posted on Nov, 19 2007 @ 05:38 PM
reply to post by AboveTopSecret.com
The accounts of these events definitely raise some red-flags with regard to the overwhelming validity and believeablility of the accounts presented in
this particular pdf.
Given the fact that the reports of this event were seemingly well documented and forwarded to various members up the chain of command, as well as the
good mental and military standing of the eyewhitnesses, this does provide great evidence that these luminous balls of light were indeed sighted and
observed until they disappeared from sight.
The descriptions given of the object that was sighted seem to evoke thoughts of a meteor at first, due to the description of a ball of light with a
firey tail. This is morphed as the account goes on as the eyewhitness tells of a greenish-white to blue ball which under most circumstances would not
match up with previous descriptions of a meteor.
Moreover, what also is interesting about this account is the forwarding of this information to one Charles Brooks, who is referred to as "Special
Agent". This designation is very interesting given the accounts, as after project Blue Book, the notion of UFO's was said to be squashed by the
report. This instance differs from that as why would the chain of command be forwarding this account to a FBI agent. Werent they supposed to have
washed their hands of the UFO phenomenon after Blue Book was closed? On top of that, why would a special FBI agent be receiving this if there was no
pending investigation of these events?
The evidence of these occurances is amazing, but the dots do not connect with regard to the necessity of the FBI to have this information.
If Sandia Base did not give creedance to the UFO phenomenon then why was it necessary to pass the accounts of these nights off to people that
seemingly had no interest in them?