Thursday, August 13, 2009

The OVNIvore's Dilemma

Laura Castellanos, a Mexican journalist who recently published a book-length interview with our Lacandon Jungle bureau chief, has turned her sights towards a somewhat less confounding topic in her latest book, UFOs: History and Passion of Sightings in Mexico, which is on our reading list, but near the bottom and the list is pretty long. But we figured we'd take the opportunity to link once again to Inexplicata, the Journal of Hispanic UFOlogy. These folks do love them some flyin' saucer! "Mexico UFO" turns up 2800 videos on YouTube, including this five-part History Channel documentary that we plan to watch as soon as we finish reading the book.


The truth is out there.

[Overexplaining the Joke Update: "UFO" is "OVNI" (Objeto Volador No Identificado) in Mexican. Never mind. Look, you don't pay to read this site, do you? Okay then.]

2 comments:

brujo said...

It is rumoured that an OVNI disembarked a pack of chupacabras in the grounds of La Cruz at 3:45 am two nights ago. Does Burro Hall have confirmation?

Burro Hall said...

We have no comment except to say that at least one of our cats was locked in a closet at the time.