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As the project began to wind down, Rutledge noted in later interviews that some balls of plasma, 2-6 inches in diameter, would actually follow him around and even appear inside buildings. He found, as do many people who become intrigued by the UFO phenomenon, that the deeper you go into it, starange things begin happening. An observation once made by John Keel seems appropriate. Keel mentioned that if you notice and become interested in the phenomenon, it can notice you and become interested in you. That is essentially what Rutledge concluded.
Originally posted by JayinAR
A separate, but related issue, is the question of where have these types of cases gone?
They simply don't happen anymore.
I personally feel it is because the intelligence behind it realizes that, in this day and age, they will get caught if they operate so openly...BUT this also contributes directly to the "falling off" of the field of UFOlogy.
Good point. I would say that whenever the word "plasma" is used in context with UFO, we should automatically check it's characteristics against foo-fighter reports for classification purposes at the very least.
Originally posted by dagann
I've only read the first page of this thread...so...if anyone else stated same as i post...i wonder if the plasma spheres are the same as the ones observed by bomber crews over Europe in WW-II.