His Ghost Visits Me

As I turned the key and unlocked the door I remembered that my Father was dead.

Coming home late at night from work, I could hear Dad playing Rouvan's "My Own True Love", as I parked my car in its spot. Rouvan was singing much too loudly for the this late an hour. I rushed to lift the arm off of the spinning disc on Dad's turntable.

The last record that he listened to before he died was still on his record player. I frantically searched for the power switch to turn it off. It was not on. The arm went back. The record began spinning. Rouvan resumed his song. I tried to turn down the volume. It was all the way down already. I went to unplug it. It was not plugged in. I needed to sit down and grabbed the back of Dad's big leather desk chair.

"Everything always has a logical explanation", I could hear Dad's voice saying in my mind as I started to sit down. But as I started to sit, I saw a box sitting there in the chair. I picked it up and read the label. It was the the box containing the urn of Dad's ashes.

I was still deep in mourning at his loss. My Brother, Bruce, had brought his ashes to my home earlier that night while I was at work, and dropped them off. He sat them down in Dad's chair, at Dad's desk, where Dad always could be found at all hours of the day and night.

The brutal truth of my father now reduced to this box of ashes was devastating. I took up the box, hugged it tight, and laid down to weep. Rouvan began to sing more softly and more quietly, until I was lulled to sleep. My Dad came to me in the comforting and beautiful dream I finally awoke from. He might make stuff happen, he said, but it was just to let me know he was still there, watching over me, as he always has, all of my life. He has continued to do so during each of my days since his death. So I do not become afraid , when he puts his hand on my shoulder and spins me around to catch my attention. We still carry on long discussions during all hours of the day and night, and electrically connect within deep lucid dreams.

I gave Dad's big leather desk chair to my brother. He says that he often sees Dad sitting in that chair.

(This is a photo of my Father and I, at dawn, on the Giza Plateau in Egypt, in front of the Pyramids. Dad "photo-shopped" in the lightning,-- to add the intense dimension of electricity we both felt charging between us, in this exact place, at this exact moment.---)

Photo Credits: All photos used in this lens are my personal pictures except for the painting of the Mona Lisa as an alien. All rights reserved


He Believed He Was One

I think Dad photo shopped this but he won't admit it It was 3 AM in the morning. I was awoken with the sounds of my father up and getting dressed. I crawled bleary eyed, out of my warm nest of covers, and pulled on a robe.

“Where are you going?” I asked him, observing that he was fully dressed for the cold morning, and was ready to go out, —just lacking his car keys. He was fumbling through his things on his desk, looking for them. I was grabbing my purse, moccasins, and pulling on my jeans.
“Where are you going Dad?”
“I do not know.” he said, sitting down on his bed.
“I dreamed that I had to go somewhere and find something important. .”
“Where? I asked, sitting on the floor by his bed, and pulling on my moccasins, one by one.
” I do not know”. He said again. “But I had a dream. It was all in coded number sequences. Alien coded number sequences. I tried hard to memorize the numbers and understand the code but the alphabet was Alien, and I could not remember the code. But it has to do with a reward for the quest of the recorded music that I completed for Them. ”

The events of the day that lead up to this Bizarre moment, were just as bizarre in themselves. Dad and I had taken a stroll through the snowy streets into downtown Reno, Nevada. Glistening snow covered everything.
Our late night walk home was beautiful. When we got home we found that we had been robbed. An enormous bulk of Dad’s recorded dvd music collection was missing. A hollow, gaping hole stared out vacantly from where Dad’s life time collection of music had been. We looked outside for foot prints in the snow which should have been there. But there were none. There were no signs of forced entry.
“It was the Aliens”, Dad said. “It was my assignment all along to collect the history of music on earth for Them. It was my Task. The discs were theirs and they came and got them.”
Dad did not care to file a robbery report or to even speak of filing one.
We spoke no more of the robbery.
But at 3: AM the following morning, Dad drove us out into the middle of the dark Nevada Dessert, into the middle of nowhere. Suddenly Dad swerved sharply off of the freeway onto a narrow graveled apron. He parked the car. We got out.
“We are here.” He said.


A Paleolithic Petroglyph Site

Ancient Petroglyphs All around us miles of nothingness stretched out in the darkness. We began walking and finally reached a
a mammoth square outcropping of granite rock.

