Sioux Security officer reports UFO encounter and missing time
Tuesday, April 12 2011
Written by Circle Staff,
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A South Dakota Sioux Tribe security officer reported that hundreds of softball-sized red lights spun around his vehicle while driving home from work March 6 and that he had an encounter with two "translucent" beings, according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.
The man, who is unidentified in the report, said he left his job at the Standing Rock Sioux casino and was driving alone in his vehicle when he noticed the red lights about 11:40 p.m. on Highway 63 about five miles south heading into Eagle Butte.
"The red lights, about 100-200 of these red lights, kept going around the car for a couple of miles," the witness stated. "They never got super close, like two car lengths away from me, but all around me."
A few miles down the highway, the man noticed that his car was slowing down. "I was doing about 60 mph, but it slowed down to 40 mph, and wouldn't go any faster. Then the red lights just disappeared. They didn't fly off or anything, they just disappeared. The car then went back up to 60 mph like I normally drive it."
He then noticed something standing along the road. "Then I saw this thing on the side of the road where the gravel road meets the road and before I knew it, it was on the car. It reached in and touched my head through the windshield and ran its hand down my back. My back got real hot," the man said, according to the MUFON report.
He said he is missing time, as it took him over 2 1/2 hours to get home when it usually only takes 1 1/2 hours.

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Posted by MJ Madrid, on 20-09-2012 13:05,
1. Interesting sight today!
The shuttle Endeavor passed overhead today on its way to its final resting place. The 747 with the piggybacked shuttle flew over our city (Las Cruces, NM) at about 1500 feet. It was an inspiring sight.
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Posted by MJ Madrid, on 17-09-2012 12:35,
2. The sad thing is . . . .
. . . that Native people have always been aware of UFOs because we spend time in nature. They're easier to see away from light polluting cities and on cloudless nights in rural New Mexico or Arizona the sky seems almost alive. 
The sad thing is that when Native people report these sightings they are usually scoffed at and accused of drinking.  
It's a shame we can't get away from old stereotypes. One day we'll all know what these UFO are and maybe even where they come from, but I personally would never report one to the autorities.
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Posted by kunu manyantlers, on 13-04-2012 01:42,
3. HaHo
You aught to check out whats going on in wisconsin as well, many lights, sonic booms and its been recorded on youtube. 
Every wonder if they were not aliens? Maybe sacred spirit beings?
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Posted by mary, on 03-09-2011 15:50,
4. i believe you
im beginning to believe that things like this are becoming more common in indian country but this is the first ive read about it. hearing stories are different seeing it for yourself makes believers out of all of us but it makes me wonder where the time went and what the heck happend.  
maybe if people were more open about it then i would be possitive that we're not crazy haha
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