UFO: Tiny North Texan town of Aurora still attracts many

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UFO: Tiny North Texan town of Aurora still attracts many
UFO: Tiny North Texan town of Aurora still attracts many

If you are interested in exotic objects like Unidentified flying object UFO , you may have heard of a spacecraft crash in 1947 that left debris and strange bodies in the New Mexico desert, known as the Roswell Incident, the most famous incident in the history of UFOs. tiny North Texan town of Aurora still attracts many of  adventurous mood.

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In Texas, however, there is an alleged crash of a spacecraft, which includes a foreign object in 1897, 50 years before the Roswell incident.

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When a mysterious body crash occurred on 17 April 1897 in Aurora, Texas, it was reported in Dallas News, describing the strange body in the debris as “not a resident of this world.”

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Texas residents buried the UFO in a historic rural cemetery north of Fort Worth, Texas.

When visiting the Aurora cemetery in June 2012, you find a hand-carved stone depicting a cigar-shaped ship, the place where the UFOs were buried from space.

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In 1897, a very strange incident occurred in the tiny North Texas town of Aurora, on Saturday, April 17, 1897 at 6 o’clock in the morning.

A cigar-shaped UFO, metallic silver in color, appeared suddenly in the sky above Aurora. It was moving from south to north. Unlike the balloon airships of its time, this UFO was built of “an unknown metal, resembling somewhat a mix of aluminum and silver.” A witness guessed that the ship weighed “several tons.”

The sighting occurred during a time when many strange airships were being seen all over the United States. For this reason, the UFO is called an “airship” in a newspaper article written later by Aurora resident S. E. Haydon.

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