Søren talks about his Fender gear

January 26, 2011


Blacktop Jaguar in silver 62′ reissue Jazzmaster 62′ reissue Jaguar Fender Kingman acoustic Hod Rod Deluxe amp

“Chasing UFO’s on the River” Bob Talks About His Life After Seeing the Object May 15, 2009

January 2, 2011


www.lasvegasnow.com www.avimoas.com Chief Investigative Reporter George Knapp and Photojournalist Matt Adams One year ago, residents in the tri-state area of Nevada, Arizona, and California saw something weird blaze out of the sky and crash on the banks of the Colorado River, south of Needles. Reports about the needles UFO were sent all over the world and brought a lot of visitors, including men-in-black types to that region. Residents have had a year to think about the object that crashed and to ponder some new, similar sightings from the past few months. A trio of yapping dogs, excited about something outside their Bullhead City home is what caused Tutu Martin and her husband Paul to awaken just after 3 am on May 14, 2009. “The whole bedroom lit up, like they had lights on it, so I pushed the blinds back and looked,” said Tutu. The glowing object blazed across the sky in a southwest direction and appeared to slow down, then speed up. Minutes later, Martin says, she saw and heard a formation of helicopters as they sped south past the Laughlin skyline. “They were definitely following the river heading south. About another 20 minutes or so, they were coming back,” she said. “It was bright — bright enough that it illuminated the ground,” said former police chief Frank Costigan. A few miles away, a cantankerous cat caused Frank Costigan to awaken. He also got a good look at the streaking object, saw it slow down, then speed up, then zip below the horizon. “I expected to