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Smorgasboard of UFO/Alien stuff I didn't use, but which you might enjoy

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posted on Oct, 10 2003 @ 01:27 AM
I’ll be out of town for the weekend (beginning tonight) and so will not be able to see the results of my debate with Stumpy (which I encourage you all to read) until I get back. I’ll also miss some of your reaction to the debate.

To cut to the chase, I had more links/pictures that I wanted to use in the debate, but, because we are only able to present one picture or link per post, I wasn’t able to use most of them. However, I thought they would interest the community, and so am placing (some of) my unused research here for you all to look at. This is not an attempt to debate outside of the debate limits... and I won’t be adding argument/discussion to what I present… It’s just an “I won’t be here for three days, so I hope you enjoy this interesting stuff” post.

There are no rules against this type of post, but if a judge/mod thinks I'm crossing the line just make this post dissapear for a day or two. As the debate is over (though voting isn't) I don't think it's unfair. I just want to start an interesting thread before I leave for three days.

on’t read more if you are a judge who has yet to cast their ballot, or you are just a member who hasn’t voted in the straw poll yet)

First off, the front page of the Washington Post two days after the July 26, 1952 mass UFO sightings (yes, I know the website looks funny, but I checked and this is what the Post printed on that day):

An article by LOOK magazine about the Washington sightings:

A photo of the same, but with a close-up on the UFOs. I used the wider shot because I liked the dramatic effect of the Capitol building (plus it put a fixed location on the sightings). To me, these are obviously discs or the ‘crescents’ that were so commonly reported back then:

(damn, I deleted the link to the magnified shots, so I’ll have to re-find that. For now, just enjoy these other Wash1952 shots)

The Trent photos, which have yet to be debunked via photoanalysis (though I wouldn’t wager on them):

A photo from the ‘Lubbock lights’ incident:

(BTW: I first went to a magazine called ‘Lubbock magazine’ to find this shot online. Unfortunately, it was a very gross porno mag ((horses were involved)) so don’t go to it if it comes up in a search ((unless you’re into that)))

FAST WALKER, an anomalous object tracked by early warning satellites that entered the Earth’s atmosphere and then left it (this is a short article, but you can look for more):

Though I DID NOT use Roswell as part of my argument, I still believe that some parts of its story are true. Here are some links that talk about recent efforts to read the telegram General Ramey is holding (in a photo) the day after the Roswell case became public:

A paper by Stanton Friedman that argues for UFOs:

The JFK memo wherein he asks if ‘unknowns’ might mess with Apollo missions. Though this comes from a website that presents the unreliable ‘majestic’ documents, this memo is a legitimate doc acquired via FOIA by a researcher who didn’t work for this site:

Links to various UFO organizations:

[Edited on 10-10-2003 by onlyinmydreams]

[Edited on 10-10-2003 by onlyinmydreams]

posted on Oct, 10 2003 @ 01:53 AM
great stuff indeed,

but you don't have to argue with me to make me believe in ufo's because I have seen them myself.

keep fighting against ignorance and wishful thinking man.

posted on Oct, 10 2003 @ 08:18 AM
nice one onlyinmydreams lots of good links there and the infamous washington sightings aswell

posted on Oct, 10 2003 @ 01:49 PM
Nice links. That one about the general's note seems far fetched to me though.

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