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xoxoxoBruce Tuesday Mar 1 11:57 PM
Mar 2nd, 2016: UFO
To all you nay-sayers, here's the smoking gun.
Ok it's not exactly smoking, as it's been holstered for awhile, since 1967 to be approximate.
But he found it and here it is... You're Welcome.
However, in some cases, despite a lack of clear details of the purported craft in question, visual elements in some UFO photos still may help researchers by providing clues about the behavior of the objects they claim to document. Such was the case with a particularly unusual photo shared with me recently, taken on September 23, 1967, which appeared in one of the classic Aerial Phenomena Research Organization (APRO) Bulletin, provided to members of the group for a number of years by the husband-wife team of Jim and Coral Lorenzen.
The photograph came to my attention under rather unusual circumstances. I had been reviewing a number of the old APRO Bulletins, which have been made available online by the folks at OpenMinds here, having been obtained with the private collection of UFO researcher Lt. Colonel (USAF Ret.) Wendelle C. Stevens. Having shared them with a colleague, he recalled having seen “one image in a bulletin that I always thought the neatest and most thought provoking UFO picture I had ever seen (and still do).” Upon receiving the OpenMinds link to the old Bulletins, my friend had recalled the photo from a number of years back, but was unable to recall the date of the Bulletin in which it appeared.
There's lots more information here and at the previous two links.
Leus Wednesday Mar 2 07:20 AM
I don't get it.
xoxoxoBruce Wednesday Mar 2 08:58 AM
You've never seen a UFO, Leus?
Gravdigr Wednesday Mar 2 02:54 PM
xoxoxoBruce Wednesday Mar 2 07:35 PM
Obviously, photoshop wasn't invented until 1988.
xoxoxoBruce Thursday Mar 3 12:58 AM
Here's one in Minnesota.
Carruthers Thursday Mar 3 05:21 AM
UFO crash lands at Aylesbury school.
Never mind dodgy videos and fake photographs, here's the real thing.
That's from this week's edition of our noted local journal of record, the Bucks Herald.
Pupils at Bierton Combined School had an unusual start to their week when they arrived at school on Monday morning and found an alien spaceship had crash-landed on their school field.
Police and fire officers attended to investigate the scene but the source of the spaceship has not yet been discovered.
Assistant headteacher Hannah Brunning said: “There has been an incredible buzz around the school.
“The children have been doing pieces of writing about it and they really have been inspired by it.”
The children have their own theories on what happened with one saying: “I thought some naughty aliens had accidentally crashed into our school field.
“They’ve been wandering around our school and left footprints.”
xoxoxoBruce Thursday Mar 3 09:05 AM
Aw, it's only a baby.. so cute.
HitTheLake Thursday Mar 3 09:56 AM
Interestingly, that's the county I live in. And with a population of 0.8 people per square mile, I was thinking maybe I'd recognize the voice. And yes, about 1/3 of the people around here have an accent JUST LIKE THAT. Heh.
Originally Posted by xoxoxoBruce
Here's one in Minnesota.
To me, it looked like the moon behind a bunch of swinging tree branches, but now I'm curious enough to look up to see if it had ever been analyzed.
xoxoxoBruce Sunday Mar 6 12:10 AM
At one time China was very insular, like North Korea is today. There have been rumors of alien contact, considerable damage,
even whole buildings disappearing, but information is only starting to filter out.
xoxoxoBruce Friday Mar 11 02:25 AM
You'll be happy to know the CIA have opened their UFO files for your orgasmic pleasure.
Your reply here?
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