The enormous and very square granite edifice jutting up from the desert was an overwhelming sight to behold. It looked unnaturally hewn from the stone heart of the earth. We climbed quickly up onto the broad, flat, table top mesa, and looked all about us at the breathtaking vista. The sun was just peeping up over the horizon in the east, painting the sky in glorious colors. In the dawn light, we began to see that the entire edifice was covered with petroglyphs. I felt strange and powerful energies emanating from the site.

I dug my note book and pen out of my purse, and began madly sketching the petroglyphs.

“That will not do you any good,” he said. “No one can read these symbols anymore. The symbols are not the message. The message is that that they have been here since the beginning of time.”

But of course I went directly to the Indian Counsel in Reno to assist in translation of the symbols. I learned that these symbols are not Native American but date from the Paleolithic Era —”Cave Man Days”.

This is a nearly four-acre site, located three miles east of the city of Reno. It was a significant central meeting and fishing site for American Indian tribes. The rocky granite outcropping is located along Interstate 80, between the Interstate 80 and the Truckee River and near Sparks, and Reno Nevada. The site has over 200 panels of paleolithic- age petroglyphs.

If you zoom in close on this picture of my grand niece & nephew here, You can see the Petroglyph carvings of this ancient site.

My Father chose to be buried here. And so he was.


And so we did.

When alive, Dad shared his site with his family, taking us all to experience the energies and power of this phenomenal place. Everyone visiting here could feel the power and energies emanating from this ancient place.


Family Gatherings at Dad's Power Place are always Spiritual experiences in celebrating life.

This image shows us visiting Dad’s grave. It is at the entrance of that arch shaped alcove set back into the edifice. Inside the alcove is a natural stone bench where Dad loved to sit and commune with the energies of this place.

Petroglyphs of the Nevada Desert

Date From the Paleolithic Era

Paleolithic Petroglyphs of Nevada

Dad Always Believed He Was an Alien

His life was filled with strange and supernatural experiences.

All Dad’s life, since a small child, he believed that he came from somewhere else other than earth. He believed that his real parents were aliens from another planet. He never believed that he came from where he was suppose to have come from, or that his parents were actually his real parents. His life was filled with too many unsolved mysteries for him to believe otherwise. He continued believing this up to the day that he died. I have always had a hard time believing this but street lights went out when he walked under them and he could operate his computer by moving the cursor with his mind. At blackjack Dad was phenomenally uncanny and could tell what cards were where in the deck. Dad was, all at the same time: an Air Force jet engine mechanic and instructor; a chaplain’s assistant, a Baptist Minister, a father helping to raise his children, and a detective for the ACME Agency. He came across a bizarre painting of an alien on the internet one day and told me: “This is what my real mother actually looks like!”
He saved this picture on his computer. It is a painting of the Mona Lisa as an Alien. I have posted it in the poll below. I do not know who the artist is, as Dad has had it on his computer for many years, but I am trying to find the artist so I can credit it. Anyone having any any information on this painting, please let me know.

My father’s life was filled with strange and supernatural stories. To preserve his memory, I plan to write about all of them here.

My Father's Memorial Site

Among the pictures here is the alien Dad believed looked like his real mother

Dad's Memorial Website

Click on photo gallery to find this picture.
Jess Comer Memorial Website

My Father Told Us Ghost Stories

But they were his own true paranormal experiences.

This is me, my baby sister, and my Dad. He read us bedtime stories every night and told us his own stories every evening.

Note here that he had a very elongated skull.

After the loss of his music collection on that snowy night, Dad started all over again, transferring his life’s work of recorded reel to reel music onto CD’s again. So I still have his complete collection in tact. It consists of the top hits and most popular songs of each year from 1935 to 2008, with 1 disc for each year. He also has a very extensive recorded collection of lullabies from around the world and from throughout time. He believed that the origin of song came from mothers singing to their babies.

What Do You Think?

Dad believed this painting looked like his real mother

painting of the Mona Lisa as an Alien

Are Aliens Among Us?

