Sunday, February 27, 2005

Wyoming "Shooting Star"

On January 1952 in Weston, Wyoming, a 38-year-old rancher saw a "shooting star" that suddenly stopped in mid-air between him and a mountain. It was seen spinning in a clockwise direction. It had one red window periodially facing the observer. It went down toward the Little Powder River and came up again. The witness turned his car to send light signals, to which the object seemed to respond by stopping its red window facing the witness's location. Spinning resumed, the object rose and came down. A similar craft arrived and both went into the deep valley, out of sight.


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