A UFO Link? Share | itscrazytime posted:10/17/2011 9:02:43 PM (Reply) Call me crazy, (he he he), but does anyone think there may be a correlation between missing baby Lisa Irwin and the, by my count, 33 UFO sighting reports in Kansas City, MO on the 3rd, 4th, and 5th of October? Lisa Irwin is a 10 month old baby that came up missing from her home in Kansas City, MO on Oct. 4th between 10:30 pm and 4:00 am. Her father was at work -confirmed- and her mother enjoyed a night in with a neighbor and her 2 children watching movies and having a few glasses of wine. Her father was working as an electrician at an after hours remodel of Starbucks until 3:30 am. He returned home to find the lights on in the house, his daughter and 3 cell phones missing. One of the cell phones didn't work. The mother admits she had a few glasses of wine. She tucked Lisa in her crib at around 6:40. Her and the neighbor visited outside, while the neighbor's children watched a movie. The baby's father has a 6 year old child from another relationship, who slept in his father's bed with a stray kitten he found earlier in the day. Lisa's mother can't remember if she shut the lights off before she went to bed, but the neighbor reported seeing the lights go dark when she was leaving around 10:30 pm. A man in a car reported seeing a man walking down the street with a baby in a diaper, (Lisa was reported to be wearing a purple short pajama set with a kitten on them), around 12 am. He appeared to be walking to a residence. No neighbors reported anything suspicious. Front door was unlocked, a front window appeared to be "tampered with", later reported to not have been tampered with...and the police have nothing...nada...zip...zilch. The mother WAS originally suspect, (of couse), but the police have stated that there are no holes in the parents stories. I feel wierd even suggesting it, but there was 33 UFO reports those couple of days including either photo's or video in the Kansas City, MO area. i know how this stuff usually ends up, but the police have nothing.whatsamoorefor posted:10/18/2011 12:52:02 AM (Reply) It doesnt explain anythig about October the 3rd, but judging by the number of idiot videos on youtube of "UFOs" that are obvious, stars, airplanes, helicopters, bugs!, window refelections, etc, I think that there where most likely helicopter searches the night the police went into search mode for the child. I wonder how many people reported a strange humming, airborne vehicle, beaming a "strange" light down on the ground near them. If you dont understand what i mean by this than you are probably one of those youtubers I just spoke of! lol. Not you itscrazytime, you the readers!JOSMAN087 posted:10/18/2011 7:53:04 AM (Reply)http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/44927779?ocid=ansmsnbc11itscrazytime posted:10/18/2011 7:56:18 AM (Reply) Here's one, maybe an airplane... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8PwdPJgkLI&feature=player_embeddedgodlypunk posted:10/19/2011 4:54:07 PM (Reply)Research was done years ago because the idea emerged that missing people may be victims of abductions that were never returned. What was found was that 99 percent or so are always found, even if its years later. So, given that, it's not at all likely. A guy was seen walking down the street with a baby.....they didn't recognize him....I believe that this is the answer. Nothing that HBO would want to buy the movie rights to, nothing cosmic.LincolnGenghis posted:10/19/2011 5:19:39 PM (Reply)Just to be on the safe side all aliens should be killed on site.JewelsNewland posted:10/19/2011 5:37:29 PM (Reply)It sounds crazy, but I would rather it be Aliens then some creepy guy with bad intentions. I would assume that Aliens would take care of a baby. Or hope. Wow I sound crazy. lol! But honestly, with nothing turning up with the baby missing. I've thought the same thing.itscrazytime posted:10/19/2011 9:01:02 PM (Reply)In Reply To:LincolnGenghis posted:10/19/2011 5:19:39 PM (Reply)Just to be on the safe side all aliens should be killed on site. That would be a dream come true for you, wouldn't it? Anyway, I agree...for safety's sake.itscrazytime posted:10/19/2011 9:13:04 PM (Reply) The woman admits to drinking "probably more than 5 glasses of wine, but less than 10". The neighbor saw her turn the lights off, but noted nothing else. As was with all the neighbors. The guy seen walking down the street with a baby in a diaper...where would the clothes have gone? They haven't found them the last that I knew. They are turning lanfills and the entire neighborhood upside down and nothing. No blood, no signs of a struggle. I think they should look more closely at where this "stray" kitten came from earlier in the day. And I wonder too why the other children never woke up. My friend said they were actually looking at a well under a deck that they had to pull the boards up from to look under. I know where the case is probably going, but the thought had popped into my head. Is it possible? There