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A Touch of Knowledge: The Man-Bats on the Moon


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TaraStreet   posted:1/19/2012 4:14:00 AM  (Reply)
macros72   posted:1/19/2012 6:38:14 PM  (Reply)

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TaraStreet  posted:1/19/2012 4:14:00 AM  (Reply)
Mothmen?
TaraStreet   posted:1/19/2012 9:35:21 PM  (Reply)

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macros72  posted:1/19/2012 6:38:14 PM  (Reply)
Mothmen?
I have come to understand ANYTHING is possible. The description and depictions of mothmen do fit the ones that are described within this article. I love that it was the News that started the massive uproar in that era too...leave it to the media, just sayin.
Jester87   posted:1/20/2012 1:46:12 AM  (Reply)
Aww... I want a Man-Bat... LOL.

Na, Im not suprised ppl believed there was life on the moon. In the 30's there was a radio show that broadcasted a show "MARS ATTACKS" the only problem was they didnt introduce the show, and it was done in a format as if it were an actual broadcast about aliens attacking. All across the mid-west, families were locking themselves in cellars and arming themselves to prepare for the coming invasion... Haha. I dont have any referances to the story, but we learned about it in highschool, so Im sure if you want to find it you can.
spiritech0   posted:1/20/2012 12:19:51 PM  (Reply)
According to Edgar Rice Burroughs, those creatures originate on Mars. Maybe they've been "displaced" to the Death Star. I mean, the Moon.
spooky1   posted:1/20/2012 2:23:45 PM  (Reply)

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Jester87  posted:1/20/2012 1:46:12 AM  (Reply)
Aww... I want a Man-Bat... LOL.

Na, Im not suprised ppl believed there was life on the moon. In the 30's there was a radio show that broadcasted a show "MARS ATTACKS" the only problem was they didnt introduce the show, and it was done in a format as if it were an actual broadcast about aliens attacking. All across the mid-west, families were locking themselves in cellars and arming themselves to prepare for the coming invasion... Haha. I dont have any referances to the story, but we learned about it in highschool, so Im sure if you want to find it you can.
R u talking about the war of the worlds broadcast?
macros72   posted:1/20/2012 6:08:20 PM  (Reply)

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spiritech0  posted:1/20/2012 12:19:51 PM  (Reply)
According to Edgar Rice Burroughs, those creatures originate on Mars. Maybe they've been "displaced" to the Death Star. I mean, the Moon.
Not many peeps know that the Earth has many moons comparative to it size(In our case: small rocks. Larger planets have more sperical shaped moons of greater size. Gud old Mr Moon is wrong in so many areas and after reading the CHANI recordings I wasnt surprised to learn that this satelite of ours is not true to Earth.
macros72   posted:1/20/2012 6:14:55 PM  (Reply)

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TaraStreet  posted:1/19/2012 9:35:21 PM  (Reply)
I have come to understand ANYTHING is possible. The description and depictions of mothmen do fit the ones that are described within this article. I love that it was the News that started the massive uproar in that era too...leave it to the media, just sayin.
Well theres also Spring Heeled Jack that terrorised old London, UK. (1800s)

All reports of this phantom described it being able to leap into the air, to great hieghts into the gloom and smog. Its actions upon people where described as vicious and bleeding into the realms of the paranormal.

Was Jack a bad version of what was to later be a comicbook hero called Batman? :)

Jester87   posted:1/22/2012 8:08:56 AM  (Reply)

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spooky1  posted:1/20/2012 2:23:45 PM  (Reply)
R u talking about the war of the worlds broadcast?
That is probably the one. Im not sure. Its been so long since I heard the story.
LincolnGenghis   posted:1/22/2012 12:26:36 PM  (Reply)
The man bats are actually the flying monkeys from the original wizard of OZ.
spiritech0   posted:1/23/2012 10:13:41 AM  (Reply)

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LincolnGenghis  posted:1/22/2012 12:26:36 PM  (Reply)
The man bats are actually the flying monkeys from the original wizard of OZ.
Just remember that one of them joined the Justice League, so no disintegrations.
spiritech0   posted:1/23/2012 10:15:10 AM  (Reply)

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spiritech0  posted:1/20/2012 12:19:51 PM  (Reply)
According to Edgar Rice Burroughs, those creatures originate on Mars. Maybe they've been "displaced" to the Death Star. I mean, the Moon.
I read the CHANI report, and I am excited about it, too. The dolphins, man... da dauphines!


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