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  • seriousnuts Mar 22, 2014 @ 11:35 am
    Sorry for your loss. He sounds like a wonderful dad.
    There are so many mysteries around us, anything is possible.
  • sierradawn Apr 26, 2014 @ 7:52 pm
    Thank you so much for your heart-felt comment. You are deeply appreciated!
  • KonaGirl Feb 17, 2014 @ 1:34 pm
    They have been among us longer than most realize.
  • sierradawn Feb 24, 2014 @ 7:16 pm
    I concur. Thank you KonaGirl!
  • MohanBabuOhMan Jan 19, 2014 @ 12:16 pm
    There is warmth in the way you have described your dad and his beliefs, Few things may be beyond our scope to fully understand. It is such mysteries that enrich our lives if taken in the right spirit. Thanks for sharing a very sweet part of your dad's life.
  • alfonsogomea Jan 19, 2014 @ 7:00 am
    hi i like very much the respect you show to your father ... a very interesting history
  • linhah Jan 17, 2014 @ 11:20 pm
    I enjoyed reading about your dad, very nice.
  • sierradawn Jan 18, 2014 @ 11:39 pm
    Thank you for your visit, linha. I am pleased to meet you.
  • Graceonline Jan 17, 2014 @ 5:23 pm
    Just stopped back by to congratulate you on your LOTD! A.W.E.S.O.M.E.! And if I remember correctly, your second in as many weeks, yes? You are definitely one we must all watch. I am thrilled for you.
  • sierradawn Jan 18, 2014 @ 11:41 pm
    Thank you so much for your sweet comment, Graceonline! Seeing your smiling face always makes me smile!
  • CHANGECOACHER Jan 17, 2014 @ 11:07 am
    I don't know why this duplicated....
  • sierradawn Jan 17, 2014 @ 12:15 pm
    They say that everything happens for a reason!
  • CHANGECOACHER Jan 17, 2014 @ 11:05 am
    Thanks for sharing your father. How fortunate you are to have him in your life....and he, you! I'm still waiting for the spaceship that left me here to return and take me back to my people...
  • sierradawn Jan 17, 2014 @ 12:14 pm
    "All good things come to those who wait!" You are definitely out of this world! The positivity you always shine is such a bright light!
  • CHANGECOACHER Jan 17, 2014 @ 11:05 am
    Thanks for sharing your father. How fortunate you are to have him in your life....and he, you! I'm still waiting for the spaceship that left me here to return and take me back to my people...
  • sierradawn Jan 17, 2014 @ 12:17 pm
    Thank you so much for your sweet comment! Yes I feel very blessed and very thankful for my blessings!
  • ymunro Jan 17, 2014 @ 12:50 am
    What an interesting lens. I do believe we can't be the only beings in the universe.
  • sierradawn Jan 17, 2014 @ 4:48 am
    Thank you for visiting and sharing your thoughts, ymunro! You are appreciated!
  • nancycarol Jan 17, 2014 @ 12:48 am
    Oh and congratulations on LOTD! Your love for your father shines throughout this lens. He was a unique man, and must have loved his children a great deal.
  • sierradawn Jan 17, 2014 @ 4:47 am
    Thank you for your sweet comment nancy!
  • nancycarol Jan 17, 2014 @ 12:43 am
    Wow, a truly interesting father and lens. You must have had a very interesting life. Thanks for sharing your story.
  • sierradawn Jan 17, 2014 @ 4:46 am
    Hi nancy! I am so happy to see you here! Thank you so much for your visit, I really appreciate it!
  • Brite-Ideas Jan 17, 2014 @ 12:23 am
    Firstly, I'm so sorry your dad has passed on, my dad recently passed, and it's brutally hard (life feels very different and adjusting is taking time) - I believe that what your dad believed is possible, why not - it's pretty arrogant of the human race to think we are the be all end all in terms of life - I've had strange supernatural things happen since dad passed, and I have no doubt it was him. I hope he's ok. I worry about it. I know he's ok, but I really wish I could speak to him. I feel him, just like you feel your dad. You have a very interesting father. :)
  • sierradawn Jan 17, 2014 @ 4:44 am
    I am so sorry that your father has recently passed. It is indeed a brutally hard thing to deal with and it takes a very long time. I have been reading your beautiful tributes to your father. The verses that you have written are so exquisite. If you feel your father with you, then he is there. Sending you blessings.
  • MelaniePaige13 Jan 16, 2014 @ 11:57 pm
    I love this lens. I do believe in aliens. In fact, I've got a lens about aliens and how I think we all came from out of space. I found your fathers story very interesting, thank you for sharing :)
  • sierradawn Jan 17, 2014 @ 5:01 am
    I read your lens and found your hypothesis completely plausible. I loved what you wrote there: "We have hearts that first knew love, and souls with knowledge of hundreds of lifetimes." Thank you for sharing your thoughts!
  • DaisyDixon Jan 16, 2014 @ 10:28 pm
    I really truly enjoyed your lens, what an amazing story. I might just read it again, I've met a few people in my life who also believed in aliens. I'm not so sure, but I do believe that it is possible! Thank you for sharing this!
  • sierradawn Jan 17, 2014 @ 5:03 am
    Thank you for sharing your thoughts DaisyDixon, and for your sweet comments!
  • Kylyssa Jan 16, 2014 @ 7:18 pm
    I find your respect for your father's beliefs touching. Whether or not your dad was an alien and whether or not you believe in aliens, you clearly believe in him.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 9:09 pm
