We had a super great time in Gulf Breeze and Pensacola in June. We stayed on Pensacola Beach, where serious beach time was the first order of business. Pensacola Beach is an island which separates the bay and Gulf Breeze from the Gulf. From most places on the island one can look back across the bay to see the area where Shoreline Park is located. This is where all the local folks gather to skywatch. They are often joined by visiting UFO enthusiasts from all over the world who come, hoping to see "Bubba" as it is affectionately referred to by those in the area.
We joined our friends at the park a couple of evenings where we all had a chance to catch up on each others lives. Unfortunately, we did not have any sightings, but catching fish is not the important part of fishing, is it? (That is, unless you're hungry!) It is interesting to note, however, that possible sightings had taken place just a week or so before we arrived, and more sightings were reported the week after we left. In fact, UFO activity seems to have continued to pick up ever since. According to my friend Ray Pollock of Pensacola, a group of college students have been in town a few days, interviewing everyone, as part of a documentary they are producing as a class assignment.
While we were on the beach, we did see a lot of military helicopter activity. We saw several types, but the most noteworthy were the many over-flights of the bay and beach area by Apaches, sometimes flying in formations of two or three.
On the subject of alien/military abductions in the Gulf Breeze area:
I'm not familiar with Leah Haley or her book, but I do recall a conversation with friends at Shore Line Park last summer. What I was told was not substantiated and second hand. Having said that, the story goes like this: A couple of individuals had just been abducted by an alien craft, and were on their way to who knows where, when the ship they were on was hit by a beam of some sort. The UFO was forced down by the military.
On the ground, the abductees were forcibly removed from the craft. The UFO and crew were then released to fly off into the night. An important part of this story is the device used by the military to bring down the alien ship. It was an electro-magnetic pulse cannon, supposedly brought down on a barge from somewhere up north by the Navy. The cannon is supposed to be anchored in gulf waters somewhere east of Pensacola. What need would the Navy have for a pulse cannon? To shoot down something that thus far, has been impervious to conventional weaponry?
I have some other things I want to cover for you, concerning possible alien-poltergeist connections, but it will have to wait for another time.
Lynn Taylor, Association for Aerial Anomaly Research and