And another one, this one on a famous UFO event of the 1970s that, just perhaps, was not a UFO event, after all. You can read the full article at Jimharold.com. Here's how it starts:
What if one of Ufology’s most cherished cases turned out to be
something very different? Something far more down to earth, but of a
distinctly conspiratorial nature. Yep, I can see the daggers being drawn
already. Too bad for the belief-driven. There’s nothing worse than a
mind made up. And there’s nothing better than shaking things up and
addressing alternative theories when it comes to the matter of UFOs.
After all, none of us really know what the truth is, when it comes to
the UFO phenomenon. So, thinking outside of the box is vital. All of
which brings us to a certain, famous UFO event of late 1973.
On the night of October 10, 1973, two men – Charles Hickson and
Calvin Parker – were fishing on the banks of Mississippi’s Pascagoula
River. All was going fine. That is, until approximately 9:00 p.m. rolled
around. That’s when all hell broke loose. Yet, it all began relatively
calmly. It didn’t stay that way, however. As they fished, Parker and
Hickson suddenly noticed a light in the distance. Not only that, it was
following the river and appeared to be coming in their direction. Which
was not necessarily a good thing.