Nathan Knows Nothing
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A UFO Crash Outside of Laredo?

Episode Notes

A UFO was said to have gone down in the summer of 1948 about 40 miles southwest of Laredo, Texas. This episode we'll explore all the details surrounding this story, and see if there is any plausibility to these claims. It was stories like this one that used to keep me up until the early hours of the morning when I was a kid, where I spent my weekend nights combing the net for stories of the unknown. I enjoyed focusing on one subject for this episode, and hope to do more episodes like this in the future.


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