have been children that have gone missing from their homes recently and they have never been found, as a matter of fact not a trace of them has been found. In a few cases, either one parent, step-parent, etc. has seemed as though they know more but just will not say. One of them even came up missing from school without a trace and has yet to be found. It's all pretty strange. I just thought the heavy amount of UFO sightings in Kansas City that day and the next day seemed very odd, I mean, what a coincidence.RedBird posted:10/21/2011 9:09:22 AM (Reply)In Reply To:LincolnGenghis posted:10/19/2011 5:19:39 PM (Reply)Just to be on the safe side all aliens should be killed on site.That is unless they where pretty hot, like the ones captain kirk hooked up with on star trek. lolRedBird posted:10/21/2011 9:55:51 AM (Reply)In Reply To:godlypunk posted:10/19/2011 4:54:07 PM (Reply)Research was done years ago because the idea emerged that missing people may be victims of abductions that were never returned. What was found was that 99 percent or so are always found, even if its years later. So, given that, it's not at all likely. A guy was seen walking down the street with a baby.....they didn't recognize him....I believe that this is the answer. Nothing that HBO would want to buy the movie rights to, nothing cosmic.I take exception to that statement, 99% of missing people are eventually found?Thousands of people go missing in the United States each year, and many are never heard from again. According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, roughly 800,000 children are reported missing each year – that’s roughly 2,000 per day. And they, as an organization only assisted in recovering 160,000 SINCE 1984.If you account for children taken by family members (203,900), non-family abductions (58,200) and "stereotypical” kidnapping (115) then you still have roughly 535,000 a year that they have no idea what happened or where they are.These are just the stats for children, in the USA. Take into account adults that go missing never to be heard of again and then take into account the stats for missing people in other countries and on a global scale, it really adds up to millions of people that go missing and never heard from again.LincolnGenghis posted:10/21/2011 3:10:33 PM (Reply)In Reply To:RedBird posted:10/21/2011 9:09:22 AM (Reply)That is unless they where pretty hot, like the ones captain kirk hooked up with on star trek. lolOhhh Yes the green one... I think one exception can be made. She would be safe, the grays seem to be the ones causing all the trouble anyway with their abductions and probes.RedBird posted:10/28/2011 6:11:53 AM (Reply)In Reply To:LincolnGenghis posted:10/21/2011 3:10:33 PM (Reply)Ohhh Yes the green one... I think one exception can be made. She would be safe, the grays seem to be the ones causing all the trouble anyway with their abductions and probes.I hate to say this, if an exception is made due to the aforementioned criteria, maybe a few "probes" are in order. LOLOmen502 posted:10/28/2011 9:11:28 AM (Reply) it is definately possible crazy, but the problem is uncovering the truth and finding evidence to support thses allegations. Unfortunately doing so is not as easy as it sounds. Oh yes and the statement redbird said about them being hot, I agree, but what comes into my mind is the movie Heavy Metal where the nerd boy was turned into the warrior and sucked to the alternate dimension.....lol. Anyone who hasnt seen this movie. It is a "classic"LincolnGenghis posted:10/28/2011 11:28:20 AM (Reply)In Reply To:RedBird posted:10/28/2011 6:11:53 AM (Reply)I hate to say this, if an exception is made due to the aforementioned criteria, maybe a few "probes" are in order. LOLIts always good to be cautious, and thorough. Thats a good Idea. lolRedBird posted:10/31/2011 4:59:35 AM (Reply)In THIS case, I tend to lean on the side that the baby's disappearance is HUMAN related. With all the media attention and the unfolding details, it looks like it is starting to go down the same route as the Casey Anthony case. I can see the media frenzy building... Soon Nancy Grace will have some cheesy nickname for the mom.However, sadly, since this baby was missing, taking into account those statistics I posted above, thousands of kids and people went missing and chances are, many of them will never be found. THIS DOES raise a bigger question, where are all these people going? Are there really millions of people being locked in someone's basement or murdered each year and their body never found, are there really THAT many murderers all over the country(world) going un-noticed... are there really thousands of bodies being buried in parks or back yards all over the country each week? what is the chance? or is it possible something else is going on, like they ARE being abducted by "aliens" and not returned?Why would these visitors want to abduct people and children and never return them? I can think of many possibilities. Please log in or become a member to add a post.