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Mexico: Vocalist Discusses UFO Experience


Inexplicata
The Journal of Hispanic Ufology
April 22, 2007

Source: Televisa, Channel 4, Viva La Mañana program
Date: April 23, 2007

MEXICO: Vocalist Discusses UFO Experience
by Ana Luisa Cid

Renowned Mexican singer Jose Jose admitted having had a UFO experience during an interview.

His eyewitness account formed part of Televisa's "Viva la Mañana" broadcast, during which he gave an emotional retelling of his sighting experiences as well as an encounter with beings that he found very strange.

He explained that this first UFO sighting was during childhood, when the family dog was seen to bark anxiously at a "shining star", stressing that when they managed to locate the cause of the animal's barking, the "star" took off at high speed.

His second experience was described seeing the transit of eight UFOs traveling in two groups of four over the Clavería district to the northwest of Mexico City.

Says the singer: "I had the chance to see a silvery light over a hill, one of three flying in succession. It was even possible to hear their motion, the sound they made...it flew right overhead, so impressive!...it flew at very low speed."

On another occasion, he says, "I had the opportunity to meet very strange, very tall, blonde beings in an apartment in the Cuahutemoc district. I found them thoroughly odd, but they didn't have two heads or anything. They were fully human but very tall and blond. I later heard remarks that blondes of that type come from Venus."

The singer also said that he believes in life on other planets.

(translation (c) 2007, S. Corrales, Institute of Hispanic Ufology (IHU), special thanks to Ana Luisa Cid.

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