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FOIA: Albuquerque, NM ball-shaped object + Project Twinkle Final Report title page

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posted on Nov, 19 2007 @ 05:34 PM
Report of Albuquerque of ball shaped object + Title Page of Project Twinkle Final Report
Two individuals saw a ball shaped object, shining white appearance, descended rapidly to the horizon, labeled insufficient evidence + Title Page for Project Twinkle Final Report

Document date: 1951-03-12
Department: Atmospheric Physics Laboratory?
Author: L. Elterman
Document type: Brief report
pages: 2


Archivist's Notes: First page is a brief report labeled 'insufficient data.' Second page looks like the title page to a larger document: Project Twinkle Final Report by L. Elterman, approved by P.H. Wyckoff, Chief of the Atmospheric Physics Laboratory, dated November 27, 1951

posted on Nov, 19 2007 @ 05:45 PM
While the evidence in this particular piece is not massive, it does bear some resemblance to the occurance atSandia Base in March of '49.

The description of a meteor-like object or luminous ball of light correlates to the aforementioned description in the thread. The only difference that I could recognize was the addition that this particular sighting mentioned the object descending to the horizon quickly, where the others mentioned the object traveling slower than a shooting star, but not being able to tell whether the object was moving towards or away from the whitnesses.

This similarity between this event and the events that happened in 1949 should not go unrecognized.

[edit on 11/19/07 by Don Wahn]

posted on Nov, 20 2007 @ 05:52 AM
--Date: 12 March 1951

--Report from Aluquerque, NM by two individuals.

--Ball shaped object.

--Shining white appearance.

--Object descended rapidly to horizon.

That's about as detailed is gets. VERY little information here.

I agree with previous poster in regards to resemblances to earlier reports.



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