reply to post by mirageman
That is one of the most interesting UFO incidents I have ever read.
It seems quite possible to me that if the Tornado jet did crash or disappear in the vicinity of the reservoir, then it is quite possible that this
information might be covered up by the military and other civilian authorities. I found the raw video to be very persuasive that this is a major
incident with a major coverup.
Some of the information described reminds me of an incident which occurred in October 1953 when a F-94 Starfire from Otis Air Force Base, near
Falmouth, MA, experienced an explosion or fire in its engine. The pilot bailed at low altitude, but no trace of the jet or radar operator was ever
found. It was alleged that this was a UFO related incident, although no details documenting a role for the UFO are found in the USAF accident report.
The pilot managed to parachute onto land and was slightly injured and rather distressed when he was found. It was thought that the jet crashed into
nearby Buzzards Bay. They apparently dragged the bay for months after, but never found any wreckage.
This was just a month before the Kinross Incident, when a USAF F-89 jet interceptor disappeared after merging with a bogie on radar, over the middle
of Lake Superior.
One thing I've noticed in incidents like these, is that not only is the military and civilian authorities releasing contradictory explanations, but
there may be actual observations which don't rationally fit into any coherent explanation for the event. I have hypothesized that if ET intelligence
is behind these incidents, that they may be “fabricating” anomalous events that make it impossible to get a definitive explanation for what
In the case of the Kinross Incident, there are at least two such anomalies. One was that the crew of an F-89 that was in the air conducting a search
mission heard a brief radio transmission from the pilot of the missing F-89, 40 minutes after his plane disappeared off radar. One explanation might
be that the pilot was still flying his jet, but this seems highly unlikely. When the F-89 was lost off radar, its IFF signal was also lost at the same
time. At least four USAF radar stations were monitoring the area at the time.
Another related anomaly was that a railway maintenance crew heard a low flying jet and a crash some period of time after the jet disappeared. This was
about 120 miles due east of the area where the jet disappeared in a remote part of the Canadian shield. An area where you were highly unlikely to ever
hear any jet traffic in the early 1950s.
If it is possible that an advanced intelligence is involved in these incidents, then it may be possible that they actually have means of creating
phenomena (audible, visual, etc) that might make it difficult and frustrating for the military investigators to find the explanations for an
encounter, especially if the encounter resulted in the disappearance of an Air Force jet and crew (as one example).
I'd be interested to read any other material that Max Burns published on his investigation as it seems apparent that he was keenly trying to get to
the bottom of the mystery of what occurred in this incident.
edit on 31-8-2012 by bluestreak53 because: grammer