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SKEPTIC SEE STRUCTURED UFO
London/Woodstock, Ontario, Canada
 
A skeptical man sees a structured "Flying Saucer" in Beachville in 1950, which is about ten minutes east of London, about the half-way point to Woodstock. Beachville is where Aliens are rumoured to have landed on April 18, 1952. The square "exhaust" is also mention in the craft of the the Falkon Lake (Stephen Michalak) case in May of 1967.

SKEPTIC SEES FLYING SAUCER
LONDON/WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO, CANADA
 
Mr. James Williams, who today lives in Williamsford [Ontario] saw something on the way to work one day in the 1950 that forever changed his view of the world.

Previous to his UFO sighting, Mr. Williams did not believe in UFOs, and even at the time of the sighting he thought it was a new type of military aircraft, but over time he's come to believe in extraterrestial flying saucers.

At the time Mr. Williams lived in London, Ontario and drove eastward to work in nearby Woodstock.

The UFO he spotted, flew out of a field and shot straight up into the air at an angle.

The craft was circular, sort of like two pie plates put together. Wrapping around the front part of the craft on the narrow edge where the "pie plates met" were long narrow window.

Towards the back of the craft were a number of small, square holes, from which an exhaust, vapour trail could be seen until the object was well above the ground.

Although the craft took off with enormous speed and energy, it was silent, reports Mr. Williams.

(SOURCE: Interview with Witness, January 1, 1997)
 

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