Special Report: Possible UFO's Over The Permian Basin
MIDLAND- A man is making an extraordinary claim that he's seen UFO's fly over the Basin. The person NewsWest 9 interviewed wanted to remain anonymous and he's associated with the Laredo Paranormal Research Society.
"The facts are above our skies in the Permian Basin. We are seeing the lights, we are seeing stars, we are seeing crafts. My belief is that they're transporting something or someone, and depending on how in depth you would like to open Pandora's box, we're thinking of course, they're aliens," the man said.
He said the lights that he's been seeing going across the sky are following each other at different altitudes and he's able to do that with a special type of night vision binoculars that the military uses.
"What do you say to those people who say you're crazy?" NewsWest 9 asked.
"Seeing is believing, but if you don't believe that's ok. We're not out here to win anyone, win anybody over and prove to anybody anything. It is what it is. There's enough facts, there's enough proof out there that we know that they're there, we don't know what they want. We know that the government is covering all of this up," he said.
There's tons of video of possible UFO sightings all over the Internet. There are possible UFO images that were captured by third generation night vision technology from the Laredo Paranormal Research Society. The organization claims the crafts resemble a triangle with spheres at each of its vortices and cruising at an altitude of 1,000 feet going 80 miles per hour.
They enhanced the video to prove it with color spectrums and temperature filters. Our source says these crafts are appearing and disappearing in our solar systems through portals.
"At times, it's in an area where there are no stars. Simple blackness and what I've been noticing, even though you see the light go across the sky, it may be very bright, all of the sudden it starts to fade out and completely disappears. There wont be any moon out or there may be a full moon out, but nevertheless, they're appearing out of nowhere and they're disappearing out of thin air," he said.
NewsWest 9 took a shot to see if we could see any crafts through his binoculars but we couldn't see anything that night but stars.
What keeps the man interested is the unknown.
"Different, millions of solar systems out there. There's no way that we can be the only ones here," he said.
He added that after December 21 is when we'll start to see more of them and they'll more visible.