“Landing Zone,” created by Peter Reiquam, is the title of the giant UFO-style sculpture at the Paine Field Community Park playground. It is 16 feet wide and 12 feet high. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

“Landing Zone,” created by Peter Reiquam, is the title of the giant UFO-style sculpture at the Paine Field Community Park playground. It is 16 feet wide and 12 feet high. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

UFO at Paine Field playground was left by an artist — not aliens

The flying saucer at community park in Everett is a cosmic attraction.

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