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Washington National sightings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Several radar/visual sightings occur near Washington DC during July 1952 and receive considerable publicity.

(Commonly referred to as the Washington National sightings).

 

This incident is Case 8 in Isaac Koi's "Top 100" article, since it was referred to in 171 of the books covered by that article.

Official US documents about this incident can be found online. See the material on the ambitious “Project Blue Book Archive” website in relation to Project Blue Book Case Number 1649 and Project Blue Book Case Number 1661, which commences at the links provided (and continues on the pages which follow them).

This incident came second in a survey in 1965 by Jacques Vallee of the opinion of various UFO groups as to the most significant UFO sightings.

This incident came seventh in an online poll conducted in March/April 2006 by Paul Kimball of “the UFO case with the ‘best evidence’ ever”. This incident has also featured in a list by Paul Kimball of his own nominations for the top 10 cases.

This incident also featured in a document (“the Rockefeller Briefing Document”) endorsed by Dr Mark Rodeghier (President of CUFOS), Richard Hall (Chairman of FUFOR) and Walter Andrus (President of MUFON) as containing “the best available evidence for the existence of UFOs”.

This incident has also featured in lists by various UFO researchers of the top UFO cases, including the following:

* a list by Don Berliner of “the top 10 cases of World Ufology” in an interview made available on the UFO UpDates discussion List on 14 January 2007.

* a list by James Carrion, the International Director of the Mutual UFO Network, of the “top 10 cases” in an interview in 2006.

* a list of Dennis Balthaser’s “ten favourite cases” in an article in the MUFON Journal in 2003.

 

 

Isaac Koi’s “ICES” Rating for this sighting = 25,480 (out of a potential score of 14*14*14*14 i.e. 38,416)

(1) “Impact” Rating of 14 (out of a potential score of 14), because it is Case 8 in Isaac Koi's "Top 100" article.

(2) “Credibility” Rating of 14 (out of a potential score of 14) because radar operators saw something on their screens. The debate has centered on what (if anything) was actually detected by the radar systems.

(2) “Expert” Rating of 13 (out of a potential score of 14). It is given this relatively high rating because (at the time of writing) it has been included in many of the short lists of the best cases produced by various UFO researchers that have been compiled by Isaac Koi (see the “Best UFO Cases" article at PART 3: Existing lists by various individuals).

(4)“Strangeness” Rating of 10 (out of a potential score of 14). The sighting has an above average strangeness rating since there is considerable debate as to whether the reported radar returns are explainable by temperature inversions or other mundane causes.

 

 

Sections below:

1. Web Resources

2. Book References

3. Other material

 

 

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Web Resources

For links to various relevant documents and articles online (including Project Blue Book documents and CAA report) see:
http://www.nicap.org/wnsdir.htm
http://www.cufon.org/cufon/wash_nat/wash1952.ht

Wikipedia article at : Washington National sightings (July 1952)

This incident is discussed on the AboveTopSecret.com (“ATS”) internet discussion forums in Thread 133876.

There is a rapid turnover of UFO material on the Internet. Many links to material on UFO websites quickly become out of date. Therefore, instead of giving many links to specific webpages I have instead included below a search box which can be used to search various leading UFO websites at the same time. You can then click on tabs at the top of the search results to list only results from forums, only results from websites I have labelled as "skeptical" etc. I have included tabs for a couple of specific websites that I find particularly useful, including the valuable archives of the UFO UpDates email discussion List. The relevant websites are all listed in the discussion of the "UFO Searchillion" search engine in Section 2.4 of the "Free UFO Researcher Starter Pack" and continues to evolve...

 

The relevant search box is one of the two main tools on this website which are intended to help reduce the amount of reinvention of the wheel within UFOlogy. The other main tool is the collection of tables of references to discussion of UFO incidents, personalities and other matters in various books. Those tables can be sorted by author, length and date. I hope these tools are useful.

 

 

 

 

Book References

For discussion of the 1952 Washington reports see the following:

 

Year

Discussion by:

 

No. of Pages

1997

Alan, Baker in his “Sci-Fi Channel: True Life Encounters: UFO Sightings” (1997) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 21-24 (in Chapter 1) of the Orion softcover edition.

4

1992

Alnor, William M in his “UFO in the New Age” (1992) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 76 (in Chapter 4) of the Baker softcover edition.

1

1979

Ball, Brian in his “A Young Person’s Guide to UFOs” (1979) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 18, 20-21 (in Chapter 2) of the Dragon paperback edition.

