UFO base or something else?
If you are ever in the extreme far westward reaches of the great state of Arizona, you might just think that you're on a far off distant alien world. As you look towards the horizon from Yucca, Arizona, a bright round shinny object comes into view, which looks at first like some sort of a giant golf ball. More objects start appearing as you get closer to the area where the object is located.
I decided to take a real close up view to this interesting object, so I drove up to the very spot in question. At first a UFO landing site crossed my mind, but I quickly discarded that thought from my mind. After all this was western Arizona, and Roswell, New Mexico was a long ways off.
At a closer inspection, the giant shaped sphere was at least three stories tall. All around it there were space ships, and alien life forms. There was a small single wide trailer in the midst of all of this, that first appeared to be some sort of convenience store. So I bravely went on inside of it to ask ask exactly what was going on here.
Once inside the store I was surrounded by all sorts of alien stuff. There were mason jars filled with some sort of colored liquid along with little alien bodies inside. There were a variety of other things throughout the little store that I can't even begin to describe. I'm not joking about any of this either.
Behind the counter there was a very normal quiet young man sitting underneath of a rack of cigarettes priced at $6.69 a pack. The price of cigarettes shocked me just as much as everything else did in the store. I didn't even attempt to make any small talk with the man, and I just bluntly asked - "How much is it to go up into that big ball that's outside?".
I was rather shocked at his answer. More people followed into the little store behind me, and awaited for the price to be quoted for admission, so that they could enter the big golf ball looking sphere as well. But a price was not to be, and the young man behind the counter in a calm voice said, "It's not opened yet".
Now my mind really started to produce a lot of questions at this point in time. Now if it's not an alien landing field or base, then what is it? Or is it an alien landing field or base? If it's not opened or some sort of tourist attraction, then what could it be? It's not much of a convenience store, there's no gas pumps, and other than chips and cigarettes there's not a whole lot for sale. So what in the heck is going on here? The questions were still building up in my head, when suddenly the young man appeared as if he was ready to finish answering the question.
He very calmly, and nonchalantly said, "The big ball was simply his mother's house". We all then looked strangely at one another, shrugged, said "Okay", and then we all left. I personally took all of the photographs in this hub, while I was there. Please take a look at them, and you all tell me - What in the world do you think is going on here? Trust me, and remember that there is no right or wrong answer to this question! Stopping by interesting places like this is certainly among fun things to do when your bored.
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