Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Take Me To Your Leaders

By Melissa Heckscher

Robert Stanley (Sml)     Sitting in front of his computer inside the cozy pastel-colored house he shares with his wife and 11-year-old son, Torrance resident Robert Stanley looks surefootedly straight-faced as he points to a photo of a blurry blue blip in the night sky above the Capitol building in Washington, D.C.

"You might look at this and say, 'Well this is real grainy. That's just a little blue dot, what does that have to do with anything?' " Stanley said, looking at the little blue dot in question, a hazy orb hovering near the illuminated white rooftop. "But when you get close up on the blue thing, you actually see that it's a sphere, and it's in motion."

Call him crazy, he doesn't care. He believes the "sphere" in the photograph -- the little blue dot most people would chalk up to some kind of camera error -- is a UFO. He doesn't know where it came from (other than, maybe, a galaxy far, far away), but he believes it's real.

"Even if the president said, 'I saw a UFO landing out in front of my White House,' people are not going to accept it," he says. "They want to see it for themselves to believe it."

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See Also: Author Says UFOs Still Buzzing W.Va.


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