THE O FILES: THE TRUTH IS RIGHT HERE

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UFO FOR SALE: Greg Kirby of Middletown, Ohio, is trying to sell a piece of a UFO that he claims crashed into a parking lot in Blue Ball (seriously, that’s the name of the town) in 1979. Kirby was 21 years old and, as the legend goes, it was his father who watched the white-hot object fall from the sky above Old Route 25. His father told reporters he turned the pieces over to the FAA, but Kirby says he kept a piece for himself, a strange chunk of metal that cannot be identified. His father died recently and now he’s looking to make a little jack. He’s hoping Bill Gates will make an offer. Great. That’s all we need. Anti-gravity vehicles run by Windows Vista.

SHE WANTS TO BELIEVE: An Ohio woman taped what she claims is a triangular-shaped UFO the size of an apartment complex early last month. At first, it looks like more footage of an airplane buzzing farm country. But pause the clip at 46 seconds and tell me that doesn’t blow your mind.

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