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He eventually returned to active duty, but the injury gave Keyhoe persistent trouble, and, as a maior, he retired from the Marines in Ruppeltthe first head of Project Blue Bookreported that “It is rumored among magazine publishers that Don Keyhoe’s article in True was one of the most widely read and widely discussed doonald articles in history.

Report incidents as soon as possible to the nearest military installation or to Headquarters, Air Materiel Command, direct. On March 22,several brilliantly luminous objects were reported seen at Kattenau, Germany.

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In the last hundred years, there have been many such reports from all parts of the world. Fire Officer’s Guide to Disaster Control. As on the Earth, they might hear a hodgepodge of tongues. But regardless of how much Project Saucer already knew, this evidently was a jolt. He was told the only other plane near by was a Piper Cub.

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Which villain would come out on top? True put the question to a number of those who believe the disks come from space. Confusing, contradictory explanations followed the Fort Knox affair. United States Naval Academy. Filmography by Job Trailers and Videos.

Sighted just before sunrise, they were described as rising from the horizon and moving from east to west. Before we are ready for interplanetary travel, we will have to harness some tremendous power not now available — perhaps cosmic rays.

After some investigation, Keyhoe became convinced that the flying saucers were real. Such an advance which the Air Force has convincingly denied would require an almost incredible leap in technical progress even for American scientists and designers. As the object vanished, Chiles went back into the cabin to check with the passengers.

Most witnesses never heard of the other cases. Such endorsements only cemented the belief, held by some observers, that the Air Force’s mixed messages about UFOs were due to a cover up. It swept across their course, silhouetted against a brilliant evening sky. InKeyhoe managed a very popular coast-to-coast tour by Charles Lindbergh.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Both he and Whitted agreed it was as bright as a magnesium flare. Or it might have a civilization far in advance of the Earth.

Five disks, sighted by Fred M. He also produced the lead novel for all three issues of a short-lived magazine called Dr.


Most had been asleep or were drowsing. For the past years, the planet Earth has been under systematic close-range examination by living, intelligent observers from another planet.


Chiles and Whitted were highly respected pilots. The public has been told about plans for a five-thousand-mile guided missile, cosmic-ray research, our donalc for atomic-powered aircraft, even a Moon rocket — stuff that not long ago was pure fantasy. Official gazettes and scientific magazines carried similar reports. Assuming the existence of the flying disk, the rest would be fairly simple.

Writer Self Archive footage. In some instances, they would have been flying against the wind, at terrific speed. T he three fighter pilots chased the mysterious object for half an hour — Mantell for thirty-five minutes. majof

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After five minutes, they broke off and landed at Godman. Nine flying disks sighted by Captain E. Knight featured in a number of adventure stories set in the s when the stories were written.

Gale Group It is the opinion of several engineers and pilots whom True has questioned that an F, a sturdy war-tested fighter, starting a dive from 20, feet would not have disintegrated so thoroughly. Mantell reported that the thing was climbing and making speed equal to his, which he said was m. On maor take-off, their present swift acceleration would undoubtedly kill anyone inside.

So there is the Mantell case, to date.