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At least one civilian and three uniformed law enforcement officers reported seeing an unidentified flying object north of Greenville Saturday night.
Similar sightings were also reported near The Colony in Denton County, according to Hunt County Sheriff Randy Meeks.
Meeks said his office received the first call about the object at around 9:20 p.m. Saturday, from a woman who lives along Farm-To-Market Road 2358 near Webb Hill Country Club.
“She said it was hovering above her house,” Meeks said. “It was real bright, then it went dim, then it went bright again. Then it moved away. It was moving from that area toward Dallas.”
Originally posted by TheStev
Unveiling of the veil? I can't figure out if that's self-contradictory or redundant!
I know what you mean though, I believe something big is on the way. I doubt very much it's going to be a revelation of the truth. Personally, I don't really care. I know these people won't give us the truth unless they have another choice, but as long as they admit the existence of extraterrestrial intelligences that will be enough for me.
Originally posted by Lightworth
Everything that happened in Stephenville-Dublin except the large rectangular craft (witnessed primarily by Rick Sorrells due to it repeatedly hovering over his property) could, at least conceivably, be a hoax. Perhaps that craft that was captured on radar (and studied by MUFON) wasn't expected. My theory, that I admit could be wrong, is:
Many people especially in more rural areas are more xenophobic, religious or religiously-influenced, ultraconservative types who would be more likely to spread disinfo about nonhumans; possibly in preparation of an alien false flag op. It's the old superstitious mentality of lying in order to "ward off the evil spirits."
I'm most often (though not always) disinclined to believe stories where the witnesses aren't very demonstrably gung ho about testifying in court AND taking a polygraph concerning their accounts. News of that magnitude should ignite enough of a fire in the belly... I'm not outright saying the Stephenville and now Hunt County stories are hoaxes.
[edit on 11-3-2009 by Lightworth]