I think the first time I ever heard of a UFO was probably in the 50s. A rash of “sightings” have been seen since, some documented by video. It is an intriguing mystery and one for which we have no definitive answer. I was watching the Larry King Show and the whole show was devoted to reputable people who have had sightings. I thought one very interesting account is of a woman who tells of her father, who was an Air Force employee, telling about being at Roswell. According to his account, which was told a week before he died, that they were all sworn to secrecy, on threat of some dire consequence. One of the big excuses the Air Force will not release is what it knows is that it would cause worldwide panic. That sorry excuse has been exhausted. Nobody is going to panic. We have a lot more things to panic about than whether there was the wreck of a flying saucer crash landing at Roswell sixty years ago. I have a brother-in-law who was in the Air Force and I put the question to him as both fascinating and believable. He was one of the crew who not only saw one, but also watched it flying alongside them. It then accelerated far in front of them, and at a 45-degree angle, then tore off at a speed no craft could possibly fly.

Astronauts have seen UFO’s and there are many accounts of these experiences. It makes me wonder why they are not given more credence than they are. Now, as far as my own personal experience (I only have one) we were in the boat at night in Olin Lake. Along the shoreline was a bank of trees. Through the trees we saw a pulsating light. We watched it for a long time. There was no road back there, and it was not a flashlight. It covered too large an area. I have no idea what it was but it was most definitely fascinating. I’m wondering if any of you out there reading this have had your own personal experiences. If so, email me through The Waynedale News and I’ll be glad to print your stories. We can’t all be nuts…can we?


Keep watching the skies.


Mae Julian

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