By Barry Chamish
Clearly, UFO madness had hit another village.
Last April, one Shula Cohen filmed a remarkable event in the town of Ramat Hachayal. At 3 a.m., a globe appeared in the sky which lit up the whole town as if it were mid-day. After local reporters publicized the film and I tracked down a copy, her attorney contacted me and presented me with a written pledge not to publish or show the film for less than $20,000. Needless to say, I have not shown the intriguing film publicly.
In August, the Shuah family filmed a UFO over their kibbutz, Hatzor, for two nights and mornings running. On the third night, a crowd of over seventy kibbutzniks witnessed the UFO, but the battery of the family camera wore down. A neighbor with a professional video camera was summoned and it captured one of the [most] amazing closeups of a UFO's structure ever recorded.
Word somehow spread that the film was worth $100,000 and that the television networks would start bidding. Hence, an ugly battle erupted over who owned the rights to the film, the Shuah family or their neighbor. Villagers who had gotten along fine for decades were suddenly at loggerheads.
Original file name: CNI - Alien madness in Israel
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