The Journal of Hispanic Ufology
April 10th 2012
Source: El Tribuno Digital
Date: 10 April 2012
Argentina: VISION OVNI Looks Into Strange Pujato Ground Traces
A cornfield that appeared to display strange marks caused astonishment to many citizens of the town of Pujato (Santa Fe Province). The event prompted a visit from member of Visión Ovni, the Victoria-based group devoted to the study of unidentified flying objects.
On 5 April, cornstalks standing 2 meters tall were found flattened in the same direction in the middle of a lot. The field is some 2 kilometers distant from Route 33 and the marks were found by Rubén Marelli, the owner, who presented a complaint on the following day.
Visión Ovni’s science team, consisting of Elías Kolev and Andrea Pérez Simondini, among others, studied the phenomenon. During a field survey, they found a trail measuring 2.10 meters wide and nearly 600 meters long, which presents side trails that open and mark a sort of figure eight, doubling back on themselves.
The ground print begins the moment that the rural gate is traversed, and ends 10 meters from the rural gate on the opposite side of the field.
“We were able to find strange prints within the field, presenting a sort of “drag-mark” measuring 10 centimeters by 40 long, ending abruptly in a sort of nest made of sticks, with some very interesting perforations on the ground,” noted the research team.
Researchers are gathering evidence and eyewitness accounts. “We have a lot of material. We hope to gather more information about the event in upcoming hours,” noted Andrea Simondini.
[NOTE: El Tribuno gives the landowner’s name as “Rubén Marelli”, while other media outlets dub him “Raúl Marelli”]
(Translation (c) 2012, S. Corrales, IHU. Special thanks to Guillermo Gimenez, Planeta UFO)
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