April 9, 2009
This is a decade old story,but its trueee
UFO RESCUER HUNTS TWILIGHT ZONE SQUAD
Sydney. By Steve Pennells.
The truth is out there ... apparently somewhere between Kalgoorlie and the South Australian border. A $50,000 rescue mission has started for three stranded aliens and their 2km-wide spacecraft which allegedly crash-landed on the edge of the Great Victoria Desert.
Sydney woman Margie Parker flew to Kalgoorlie this week to organise a team of experts to find the stricken UFO. She claims that the extraterrestrials were off-planet engineers who experienced mechanical problems while flying over WA and had to make an emergency landing in the middle of the Nullarbor, about 160km north of Haig.
She will not say how she knows about the spacecraft but says the aliens want help to repair it so they can leave the planet quickly. The extraterrestrials apparently need a welder, water and lifting gear. Ms Parker's plan is to get to the stricken spaceship and have her rescue team help the aliens carry out repair work. Offers of help have flooded in from interstate and overseas. One United States benefactor is offering $32,000.
Ms Parker contacted the UFO National Hotline in Melbourne to set up the rescue. "We put her automatically in our 'fruit-cake' category but she is very insistent," the hotline's Ross Dowe said yesterday. "It is not usual for us to make an expedition like this. I don't think that we have ever been commissioned or paid to look for flying saucers before. No doubt, it will be a real eye-opener if something is really there."
Ms Parker has commissioned a team of geologists, including a Perth expert. She was meant to meet him on her arrival at Perth Airport on Wednesday night. She was booked on an evening flight but did not make the meeting. She has reportedly begun setting up a rescue team in Kalgoorlie and has approached air charter companies to fly her to the remote location. Kalgoorlie police also have been asked to help. Kalgoorlie police Sgt John Hall said he had not received any report of stranded aliens.
(Article from The West Australian, Sat., 20/3/99, p.3)
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