To the OP. Write down now as much as you can remember about your experience and date the paper. Simply telling people about your experience is not
worth any $. I don't think Betty and Barney Hill, or Travis Walton made any money. An exception would be Whitley Strieber, but he is a talented
You could turn your encounter into part of a fictionalized story about ET in general.
It is quite apparent that you're having a bit of fun with this "encounter" of yours. There's nothing like a compelling sketch of E.T. and a photo
of a piece of fried chicken skin to start tails wagging around here.
I'm looking forward to see how long you intend to carry on this little farce. It makes for good entertainment.
First I think you will make a mistake by calling around. A suggestion to you:
If I had this I would U2U Springer or SO and ask for suggestions or if they have any connections to peeps that would look into this. Keep it to the
site you bought it to.
I would never give the entire piece away.
Get pictures of the windowsill and mark area you took this from, get pictures of room to window and looking out window.
I suggest you go out and have a look around where this "being" landed to see if you can locate anything, take a magnifying glass.
If possible monitor the area. Keep journal add time date weather conditions anything and everything you never know something might tick later and
write down anything sound check you carpet/flooring and so on. Fingerprints/footprints.............
Yes, that seems to be a good idea. I thought I would take a different avenue towards getting this speciman looked at. With all the investigations
into ufo's and aliens throughout the past 50 years, where have we gotten in the public forum. Not really anywhere. We will see where it goes, but
wherever it goes, I will be keeping 1 small piece for myself.
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