Posted by: Nick Redfern on June 27th, 2013
“A self-confessed ‘flying saucer junkie,”’ Danielle was a woman I met a few years ago and who lived in the town of Aztec, New Mexico – the alleged site of a crashed UFO in March 1948. It’s a controversial story that has as many believers as it does disbelievers. Danielle told me that living in a town with its own crashed UFO legend was “a dream.” At least two or three times a month, no less, she would head out to Hart Canyon.
“This is the impact point where the UFO allegedly came down, along with its crew of small, humanoid entities. Danielle would stroll around, ‘dig the ground up in case there’s anything still there’ and ponder upon that most controversial of all tales from the long-gone ‘Golden Age’ of Ufology.”
The two paragraphs above are from my latest Mysterious Universe article. You may wonder what on Earth (or off it) they have to do with Cryptozoology. Well, that all depends on how you view the words of the aforementioned Danielle. Frankly, I’m not impressed, but, such is the engaging nature of her tale, I really wish I was!
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