I have a logical question for those here who might remember seeing the photo.
(by the way it's strange that I only think about this now, anyway)
And sorry if I overexplain myself but it's just in case, my english being not perfect.
Was the photo you remember just the one of an unusually big eagle or something ?
Because if so, then it's a rather different thing than what the original article
(which you can read about at www.strangemag.com...
was saying -they wrote about a "winged monster"-, and so the later magazines who then quoted it.
Or was the photo you remember really the one of an out of this world being ?
If this is the case, then don't you think it's strange that you didn't react, at that time, in an appropriate manner (like, I don't know, showing it,
discussing it with everyone, finding strange that it's not shown on tv, etc) ?
I mean, and I exaggerate just to be clear: if for example I see an old photo of a really crazy thing, let's say of a few cowboys with an
extraterrestrial, watching the camera and shaking hands with champagne, I wouldn't just think "hey that's quite something" and then reput the mag back
and forget about it for years, right ? Because this seems to be the case of all the people who remember the photo.
Does this mean that the photo was not so crazy, and just a rare flying specimen or something, very big but not big enough to be talked about with
everyone the same day ?
edit on 25-7-2011 by vicvic2 because: grammar mistake