Why do space aliens love New Jersey so much?

It has long been observed that my home state of New Jersey is the preferred space port of inter-stellar travelers across the universe. First the Martians invaded Grovers Mills, New Jersey on October 30, 1938 (though that turned out to be just Orson Welles’ radio broadcast of War of the Worlds). Then in January of 2009, a UFO was famously spotted near Morristown, New Jersey (though that turned out to just be a hoax by my friends Chris Russo and Joe Rudy).

And now another UFO was spotted near Sumerset County, New Jersey. This was a long, tube-like structure that nobody could identify.

The Air Traffic Control Tower in Morristown did not have any pilot reports of the object, nor did officials at Solberg Airport in Hunterdon, Somerset Airport in Bedminster and Blairstown Airport in Warren County.

Chris and Joe, is this you guys again?


3 Responses to Why do space aliens love New Jersey so much?

  1. Sprawn says:

    balloon trains are very popular at children’s parties lately. This is when you tie hundreds or thousands of helium balloons to a central structure (a string, usually) and create arches and other fanciful structures. Of course, when helium balloons and kids are together, it is not long before the kids release the balloons to freedom!

    UFO reports on party balloons are all the rage in Mexico now because of their alleged resemblance to feathered sky serpents.

  2. Kimbo Jones says:

    Humans have various things that can float and sometimes get away from us? Time to panic. Ffs.

  3. not only aliens … also gods 😉

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