO over Chacarillas

Source: NOUFA *Noticiero Ufológico Autónomo*
Date: 03.10.09

Chile: Lenticular UFO Over Chacarillas

On the afternoon of Monday 03.09, a team consisting of Ramon Navia and Conchita Pascual of Spain's IIEE, along with Raul Nuñez, IIEE's Chilean coordinator, and Osvaldo Muray, the main protagonist of the UFO phenomena recorded in the Chacarillas Range, were able to capture a series of spectacular phenomena along the skirts of these hills, which we we have presentd more than once in the past, given their long history of enigmas.

The delegation of Spanish researchers was able to ascertain "on site" the location where Muray claims to have photographed and witnessed -- over nearly 19 years -- an entire sequence of unexplained phenomena that he has written down day by day as part of a detailed task, totally convinced by his sightings.

Readers will remember that on April 12, 2008, an impressive bolide was captured by Raul Nunez's photo camera as Muray and another Chilean collaborator visited the site. Furthermore, this research organization is following up on the events that have occurred at the site ever since the organization was created in Chile in April 2003.

When asked about the events on the afternoon of Monday the 9th, Navia stated that the was very pleased with the images taken and which serve as confirmation of Osvaldo Muray's patient efforts, having sufficient merit to be taken into consideration. He is greatly surprised that national scientific organizations or independent researchers have not shown any interest for what is going on in these hills.

NOUFA presents one of the photos taken, but it is aware of an entire sequence of strange lights and "orb" phenomena that were taken after a patient and constant effort over time that was rewarded yet again.

Moreover, Raul Nuñez said ironically that "these entities, or whatever they are...have perhaps consented to be photographed, as we they know that we don't profit from their presence..." an allusion to the intense wave of "ufological
tourism" that some are trying to create in certain parts of the country.

(Translation (c) 2009, S. Corrales, IHU. Special thanks to Raul Núñez)