What is that?
There it goes!
As that unidentified object zipped away, I knew the truth was out there.
That night, I revisited the site of the sighting to capture photographic proof of a UFO:
Or was it a hoax? Unraveling this extraterrestrial conspiracy revealed these startling truths:
- Fact: The UFO was made by me, and renamed to "WooFO".
- Fact: The WooFO has a 16" circumference, with glow-in-the-dark yarn used for the white dome and yellow lights.
- Fact: The WooFO was hung from fishing wire over a rural scene created with a diorama kit.
- Fact: The photo was taken in my backyard.
Feeling conspiratorial, I attached LED lights and helium balloons to a second baby-sized WooFO. My girlfriend captured the following video as my relatives and enthusiastic mom observed the Woo.F.O.'s ascent. I played the theremin soundtrack.
Since the WooFO's release last month on February 13th, there were two possibly related UFO sightings: one in a neighbouring city and the other in nearby Washington state.
But the final truth is that I may never receive a proof-positive email about a found WooFO because not everyone has email access... IN SPACE!