Gulf Breeze UFO Incident Including F15 Jet

Possibly the best UFO sighting of the 90's was this Ed Walters stupendous looking Alien Craft.



What a decade it was, the 1990's gave us so many ideas and different ways of thinking about things and UFO sightings plus how we looked at UFO evidence. The first web browser came along in the 90's, then in 1991 we had Linux.



The first website went online at CERN.



Ah yes, CERN, the place that killed our last "realities address" by creating a miniature big bang by colliding atoms together at a fraction just below the speed of light. It completely knocked us out ie they opened a new reality within our own reality which pushed our own reality out, into an altogether different place.


It's because...


Because, two realities can't exist in the same place (two solids can't be in the exact same place at the exact same time) so why they decided to open one at CERN I'll never know lol or will I?



Is that how our big bang was created, by an Alien species colliding atoms... It's certainly plausible.


That caused the Mandela Affect, apparently.


Digital cameras, digital "you name it" were everywhere in the 1990's and it was allowing for tremendous leaps in UFO photography. Mobile phone evolution was getting well ubderway.


Then the UFO sightings started getting more and more.



Take for instance the Ed Walters Gulf Breeze UFO Incident report at MUFON that looks so different from every other UFO sighting from that time. It's shape is different, it's color is different, it's got what looks like light's on it (could be a reflection), it's got some bizarre looking structural design like the fork shape to what I think is the rear of the Unidentified Flying Object. But why has it come so close to allow anyone to photograph it, and again that's just my humble opinion.












Gaze your eyes upon this brilliant UFO craft!



Ed Walters close up zoom of a UFO Craft.


Credit: MUFON/Ed Walters/Ufosfootage/Canva.



1994 - Gulf Breeze, Florida. Name, Ed Walters.

Reported to MUFON June 17th 1994.



Ed Walters close up zoom of the epic spaceship type UFO.


Credit: MUFON/Ed Walters/Ufosfootage/Canva.


Epic photograph of a UFO, the evidence of what he saw outside his house on January 12, 1994 will stun you "and rightly so". There's been tons of investigation gone into this UFO sighting by experys and one of which is Bruce Maccabee, here's the link to his website which i think you should check out because it's of such good information that everybody can learn from it.



Curiously though Ed Walters added two other UFO photos to the MUFON report that he submitted, here's one as they're both the same really...








Okay, as far as UFOs goes this is way, way out there with the NASA Tether Incident, The Phoenix Light's Incident, that's just my own opinion though guys. Both of the UFO events ive just described have their very own dedicated followers and believers that strongly feel that they are number 1 UFO sighting.



YouTube is full of top 10's UFO videos and top 5 countdowns with The Phoenix Lights winning a lot of the countdowns but The Tether Incident definitely has a large following of believers also.












What I'm saying is that the Ed Walters 1994 UFO Craft is definitely, and I mean definitely a contender!



Ed Walters waited for tge Jet to be in the visual frame before taking the photo.


Credit: B. Maccabee/MUFON/Ed Walters/Ufosfootage/Canva.



Quote 

As he was viewing the UFO through the lens and preparing to take the first photo he heard 

the noise of a jet. He looked to the north and saw a jet that appeared to be approaching the 

UFO from his right (the northeast). He waited until the jet entered the field of view of the 

lens and then took the first photo


MUFON isn't always my source for inspiration for a lot of reasons with obe being they charge! But, Ed Walters reported it to MUFON so, it is what it is. It is a humongous database of UFO, Alien related subject matter. And unknown mysteries are thrown in there every now and then with unknown crafts posted anonymously.





Credit: Ed Walters/MUFON/UFO Casebook.


Quote from UFO Casebook:

His Canon camera with a Soligor Autozoom 70-220 mm (f/3.5) lens was in his office and loaded with Konica XG100 film.


He grabbed the camera and walked quickly onto his deck where he pointed it toward the UFO.


He twisted the barrel of the lens to the infinity focus position and zoomed in on the UFO.



The results you see here are bonifide proof of UFOs, the unknown object is partially blanketed by an F-15.


Check out UFO Casebook for yourself here.


Credit: UFO Stalker (mentions it).


Credit: B. Maccabee website/MUFON/Ufosfootage/Canva/UFO Casebook/Ed Walters.

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