3

2005

Bennett, Colin in his “An American Demonology : Captain Edward J Ruppelt and the official UFO investigation of the United States Air Force” (2005) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 115-150 (in the unnumbered chapter entitled “A Dance”) of the Headpress softcover edition.

36

1995

Berliner, Don with Marie Galbraith and Antonio Hunees in their “UFO Briefing Document : The Best Available Evidence” (1995) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 20 (Part 1:Overview, section entitled “The Case for UFO Reality”, sub-section entitled “Radar Evidence”), 61-62 (Part 2: Case Histories, section entitled “1952: Second American Sighting Wave”) of the Dell paperback edition.

3

1988

Berlitz, Charles in his “World of Strange Phenomena” (1988) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 245 of the Wynwood hardback edition.

1

2004

Birnes, William in his “The UFO Magazine UFO Encyclopedia” (2004) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 330-331 (in an entry entitled “Washington, DC, UFO Overflights”) of the Pocket Books softcover edition.

2

1974

Blum, Ralph and Blum, Judy in their “Beyond Earth: Man’s Contact with UFOs” (1974) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 93-95 (in Chapter 8) of the Bantam paperback edition (with the same page numbering in the Corgi paperback edition).

3

1996

Blundell, Nigel in his “World’s Most Amazing UFO Visits” (1996) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 32, 33, 34-37 of the Select softcover edition.

6

1977

Bourret, Jean-Claude in his “The Crack in the Universe” (1977) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 14 (in the Introduction) of the Neville Spearman hardback edition.

1

1994

Boylan, Richard and Boylan, Lee in their “Close Extraterrestrial Encounters: Positive Experiences With Mysteries Visitors” (1994) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 8 (in the Introduction) of the Wild Flower Press softcover edition.

1

1995

Brookesmith, Peter in his “UFO: The Complete Sightings Catalogue” (1995) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 55-56 (in Chapter 3) of the BCA hardback edition (with the same page numbering in the Blitz hardback edition, and in the Barnes & Noble hardback edition published under the title “UFO: The Complete Sightings”).

2

1996

Brookesmith, Peter in his “UFO: The Government Files” (1996) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 35-38 (in Chapter 2) of the Parragon hardback edition.

4

1995

Bryan, C D B in his “Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind: Alien Abduction, UFOs, and the Conference at MIT” (1995) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 107-111 (in Chapter 4) of the Weidenfeld & Nicolson hardback edition (with the same page numbering in the Knopf hardback edition and the Penguin Arkana softcover edition) at pages 143-148 of the Orion paperback edition.

5

1967

Buckle, Eileen and Oliver, Norman in “The Scoriton Mystery: Did Adamski return?” (1967) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 17-18 (in Chapter 1) of the Spearman hardback edition.

2

1996

Bullard, Thomas E in Jerome Clark’s “The UFO Encyclopedia: 1st edition: Volume 3 – High Strangeness” (1996) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 580, 581 of the Omnigraphics hardback edition forming part of an entry entitled “Waves”.

2

1998

Campagna, Palmiro in his “The UFO Files: The Canadian Connection Exposed” (1998) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 141-143 (in Chapter 10) of the Stoddart softcover edition.

3

1998

Christopher, Paul in his “Alien Intervention: The Spiritual Mission of UFOs” (1998) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 17-18 (in Chapter 1) of the Huntington House softcover edition.

2

2003

Clark, Jerome in his “Strange Skies: Pilot Encounters with UFOs” (2003) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 95-102 (in Chapter 5) of the Citadel softcover edition.

8

1998

Clark, Jerome in his “The UFO Book: Encyclopedia of the Extraterrestrial” (1998) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 653-662 of the Visible Ink Press softcover edition in an entry entitled “Washington National Radar/Visual Sightings”.

10

1992

Clark, Jerome in his “The UFO Encyclopedia: 1st edition: Volume 2 – Emergence of a Phenomenon” (1992) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 396-403 (in an entry entitled “Washington National Radar/Visual Sightings”) of the Omnigraphics hardback edition.

8

1998

Clark, Jerome in his “The UFO Encyclopedia: The Phenomenon from the Beginning - 2nd edition” (1998) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) in Volume 2:L-Z at pages 998-1004 (in an entry entitled “Washington National Radar/Visual Case”) of the Omnigraphics hardback edition.

