According to archeological dating, we know the aliens have been visiting Earth for the last 2000 years. They have periodically visited many places on Earth using several different kinds of spaceships. The oldest type of alien ship encountered by the Blackwood Project was at the Westeskiwin Indian Reservation. This was a walking spaceship, over 600 years old.
In this century, we know the aliens arrived on the east coast of the United States in late October of 1938 on a reconnaissance mission. The main invasion force arrived in 1953, as it apparently did around the world. The aliens would have conquered the planet if they had not succumbed to our bacteria.
The United States and Canadian governments placed what they thought were the remains of dead aliens into steel drums, and these drums were placed in different dump sites throughout the continental United States and Canada. One of the dump sites, a secret facility called Fort Jericho in northern Nevada, was the first confirmed location of an alien resurrection. There was a large number of steel drums in storage. A few of these drums accidentally came into contact with radiation. The radiation neutralized the bacteria we thought had killed the aliens, and they came back to life.
We first discovered aliens at the site of what appeared to be a terrorist operation. We were investigating the scene, and we think it started here at Fort Jericho. Six empty barrels dated 1953 were found, and 320 barrels were missing: all those dated 1953 as well as barrels of raw radioactive waste, presumably as a radiation source to revive more aliens. Aliens walked the Earth again, and we let them get away.
The aliens searched out their war machines from the invasion of 1953 stored in Hangar 15 at Kellogue Air Force Base and mounted a lethal attack. Fortunately, we were able to sabotage the ships with explosives, and they were destroyed.
We've had contact with a mutant alien named Quinn. He has confirmed our worst suspicions: the aliens goal is world domination, and that millions more aliens are expected to arrive.
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