Extremely interesting report of UFOs landing in front of witnesses in Argentina. Much about this is amazing of course, but I'm focusing here on the lack of response and interest by authorities. As with the Stephenville Lights and the Phoenix Lights, (for example) police and other agencies often have a strange disinterest in the weirdness of large, unexplained craft in their midst. The opening sentence of Barrera's article:
Strange, deep marks left on three wheat fields. Hundred of witnesses reported the event to the police, but law enforcement gave it little importance.
One police officer offered his opinion the strange marks left on the ground was not made by any UFO, but "wind."
The object seemed to affect cell phones and cars:
We saw the first lights with my son around 3 a.m. and tried to film them, but curiously, our cellphones stopped working, as though they had no batteries in them. . . Later, whatever landed on the field, the source of the flashes, took off and went away at an astonishing speed. Our cellphones worked normally after that," explained Martinez.
Another interesting characteristic of this sighting: the atypical reactions of animals. Often in UFO and related events, animals have strange reactions to the phenomena, hiding, barking incessantly, running away, etc.
Children and staff members from a school also saw the strange lights, and again, their cameras and cell phones didn't work:
My aunt," said Pedro, 13, "lives near the school and has a video device. The same thing happened to her. It didn't work, as though its batteries had run out."
The article mentions that the area has had a history of strange sightings for several years now.