On September 22, 1979 a bright flash, now known as the Vela Incident, was observed in the Indian Ocean near Prince Edward Islands. It was detected by the American Vela satellite which carried various sensors designed to detect nuclear explosions in violation of the Partial Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. The countries that the world believe were most likely conducting these secretive tests were either Israel, South Africa, the Soviet Union, Pakistan, India or France. In truth, it wasn’t any of these countries. Area 51 has acknowledged that it was in fact Ripsorck Epsilom 14 of Gliese 832. Ripsorck was having a problem with his alternator while flying over the South Atlantic/Western Indian Oceans when his Plutonium-244 Drive hiccupped and blew out his left-rear engine, causing the Vela Flash. So, it wasn’t any of the Earth countries sneaking around trying to surreptitiously test nuclear weapons, it was old Ripsorck and his used spaceships that he keeps dumping his hard-earned credits into. He should just save a little money and buy one new from the dealership, instead of wasting his credits on those buy here/pay here used spaceship lots.
For years, we’ve been trying to get Ripsorck to get rid of that piece-of-crap spaceship of his, but he won’t listen. Share Twisted-History to see if maybe you can convince him.