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Re: Colorado Woman to Build a UFO Watch Tower

From: Larry Hatch <larryhat@jps.net>
Date: Fri, 15 Oct 1999 14:09:24 -0700
Fwd Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 11:18:47 -0400
Subject: Re: Colorado Woman to Build a UFO Watch Tower

 >Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 14:51:54 -0600
 >To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@globalserve.net>
 >From: Don Allen <dona@amigo.net>
 >Subject: Re: Colorado Woman to Build a UFO Watch Tower


 >Hooper is 35 miles due south from me. It is an ideal UFO landing
 >area as there is absolutely nothing there but a tiny post
 >office, the only gas station before Alamosa and lots of land
 >with scrub brush and rocks. They aren't too far from the Sand
 >Dunes, a real tourist draw.   About the only significant air
 >traffic between Hooper, Moffat and Crestone/Baca has been
 >overflights of the National Guard, a very controversial issue
 >with the locals here, since the flights are just barely above
 >the mountain top level over Crestone, and Kit Carson peaks, two
 >of the highest peaks in Colorado.

 >A good book containing the UFO lore of the San Luis Valley ("The
 >Mysterious Valley") is Chris O'Brien's "Enter the Valley".
 >Cattle mutes, abductions, sightings,  and just plain wierdness.

Hello Don:

I agree that ordinarily this would be ideal UFO-turf, if past
history is any key. Relative remoteness, lack of scheduled air
traffic, previous sightings etc. all seem to fit the mold.

_But_ (and I should have made this more clear) the slightest
hint that somebody is trying to invite or lure UFOs down for a
landing, on a special "landing pad" etc., has to make one

I read someplace that if duck-decoys look the slightest bit
"hokey", the ducks will avoid the pond like poison (as well
they should).

I presume that anyone who can direct a UFO from "there" to
"here", will have the intelligence of a duck.

I have toyed with the idea of a place just as you describe, with
very subtle lures, and I stress the word subtle.

I recall reading about some fellow in western Canada with plans
for an "Alien Spaceport",  complete with a full-sized fake
flying saucer! I don't recall the location,  but it might be in

Very best wishes

- Larry Hatch

PS:   There is still the problem of proper toilet and dining
facilities for the aliens if they should land regardless.

As a human, I wouldn't mind visiting at all...
But, aliens?

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