Lots of activity over Lake Erie earlier this year.
In the following three videos, the media wrestle with a sighting over Cleveland that occurred every night for about ten days in March 2010.
While the first and third news anchors appear a little uncomfortable with what is happening, it’s significant that in one, MOX News asks former British MOD investigator Nick Pope to comment (i.e., they turn to a credible UFO investigator). Gone are the J. Alan Hynek-style or the CNN “science guy” debunkers of the past. Pope is very cautious in his estimation.
In the other two, a man who filmed the UFOs over the ten days, Eugene Erlikh, discusses what he has seen. He says that MUFON showed up to investigate. Again, his report on their conclusions shows MUFON to be very cautious and professional in their investigation. So, all in all, the UFO investigators do not present themselves, and are not portrayed, as nuts or crackpots.
The media appear to be inching their way toward objectively covering the UFO phenomenon. The ETs appear to be making themselves more available, reappearing in one location for ten days. And the UFO investigators are showing themselves to be responsible and professional in their approach.
In my view, we’re definitely watching a shift in progress as everyone gets more comfortable with the ET presence in our skies.