The nearest thing that I can determine is that it's on the outside of the building. You'll note the window frame. Beyond that I don't know. I'm
guessing either a prop or someones home brew attempt at a flying saucer. The tail looks just a bit non aerodynamic to me. Also judging from what I
can tell the main body seems to be some sort of lifting body design. Beyond that I have no idea. Interesting design though.
This is an old failed attempt at making a flying saucer. Some say that these were made to show a public vew of secret military projects allowing them
to work on the real secret projects undetected while the public was misdirected to these failed attempts.
The following are links that have to deal with Project Silver Bug
It looks like one of those Avacar flying disks that were made under a joint US-Canadian Airforce project from the 50's and early 60's. This was
certainly behind at least some of the reported UFO sightings from the 50's on. Later in the project that developed these "flying disks", the US
Airforce pulled out of the project, leaving the Canadian Airforce to plug on by itself for a while.
I made a mistake with the name used above in my previous post to this thread. It was made by AVRO, a Canadian Company that received funding for it
from both the US and Canadian Airforces under a joint project. Sorry about the mix up on my part.
It's an alien craft that just landed in Italy and is looking for a place to hide so that the occupants can do some abducting of cattle to mutilate
and humans to warp their minds. The capabilities they possess are far and wide they can do anything you can imagine!!! so they're not here to destroy
us, so why are they here? maybe to check Italy out and eat cattle. We'll never really know their purpose. There's no need for them to be here. Maybe
they're just curious about these being's that bomb the heck out of each other. Who knows?
Or this from the U.S. (scroll down to the bottom of the page for the disk-shaped aircraft from the 1960s -- the text next to the photo describe the
avrocar, which is NOT the aircraft in the photo): greyfalcon.us...
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