Tue 06-02-98 09:50 am


RED ROCK, N. M. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A New Mexico gemologist is selling jewelry made out of what he claims are fragments from a crashed UFO.

Jeweler David Shoemaker owns about two-and-a-half pounds of a strange glass-like material that he says was salvaged from an alien spacecraft that crashed near Red Rock, New Mexico, more than 50 years ago.

The extraterrestrial gems are transparent green and contain tiny gray spheres resembling exploding galaxies. It was originally believed the material was from a meteorite, but Shoemaker claims an analysis of the fragments reveals that they contain 54 different minerals and elements – including 3 minerals never found on Earth.

Shoemaker is currently selling raw chunks of the UFO fragments for $100 or more a gram and necklaces for $500 or more.

CONTACT: David Shoemaker, **** (serious inquiries only); Red Rock, NM; (505) ***-****

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