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THE REAL STORY BEHIND THE FLATWOODS MONSTER

7Apr

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In 1952 one of the most documented ufo events took place in our history.  It is one of the most documented events due mainly to one man, Frank Feschino Jr., who has relentlessly pieced it all together for the last twenty years.  On the left is a picture drawn by a young Fred May when he saw this thing back in 1952.  On the right is a picture of Fred today, along with Stanton Freidman and Frank Feschino, the photo was taken during the filming of the Monster Quest program.  I'm not here to bash Monster Quest, but they told an absolute mis-truth about the real Flatwoods Monster that was seen in West Virginia way back in 1952.  It's not a monster at all, or is it in any way connected to the Star Child.  Nor was it mass hallucination.   When has there ever been a proven case of mass hallucination?

Frank's credentials speak for themself, you can see more at his website: www.flatwoodsmonster.com 

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Through his determined effort Frank was able to piece together a detailed history of what happened and what these things may be, and what the government did in response.  How come almost no one has ever heard of this before?  Hmm....I wonder why?  Please welcome Frank Feschino for part one of the real story about the Flatwoods Monster.  Oh, and don't believe eveything you see on so called fact finding shows......

The San Francisco Examiner. July 29 1952...

"The Air Force revealed today that jet pilots have been placed on twenty-four-hour nationwide 'alert' against 'flying saucers' with orders to 'shoot them down' if they refuse to land."
The Louisville Courier-Journal. July 30, 1952...
 "Maj. Gen. Roger Ramey, deputy Chief of the Air Force Staff for Operations, told the news conference [July 29] that interceptor planes have raced aloft several hundred times as a result of reported sighting of unidentified objects. He said that was just standard procedure."

Robert Farnsworth, President of the U.S. Rocket Society...

 

Telegram to President Harry Truman,  July 29, 1952:  " I respectfully suggest that no offensive action be taken against the objects reported as unidentified which have been sighted over our nation. Should they be extraterrestrial- such action might result in the gravest consequences, as well as possibly alienating us from beings of superior powers. Friendly contact should be sought as long as possible."
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