Friday, 17 March 2017

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Website: JTC UFO Database (Daniel Guenther, Germany)

(no UFO reports as of 17 March 2017)

Website: Ignacio Darnaude Rojas-Marcos, Spain

Wikipedia article: “Alberta”: “Alberta Agglomerations, Cities, Towns and Villages”: “Alberta”:

Topographic map of Alberta, Canada (
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UFO Magazine Issue:
“Probe the Unknown - (USA) - v2n2 - Spring 1974”

Source: Bill’s UFO Mags (Blog)

The magazine was headquartered in Los Angeles, California.

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UFO Article (Blog):
“Albuquerque Girl Burned by UFO?”

By Kevin D. Randle, 24 January 2017
(A Different Perspective, Cedar Rapids, Iowa)

In this article – Kevin D. Randle exposes the Project Blue Book team and the Project’s chief (1952-1953), Edward Ruppelt.

The article focuses on the 28 April 1964 Sharon Stull case (a probable UFO hoax case).

Edward Ruppelt was not chief of Project Blue Book in 1964.

Quote from the article:
“It was a rare day when the Air Force and the Lorenzens (APRO) 
agreed on anything but the Air Force analysis shows their bias in a way that is over the top.”

The late Captain Edward J. Ruppelt, U.S. Air Force,
Chief of Project Blue Book (1952-1953)
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