Case File 946732-155.94
A mysterious object was seen hovering over the fields and farmlands of rural Waupaca County. We were able to track the flight of this Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) to the point where it had reached the outer lying areas of New London.
The UFO was last monitored showing erratic and unstable flight characteristics, which has led this agency to the conclusion that the alien craft has suffered a crash landing in the area known as Hatten Park. An investigative team was dispatched but we have not heard from them since their last transmission from Grid A, sub-sector 35, with earthbound coordinates as follows:N 44° 22.927 W 088° 45.345
After much deliberation, it has been decided that this agency will secretly employ the help of what is known as "geocachers" to hunt down and report on their findings of this possible spacecraft. The investigative team that has become lost were sent bearing gifts and "trinkets", so it's likely that the aliens have possession of said gifts and might be willing to barter and/or trade. We will continue to search for the missing MIB agents and update this report on any progress. End of transmission.
You are looking for an alien themed .50 cal ammo can that is stuffed with all kinds of earthly and alien goodies. Although themed, there is no restriction on swag, besides trading up/even. I also hope you have a chance to watch Carl Sagan's memorable Pale Blue Dot video on Youtube. It's a great lesson in humility and perspective of our place in the cosmos. Take a moment, if you wish, to watch the video and reflect on things that are happening all around us.
Hatten Park is a beautiful and historic park, so tread lightly when seeking out this or any other cache in the park. The park is closed from 9pm to 6am. Please observe the posted curfew.
Happy caching, everyone. Nanu, Nanu.
8/11/12--The mothership for this Aliens cache has packed up and returned to somewhere in deep space. I sent out a new transmission and the aliens have agreed to send back a smaller scout vehicle and hide in a new spot.