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Re: UFOs Call Town Home - Hatch

From: Larry Hatch <larryhatch.nul>
Date: Sat, 07 Feb 2004 08:26:24 -0800
Fwd Date: Sat, 07 Feb 2004 15:42:59 -0500
Subject: Re: UFOs Call Town Home - Hatch

>Source: The Herald Sun - Melbourne, Australia



>UFOs Call Town Home
>by Ian Haberfield

>The tiny town of Beveridge, north of Melbourne, is fast earning
>a reputation as Australia's UFO hot spot.

>Since Whittlesea Council released a photograph purportedly
>showing a UFO, other locals have come forward claiming to have
>seen flying objects.

>Kilmore resident Peter Christie said he was taking his daughter,
>Elise, to a friend's house about 10pm on Saturday, January 10,
>when he noticed something flying in the west.

>"I saw this round thing in the sky with lights coming out of
>it," she said. "It was sort of moving. It wasn't going very fast
>or anything.

>"It had big, round lights coming out of it, it was too wide to
>be a plane... and it was nothing like a helicopter."

>She said there were several lights beaming outwards from the
>side of the object, parallel to the ground.

>"We both said, 'no, that's definitely not a plane'," she said,
>adding that the object was in view for several minutes.


Good heavens. The so-called Whittlesea event took place on 15
January 2004. A 10 January sighting is five (count them) days

Whittlesea a UFO hotspot?

I show one (possibly-to-be-deleted) record for any place nearby.

I would advise the Whittlesea/Beveridge Chambers of Commerce to
produce their UFO coffee mugs and tee-shirts in limited

Best wishes

- Larry

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