    Thank you Kylyssa! I appreciate your visit and your sweet comment!
  • Titia Jan 16, 2014 @ 6:55 pm
    I'm very sceptic at giving unexplainable things a name. I'm not religeous and I really couldn't tell if there's more than meet our eye around us. I myself have never ever experienced strange things that couldn't be explained with reason afterwards. However it doesn't matter what I think, it matters what your father thought, it's his story you're telling us. Congrats on the LOTD.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 9:21 pm
    Thank you so much for your visit and for sharing your thoughts, Titia! You are appreciated!
  • JenwithFlash Jan 16, 2014 @ 6:44 pm
    Love this lens!! I especially like the picture with the three of you standing by the rocks with the three petroglyph people (or whatever they're called) on the right. How cool!! I didn't see them the first time I looked through the page but I saw them when I went back to find the pic that d-artist was talking about.. lol Sounds like your dad was awesome and I'm glad he let's you know that he's still there with you.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 9:24 pm
    Hi there JenwithFlash! How is Flash doing? The odd thing about this picture you are talking about is that the image you mention is not there. It showed up when the photo was developed. it was taken on a normal point and shoot camera.
  • susan-zutautas Jan 16, 2014 @ 6:42 pm
    I'm pretty much open to anything and believe that sure there could be aliens among us. Very interesting story. Congrats on your lens being chosen as LOTD!
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 9:26 pm
    Thank you so very much for your visit, susan-zutautas! You are very appreciated!
  • RenaissanceWoman2010 Jan 16, 2014 @ 5:19 pm
    Fascinated by your father and his experiences (beyond six senses). People in my region often relate phenomena that can't be explained. Our earthly understanding is very limited. Congrats on LotD!
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 6:12 pm
    I am so delighted with your visit! Thank you for your beautiful comment. It is easy to assume there are many many more things that we do not know or understand then things that we do. People did not used to believe in germs. They ridiculed those who did. Now we discover that there are more microbes in the human body than there are human cells.
  • Jan 16, 2014 @ 4:49 pm
    Interesting story. Congratulations on getting LotD!
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 5:05 pm
    Thank you so much, rauspitz!
  • d-artist Jan 16, 2014 @ 3:45 pm
    Congratulations on LOTD! An interesting read and a well told story of your dad....I'm sorry for your loss. I just want to make an observation of the photo with the flying disc...I have photos like this, but they all are reflections of the lighting in a room, I'm sure this photo is as well.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 3:59 pm
    Thank you so much for your visit and comment, d-artist. There was no lighting in the room, it was daytime. And the camera had no flash on it. I have no reason to doubt Dad about what he saw, but I will replace this picture.
  • Titia Jan 16, 2014 @ 6:49 pm
    Why should you feel to replace the picture. It's your Dad's story and whether or not we believe in it or not, is not important at all. The picture belongs in your story.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 9:30 pm
    Thank you Titia, for your sweet response! I like having the painting of Dad's alien Mona Lisa better now. I will be writing lenses to tell each of Dad's stories, so I will save that photo for the story it goes with.
  • d-artist Jan 16, 2014 @ 9:12 pm
    Oh please don't replace the picture...this was just my opinion and I'm not saying that you object is not a UFO, just my photos did have backlight show up in the reflection..everyone should make their own judgment. I personally have had unexplained experiences in my life, so I do understand.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 9:33 pm
    Thank you so very much for your kind response! Actually I am happier with the picture I replaced it with, and will save that photo for use in the story that goes with it. So it all worked out wonderfully well! I appreciate all of your thoughts and comments! Thank you!
  • 4U2C Jan 16, 2014 @ 3:24 pm
    Love this! I have read so much about these things, and they fascinate me. Great Lens!!!
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 5:07 pm
    Thank you 4U2C! You are appreciated!
  • flycatcher Jan 16, 2014 @ 1:53 pm
    Such a fascinating story! Your father must have been a very unusual man, and it sounds like he was a wonderful Dad. My condolences for your loss, and congratulations on writing such a moving tribute to him.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 5:08 pm
    Thank you for your beautiful comment, flycatcher!
  • JoanneReid Jan 16, 2014 @ 1:46 pm
    What a fabulous lens. Thank you for sharing your father's story here.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 5:10 pm
    Thank you for visiting, JoanneReid. You are appreciated!
  • lyndamakaracreations Jan 16, 2014 @ 1:32 pm
    Wow, that's a freaky photo. It looks like a blue Mona Lisa with Spock ears.

