Date of sighting: February 19, 2016
Location of sighting: Between Sauce Viejo and Coronado, Argentina
News source: http://inexplicata.blogspot.tw
Its not often we get a UFO sighting thats over the water so this exciting. Look closely and you can see the reflection of the light bouncing off the water below the UFO. These lights are actually one single craft. The real question is...whats it doing over the water? Or...did it come from below the surface, from an alien base far below?
Scott C. Waring
Inexplicata News states:
Source: Planeta UFO and CEFORA
Argentina: A UFO Sighting in Desvio Arijon, Santa Fe By Andrea Pérez Simondini. It is interesting to see people make themselves available to research, entrusting their account to our team to bring it to the readers' attention, seeking perhaps the possibility of other witnesses to the case, and if not, information on other cases having the same characteristics.
Fact Sheet: Location: Desvío Arijón - between Sauce Viejo and Coronda, Province of Santa Fe (Argentina) Date: Friday, February 19, 2016 Witness: Luciano Castro So it was that we received a message from Leandro Castro on Facebook, detailing the sighting of an object that he was also able to photograph.
Text of the message: "Hi Andrea! Good evening. I'm Leandro Castro, I'm from the locality of Desvío Arijón, a little town between Sauce Viejo and Coronda in the Province of Santa Fe. I live by the Coronda River, and I took the photo on Friday, February 19 after one of the heavy storms we had that month. In the photo you can see something flying over the river...it was spectacular, on account of its lights and how close it was! Regrettably, we took some photos with our cellphones and they cannot be seen clearly, but I was able to pull out a little digital camera and take two shots. Having not used the camera for a while, its battery was running low and it turned off...it almost seemed deliberate, ha,ha...well, Andrea, I hope you can use this photo. I have been following your page for a long time, and someday I'll visit your museum. Best regards!"