Friday, December 19, 2008

Friday, November 14, 2008

Right out of "Blade Runner" . . .





. . . had "Blade Runner" featured any flying saucers.

(Photo by Mike Hills.)

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Lighting fixture or extraterrestrial scout-craft?





Once content to remain outdoors, UFOs can now regularly be seen insolently hovering within homes and restaurants.

Saturday, October 4, 2008

The "Redfern Incident"





The image above was sent to me by prolific author and Fortean researcher Nick Redfern, whose father is wholly to blame. Nick was about five years old at the time the photo was taken.

He writes, in part:

He made me a model flying saucer out of balsa wood, an old plastic breakfast-cereal bowl, silver paint, and tripod landing gear from plastic bottle lids. He then hung the Venusian scout-craft on our clothes-line and snapped the picture.You can just see a bit of the clothes-line top right. The picture remained in a cupboard at my dad's house for years, until he brought it over to me a couple of years ago on one of his visits to see us. I think it looks pretty good, and no sign of the wire (or whatever it was) holding it up!

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

That's the spirit!





It's a relief to discover that someone aside from me has discovered the profound link between UFOs and vacuum cleaners.

Monday, September 22, 2008

Motherships!





If there's anything more inspiring than the unexpected sight of an extraterrestrial mothership floating serenely overhead, it's the sight of said mothership emitting a way-cool neon glow.

Monday, September 15, 2008

Mirror-shine





The ufonauts tooling around in this one sure know how to bring the bling.

Friday, September 12, 2008

Send your photos!





TTLLFC is looking for photos of objects that might plausibly masquerade as flying saucers (or other alien spacecraft). What qualifies? That's up to you.

Send submissions to macbot [at] yahoo dot com. Original images only, please.

(By the way, the saucer photo above was taken by Nick Redfern.)