This picture is being passed around of a person watching a ﬂying saucer over the
California Sierras. The person who took the picture said that he and the person who is
in the picture took a ride in the ﬂying saucer when it landed.
I know, for a fact, that this is a fake ﬂying saucer. I talked to the children who made the
picture using an app to see if they could add items, in a picture, and make them look
real. The questions is: How did this picture get in the possession of the person who is saying it's real?
In talking to the children, they said that they were satisﬁed that they could add, to a picture, items, and make it look like they belongs in a picture The real picture of a person looking at the Sierras was taken by a friend of mine. He said that he lend the picture to his grandchildren. They wanted to see if they could use there new app to add items, to a picture, and make the items look like they belong, which they prove to themselves that they could do it.
Now, I was told and shown that this picture of a ﬂying saucer, with a person in the
picture, is real and was taken within the last several months. When I told the person who had the picture that it was a fake and I proved it to him that it was a fake, he gave me a dirty look and walked away. Later on, I learned that he was going around saying that he and the person in the picture rode in the ﬂying saucer.
The picture was taken, when my brother and I visited a place above
Cow Creek, on Highway 108, in the California Sierras before he died. I took a picture of him looking at a cloud formation and had it developed. I gave a him copy and saved a copy.