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Re: UFO News Items From The Fringe

From: Nick Balaskas <nikolaos@YorkU.CA>
Date: Mon, 27 Jul 1998 20:07:01 -0700 (Pacific Daylight Time)
Fwd Date: Tue, 28 Jul 1998 10:09:27 -0400
Subject: Re: UFO News Items From The Fringe

> From: Stig Agermose <Stig_Agermose@online.pol.dk>
> To: updates@globalserve.net
> Date: Sat, 25 Jul 1998 03:30:40 +0200
> Subject: UFO News Items From The Fringe

> Thanks to Wireless Flash News Service I am able to bring you a
> few news items from the fringe. Except for the last one which is
> rather sweet, they are all pretty far out, but hopefully will
> act as a deterrent.

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> This one is from June 2. URL

> http://www.flashnews.com/news/4clk0ch0.htm
>

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> Out-Of-This-World Jewelry Made From Crashed Ufo Fragments

> RED ROCK, N. M. (Wireless Flash) A New Mexico gemologist is
> selling jewelry made out of what he claims are fragments from a
> crashed UFO.

> Jeweler David Shoemaker owns about two-and-a-half pounds of a
> strange glass-like material that he says was salvaged from an
> alien spacecraft that crashed near Red Rock, New Mexico, more
> than 50 years ago.

> The extraterrestrial gems are transparent green and contain tiny
> gray spheres resembling exploding galaxies. It was originally
> believed the material was from a meteorite, but Shoemaker claims
> an analysis of the fragments reveals that they contain 54
> different minerals and elements - including 3 minerals never
> found on Earth.

> Shoemaker is currently selling raw chunks of the UFO fragments
> for $100 or more a gram and necklaces for $500 or more.

> CONTACT: David Shoemaker, **** (serious inquiries only); Red
> Rock, NM; (505) ***-****

> Copyright =A9 1998 Wireless Flash News Service. All rights reserved.

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Hi everyone,

Thanks to a contact in the U.S., I was sent a fair sized chunk
of this alleged UFO debris (and I wasn't even charged a penny!)
along with a copy of the initial scientific test results which
look very impressive. Later this summer, fellow colleagues at
York University (Toronto) will have their own scientific test
results ready regarding David Shoemaker's UFO debris which will
be made available by my U.S. contact to everyone.

For accuracy, the alleged 1947 UFO crash did not happen anywhere
near Red Rock (or even Roswell), New Mexico but in another more
distant U.S. state.

Nick Balaskas