Submitted by Kyle Lovern on June 21, 2011 - 7:09pm
BARBOURSVILLE, W.Va. - In honor of West Virginia's 148th birthday week, Huntington Mall Borders will host a special Mountain State Celebration featuring a variety of Mountain State writers. The event is being held Sat., June 25, from 3 - 6 p.m.
Louisville — On June 2011, 11 PM, this was reported to 911 and Fox 41 News. We live near the airport; but what we saw was not normal behavior for aircraft. My seven year old child and I saw what appeared to be an orange color hot air balloon like the moon when it appears close to earth? We literally saw flames just like on a hot air balloon but it was much too large to be a balloon. It moved at a steady pace toward the river far too quickly and steadily to be a balloon. It just glowed steadily with what looked to be flames on the bottom of it.
Thanks to Filer's Files and George Filer/Mufon
Lexington -- Did you know Kentucky is considered a "hotbed" for UFO sightings? According to the state director of MUFON, an organization that investigates the sightings, our state just may be a very popular destination for advanced alien life.
Submitted by Kyle Lovern on May 15, 2011 - 10:08am
There have been a few UFO sightings in W.Va. and Ky. I get reports or check the internet. I saw one published on UFO Digest and I need to followup on a phone number I received about some multiple sightings in Philipi, W.Va. Ky. and Tenn. have also continued to have some UFO sightings. STay tuned ....
Submitted by Kyle Lovern on April 22, 2011 - 8:49am
Sterling -- On April 14, 2011, my phone rings and it is my 20 year old son who was about two miles away at a friend's home. He next asks me, "Did I hear that plane? I quickly moved outside and continued the conversation and told him there were no jet sounds at my location. His description was that of two low flying military jets hitting their afterburners above the residential homes. The jets shook the foundations and rattled the window frames forcing the occupants to step outside to see if a plane was in distress. He then described over the phone only hearing the jets and never physically seeing them.
Submitted by Kyle Lovern on April 22, 2011 - 8:46am
Lavergne -- On April 13, 2011, driving home I saw this and stopped. I had a feeling to just look up and when I did they were there. They just hovered and never moved. I took a picture. There are two objects. They are both close to the trees in the picture to the left. Then when I got home there was one hovering over my house with a red ring of lights around it. It disappeared like in the movies. I'm leaning more towards time travelers than aliens. Thanks to MUFON CMS/George Filer
Submitted by Kyle Lovern on April 22, 2011 - 8:45am
Lexington -- On April 13, 2011, I was out in my back yard when a white flash caught my eye. It was flashing brightly and I then noticed another object off to its left moving in a similar manner. I observed for several minutes and asked my son to grab my camera. Within a minute the two objects got side by side both still flashing white.
I ran to get my camera and outside I found another object to the east and I snapped a few photos before I lost sight of it behind the trees. Thanks to MUFON CMS
Submitted by Kyle Lovern on April 15, 2011 - 9:44pm
From Filers Files newsletter Richmond, Ky. -- On April 4, 2011, I was enjoying the country life and driving to see my family in the beautiful sunset. I asked my daughter to take a photograph of the sunset for me, but when we examined them the next day we noticed the bright star in the upper right corner of all the shots. Much to my surprise, it was not a big bright star but clearly a big bright white triangle shaped object.
Upon further examination, I noticed that directly below the triangle, to the right of the light post, is a black circle object that does not look like a plane or helicopter.
Submitted by Kyle Lovern on March 25, 2011 - 12:58pm
I had the chance to speak to 4th grade students today at Riverside Elementary School in Williamson. They were very informed about writing.
They were a captive audience and ask some good questions. The two teachers were Tonya Hatcher and Jennifer Sparks, and they both have done a wonderful job with their students.
I hope to go back sometime and check out some of the writing samples the 4th graders have done.
Kyle Lovern is a nationally respected UFO researcher and author. He has penned two groundbreaking titles: Appalachian Case Study: UFO Sightings, Alien Encounters and Unexplained Phenomena, volumes 1 and 2.