Moultrie Observer


April 21, 2008

About UFO sightings

Dear editor:

UFO sightings are common in all parts of the country but most go unreported because the local press does not usually report on this activity. 

In areas where the local press does get involved is in Stephenville, Texas. There is an appearance of a UFO hotspot but in fact this sort of activity is going on in everybody’s back yard.  When the local press writesa fair and honest article people begin to find the courage to publicly tell their own UFO stories and more and more stories come out in the public domain and a hotspot of activity seems to be apparent. 

I have been involved in the UFO/ET field for thirty years investigating and writing about the subject. At one time I was very involved locally in investigating UFO activity and once the word got out through the press I was receiving a couple of sightings a week from a 50-mile radius from where I lived.

This is how common and frequent UFO activity is. In fact UFOs are the second most searched word on the Internet other than sex.

My activity in the past few years in the UFO/ET field has been on the national and international level but I am back to reporting on activity in our local area.  We have just released some good UFO video on Utube from an area near Moultrie .

People can access this video, the report on the sightings, and contact me through email at my blog: 

 Ed Komarek



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