Escobedo, Nuevo Leon

February 12th 2006

The Journal of Hispanic Ufology
February 21, 2006

SOURCE: Ana Luisa Cid (www.analuisacid.com)
DATE: 12 February 2006

Multiple UFO Sighting in Nuevo Leon, Mexico

Several UFOs were recorded in northern Mexico. The evidence was filmed by Efren Sauceda Tello using a Sony Digital TRV380 camcorder on February 12, 2006.

The witness says that a total of 4 sightings took place and that all of the cases involved very shiny objects tha descended along the slopes of the Topo Chico hill until they lost themselves in the thickets.

He says that he was unable to record the last UFO, as the glare of the sun kept him from doing so.

Efren Sauceda was at his unlce’s house in Colonia Fomerrey 36, Escobedo, Nuevo Leon.

Times that the recordings were made:

2:41 p.m.
3:38 p.m.
3:41 p.m.
3:51 p-m.

Witnesses’ statement:

”I can tell you that they weren’t spheres, since as they descended they showed a mass movement, as though changing shape, but with a very bright light. I wasn’t the only one who saw them. Several of my cousins were among the witnesses.”

“I believe that the most interesting feature of these recordings is that we not only possess a video of three unknown objects, but we also managed to record the time at which they reached their destination.”

It should be recalled that in 2005, Efren Sauceda presented interesting evidence of tubular UFOs, making him one of Mexico's most experienced skywatchers.

Efren Sauceda Tello

(translation (c) 2006, Scott Corrales, IHU)

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