The recent solar eclipse was a rare, exciting event in which many got to witness the moon briefly blocking out the sun.
Most celebrated by donning their specially-made glasses and looking up into the sky, but one small town in Kentucky did things a bit differently (and way more bizarre). This year, residents of Kelly organized their seventh-annual “Little Green Men Days” festival during the eclipse and 62 years after a woman named Geraldine Sutton-Stith says aliens touched down on her farm and attacked her family, otherwise known as the Kelly-Hopkinsville encounter.
Hear Sutton-Stith’s story and how the town decided to celebrate the solar eclipse decades later in the video below.
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