UnNews:Nova Scotia man makes history by becoming the first human to make contact with intelligent Extraterrestrial Life
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24 November 2011
Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada, Earth, Sol System, Milky Way -- A Cape Breton Island man has made history earlier this month becoming the first human to make contact with intelligent extraterrestrial life. Frankie MacDonald, 27, of Sydney met with the creature earlier this month in an undisclosed location in Sydney. MacDonald, a freelance reporter, conducted an interview with the alien who identified himself as Thorn. Thorn stated he was an alien from outer space and that he comes from "a strange planet from Andromeda Galaxy". During the interview MacDonald asked Thorn where he had travelled during his visit to our solar system. MacDonald, one of the best reporters in Atlantic Canada, was able to get Thorn to open up about his extensive travels throughout our solar system.
Besides landing on planet Earth, Thorn visted Mars and its two moons, Deimos and Phobos. He also visited several asteroids in the asteroid belt including dwarf planet Ceres which is in the belt. He visted moons of all four gas giants including Saturn's moon Titan, where he correctly pointed out that "Titan's atmosphere is different then the planet Earth". He visited the outer solar system as well, presumably while on his way to planet Earth. He visited Pluto, its moon Charon as well as dwarf planet Sedna. He has travelled to Sydney by way of flying saucer. In addition to touring our own solar system and the Milky Way Galaxy, Thorn has also been "on the M33 Galaxy". Due to extremely high temperatures Thorn was unable to land on planet Venus. He told MacDonald that "it's too hot to go on Venus, my saucer will definitly melt". Thorn didn't mention if he went to planet Mercury but presumably he was unable to land there as well for the same reason.
While his flying saucer is currently landed in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Thorn has travelled to several major Canadian cities including Toronto, Vancouver, and Edmonton. Off camera, he told MacDonald that he took in several NHL games while he was in each city. Before the interview, MacDonald showed Thorn around Sydney, taking him to an Eagles game and later that night to several local bars. Thorn did not mention visiting any other countries besides Canada implying that Canadians are the only people on Earth worth visiting.
Thorn departed for the Andromeda Galaxy in his flying saucer shortly after the interview concluded. He told MacDonald that he would be back on Earth again and MacDonald wished Thorn "best of luck" on his trip back home.