By Teresa McMinn
Daily Record/Sunday News
The pictures landed in news publications across the country including LIFE magazine and over the years has been studied by scientists, United States military and government officials.
And while the photos have been praised by some for capturing an unidentified flying object, as well as scrutinized by others who tried to discredit their authenticity, folks continue to examine the Trent case.
How UFO reports are studied, however, could be enhanced with a new virtual experience being developed by a York County man.
"We're trying to nail the mythology of ufology," said Don Goddard, a video game builder for over 20 years who once worked for Sega and in 2009 founded UFO Studios in Hopewell Township.
Goddard, a self-described paranormal junkie, is working on a game that would allow the user to encounter a UFO from a variety of viewpoints, including through the eyes of an alien inside the craft.
"I've grown up with UFO books and research," he said. "There are just so many stories."
He said his game would build on actual reports such as the Trent case, alleged UFO abduction of Travis Walton in 1975, or the time in 2006 when Chicago's O'Hare Airport was shut down after employees reported seeing a metallic, saucer-shaped object in the sky.
"I want to see the person's perspective (or) the skeptic's point of view," Goddard said and added his plan would be unique and give the player a chance to be an alien. "The idea is very much like 'Close Encounters (of the Third Kind)' and based on experiences," he said. "The entire game is revealing ... It'll answer a lot of questions for you." . . .
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