The South African UFO Crash of 2007 – Another Unsolved Incident

My review of the South African UFO Crash of 2007 – Another Unsolved Incident.

The South African UFO Crash of 2007
The South African UFO Crash of 2007 (click for larger image)

Here I also go over the feasibility and credibility of the case.

Based on supporting the evidence I am convinced that the South African UFO Crash of 2007 more than likely did happen.

The evidence is very compelling and this incident deserves further investigation.

Sequence of events

01 January 2007 at 04:33 a.m.: A UFO is sighted over Lephalale (a town in the Limpopo province of South Africa), it is described as a strange object “on an orange cloud, singing like a million turbines,” hitting the earth with a loud bang.

Witness Leonie Ras, administrative manager of Lephalale: “I was lying on my bed reading SMS-messages when I heard a noise like an Airbus aircraft firing up its motors. It was raining but there was no thunder or lightning. The noise grew louder and eventually it sounded like a million turbines screaming in unison.”

She walks to the bedroom window and sees the clouds taking on a bright orange-red colour. “Suddenly, a bright object plunged from the clouds to the earth, at a terrible speed, and hit the ground with an almighty bang. When the UFO hit the ground the low-lying clouds went orange.”

She calculates that the object must have hit the ground near Beauty, between the Tambotie and Palele rivers.

Object must have hit the ground near Beauty, between the Tambotie and Palele rivers
Object must have hit the ground near Beauty, between the Tambotie and Palele rivers (click for larger image)
This incident took place very close to where the 1989 Kalahari UFO incident happened
This incident took place very close to where the 1989 Kalahari UFO incident happened (click for larger image)

Cobus Nel, her son-in-law, who was also in the house: “I woke up to a terrible rumbling, followed by a sound like an explosion. I woke my wife up, so that she could also listen, because the rumbling lasted more than a minute, becoming louder, then we heard the bang.”

03 January 2007: The Lephalale police station reports receiving numerous inquiries following the incident.

Lephalale police station
Lephalale police station

Superintendent Wessel Geldenhuys reports that the area is vast and there is no way of knowing where to start looking adding that the object could have fallen in Botswana, which is situated about 45km away, “We have had many queries, but no answers.”

Superintendent Wessel Geldenhuys - Source: noordnuus.co.za
Superintendent Wessel Geldenhuys – Source: noordnuus.co.za

Important background/historical information

7 May 1989: UFO brought down in the Kalahari Desert near Botswana/South African border.

UFO brought down in the Kalahari Desert - Source: alienpictures.blogspot.com
UFO brought down in the Kalahari Desert – Source: alienpictures.blogspot.com

1990: Dr. J.J. Hurtak (futurescience) confirms the incident.

Dr. J.J. Hurtak - Source: chavesdeenoch.org
Dr. J.J. Hurtak – Source: chavesdeenoch.org

31 March 1992: John Robbie (Talk Radio 702) interviews Cynthia Hinds (Head UFO Researcher for South Africa: working for futurescience).

Cynthia Hind (Head UFO Researcher for South Africa) - Source: sacseti.co.za
Cynthia Hind (Head UFO Researcher for South Africa) – Source: sacseti.co.za
John Robbie (Talk Radio 702) - Source: all4women.co.za
John Robbie (Talk Radio 702) – Source: all4women.co.za

2007: UFO crashes close to Lephalale near Botswana/South African border.

The South African UFO Crash of 2007
The South African UFO Crash of 2007 (click for larger image)

2007: Dr. J.J. Hurtak (futurescience) investigates the incident.

2007: John Robbie (Talk Radio 720) interviews Dr. J.J. Hurtak (futurescience). This likely indicates Dr. J.J. Hurtak was in South Africa to personally check into the incident.

2008: Redi Tlhabi (Talk Radio 702) interviews Dr. J.J. Hurtak (futurescience).

Redi Tlhabi (Talk Radio 702) - Source: sowetanlive.co.za
Redi Tlhabi (Talk Radio 702) – Source: sowetanlive.co.za

NOTE: The Cape Argus has not responded to requests for further information re: The 1989 Kalahari UFO Incident article of 1993 neither has Talk Radio 702 for details on how to obtain the Podcast interviews conducted by Robbie and Thlabi.

The following sound clips demonstrate the differences in sounds produced by asteroids entering Earths atmosphere and jet turbines.

Examples of a sound made by an asteroid entering Earths atmosphere:

“Sometimes, after a meteor shower, people report hearing the meteors. Some exceptionally bright meteors have been reported as being accompanied by a low hissing sound – like bacon sizzling.” – Source: earthsky.org

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvnrGzo8ljI

An example of the sound produced by a jet turbine:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMYxUFeSXi4

I’m sure you agree that what the witness described in this incident does not sound like any of these known sounds.

A look at the Articles featured here

Following are screen shots taken of each article in case they are deleted at the source in the future.

Talk Radio 702
Talk Radio 702 (click for larger image)
news24
news24 (click for larger image)
news24
news24 (click for larger image)
Future Science Academy
Future Science Academy (click for larger image)
Future Science Academy
Future Science Academy (click for larger image)
Future Science Academy
Future Science Academy (click for larger image)
Skeptic Forum SA
Skeptic Forum SA (click for larger image)
EarthSky
EarthSky (click for larger image)

My Conclusion

  • The data and information presented appears feasible.
  • Asteroids entering Earth’s atmosphere do not sound like several jet turbines running at once.
  • I’ll keep you posted as soon as I receive the information I have requested from the “Cape Argus,” Talkk Radio 702 and Library of Congress (LOC).
  • Although the evidence is of a circumstantial nature, this incident remains compelling and deserves further investigation.

Sources:

https://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/UFO-crashes-in-SA-20070102

https://www.news24.com/World/News/UFO-crash-still-a-mystery-20070103

https://futurescience.org/laphalele-south-africa-ufo-crash/

https://web.archive.org/web/20080216043331/http://www.702.co.za/podcast/podcasts.asp

https://futurescience.org/ruwa-zimbabwe-september-16-1994/

http://forum.skeptic.za.org/general-skepticism/interview-with-dr-j-j-hurtak/

https://futurescience.org/

https://earthsky.org/space/whoosh-can-you-hear-a-meteor-streak-past

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvnrGzo8ljI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMYxUFeSXi4

http://www.ufoafrinews.com/pdfs/ufo_afrinews06-150.pdf

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