    Your dad sounds like a very fascinating man. You made a nice tribute to him here and on your website.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 5:13 pm
    Thank you lyndamakaracreations! I am delighted to meet you! The painting is the Mona Lisa, most definitely, but depicted as an alien. If anyone can find out who the artist is, will they please let me know.
  • ItayasDesigns Jan 16, 2014 @ 12:38 pm
    Very glad your father keeps you company to this day. I went to his memorial site to see the photo you spoke of and couldn't find it. Thank you for sharing his story with us all. :)
  • JoanneReid Jan 16, 2014 @ 1:49 pm
    It's on the second photo page. Look at the photos and you will see a link to the second page - photos 51-67.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 6:16 pm
    Thank you JoanneReid. I just went and moved it to the top of the first page so that it would be easier to find.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 6:15 pm
    I went to the site and moved the picture to the top so that it is easier to find. Thank you so much for bringing this to my attention! And thank you for your visit and comment! You are so appreciated and I am happy to meet you.
  • Denmarkguy Jan 16, 2014 @ 12:14 pm
    I can definitely relate... I believe there are many things we simply don't know YET; including many things now regarded as "supernatural." Maybe your dad was an alien, maybe a so-called "hybrid." Just because we-- at this moment-- have no conclusive proof doesn't mean it's not possible. Before we had conclusive proof of little wiggly things in a petri dish, we believed that people who got suddenly ill and died was "the work of Satan." Now we know they are viruses.... see where I'm going with this?
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 6:19 pm
    Thank you Denmarkguy! I appreciate your visit and your great comment. People used to ridicule those who believed in germs when they were first discovered. There are so many more things we do not know than there are things that we do.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 6:31 pm
    "Louis Pasteur's theory of germs is ridiculous fiction." ~Pierre Pachet (French Professor of Physiology) 1872
  • Merrci Jan 16, 2014 @ 11:18 am
    Congrats on LotD. Enjoyed your lens so much What a sweet tribute!
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 6:33 pm
    Thank you Merrci! What a sweet comment!
  • ElaineMarlowe Jan 16, 2014 @ 11:10 am
    What a wonderful story. I get the impression that you and your father were very close. That is so special.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 6:35 pm
    Thank you ElaineMarlowe! Yes, my father was my best friend and confidant and my hero.
  • Canterburybelle Jan 16, 2014 @ 11:05 am
    Thanks for sharing your dad's story. I think it's brave to share it, and I too believe there is alien parentage in our human ancestry.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 6:39 pm
    I am so very thrilled to meet you, Canterburybelle! Thank you so much for your visit and comment. I had much trepidation about doing this story. I did not set out to write it at all. I was trying to do my Squidoo Bio. But it turned into this before I realized what was happening so I just went with it. Many may disapprove but I felt that this story needed to be told.
  • wdeal1 Jan 16, 2014 @ 11:02 am
    This is a great lens and I love the stories and partly belive some of them
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 6:40 pm
    Thank you so much for your visit, wdeal1! I appreciate your visit and your thoughts!
  • serendipity831 Jan 16, 2014 @ 10:19 am
    Just stopping by again to say congratulations on LOTD!
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 6:41 pm
    Thank you serendipity831! You are so appreciated!
  • lollyj Jan 16, 2014 @ 9:54 am
    Sorry for the multiple posting. Don't know why that happened.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 6:44 pm
    Probably because it is such a beautiful thought! Thoughts have a life of their own.
  • lollyj Jan 16, 2014 @ 9:54 am
    I loved this intriguing lens and your dad's story. I've always believed that love transcends everything -- time, space, death, everything -- and your story is the perfect example of that.
    Congrats on LOTD.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 6:42 pm
    Thank you so very much for your beautiful comment, lollyj! I am so happy to meet you!
  • lollyj Jan 16, 2014 @ 9:54 am
    I loved this intriguing lens and your dad's story. I've always believed that love transcends everything -- time, space, death, everything -- and your story is the perfect example of that.
    Congrats on LOTD.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 6:46 pm
    "love transcends everything -- time, space, death, everything --" This is such a true beautiful thought! Thank you!
  • lollyj Jan 16, 2014 @ 9:54 am
    I loved this intriguing lens and your dad's story. I've always believed that love transcends everything -- time, space, death, everything -- and your story is the perfect example of that.
    Congrats on LOTD.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 6:48 pm
    I believe there is a reason that your beautiful comment got itself posted in a multiple of 3, lollyj! Thank you for your beautiful thoughts.
  • esmonaco Jan 16, 2014 @ 9:52 am
    What a wonderful tribute to your Dad and his beliefs, perhaps he was here for a special reason. Your wrting has shown your unconditional love for him and what he believed in, and I think that is beautiful. Congratulations on LOTD!!
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 7:39 pm
    Thank you for your lovely comment esmonaco! I am happy to meet you! You are appreciated!
  • eva_writes Jan 16, 2014 @ 9:44 am
    I'm sorry for your dad. You wrote a beautiful article about him, I hope he can see it from somewhere.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 7:40 pm
    Thank you for your visit, eva_writes. I am happy to meet you! I feel that Dad can see this article, and that actually he was with me when I wrote it.
  • penny-richens Jan 16, 2014 @ 9:23 am
    To live in Nevada is to believe in UFOs and extra terrestrials. I lived there for six years myself. I don't spend a lot of time thinking about it, because it's just a given. I've seen lights over the desert, I've had weird experiences, and while I don't know what it was I don't discount that it was from somewhere else.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 7:42 pm
    I think that you are so right: : "To live in Nevada is to believe in UFOs and extra terrestrials". We do get more than our share of strange things going on in our Nevada skies! Thank you so much for your visit and lovely comment, penny-richens! I am happy to meet you!
  • campingman Jan 16, 2014 @ 9:21 am
    Your Father sounds like a really amazing guy. Your lens is a very fitting tribute to his life and legacy. Thanks for sharing and congratulations on earning the Purple Star Award as well as the Lens of the Day award.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 7:43 pm
    Thank you so very much for your visit and beautiful comment, campingman! I am delighted to meet you!
  • 3michi Jan 16, 2014 @ 8:54 am
    Your father sounds like an amazing man, and he left such an amazing legacy. :)
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 8:35 pm
    Thank you for your sweet comment, 3michi! You are very appreciated!
  • StephenJParkin Jan 16, 2014 @ 8:03 am
    The facts speak for themselves. There are 50,000+ stars in our solar system alone that could support life just like our Sun and the Earth. Therefore it is extremely likely that aliens not only exist but that some of them have evolved to the state where they can travel in space and time. Stephen Hawking for one does not believe that time is a constant , if he is right time travel is a possibility and therefore it is extremely likely that some aliens could and have visited us here on Earth.