7

1992

Clark, Jerome in his “UFO Encounters” (1992) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 38, 40-43 (in the unnumbered chapter entitled “UFOs: The Official Story”) of the Publications International hardback edition.

5

2007

Clarke, David and Roberts, Andy in their “Flying Saucerers : A social history of UFOlogy” (2007) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 26 (in Chapter 2) of the Alternative Albion softcover edition.

1

2002

Clarke, David and Roberts, Andy in their “Out Of The Shadows” (2002) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 97-98 (in Chapter 6) of the Piatkus hardback edition.

2

1978

Cohen, Daniel in his “The World of UFOs” (1978) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 35-41 (in Chapter 5) of the Lippincott hardback edition.

7

1977

Collins, Jim in his “Unidentified Flying Objects” (1977) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 38, 39-40 (in Chapter 5) of the Raintree hardback edition.

3

1969

Condon Report (“Scientific Study of Unidentified Flying Objects”, Edward U Condon (Director) and Daniel S Gillmor (Editor) (1969)) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 17, 29 (in Section 2 “Summary of the Study”, by Edward U Condon), 73-74, 78 (in Section 3, Chapter 1 “Field Studies”, by Roy Craig), 134, 135 (in Section 3, Chapter 3 “Direct Physical Evidence”, by Roy Craig), 227-236 (in Section 3, Chapter 5 “Optical and Radar Analyses of Field Cases”, by Gordon D Thayer), 860, 863 (in Section 5, Chapter 2 “UFOs: 1947-1968”, by Edward U Condon), 1337-1344 (in Appendix L by Loren W Crow) of the uncorrected version submitted to the Air Force (with the same page numbering in the 3 volume paperbound edition distributed by the National Technical Information Service, US Department of Commerce) at pages 12, 20-21, 52-53, 55, 153-158, 513, 515, 862-867 of the Vision hardback edition (with the same page numbering in the Bantam paperback edition). The first of these editions has the same page numbering as the edition available free online at the following links:

http://www.project1947.com/shg/condon/contents.html

27

1968

Corddry, Charles in “Flying Saucers : Twenty-One Years of UFOs” (1968), published by the editors of Cowles and UPI, at pages 50-55.

6

1967

Corddry, Charles in “Flying Saucers: A Look Special” (1967) published by the editors of United Press International and Cowles Communications Inc, at pages 12-13.

2

1995

Cousineau, Phil in his “UFOs: A Manual for the Millenium” (1995) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 78-79 (in Chapter 3), 90-91 (in Chapter 4) of the Harper Collins paperback edition.

4

1979

Crockett, Art in “The Total UFO Story” (1979) (edited by Milt Machlin) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 149-150 (in Chapter 6) of the Dale paperback edition.

2

2000

Darling, David in his “The Extraterrestrial Encyclopedia” (2000) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 457 (in the entry entitled “ ‘Washington Invasion’ ”) of the Three Rivers softcover edition.

1

2003

Darling, David in his online encyclopedia, “The Encyclopedia of Astrobiology, Astronomy and Spaceflight” (2003) in the entry entitled “ ‘Washington Invasion’ ”. The relevant entry is available online at: http://www.daviddarling.info/encyclopedia/W/WashInvasion.html

1

1992

Davenport, Marc in his “Visitors from Time” (1992) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 26 (in Chapter 2), 126-127 (in Chapter 9) of the 1994 revised Greenleaf softcover edition.

3

1999

Davidson, Keay in his “Carl Sagan: A Life” (1999) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 50-51 (in Chapter 2) of the Wiley softcover edition.

2

2001

Denzler, Brenda in her “The Lure of the Edge” (2001) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 11 (in Chapter 1) of the California hardback edition.

1

2000

Dolan, Richard M in his “UFOs and the National Security State: Volume 1: 1941-1973” (2000) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 171-175, 176-177, 178-179 (in Chapter 4) of the Keyhole softcover edition, at pages 104-109 of the 2002 revised Hampton Road softcover edition.

9

1974

Drake, W Raymond in his “Gods and Spacemen of the Ancient Past” (1974) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 8 (in Chapter 2) of the Signet paperback edition.

1

1974

Dutta, Rex in his “Reality of Occult/Yoga/Meditation/Flying Saucers” (1974) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 103-104 (in Chapter 7) of the Pelham Books hardback edition.

2

1967

Edwards, Frank in his “Flying Saucers – Here and Now!” (1967) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 189-190 (in Chapter 9) of the Lyle Stuart hardback edition, at pages 113-114 of the Bantam paperback edition.

