Flying Humanoids
Terror From The Sky - Mysterious Object Seen in the Skies

Flying Humanoids
Terror From The Sky - Mysterious Object Seen in the Skies

A strange object that was seen in the skies of Mexico. Over 40 people witnessed this object as well as a police officer who claimed he saw the object land.

Some people claim it is witchcraft, or possibly a UFO, while others believe there is a much more rational reason behind the sightings.

Across North America there is something strange and frightening circling overhead. Witnesses tell of human-like creatures that float or hover in the skies and often descend to attack.

Legends and folklore tell of strange flying creatures, but in the 1940s and 1950s, strange humanoid forms were spotted above small towns, bringing waves of panic.

Skeptics claim that identification explains these creatures, however the mounting evidence says otherwise.

MonsterQuest will analyze the video proof of this monster while scientists work to discover the identity of an eerie corpse that may unlock the mystery of these flying humanoid monster.

A look back at a series of mid-20th Century reports of bizarre flying humanoids that caused waves of panic in small towns across the Northern United States and recent encounters in Mexico and California.

The investigation also analyzes a strange corpse and video evidence to identify what people are seeing.
There are many strange objects seen in the skies but the flying humanoids appear to be reported more often within Northern United States and more recently within Mexico and California.

Most eyewitnesses appear to describe the creature without wings and it always appears to hover. It is also generally described to resemble a human-type of figure.

Some people believe that they are witnessing some type of living entity such as a witch while others believe it may be some unknown type of animal. Others believe they are witnessing UFOs or extraterrestrials over the skies of Mexico and California.

Experts believe that videos capturing these strange sightings are most likely hoaxes but if these videos are not hoaxes then it is most likely some misidentified object such as a bird or a balloon. Some experts believe that eyewitnesses may be witnessing some type of experimental aircraft as well.

Flying Humanoid in Mexico
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An unknown object which appears to be a real physical object is spotted in Mexico.

Sightings of a flying HUMAN above the skies of Mexico could be genuine, says a paranormal expert.

A mysterious woman-like figure was caught on camera as it hovered above mountains in Nuevo Leon City Mexico.

UFO watchers said the figure appeared to be wearing a cape leading to claims that it was a witch or wizard when it was first seen in 2006.

Now Mexico's leading Ufologist Anna Luisa Cid says the sightings were true after carrying out her own investigations. She said: I think that the possibility is there. An imaginary object is not recorded on film, nor it produces over 40 witnesses.

Nuevo Leon UFO club managed to film the spooky flying character. And policeman Leonardo Samaniego also claimed a floating person had dropped out of the sky and landed on his bonnet.

Ms Cid told the Ghost Theory website: In conclusion, from my professional point of view, both cases are real.

From officer Samaniego's experience to the UFO club's video. I do not believe the entity to be a witch, but I do know that it is something that we cannot explain.

The WASP (Williams Aerial Systems Platform) - Possible Hovering Humanoid Explanation

Some theories of what is being sighted in the skies are that people are witnessing some type of experimental craft such as the Williams X-Jet.

The Williams X-Jet, created by Williams International, was a small, light-weight Vertical Take Off and Landing (VTOL) system powered by a modified Williams F107 turbofan aircraft engine.

It was designed to be operated by and carry one person and controlled by leaning in the direction of desired travel and adjusting the power.

It could move in any direction, accelerate rapidly, hover, and rotate on its axis, staying aloft for up to 45 minutes and traveling at speeds up to 60 miles per hour (100 km/h).

It was evaluated by the U.S. Army in the 1980s, and was deemed inferior to the capabilities of helicopters and small unmanned aircraft.

Other VTOL systems developed by Williams International included a jet-powered flying belt developed in 1969, which was powered by a Williams WR19 fanjet, and the WASP (Williams Aerial Systems Platform) developed in the 1970s, which was powered by the more powerful WR19-9.

This vehicle was nicknamed "The Flying Pulpit".

Specifications (X-Jet)

General characteristics
  • Crew: One pilot
  • Height: 4 ft 0 in (1.22 m)
  • Footprint: 4 ft² (0.4 m²))
  • Empty weight: 401 lb (182 kg)
  • Loaded weight: 550 lb (250 kg)
  • Powerplant: 1× modified Williams F107 turbofan, 600 lbf (2.7 kN)

  • Maximum speed: 60 mph (96 km/h)
  • Range: endurance of 30-45 minutes
  • Service ceiling: 10,000 ft (3,049 m)
  • Thrust/weight: 1.11