O'Hare: The UFO Incident That Won't Go Away
I once met someone deep in the UFO research community and I asked him pointblank what UFO story impressed him the most. He mentioned the sighting by a Japanese aircrew over Alaska. I checked it out and it was amazing - the ship they described was huge - but it wasn't as good as my favorite: The Belgium Sightings. For one thing there was no picture, but at least the pilots agreed to talk. See, one of the major problems that keeps pilots from speaking out is the treatment they get afterwards. It can be a career ender. The airlines don't want their pilots sounding - well - crazy to the public.
For example, there were pilots involved in the UFO sighting over O'Hare airport in November of 2006 - the FAA says the radio tapes have a lot of discussion. So why haven't pilots come forward? Oh well, at least there is a very convincing interview with one of the men who drives jets around on the ground at O'Hare.
When this all came out only recently, one comment on this blog asked how the incident could happen without someone getting a photograph? The answer is, "Maybe somebody did." Here is a picture from an unknown source that is supposed to be the object over O'Hare. Maybe it is - maybe it isn't.
The main problem is that the pilots involved that day are afraid to talk. Here's a link to a rather dry site that's trying to get pilots support if they speak out about a sighting. Skip down if you're interested, and read some of their comments.