It was circa late 1950's when eyes in Pocomoke City and elsewhere on the lower Eastern Shore were looking skyward. Many sightings were made both in the sky and then on the ground.
What were they looking for? What did they find? Details coming up Tuesday (10/9) here at The Pocomoke Public Eye.
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The Cumberland News (Cumberland, Md.)
The Evening Times (Washington, D.C.)
Footnote: The monument was built some years later and remains today.
(Light from lard? While the consumption of lard won't find many endorsements today the item below "sheds some light" from an earlier era on a redeeming use for the product.)
The Baltimore Sun
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