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Super happy to be here and to network!
January 6, 2018
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hoosierstateufo
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Hello, my name is Steve Tillman. I am very very excited to be here. I am a novice UFO researcher. I have been studying the UFO phenomena for 2 years in my spare time, but I have been interested in the topic since my first sighting in 1997. I am very logical in my approach and I am subscribe to the belief that intelligent life is out there and have been visiting our planet for our entire planets existence and still do today. That being said I am very skeptical about UFOs and do not believe that every object in the sky is extraterrestrial. I am here to network and connect with my fellow researchers in order to learn in grow in this field. Thanks for your time!

Steve Tillman

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Hoosier State UFO Research

January 6, 2018
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You can to the right place, John has just about every subject for you to explore, and the message board for discussions. I'm like you about thinking a UFO does not mean an extraterrestrial is flying, chances are a military program or unexplainable situation.  Viewing things from great distances angles and directions, altitudes trajectories are hard to decipher. A good case in point is the space X vandenburg launch last week in California. I saw it from my front yard, 150 miles away. We see them from time to time, and the vapor trail often corkscrews all over the place. yet you know it is traveling in a straight line or arch as it rises.  It was quite a light show, my son and Grandson both saw it as it went up, I only saw the after lights about 5 minutes later, but still amazing to see. 

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