…so maybe we really did see a UFO and it wasn’t the beer, hippy lettuce and Black Sabbath blasting through the speakers making us see things. This took place before my radio days when I was working at a restaurant in the Weirton Heights Shopping Plaza called 1776 that may or may not have made it to the Bi Centennial all I know it’s no longer there. See me an a couple guys from work one night went cruising out Hudson Hill on a back road near Franokovich’s Farm when we saw this dome like glowing thing behind the trees that seemed to be quietly hovering above the ground but high enough that it almost reached the tree tops. I don’t want to say that we freaked out or nothing but we freaked out and took off out of there like it was nobody’s business. No one was interested in making close contact with any little bitty green men that night. So all these years later I’m reading where government officials at the Pentagon have supposedly been testing wreckage from UFO crashes. These reports are based on letters that had to be shared because of the Freedom of Information Act. The letters pointed to “physical debris” from “crashed material from UAPs.” That’s unidentified aerial phenomenon to you and me. There’s even some discussion of a mysterious “memory” metal called Nitinol, which remembers its original shape when folded. Makes me wonder if our dome like glowing thing we saw that night in Weirton was a wounded space craft that couldn’t take off. But does it make sense that a spacecraft flew all the way across the galaxy safely, weaving between stars and planets and stuff only to crash on Earth? The aliens were smart enough to get here, but not smart enough to park the car? Then i thought, you know, “that could be a possibility.” I’ve know people who can’t parallel park for horse pucky but they got a drivers license anyway..