reply to post by IsaacKoi
Great thread and a challenge that will hopefully be taken up by ATS. You've covered so much that it's hard to add anything substantial.
The back catalogue of NICAP publications is available from UFO Document Archive.
Many of the accounts
in these journals can be cross-checked in the Project Blue Book Archive.
I think the site's worth repeating
to add some advice on how to use the search function.
When searching for incidents, it's useful to use a variety of search terms. For example, known dates sometimes draw blanks, but rearranging the
numerals in the search can get results. Likewise, locations can be unpredictable. The 'jump' button at the top of the site can be interesting as
unexpected files about little-known encounters appear.
The Project Grudge Reports are also available at this link.
(latterly Blue Book) dismissed the notion of 'flying saucers' and UFOs, some of their content makes fascinating reading and well worth the effort to
Project Grudge Status Report 3
Project Grudge Status Report 5
These two are from Project Grudge Status Report 8
Funny how the myth continues that astronomers have never seen UFOs and here we are in the early '50s with unknowns being sighted by astronomers.
saw them and
numbered 62 astronomers out of 1356 respondents who
claimed to have seen 'unknowns' that were beyond their understanding.
Regarding the Tehran Incident, I collected statements, sketches, documents etc into a 32 page pdf and uploaded it a few days ago at
1976 Tehran UFO Incident (documents, sketches, interviews etc)
The back-catalogue of MUFON and Skylook journals are available as a torrent if people search "MUFON Skylook journals torrent." There are more than 500
I hope ATSers seize the opportunity to make use of all the sources you've posted and shift the tide away from the YT threads.
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