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Quote from: ziznak on July 20, 2012, 05:26:54 PMit's also where they mass produce cat smack
Quote from: stlcoastfan1985 on August 30, 2012, 11:19:24 PMGreetings Coasters!Don't know if any of you UFO buffs out there have been following some of the latest goings on across the heavens, but here in my home state of Missouri we just happen to be leading the entire country, if not the whole world as of present in both UFO sightings and supposive ET close encounters! Here's a link to an article from a local rag sheet of ours that has some interesting, yet out of this world stories on the activity in the skies over MO! http://www.riverfronttimes.com/2012-08-16/news/ufo-and-extraterrestrial-activity-in-missouri/If there are any of you fellow Missourians that happen to have their own experiences they'd like to share, I'd love to hear em! As for myself, I just so happened to see a strange glowing ball in the sky over my house the other week! I was in my driveway and just happened to glance up at the sky. It appeared out of nowhere and burned real bright like a flashbulb, and no sooner had it appeared it was gone! You can draw your own conclusions, but it didn't arc downward or have a trail like a meteor, and it didn't have any flashing lights like a plane. Whatever it was, it just looked weird! I guess just read the article and I hope to hear from some other eyewitnesses so I don't end up sounding like an idiot! (LOL!) Believe me, as much as I believe in UFO's, I'm not the kind of person who goes around seeing them everywhere. I can honestly say I've only seen 2 or 3 things in my whole life that I couldn't explain, and that's one of em!Keep your eyes to the sky and your ears to the radio my friends! "No mystery is closed to an open mind." -Tim White
Quote from: MV on August 31, 2012, 12:20:52 PMwhen i was about 15, i saw two bright lights in the sky which resembled stars but were apparently different enough to capture my attention. i stared at them for about 30 seconds when they both immediately took off at what looked to me like meteor speed. fucking. fast. no acceleration at all. just instantaneous movement at an astonishing speed.
Quote from: coaster on August 31, 2012, 01:00:24 PMI saw what I thought looked like a metal blimp shape thing in the air. It was far to high to be a blimp though. Highly reflective. Not really sure what it was, and I guess it could of been anything. This was right out of Springfield. I'm planning on moving back to Missouri soon, so I'll make sure to keep an eye out.
Quote from: BigDave on September 17, 2012, 01:32:05 PMI'm a believer in UFO's so I think it could be a mix of both
Quote from: Mind Flayer Monk on November 07, 2012, 01:23:01 AMHow about the increased number of sightings near nuclear power facilities-any possible explanations for this phenomenon?
Quote from: interposemission on November 27, 2012, 11:26:55 PMWhich is more likely: that the U.S. government is hiding its high tech planes and other military technology to maintain an edge between itself and foreign militaries or that the U.S. government has alien technology? Frankly, I don't think our current technology seems totally out of place relative to where we were in the 1940's and the developments since then.I'll blog on similar topics in the future, but probably mostly Hoagland, Bara and the Ancient Alien folks to start with.http://interposemission.blogspot.com/