Originally posted by Kandinsky
Why do we keep reading all this stuff?
Thanks for the replies and that's a very good question - probably because there still remains lots
of unanswered questions about the UFO
subject and many of the 'official' government UFO explanations are completely spurious, contrived or just plain ridiculous
Talking of unanswered questions - I´d still be interested to hear Jim´s opinion on this:
reply to post by JimOberg
Found these interesting
statements in the Keyhoe archives concerning the Washington radar visual sightings of 1952 and was wondering what your opinions were on the official
explanation of it all being down to 'temperature inversions'.
"There is no other conclusion I can reach but that for six hours on the morning of the 20th of July, 1952 there were at least ten
unidentifiable objects moving above Washington....I can safely deduce that they performed gyrations which no known aircraft could perform. By this I
mean that our scope showed that they could make right angle turrns and complete reversals of flight".
Senior Air Route Traffic Controller Harry Barnes.
"I saw several bright lights. I was at my maximum speed, but even the I had no closing speed...Later I chased a single bright light which I estimated
about ten miles away. I lost visual contact with it at about two miles".
Lt William Patterson, F-94 Pilot who chased UFOs over Washington DC, 1952.
The 1952 UFO Sighting Wave, Part 1 (pdf)
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