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‘Thailand Sightings’

1997: Phuket Thailand Fast Moving Big Bright Light

THINK ABOUTIT SIGHTING REPORT Date: 1997 Sighting Time: 9:00 p.m. Day/Night: Night Location: Phuket / Thailand – Nai Harn Beach Urban or Rural: Rural Hynek Classification: NL (Nocturnal Light) Point or extended luminous source observed at night. Duration: No. of Object(s):  1 Size of Object(s): Distance to Object(s): Shape of Object(s): Big light. Color of Object(s): Number of Witnesses: 4 Source: Summary: The craft moved first from one side of the horizon west, to the other side of the horizon east over the ocean. Then stopped shortly and continue the flight 90 degree to south. Everything soundless, very, very fast, the light very white!! To fast for humans. I guess some thousand miles per hour.  Related articles The Kerubim Light Pollution… Read More

2001: Chiang Mai Province Sighting

THINK ABOUTIT SIGHTING REPORT Date: October 2001 Sighting Time: Day/Night: Night Location: Chiang Mai Province,Thailand Urban or Rural: Rural Hynek Classification: NL (Nocturnal Light) Point or extended luminous source observed at night. Duration: No. of Object(s): 1 Size of Object(s): Distance to Object(s): Shape of Object(s): round to spherical Color of Object(s): Number of Witnesses: Source: Summary: I was returning to my guest house, just off moon muang, inside the moat on what i believed to have been the north eastern corner of the city, when i was mesmerized by lights in formation out towards the west of the province, about five miles or more from where i was standing in a westerly position possibly west south west from where i was standing not far from… Read More

2005: Balloon Man

THINK ABOUTIT HUMANOID SIGHTING Date: Sept 1 2005 Sighting Time:  Day/Night: Location: Mae Chan district, Thailand. Urban or Rural: Hynek Classification: CE3 Duration: No. of Object(s):  Size of Object(s): “fluid-like” Distance to Object(s): Shape of Object(s): Color of Object(s): Number of Witnesses: Multiple Witnesses. Source: Summary: A floating alien sparks controversy in rural Thailand. Full Report The Butterfly Effect If a butterfly flaps its wings in China, will it cause a hurricane in Texas? Probably not. Nevertheless, sometimes even our most innocuous actions produce consequences we could scarcely have dreamt of. Take Tongmuan Pochailoet, for example. When he found a discarded helium-filled rubber doll trapped in the branches of a tree in August 2005, his only thought was that it… Read More