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UFO sightings, alien abductions, and extraterrestrial communications have always been easily explained by sceptics; never so much as to satisfy the believers, but explained none the less. I’m going to tell you about what happened to Frederick Valentich as he flew into Southern Australia, and maybe the sceptics out there can tell me if they can explain it. Welcome to Cape Otway…
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