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Flickering Alien Lights Fly Across Tennessee Sky at Night

Recently in Nashville, Tenn local news station (WKRN) reported on a strange string of lights that were flying across various parts of Tennessee this past week. Multiple news stations viewers had asked the local news crew to investigate the strange phenomena. Various other people saw the lights across the state too, and many people thought of UFOs almost automatically. These strings of lights are often called “Starlink Satellite Trains”. This means that technology which is a part of Elon Musk’s SpaceX program provided internet access to remote areas all over the world. Currently there are around 4,000 Starlink Satellites that have been deployed all over parts of the atmosphere since 2019. A local editor of The Daily Yonder Tim Marema had mentioned that there is no clear gap between those with internet, then those without. “If you want rural people to agree on something, ask them about broadband access. They will always agree that they need more, and that is not sufficient with what they have (Marema). After stating that Mr. Marema had also mentioned that satellite internet can be pricey and can cause hallucinations of UFOS in the sky. In addition, he stated that technology could help improve the internet across rural America. A professor of Physics and Astronomy named Kevin Stassun had told News 2 of a local Starlink Satellite train that was not able to supply internet connection in the most remove locations of their low earth orbit. Since they are in low orbit with the earth, they are causing most people to interpret them as UFOS or UAPS in the sky. Starlink Satellite trains aren’t made up of lights, despite their appearance. Every one of these reflects sunlight which makes them to look bright and shiny in the night sky. Each one of these light-reflecting abilities

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Jeff Belanger New Book Info

Christmas time is truly the darkest and creepiest time of the year filledwith devilish creatures lurking in the shadows waiting to get us. Bestknown is the Krampus who has been the subject of films and songs. There wasa time in the late 1800s when people sent Krampus cards, not holidaygreetings. There are other violent and dangerous monsters from all overnorthern climes who have been hunting naughty children for centuries. Fromshapeshifters to mountain trolls, to elves, to heavy-handed cohorts ofSaint Nicholas, the Christmas holiday has been filled with ghosts andmonsters ready to dole out punishment to those who need it. *The Fright Before Christmas* will delve into the folklore of Krampus andhis friends with the elf-like tomten and the goblinesque Karakoncolas. TheBelsnickel is ready to hit us with his switch of sticks and Gryla may dragyou back to her mountain lair. And watch out for the Yule Cat ready topounce! These are just a few of the yuletide beasties coming for us in *TheFright Before Christmas* in the hope they can save us from ourselves. The folklore roots of Christmas under its many other guises (Yule, theWinter Solstice, Saturnalia) is examined in a different, darker light. TheWinter Solstice is a time to be afraid. It’s the shortest day of the year.The longest night. In some parts of the world, the sun doesn’t rise at all.It’s dark, and we have to wonder if the sun will ever come back at all.Christmas has always been creepy and with *The Fright Before Christmas* you’llsee the other side. This is a book for everyone who loves a little darknessaround the holidays. Make this year a Creepy Christmas! *Read the Digital Sampler of the book here:* *Published:*September 4, 2023ISBN 978-1637480151New Page BooksU.S. $22.00200 pagesHardcover / Full Color *What They’re Saying About THE FRIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS:* “For

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