Back in April, I wrote about Hans Harzl, an Austrian runner who got a jolt when a bunch of aliens joined him for a run. Since I uncovered these aliens’ activities, they appear to have been emboldened.
Because I stirred the pot, so to speak, by writing about them, it seems they want more interactions with humans, especially where I live – Eastern Washington. Apparently they like the camaraderie of running with humans, even though 9 out of 10 people believe that aliens are scary.
So I started doing patrols in and around my hometown. I especially focused on nearby wheat-growing areas because I know how aliens like to do the crop-circle thing.
Eventually I came across a very suspicious site. The wheat was layed down in an obvious attempt at a crop circle-making. It was clear that it was the work of aliens, however, this group is far from having the full skill set.
I noticed obvious soil disturbance. The average alien visitors know how to cover their tracks, but these guys really need to be clued in. I collected a soil sample and tested it in my basement laboratory. Voila! Elements not found on earth that are common to other known alien landing spots. They’re here, but after seeing these signs of carelessness, maybe they’re not so scary after all.
So, if you find a spaceship landing near you and a gaggle of aliens pouring out to join you for a run, maybe showing them a cool running route will really impress them.