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Betty Cash and Vickie Landrum 1980 UFO

Updated on May 18, 2016

Betty Cash and Vickie Landrum

Betty Cash and Vickie Landrum UFO Sighting
Betty Cash and Vickie Landrum UFO Sighting
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Betty Cash and Vickie Landrum UFO Sighting

December 1980 on a deserted Texas road Betty Cash, Vickie Landrum, and Vickie's 7 year old grandson Colby noticed something strange in the sky. A diamond shaped object with flames shooting from under it. It was gliding towards them. The object slowed hovered over the roadway as if preparing to land. The three stepped out of the car to get a better view. Intense heat pulsed from the object. Eventually the craft began to move up and away. A squadron of helicopters more than twenty appeared and attempted to surround it. The ship became a cigar shaped cylinder of light and vanished. Over the next few hours all three became ill with sunburn like rashes, nausea, and diarrhea. Investigators studied the case for years without coming close to identifying the craft or the helicopters.

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      Angelique Loux 5 years ago from Ohio

      Thank you, I will also follow you.

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      Kenneth Avery 6 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      11/1/2011--8:55 P.M/CST

      Angelique . . .Amazing read! GREAT subject. I am very impressed at this writing. You, my friend, are a God-gifted literary stylist. And have your own smooth style. Voted up and away. I looked at your hubs and I cant wait to read the one, Did Fate Affect the Deaths of Abe Lincoln and JFK? You are my kind of writer. I love subjects like this. And while I am here, may I ask you, with your permission, if I may be a fan and a follower? I would love that. With My Highest Respect and Regards, Kenneth Avery, from a rural town, Hamilton, in northwest Alabama (we have our own unsolved mysteries) that looks like Mayberry, the sweet town on The Andy Griffith Show. Peace and Security to you.