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Six UFOs over Brattleboro Vermont Airspace


Shortly after taking off from Brattleboro-West International Airport ( BWI) these ufos ripped by our window. Faster than you could say, "Soyuz Spacelab!", they were gone.

Experts at the University who have examined the photograph have assured us that this photo was taken while our aircraft was still in Vermont airspace. The same experts have authenticated the photo as genuine.

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Windy Shoulders

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Strangely enough, this orbject landed downtown while I was visiting recently. People didn't seem too ruffled by it.

 
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Hmmmmm

I hope you had a good time in Chicago. Did you leave from BWI as well ?

How long did the craft stay on the ground before taking off? Or, was it damaged by the crash ? I am not convinced, by the way, that this is the same craft that we saw. But still, it is a great photo.

They seem mesmerized by it, as though they can't move away from the object. I find that somewhat disturbing.

 
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The first time I looked at

The first time I looked at this I thought there was a shark out side the window -then quickly realized it was another air borne vehicle of some sort.
Although a shark at 30,000 feet would have put this in a whole different category...

 
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Citizen Journalism at its best

I am not going to guess why, but I want to point out that our local 4th Estate is avoiding this important news story. If it were not for citizen-journalist Rolf, and ibrattleboro.com, these events would have been completely ignored.

 

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