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  • Anonymous

    Tommyknockers

  • Anonymous

    Canadian markings but made in the USA, just sayin”.. Canada relies on us for their Military equipment..

    • Anonymous

      Being next door to the world’s greatest military power saves the Canadians enough money to have that “free” medical care.

      • Anonymous

        You hit the nail on the head.. Im working on a H-47 Chinook that the Canadians are buying…At least they buy American…LOL

        • Anonymous

          Don’t forget the lube.

          • Anonymous

            And anti-freeze.

      • Anonymous

        Having a population a tad less than California helps too.

        • Ben Hutchins

          As does blundering into fewer pointless, unwinnable foreign wars! You’d be amazed what a moneysaver that is.

          • Anonymous

            Agreed.

  • Anonymous

    Most people in Maine know Rimouski and the surrounding area from snowmobiling up there. I wouldn’t worry too much about aliens. However if you stay overnight up there-chain your sled, trailer, and 4×4 to something rugged. Theft is rampant up there!

    • Anonymous

      uh huh,, and what planet are you from?

      • Anonymous

        I’m missing the point of your question?

    • Anonymous

      Bunch of non tax paying thieves in that area…..I hear you….

      • Anonymous

        Some of the hotels up there will rent out secure snowmobile storage units. That gives you more time to guard you truck.

        • Anonymous

          Wow….

  • Anonymous

    Remains of a Canadian spy satellite shot down by members of the Aroostook County militia.

    • Anonymous

      Yes we did!

      • Anonymous

        Looks like a part from an electric garage door opener.

  • Anonymous

    War of the Worlds

  • Morgan Luck

    Maybe it’s The White Bird…http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_White_Bird

  • Anonymous

    Those are mine.I want them back.

  • Anonymous

    Canadian Bacon?

    • Anonymous

      Love that movie. My favorite scene is when Dan Akroyd makes John Candy and crew put the insults to Canadians on the side of the truck in French too! lol.

      • workingMaineMom

        The only thing wrong with that movie is that Michael Moore made it. Other than that, it was great.

      • Anonymous

        It is a classic, the world was a little less funny when John Candy died.

  • Anonymous

    A picture would have gone nicely with this article.

  • Anonymous

    Gee – how about you show us the picture – maybe somebody can identify it.

    • Anonymous

      Only thing you could identify was a computer screen in the basement of your parents.

      • Anonymous

        Wow – thanks for that meaningful contribution. You always have such clever insight Stevey.

    • Anonymous

      Gee – how about you read the comments and click on the one with the link to the picture like those of us not from Banger did.

  • Anonymous

    Great part of this story: Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha! Quebec.
    I want to be from there!

    • Guest

      It happens when you tap a news story out on you iPod; great reporting.
      Dam you auto-correct.

      • Scott Harriman

        Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha! really is the name of a town in Quebec.

      • Ben Hutchins

        What happens if you dam auto-correct? Do you develop a reservoir of humorously inappropriate alternate words? Once they have enough of a head on them, can they be used to drive turbines and do work?

  • Anonymous

    Don’t show us a picture or anything….sheesh!

  • Anonymous

    OMG! A piece of an airplane was found in the woods! Run! Save yourselves! We’re being invaded by us! WTF!? Talk about a useless filler piece.

  • Anonymous

    credibility from a catholic priest please id rather believe in the tooth fairy then one of those pedophiles

    • Anonymous

      blind prejudice

      • Ben Hutchins

        I know, right? There are so many better reasons not to believe anything a Catholic priest says than the fact that he belongs to an organization with a long and proud history of protecting sex offenders.

  • Anonymous

    I’m sure that whatever it is, it’s manmade!

  • “We don’t know what it is … There were black boxes installed on them with some sort of instrumentations and it was all connected by wires,”

    If you really want to be puzzled by unidentifiable little boxes with wires coming out of
    them, go into any workshop in Maine and poke around in the clutter on the bench. — Or go to a garage sale and dig into any of a dozen beat-up water-soaked cardboard boxes.

    The humble Farmer

  • Anonymous

    Mysterious Metal object, well it is an attention getter I guess. Since they do not know send Ponik to check it out, maybe you can decipher two things at once LOL

  • Anonymous

    Interesting. However, I believe the Area 51 cited is in New Mexico, not Nevada.

    • Anonymous

      Nevada. outside of Las Vegas attached to Nellis AFB

      • Anonymous

        No, it’s attached (remotely) to Edwards AFB. It is, however, true that Area 51 lies within the former Nellis Air Force Range.

        • Anonymous

          Dont forget Groom Lake.

    • Hugh Maine

      You are probably thinking of Los Alamos national laboratory, which is in New Mexico

  • Anonymous

    Further evidence the Bangor Daily News is becoming the Bangor Enquirer. Stories on psychics, ghosts, and now not-so-mysterious aviation electronics and monsters. What next?

  • Anonymous

    Must be a damn slow news day.

  • Anonymous

    Heck don’t give the stuff to the US gobernment, they hide and lie about everything..

  • Anonymous

    Used to cross at Estcourt station back in the 70’s to go cut wood near Caucmagaumic Lake. Not sure if I spelled that right? lol. Always was pretty “rural” up there.

  • Anonymous

    tommyknockers.

  • Anonymous

    Looks like part of a SCUD missle

  • Anonymous

    Donnie Darko anyone?

  • Anonymous

    Looks like a part form a plane or satellite.

  • Anonymous

    astronomer , ya lets get it from one of these guys that also predicted the end of the world on Dec 21.

    • Ben Hutchins

      That was astrologers, you numpty.

  • Ben Hutchins

    I love Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha!. Best place name ever. I spotted it on a map years ago and kept meaning to get there; finally managed it a year or two ago. Nice little town, church the size of a small warship – pretty typical of French Canada. :)

  • Anonymous

    sshhh, it’s parts from a wrecked drone, don’t tell us Canada is spying on us?

  • Anonymous

    If they pick up radio transmissions reciting prime numbers and claiming there is no infection here, I’m going to be more than a little freaked out.

  • Anonymous

    No photo? Do i have to do everything around here?

    ‘American posters always get their unavailable photos’:
    Pohenegamook, Que., December 6, 2012.
    http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/?src=http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/WeirdNews/2012/12/14/1297352462899.jpg&size=256×600&quality=85

    • Anonymous

      Who negative my post? You think i get paid to look around and supplement stories? With a photo this time.

  • Anonymous

    no photos, no nothing =what a stupid story

  • Anonymous

    News leaking out today, it is a spy system trying to decode the St. Francis, Fort Kent Dialect.. Reporters on the ground there can only get the locals to repeat one word , “EH”

  • EasyWriter

    Perhaps it’s a part from the aircraft that P.P. Cooper; D.B.’s older and less known brother, hijacked back in the day.

  • Newcitizen

    Looking at the photos, the two pieces appear to be some type of telcom or comm equipment stripped for copper. Perhaps railroad signal equipment? The cheap steel rack rules out aerospace, unless it was some equipment installed “in the back”. Chances are this was equipment stripped and dumped in the woods, not fallen from the sky.

  • County Escapee

    Call Mulder and Sculley

  • Anonymous

    I know what this is –its special equipment for measuring signal propagation of terrestrial signals within a vacuum in space. The “officials” are going to say its a piece off a 1971 Plymouth Duster. No reason to be alarmed.

    • Ben Hutchins

      Well, that was an option on the Duster that year, but I never heard of anyone actually ordering it. Like most Chrysler electronics of the 1970s, it didn’t really work very well.

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