Sounds crazy, right?
What would they be doing in Virginia? It’s usually a cornfield in Kansas where they do their crop circles, but Virginia? The Beltway? Guess they aren’t in Kansas anymore.
All kidding aside: Let’s get to the real story just in case you missed it. The June 13-14 incident involved the usual bright lights, crash landing from outer limits, cars not working and the military rushing in to clean up the mess and then floating a story that contradicts eyewitness reports. And, of course, witnesses are too scared to use their real names. They don’t want to get abducted or anything. Not like that ever happened.
Juliee London tweeted this image and it soon became War of the World news.
Others who claimed they saw little green men in Virginia or alien ships don’t give their real names to the press because most likely they are unemployed and don’t need perspective employers reading about it and then asking about it during the interview process.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with that question. Let us educate you on when it will be asked. We can say from experiences it’s usually question No. 3 and it goes like this: “So how long have you seen little green men walking the earth?”
The answer, of course, is to ask the person doing the interview: “Why? Are you one of them?”
Nevertheless the UFO crash has lit up Twitter, Facebook and 911 calls as the truly next Roswell incident and evenFOX NEWS did a news report. Don’t believe it? Really, come on FOX does a news story once in awhile. But we don’t blame you. We have a lot of skeptics here. We still don’t believe George W. Bush won the presidency.
Juliee London tweeted multiple photos of the object, writing, “UFO spotting in Maryland?” And then it went viral. Soon more media jumped on the story around the globe.