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posted on Nov, 27 2009 @ 02:37 AM
Hi everyone.
Andy from the uk here. 40 years old with wife and son (3) and one on the way.
Been in and out of the subject for years now. Started from when I was a kid in the early 70's when we had a really weird week when staying at a family members farm in wales. The next year Dad was filming a rainbow (holiday film time) on super 8 and when we watched it there was stuff flying around. I will ask him if he can root it out. Not seen it since late 70's. It may be nothing though. Seen plenty of stuff since. I live out in the countryside in Cornwall. Everything we have seen has been explained though and nothing as exciting as all those years ago in wales.
Been a lurker here on and off. I often plague the well know researchers for info. Tim Good must think I am a pain in the ass. It is harder now to give time to it all now I am a Dad. Great site you have. I love the no nonsense approach and the heavy filtering of bull# material.
Any questions you want to know about me just ask. I am just Joe Average that saw some stuff when he was a kid and it kind of stuck with me ever since.
Greets From South West UK

posted on Nov, 27 2009 @ 06:37 AM
hello there! how nice, someone from the west country.

i like it down there. it's like the opposite to my stinky molech...
do you still witness 'things' up in the sky? seems like kids are way more sensitive to it...
but you can find loads of crap and made up stuff about flying 'spots', so staying down to earth is the best approach...

keep your eyes open!


posted on Nov, 27 2009 @ 12:37 PM
hello and welcome hope you enjoy this site as much as i do

posted on Nov, 28 2009 @ 05:29 AM
Cheers guys.
Yeah still see stuff down here. Very clear skies where I live. Nothing really unexplainable though. My feet are firmly on the ground. Open minded but not gullable is a good way to be. The crap seems to be building up out of all proportions these days. Still some gems in there though. Back in the 70's and 80's, although still there, the hoaxers were not so large in numbers. I used to live a few yards from Chorley when I was a kid in Southampton (one of the guys that claimed to have made the early crop circles) He trained the school football team that my younger brother went to. Even then he was a bit of an oddball/attention seeker.
Thanks for the welcome. I never realised the site was quite so big!

posted on Nov, 28 2009 @ 06:24 AM

Looking forward to seeing you around the boards; this is the place to come for the best information available on just about everything.

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