Earthfiles.com released yesterday a couple of more photographs from different angles of the supposed UFO near Xiaoshan Airport in China. Since the story broke, very little is known about the case, only one photograph appeared in the media at the time. Now, it seems like a couple of other photographs are surfacing and they are clear. I can’t really say that these photograph are legit without having analyzed the originals and their metadata, so at this point we should all be skeptical of the images and cross-analyze them.
Linda Howe from Earthfiles.com talks about the email with the photographs she received:
Now today on July 13, Neil Gould with Exopolitics Hong Kong sent me the following email and alleged photographs of the same aerial phenomenon over Hangzhou that closed the Xiaoshan Airport.
From: Neil Gould
Subject: Xiaoshan Airport Closure and More UFO Images
Date: July 13, 2010 3:26:22 AM MDT
To: Linda Moulton Howe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Pls read report from my China assistant
who has taken the news from her source in China.
I cannot vouch for the authenticity of the
UFO depicted which are claimed as true.
China is full of lies!!!
But I can vouch for the similarity of the description.
What is unusual in this instance is that
the incident seems to have been placed into a higher level of secrecy
Quote: “One staff working in the airport mentioned that a huge long strip shaped object appeared on the radar, height about 3200M, passed the north higher sky of the airlines. It is regarded as UFO temporarily after eliminating all the possibilities. And it is upgraded as top secret.” Unquote
I am e mailing you several of the pictures
in the next few mails. Cannot vouch for authenticity of pictures.
Exopolitics Hong Kong
Included in the email were the following photos:
What do you guys think of the photos and email that have surfaced?
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