posted on Mar, 8 2006 @ 10:17 AM
This is true VB did in fact have first hand knowledge of the crash debris.
But I dont think it was for very long, it was straight and to the point.
Have you ever seen anything like this before..
VB: No its very unusual.
Have you ever seen materials like this before.
VB: No I dont think so, it is quite peculiar, we will need to study this
At any point in your works in Germany did you ever come into contact with anything similar.
VB: No I can not say that I have, HE was always interested in the "society" that strongly believed there was some connection and there were rumors
that things like this may exist, but no I have never seen any proof such as this.
You understand that this is a matter of National Security and like all other matters what you have seen here today must not be conveyed outside of
VB: I understand
Side Note: VB was not associated with the Horten Brothers I believe. And the ARMY at the time wanted to see if VB had any knowledge of stuff they were
trying to track down.
During the begining of Paperclip I think in late 46 or early 47 them attempted to locate some of the staff that worked with the Horten Brothers. There
was one person that they had questioned before he was taken "employed" by the Russians. He had retold an account of a special project that
"xxxxxx" (redacted I dont know his name and the only reference I saw had a code word for him) had assembled what was essentially a radio controlled,
atomic powered "aircraft" that used a high output electrical motor, an internal gymbol steering device and a type of rotating fan device for
During their tests they discovered they could not produce enough lift to arm this craft, it was hoped to fit it with cannons of some sort but that did
not work out.
Additionally they could not figure out the cooling completely so after about 20 minutes in flight the craft would essentially self destruct, not so
much explode but rather melt. As it reached the upper operating temperature they lost all radio control with the craft and they began to fly
automatically and erratically until they ceased to operate.
While in operation the high voltage exchange between the atomic power source and the electric motor would glow a hot blue color, that as the rotating
fan assembly would turn would allow blue light to escape from the vent ports around the outer edge of the craft body.
It was said that the craft was capable of reaching speeds of up to 768kmh or more.
With the lack of armormant and unpredictable control nature they ending up being little more then a light show, must of the units that were produced
were thought to end up a melting lumo in the english channel somewhere and quite possibly could be still emitting radioactive isotopes into the
[edit on 8-3-2006 by robertfenix]