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The Brazilian UFO Crash: The Varginha Incident


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In January, 1996, in the town of Varginha, Brazil, a number of 'aliens' were apparently sighted, captured or killed by locals and turned over to US authorities. As many as six aliens were supposed to have crashed in the area, and were described as 3 to 4 feet tall humanoids, with dark brown hairless skin, big triangular heads with three short 'horns' and huge red eyes. It sounds like a fairytale, but there were more than a hundred local witnesses who swear to what they saw. We talk to the 'first responders' on the scene of the crash, the local Fire Brigade, as well as the local soldiers who assisted in the capture. We also talk to the local hospital staff who actually claim that they 'treated' the surviving creatures. And we talk to the girls who first saw the aliens and the dozens of eyewitness who saw them in the town. Mass delusion? Too much tequila? The evidence is shocking.



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  • cestelle1#

    cestelle1 June 20, 2013 10:16:12 PM CEST

    For anyone who wonders why "greys" visit us, it is because their planet had a society very similar to ours. Their immune systems gradually became weaker and weaker, the result of which is their sickly, disfigured appearance. They are monitoring us with supervision of an even more advanced race. They have permission to implant a very small number of people on Earth with devices to monitor the immune system and how it's reacting to our current way of life. They are trying to save their planet. Google "Thiaoouba Prophecy."

  • cestelle1#

    cestelle1 June 20, 2013 9:49:19 PM CEST

    You can tell by the military member's body language that he doesn't believe what he says. Not only that, but it sounds like a 3rd grade attempt at explaining something complicated. But it is the government's and military's jobs to dismiss any ideas of extra terrestrials. It would be like telling a child there's a monster under his bed.



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