today i will show you my favorite ufo sighting of all time
its amazing the number of witnesses that reported on ufology golden days robots in ufos the sckeptics will say that this is due to the science fiction
of the time believers will say that this is due to the aliens thecnology and pleople like me will say that this merits further study and that robots
dont mean just tecnology heres one of those reports:
From several ufological sources, more or less fragmentary, the case of Long Prairie, Minnesota, USA, on October 23, 1965, reportedly occurred as
"The witness was James "Jerry" F. Townsend, a 19 years old devout Christian and debutant radio host on KEYL of Long Prairie, and he was apparently
a resident of that town.
In that evening of October 23, 1965, he was driving in his model 1956 car, on Minnesota State Highway 27, from Little Falls to Long Prairie. He was 4
miles East of Long Prairie, going West, in the hilly landscape and had just looked at his watch and noted it was approximately 07:15 p.m.
At that moment he arrived in a curve in the road, he said, when he saw an upright rocket-like object, silver colored, metallic looking, about 30 or 40
feet high and about 10 feet in diameter, blocking on the road, resting on the tips of three legs or fins.
At that moment, his car engine stalled, the lights and radio went out, and he slammed on the brakes and the car skidded to a stop at only 20 feet in
front of the object.
His first thought was then to knock the object over with the car so he could have some evidence, but the engine was stalled. He tried to make it start
again, but the choke did not respond. So he got out of the car with the idea of trying to push the object over by hand.
He walked just past the level of the hood of the car, but did not go further, stopped short, fascinated by a quite stunning sight: he saw three small
"creatures" emerge from behind the object and line up at the front.
Those creatures were in the shape of beer cans. They measured 6 inches tall, were of dark or brownish color, and were "walking" awkwardly on two
"legs" or "fins". Whenever they stopped, a third "leg" came down from their back and provided stability. They looked like tin cans on tripods.
They also had three arms, "matchstick like".
Townsend saw no eyes, but he stood there staring at them and was convinced that they were watching him too. He did not want to approach more, and gave
up the idea of rocking the ship down as something quite risky. There was no sound, just dead silence, and it seemed like ages to him, although he
later evaluated the duration as some 3 minutes.
Eventually, the little creature went up into the bright, "colorless" light glowing out of the bottom of the "rocket", and possibly up into the
craft. A few seconds later, there was a loud hum, and the craft took off, reached a height he cautiously estimated as 400 meters up, where the light
on the bottom went out, while his car radio, headlights and engine started without him touching the starter.
He checked the ground where the craft had been, found no trace, and, his hearts pounding and his legs "like rubber", he drove fast to the Todd
County Sheriff's office, where he reported the events.
Townsend said the Sheriff checked the site and found no trace. However, some sort of trace was reported, maybe found at a later check in daylight.
From ufology sources, it appeared that Sheriff Bain and police officer Lavern Lubitz found three parallel strips of an oil-like substance, about four
inches apart and a yard long, on the surface of the road. Sheriff Bain told reporters later: "I don't know what they were, but I've looked at a lot
of roads and never saw anything like them before."
Ufologist Coral Lorenzen heard by phone that Townsend had a good reputation, was not a drinker, and that he had been visibly frightened when he
reported his experience. Reportedly, teachers and friends of Townsend were interrogated, and said he has a reputation for honesty.
The US Air Force Project Blue book listing suggests they investigated and concluded that the case was "psychological", but no trace of a file
appears. Astronomer J. Allen Hynek, who was a Blue Book consultant at the time, provided the text of a letter from the witness describing the events,
and says he had been interested but did not file an official investigation report. There was no radar detection of the object, he said, but it was
seen in many of other localities, one of the observers being the sheriff of the close city of Anoka.
Ufologists reported that other witnesses were found by the Sheriff's office, including hunters who apparently saw something luminous fly up possibly
from the same spot Townsend had been, other hunters mentioning a lighted object circling around and around over their farm."
another bizzare story that dont fit the alien hypothesys