2

1962

Edwards, Frank in his “Strangest of All” (1962) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 157-158, 159 (in the unnumbered chapter entitled “Flying Saucers and the Brass Curtain”) of the Ace paperback edition.

3

1974

Emenegger, Robert in his “UFOs Past, Present and Future” (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 42-46 (in Chapter 6 generally) of the silver covered Ballantine paperback edition first printing, at pages 45-49 of the blue covered Ballantine paperback edition eighth printing.

5

1967

Erskine, Allen Louis in his “Why Are They Watching Us?” (1967) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 78-79 (in Chapter 8) of the Tower paperback edition.

2

1976

Flammonde, Paris in his “Ufo Exist!” (1976) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 26 (in Chapter 2), 274-287 (in Chapter 14), 292-306 (in Chapter 15) of the Ballantine Books paperback edition.

30

1997

Forstchen, William in “Making Contact” (1997) (edited by Bill Fawcett) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 310 (in Section 4) of the Morrow hardback edition.

1

1981

Fowler, Raymond E in his “Casebook of a UFO Investigator” (1981) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 15 (in Chapter 2) of the Prentice-Hall hardback edition.

1

1992

Friedman, Stanton and Berliner, Don in their “Crash at Corona” (1992) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 29-30 (in Chapter 3) of the 1997 Marlowe Company softback edition.

2

2008

Friedman, Stanton in his “Flying Saucers and Science : A Scientist Investigates the Mysteries of UFOs” (2008) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 252 (in Chapter 10) of the New Page softcover edition.

1

1983

Garrett, Richard in his “Aliens From Outer Space” (1983) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 37-45 (in Chapter 3) of the Piccolo paperback edition.

9

1987

Good, Timothy in his “Above Top Secret” (1987) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 262-264 (in Chapter 11) of the Sidgwick & Jackson hardback edition (with the same page numbering in the Guild Publishing hardback edition and the Grafton paperback edition).

3

1996

Good, Timothy in his “Beyond Top Secret” (1996) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 334-336 (in Chapter 14) of the Sidgwick & Jackson hardback edition (with the same page numbering in the Pan paperback edition).

3

2006

Good, Timothy in his “Need To Know : UFOs, the Military and Intelligence” (2006) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 171-179 (in Chapter 12) of the Sidgwick & Jackson hardback edition.

9

1967

Greenfield, Irving A in his “The UFO Report” (1967) at pages 85-86 (in Chapter 9) of the Lancer paperback edition.

2

1999

Greer, Steven in his “Extraterrestrial Contact: The Evidence and Implications” (1999) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 131-135 (in Chapter 19) of the Crossing Point softcover edition.

5

1956

Guieu, Jimmy in his “Flying Saucers Come From Another World” (1956) (edited by Ronald Story) (edited by Ronald Story) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 59 (in Chapter 2) of the Hutchinson hardback edition.

1

1970

Gurney, Gene (USAF Lt Col) and Clare Gurney in their “Unidentified Flying Objects” (1970) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 36-42 (in Chapter 3) of the Abelard-Schuman hardback edition.

7

1997

Haines, Gerald K (National Reconnaissance Office historian) at footnote 13 in his study entitled “A Die-Hard Issue : CIA's Role in the Study of UFOs, 1947-90” in “Studies in Intelligence”, Issue 1997 Vol. 1, No. 1 (the text of the study is available online on various websites, including the CIA’s:

http://www.cia.gov/csi/studies/97unclass/ufo.html#ft13

1

1987

Haines, Richard in his “CE-5 : Close Encounters of the Fifth Kind” (1987) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 189 (in Chapter 4) of the Sourcebooks softcover edition.

1

2000

Hall, Michael David and Connors, Wendy Ann in their “Captain Edward J Ruppelt : Summer of the Saucers - 1952” (2000) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) generally, particularly at pages 80-83 (in Chapter 3), 109-110 (in Chapter 4), 130-165 (in Chapter 5 generally), 169 (in Chapter 6) of the Rose Press softcover edition.

43

1999

Hall, Michael David in his “UFOs : A Century of Sightings” (1999) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 156-158, 181-187 (in Chapter 4) of the Galde Press softcover edition.

10

1988

Hall, Richard in his “Uninvited Guests” (1988) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 145-146 (in Chapter 9), 201-202 (in Chapter 13) of the Aurora Press paperback edition.

