posted on Nov, 20 2007 @ 11:27 AM
These appear to be two entirely unrelated documents which are linked only by the date of December 27 1949 (the date of the infamous Air Force press
release which effectively said that flying saucers were not real and which so infuriated Donald Keyhoe).
The Los Alamos report is almost unreadable and presents little evidence which hasn't been seen before, (in a generic sense at least), however, the
comic strips presented on the third and fourth pages are remarkable.
They ridicule the about face of the Project Sign/Grudge output which culminated in the Air Force's declaration that Flying Saucers posed no threat to
the USA and postulate that the burying of the initially receptive Project Sign output was as a result of the observations of Tsuneo Sahaki who claimed
to have witnessed a huge explosion on Mars which could only be the result of a nuclear explosion. (the strip uses the title "Project Saucer" which
was originally the reference used publicly for the Sign/Grudge projects).
The source of the comic strip is not given and I can not identify the artist but the tone is strongly anti establishment on the issue. The most
likely candidate is perhaps "True" which was planning to run a favourable UFO story before the AF's briefing and ultimately published much of
Donald Keyhoe's data.
Perhaps someone in the USA may recognise the artist or be able to confirm the publication which may have carried it.
Donald Keyhoe - Wikipedia
True - Wikipedia
[edit on 20-11-2007 by timeless test]