: New Zealand UFO sites, UFO homepages, UFO reports New Zealand UFOs.
: There have been many UFO documentaries on New Zealand Television. OZ encounters about UFOs was on Australian TV. Most of the UFOs reported in New Zealand are all different from other sightings. UFO homepages and UFO websites in New Zealand are rare. Although we have managed to find several UFO sites and UFO links in New Zealand. 'UFOs New Zealand' is a very good UFO website. It's a UFO homepage, UFO website, UFO portal, UFO archive, with UFO forums, UFO message boards, and a New Zealand UFO guestbook for New Zealanders. If you see any UFOs in NZ or take some UFO photos around New Zealand, please post a message in our NZ UFO forum. We can give you some email addresses or setup the photo uploads feature on the UFO forum.
: UFO books and an online UFO book shop, New Zealand.
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: New Zealand - "Alien Investigations" - TV3 - Chris Templer works as a guide at the Waitomo Caves. He is also a UFO investigator. Several years ago, while walking along the sandhills at Kawhia, Chris says he was confronted by two aliens, who then communicated with him. They gave him a series of co-ordinates, which, when plotted on a map, pointed towards Kawhia.
: Once a sceptic, "the last thing that I was expecting to see was a couple of damned aliens". Chris now believes that aliens travel up and down the country on a series of "spiritual energy track lines" - - lines that converge at places such as Kawhia, hence the number of sightings in that area. Chris calls Kawhia a "UFO hotspot" and just last year a local family captured a light show on videotape which would appear to fall into that unidentifiable 10 per cent.
: One of the most famous UFO sightings was recorded over Kaikoura in 1978. Known as the Kaikoura Lights, Air Force Warrant Officer Ian Uffindel, describes seeing three lights, one large and two small, the latter positioned on either side of the larger object and an equal distance apart. Uffindel thinks that the lights were a search party, based on a reported sighting and subsequent disappearance over Port Underwood, two nights earlier.
: Uffindel watched the lights for more than an hour and says that every now and then the smaller lights would send out a beam at roughly a 45-degree angle. Could they have been searchlights?
: The encounter was even closer for the crew of an Argosy freight plane -- the lights tracked the craft and, according to John Cordy of Wellington Air Traffic Control, "the atmosphere was so exciting (that) if the Argosy had said, `this thing's big, it's metallic, it's just opened a door and we're going in', we'd have just said `fine'." Public interest was such that the Government ordered an inquiry but its findings were less than conclusive.
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