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Alamogordo at night.
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What is this? These rocks mark the spot where one of the landing pads marked the ground in one of the most famous and most reputable UFO sightings in history the Lonnie Zamora Sighting. Read about it here and here
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Another Circle of rocks this is the location of one of the most famous and most reputable UFO sightings in history the Lonnie Zamora Sighting. Read about it here and here
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Did an alien spacecraft one touch the ground in this very spot? Read all about it here and here
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Dave is walking at the exact spot where the UFO landed in 1964. This is one of the most reputable UFO sightings in history the Lonnie Zamora Sighting. Read about it here and here
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Dave is pointing to the exact spots where the landing legs of the UFO mashed down the ground when the UFO landed here in 1964. This is one of the most reputable UFO sightings in history; the Lonnie Zamora Sighting. Read about it here and here
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Kim is standing in almost the exact spot where police officer Lonnie Zamora stood when he saw the unexplained craft and humanoids. Behind her is the small depression that the craft was sitting in when he topped the hill in his patrol car. Aliens or Air Force experiment gone wrong? We may never know, but this is one of the most reputable UFO sightings in history. This is the Lonnie Zamora Sighting. Read about it here and here
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This spot looks almost the same as it did 47 years ago when a very unusual craft landed here. this is the exact spot the unexplained craft and humanoids were standing when officer Zamora topped a nearby hill in his patrol car. Aliens or Air Force experiment gone wrong? We may never know, but this is one of the most reputable UFO sightings in history. This is the Lonnie Zamora Sighting. Read about it here and here
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Dave is standing in the middle of the world's largest telescope.
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If you will Look closely you will see Dave standing under the left side one of the dishes that is part of the VLA The Very Large Array near Socorro New Mexico. Read more about the VLA here
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Kim standing under one of the dishes that is part of the VLA The Very Large Array near Socorro New Mexico. Read more about the VLA here
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These things are huge.
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A great view of one of the dishes the dish transporter and the Dish assembly building.
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No visible security. You can drive right up to the dishes at the VLA
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What a beutiful day at the world's largest telescope.
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New Mexico, Where the antelope roam freely beside the road.
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Ah... We love the open road. This is the life.
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Legend has it that these steps were built by a Angel sent from God in answer to fervent prayers. Engineers til this day do not understand what holds them up. There are no nails in the construction and the wood is not from the area. Even more there are 33 steps, the age of Jesus at his crucifixion.
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Legend has it that these steps were built by a Angel sent from God in answer to fervent prayers. Engineers til this day do not understand what holds them up. There are no nails in the construction and the wood is not from the area. Even more there are 33 steps, the age of Jesus at his crucifixion.
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