Imagine flying an airplane and then suddenly seeing a massive UFO mothership twice the size of an aircraft carrier appearing out of nowhere…right in front of you.
Japan Air Lines Flight 1628 was a 747 cargo flight, enroute from Paris to Tokyo with a shipment of fine wine. Shortly after the aircraft entered Alaskan airspace, two unidentified flying objects suddenly rose up from below, and closed in to escort the jumbo jet. They were cylindrical with an array of nozzle like thrusters that glowed red so hotly the three Japanese flight crew members could feel the heat in the cockpit.
After a few minutes, the twin UFOs suddenly veered into a stacked formation just 500 feet in front of the 747. Their movement was so unnatural, the Captain reported “The thing was flying as if there was no such thing as gravity. It sped up, then stopped, then flew at our speed, in our direction, so that to us it appeared to be standing still. The next instant it changed course. ... In other words, the flying object had overcome gravity.”
The UFO's changed their formation to side by side, slowly bobbing in front of the jet at the exact same speed, as though hovering. Suddenly a massive UFO mother ship twice the size of an aircraft carrier rose out of the darkness and joined the formation, and the two smaller UFO's zipped away towards it.
The jet made an evasive manuver but the mothership remained locked in position on the port side throughout a sharp 360 degree turn.
Anchorage Air Force Base detected the mothership anomaly on radar and dispatched a Hercules C130 air transporter to investigate, but the UFOs disappeared before it arrived.
Officials dismissed the incident as stars reflected in ice crystals combined with radar echoes, and the highly experienced JAL captain was grounded to a desk job.
The Air Force base felt strongly enough about their radar signals that they dispatched a plane to investigate….but then after the fact took all credibility away from this highly experienced pilot. It’s as if he had seen something he wasn’t supposed to see.