A series of UFO sightings in Gulf Breeze, Florida that have taken place since 1987, but the most concentrated period of sightings was between November 1987 and May 1988 and were centered around Ed and Frances Walters. During this period, Ed claims that aliens have attempted to abduct both him and his wife using a blue ray, but failed. He also claims that he knew when another encounter with a UFO was imminent because he would feel a humming noise in his head. When he got this humming noise, he would rush out with his camera and would take a picture of the UFO, which would be waiting for him in the sky. The Walters took a total of forty photos with various cameras over that period and all of them were evaluated by various scientists and were proved that they were not faked. The most impressive photos included a blue ray that was used to transport people to and from the UFOs, a UFO photographed that was partially obscured by a tree (very hard to fake) and also the same UFO hovering above a highway with a reflection on the road of the bright light on the underside of the UFO.
The controversy on the authenticity however still rages: whereas Dr. Bruce Maccabee, a respected expert on the matter, concludes they are authentic, it was reported that a new of the former home of the Walters has found a "model" of UFO made out of paperboard in the attic. Some see in this the proof that the photographs are hoaxed, others say that it is not a model of UFO but a model of a monument by an architect, finally, many think that the object has been put there purposely to discredit Ed Walters. A young man was also introduced by his father; he claimed he helped Ed Walters in faking the photographs, however he quite failed to convince when he was not aware of the particulars of the photographs he first claimed he helped to fake.
When you read here or there that "the Gulf Breeze photographs are faked," or this sort of things, do not believe it on word. If one refers to the material presented by Ed Walters, one must note after of having really taken knowledge of the case and having challenged it, that these data suggest that Gulf Breeze was really visited by interplanetary visitors, not only once, but many times. At any given time, new arguments may be found to cast doubt on this; however so far debunking arguments have either poorly done or based on highly suspicious material.