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It was sheer madness in Dublin, Texas on Saturday.
A team of MUFON investigators met with approximately 40 witnesses amid the circus that was the hottest thing to hit Dublin, Texas since they opened the oldest Dr. Pepper Bottling Plant in the world in 1891. (They still use the original formula)
Our team consists of:
* Ken Cherry - Texas State Director
* Robert Powell - Director of Research, Field Investigator (FI)
* David Keel - State Section Director (SSD), FI
* Mike DeGroff - SSD, FI
* Steve Hudgeons - Assistant State Director (ASD), Sr. FI
* James Shatley - ASD
* Myself - FI
* Gary Neitzel - FI
* Paula Schermerhorn - FI
(Gary Neitzel was unable to go to Dublin but will be employed on subsequent interviews)
I rode down to Dublin with ASD James Shatley. We could tell we were approaching Stephenville with the myriad of business marquees saying things like "Aliens Welcome" and "ET prefers Purple Tacos", We saw no such signs in Dublin but I'm sure they were there.
We arrived shortly before noon and it seemed relatively quiet. The meeting was hosted by the local Rotary Club who graciously offered their hall for our use.
My witness' reports consisted of a Black Triangle, Neon Green Orbs, repeating orange explosions and one CE3 in the witness' bedroom.
Originally posted by goosdawg
1) What's a CE3?
2) What are your thoughts concerning "Project Blue Beam?"
Thanks for the update!
Can't wait for the April issue of The MUFON UFO Journal!
Originally posted by Wild_Eyed_Southern_Boy
Has anyone already pointed out that Stephenville, TX is only about 80 miles southwest of a widely reported "Mystery Airship of 1897" that crashed in Aurora
Originally posted by Myrtales Instinct
It's also the same basic flight path, our Shuttles use during re-entry. Pieces of Columbia fell in Palestine Texas.
Think about it. This craft was reportedly going 3000 mph. For every minute that goes by during re-entry, the shuttle slows down about a 1000 mph. At least that is my understanding on the matter - I may be wrong.
But if this craft is the U.S.'s, at the speed is was going, where would it have been landing?
[edit on 22-1-2008 by Myrtales Instinct]
Originally posted by TeslaandLyne
Who would make such a craft.
General Dynamics of Ft Worth, Texas might be a place to
Originally posted by TXRabbit
reply to post by TeslaandLyne
Oh I definitely think there's been some testing in Texas over the past few decades.
The entire Cash/Landrum (sp) incident is probably the most interesting case of all encounters to me and my belief is that it was an entirely terrestrial event (our technology). The area around Dublin/Stephanville is fairly desolate.