I like the happy typo in the photo caption: "Crows gathered to gawp at the strange lights that hovered silently over Stratford for 30 minutes."
I think it is a good sign that they have good taste in literature.
Shit, I saw this kind of stuff all the time when I was living in New Mexico. I never made a big deal of it.
Nothing to see here folks, keep moving along, nothing to see here.....mmm, weather ballons, atmospheric anomaly, that's it, move along....
Yes, we're a popular tourist attraction in the cosmos. Everyone wants to gawk at the primitive naked apes.
Maybe the aliens are concerned that their communications portal to humans (the Weekly World News) is closing, so they're going direct (so to speak).
Maybe they're picking up their copy of Deathly Hallows? No space spoilers.
For interested parties check out "The Phoenix Lights" by Lynne Ketei. She is a physician who saw these lights outside of Phoenix and did a little investigating. Spooky.
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