Aliens are REAL...extraterrestrial are in the government former United Nations U.N. employee claims
By now most people know that United States President Dwight D. Eisenhower meet with aliens from outer space, but did you know that President Kennedy hosted a dinner party for the aliens just a few years later?
These are the claims of a former United Nations employee....
Have aliens worked there way into most of the governments of the world community?
This footage was taken by a family member back in 1991. Recorded on video tape with an old VHS camcorder in Fort Worth, TX . Witnesses claim that this was not an airplane. . . All we can say is that you'll have to judge for yourself
Built by a couple of ranchers as a quirky roadside attraction. This
Stonehenge II replica has been popular place to visit in the town of Ingram, TX. Also featuring cool replicas of the Easter Island Statues ...
A place the Indians claimed as the cosmic magnet of the universe.
A region plagued by giant gators and slimy serpents.
A number of strangely accurate prophecies are connected to these dark waters.
I come across engaging stories about this region all of the time. The hard part
is trying to distinguish fact from fiction.
Rumor has it that a strange species of man-eating devil-water-cows live here.
Others claim that a family of woolly mammoths stomp around in these marshy
waters. Mammoths are huge hairy elephants, thought to be extinct. The shocking
events now taking place in the swamps of Weatherford, Texas has several top
zoologist from around the world ready to rewrite the history books.
Most of the people around here no longer get excited by things like this.
Weird stuff just seems to happen in Weatherford. Some of the folks around here
simply remark that this is nothing compared to the werewolf altercation of 1994.
course the frequent buzzing of alien space ships dancing across the skies of
Weatherford, is another factor which makes the Lake Monster seem like a minor problem.
But out of all of Weatherford's bizarre problems, this one must be dealt with
now. . . before it's too late. Time and money must be invested into the study of
this Phantom Creature.
By writing this I am defying authority. There are several people in high
places who would love for the truth to go untold. For this reason they've made
me an outcast.
But the truth has a way of making itself known.
A few people may ridicule my work, but I believe that I have an important
role in trying to preserve our cultural heritage.
So I intensify my efforts without consideration for my own safety, an
insignificant person with an exaggerated idea of his own importance. I know it's
up to people like myself to bring light to this situation.
are not the crazed ramblings of an unsophisticated or mentally unbalanced
person. But I know that the only way for you to truly understand the situation
is for "you" to study the facts for yourself.
Weatherford, Texas is a peaceful community known for
its rich texture of folklore and a long history of slightly differing accounts
of a mysterious creature which haunts Lake Weatherford.
Most eye witnesses tend to disagree over what type of creature they've seen.
A few of the reported accounts say the beast is the legendary
BIGFOOT a hairy missing link ape-man mainly seen in the North
Western United States.
However several accounts of the Lake Weatherford beast would cast doubts on
it being a BIGFOOT. For one thing the Lake Weatherford
monster is mainly said to walk on all fours. A few people have even said
that this creature is mainly hairless, and resembles a giant armadillo.
But the most popular accounts report the beast as being a huge
BULLwith red glowing eyes and in at least two known
cases, flames emitting from his nostrils.
Unlike some similar legendary creatures such as the LOCH NESS MONSTER
and the YETI there are no huge
scientific research projects trying to prove or disprove the existence of the
Lake Weatherford Monster. As of now it remains a local legend, a
monster that brings more laughs than fear.
Sightings of the Weatherford Monster originated with the
Indians who roamed the area which now makes up the community of Parker
County. Their legend told of a fire breathing bull that terrorized
villages and killed several warriors until one young brave managed to stop the
beast by piercing his heart with an arrow.
During the early summer of 1953 Texas was facing a terrible drought. The
mayor of Weatherford, Jim Wright ( a man who would later become Speaker
of the House in the United States Congress ) helped to negotiate the purchase of
a small lake which was owned by the Texas and Pacific Railroad. This lake
was located in the northwest quadrant of Weatherford. The plan was to
expand this small lake and turn it into a permanent water supply for the
After the area was cleared of underbrush, reported sightings of the monster
started to increase. However a number of early accounts seem to be related
to heavy alcohol use ( at least that's how certain officials explained the
events ). No real investigations were launched to explore these early
In the early 1970s a couple of local monster hunters provided the world with
a plaster cast of what they claimed to be the tracks of the Lake Weatherford
Monster. The odd thing about these footprints proved to be the lack of a front
right side track, leading many of those associated with the hunt to refer to the
monster as "South Paw" and "Lefty". These men claimed that the
monster's front paw must have been torn from its arm, leaving only a stump which
it probably dragged along on the ground as it travelled.
As for the plaster cast of the remaining limbs, they were reported to
resemble a giant crocodile's feet. Needless to say, crocodiles are very
rare in this part of the world. The plaster cast of these tracks were
immediately met with cynical criticism and denounced as a hoax.
However without this incident the monster would have never received its
nickname "South Paw".
A handful of the eye witnesses ridicule
the people who are determined to explain
the monster as a physical animal.
This group of individuals truly believe that
the monster is some type of supernatural phantom.
A GHOST which has come to warn the world about its destructive path.
They claim to have seen the shadowy
shape of the mythical BULL which the Indians had spoken
of. The principle cause being championed by this apparition is to return the
balance of humanity back to the truth of nature.
Reports of a phantom beast continued to increase. But it wasn't until
January 16, 2000 that the local news media decided to admit that something
strange might exist, when The Weatherford Democrat ran a small article on
page 6A of their Sunday Edition detailing the reports flooding in about
the Lake Weatherford Monster. This article alone seems to give the local myth of
the devil-water-cow a new amount of respect.
Cryptozoology is the study of hidden animals. These are mysterious
creatures whose existence maybe questioned by some people in the scientific
community. Often times these animals are put into the category of myth and
legend. With only a few scattered sightings and a couple of blurry
photographs to serve as evidence, the Lake Weatherford Monster would be
considered a hidden animal..
We travel the back roads and fields of Texas seeking the truth to the most important and mysterious questions of our time. With little more then our guitars and video cameras we enter the dark abyss. . .knowing that it's up to us to ask the questions that others are afraid to ask.
Not taking no for an answer we confront local officials and challenge leading scientific researcher as we fight for the truth. . .