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Posted by Diane/">Diane on February 1, 2000 07:29:22 UTC

Well...I've never seen one, to tell the truth. However...I had a strange occurrance when I was four years old (in Oregon, about 1951...along the Umqua River). My parents were manning a lookout tower there...when, one night there came a very loud "knock knock knock" on the door (I remember it vividly...it nearly shook the trailer). Oh, I know...it was a sonic boom, right? Okay..that's fine. Only....I really don't remember "jets" as being a real big part of the "sky" way back then...way out there. Oh well. Anyway...the next day a forest fire was born...and soon we were boxed in with only one road out. My parents loaded up and drove out. Now, you must know that they DID report this strange happening. And, quite some time later...some "feds" located them in Los Angeles and quizzed them on this whole affair...and told them "not to mention it to anyone". This is mostly what was told to me..as I was a small child at the time. However...I do remember the loud knocks...and the fire. All I can say is....I believe anything is possible, and, I really don't think we are the only beings in the universe. I mean...come on man.....do you think you are so very smart that you "know it all"..??

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