I launched a new investigation into the 1973 Coast UFO abduction story. Do you believe?

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This week will be 45 years since Calvin Parker and Charles Hickson told the world they were immobilized, picked up and examined by a UFO and put back on the banks of the Pascagoula River, just a few blocks from the city’s downtown.

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I was in high school and remember hearing the story, seeing pictures in the paper of the wrinkly beings that came out of the ship and sensing the massive reaction along the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

You could follow it on radio stations at night ‘ people looking for UFOs, people believing they saw them, hundreds of cars jamming an area when it was announced UFOs were expected.

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  • Date: The Pascagoula MS UFO abduction story has turned 45. Famous around the world among UFO aficionados, Calvin Parker has now published a book, and the Mississippi Gulf Coast is taking another look at embracing it.
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Melania Trump visits former slave facility on Africa trip: ‘I will never forget the stories’

Mrs. Trump arrived in the West African nation on Tuesday to open her first extended solo international tour. It’s also her first visit to Africa.

While in Africa on her first international solo trip as first lady, Melania Trump visited a historic former slave holding facility in Ghana, calling’the experience ‘very emotional.’

Trump spent about an hour’on a tour Wednesday of the 17th century Cape Coast Castle, including inside the castle’s dungeon for male slaves — used as a holding area’before they were sent across the Atlantic Ocean. She said the tour is ‘really something that people should see and experience.’

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CBC’s Finding Cleo wins best serialized story at Third Coast International Audio Festival

A CBC investigation that revealed the truth behind a young girl’s disappearance’is’now being recognized at one of the world’s top audio festivals.

The podcast follows host Connie Walker’s investigation into’the disappearance of’Cleopatra Semaganis Nicotine. In the 1970s, the young Cree girl’was apprehended by child welfare workers in Saskatchewan and’adopted into an American family.

Her siblings, who were also placed with new families, reconnected as adults ‘ but for decades, they couldn’t find’Cleo. The painful rumours about her fate, and their prolonged’search for the truth,’form’the heart of the 10-part podcast.

Where were you during the Columbus Day storm? Olympia author tells the tale

‘I’d tell someone what I was working on, and if they’d lived through the storm, they’d immediately launch into their storm memory,’ said Dodge, who’ll talk about the book Monday at the Capitol Theater in Olympia. ‘It’s kind of like, ‘Where were you when Kennedy was assassinated?’ or ‘Where were you when the Challenger exploded at takeoff?’ All those things are seared in our minds.’

The storm began in the Pacific Ocean as Typhoon Freda and hit Oregon and Washington Oct. 12 and 13, 1962. The book explains how the storm occurred and why it came as a surprise to most.

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  • Author: Where were you during the Columbus Day storm Olympia author tells the tale
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