posted on Apr, 13 2013 @ 05:52 AM
To begin, let me quote project Blue Book.
Project Blue Book
As a result of these investigations and studies and experience gained from investigating UFO reports since 1948, the conclusions of Project BLUE BOOK
are (1) no UFO reported, investigated, and evaluated by the Air Force has ever given any indication of threat to our national security;(2) there has
been no evidence submitted to or discovered by the Air Force that sightings categorized as "unidentified" represent technological developments or
principles beyond the range of present-day scientific knowledge; and(3) there has been no evidence indicating that sightings categorized as
"unidentified" are extraterrestrial vehicles
Now in this 1967 case that most here are certainly aware of, I found these 4 newspaper archives.
Photos Of UFO Appear Genuine Expert Says -
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Hamburger Shaped Object Appears As Authentic UFO
- The Morning Record
UFO Expert Says Photos Authentic - The Herald
Weight Lent To UFO Pictures - The St Petersburg
An Air Force consultant said yesterday that photographs taken by Dan and Grant Jaroslaw appear real, support other sightings
One of the nations leading experts on unidentified flying objects said yesterday that photographs of a flying saucer near here last week are
Ok now on to a little bit of history. The leading expert is Dr Allen J Hynek chairman of the astronomy department of the Northern University. And he
is also a scientific advisor to the Air Forces Project Blue Book. Dr. Hynek even commented about how those photos were similar to others reported to
have the same antenna and tail end. Later Project Blue Book stated that there were never any similar UFO sightings. So who lied?
The case that I am referencing pertains to the St Clair Michigan photos from January 1967. Two teenage boys by the name of Dan and Grant Jaroslaw,
captured 4 photos of a UFO in their back yard. There was also a fifth photo of an Air Force helicopter in the area at the same time. I will include
some photos at the bottom of my thread.
Now why is it years later when project Blue Book was released to the public, those photos were "no longer authentic"? The evidence that they had back
in 1967 was good enough for at least 4 (and likely many more) newspapers to sensationalize this. Now I am aware that they never got the originals, but
these were polaroid snapshots. The copies were subjected to several tests. And the photos also have many points of reference. "There is definitely
nothing holding it up". What also adds to the photos credibility is that 4 shots were taken in succession.
What's odd is that I found the newspaper articles first and said, "hey project Blue Book said that nothing was authenticated". Then later I found
mention of other folks criticizing their findings. But were they aware of the newspaper articles stating that they were authenticated already?
Anyways, I found this within minutes of a generic search. So now, I wonder how many other cases are out there?
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