Start out with Luis Elizondo driving in his car in San Diego, talking about the Tic Tac case. There may be a particular area, a “rally point” where some of these things are going. Need to get down to that site and figure out what it going on.
Short recap of 2004 Nimitz/Princeton/Tic Tac case.
Enter Sean Cahill, aka
@mintyhyperspace, who was a witness to the 2004 events related to the Tic Tic UFO. He served 20 years in the Navy and was the top security officer on the USS Princeton, which was part of the Carrier Strike Group lead by the USS Nimitz. “Cahill was responsible for law and order aboard the ship and running counter terrorism patrols at sea.”
Elizondo asks when exactly did it begin for Cahill in 2004? Sean says they were told Nimitz had something going on. They had something in their air space. They were getting calls on the bridge to run up on the bridge wing to see if they can see anything. They’d be given an angle and asked if they see anything. A few times they even turned the ship. He recalls saying, “What are we looking for?” And he thinks they were saying, ‘Ahh, the Nimitz has got some strange contacts.’ Cahill adds, “they obviously had something on the radar. They wanted us to see if we could put eyes on it. They didn’t tell us what we were looking for.”
He and one of his lookouts were on the bridge wing and looked up in the sky at a forty-five degree angle. They saw a constellation of lights. They changed position. Some moved inward towards the center. Some moved outward. But all rotating. As it rotated, some of the lights disappeared. And then they were gone. No trail. No effect. There was a light there and then there was no longer a light there. Clear night. Stars were not being occluded by clouds.
“That’s was when I got – as I get the goose bumps right now – I got really interested in what was going on. What the hell is this?”
If Princeton had it on the radar, why isn’t this on the news every night, that something we don’t understand is present in our atmosphere, coming and going as it pleases with absolute impunity over our military?
Following morning at breakfast, he spoke to Kevin Day and another Chief Petty Officer who was a radar operator. The Chief told Cahill to go look at his email and there was the FLIR video of the Tic Tac. Narrator says Cahill and Day saw a longer version of the infamous Tic Tac video that next morning. (Kevin Day has no recollection of seeing a longer video. He says he saw the same video that’s been made public. ~Joe)
Cahill said that every night they would have an operations and intelligence briefing. He thought they might learn something about what happened. A flying saucer with a little green alien flies across the computer screen and the room erupts in laughter. Captain says we all had a little bit of fun and I guess you guys were chasing something around. That’s over now. Let’s get on with the briefing.
Elizondo suggests that ridicule is a good way of keeping somebody quiet and that’s what may have been going on there. Cahill says that nobody raised an eyebrow and it didn’t seem like anybody even cared. They weren’t told not to talk about it. That seemed to Cahill as a way to delegitimize the experience.
“I got to a point where I pretended like it didn’t happen. Someone tells you something you encountered is not real and that you’re crazy. And you got nowhere to go.
“Finally after fifteen years of carrying this secret around, somebody was paying attention. It was real and other people experienced it, too. And he wasn’t going crazy.
Elizondo and Cahill head to the location where the Tic Tacs may have gone once they left the radar. In Episode 3, we learned that Kevin Day provided the latitude and longitude.
Now in Baja California, Mexico. The coordinates Day provided lead to Guadalupe, a small island. Have these kinds of sightings/encounters continued over the years?
Elizondo couldn’t interview civilian witnesses when he was in AATIP because he had to keep it secret. He says his frustration while in AATIP was that he could only focus on military individuals.
Cahill: “This is the first time you’ve been able to not hide.”
Cahill: “I hate to put it that way but you don’t have to hide behind anything. You can ask the questions now.”
Elizondo: “If you have people that are both have trained observers and untrained observers telling you the same thing, there’s a really good possibility that they are both describing a similar event.”
They team up with a Mexican journalist, Jorde Lebrija who says he’s heard stories of unexplained sightings in Baja, California over the years. Lebrija introduces the guys to a commercial pilot, Adrian Ojeda, who makes his living spotting bluefin tuna for fishermen between the Baja coast and Guadalupe.
Ojeda, who has been flying over these water for eighteen years, says he doesn’t tell many people this story because they’ll think he’s crazy.
Saw a UFO on January 30th, 2015, 23 miles south of Ensenada around 3pm and just 20 miles northeast of where the Nimitz F/A-18 pilots encountered the Tic Tac UFO in 2004.
First it looked like a ball but as he got closer he said it looked more oval.
He made his hands into the shape of what he saw and it was similar to a Tic Tac. No windows or wings. It was smooth and clean and moved erratic. Unlike any airplane he’s ever seen and he sees the F/A-18s training not far from where he flies. Believes the object reacted to his presence. It was ten miles away. And once he put his lights on, it took three seconds for the object to fly past him at an estimated 12,000 mph. It’s noted that this is similar to how the Tic Tac UFO shot off as F/A-18 pilot David Fravor was chasing it.
Baja, California, peninsula is known across Mexico as a UFO hotspot. Various clips of UFOs in that area are shown.