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Brazilian alien?

From: "Philippe Piet van Putten" <abp1@uol.com.br>
Date: Sat, 15 Nov 1997 05:59:14 -0200
Fwd Date: Sat, 15 Nov 1997 21:15:21 -0500
Subject: Brazilian alien?

>Date: Sat, 15 Nov 97 13:26:09 UT
>From: "Tim Weir" <chilli-t@classic.msn.com>
>To: "UFO UpDates - Toronto" <updates@globalserve.net>
>Subject: Brazilian alien

>I realise that this list is based mainly upon UFOs, however I was
>wondering if anyone could give me some information on the
>Brazilian alien which was chased by officials through a
>delapidated town and eventually killed in a zoo.

In fact Tim, at least four unknown biological creatures were seen
and captured by the Brazilian Army and Firecorps personell at
Varginha (in the State of Minas Gerais) on january 20, 1996.

One of the creatures was shot three times and killed.

Mr. Vitorio Pacaccini is one of the first-hand investigators
of the case and has authored a book on the incident.
You can reach him at...

>The alien was green in colour and appeared to have 'horns'.

In fact, they were brownish,not green. They were about 1.60 m
tall and had three small horn-like structures over their heads.

>I only know the very brief outline of the story but I would be
>most appreciative if someone could point me in the right
>direction (URLs, Books etc.)

Allright ! Try to contact Mr. Pacaccini. His book is about to
be released in the USA.

>Thanks in advance,

>Tim Weir

I'm here to learn and to help.

Best regards

Philippe Piet van Putten
Director - The Brazilian Academy of Parasciences (ABP)
National Director - Picard UFO Research International (PUFORI)
Editor - Fenomenos Aeroespaciais (Aerospatial Phenomena)
E-mail: abp1@uol.com.br

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