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Thursday, 11 November 2010

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For the second time this week a missile has been fired from the ocean and this definitely wasn't a plane say locals of Seaport, Maine!

"They can call these things airplanes as much as they like, but this looked just like the one we saw on TV that was launched off the coast of California", stated John Livingston of Bedego, near Seaport.

Our news reporters had to be pulled from the case in California and sent to Maine for this one. The government had shut it all down anyway. So far, unlike the one filmed in California, there has been no film or photos of the Maine missile to share.

However, up to thirty people saw this and had time to cell phone friends and neighbors.

"No, that was no plane", stated Jenny Hasslet. "I don't think the other one was either. I mean, we go 60-70 years of big planes taking off and no one has filmed one like that before? Come on, give us a break."

Several people in the small community say they think it's the same ones who have appeared over different US cities this year and had airports closed down twice in China.

"I think they're UFO's", one guy stated. But he wouldn't give his name. "You do that and you receive visitors from Washington."

One thing for sure, these two missiles and UFO aliens may have been reported in several states this year but no aliens have been seen in Arizona, according to Governor Jan Brewer.

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