Sunday, October 30, 2016

Argentina: A UFO Landing Site in Tucumán?

Source: Planeta UFO and Contexto - San Miguel de Tucumán (Argentina)
Date: 10.30.2016

Argentina: A UFO Landing Site in Tucumán?

Previously undisclosed material discloses one of the outer space phenomena with the highest global impact. In La Cocha, Tucumán, experts may have discovered the existence of a spacecraft (sic) landing area. Images captured show considerable UFO activity in the south of this province.

Experts are engaged in field studies to corroborate the strong presence and exploration missions by extraterrestrial craft (sic) in La Concha, a mountainous volcanic area located in the Argentinean northeast.

Most of the images involve alleged nocturnal sightings in both the bottoms and depths of hills and mountains and the airspace above them.

The space research center directed by Pablo Daniel Warmkraut was in charge of receiving these recordings which according to initial analyses confirm intense activity and the probable existence of underground bases in a mountainous area that includes inactive volcanoes. Researchers explained that they managed to identify strange objects through these videos. In some cases, they enter the mountains after flying in the air at an altitude of some 1500 meters.

Eyewitness accounts can be added to this undisclosed material, retelling their experiences with spacecraft (sic). The flights are not only nocturnal: images have been recorded in broad daylight.

Grupo Aurora, directed by Pablo Daniel Warmkraut, received the images and after conducting their evaluation, made contact with other ufologists of international relevance and reached the conclusion that the hitherto unknown event could lead to interesting scientific research. For this reason, the specialist indicated that field work would soon commence in the mountainous area in southern Tucumán.

"The report was made by the special group at La Cocha, consisting of Carlos Burgi, Daniel Ponssa, Carlos Sahid, Hernán Cevallos, Omar Cyriani, Rubén Molina, Roberto Blanco, Luis Guevara, Miguel Arce, Pedro Navarro, Graciela Navarro and Carlos Dallagata. Most of them have direct experiences with the events taking place in Tucumán," said Warmkraut.

The researcher explained that the material submitted from La Cocha involves actual eyewitness accounts and videos in which UFOs can be seen entering a hillside, as well as the moment in which these objects emerge from the mountain and vanish into space. He added that a numerous ufologists have been working at the site for several months and has managed to capture startling images of great clarity.


[Translation (c) 2016 S. Corrales IHU with thanks to Guillermo Giménez, Planeta UFO and Grupo Aurora]