Monday, January 26, 2009

1897 UFO Crash at Aurora, TX

When the average person thinks of the UFO phenomenon, two things almost assuredly pop into mind; first, of course, aliens (little-green men) in flying saucers visiting our planet from some pinpoint of light in a distant galaxy, and second, the ever-growing suspicion that our very own military and government have, and still are to this day, doing all in their misguided power to keep from us, through false reports and misinformation, the truth about these visitors from other worlds and the technologies gained from their misfortunate crash landings as they enter the earth's atmosphere.

As cynical as it may sound, these two beliefs just seem to naturally go hand-in-hand, don't they? And it's been true for most of the last 60+ years since the days of the Roswell, NM, incident in 1947. But what if I told you that there was a well-documented incident that happened long before all the Roswell hype involved the military, and therefore the possibility of any sort of cover-up, clear back at the turn of the 19th Century, a "smoking gun" from 1897? It reportedly happened in the suburb of Aurora, Texas, then a small farming community just outside of Ft. Worth. It was in the early hours of the morning of April 17th, around 6 a.m., according to the "Dallas Morning News," that an explosion was heard, and most likely felt, on Judge Proctor's property.

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