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There’ve NOT been UFOS in the Ozarks since 1954!
Most everyone from June 1954 who claimed to see a 33 ft dia saucer, are dead and gone.
Mountain View, Missouri has never been known for much. The town claims only two notable people as coming from their town: Randle Chowning, singer-songwriter, founding member of the Ozark Mountain Daredevils. Then David Glass, former CEO of Walmart and current owner of the Kansas City Royals. That’s all well and good if you like shopping at Walmart and paying too much for your groceries.
The city wants to forget the most Noteworthy man who ever lived near their town. Back in June 1954 a young reporter (we’ll call Frank) from the Springfield NEWS and LEADER talked his friend who was a local jeweler and licensed single engine pilot/plane owner to fly down to Mountain View. This reporter and his pilot friend made the trip by air, then got their informant to drive them out to Buck Nelson’s small farm. The warm sunny day was quite humid with the wind blowing, the dust was thick for at least a quarter mile behind their vehicle. When they turned into the small drive to park, the dust just kept coming.
By the time the air cleared, a young man had come out of the house followed by an older man of maybe forty some. The three guests were offered a drink of cool well water in pint Mason jars for glasses, then everyone found a seat in the shade on blocks of wood or a tree stump. The young man claimed he was Bucky Nelson, a seventeen year old college teacher teaching English at a University on the planet Venus. He was on vacation visiting his cousin Buck, who his parents had named him after.
Next Sunday a week from today, he’d be heading back to Venus in his small personal flying craft which was currently hidden away nearby.
Frank the reporter ran the story of his interview in the Monday afternoon edition of the Springfield newspaper. By One PM in the afternoon the next Sunday afternoon, the local airport was full of small planes, every available car was in use taking people to Buck’s farm. Howell County Sheriff’s officers and the Missouri State Patrol had every man the could beg or borrow trying to direct traffic down a dirt country road. It was estimated there were over one thousand people on hand, maybe two-fifty more; these included the General Curtis E LeMay, commander of Offutt Air Force Base near Omaha. LeMay had asked his friends of many years to join him. These included Colonel Gray commander of the Project Blue Book at Wright Patterson AFB at Dayton Ohio, Charles Calame a close friend from WWII B-29 bombing and many more. READ MORE…
Everyone in Cedarville was in shock,
a local sixteen year old beauty (with a Reputation) had went out on only one date with Willie Johnson. William L. Johnson is the handsome, but young looking Manager of the local Steel Plant. Here in Cedarville, NOT everything is as it first seems…
Since he came to town six years ago, about eight hundred new employees have been added, wages have doubled while local contractors can’t keep up with the housing demand. Nobody wanted to think of the horrifying results that could be if anything happened to this town’s Golden Goose? What if he got charged with statutory rape and went to jail? YES! A lot of people in Cedarville Missouri are worried about what could happen?
The girl and Willie were married in only one week. Rumors are flying wild: her father was recently made Plant General Manager? Willie maybe quitting the Company? She’s spending Millions that are coming from no-one seems to know where?
It’s now the first week of August, Monday’s day shift is working hard to get orders out when a woman’s voice comes over the PA system: “Please shut your machines and equipment off, We’re having a company meeting in the cafeteria. Lunch time will be extended by thirty minutes. Thank You!” the woman’s voice stated.
Gus Gore and his talked about daughter were standing in the front of the room as the workers filed in. As the newly appointed Plant General Manager, Gus Gore told everyone to go ahead and get their plates filled and start eating.
Shelby took control of the meeting with full authority: “For the benefit of those who do NOT know me, I’m Shelby Gore, Joint C.E.O. of P.S.L. Holdings LTD., Bogota, Colombia SA. Myself and William L. Johnson, my now husband are full partners in management of ALL business interests of this company. We currently own over 100 iron ore mines, plus foundries and quarries worldwide. Colonel Ted Sanders, our Company President along with Colonel Jessica Sanders and Colonel Jodie Meyer have successfully managed my shares in this company since long before I was born. The Gores are my adopted parents, which I’m very grateful to for everything.”
“That being said, my Dad and I have some announcements to make. Willie, Ted and General Xavier Emerson, the Manager of our Aircraft Facility over in Mtn. High, today are meeting with our Number One Customer whom we build our Blackbird Transports for. They’ve given us some changes to SECURITY they want made to our three Steel Fabrication Plants. We are up-grading all three plants to full military Lock-Down Security as we have had for years in Mtn. High. New photo ID badges will be available for every employee later this week. When each employee comes through the gate, a scanner will read your badge as you place your thumb on a special reader. Also, as of next Monday with the third shift, and then this first shift crew, you will need to show up for work 30 minutes earlier. For five days, that means you get 2.5 hours over-time pay. Each day at the end of your shift when you change to your street clothes, throw your work cover-alls in the laundry bin for your size. Pickup a new white jump-suit in your size for the next day and put that in your locker. When you come in 30 minutes early, already have taken a shower and then change into your clean white jump-suit. Evenings you can take a shower before you leave. Starting Monday, we will have expanded showers available for both men and women.”
“Next on my list of announcements, Our plant will be closed for two weeks starting next Monday for customer requested plant up-grades. If you have vacation time available, this would be a good time to take a trip with the family before school starts. For all employees who want to continue working, there will be plenty to keep you busy.”
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