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numerous sightings of a cigar-shaped mystery airship were reported across the United States.
MUFON then investigated the Aurora Cemetery, and uncovered a grave marker that appeared to show a flying saucer of some sort,
At face value these stories seem interesting. Then you realize that almost all the statements cannot be verified, and the story becomes problematic. The well water was tested. By whom? Is there a hard copy of the test results?The piece of aluminum, alleged from the ship. Does it still exist? Who has it? Can it be examined so that the metallurgy can be verified?More of the aluminum was found within a growing tree, suggesting it had been there for some time and had grown into the tree as the tree grew. Is there photo evidence of this metal within the living tree?In most cases involving supposed UFO events, there is a great deal of verbal testimony, and little to no physical evidence. And unfortunately, verbal testimony must be considered as suspect. What if they misunderstood what they saw? What if they are just passing on hearsay they themselves heard? What if they have some vested interest in an outcome and alter their testimony accordingly.Even if they honestly state what they believe they saw, is it accurate? Humans are notoriously inaccurate about what they saw, even in every day events. So even if they are being completely honest about their testimony that doesn't mean it is what they think it is.The reality is that, even though there have been numerous alien visitation stories, especially since the 1950's, there has never been one single piece of physical evidence that can be verified as not being capable of coming from this world. Not one!No alien skin samples, no clothing, no pieces of technology (even in a damaged state), no metals, plastics or other materials that couldn't have been made on Earth.Nothing. Nada. Zero. Zip. This is a huge problem for the UFO enthusiasts. Even if only a fraction of the recorded events were real, in over six decades no one has been able to produce anything.
Is it really that abundant? I would have thought there be more chance coming across fools gold than something like aluminium.