4

2000

Hansen, Terry in his “The Missing Times : News Media Complicity in the UFO Cover-Up : News Media Complicity in the UFO Cover -Up” (2000) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 160-161 (in Chapter 5), 214 (in Chapter 6) of the Xlibris softcover edition.

3

1995

Harbinson, W A in his “Projekt Saucer” (1995) at pages 102-107, 109 (in Chapter 6), 119 (in Chapter 7) of the Box Tree hardback edition.

8

1972

Hartmann, William K in “UFO's: A Scientific Debate” (1972) (edited by Carl Sagan and Thornton Page) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 18 (in Chapter 2) of the Barnes and Noble hardback edition (with the same page numbering in the Norton paperback edition.

1

1976

Hervey, Michael in his “UFOs : The American Scene” (1976) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 45-48 (in Chapter 5) of the Hale hardback edition.

4

1979

Holroyd, Stuart in his “Alien Intelligence” (1979) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 190 (in Chapter 7) of the David & Charles hardback edition.

1

1977

Hynek, J Allen in his “The Hynek UFO Report” (1977) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 10 (in Chapter 1), 50 (Chapter 3) of the Barnes & Noble hardback reprint (1997) at pages 19-20 and 59-60 of the Dell paperback edition (with the same page numbering in the Sphere paperback edition).

2

1992

Jacobs, David Michael in his “Secret Life” (1992) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 33 (in Chapter 2) of the Simon & Schuster hardback edition (with the same page numbering in the Fourth Estate hardback edition and in the Virgin paperback edition published under the title “Alien Encounters”).

1

1975

Jacobs, David Michael in his “The UFO Controversy in America” (1975) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 75-80 (in Chapter 3) of the Indiana hardback edition, pages 65-70 of the Signet paperback edition.

6

1997

Kanon, Gregory M in his “The Great UFO Hoax” (1997) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 131-135 (in Chapter 9) of the Galde Press softcover edition.

5

2005

Kelleher, Colm and Knapp, George in their “Hunt for the Skinwalker” (2005) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 138 (in Chapter 18) of the Pocket Books softcover edition.

1

1953

Keyhoe, Donald E in his “Flying Saucers from Outer Space” (1953) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 54-70, 100-104 (in Chapter 4) and 109 (in Chapter 6) of the Henry Holt hardback edition, at page 59-74, 102-106, 111 of the Tandem paperback edition.

23

 

1960

Keyhoe, Donald E in his “Flying Saucers: Top Secret” (1960) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 244 (in Chapter 18), 252 (in Chapter 19) of the G P Putnam hardback edition.

2

1987

Kinder, Gary in his “Light Years” (1987) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 137-140 (in Chapter 7) of the Viking hardback edition.

4

1983

Klass, Philip J in “UFOs – The Public Deceived” (1983) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 15 (in Chapter 2) of the Prometheus softback edition.

1

1968

Klass, Philip JUFOs – Identified” (1968) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 89-90 (in Chapter 10, “UFOs and Radar”) of the Random House hardback edition.

2

1997

Klass, Philip J in his “The Real Roswell Crashed-Saucer Coverup” (1997) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 48-50 (in Chapter 6) of the Prometheus Books hardback edition.

3

1974

Klass, Philip J in his “UFOs Explained” (1974) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 273 (Chapter 25) of the Random House hardback edition, at page 323 of Random House paperback edition.

1

1979

Knight, David C in his “UFOs: A pictorial history from antiquity to the present” (1979) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 56-58 (in Part 3) of the McGraw Hill hardback edition.

3

2001

Kottmeyer, Martin S in “The Encyclopedia of Extraterrestrial Encounters” (2001) (edited by Ronald Story) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 580 (in an entry entitled “threat, UFO-ET”) of the New American Library softcover edition, at page 569 of the pdf edition (with the same page numbering in the Microsoft Word edition).

1

2001

Kottmeyer, Martin S in “The Mammoth Encyclopedia of Extraterrestrial Encounters” (2001) (edited by Ronald Story) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 696 (in an entry entitled “threat, UFO-ET”) of the Robinson softcover edition.

1

1999

Kurland, Michael in his “The Complete Idiot's Guide to Extraterrestrial Intelligence” (1999) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 111-113 (in Chapter 11) of the Alpha Books softcover edition.

3

1994

Little, Gregory in his “Grand Illusions” (1994) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 37 (in Chapter 2) of the White Buffalo softcover edition.

