Aurora UFO Crash said to be Not Authentic by Steve

I have visited the Aurora, Texas crash site and there is no evidence there that would prove a ship or airplane of any kind ever crashed there. There are many interesting things about the town of Aurora, but the tale of a spaceman is just that, a tall tale. There is no metal around to show anyone, no museum there to prove or disprove the existance of a “space alien”. We had an enjoyable in the country and saw the words “space ship” in the wording of an actual Texas Historical marker. I can’t say that it did or didn’t happen there, but there is no evidence to support this. Interesting sideline, though. Where the internet and locals say the “alien” is buried, there is a small depression in the ground and the grass grows red there. No other place in the cemetary does the grass grow red. We thought that was wierd in itself. We visited with many locals and they were glad to have somebody ask about the “spaceman”, but like me, many don’t believe that the event ever occured. This is only a tall tale or a very wide spread hoax. One should visit to eat the Bar-B-Que or go to the “Tater Junction”, buy something at the gift shop (a green bldg. on the highway), ask about the “spaceman”, and have fun. We did. Even thought we don’t believe this one, it was an adventure that we will remember for a long time. If you would like I can send you the map we used and marked all of the important sites to see in Aurora. There used to be an Army base there off of Old Base Rd. It has since closed down. I always wondered what was flying to the base in 1897. Maybe it was something, but not a spaceship from another world. :~|