A frightened passenger on a night flight recently had a chilling encounter that has left her contemplating the existence of extraterrestrial life. Hayley Kenny, a frequent flyer, was en route to Heathrow Airport after a hectic business trip in New York when the bizarre incident unfolded.
As she was watching TV on the plane to pass the time, she noticed a flashing light reflecting off her screen. Intrigued, she peered out of her window, and her gaze fell upon an eerie sight—a flickering phenomenon in the night sky that initially resembled lightning.
Kenny recounted her experience, stating, “Something kept catching my eye as I was watching the TV screen, but I couldn’t make it out until I recorded it on my phone and paused it.” The oddity of this sighting was amplified by the fact that there were no indications of inclement weather, making lightning an unexpected occurrence.
In the past, Kenny had never entertained the idea of the existence of aliens. “I didn’t believe in aliens before; however, I’m aware we don’t know what’s out there on other planets,” she remarked. “I’d usually laugh at people believing they saw a UFO, but seeing something weird with my own eyes has made me think twice!”
Despite her astonishment, Kenny noted that “nobody else on the plane reacted” to the peculiar sight. She also expressed surprise that the pilot failed to address the apparent lightning. She said, “As it was a red-eye flight, I think most people had the blinds down. However, I fly quite regularly, and the pilot usually points out if there’s something to look at out the window, so I’m surprised he didn’t mention the lightning at least.”
While some may remain skeptical about the prospect of extraterrestrial life, the Mexican government appears to be intrigued. In a surprising turn of events, two alleged “alien bodies” were presented during a public hearing in Congress. This event marked Mexico’s first public congressional hearing on Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAPs), commonly known as UFOs.
The origin of these two unidentifiable bodies can be traced back to 2017 when they were discovered in Cusco, Peru. One of the specimens was approximately 700 years old, while the other dated back 1,800 years, each possessing only three fingers on each hand.
Renowned journalist and ufologist Jaime Maussan testified under oath during the congressional hearing, emphasizing that the bodies are not a part of “our terrestrial evolution.” Maussan asserted, “These specimens are not part of our terrestrial evolution. These aren’t beings that were found after a UFO wreckage. They were found in diatom (algae) mines and were later fossilized.”
Intriguingly, scientists from the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM) managed to obtain DNA evidence through radiocarbon dating, revealing that over 30 percent of their DNA remains “unknown.” These revelations have only deepened the mystery surrounding the potential existence of life beyond Earth’s boundaries