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Aliens Will Land on Earth Tuesday: Bookies Pull Odds

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Oct/13/2008
Aliens Visiting Earth

British bookmaker William Hill pulled down its odds on aliens landing on Earth just one day before the dreaded October 15 US tax extension deadline. The reason for William Hill's reaction: Too much lopsided action in favor of an ET type engagement.

So many people reckon an Internet rumour about aliens coming to Earth is true, bookies have stopped taking bets on the UFO prediction after an unprecedented rush.

William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams said: "This is the first time that an internet phenomenon has affected our business."

Aliens are set to land on Earth tomorrow to prove to humans that there really is life out there.

Extra-terrestrials will make a grand entrance to our planet by flying across our skies in a space craft that will be visible for three days, experts said.

Bookies are set to lose millions of pounds if E.T.'s pals do approach our planet. Mr Adams told the Daily Star: "We now have seven-figure liabilities if the ship does appear and we have decided to duck any more big bets until October 14 has passed, hopefully without incident."

American psychic Blossom Goodchild sparked the frenzy after claiming aliens informed her of their plans.

Unlike many of the messages put out by sci fi films of the past, these aliens will come in peace.

Blossom claimed that aliens have announced that one of their craft will appear in our skies tomorrow as a way of proving to us the existence of other life forms in the universe.

She said they "come in love to help us and our planet move to a new higher vibration of love".

And one UFO blogger wrote: "Stockpile some foods, water and first aid supplies. Be ready to welcome our visitors.

"Be kind to your neighbours who may not understand.

"Be welcoming and greet the visitors with love. What an exciting time."

Gambling911.com reporter, Jenny Woo, believes.

"For those of you who don't believe aliens exist, just come to where I am in Miami. They're everywhere!"

Well, maybe Jenny is referring to those "other aliens".

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Payton O'Brien, Gambling911.com Senior Editor

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