A hot-air balloon flies over Sand Mountain during a previous Fyffe UFO Day celebration. In 1989, the Alabama town drew worldwide attention when residents and law officers spotted a large, lighted, noiseless, triangular-shaped object in the sky. The festival has since redubbed UFOs as “unforgettable family outings” and fills the skies with these more recognizable aircraft, offering tethered and untethered rides.
A hot-air balloon flies over Sand Mountain during a previous Fyffe UFO Day celebration. In 1989, the Alabama town drew worldwide attention when residents and law officers spotted a large, lighted, noiseless, triangular-shaped object in the sky. The festival has since redubbed UFOs as “unforgettable family outings” and fills the skies with these more recognizable aircraft, offering tethered and untethered rides.
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published Wednesday, August 20th, 2014
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