The Number One Photographic Case in UFO History?

The segment below comes from a History Channel documentary titled Where are All the UFOs? (2005). The documentary itself is excellent—really a “must see” for anyone interested in critically examining UFOs as a phenomenon. The thesis of the documentary is that UFOs are probably not extraterrestrial. Still, the word probably  must remain operative here, for the documentary also presents, despite its anti-extraterrestrial thesis, anomalies such as this photographic incident in Brazil at Trinidade Island in 1958. Note that this was a scientific team that witnessed a “Saturn-like” UFO image, and that there were dozens of witnesses accompanying the photographer. This is, therefore, not a fraudulent series of photographs, and has real evidential value:

About Santi Tafarella

I teach writing and literature at Antelope Valley College in California.
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2 Responses to The Number One Photographic Case in UFO History?

  1. ice gal says:

    Santi; One thing I can be certain of is that no god exists. Your posts about aliens? The Universe. Could be… other life out there. I think it would have to be just like us, and be subject to evolution. Till a scientist holds up a bone or a fossil I will remain open minded, but not thinking UFO’s are going on.

  2. santitafarella says:

    Ice Gal:

    Good points. I’m just exploring UFOs, and finding the whole subject fascinating. I don’t know if there are extraterrestrials. I see evidence for and against. As usual, I’m confused.


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