flying saucers are real



Actual photograph of a Flying Saucer taken June 16, 1963 near Albuquerque, New Mexico. Learn about people from other planets! Subscribe to: UFO INTERNATIONAL. Six issues $3.00. Single copy—50 cents. Published by: AMALGAMATED FLYING SAUCER CLUBS OF AMERICA, INC. (AFSCA)…Los Angeles, California.




He was having a cellphone conversation about being on Saturday Night Live, and noticed some guys in black suits standing next to a black sedan. One MIB stood outside the car staring at Aykroyd, and another gave Aykroyd an unpleasant glance from the back seat.

Aykroyd looked away for a brief moment, and when he looked back, the sedan had disappeared. That car did not go past me, it did not take a U-turn. That car vanished, said Aykroyd. Aykroyd was informed later that day that his show was to be canceled, leaving many ufologists to ponder whether or not MIB influence led to that outcome

Original art for the one-page story, “Was This the Answer?” by Wally Wood (art) and Al Feldstein (script) from Weird Science-Fantasy #26, published by EC Comics, December 1954. This was the special “Flying Saucer Report” issue, which was a collection of one to three-page stories as related to Feldstein by Major Donald Keyhoe, author of The Flying Saucers Are Real, first published in 1950.


The gulf breeze sightings, Florida!
A flurry of UFO sightings in Gulf Breeze, Florida have been taking place since 1987, but the most concentrated period of sightings was between November 1987 and May 1988 and were centred around Ed and Frances Walters. The Walters took a total of forty photos with various cameras over that period and all of them were evaluated by various scientists, and all were proved not to be fake. Above are some of the pictures taken.

anonymous asked:

15, punk

(15) Grab The Book Nearest To You, Turn To Page 64, Give Me Line 14.

“ered in the square. Across the fountain, behind a”

That’s actually an interesting scene, but the lines in this book are not very long, obviously. “Gathered” is the first word, but it was hyphenated (how silly).

That’s from Curse of the Winter Moon by Mary Casanova, an older YA werewolf novel I read years ago but not really since. I have a ton of old vaguely-horror YA books on what used to serve as a hanging VHS rack on my closet door.

I’m very up to date with the modern world.

Another book almost at an equal distance to that one:

“About sixteen hours after this incident occurred, I inter-”

Disappointingly lame since that line is from FLYING SAUCERS - SERIOUS BUSINESS: OVERWHELMING NEW EVIDENCE THAT THEY ARE REAL!!!!!!!!!!

That’s it. That’s literally the title and subtitle. I did not add any of those exclamation points. 

Anyway it’s my dad’s old thing and it was published in 1966.There’s a warning on the inside cover to let the military take over any UFO situations you might encounter. It’s actually fairly reasonable about the whole thing, which is a nice contrast with the clickbait cover.