UFO Sighting Reports Brings National Organization To Investigate
A national UFO organization planned to come to Ohio to investigate an alleged UFO sighting, 10TV’s Kevin Landers reported on Wednesday.
According to one man, something crashed into the Richland County woods in November.
Investigators have not been able to figure out what the glowing object was that Don Beverly’s son, Rick, saw, Landers reported.
“I (came) to the window of the back door right there, and I look out and those woods were lit up,” Don Beverly said.
Beverly said that trees glowed for about a half hour, and he thought a plane had crashed. He called 911 for help, Landers reported.
Beverly said that at least two other people called about a fire ball in the sky.
“There’s a lot of stuff out there that’s man made, a lot of space junk,” Beverly said. “Do I believe in little green men, no I don’t believe that.”
A member of the Mutual UFO Network planned to travel to Richland County on Saturday to inspect the sight to learn what, if anything, landed there, Landers reported.
In 1973 a National Guard helicopter pilot on his way to Cleveland spotted what he described as a red light coming at him at jet speed, Landers reported.
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