Published on 3 Jul 2012 by JDQuantum
The Laredo Paranormal Research Society is back from a trip to Roswell where they were one of the presenters for this year’s UFO conference.
The team was invited to present some of their recordings of Laredo’s night sky that show that the Paranormal Society says are unexplained object floating above us.
Up to now, the group has never released its videos of what are believed to be UFO’s.
But now they’ve decided to show our Annette Garcia what Laredo’s skies have to offer.
Back from a trip to the UFO conference in Roswell the director of Laredo Paranormal research society says he’s more enthusiastic than ever about what his group has managed to catch on camera over the skies of Laredo.
This video has never been released to any media outlet before.
It’s part of a presentation made over the weekend by the LPRS to people like Staton Friedman, a world famous u-f-o researcher said to be floored by what he saw.
“This is in northeast part of Laredo. You can see there’s nothing. We’ve checked google maps and ranchers areas.”
“They multiply from 1 to 2 we’ve seen up to ten lights at the same time.”
All of the images are not visible to the naked eye, but are seen on infra red cameras.
Like this triangle shaped object believed to be a UFO over the Winfield subdivision.
And these mysterious blinking lights.
Then there’s the fast floating object near an airplane over loop 20 in far north Laredo.
“You can see combustion structure of airplane at the same distance same night a round that you can see. Full of energy.”
Cuellar says on average three or four UFO’s are in the sky here each week.
“Look at the speed of this UFO. This is from Cielito Lindo in the subdivision”
Keep in mind, you can’t see these with the naked eye.
“People don’t even know this is happening. Flying just like the moon.”
Cuellar says the group has been capturing images like these for 18 years.
These are the most recent.
But they’re only now releasing the video because they believe Laredo is a hot spot for these sightings and believe it’s time to get more tourists here to see them too.
And more importantly get people here educated and interested in the mysterious lights.
“I can show you a lot of videos but when you actually catch it and get field experience you get yourself in something phenomenal.”
Cuellar says images caught here in Laredo compare with Marfa’s mysterious lights and believes they could draw hundreds to our city.
If you’d like to know more about the paranormal research society please go to their website laredoprs.com.