Well its really my first post on ats, so dont be to hard on me. I am one of the many that awaits further progress in this thread. In the waiting time
I have been snoobing around on my own, and got 2 small inputs to the thread.
1) As I am located in Denmark I took a little time to see if I could find out about the debris from Denmark, recovered in the 40's. Well bottom line,
no information around. The danish organisation sufoi did not have anything on it either, but maybe those documents are taken out of context, not much
info beside the pics and the text that it was recovered in Denmark. Apperently just after the war, we should bear in mind that Denmark isnt that far
from old East-Europe, and the term sauges was used for any disc form flying object, even the experiments by the Horton brothers, the Island of
Bornholm (a danish island), was occupied by Russian forces after the war, and was first liberated nearly a year later then the rest of Denmark, maybe
recovered hear after the russians left ?
But with the info availeble for my parts its pure speculation.
2) The piece recovered by Bob White and the story about the recovery, made me think a little, because reading around I remembered something that might
be of the same nature. and I re-found it in the dokument :
transcipt of the section reads :
Unidentified aircraft at marignane airfield -- Nice, Nice-Matis, 9 jan 54
Shortly after 2100 hours on 4. january, a round luminous machine, coming from the south, landed at Marignane airfield in Bouches-du-Rhone Department.
There was only one witness present at the field. The machine disappeared while he was telephoning the control tower. Careful acrutiny of the runway in
the morning turned up a few pieces of metallic debris ...... etc etc.
In my eyes there are many similarities in that story and the Bob White, so maybe it isnt uncommon for a kind of "crafts" to leave "debris" when
taking of again.
just my 2cents from the waiting time, well really 2 øre (I am danish).
All the best
[Mod edit: Link format - Jak]
[edit on 17/1/08 by JAK]