Springfield, Mo – Dickerson Park Zoo confirmed the existence of alien life forms this week as one landed and participated in the annual Halloween Spooktacular celebration. After enjoying the event, the intergalactic visitor applied to become a Friend of the Zoo (FOZ).
During the opening night, several attendees mentioned a fantastic “fake” UFO crash landing site to DPZ employees. The stories eventually made their way to Zoo officials who confirmed that they had not decorated any part of the facility with any sort of outer space theme. When zoo keepers finally arrived at the site, they found Ahlaz^, an alien, with a basket of candy and a jar containing an alien fetus.
“Ahlaz^ was very impressed with our Spooktacular,” said George Sanchez a local zoo keeper, “Ahlaz^ was very curious and wanted to know exactly how we constructed the creepy castle, prehistoric forest and the angry zoo birds exhibits. For a being who has mastered space and time travel, he really enjoyed and was mystified by the vintage carnival.”
Sanchez confirmed that he provided Ahlaz^ with a membership form to become a Friend of the Zoo. After asking about the creepy baby-in-a-jar, Ahlaz^ explained to Sanchez that male aliens care for baby life forms for the first 50 years of their lives, and the jar contained a native gas tthat provided nourishment to the growing child. “I thought that sounded pretty believable, considering I was talking to a grey,” said Sanchez.
Ahlaz^ confirmed that he and his alien baby enjoyed the fun games and the giant spider web. The FOZ membership form listed his home planet as 55 Cancri e, the diamond planet, located in the constellation of Cancer.
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