posted on May, 30 2012 @ 11:22 PM
reply to post by Shadowhawk
I was hoping to be there, but it doesn't fit my schedule. However, I'd like to say any lecture on Groom Lake that doesn't include "you know who"
or "space aliens" is a worthy lecture. Groom Lake is interesting enough without having to add wild tales.
Whenever I think of Annie Jacobsen I can just vomit. All the good information that woman was fed, and she wrote that pile of rubbish. After burning
the Road Runners, it will be unlikely they will want to put in the same effort with a better author.
Incidentally, I started on "X-Plane Crashes" (Merlin and Moore). One of the nice things in the book is the official crash photos are of decent
quality. When you file FOIAs, the crash report photos are barely there. They are some print out of a microfiche that used a Xerox of the original
photo, at best!. The book has what looks like the official photographs from the USAF photographer.