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Posted by Tony Cardona on July 31, 2001 20:39:47 UTC

David,

You found a great site to post your sighting on. While this forum is not regularly visited by a large number of people. I still check it becasue there are always interesting people who come along to share their stories. I find your story very convincing and intriguing. Let me tell you that I dont believe what you saw was a man made object. You described an object with structure, different color lighting, and a sound that did not break the sound barrier when it sped thru 10 miles in less then 30 seconds. What i can tell you is that I believe you were another abiding citizen who ont he rare occasion was able to glimpse an alien spacecraft. The craft was either in high orbit or somewhere in the vicinity of the area doing waht they do. Analyzing our planet and making themselves known. I have seen some weird Language Removed in the sky myself, but in order to believe what I see i need more proof. Through the internet I have found more then scraps about some kind of cover up amongst our government to hide the truth about what goes on above our planet. IF your curious let me know I got lots of pics, footage from space, everything..

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