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Harvest time in Gradyville, KY, evokes image of alien craft

Betsy Fausnaugh writes:
Hi Ed, Got home from work today and saw that they had started the combining of the corn field across from the house. At first it looked like an alien invasion from a distance, but then they turned the corner and there was a monster of a combine. This is the Scott farm being harvested. - Betsy Fausnaugh
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Alien craft in Gradyville?



2011-10-05 - Gradyville, KY - Photo by Betsy Fausnaugh.
When the photographer first arrived home and saw the harvester behind rows of corn, the first image was of an alien craft.

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Mammoth, but no extraterrestrial vehicle



2011-10-05 - Gradyville, KY - Photo by Betsy Fausnaugh.
No ET, but a monster of a combine: Though at first it looked like an alien invasion from a distance, when we turned the corner, there was just a monster of a combine. This is the Scott farm being harvested. - Betsy Fausnaugh

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