A UFO researcher believes that the mass UFO sighting happened in 1966 could lure more tourists to the place of the mysterious event.
However, Richard Wilson is doubtful that a proposed playground with spaceship theme at the Clayton South park could help promote the site of the famous UFO sighting in the 1960’s. Wilson, who has been spending years researching the unusual incident, suggests that Kingston Council should do more than making a UFO-themed playground.
Mr Wilson suspects that the UFO seen in nearly 50 years ago was an experimental government aircraft. He points out that the people are more than ready to accept the truth about the existence of UFO or aliens, but the government have not changed their stand and continued to cover-up such information.
Mr Wilson recalled that in Grange Reserve on April 6, 1966 approximately 90 people (including a school class) reported witnessing up to 3 UFOs. He considered the sighting as major incident in Australia, comparable to Roswell in the U.S.
Ron Brownlees, currently the mayor of Kingston, said that the concept of the playground was a proposal to ease or eliminate the fear of some people towards the park because of the apparent UFO sighting incident more than 4 decades ago.
200 people saw these objects at close range and the sceptic still calls it a weather balloon. How many witnesses does it take? The Australian Government still owe one kid a new camera plus film. What a nasty thing to do to a child and then tell them all that they couldn't have seen what they claimed. Were they worried it was a U2 that landed on the school oval? Perhaps it was the North
always debunkers silly statements the african sighting of aliens & ufos by school children which there teachers even debunked the late john mack interviewed the children the kids done drawings of what they seen i believe this aussie sighting is legit true but hidden for over 50 years never weather balloons es was ssid of rosewell crash in 47 pleased its in ufo sightings now well done
I grew up down the road from this place and never heard about it until last year. I disagree with turning Australia's top UFO sighting into a theme park. Yes, this would ensure that more heard the story, but it would also ensure that it's taken as seriously as Mickey Mouse. Watch the documentary on this at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTqE805dhOE&list=FLYPdUlt9sxXJLebTzFwLUgw.
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