1

1968

Lore, Gordon and Deneault, Harold in their “Mysteries of the Skies” (1968) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 169 (in the Epilogue) of the Prentice-Hall hardback edition.

1

1969

Lorenzen, Coral and Lorenzen, Jim in their “UFOs: The Whole Story” (1969) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 45-46 (in Chapter 1) of the Signet paperback edition.

2

1962

Lorenzen, Coral E in her “The Great Flying Saucer Hoax” (1962) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 31 (in Chapter 4), 199-200 (in Chapter 13) of the APRO hardback edition.

3

1966

Lorenzen, Coral in “Flying Saucers : the Startling Evidence of the Invasion from Outer Space” (1966) (an enlarged version of her “The Great Flying Saucer Hoax” (1962)) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 191-192 (in Chapter 13) of the Signet paperback edition and mentioned at pages 39-40 and 42-44 (in Chapter 4).

4

2000

Maccabee, Bruce in his “UFO-FBI Connection” (2000) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 218-226 (in Chapter 19) of the Llewellyn softcover edition.

9

1977

Magor, John in his “Our UFO Visitors” (1977) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 148 (in Chapter 7) of the Hancock House hardback edition.

1

1962

Manas, John H in his “Flying Saucers and Space Men” (1962) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 44 (in Chapter 4) of the Zavallis softcover edition.

1

1961

Maney, Charles And Hall, Richard in their “Challenge of Unidentified Flying Objects” (1961) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 14-15 (in Part 1, Chapter 2, in a quote from NICAP’s “confidential report to Congress” (1960.0621)), 64, 67-69 (in Part 2, Chapter 5, by Charles Maney), 114-115 (in Part 3, Chapter 1, by Richard Hall) of the privately published hardback edition.

8

1998

Mannion, Michael in his “Project Mindshift” (1998) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 68-70 (in Chapter 3), 217-218 (in Chapter 8) of the Evans hardback edition.

5

1997

Marrs, Jim in his “Alien Agenda” (1997) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 129-131 (in Chapter 5) of the Harper Collins paperback edition.

3

1968

McDonald, James E in his prepared statement to the Roush Hearing (the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science and Astronautics "Symposium on Unidentified Flying Objects" on 1968.0729) as Case 38 at pages 71-72 of the transcript of the Ninetieth Congress, Second Session, Number 7. Complete transcript available free online at the following links:

http://ncas.sawco.com/ufosymposium/contents.html http://www.project1947.com/shg/symposium/contents.html

2

1968

McDonald, James E in the Roush Hearing (the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science and Astronautics "Symposium on Unidentified Flying Objects" on 1968.0729) at page 25 of the transcript of the Ninetieth Congress, Second Session, Number 7. Edited and annotated transcript presented by Fuller, John in his “Aliens in the Skies” (1969), with the relevant extract appearing at pages 76-77 (in Chapter 2) of the Putnam hardback edition. Complete transcript available free online at the following links:

http://ncas.sawco.com/ufosymposium/contents.html http://www.project1947.com/shg/symposium/contents.html

1

1963

Menzel, Donald and Boyd, Lyle in their “The World of Flying Saucers” (1963) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 133, 135 (Chapter VII), 155-160 (Chapter VII) of the Doubleday hardback edition.

8

1977

Menzel, Donald and Taves, Ernest in their “The UFO Enigma“ (1977) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 121 (in Chapter 9) of the Doubleday hardback edition.

1

1972

Menzel, Donald H in “UFO's: A Scientific Debate” (1972) (edited by Carl Sagan and Thornton Page) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 129-130 (in Chapter 6) of the Barnes and Noble hardback edition (with the same page numbering in the Norton paperback edition.

2

1953

Menzel, Donald in his “Flying Saucers“ (1953) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 261, 266 (in Chapter 19, “The galloping ghosts of radar”) of the Putnam hardback edition.

2

1997

Michaels, Susan in her “Sightings: UFOs” (1997) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 17-28 (in the unnumbered chapter entitled “Saucers over Washington”) of the Fireside softcover edition.

12

1956

Michel, Aime in his “The Truth about Flying Saucers” (1956) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 80-85 (in Part 1, Chapter 5) of the Robert Hale hardback edition, at pages 86-92 of the Pyramid paperback edition.

