Saturday, January 10, 2015


As you know, Macon, Georgia is currently experiencing the after effects of a major alien invasion from outer space. Part of the effects of this invasion was a tsunami that washed trash all over downtown Macon, only a block from St. Joseph Church. The aliens have taken over dead bodies and are indistinguishable from us true citizens.

Fortunately, we did not have trash from the tsunami wash up the hill where St. Joseph is, although the wind that brought us cold weather on Wednesday did bring some debris to us. We did not need to board up our church either, a beacon to the poor true citizens of Macon who are in need of spiritual solace and comfort during this dreadful post-apocalyptic time.

Here are more pictures from Saturday morning Macon Telegraph. The only question is, "who is in charge of the Telegraph, aliens or citizens?" I shutter to venture a guess! This is too much folks. I'm afraid!

Keep in mind, this is not a movie set, but an actual business area a block from where I type that looked nothing like this a week ago at this time. It was a nice street with loft apartments and active businesses below! This can happen to you where you live too. It's coming!

This is a photo of what the aliens look like which reminds me of the 1950's sci/fi movie "Mars attacks!" This is scary stuff people!
 Just look at how trashed the street is!
They tried to blow up this city bus!

This is looking up toward St. Joseph although  the steeple in the background belongs to the Baptist Church behind us. St. Joseph is directly to the right of if but obscured by the sky scraper:
This orange alien monster is just making a mess out of everything!


Anonymous 2 said...

Father McDonald:

I fear you are confusing the 1953 movie “War of the Worlds”

With the 1996 sci-fi spoof movie “Mars Attacks”

Neither of which, of course, is to be confused with the greatest sci-fi movie of all time “Plan 9 from Outer Space” =)

Anonymous 2 said...

Are the Kraniopods from the planet Kranos still there? Let’s hope the Klingons don’t come from Kronos to see what’s going on. Or else we’ll all be eating gagh!