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6/14/2007 3:00:47 AM
[b]Notice:[/b] I realize that there is some negativity that tends to crop up around threads like this one. I'm not trying to jump to conclusions, but realize that I've been seeing these images floating around the Internet for the last few weeks more commonly than I probably should, and I've become curious. I hope that if we contain our input and questions to this thread, we can have some fun with this without being interrupted or shot down so quickly. This viral campaign is a very asymmetrical one, and I wouldn't count anything out so hastily. Thanks. - - - - - - - [b]Update [6/27/07]:[/b] [url=http://digg.com/space/Strange_Craft_Sightings]Another story[/url] has made it to the Digg.com homepage linking to a webpage with some new images. You can visit the page [url=http://isaaccaret.fortunecity.com/]here[/url]. Here are some images I grabbed. There are more on the webpage: [url=http://isaaccaret.fortunecity.com/pacl-q385-inventory-review-halfsize.jpg]This image[/url] looks like it almost depicts halos, doesn't it? [url=http://isaaccaret.fortunecity.com/pacl-q486-report-p5-halfsize.jpg]This one[/url] shows some strange spined object, whatever it is. [url=http://isaaccaret.fortunecity.com/pacl-lang-analysis-p122-halfsize.jpg]This[/url] is just one of many documents showing strange illustrations on them. - - - - - - - [b]Update [6/13/07]:[/b] I don't know if this has already been stated, but after looking at the pixellated image from 27.com, it just hit me that I remember seeing this about a week or so ago. It was from a story that I saw and commented on that was on the Digg.com homepage! Here's the link to the page with the image. Scroll down a ways, and you'll see it on the wing of the aircraft: [url=http://www.ufocasebook.com/unmannedprobeanalysis.html]http://www.ufocasebook.com/unmannedprobeanalysis.html[/url] Here's a direct link to the image: [url=http://www.ufocasebook.com/2007/pa5.jpg]http://www.ufocasebook.com/2007/pa5.jpg[/url] For those who are just seeing this, the image in question can be viewed by visiting the [url=http://27.com]27.com homepage[/url], then right-clicking the page > View Background Image. [Edited on 06.27.2007 9:54 PM PDT]

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