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Re: Group Probes UFO Over Acton/Littleton

From: Martin Shough <parcellular.nul>
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 13:50:16 -0000
Archived: Wed, 29 Feb 2012 07:26:12 -0500
Subject: Re: Group Probes UFO Over Acton/Littleton

>Source: WickedLocal.Com


>Feb 27, 2012

>Group To Probe UFO Reported Over Acton/Littleton Line
>By Margaret Smith

>Acton, Mass. -- Volunteer UFO investigators would like to learn
>more about a strange object they said a passing motorist
>reported and photographed at the Acton/Littleton line last July.

>Steve Firmani, director of the New England Mutual UFO Network,
>confirmed the organization received a report and photograph
>depicting an object a motorist reported seeing over Route 2
>near the Acton and Littleton town lines on July 31.

>In the report, the unnamed motorist described seeing a
>"reflective, black tube-shaped object traveling in an easterly
>direction." The driver, headed west on Route 2, stopped at the
>Newtown Road exit to take a picture.

>The object is described as about 30 feet long and six feet in
>diameter and was perhaps 200 to 300 feet in the air when first

>At this time, the motorist said the object was now about 1,000
>to 1,500 feet high and still traveling east.

>The photo attached to the report was taken with a 35-millimeter
>film camera, the report said.

The very first thing to rule out here is a solar balloon, which
the photo and description strongly resemble. Easily done by
showing that its easterly motion was against the local wind.

Martin Shough

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