CHARLESTON, S.C. – A new photo
proves what experts have suspected for
years: space aliens are taking water samples
from Earth to check the pollution levels of
our seas and rivers.
And experts say if those levels are too high,
the Ets will destroy our planet f
‘We’re poisoning the environment of the
Universe with our reckless waste, and the
inhabitants of other planets are fed up with
it,” says respected physicist and noted UFO
researcher Dr. Phyllis Glast.
“Since the late 1960’s alien spacecraft
hovering over our waterways and sampling
our water. And some people who have been
abducted by aliens have been told by the
creatures that our air and water are being
n off South Carolina co
“It came out of nowhere,” says Miss
Domica who was sailing with fiiends in
the Atlantic Ocean, just 20 miles off
Folly Beach near Charleston.
“One second I was shooting pictures of
that calm serene water. The next second
this giant saucer-shaped object came
zooming out of the sky, moving faster
than I’ve ever seen anything move.
“It hovered there a moment, less. than 100
yards away fiom us.
“Suddenly the sea got very turbulent’and
a huge waterspout shot up and into a hole
in the center of it.
“It rocked our boat and I had to hold on
to the mast to snap the picture. I’m not
sure how long the waterspout lasted but
monitored. when it was over, the thing sped away
and the surface was calm again.” Aliens will punish
“But there’s been no -concrete visual
evidence until now.” M&S Domica said she called authorities US for polluting the
and some men who identified themselves
The final prmf came just three days ago as government agents came to her home Earth, warns
when . photographer and boating enthusiast to speak with her.
Gloria Domica snapped the pictwe, shown expert!
here, of a UFO sucking water up into its
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