Its October 15th, the day after Blossom Goodchild and host of other channels and psychics claimed an alien ship would make its self known to mankind over the skys of Alabama, ending the debate over extraterrestrial life for good and opening a whole new can of worms for our world to deal with.
October 14th came and went with out incident.
In fact, alienufoparanormal.aliencasebook.com, who collect links from all over the internet concerning UFOs says it was a ‘slower’ than normal day.
Comments on this site ranged from disappointed to disgusted, some peppered with hope, some flavored with hate. I thank everyone who left comments yesterday.
I imagine there is already a fairly nasty backlash towards Goodchild brewing at this point. Her original prediction did give a 72 hour window of time, but the let down of a lack of sightings on October 14th will probably take the wind out of the sales of many who are waiting for aliens to appear. If they show up tomorrow, I bet most everyone will forgive her.
Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future.
Danish physicist (1885 – 1962)