What exactly is over the skies of Lake
Erie near Cleveland, Ohio?
the Bigfoot field are probably wondering why in the world is
the Squatchdetective covering a UFO story?
me it has much significance, first and foremost, many in the
Crypto fields do not know I started off as a UFO
investigator for the now defunct Ariel Phenomena Research
Organization, which was based out of Tucson, Az.
there an event which is significant in the fact, that there
is no explanation for this phenomena at this time. It has
been seen by many, over a course of consecutive evenings,
which these events have been videoed continuously and
photographed. The media, actually doing a bit of due
diligence, has confirmed from airports that there was no air
traffic responsible for this phenomena.
Ufologists would call this a major event, and the fact that
the mainstream media is covering this, both on the local and
national levels, makes it all the more for the case of
UFO's. However what the exact cause of these "mystery
lights" are, is bound to be debated for some time.
also my belief that this is one particular phenomena that
is prone to government cover up, unlike the Sasquatch
mystery, due to its significance to National Security.
Out of my
personal experiences in my six years as a UFO investigator,
I found that it was quite difficult to prove or disprove
visual sightings, much like the Sasquatch sightings today.
You do your best to interview a witness and attempt to seek
out deception while intently trying to retain the details of
makes this of particular interest to me is that in the late
nineties I was a friend of a MUFON investigator here in New
York that showed me a three hour video, patched together of
consecutive nights, over Saratoga Lake, exhibiting the same
behavior we are seeing today over Lake Erie.
Wertman Video grab/ MUFON
The Week - March 10th,
Cleveland UFO: What on Earth?
A strange light over
Lake Erie has Cleveland residents nervously eyeing the
sky. Is it a conventional aircraft or have our new
insect overlords arrived?
posted on March
12, 2010, at 1:50 PM
For more than a week,
a mysterious pulsating light has been appearing nightly
over Lake Erie east of downtown Cleveland — showing up
at approximately 7:30 pm and zipping around in the
darkness for about two hours before disappearing —
reports MSNBC. Captured on film from various angles,
it's now drawing nightly crowds at the lakefront. While
Nick Pope, former chief UFO investigator at the British
defense ministry, calls it a "significant sighting,"
some of the UFO's fans do not exactly inspire faith: "I
have absolutely no expertise in this field, but I can
guarantee you that it is not human!"
says Eugene Erlich,
a local college student who has been videotaping the
FOX 8 NEWS - March
EUCLID, Ohio -- Is
something eerie over Lake Erie? A local man said he
spotted a UFO and he believes it's proof we're not
alone. "Absolutely nothing we have on this earth even
looks like that," said Eugene Erlikh.
Eugene said the unexplained lights appeared outside his
house in Euclid over five nights. "It was such a
brilliant beam of different lights, it was going red,
yellow, green, blue. It was never the same color it was
always, like it was pulsating."
The unidentified flying objects remain unidentified. No
one knows what they were, including the 20-year old
student who admits it's hard to believe. Carla Jackson
is a non-believer. "I mean, we're not too far from
Canada, it could've been a light show over there or
something, somebody playing."
"Once you see it with your own eyes," said Erlikh.
"You're gonna say 'Wow, what's going on here' and why do
they keep coming back in the same spot?"
It's not the first time someone said they saw something
over the skies of Cleveland. In 2007, a group of people
downtown said they saw what they thought was a UFO over
Key Tower. And according to the National UFO Reporting
Center, many additional sightings in Cleveland have been
made in the past.
"Camera trick," said Carla Jackson. "I have to be there
to actually see it."
But Erlikh wonders, "Why are they there? Why do they
keep coming back, the same time, the same area? There is
absolutely no reason."
The U.S. and Canadian Coast Guard and several local
police departments did not receive any additional
reports of sightings.