In November, 1986, a Japanese crew of a jumbo freighter aircraft witnessed threeunidentified objects while flying over Alaska, USA. This sighting gained internationalattention when the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced that it was going toofficially investigate this sighting because the Air Route Traffic Control Center inAnchorage, Alaska, had reported that the UFO had been detected on radar. Captain Terauchiwas featured on numerous radio and TV programs and in People Magazine. Within a fewmonths of these events he was grounded, apparently for his indiscretion of reporting aUFO, even though he was a senior captain with an excellent flying record. Several yearslater he was reinstated. The UFOs in this case were tracked on both ground and airborneradar, witnessed by experienced airline pilots, and confirmed by a FAA Division Chief.
Isn't this scary?
Touch me, trust me
savour each sensation!
Let the dream begin,
let your darker side give in...
27.04.2006 um 04:04 It was seen by Japanese people. It was probably just their over-active imagination. Ifyou don't believe me about the imaginations, you should see some of the mangas they comeup with! It's insane. But that's just my view on it. It could be just as flawed as anyoneelse's. I'm not trying to be racist either, it's just that if you've seen the stuff thatcomes out of their heads, you'd be thinking the same thing.
you must have in mind, there aint only japanese pilots who had encounterswith UFO´s. this is the first time i read of a jap. crew. mexican, u.s, especialybelgian.. its an international phenomenon (..or perhaps just another hoax).
I don't think you can daydream such a situation. I amof the same mind with you, that the Japanese have some kind of malicious imagination, butI was in Japan, some time ago. It can be said, that most Japanese would never ever havetheir heads in the clouds at work, their employment is their existence. Not in all casesof course...
And why should two pilots fantasize identical things?