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Originally posted by Dalbeck
reply to post by CardDown
Thank you for the link! I understood just a little bit but not everything. Maybe we should forward the video link for the interesting end part to a French member.
There is a thread on here with a lot of members who declared themselves ready to comply with translating but I can't find the thread right now
Originally posted by Dalbeck
I'm always glad to see this thread is filled with new activities
I think we are now in a stage where we can definitely rule out any "E.T." explaination for this event. It seems more than clear now it really was a governmental/ military project.
The only way to (probably) find out more would be to contact one of the known pilots as suggested some pages ago...
Originally posted by Kandinsky
It's inevitable that a road requires resurfacing more frequently than '29 year' periods so I'm not sure the conflicting information adds to the account. It only suggests that the road was resurfaced more than once and doesn't implicate dates or who resurfaced it. Perhaps if they had cored samples from a mile away and then compared county records, we'd be better placed to weigh the evidence?
Lieutenant Colonel Sarran, charged with investigating the incident, looks Colby Landrum and the crew dead in the eye and states that '23 helicopters' would need to be reported to the local Air Traffic Control and that there is no way so many helicopters could be present. He's absolutely clear about it.
Unfortunately for him, a FOIA request shows that he hand-wrote a letter, at the time, that states 'a hundred helicopters landed at Robert-Grey Airfield, at nearby Fort Hood' on the night in question.
He responds with 'I have no idea why I might have wrote that down... and explains that so many helis at a run down base wouldn't happen.
I have to say, despite how it looks, I pretty much agree with him. 100 helis landing in one night is unlikely; the document doesn't say '100 *landings* of helicopters; it says 100 helicopters landing. It's unlikely and yet there it is...
Originally posted by bluestreak53
How can you "definitely rule out any "E.T." explanation for this? I see nothing to suggest this is a "secret military test vehicle" that was either A) deliberately tested over populated civilian areas or B) the test pilot went AWOL and lead the military on some cross country chase.
I find the suggestion that this was an "atomic powered rocket engine" to be at best, amusing - because it just doesn't seem to fit any conventional "rocket" design.
Have you even solicited the opinion of any real developers who were part of the development of atomic rocket engines? (Eg: I'd be interested in the opinion of Stanton Friedman)
I suspect that some of the details of the incident have been mis-recalled or mis-reported.
I think so, too! That's why we have to think about a way to contact one of the known pilots of one of the Chinooks but I doubt he will speak on the subject.
Until there are witnesses from the military who were in those helicopters going on record to testify on the nature of this incident (what was the strange "vehicle"), I think the case will remain "unsolved".
Yes. They are covering up their own mess so to speak
I should add that the info Kandinsky supplied does appear to suggest that the military is/was involved in this and is covering it up.
The key unexplained is the vehicle itself, and it just doesn't seem to match up with a "rocket engine powered craft".
Originally posted by aliensporebomb
I remember that "Falcon" a supposed U.S. (disinfo?) agent appeared on that TV special "UFO Coverup Live" with host Mike Farrell in the 1980s responding to Cash and Landrum claiming it was an "alien craft"...
a full bird colonel being quoted off the record that they ditched this thing in the Gulf of Mexico after the encounter and some others had been similarly ditched as whatever technology we were employing was not only dirty and dangerous but not reliable either and no news on the fate of the pilots involved.