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Re: 'Glowing Little Man' Spreads Panic In Argentina

From: Scott Corrales <lornis1.nul>
Date: Tue, 27 May 2008 09:49:16 -0400
Archived: Tue, 27 May 2008 14:04:28 -0400
Subject: Re: 'Glowing Little Man' Spreads Panic In Argentina

The Journal of Hispanic Ufology
May 27, 2008

Source: ERF.com.ar - Diario ERF


Date: 05/21/08 - 21:04 hrs

Argentina: "Glowing Little Man" Spreads Panic in Salta

*** Once again, Salta becomes the site for weird events ***

Residents of the town of San Carlos now claim seeing a strange
being, standing some 40 cm tall, with a magnetic field that kept
people from approaching it.

Two people, mechanic Walter Lopez and Omar Ferlatti, informed
police about the sighting of the diminutibve creature whom they
described in detail: the being was small, glowing and wore
pants. It appeared it be protected by a magnetic field.

This incident increased the collective fear of the residents of
this community of the Valles Chalchaquies even further. In
recent days, a luminous object was seen in the vicinity of their

"Kids aren't going out at night out of fear of the strange
creature and the UFO," claimed a resident of San Carlos in a
statement to the Copenoa news agency.

Ferlatti and Lopez's account dovetails with the one given by a
shepherdess on the hills, who was startled by the strange

Police have stated that both stories coincide and that local
residents are indeed frightened. "It hasn't been seen again.
It would be good for it to return, to ascertain that the events
were indeed as described," said deputy sheriff Luis Comenares.


Translation (c) 2008, S. Corrales, IHU
Special thanks to Mario Luis Bracamonte of C.O.R  - Circulo
Ovnilogico Riocuartense

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