'ArkLaTex' UFO Witnesses Step Forward - May 3, 2012

"SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) - A number of Americans say they're convinced the government isn't telling us everything they know about UFOs. Several people say they've spotted UFOs right here in the ArkLaTex.

According to the Gallup poll, nearly half of us think alien UFOs have visited earth. UFO sightings from across the world in recent years are not the only events catching the public's eye. In UFO folklore, for example, a radio program from Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell is still a hot topic, nearly 15 years after it first aired on September 11th, 1997.

It involved a caller who claimed to be a former employee of the infamous Area 51. In various stages of tears and panic, the caller claimed to know the true nature of the UFO phenomenon. "Uh, they're extra-dimensional beings," said the caller to Art Bell.

The caller also claimed, "They are not what they claim to be," and then added, "They want the major population centers wiped out." Moments later something knocked the nationally-syndicated broadcast off the air. Art Bell came back on air thirty seconds later and explained the back-up generator had kicked-in and he had no idea what happened.

UFOs are also no stranger to people living right here in the Ark-La-Tex. "It was just a tear drop shape, stationary in the sky, " says a Shreveport-Bossier businesswoman, who wanted to be identified only as "Renee."

Renee says she wanted to remain anonymous, fearing ridicule for going public with her UFO sighting. "I believe people think you're seeing things or you drink too much."

Renee says what she saw in the skies above Shreveport back in June 2011 looked 'otherworldly.' "It looked like a tear in the atmosphere." And she's not alone.

"The west side of that tower, you just see several lights hovering," pointed Tina Marie, as she gave us a drive in her car. This Haughton woman retraced her night from a few months back, when she spotted those lights while driving on Interstate-220.

She had been heading to work as a law enforcement dispatcher. Marie described what she did next. "Grabbed my phone, turned my camera on, stuck it up here and just took a picture, and sent it to KSLA."

*The Ark-La-Tex refers to Southwest Arkansas (Ark), Northwest, Louisiana (La) and Northeast Texas (Tex).

Source: ksla * sheilaaliens

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