Father William Gill and the Dancing Lights of Papua New-Guinea
In the remote village of Boianai on Papua New-Guinea, during the April and June of 1959, a series of extraordinary UFO sightings would go on to become one of the most celebrated cases for the study of such phenomena.
At the time, the islands were still under the control of Australia and many members from the Anglican Church were sent to carry out missionary work. One of these missionaries was a Father William Gill, who was a very well respected member of the community to which he was assigned.
Because of his religious belief, being a devoted church worker, Father William Gill was a UFO skeptic, but that would soon change when he would have a close encounter with not only a craft, but also with beings that he saw within it.