Museum Reveals UFO

Aircorps Art Dec 2019

On April 1 The Museum of Flight (TMOF) will display an unidentified flying object (UFO) recently recovered from a crash site in a remote area in Washington state. In a show of transparency, TMOF signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with an unidentified military official (UMO) granting the Museum exclusive permission to publicly reveal the unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) for one day only (ODO). Plus, the ODO UMO MOU OKs TMOF UAP moniker UFO.

Following a rash of inexplicable UFO sightings worldwide, the wreckage and debris field from a small disc-shaped object were discovered at a remote desert location near the decommissioned Hanford Nuclear Site in Washington state. The UFO was initially detected by NORAD as it raced through the restricted airspace of Hill Air Force Base in Utah. The phenomena continued erratically on a northern flightpath and fiery descent to an impact zone in the remote desert hills of Benton County, Wash.

Military officials quickly removed tons of topsoil from the crash site to preserve any toxic fluids or alien biological matter than may have exited the disc. The object has displayed no signs of hostile intent, but extra security measures will be in place while it is on display at the Museum.

After April Fools Day 2023 the object will be transferred to the Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS) in Illinois for further analysis, archiving of findings, and of its potentially interstellar origin.


  1. Y’all almost had me there for a minute. At least up until the part about it being on April Fools Day. I feel gullible now. Nice try though. I’m sure some clown somewhere will show up and sit in an empty parking lot until someone, anyone shows up to see the unicorn, I mean ufo.

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