Date of Sighting: 01-Mar-03 Location of Sighting: Northampton, Northamptonshire Brief Description of sighting: Two large white objects, close …Northampton, England, UK; March 1, 2003
Date of Sighting: 05-Feb-99 Location of Sighting: Chiswick, London Brief Description of sighting: Five, six or seven unusual light objects. Moving in all different directions.Chiswick, London, England, UK; February 5, 1999 — UFO Network
Date of Sighting: 29-Dec-97 02:40 Location of Sighting: Bletchingley, Surrey Brief Description of sighting: One object, no bigger than a star. White and very bright, and brighter than a star. The object was moving South-West.Bletchingley, Surrey, England, UK; December 29, 1997 — UFO Network
Photo by Ian Beckley on Pexels.com Narcissus can’t hold a candleto me,at once both King of Colorado --entitled hobo of Nowhere.Look there! That’s my face in the sky,cacti and mesas my sole friends,watching while I sift through the shardsof cultures few suspect.Though none believe me now, richesand the future are mine;these silent silver crafthaunting me,they’ll … Continue reading Poetry: ‘King Hobo’
This is the one I bought in 1973, which, as you can see I covered with plastic, as lovingly as any schoolboy would cover a textbook.
Take me back to source right now I cannot phone home Choose to meditate copyright Francis Barker 2020
Aliens, Atlantis, Ancient Astronauts... I'm not sure I believe in any of that these days. However, time was, when once a green teenager, that books like Andrew Tomas' 'Beyond The Time Barrier' published in 1974 by Sphere Books Ltd., fired my imagination, which is no bad thing. What first drew me to the book was … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Beyond The Time Barrier’, by Andrew Tomas
Ways Out During those darker days while Dad dug the earth, I would stand with him and dream of the sky, that it might send an angel in a shining silver disk to whisk me away to some fantastic world, as far away as possible from that featureless place Once my dreams were done each … Continue reading Poem ‘Ways Out’