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Roswell, New Mexico: Home Built Mini-Saucer #2 (Gone)

One of several small homemade flying saucers in Roswell. All are different, and they serve no other apparent purpose than to spruce up someone's yard.

South edge of downtown, on the northwest corner of S. Monroe Ave. and E. Hobbs St.

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Yard UFO.

Home Built Mini-Saucer #2

This saucer has seen better days.

[EL Bastard, 07/24/2014]

As a town known for its UFO crash history, tourism and festivals, it's inevitable that props, decorations, and alien folk art has accumulated. A number of unofficial crashed flying saucers can be spotted in the yards of Roswell residents.

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