Only human skeptics will be probed..
- Nov 25, 2013
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To me, suspiciously reminiscent of:This is a great UFO pic taken a while back in Scotland..
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I see what you mean! The perimeter lights remind me of the Lubbock Lights and I think, likely have the same purpose, concerned with propulsion.To me, suspiciously reminiscent of:
You bet! Right in the middle of the wave that really started right after WWII and peaked in the '50s. It's amazing how many objects were seen in Australia and still are. TROVE database is full of them; they seem to have been coming out of the ocean, as they often do.Wouldn't that be right at the beginning of the great ufo flap of the fifties ?
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"AUSTRIAN UFO Unidentified Flying Object was photographed by a news cameraman In Leibnitz, Austria, in March. C. W. Fitch, UFO Investigator in Cleveland, Ohio, received this photo direct from "Montag," Vienna newspaper which printed it. The photographer said he saw a shining light far ahead as he rode a motorcycle through the countryside at 1 a. m. He thought it was a falling star. But it remained motionless over the road. He felt heat from it as he snapped the picture from a distance of 50 feet. After six to seven seconds it flew off. "
Excitement became so acute in the neighborhood that men thought of shooting at the strange visitor with rifles.
Very American indeed, sadly.. When we run out of UFOs to shoot at, we HAVE to shoot at something! Just see the daily shootings everywhere in America! Pathetic. But when you and your cat can go buy an assault rifle with no background checks in half an hour, that's what apparently happens. I was horrified at the number of times people were shooting at UFOs in the past, a really bad idea..Excitement became so acute in the neighborhood that men thought of shooting at the strange visitor with rifles.
A long-standing tradition with American men, no doubt: If it looks strange, SHOOT IT!
Ummm... Good luck with that!Each time the "thing" seemed to move in on us, as though exploring the various automobile lights and flashlights trained on the repair job, the two little girls would cover their ears and throw themselves at their mother's feet, sobbing, while I tried to assure both the mother and the girls that there was bound to be a logical explanation