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"The April 25, 1988 issue of The New Yorker carried an interview where Senator Barry Goldwater, who had a deep interest in UFOs, said he repeatedly asked his friend, Gen. Curtis LeMay, if there was any truth to the rumors that UFO evidence was stored in a secret room at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. He also asked if he (Goldwater) might have access to the room. According to Goldwater, an angry LeMay gave him "holy hell" and said, "Not only can't you get into it but don't you ever mention it to me again."
Originally posted by seenitall
I find it very strange that a building would be still be so secretive in 2010...
A military foul up in 1947..... I can't imagine what kind of evidence you would want to keep, let alone devote a building to storage.
Originally posted by Viper2
Now what would be so secret there that even a senator couldn't see it? Why get so angry and be so secretive if there is nothing to hide? No way it was just Project Mogul.