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A strange thing happened in June 1970 when the two witnesses revisited the site
together with a Swedish journalist, a photographer and an interpreter; the hands of
the three strangers suddenly became red, and Heinonen had to leave the site with a
At 3:00 a.m. (MST) - 4:00 a.m. Levelland time - November 3, two military policemen on routine patrol at the White Sands missile range, reported an egg-shaped UFO which descended over the base.
Cpl. Glenn H. Toy and Pfc. James Wilbanks, patrolling in a jeep, noticed a "very bright object" high in the sky. The object descended to a point about 50 yards above a bunker which was used during the first atomic bomb explosion. Then its light blinked out. A few minutes later the light flared up again, becoming bright "like the sun," dropped toward the ground on a slant about 3 miles away and disappeared. According to Lt. Penney, the M.P.'s described the UFO as egg-shaped, and about 75-100 yards in diameter. Cpl. Toy stated: "It looked like a completely controlled landing."
That evening, about 8:00 p.m., Sp. 3/C Forest R. Oakes and Sp. 3/C Barlow, on another two-man jeep patrol, reported seeing an unidentified light hanging above the old A-bomb bunker. Oakes described it as "200 or 300 feet long. . . very bright." The patrol was about 2-3 miles west of the bunker. As the M.P.'s watched, the UFO took off climbing at a 45 degree angle, its light pulsating on and off. Moving slowly, sometimes stopping, the UFO gradually diminished to a point of light "like a big star," and finally disappeared.
About 17 hours after the second jeep patrol sighting at White Sands, James Stokes, a high altitude research engineer at the base, watched an elliptical UFO maneuver over the area. Stokes also looked up and saw a large, whitish egg-shaped object moving in and out of clouds to the northeast, in the direction of the Sacramento Mountains, The UFO made a shallow dive, turned and crossed the highway a few miles ahead. As the UFO flashed by, Stokes felt a wave of heat. (His face later appeared "sunburned.")
Moving at fantastic speed, the featureless object turned sharply and disappeared over the Organ Pass west of the base. In a taped interview broadcast on station KALG, Stokes estimated the speed at 2500 mph.It was "definitely a solid object," he said.
The Army jeep patrols sightings were evaluated as "astronomical." The release said:
"Astro plots indicate Venus is at magnitude at the time, place and direction of the first patrol's observation, and the Moon, with scattered clouds, was in general direction of the second patrol's observation."
Originally posted by converge
This is a little side note, but I think there's a high probability that the unknown craft in the Cash-Landrum incident was actually some secret project that apparently employed a very rudimentary or dirty nuclear propulsion system.
Assuming this was the case, it makes it even worse for the Air Force/Military that had no problem in covering up an incident that negatively impacted the health and lives of three innocent civilians, one of them being a child.
Originally posted by TheMadHatter
I agree. What I don’t understand though is why they were going near people and causing radiation burns or poisoning. I’m sure they were aware of the damage these crafts can inflict on living things so what was going through their head? Just bizarre.
Originally posted by ImaginaryReality1984
reply to post by TheMadHatter
I love to play devils advocate. So let us assess something and then assume something.
The assesment is that real, physical problems occured. These included horrible injuries the likes of which would only be possibly with exposure to refined nuclear matierals.
The assumption is that either this was caused by alien technology or highly advanced human technology. Either way this stuff needs be to exposed because it violates the known laws of physics.