WheelMan Press Uncovers Diary of Extraterrestrial

WheelMan Press discovers a diary reportedly written by an extraterrestrial visitor to earth.
June 18, 2008 - PRLog -- In an astounding bit of news, small press publisher WheelMan Press announced today that it has discovered a multi-volume diary purportedly written by an extraterrestrial visitor to the planet earth.

The diary, found buried in a trunk in the backyard of a Stockbridge, Georgia residence, contains the writings of a being by the name of Savan, from a galaxy “far beyond those discovered by humans so far.” The diary, beginning in 1947 and ending just two years ago, describes the life and times of Savan in his nearly 60-year study of Earth and its culture. Although skeptics, including  a spokesperson from NASA, has shown qoxmu no interest in the claims, Gregory Banks, owner of WheelMan Press, says that “extensive” research went into verifying the authenticity of the diary, including at least 20 minutes of flipping through a few of the volumes, after which Banks declared “yep, it’s real, or at least close enough.”

After going through the diary and compiling the 42 volume set into a novelized form of the ET’s experiences, WheelMan Press plans to first release the diary a chapter at a time via its newly created blog at www.DiaryofanET.com. Banks says that what people learn from the diary will at times be shocking, and at other times finally make sense of some of the most puzzling and unexplained phenomenon of the past 60 years. “Savan’s story is so brilliant that no one (besides yours truly) could make up anything this good.”

For more information, or to read excerpts from the diary, visit the WheelMan Press website at www.WheelManPress.com. You may contact Gregory Banks via email at press@bddesignonline.com.
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