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'Surrey corridor' out of this world


Posted on Saturday, 30 October, 2004 | Comment icon 3 comments


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"UFO enthusiasts call it the Surrey corridor -- a three-kilometre-wide strip of land that runs from New Westminster to the US border, along BC Hydro's high-voltage power lines."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by alis on 31 October, 2004, 2:08
i've seen two UFO's on two seperate occassions, in two different continents, which i posted about in the UFO section when i first joined. i mention there that there is an elecritrity connection to them because the first one that i saw, was near pylons and the second was during the tail end of a tropical thunderstorm. its hard to believe they may be interested in electricity but maybe for whatever reason, its not available where they are from, whereever that is.
Comment icon #2 Posted by ROGER on 31 October, 2004, 3:34
Alias is correct. Many sightings in the States are near power distribution terminals or nuclear facilitys. They are ether recharging or work for the power company(Now I know why my bills so high)!
Comment icon #3 Posted by jjtss on 31 October, 2004, 3:42
Somewhere in that vast Northwest area of America/Canada is a US AirForce Base that is the home of the HAARP Project. That is probably the attraction for those UFOs. It was also in that area that an extremely large UFO was hovering in a geostationary orbit. That was about early Sept and reported by the Seattle Area TV Sta and a Meterologist.


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