Part 1, Dragonfly-Shaped Aerial Craft: Current Media Misinformation Versus Eyewitnesses 1987 to 2007


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March 21, 2008  Albuquerque, New Mexico - It’s ironic that in March 2008, a TV network such as FOX in New York City and the cable distributor, History Channel, would finally do reports about the strange, aerial, dragonfly-shaped craft that first showed up in 2007 photographs – a whole year after events without doing any substantive research. Their sarcastic reports have left viewers with the false impression that the photos were all from California and most likely CGI/Photoshop creations. Neither conclusion is true.

Why did FOX have a segment about the dragonfly drones? Because the Los Angeles Times on March 18, 2008, headlined: “A UFO Cold Case” with a photograph of two private investigators named Frankie Dixon and T. K. Davis. The two were hired by a European group to track down one of last year’s eyewitnesses who photographed a dragonfly machine over a power line in Capitola, California, on May 16, 2007.

Los Angeles Times photo caption: “Private eyes Frankie Dixon, left, and T.K. Davis at a park in Capitola, Calif., where they’re investigating reports that a UFO was photographed by a man with the Internet name of Raji, who later vanished into cyberspace.” Image © 2008 by Los Angeles Times.
Los Angeles Times photo caption: “Private eyes Frankie Dixon, left, and T.K. Davis at a park in Capitola, Calif., where they’re investigating reports that a UFO was photographed by a man with the Internet name of Raji, who later vanished into cyberspace.” Image © 2008 by Los Angeles Times.

 

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