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> What Happened To Mystery Ball Found 32 Years Ago?, Old Newspaper Articles and Photos

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Posted: Feb 14 2005, 10:48 AM
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What Happened To Mystery Ball Found 32 Years Ago?
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Hi Jeff
I have written to various UFO researchers about some newspaper clippings from 1973-74 range. Although J. Allen Hynek investigated it, there don't seem to be anything written anywhere! The only response I ever received was from Stanton Friedman who remembers it to be explained as something for rocket fuel storage.

What do you think?
Attached are jpeg files of the original newpaper clippings.

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Posted: Feb 14 2005, 07:01 PM
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This Ball seems strangley fimiliar to me - I don't recall ever reading about it. What did happen to it???

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If my memory serves me correctly there was something very similar in the TV doco about the Roswell UFO crash in the 40's.....something that was retrieved from the crash site I think it was

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Posted: Feb 16 2005, 10:09 AM
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That's the first time that I heard about that particular incident but there were an incredible amount of metallic orb sightings in the mid-1970's and now there are metal orb-like objects that are seen accompanying military aircraft and Chem-jets.

They seemed to be some type of surveillance device back in the 70's and they were sometimes reported to be lurking around the houses of abductees. Someone is still playing around with the technology and there was a similar type of observation orb that NASA was testing on one of the shuttle missions but it wasn't talked about too much. The technology is now leaking out and there is a self propelled robotic rolling ball that is now available in the UK for home security purposes.

Robotic ball to chase burglars

A robotic black ball, originally designed for use on Mars, could be used to catch burglars.

The device acts as a high-tech security guard capable of detecting an intruder thanks to radar and infra-red sensors.

Once alerted, the 2ft black ball can summon help, sound an alarm or pursue the intruders, taking pictures, at speeds of up to 20mph.

It can go faster than a human being on foot and can still give chase over mud, snow and water, reports the Telegraph.

It was originally designed by scientists at the University of Uppsala in Sweden to survey the surface of Mars.

Nils Hulth, co-founder of Rotundus, the company which is marketing the ball, said it was especially well-suited to patrolling perimeter fences.

"It is extremely light, which is why it moves so fast," Mr Hulth said.

While the current version can only raise the alarm, it could be adapted to corner an intruder if the customer wanted, Mr Hulth added.

It seems that little Wayne Betz was on the right track when he wondered if the sphere was a bugging device --- and since the NAVY didn't return it to the family that it was most likely one of their toys that had a malfunction.

Metallic orbs of various sizes are still washing up on beaches.

Mystery Orb 'Unidentified Floating Object' Washes Up on S.C. Shore

This silver orb, which weighs several hundred pounds and measures three feet in diameter was washed up on the South Carolina shore USA. The police, Air Force and Coast Guard can't identify the metal orb that was washed up.

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June 14. It looked like something from a sci-fi flick: a mysterious silver orb, three feet in diameter, floating in the surf off the South Carolina coast.

"They thought it was a giant beach ball, they were going to bring in," said Marie Segneri, whose family found the orb floating near their rented beach house at Isle of Palms. "They swam out and said it was a very heavy ball, it was metal, had numbers on it, and there was no way they were bringing it in."The ball eventually washed up on the shore, causing alarmed residents to call the police. Authorities marked off an area around the orb with crime-scene tape and tried to identify it. They turned to members of the Air Force bomb squad, the Coast Guard and state officials for help, but no one could identify the strange object. There were numbers on the surface of the orb, but no other clues that helped determine its origin. NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration were contacted, but even they had no answers. A Flotation Device... Maybe. Because of its weight, several hundred pounds, there's speculation it might be a flotation device used by a dredge company. But that theory only adds to the mystery, the orb has no fasteners on it where a line or cable might have been attached. "We're calling it a UFO, an unidentified floating object," Isle of Palms Fire Chief Ann Graham told The Associated Press. According to The Associated Press, the orb cracked in half as it was being brought to the town's public works department. But the inside was as revealing as the outside, only seawater spilled out. "There was nothing green, nothing glowing," Graham told the news agency. "It will probably just go to the scrap yard."

ABCNEWS affiliate WCIV in Charleston, S.C., contributed to this report.

Did the object actually weigh several hundred pounds or did it reverse the polarity of its anti-gravidic drive? That would most likely solve the problem of someone walking away with one of them.

I saw one of them a few years ago and it was pretty amazing on how it was able to maneuver. It was at a pretty high altitude but I was able to clearly see what it was.

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Similar objects found on the Brazos River in Central Texas a couple of years ago turned out to be metal balls used in the grinding of commercial clays. These are often dumped with clay residue by lazy workers who do not wish to dig through slimey clay to retrieve the spheres. Some are rounded polygons and some are spherical depending upon the fineness of product required. Smaller non metallic spheres filled with sulphur oxide and tiny pebbles are known locally as thunder eggs and their non magnetic iron oxide surfaces are often quit shiny. I have a few of these pictured at These share the same characteristics as Michael Cremo's South African spheres which also roll around of their own volition. Elsewhere theses are discussed under the topic Moqui Marbles at various sites on the web. While I'm not saying these are the same thing, I think all possibilities should be considered.

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