Why are UFO sightings up 700% in our area? And why are most of them in Bucks County?
Meet Bob Gardner. He has been the Lead Field Investigator on 78 cases so far this year in the 5 country Metro Philadelphia area. He’s a Field Investigator for MUFON (Mutual UFO Network).
Gardner says there was a wave of UFO activity this past summer in the Levittown area. Evidence left behind has been analyzed.
“We had tree branches tested that were dusted with a strange material and then the material was sucked back up into the UFOs.” says Gardner. “The lab results showed elements that should not have been in the leaves as well as elements that should have been there, not there. The tests on the leaves also came back with results that show that they came in contact with microwaves.”
Some of those Levittown sightings, with detailed pictures (fascinating, btw), have been followed on a website called earthfiles.com by Investigative Journalist, Linda Moulton Howe.
She interviewed Biophysicist W. C. Levengood, who analyzed the leaves.
“This seems to be physical evidence of very thin energy beams only 1/10th of a millimeter wide, probably of a microwave nature, that caused these straight line lesions in the leaves,” said Levengood. “I’ve never seen anything like this before.”
UFO sightings went up of 700% versus a regular year, according to Gardner. And the flurry of activity fascinated the Discovery Channel so much, it decided to devote an entire hour to the Bucks County angle Monday night.
Gardner, fellow Field Investigator, Elisa Simons and MUFON’s State Director, John Ventre are all part of the special. They sift through 60 UFO cases and talk to the two witnesses who had multiple sightings over a 4-month period in the Levittown area.