Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon: Close Encounters – JAL

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Part 1: JAL: NOVEMBER 17, 1986 – A Japanese airline crew is en route from Paris to Tokyo with a cargo load of Beaujolais wine. As Captain Terauchi and his crew are crossing Alaska, they encounter blindingly bright lights flying in their airspace. These lights illuminate the cockpit and seem to be keeping pace with the Boeing 747. Captain Terauchi then reports seeing two unidentified crafts, one the size of a ‘mothership’. The UFO is tracked by both ground and airborne radar, though its origins remain unknown.

Part 2: CRASH COURSE: AUGUST 27, 1979 – Deputy Sheriff Val Johnson is on patrol near Stephen, Minnesota in the early morning hours when he sees a beam of light shining down on the road ahead. As he continues to drive, the beam of light engulfs his car. Johnson briefly loses consciousness and wakes up to discover that he had skidded off the road and he’s suffering eye damage similar to welder’s burns. Both his wristwatch and the car clock have stopped for exactly 14 minutes.

By T. Blank

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One response to “Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon: Close Encounters – JAL

  1. Pingback: These are the "Close Encounters". Each 22 minute video consists of two well documented cases, (26 in all), investigated by MUFON.

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