A report published by Inexplitica - The Journal of Hispanic Ufology, tells us how remotely guided UFOs have been threatening highways in the city of Buenos Aires. This report was posted on 14 May, 2013.
The report describes how these devices pursue vehicles and startle drivers and fishermen.
“To the south of La Plata, these devices pursue cars or appear out of thin air in the midst of the river, shoulders or cattle troughs to startle drivers and fishermen alike.”
The report describes the area affected by these UFOs.
“A wide area bordered by the Bay of Sanborombón and Route 2 to the south of La Plata have turned into a pole of attraction for the same UFO phenomenon that researchers have associated with the activity of remotely guided luminous probes.”
The report also says that the researchers have termed these devices a ‘miracle’ of nanotechnology.
“A miracle of nanotechnology – and which have allegedly caused accidents on roads and highways in the area in question.”
The report then talks about case history of these devices, documented by an organization.
‘In fact, reports and records kept by the Fundación Argentina de Ovnilogía (FAO) disclose a rich case history provided by direct witnesses to the encounters produced by these luminous devices.”
The report also tells us that according to the director of FAO, Luis Burgos, the particular region is prone to UFO sightings.
“Out of 1500 cases attributable to UFOs, recorded in the entire country, a third – that is to say, 500 – occurred in this great expanse.”
The report talks about the size of these UFOs and how they have caused accidents.
“The proliferation of these probes, ranging in size from that of a tennis ball to a spare tire, has acquired disquieting aspects: they have caused several accidents on highways, superhighways and roads crisscrossing this surface.”
The report then informs us that according to an Ufologist, these probes as remotely guided drone like probes.
“Many reports have taken place in recent years. We consider these probes to be remotely-guided objects engaged in exploratory activity and which, for reasons unknown, pursue vehicles driving along the roads.”
The report also mentions few of the cases studied by Luis Burgos and provides detailed information about a case involving a driver named Horacio Riquelme.
We also get to know about the first of such incidents which took place in 1983.
“The first of such accidents took place in 1983, when a businessman from La Plata, now deceased, was chased some 80 km along Route 11 by what the driver defined as a “a yellow soccer ball” that emerged from the roadside as if by magic.”
The report then quotes Luis Burgos who tries to explain the true nature of these objects.
“Everything suggests a remotely guided UFO with limited flight endurance, which would explain its appearance and disappearance in a matter of minutes. But who or what controls them is still part of a deep mystery.”