One ET Experiencer’s Reaction to the Winchester Formation

 While driving on Interstate 40 on December 27, 1987, Riley Martin saw a formation of discs in broad day light. With a Polaroid camera, he snapped the remaining four frames he had left in his camera. Riley says that "magnetism is a factor in the positioning of the spacecraft." Polaroid photograph © 1987 by Riley L. Martin.
While driving on Interstate 40 on December 27, 1987, Riley Martin saw a formation of discs in broad day light. With a Polaroid camera, he snapped the remaining four frames he had left in his camera. Riley says that "magnetism is a factor in the positioning of the spacecraft." Polaroid photograph © 1987 by Riley L. Martin.

August 31, 2002 Washington, New Jersey - Earlier this summer, I met a New Jersey man named Riley Martin who in 1995 wrote a book entitled, The Coming of Tan. Tan is the name of a non-human being from what Riley understands to be a planet called "Biaveh" 450 light years from earth in the Taurus constellation that also contains the Pleiades. Taurus (The Bull) is northwest of the Orion constellation.

 

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