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A researcher has revealed documents that show Brazil Police may have encountered a UFO back in 2008 with several eyewitness accounts of the same phenomenon.
The document translated and released by an unidentified aerial phenomena researcher named Rony Vernet contains details of events that transpired on November 11, 2008, which invoked military investigations.
These documents which belong to Brazil police describe military personnel as being full of "enthusiasm, despair, and surprise".
The first claim said a woman named Ms. Renata Veloso saw an object descend at high speed from the sky like a lightning bolt shortly before a Portugal vs Brazil football match on November 19, 2008.
It reads: "I walked to the window and saw a huge luminous object (hexagon) accompanied by two other smaller spherical ones that rotated under its orbit."
"From the window of my apartment I commanded the action of the Military, and when they saw the object, they began to scream in a situation of enthusiasm, despair, and surprise," it adds.
Further, into the document, the reporting officers describe seeing "humanoid creatures" disappearing into the fields.
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It reads: "On November 19 and 20 we had an experience, together with several other Military personnel and people we met and interviewed about lights that flew over the city, and also about small "humanoid" beings that were chased by the Mitsubishi 13533 vehicle around 12 mph between the planted canes.
"These seen humanoids seemed to slip through the reeds. In all the actions of this Officer, several armed Military personnel followed the phenomenon at different times, in one of these moments, we were in 03 vehicles."
Moments after the encounter, authorities report that the area had a power cut.
But they claimed to see luminous creatures in the reeds the next day – following the disappearance of three UFOs.
The document which is now public on Twitter is backed up by statements from 10 responding officers – however, the "creatures" have not been conclusively identified.
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