It does seem sightings are picking up in that area. Missouri and Northern Arkansas were having regular sightings long before Roswell, and I even saw
something myself on a visit to MIssouri earlier this year. I posted this thread just
after seeing something amazing.
There is a vast amount of caves and mineral deposits in the area that are fairly unique in nature.
The Missouri Mystery Mound is not too far from this area,
and there are also stories of an underground race living just across the border in Arkansas, and there are stories of ancient gold hidden from the
Lots of mystery and lore in this part of Missouri, maybe there's a reason for it all!
Whether or not you believe in UFO's...This is a nice example of the media making the report less serious. Putting a silly spin on it.
These people seen something. When they reported it, the news came, did a thing or two...and put sci fi music over half of the report! I don't know
too many reports (not sports related) that have music scores in the background.
When my wife watched the report...she rolled her eyes. I asked her why? She commented that even the news reporter didn't take it seriously, so why
Nice example of media manipulation. Whatever the lights were.
edit on 12-8-2012 by Demoncreeper because: (no reason given)
Unlikely as Project Blue Beam is a fantasy with no basis in fact , what it could be is an LED lit kite or RC aircraft but given as we don't have any
video of this UFO that's supposedly turned up twice in a week its impossible to tell .
Well, there were dozens of witnesses and NOBODY had a mobile phone with them, to make photos or film the event. How convenient. This is 2012 - most of
folks nowadays, have mobiles. At least one person out of dozens! I am not saying that the story is fake, it is just seems a bit strange that in our
modern time, when something seemingly interesting happens - nobody has mobile phone handy!
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