Aliens.....going shopping???

No, it's NOT a typo. This is from a Pennsylvania newspaper on November 18, 2008. :


Bucks County Courier Times

What started with a single UFO sighting over a Middletown Mexican restaurant Jan. 26 has turned into a science fiction sensation.

Spaceships were spotted over Sesame Place.

Black boomerangs were reported over Citizens Bank Park during the Phillies National League Championship series.

An extraterrestrial even was seen recently in the men's department of the local JCPenney, smiling at our women.

With more than 50 reports from Bucks since January, the Pennsylvania Mutual UFO Network says it now will gather here for its next alien hunter conference Jan. 24 at Bucks County Community College.

State MUFON coordinator John Ventre is scheduled to discuss what he calls the “Pennsylvania UFO Wave.” The list of speakers also includes self-professed local abductees, including history professor David Jacobs of Temple University.

Bucks County also will be profiled in a documentary — “UFOs over Earth” — scheduled to air at 9 p.m. Monday on the Discovery Channel.

No doubt, MUFON will have a lot to talk about that day. The encounters reported to the organization are lengthy and, at times, almost too incredible to believe.

On June 23, a woman reported seeing an “alien entity” in the JCPenney's men's section.

“He was standing by a clothes rack,” the report said. “She described him as being male, no hair, gray skin, almond black eyes with a lumpy heavily wrinkled face.” The alien appeared to be shopping and had a “pleasant smile” for ladies in the store.

Yet the woman told MUFON she decided to leave the scene “because she and her husband were planning to attend a movie.”

(It's not known which outlet the aliens chose for their shopping spree, though several other sightings were reported near the Oxford Valley Mall.)

The spacecraft over Sesame Place was seen Oct.18. As reported to MUFON, the craft had no wings, no windows and was able to instantly change direction.

Another report from Oct. 5 recounts “bright quick flickering lights” hovering and disappearing in the sky as well as “several quiet helicopters circling the area.”

On Sept. 11, a man from Warrington reported a rumbling noise and a series of falling white lights.

On June 6, a Bucks County resident reported a strange object floating down Almshouse Road toward Newtown.

Derrick Pitts, chief astronomer for the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, urges residents not to jump to conclusions about strange celestial sightings.

Often times, these objects are identifiable, Pitts said. And even if they can't be explained, that doesn't necessarily make them aliens.

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