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Incident at Exeter by John G. Fuller
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Incident at Exeter (1966)

by John G. Fuller

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It was in mid-September of 1965 I learned of the incident at Exeter, a report which was interesting be cause it was on the official records of the police department and verified by two officers of the department whose character, reliability and composure in crisis have been certified firmly by their superior officers.
At 2:24 A.M. on September 3, 1965, Norman Muscarelo, three weeks away from joining the Navy, plunged into the Exeter police station in  a sate of near shock.
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    CAN THEY ALL BE HOAXES?


The incident at Exeter, New Hampshire was interesting because it was on the official records of the police department and verified by two officers of the department whose character, reliability and composure in crisis have been certified firmly by their superior officers. the incident was observed by at least five people, at a distance and over a time period that allowed for clear and unmistakable observation...
Exeter was a microcosm, a reflection of a story (The biggest newsbreak in history?) that was taking place all over the world.
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