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Alien encounters in Bexleyheath

"A Swanley contractor claims to have seen UFOs over Bexleyheath - almost 60 years after a flying saucer reportedly landed nearby.

The 51-year-old was shocked to find out that King Harold's Way is famous in UFO-circles for a reported sighting in 1955.
More than 30 people reportedly claimed seeing a circular craft with eight suckers hovering above the ground.

Since then Bexleyheath has been listed as one of the top 10 UFO areas by expert and author Nick Pope."



Now we know why Nick Pope took his eye off the ball.





(News Shopper story)
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  • Really?
    Pope should be crucified for this story.
  • I always thought their was something out of this world going on in sainsburys.
  • If King's Harold Way is in some way's significant to UFO's... we truly have entered the 'twighlight' world.

  • I once saw Iain Dowie, does this count?
  • Huskaris said:

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    I've seen worse in Bexleyheath on a Saturday night.
    Nice to see the ex wife is still taking care of herself ;-)
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  • mickc said:

    Huskaris said:

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    Mesut Ozil?
    Good shout. I think this was the game where he scored, took his shirt off, threw it into the crowd, got red carded and had to sit in the dugout for the remainder of the match.

  • Bump due to comments about Aliens on the illuminati thread...
  • A number of those connected to NASA are saying ufo's definitely have caused them to have to cut video footage short on a number of occasions.
  • Ps not saying Aliens are visiting but they would exist easily.
  • Dazzler21 said:

    A number of those connected to NASA are saying ufo's definitely have caused them to have to cut video footage short on a number of occasions.

    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
  • Dazzler21 said:

    Bump due to comments about Aliens on the illuminati thread...

    Comments you made ?!!

    Aliens exist in other galaxies/solar systems, they've never visited ours.

    Ghosts don't exist, at all.
  • Dazzler21 said:

    A number of those connected to NASA are saying ufo's definitely have caused them to have to cut video footage short on a number of occasions.

    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
    Before you laugh define UFO... Any object that is flying that you can't tell what it is.

    One person is this astronaut fella...
    express.co.uk/news/nature/576996/NASA-astronaut-walked-Moon-UFO-crashed-Roswell-aliens-found
    Now he has to be deluded lol.
  • Can I have your dealers number #goodshit
  • I mean, apart from Charlton of course, why would any alien civilisation want to visit this tiny spec of dust in an expanding universe?
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  • I mean, apart from Charlton of course, why would any alien civilisation want to visit this tiny spec of dust in an expanding universe?

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    You would like to think that any advanced alien civilisation would also be exponentially advanced in the field of pornography... I mean everyone has seen Flesh Gordon, right?
  • Watch the documentaries on YouTube about the flying ancient Egyptians
  • At the risk of utter ridicule I love all that alien shit. Do I believe in them? I believe they are a decent outside punt to explain certain phenomena that is very very hard to explain. I'm not the next tsoukalos or Von daniken, but, the lines in the nascar desert in Peru (I think it's Peru). Pentogliphs of Alien 'like' beings on the rocks of the Utah desert. Area 51!!!! If someone can give me some concrete explanations for this and other phenomena, I'll accept it, it's why I love science.

    The only thing that puts doubt in my mind is the energy needed to build a ship/craft that can travel the vast distances to get from wherever they come from. Unimaginable amounts (the dysphasia theorem).
  • brogib said:

    Watch the documentaries on YouTube about the flying ancient Egyptians

    That's exactly what I was doing. Helicopter tank and spaceship? Wtf?
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  • I don't think anyone is in the position to say definitively that aliens don't exist, we have found water on other planets so who's to say there isn't life too? The funny shaped heads and glassy eyes and green/grey complection is probably not accurate but it could be.
  • It is utterly inconceivable in my mind that the Earth is the only place that advanced life exists in the universe.

    That does not mean that we are being visited by these other life forms......but if the universe is said to be 14bn years old......that gives 'life' a long time to evolve and create required technologies.

    Our worldly views are clouded in that our evolution is the only reference point that we have to base how life forms develop. Given the numbers and variables involved, I would think that evolution would almost certainly occur in a totally different way elsewhere in the universe.

  • It is utterly inconceivable in my mind that the Earth is the only place that advanced life exists in the universe.

    Why have you included Earth in your list of places where advanced life exists?
  • I used to live at King Harolds Way, never saw an alien.
  • IA said:

    It is utterly inconceivable in my mind that the Earth is the only place that advanced life exists in the universe.

    Why have you included Earth in your list of places where advanced life exists?
    Probably because of this......

    "Our worldly views are clouded in that our evolution is the only reference point that we have to base how life forms develop."
  • If a species is, say, 1 billion years more advanced than us and has developed faster than light travel, harnessed unimaginable power to travel the inconceivably vast distances required... do you really think they'd be worried about what we thought? Do you think they'd be pulling all these sneaky abductions? Crash landing in what must be one of the tamest environments you'll find in the universe? Allow themselves to be captured and studied by what would be the equivalent of early primates to us? Drawing weird shapes in deserts and crops?

    I have no doubt life exists elsewhere (and may even be far more common than we expect given the recent findings on the philae lander) but if it does then we're vastly overestimating our own importance. It's the earth revolving around the sun all over again.
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