It's been a busy few months for UFO spottings in the great skies over the Lone Star state, and now another UFO spotter is claiming to have seen an unidentified craft over Texas, this time in San Antonio.
Country singer Slim Whitman passed away yesterday from heart failure. His most recognizable song was the 1952 hit "Indian Love Call", which features some pretty incredible yodeling. It was also the song they played in "Mars Attacks!" to kill the aliens.
Maybe we're just hypersensitive to this sort of thing, but it seems like UFO reports have been pouring in lately. After the possible appearance of UFOs in Google Street View and in the skies over San Francisco and Brooklyn, a man claims to have snapped a photographed of a "Grey" alien in the woods of Texas.
Last week, a guy in Denver went to the local news with a video he CLAIMED showed UFOs flying around in broad daylight over the city.
They were just tiny specs though, so producers sent a cameraman out to see if HE could get them on camera...and he DID.
The truth is out there! Well, sort of. The 'X-Files' gang were partially right: the National Archives recently published declassified "flying saucer" schematics and the details of the project, dubbed "Project 1974" that hailed from the 1950s.
Our country would look pretty different if it weren’t for the defeat of General Frankenstein at Bunker Hill or Metallo the mechanical man’s passages in the Declaration of Independence. At least thats the way these events occur in artist Matthew Buchholz’s ‘Alternate Histories’ poster series.