Saturday, 17 December 2016

UFO Journal Article:

December 1967
(Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Chicago, Illinois)

Source: Google Books

Quote from the article:
“Dr. (Carl) Sagan claims that the Central Intelligence Agency Robertson Panel, which met in 1953, concluded after a thorough study that UFOs, ‘all were probably natural phenomena wrongly interpreted.’ This claim simplifies the work of the panel to the point of distortion.”

The official name of the Robertson Panel was Scientific Advisory Panel on Unidentified Flying Objects.

The Bulletin article also mentions the 2 July 1952 Tremonton, Utah, UFO film (filmed by U.S. Navy Warrant Officer Delbert C. Newhouse).

The article is found on Page 40 (click on the “Front Cover” button to find the article).

The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists was founded by former Manhattan Project physicists in 1945.

Wikipedia article: “Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists”:

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Freeze-frame from the 2 July 1952 Tremonton, Utah, UFO film
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UFO Magazine Article:

7 April 1952
(Life, New York City, New York)

Source: Google Books

The first part of the article reports on UFO facts/policy made known by the U.S. Air Force.

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UFO Magazine Article:
“A Well-witnessed ‘Invasion’–by Something”

1 April 1966
(Life, New York City, New York)

Source: Google Books

The sub-headline reads, “From Australia to Michigan, a flurry of eerie UFO sightings.”

Much of the article deals with the UFO sighting (in Dexter, Michigan on 20 March 1966) made by Frank Mannor and his family.

The article is found on Page 24 (click on the “Front Cover” button to find the article).

Frank Mannor
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UFO Documentary Film (Radio Interview):
Ivan T. Sanderson’s Investigative Report
On the 12 September 1952 Flatwoods,
West Virginia, UFO Case

Published on 18 April 2012
(Paranormal TV) (paranormaltvchannel (YouTube channel))

Video text:
“Here’s a video presentation of renowned author, newspaper & magazine reporter and investigator Ivan Sanderson’s 1953 audio report (during a radio interview in New York) of what he discovered only 1 year earlier in 1952. The Braxton County (West Virginia) incident is world famous and continues to be evaluated with the top UFO investigators. Considered one of the world’s most unusual happenings, the UFO (sometimes referred to the Braxton County Monster and not to be confused with that other famous West Virginia monster, ‘The Mothman’) was seen by at least 14 people. Hear Ivan Sanderson talk about what the kids saw... and how they (and a dog) reacted. The date was September 12, 1952. What the boys saw was described as a ‘shooting star’ that fell to earth on the top of the hill adjacent to the playground. About the length of a football field away, they all saw an object that was glowing and hissing. Walking closer to check out the ‘star,’ they noted that it was about 10 feet around. A few feet away from this glowing object they saw two lights, much like the glow of flashlights, about 12 inches apart. One of the boys had a flashlight and when he turned it on the object a huge creature with ‘...a bright red face, bright green clothing, a head which resembled the ace of spades, and clothing which, from the waist down, hung in great folds’ was seen. Newspapers sent special reporters to cover the story.”

Satellite photo of Flatwoods, West Virginia (
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