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Eustace McGill

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Eustace McGill
Born 12 March 1898(1898-03-12)
Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, U.K.
Died October 1973 (75)
Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, U.K.

Eustace Herbert McGill (March 12, 1898 - October 1973) was an English inventor who claimed in 1947 reports of the Sydney, Australia-based Sun newspaper that he and a friend, Tom Richards, had designed, built, and flown flying saucers that were spotted in early July by witnesses in Sydney, and that these saucers were propelled by perpetual energy machines, described as "a few wheels and some ball-bearings," which he had likewise devised. The newspaper further reported that McGill's statement that he believed Richards had taken one of the saucers abroad ("to Siberia or Northern Finland"), and may have established a syndicate to develop them, so explaining foreign sightings of flying saucers during the same time.

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