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CASUALTY FROM FLYING SAUCER
Rome, Today: Arnaldo Capelli, of Sesto Sangiovanni, near Milan, is believed to be the world's first fatal casualty of 'flying saucers'.
He looked up when a group of people pointed skywards— and a lorry ran over him.
originally posted by: Thecakeisalie
a reply to: gallop
I heard that the term flying saucers comes from the queen Elizabeth the second, who in anger threw her saucer into a lake because her corgis ate her doilies and pinched her tea and scones.
But In reality the term flying saucer was created by the press, in a press interview Arnold merely said they looked like saucers skipping on water and the press ran with it.
Another case of Mandela syndrome, like people believing that Dubstep is actually music.