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    Monthly Newsletter ofThe Blue Mountains UFOResearch Club.    Vol. 3 Issue No 08  A  UGUST ,   2012.   I NSIDE :      UFO   R  EPORTS G LEANED FROM THE I NTERNET .   Newsletter of The Blue Mountains UFO Research Club  –  August, 2012. 22 Blue Mountains UFO Research Club News. Our meetings are held on the thirdSaturday of the month, at the Gilroy residence, 12 Kamillaroi Road, South Katoomba,from 1pm onwards. We are situated on the corner of Kamillaroi Road and Ficus Street, and as we always say,park in Ficus Street where there is safer parking.  P LEASE NO SMOKING ON THE PREMISES . A  LSO , NO LARGE BAGS IN THE CINEMA    OR  THE HOUSE .   PLEASE NOTE. Please contact us prior to bringing along any new friends interested inUFOlogy and the mysteries generally. Anyone with any personal experiences involving  UFOs or the ‘unexplained’ are invited to share them with us all.  Contact Information: Phone: 02 4782 3441,[or catch our website or].  A plate of food to share for afternoon tea is appreciated.   P ROGRAM FOR  18  TH    A  UGUST      Gather in the house for refreshments and UFO chit-chat.     The meeting begins in cinema with any UFO reports or other UFO-related news from members.    Report on the mystery space station being sighted over the Blue Mountains again.    Report on the impending publication of the Gilroys’ new UFO book –    “The Energy Beings –  ET Abductions f  rom Beyond Time”.      DVD presentation on UFO subject.    Break for tea and cakes and more UFO chit-chat.    Return to the cinema for more DVD UFO documentaries.    Other surprises.    If the weather behaves itself there will be a Skywatch on the nearby Narrow Neck Plateau at the usual location once it gets dark. [Don’t forget -  warm clothing is a necessity [the weather lately has been very  COLD at night] and bring a torch and binoculars.If any members have ideas for other likely Skywatch locations for our Club we would like to hearabout them.   If any member has material or an article to place in either “Mysterious Australia” or “The Blue MountainsUFO Research Club” newsletters please feel free to forward it to us by the second Saturday of the month.   To assist with the costs involved in producing thenewsletters a gold coin donation is requested. If any members have ideas for other likely Skywatch locations for our Club we would like to hear about them.     Rex and Heather Gilroy, Australia’s top UFO and ‘Unexplained’ Mysteries Research team. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2012  .   Newsletter of The Blue Mountains UFO Research Club  –  August, 2012. 3Source: Northern Star, Goonellabah, NSW, Australia 13 August, 2012 M ORE R  EPORTS OF UFO   S IGHTINGS   UFO tracker Moira McGhee says seven new testimonies from Northern Rivers residents about recent UFOsightings are genuine.Last week, the residents contacted Ms McGhee of the Independent Network of UFO Researchers afterreading in The Northern Star on August 6 about two UFO sightings over Kyogle and Mullumbimby.Other locals rang Ms McGhee last week claiming UFO sightings but she said there were inconsistencies intheir accounts.However, Ms McGhee did believe a Casino man who claimed on August 2 he saw an object similar to theone spotted at Kyogle that night. There were some small differences, Ms McGhee said. The other couple said it was orange and went fromnorth to south but this man said it was a solid bright white light that went south to north. He saw it at 7.30pm on Thursday (August 2), which is 15 minutes earlier than the couple at Kyogle. Hethought it might have been a plane but it remained solidly lit as it went past, and it probably wasn't a weatherballoon because there's been no announcements from the Bureau of Meteorology. Last week, a Nimbin woman contacted Ms McGhee claiming she saw a dish with three little legs on it over Tuntable Falls in early May. For about five to 10 minutes she saw an orange spinning light and it would go from white to orange, MsMcGhee said. Planes went above it and below it and it dimmed then lit back up when they'd gone. She got her binocularsout and said it almost looked like a dish with three little legs on it.  The witnesses will fill out formal reports to add to the organisation's collection of several thousand. MsMcGhee said with every new sighting comes 20 new questions. She would not fully endorse or deny an extra-terrestrial theory. We're sending things to Mars, why wouldn't they be sending things to us? she said. Out of all the hundredsof thousands of reports around the world, you just need one not to be of this earth. -0-   S OME UFO REPORTS GLEANEDFROM THE I NTERNET .   NB  . These reports are presented for your perusal and enjoyment and whilst all care is taken with their presentation no responsibility for their authenticity is taken by the editor. Please exercise your own judgement.   Newsletter of The Blue Mountains UFO Research Club  –  August, 2012. 4 Secret UFO files released Date August 5, 2012 Tim BarlassFlying sorcery ... one of the restricted documents, now released.Photo: National Archives of AustraliaIt is probably the closest Australia has come to scrambling fighter jets to intercept a UFO.Documents that have just become available under the 30-year rule at the National Archives of Australiareveal how two RAAF Mirage jets were placed on the second highest level of alert to determine the cause of unidentified radar contacts seen on screens at Mascot. The ''X Files'' viewed in Canberra also give details of other unexplained sightings, some of which aresupported by witness statements to police.Mysterious ... a colour-enhanced photo of a UFO seenfrom Bendigo. One caller dismissed it as a rock band's lasershow. Photo: National Archives of AustraliaIn the Sydney alert, the papers stamped ''restricted'' tell how operation ''Close Encounter'' was launchedbyNo.3 Control and Reporting Unit at RAAF Base Williamtown near Newcastle on June 30, 1983, after thephenomenon was first noticed earlier in the month.Senior air controllers at Mascot said the contacts were mostly located between 70 and 150 nautical milesnorth of Sydney at ''alleged speeds of 1100-6500 km/h that suggested high altitude''.
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