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A half-century before Roswell, Texans were talking about the silver "airship" that supposedly crashed into a windmill in 1897 and whether the pilot inside might have been a Martian.
A crew from the History Channel show UFO Hunters will try to dig up at least half of the real story this weekend.
On Saturday, workers were scheduled to unseal a long-covered water well where the windmill’s owner supposedly dumped crash debris. On Monday, crews plan to use radar imaging to examine the pilot’s Aurora Cemetery grave.
International interest in little green men was sparked after it was reported earlier this month that a police helicopter had almost been involved in a collision with a flying saucer while waiting for landing clearance at the Ministry of Defence’s base in St Athan, Vale of Glamorgan.
The alleged incident saw the whole of Wales gripped by extraterrestrial excitement, prompting the phone lines in the office of Media Wales to jam as floods of readers rang in to tell of similar experiences with strange sights in our skies.
Now hit American investigative show UFO Hunters is looking for people who may have witnessed the events on or around June 8 to take part in a programme for its next series, due to begin filming in August.
Originally posted by 38181
Great news, I wonder how they got permision to investigate the grave site, from what I have read the owners barred everyone from investigating that area(s).