The Anniversary of the “Flatwoods Monster”

Jeremy C

Jeremy has specialized in the I.T. field since 2003 and has education in many disciplines including Data Recovery and Radio Frequency Electronics. He has been a researcher of various topics for more than 17 years. These subjects include Analytic Theology, Epistemology, Philosophy, Astronomy, Cosmology, Physics, Metaphysics, Natural History, Ufology, Near Death Experiences, and Philosophy of Religion. When not writing for Dark Matter News, he enjoys making electronic music, operating on Ham Radio, and repairing old tube type Shortwave Radios.

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  1. alfred lehmberg says:

    “2015 marks the 63rd anniversary of the “Flatwoods Monster” incident! Thanks to Frank Feschino, Jr., our intrepid investigator who reopened and investigated this case in 1991, this close encounter event continues to appear in the news even after all of these years. You see folks, Feschino’s truly exhaustive and painstakingly extensive research into this case—the longest such research in the affair’s history—brought forth many unknown aspects of the incident to documented light!”

    http://alienviewgroup.blogspot.com/2015/09/flatwoods-63rd-anniversary.html

  1. September 11, 2015

    […] Flatwoods Monster Sketch (Archive) The Anniversary of the “Flatwoods Monster” Saturday will mark the 63rd anniversary of one of the most famous and published alleged close enc…http://DarkThirtyNews.com/the-anniversary-of-the-flatwoods-monster/ […]

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