Men in Black Investigation
The writers over at Zesty Things recently took a deeper look at the Men in Black phenomena, gathering together a collection of sightings. Here is a snippet of the story:
Men in Black Investigation UFO Sighting Over Niagara Falls – Is It Real?
For many people, the infamous Men In Black were created for the 1997 Oscar winning movie of the same name. The reality is that the idea of a secret government organization called Men In Black has been around since the 1950’s. Although many of the sightings & photos of the MIB can be dismissed as normal people who happen to be wearing black suits, the context in which these sightings and interactions occur are sometimes compelling. The article that follows is a good example of one such instance in which the Men In Black potentially were captured on film while investigating a UFO sighting that happened at Niagara Falls in 2009. These men were captured on the Sheraton Hotel security footage (see bottom of article for video).
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Video still image of alleged MIB entering hotel lobby
Now there is not a lot of information on these creepy operatives who seem to appear shortly after a UFO sighting is reported, but a handful of photographs have appeared in the past. All reports are similar, stating that very tall strange men appear, usually in pairs, wearing identical black suits with white shirts and socks, hats and sunglasses. They arrive in black cars and claim that they are government agents. Sometimes they will call the reporter before appearing- asking if they can come ask a few questions about the sighting. Once they arrive, the harassment begins and ultimately a threat is made to not speak about what was seen. Many reports state that the two men seem to be other worldy, possibly even twins. One witness, Dr. Herbert Hopkins, further described the visitors as follows:
"This character was as bald as an egg. He didn't even have eyebrows or eyelashes. It looked like he had smooth, plastic skin -- like a doll except that it was a dead-white color," Hopkins said. "His lips were a brilliant ruby red, and he spoke in an expressionless, monotone, scanning speech. He constructed no phrases and sentences -- just a sequence of words evenly spaced. His voice was completely passive with no inflection or intonation, as if you were hearing it from a machine that could talk."
Here is a short documentary on the Men In Black: