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Roving Reporter

Roving Reporter

Kiev Rosa

I did not see any proof of this story by myself. I don't believe it and I know that

many people describe this exaggerated story in the magazines or newspaper trying

to make good money.

Chov Vibol

What people have described should exist. I believe these things exist in the universe

and come here unexpectedly. People should learn magic from aliens.

Chun Chinan

I don't think so. This tale is an untrue story. I'd believe it if I could see it

with my own eyes. But this is just a story.

Ri Charanay

I heard the people talk about the alien and I see some stories about it.I believe

in this kind of story but sometimes I'm not sure because I did not see them myself.

Boy Sreymon

Sometimes I believe and sometimes I don't because the things that happen are reasonable

but sometimes I don't believe them because I haven't seen them myself.

Chea Narak

Some people believe this story but as for me I don't believe because I have not seen

it with·my own eyes and it would be very amazing if an alien came here.

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