Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Spotter's Guide To UFOs

The Northern Territory, as we all know, is UFO Central. There are more alien visitors of all descriptions than anywhere else in the world. Clearly, there's something special about the outback that attracts alien lifeforms from millions of light years away.

The NT News is a constant source of evidence for these almost daily visitations, but they were slightly outdone recently when a local ABC announcer opened the lines to those who had experienced encounters of various kinds. Since not a lot really ever happens otherwise in the NT, the NT News has, thankfully, preserved these obviously reliable and accurate reports for posterity as a front page story.

Betty from Alice Springs said her close encounter occurred in 1969. She was driving 20km south of Aileron towards Alice Springs at 4am with her six year old daughter when they saw the vehicle "flying alongside us". "We saw these two figures inside this thing. It looked like a Ford station wagon, with the windows. It came in front of us really quickly."

Her daughter then said, "There's nothing to be afraid of."

"I said, 'Why did you say that?' She said, 'I don't know, it just came out of my mouth'.

"And as I was talking, the whole think took off like a shot out of a gun ... And then there was all this green and blue and red flames or lights all around it.

"I'll never forget it."

For the record, this is a 1969 Ford station wagon...

1969 Ford station wagon

And this is a spaceship...

Not a 1969 Ford station wagon

EoR understands how the two could be easily confused.

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