- Apr 29, 2017
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- On The Way Home To Earth
Ohio State Troopers found a depressed area and lacking a geiger detector, got one from the Pennsylvania State Troopers and found traces of radioactivity at the site. Of course that may have just been a story someone made up.
Yes, radiation, nothing grows there for years afterwards, and those few having gotten real close always report the feeling of some sort of electric field. Terminal skeptics want a dead alien or a ray-gun that disintegrates otherwise won't even cogitate the possibility of their existance while quoting probabilities, but it is exactly BECAUSE of statistics that I seriously consider them! I mean, what are the odds of millions of independent people over centuries all around the world from every walk of life all reporting similar things be a fraud or a mistake? There has to be something to it, whatever it is.
I saw something as a child which I told to very few if any people until recently, when watching a TV show on UFOs one day they described seeing the exact same thing I did!
I've always been intrigued by this video of some neolithic stone age tribe somewhere seeing white people for the first time. They are at as much of a loss to understand us as we seem to be in explaining UFOs. Worth watching, this video, actually the first of five parts is of a bunch of British scientists seeking out this tribe somewhere and they don't believe the white man exists. They think we must be some kind of ghost or something.
Fascinating on its own, it really develops about a third of the way into it as we get closer to these people and is intriguing in letting us see how humans deal with something when suddenly confronted with something which seems quite impossible and magic to them--- like UFOs to us.