    I for one would love to meet real aliens to see and hear just what more than us they have learned about the origins of time and the Universe.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 8:40 pm
    I am thrilled to meet you, StephenJParkin! Thank you for your visit and thoughtful comment. I agree with Stephen Hawking's theory on time. And as Carl Sagan puts it in "Contact", if we are alone, it would sure be a big waste of space."
  • Jan 16, 2014 @ 7:23 am
    congrats on lotds..this will remain an unsolved mystery...
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 8:41 pm
    Thank you very much for your visit and comment, AilynK! You are so appreciated!
  • ShirlW Jan 16, 2014 @ 5:56 am
    What a fascinating read and well deserved LotD! Congratulations!
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 8:42 pm
    I am so pleased to meet you, ShilW! Thank you for your sweet comment!
  • LynnKK Jan 16, 2014 @ 5:42 am
    Your family is lucky to have you and your enthusiastic work to memorialize your dad.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 8:42 pm
    What a sweet comment! Thank you LynnKK!
  • MJPickled Jan 16, 2014 @ 3:40 am
    Thanks for sharing! I have been watching shows about aliens lately. One of my favorites is ancient aliens, it's about ancient cultures that have had aliens visit they in the past and have helped their civilizations in someway. They show their documentation of the alien visits for example cave or temple drawings. Very interesting.
  • sierradawn Jan 16, 2014 @ 8:45 pm
    I love the History Channel's "Ancient Aliens" series too. I have been watching it, and all of the other alien shows this channel presents, for years.
  • grammieo Jan 16, 2014 @ 12:14 am
    We are all spiritual beings on a human journey, maybe we are alien beings on a human journey......I don't know, but love is love and you have shown that to us. Thank you!

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