Cases of death during contact with a UFO
The inquisitive human mind has long tried to understand the origin of everything alien and incomprehensible. Until now, the world of UFOs stirs our imagination with its mystery and unrevealed.
But at the same time, cold-blooded alien killers may inhabit this extraterrestrial world, and if they deem it necessary, they can, without blinking, send the defenseless person to the forefathers. Ufologists have repeatedly warned of the danger of contact with alien intelligence and supernatural phenomena.
Each of us has heard stories about the mysterious disappearances of people and airplanes, murders that looked like suicide, unreasonable deaths, scientists who suddenly stopped doing their research related to unidentified flying objects, as well as the deadly diseases that people who came into contact with UFO. Here are examples of tragic deaths, which according to unofficial data were directly related to extraterrestrial civilizations:
In 1947, when the UFO phenomenon entered pop culture, a rather strange series of fatalities occurred. In June of the same year, according to eyewitnesses, a flying saucer exploded over Mauri Island near the city of Tacoma, Washington under unexplained circumstances. Two soldiers and two journalists died. Less than two weeks after this incident, another alleged crash of an unidentified flying object near the city of Roswell, in the state of New Mexico, occurred, after which mysterious deaths and suspicious suicides occurred.
Six months later, Captain Thomas F. Mantell of the National Guard of the United States Air Force died when an incomprehensible object was pursuing in the skies over Kentucky (many researchers believe that it was an alien flying ship). Rescuers found the wrecked plane wreckage and the body of the captain. The experts concluded that Mantell died from suffocation due to oxygen starvation even before his plane collided with the ground. The pilot did not attempt to eject.
Then in May 1949, the life of the first US Secretary of Defense James Forrestal was tragically cut short when he jumped out of the window of the 16th floor of the naval hospital in Bethesda, Maryland.There were many rumors that Forrestal received from the US government access to secret information about UFOs that he intended to tell the world. However, the government could not allow the disclosure of classified information to them, which is why he paid with his life.
In November 1953, six pilots sank into oblivion during the pursuit of an unidentified flying object. Karl Kunrath and Wilbur Wilkinson also disappeared without a trace when they climbed into the sky of California to make contact with the aliens. Two weeks later, four more pilots were missing: this time they were American military pilots who were investigating a UFO incident in the Great Lakes region.
In 1959, one of the most controversial deaths, also associated with UFOs, occurred. According to the official version, the American astronomer and writer Morris Jessal committed suicide: he was found dead in his car, suffocating exhaust gas. But there are good reasons to believe that it was a premeditated murder, since he was going to publish the book "Aliens in the Solar System", which apparently should have shed light on some government secrets.
Undoubtedly, the most sensational story associated with flying saucers was the death of John F. Kennedy, who was killed on November 22, 1963 at the Dili Plaza in Dallas, Texas. But no matter how incredible it may seem, the story of the assassination of John F. Kennedy is littered with all sorts of spies, scouts and secret agents who were related to the UFO phenomenon. Perhaps the 35th President of the United States was shot dead because of information about aliens visiting Earth, which he owned.
In the late 1960s, as well as in the mid and late 1970s, numerous farmers from across the United States reported appalling dismemberment of cattle by unidentified individuals. Also, strange lights were seen in the sky. From all states came messages about meetings with UFOs. However, not only animals were subjected to terrible injuries and dismemberments. Did the hostile inhabitants of extraterrestrial civilizations use humans as food?
In October 1978, a young Australian pilot named Frederick Valentich noticed an unusual aircraft during a flight through Bass, which began to pursue him. Then the connection with him was lost.The plane and the pilot were never found. A version was put forward that Frederic Valentich was the victim of an alien abduction.
From the early 1980s to the 1990s, dozens of scientists who worked for the British company GEC-Marconi died under strange circumstances. Many of them were involved in the Strategic Defense Initiative program, announced by US President Ronald Reagan. The main goal of this program was to create an anti-missile defense with space-based elements, excluding the possible destruction of ground and sea targets from space. At the time, the program looked so incredible that the media dubbed it the Star Wars program. Concerning the deaths of scientists, surprising hypotheses were put forward. It was rumored that they were eliminated by aliens with the help of advanced mind control technologies in order to prevent the implementation of this program. And in 1990, he hanged himself a journalist of the Defense publication who tried to conduct his own journalistic investigation on this matter.
In 1999, a conspiracy researcher and expert in many books on conspiracy theory and UFOs, Jim Keith, tragically died.Whether it was an accident or a conspiracy of manipulators - it remained a mystery.
Summing up, it should be noted that this list of premature and unexplained deaths is far from complete. People involved in research related to ufology and UFO risk their lives to prove: the truth is somewhere near.