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On June 24, 1947, Idaho pilot Ken Arnold spotted a group of unidentified flying objects over Mt. Rainier, Wash., sparking worldwide speculation of government cover-ups and fear of extraterrestrial invasion. To mark the occasion of this first reported UFO sighting, June 24 is known as World UFO Day.
Originally posted by whaaa
UFO day sounds a lot more fun. Let's have a celebration! Who like's Pie and tequila? Prizes for the most creative.....whatever...
Step 1 Invite friends and family to get together to watch the sky. The purpose of UFO Day is to organize a worldwide UFO watch, keeping millions of eyes on the sky on the same night. Familiarize yourself with the night sky beforehand, so you'll know what to look for.
Step 2 Make t-shirts for your guests that say "I Want to Believe."
Step 3 Put neon green chem lights in the punch bowl and tell everyone it's alien juice. Use a clear (not red) punch recipe.
Step 4 Launch helium balloons with messages of peace for aliens in a symbolic gesture of friendship. Attach your thoughts on extraterrestrials and the cosmos in general.
Step 5 Honor the memory of Carl Sagan by buying and watching the movie "Contact."