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Thursday, 2 October 2008

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A craft like this one chased Fossett for hundreds of miles until he ran out of gas

Mammoth Lakes, Ca - (Ass Mess): US National Transportation Safety Board recovery team sources believe that madcap aviator Steve Fossett may have been dogged for many miles by a rogue Roswell UFO until his single-engine Bellanca Super Decathlon ran out of gas and crashed into a Mammoth Lakes rock outcrop.

The claim comes amid reports that Fossett's body is missing from the Sierra nevada site, possibly spirited away by alien parties soon after the crash last September.

The Bodie Hills location has a reputation as a notorious UFO stalking ground.

Locals believe it may be something of an alien abduction hotspot given the number of inexplicable missing persons/aviators in the last decade.

Richard Branson's Virgin Intergalactic Skyways hangar is situated nearby in a disused underground facility formerly quarantined by the Pentagon following the Ray Santill alien autopsy fiasco furore.

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