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By Preston Dennett:
According to several polls, the majority of people (at least in the USA) believe in the reality of UFOs. Yet, the UFOs themselves remain somewhat evasive. In other words, you can't just go outside and see a UFO anytime you want. And yet, sometimes you can!

There is a type of UFO behavior that investigators call "displays." In these cases, UFOs will brazenly appear over witnesses and put on a show, darting around and dancing across the sky as though they want to be seen. This type of activity is clearly a publicity campaign, involving what appears to be an agenda to announce their presence and convince people that UFOs are real, and we are not alone.

This video presents seven cases that fit this unique category of UFOs that have overcome their typical shyness and instead are showing off. These types of events have been occurring for decades and are still going on today.

1945: Mount Baden-Powell, California. Joe Stein and twenty other young boy-scouts are camping in the forest when a multi-colored object shows up and remains in the sky for most of the night.

1954: The Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia. Bob X. is in the backseat of his parents' car traveling along the highway when an enormous shiny silver disc shows up and begins pacing their car.

1970s: Encino, California. Ronny Baron has experienced several UFO sightings throughout his life, but after moving to California he experienced three spectacular displays. One occurred over his home and was also witnessed by his son. A second occurred at a daytime party and was witnessed by twenty people. And a third occurred in the central valley in California.

1972: Costa Mesa, California. Traffic stops in the streets, people rush out of their homes and offices, and thousands of people stare upwards to see a humongous, perfectly oval, cloud-like object filled with soft pastel, multi-colored lights scoot ac

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https://youtu.be/_hz73wAeUKg By Preston Dennett: According to several polls, the majority of people (at least in the USA) believe in the reality of UFOs. Yet, the UFOs themselves remain somewhat evasive. In other words, you can't just go outside and see a UFO anytime you want. And yet, sometimes you can! There is a type of UFO behavior that investigators call "displays." In these cases, UFOs will brazenly appear over witnesses and put on a show, darting around and dancing across the sky as though they want to be seen. This type of activity is clearly a publicity campaign, involving what appears to be an agenda to announce their presence and convince people that UFOs are real, and we are not alone. This video presents seven cases that fit this unique category of UFOs that have overcome their typical shyness and instead are showing off. These types of events have been occurring for decades and are still going on today. 1945: Mount Baden-Powell, California. Joe Stein and twenty other young boy-scouts are camping in the forest when a multi-colored object shows up and remains in the sky for most of the night. 1954: The Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia. Bob X. is in the backseat of his parents' car traveling along the highway when an enormous shiny silver disc shows up and begins pacing their car. 1970s: Encino, California. Ronny Baron has experienced several UFO sightings throughout his life, but after moving to California he experienced three spectacular displays. One occurred over his home and was also witnessed by his son. A second occurred at a daytime party and was witnessed by twenty people. And a third occurred in the central valley in California. 1972: Costa Mesa, California. Traffic stops in the streets, people rush out of their homes and offices, and thousands of people stare upwards to see a humongous, perfectly oval, cloud-like object filled with soft pastel, multi-colored lights scoot ac LINK TO BOOK: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1560722703/... LINK TO PRESTON DENNETT'S WEBSITE: https://prestondennett.weebly.com/boo...
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