posted on Feb, 1 2008 @ 06:20 PM
Again New Mexico and Holloman AFB
The document says that sightings were considered as weather balloons or aircrafts that were flying even thought the investigations makes it clear that
the objects were flying to fast (so can't be a weather balloon which by the way was launched about an hour earlier than the time when sightings took
place. Here I'm referring to the second sighting and the first one took place few minutes before the balloon was launched). Also the fact that was
seen in the radar screen for an instant makes me think that the object either was flying to fast or 'cloaked". The second fact that dismisses the
explanation from the military is that B-29 and F-86 were flying in the opposite direction where the objects were seen to come from.
There was a recording of 200 feet of movie in 35 mm where can be seen the objects caught in few frames (unfortunately in the document those can't be
seen due to the poor quality). To this prove adds up the testimony of a very reliable observers such as captain J. J. Hinkley who at the time was
following the flight pattern of the planes through very powerful binoculars and with great weather conditions (visibility 40 miles). He identified
the objects as oval shaped.
For this report on Unidentified Flying Objects dated 29 April 1952 in Holloman AFB NW no actions were taken and the report was filed and stored as the
rest. We're talking about early fifties and especially NW known to be a ufo hotbed at the time.
In my pc the document looked very bad and I might have read something in a wrong way. I hope other archivists are reviewing this document too.