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Monday, 22 September 2008

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Prof Geoff Wainwright of the Yearling Extraterrestrial Intelligence (YETI) team at the Royal Freak Hospital will be in charge

Stonehenge, Wilts - (TinFoilHat Mess): Archaeologists excavating Stonehenge have found the remains of a pre-Atlanis era UFO which may have crashed during a flight from the Lunar base discovered by the moon-walking astronuts of the Apollo mission.

Much of the craft is believed to be intact with little corrosion to the mystery amalgam which makes up 90% of its structure.

Professor Tim Darvill of the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) team that made the discovery said today that the next stage of the tricky operation would be entering the ancient craft and locating its cryogenic freezer units.

"At this stage we don't know if anything actually works inside," Darvill commented, "but fingers crossed - we might be able to do a bit of thawing.

"Without this intervention we'd have to wait for the natural phenomenon known as Global Warming to dictate the delicate process of unfreezing these alien remains.

"Unfortunately we can't wait that long. So our plan is to gently resurrect some of this advanced species - no blowtorches, microwaves or thermic lances, please chaps! - as well as any embryos and/or frozen infant offspring who clearly came here to seed our planet."

If the operation is successful the next stage will involve specialist scientists who are familiar with alien parenting techniques.

Professor Geoff Wainwright of the Yearling Extraterrestrial Intelligence (YETI) team in London's Royal Freak Hospital will then take over while the Stonehenge site is quarantined.

Operation Homo erectus is being hailed as a triumph.

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