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The photo case is controversial but no big secret. It got publicity at the time and was even covered on one of the current affairs TV shows at the time. The RAAF, Duggin & Turner, VUFORS, and others separately investigated it. It is controversial - 3 polaroids taken one of which the UFO image is "accidentally" burnt by the witness. Duggin at the time thought is was probably not a hoax...
Originally posted by InfaRedMan
Update: 05th July 1969
A larger version can be found in my media account here:
I guess if I had one enduring question I could pose to the hoaxers, it would be "Why?".
At the height of UFO hysteria then sweeping the nation, two young barbers and a butcher took a dead monkey in 1953, lopped off its tail and applied a liberal dose of hair remover and some green coloring to the carcass. Then they left the primate on an isolated road north of Atlanta in the pre-dawn hours of July 8, 1953, burning a circle into the pavement with a blowtorch before a police officer came around the curve in his patrol car.