A strange blob of blue light photographed recently by a surveillance camera at a Parma, Ohio gas station has a lot of people looking for explanations. Witnesses have suggested ghosts and angels. The video and camera have yet to be examined, and a natural explanation cannot be ruled out. But if we’re left with the unexplained, I don’t think either ghost or angel are likely. Rather, I lean toward an ET or unknown alien energy, and talked about that on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory November 13.
The blob moved around, and appeared to hover over the area where the gas holding tanks are beneath the ground, and then hover over the pumps and two cars – one at the rear at the gas tank, and one over the hood. Were those deliberate movements of an intelligent presence – or the random movements of an insect on the camera lens? Camera experts note that the jumpy movements of the blob are insect-like. Another possible explanation put forward is a reflection of the station’s blue sign lights.
Is there a case for ET? Ohio – and especially the Cleveland area, to which Parma is near – have a history of high UFO activity. UFO and ET activity has been associated with power and energy sources. It’s my personal belief that we are under observation and monitoring by various beings, some of whom may be ETS and some of whom may be ultra-terrestrials, that is, beings associated with our reality but in another dimension. UFO and ET anecdotal experiences do encompass strange lights, including blue ones, that witnesses feel are beings.
In that scenario, the gas station light might be an otherworldly observer, drawn to an energy source.
An interesting sidelight: during my conversation with George, our phone connection suddenly cut off and I heard nothing but a busy signal. The connection was restored. That’s the first time I’ve ever lost a phone connection to Coast to Coast – or any radio show – and it’s odd that it happened during an ET-related discussion. Phone interferences are not unusual in ET/UFO cases, as well as other kinds of paranormal activity. A coincidence or not?
Most photographs and videos of seeming anomalies turn out to be something ordinary, but occasionally cameras do pick up images that defy explanation.
See the video and stills at:
http://www.neatorama.com/2007/11/13/gho … ion-cloud/