May 23, 2019

Ghost Erasing Photos?

Q: I read where a guy vacationing in New Brunswick took a picture at the mouth of one of the caves along the cliffs there. He later saw that besides his daughters and a couple of tourists, there was the glowing image of a man who hadn’t been there when the photograph was taken. The photographer said he doesn’t believe in ghosts, but has no idea how the image appeared. After sharing it with a media source, the image on his phone went dark. Could the apparition have erased the evidence of his existence?

A: I’d like to know how the ghost did it. There are a few photos of me circulating that I would like to make disappear.


 

Q: Well, Judgment Day came and went and I didn’t notice any difference. Since the Apocalypse didn’t happen, I set my alarm on Monday and went to work, where all my associates talked about baseball, basketball and hockey, the weather, weekend barbeques and how much we all hate Mondays. Where do we go to get a refund on our Rapture investment?

A: At my Post-Rapture party, people are only required to bring cash to prepare for the next ending party.


 

Q: I heard about a possible close encounter in Argentina, that of a UFO abducting a cow in a farmer’s field. The witness to the event confessed it was 2am and he had gone out to relieve himself when he saw an object in the field abducting a cow. Santiago del Estero is a province where UFO sightings always occur, where recently he received an eyewitness account from people who allegedly witnessed abductions in that region of the vast provincial territory? Is Argentina the new hot bed for UFO encounters?

A: I’m having difficulty figuring out what extraterrestrials would want from people who have to go outside to relieve themselves or their cows.


 

Q: Area 51, a book by Annie Jacobsen, is based on interviews with scientists and engineers who worked in the top secret test base in the Nevada desert. It dismisses the alien story and puts forward the theory that Stalin was inspired by Orson Wells’s famous radio adaptation of War of the Worlds, which provoked hysteria across America in 1938. Mengele, the Nazi doctor, was enlisted to create a crew of “grotesque, child-size aviators.” The book says the plane was filled with “alien-like” children. The plane, remotely piloted, crashed and the Americans hushed up the incident. Say what?

A: Did these aviators hold the secrets to microwaves and computers?


 

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