March 26, 2016

Black UFO Found Landed In Desert In Arizona On Google Earth Map, March 2016, Video, UFO Sighting News.





Date of discovery: March 24, 2016
Location of discovery: 2 miles west of Bunk Robinson Peak, Arizona, USA
Google coordinates: 31° 26’43″N 109° 4’30″W

Here is a great catch of a black disk UFO landed out in the middle of nowhere on the boarder of Arizona, New Mexico and Mexico. Its an hour drive to get to any city, but there is a white pick up truck parked near the black disk. The disk is located where no one would ever look for it. Usually UFOs are parked below water, but to have it above the ground is much more convenient to use in other ways. Don't take my word for it, copy paste the coordinates into the Google search box and check it out. 
Scott C. Waring
www.ufosightingsdaily.com 






18 comments:

  1. You know what I find so strange about this? Not even the fact that it's a downed UFO. What caught my eye is the face you mentioned.
    The face has many similar characteristics to the Buddha. And what parts are not identical seem to be a similar sculpting. Maybe these are repeat visitors? Or maybe they never left.

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  2. I didn't think much of this until I actually watched the video. Why in the world is it out in the middle of nowhere for one; that's very peculiar. Either it was transported there or landed there. Could the truck have transported it? I suppose so - maybe it's a giant inflatable of some sort. If not and it's made of dense material it seems unlikely because it's so large. I think the top resembles a facial image. It's really rather odd. The back of the truck also appears to be sunken, though that could simply be sand or an optical illusion.

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  3. I think its a garden. (I want to believe and the truth and its out there) if you look closely you can see some plants among the black plastic, maybe even a sapling still in the pot. It could be lined with a long sand bag, you can get them as long as you want. What looks like a possible sapling is at the front of it, but I do see other greens within the black plastic.

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    1. That is an excellent observation.

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  4. The face is simply pariedolia.
    It is in a dry wash. That should be a clue. It looks like a water cistern to me, commonly built by ranchers and wildlife agencies to capture rainwater for the long hot summers. The black color is odd, but otherwise looks similar to other cisterns I have helped build.

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  5. Yep, looking more and more like a cistern. Maps show that spot as Swaggart Spring. Due north a short distance is a small rectangular structure, like the main spring catchment box. Northeast of the circle across the wash is what appears to be a small photocell panel. Between the large circle and the photocell appears to be either a fence or wires on posts.
    Due west of the site near the hilltop is a collection of rock circles with a few junipers growing out of the rocks. Natural formation or old native village site? Logical place for a village, near a natural spring in a region with scarce water.

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  6. looks like a water trough for cattle. It is labeled Swaggat Spring.

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  7. Look at Eiks Spring a little ways to the southwest. Just above the name, to the left there is a circle shape along with... (que dramatic music)... a rock that looks like...An ALIEN FACE. Seems there is a logical answer. Water containers for irrigation or whatever, right by the stream beds.

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  8. Right near the river beds. Irrigation of sorts. Look a little ways to the southwest to Eiks Spring. There is also a circle shape right near the stream bed. But look closely, is that, could it be, an ALIEN FACE!!! Or is it a rock?

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  9. Look at Eiks Spring a little ways to the southwest. Just above the name, to the left there is a circle shape along with... (que dramatic music)... a rock that looks like...An ALIEN FACE. Seems there is a logical answer. Water containers for irrigation or whatever, right by the stream beds.

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  10. It's a water for cows. I see them everywhere. They are round and hold water. Ufo? Really.. lol their is a ranch house not to far from there.

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  11. is a group of water tanks in a circle, probably for cattle that looks a bit south

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  12. 2 things..
    1.)Look about 2.5 miles down the road to the west. There is another object the same size, shape & height at 31°26'14.03"N 109° 6'21.41"W
    2.) Download and install google earth. Also... open Google Earth.. In the menu bar at the top, click "View" and then check "Historical image".
    Then using the slider bar at the top left of the image.. select the 2007 and 2011 image.

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  13. 2 things..
    1.)Look about 2.5 miles down the road to the west. There is another object the same size, shape & height at 31°26'14.03"N 109° 6'21.41"W
    2.) Download and install google earth. Also... open Google Earth.. In the menu bar at the top, click "View" and then check "Historical image".
    Then using the slider bar at the top left of the image.. select the 2007 and 2011 image.

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  14. 2 things..
    1.)Look about 2.5 miles down the road to the west. There is another object the same size, shape & height at 31°26'14.03"N 109° 6'21.41"W
    2.) Download and install google earth. Also... open Google Earth.. In the menu bar at the top, click "View" and then check "Historical image".
    Then using the slider bar at the top left of the image.. select the 2007 and 2011 image.

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  15. The site is named Swaggart Spring. According to the local Cochise County Historical Society website, the Swaggart family were prominent farming/ranching pioneers in the area. South and slightly west of the tank is what appears to be an old rectangle of rocks. Possible old cabin foundation -- line shack of the Swaggart family ranch, hence the spring name?

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  16. I'm going to go look for myself!

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  17. Can you show me thr real video. I think it's just an activity in the garden

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