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Virginia Company Works On Wytheville Documentary

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2012 09:20:13 -0400
Archived: Thu, 19 Apr 2012 09:20:13 -0400
Subject: Virginia Company Works On Wytheville Documentary




Source: AugustaFreePress.Com

http://tinyurl.com/73u2uxz

April 18, 2012


Virginia Company Begins Work On Wytheville UFO Documentary

A wave of credible and dramatic UFO sightings swept the town of
Wytheville from October 1987 well into the following year. With
the 25th anniversary of the first sighting on the horizon, a
documentary company, Horse Archer Productions, has launched a
new project to revisit the events.

The story centers on WYVE news director, Danny Gordon, who
inadvertently became the hub of the flap on October 7, 1987,
when Wythe County Sheriff Wayne Pike called in his crime report.
Pike told Gordon that four police officers, including some with
military experience, had witnessed a UFO.

Within a few weeks, Gordon himself had sighted a strange craft
and the town was buzzing with reports, most of which came
directly to him. A press conference in mid-October drew national
attention and by the following year, Gordon personally received
more than 3000 reports.

Gordon took the only known photos of the craft in December of
1987 over a parking lot where over 100 witnesses, including a
school bus load of students from Floyd County, saw several craft
fly over.


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