Ohio aliens were a no-show

Odd this gets reported as news, but, here ya go…

Man blames aliens for losing car – New Philadelphia, OH – The Times-Reporter.

Tuscarawas County Sheriff’s deputies believe an Akron man’s car might still be somewhere in Stark County after he reported a strange incident involving “subjects not of this world” early Tuesday.

The 28-year-old man called the Sheriff’s Office from the Crossroads Marathon station on Route 800 NE, Magnolia, at 1:36 a.m. stating that he began having vehicle problems, and didn’t know where he left his car.

The man told deputies that he was instructed by “subjects not of this world” to drive to a field where an airport would appear and he would be picked up by aliens.

What would be the logical explanation here? Well, we don’t have all the details about this guy but it would seem he needs some help. I’m curious if an account like this will be logged as a alien encounter when there is very little to verify other than the blisters on his feet.

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  2 comments for “Ohio aliens were a no-show

  1. Chris Howard
    June 6, 2013 at 11:19 AM

    Did the aliens RSVP? I mean you can’t really blame them for not showing. Still, they should have said they weren’t going to make it. It is a bit rude of them.

  2. LREKing
    June 7, 2013 at 2:37 PM

    “What would be the logical explanation here?”

    In order of probability:

    1. Drink.
    2. Drugs.
    3. Insanity.
    4. Massillon beat McKinley again!

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