posted on Aug, 6 2013 @ 11:34 AM
Originally posted by Havick007
Yeah I agree.
I guess from Keyhoe's perspective, he wouldn't have known about every single "need to know" report Vanderberg received..? That's just speculation on
my part though.
I see what you are saying and I considered that, but then wouldn't the ATIC guys at Dayton have included the likely candidates for the folk to be
studying a crashed craft? Maj. Keyhoe said they were the "top" scientists available. I'm sure they wouldn't have let them ALL have free access,
though. So there is room for debate from that angle I agree.
Like I said, those statements are
intriguing, but then they start to raise questions. Roswell gave most of us hope, I think, but over the years
it started to fade, for me, as the smoking gun.
That doesn't affect my belief that we are truly dealing with an anomalous phenomenon, but I found myself looking other places for clues and letting
Roswell slip down the list of possible-maybes.
I haven't totally shut the door on it. I'm still open to stuff like you brought us here, but Roswell is near the door where it will be easier to carry
outside if need be.
edit on 6-8-2013 by The GUT because: (no reason given)