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Ontario witnesses observe UFO enter inter-dimensional doorway

An Ontario witness suggests that some UFOs may be inter-dimensional rather than ‘extraterrestrial’. What do you think?

An Ontario, Canada witness reports seeing a UFO enter into an apparent inter-dimensional doorway on 28 April 2012 according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The witness reports he is in a part of Ontario, Canada, where he had observed UFOs on a daily basis for the last two years.

“This report page does not give much leeway — It is suited for one particular sighting and I wanted to report multiple sightings on almost a daily/nightly basis for the last year or two. Where I live has become a virtual hotbed for UFO sightings.”

The witness with a companion(s) have been observing UFO sightings nightly. These have included sightings with a blinding light.

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Whoa. They sit on the front porch and watch the light every night, some lights are blinding. Also they report seeing an object come out of the blue a “doorway” opening up to an apparent different dimension.

Incredible. And incredibly easy to test. Wonder if MUFON will do that.

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  4 comments for “Free UFO show nightly: Now with extra dimensional travel

  1. Peter
    April 30, 2012 at 8:14 PM

    Let’s hope they do test it.

    The inter dimensional theory is just as valid as extraterrestrial. I think the inter dimensional theory was suggested by Jacques Vallée. An interesting man.

    Love this blog by the way !

  2. Chew
    April 30, 2012 at 8:46 PM

    Here’s the full report: LONG DESCRIPTION OF SIGHTING REPORT

    So after two years of nightly UFO sightings they managed to film it one time and it was too blurry to make anything out so they never bothered to try again?

    Tell me again why there are still believers in the ETI theory?

  3. Massachusetts
    April 30, 2012 at 9:02 PM

    This is always the case it seems. The alleged “hot bed” sightings are filmed and you just see pin points of light, or a blurry image that could be anything. The recordings never seems to match the elaborate descriptions the witnesses give. How can they get inter-dimensional doorways out of a few dots in the sky?

    It may be true that “inter dimensional doorway” is just as plausible as “inter stellar craft,” but aren’t astronomical or meteorological phenomena, or terrestrial aircraft, much better explanations?

    I’d love for extra terrestrial, or inter dimensional, beings to exist, but it’s not reasonable to base these beliefs on such flimsy evidence.

    This appears to be another example of imaginative speculation repeated and accepted as fact without real supporting evidence, a phenomenon which was discussed in recent Bigfoot-related posts.

  4. Peter
    May 1, 2012 at 1:35 AM

    It is always a pity that video evidence is crap at best. But then not everyone has the gear needed to shoot these things to demonstrate either one way or another, what is actually going on.
    It is just about blurry or a few points of lights – most likely because no tripod is used and the person shooting the footage is nervous and so shaky, or it is blurry because it’s a crap camera or the auto focus has nothing to really latch onto. In most cases these days it seems to be a phone camera. These phone cameras also have a large field of view which does not help.
    If the footage is good, really clear and precise, then it’s usually a fake. But then this would muddy the waters if someone were to actually get something on video that was clear, used a good lens, tripod and knew what they were doing. Again people would write it off as fake.
    At least with a decent setup, it would be possible to go “oh it’s plane, balloon with LEDS or what ever.” and not leave it up to the usually fertile imaginations of a youtube viewer trying to zoom in on the square artifacts of an mpeg encoded video.

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