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Mansfield Man Photograph's UFO

Story By: Brian Skowronski

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 5/20/2013

During a vaction to San Carlos, California in late March of this year, Mansfield resident Tom Young captured an amazing image with his tablet camera. Tom was staying with a relative in the hills that overlooked the entire bay area. He was amazed by the scenic view from the homes balcony and decided to snap a photo of the beautiful skyline. When Tom reviewed the picture, he couldn't help but notice an unidentified flying object, better known as a UFO, clear as day in the sky. Tom says he doesn't believe in aliens or alternate life forms from outer space and concluded the object to be a new piece of technology, perhaps from nearby NASA. There are also many other technology-based companies in the area that Tom believes the object could belong to. Either way, Young has certainly captured a rare image on camera and says he will proudly hang on to it forever.  

   
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