Location of sighting: Rosario River, Argentina
News Source: http://inexplicata.blogspot.tw
This is an interesting sighting of some glowing lights over the Rosario river in Argentina last week. It looks like we are seeing a UFO hovering over the water, hence the two long lights. However the top light is actually the UFO, the bottom light may be the reflection or the illumination from the doorway below the surface which the UFO probably came from. Hiding a doorway underwater that takes you to an underground base is a smart move.
Scott C. Waring
Argentina: Uncanny Light Source Photographed in Argentina The following is a message from Silvia Pérez Simondini, director of Visión OVNI and CEFORA, sent to UFO groups: Dear Friends, I was truly amazed on Sunday night. For 26 years, night after night, I have observed and have come to know each spot on the island from the summit of Cerro de la Matanza. On Sunday, with my friend Checo Jaroslav, we visited the summit once more, and I was astonished to see a vast source of light in the middle of the river. The lights of the city of Rosario could be seen in the distance, which gave me the certainty that these lights we were seeing were much closer to Victoria. I'd like to clarify a few things. The bridges along the Victoria-Rosario route are not lit, much less in this manner. All along the route there is nothing I know that has such illumination. It was interesting to observe it from hilltop, but what happened later was truly fantastic. The upper part of the illumination vanished as if by magic, and since Checo was returning to Buenos Aires along that route, we agreed that he would make sure to see what it was from both sides. The fact is he saw absolutely nothing, or any area illuminated in such a way. We have no idea what it was, only that it was never in the river, and I'm sure that I'll never see it again. These are the photos. The last photo depicts how it was left after the upper section vanished, and what evidently also vanished when Checo departed. [Editor's Note: Cerro de la Matanza - Slaughter Hill - owes its name to a mass killing of natives in 1750 by Francisco Antonio de Vera y Mujica, governor of the city of Santa Fe. The name appears in official documents from 1779.]
[Translation (c) 2016 S. Corrales, IHU with thanks to Guillermo Giménez and Silvia Pérez Simondini]