Updated: Huge Aerial Craft Over Dublin, Texas, “Longer Than 3 Football Fields”

“I don’t know how you can make a piece of metal that large with no bolts, rivets, seams or welds. I’ve never seen anything like this.”

- Ricky Sorrells, Metal Welder and Machinist, Dublin, Texas

 A triangle of three small towns southwest of Fort Worth includes Stephenville, a city in and the county seat of Erath County, Texas, population 14,921 in 2000 census. Dublin about eight miles southwest has a population of 3,754. Straight east of Dublin about ten miles is Selden with a full time population of about seven.
A triangle of three small towns southwest of Fort Worth includes Stephenville, a city in and the county seat of Erath County, Texas, population 14,921 in 2000 census. Dublin about eight miles southwest has a population of 3,754. Straight east of Dublin about ten miles is Selden with a full time population of about seven.

Updated with computer graphic illustration below on January 24, 2008

January 18, 2008  Dublin, Texas -  The first week of January 2008, came with shocks for at least three dozen people living in Dublin, Stephenville and Selden, Texas, southwest of Fort Worth. The shocks were yellow, red, blue and white lights that showed up after sunset – lights so bright that eyewitnesses compared them to a welder’s torch.

 

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