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Originally posted by badBERTHA
Hey maybe for a bit of fun we could have a 'Put em in the stocks' forum where we can throw virtual tomatoes at ATS'rs avatars who deserve a bit of fruiting.. I'm sure it wouldn't take too much flash expertise to create and might be an amusing diversion from the gloom and doom - it might also teach a wee lesson to those who shout SHILL with their eyes closed and their fingers in their ears
Martin has retracted his statement. "I came forward to put this to rest, but I hoaxed that I actually created the hoax", he said. "Something did happen that night. Whether the video is fake or not the photos look convincing. Having your name out there is fun at times, but no more." Martin is retracting, saying he was told to keep quiet by an unknown visitor to his residence on Tuesday afternoon and that he no longer wanted to be included in the UFO sighting over Western Canada. Steven Murray contacted TheWeatherSpace after Martin had come forward. "Martin is lying about it. Someone came to me on Sunday and told me to keep quiet about it. I cannot answer much about what I saw but something over Western Canada cannot be denied." Murray has been asked not to be contacted by TheWeatherSpace.com about the matter, in order to protect him and his family. Whatever buzzed Western Canada on the evening of May 21, 2010 may never be solved, however the truth is out there.
"I came forward to put this to rest, but I hoaxed that I actually created the hoax", he said.
Originally posted by Arbitrageur
Western Canada Spiral UFO 2010 100% proof.
If that one is a fake too, apparently it's fooling more people, because it's not obvious that it's a fake. It looks much more real than the obvious fake.
An unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile on an experimental flight lit up the Las Vegas Valley's western sky Thursday night. Concerned Las Vegas residents lit up the Metro Police switchboard with calls of a strange light in the sky as a white cone-shaped cloud formed over the Spring Mountains. The contrail zig-zagged over the horizon and mixed with the fading light to create an eerie glow.