6

1997

Missler, Chuck and Eastman, Mark in their “Alien Encounters: The Secret behind the UFO Phenomenon” (1997) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 62-65 (in Chapter 3) of the Koinonia House softcover edition.

4

2002

Moseley, James and Pflock, Karl in their “Shockingly Close to the Truth!” (2002) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 47-49 (in Chapter 2) of the Prometheus hardback edition.

3

1980

NICAP in “The Encyclopedia of UFOs” (1980) edited by Ronald Story (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 388-389 (in an entry entitled “Washington National radar / visual sightings”) of the NEL hardback edition.

2

1964

NICAP in its “The UFO Evidence” (1964) (edited by Richard Hall) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 45 (in Section 5, “Pilots & Aviation Experts”), 82 (in Section 8), 111 (in Section 9), 158-162 (in Section 12) of the privately published paperbound edition, with the same page numbering in the 1997 Barnes & Noble paperbound reprint. Available free online at: “

http://www.nicap.org/ufoe/section_5.htm

http://www.nicap.org/ufoe/section_8.htm

http://www.nicap.org/ufoe/section_9.htm

http://www.nicap.org/ufoe/section_12.htm

1

2002

Nixon, Neil in his “Pocket Essentials : UFOs” (2002) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 24-25 (in Chapter 1) of the Pocket Essentials softcover edition.

2

1977

Ortzen, Len in his “Strange Stories of UFOs” (1977) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 69-71 (in Chapter 9) of the Coronet paperback edition.

3

1997

Patton, Phil in his “Travels in Dreamland” (1997) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 158-159 (in Chapter 11) of the Orion Media hardback edition.

2

1994

Peebles, Curtis in his “Watch the Skies!” (1994) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 60-67 (Chapter 5, “The 1952 Flap” – in sections entitled “The Great Flap of 1952”, “The Invasion of Washington”, “Aftermath” and “Investigation”) of the Smithsonian hardback edition, page 71-80 of the Berkley paperback edition.

8

1977

Peters, Ted in his “UFOs-God's Chariots?: Flying Saucers in Politics, Science & Religion” (1977) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 26, 27-29 (in Chapter 2) of the John Knox hardback edition.

4

2001

Picknett, Lynn in her “The Mammoth Book of UFOs” (2001) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 56-59 (in Chapter 2) of the Robinson softcover edition.

4

1974

Quintanilla, Hector (Major) in his unpublished manuscript entitled “UFOs: An Air Force Dilemma” (copyright 1974) at page 9 of the manuscript, at page 22 of the NIDS pdf version available free on-line on various websites, including at the following link:

http://www.projectbluebook.us/UFOs%20An%20Air%20Force%20Dilemma%20By%20Quintanilla.pdf

http://www.nidsci.org/pdf/quintanilla.pdf

 

1

1997

Randle, Kevin and Estes, Russ in their “Spaceships of the Visitors” (1997) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 68-76 (in Part 3) of the Fireside softcover edition.

9

1991

Randle, Kevin D and Schmitt, Donald R in their “UFO Crash at Roswell“ (1991) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 241 (in Appendix A) of the Avon paperback edition.

1

1997

Randle, Kevin in his “Conspiracy of Silence” (1997) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 2 (in the Introduction), 98-118 (Chapter 5 generally), 172-174, 175 (in Chapter 8), 225, 228-229 (in Chapter 11) of the Avon paperback edition.

29

1997

Randle, Kevin in his “Project Bluebook Exposed” (1997) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 15 (in the unnumbered chapter entitled “In the Beginning…”), 193-200 and 204-205 (in Appendix A) of the Marlowe softcover edition.

11

1998

Randle, Kevin in his “Project Moon Dust” (1998) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 46-58 (in Chapter 2), 65-67, 70-71 (in Chapter 3) of the Avon softcover edition.

18

1999

Randle, Kevin in his “Scientific Ufology” (1999) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 40-51, 71 (in Chapter 3), 212-213, 216, 221 (in Chapter 8) of the Avon softcover edition.

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1989

Randle, Kevin in his “The UFO Casebook” (1989) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 69-74 (entry entitled “July 1952: The Washington Nationals”) and at pages 165-167 of the Warner Books paperback edition.

8

1996

Randles, Jenny and Hough, Peter in their “50 Years of UFO Encounters” (1996) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 20-21 (in unnumbered section entitled “1952: The Invasion”) of the Encounters Magazine softcover edition.

2

1994

Randles, Jenny and Hough, Peter in their “The Complete Book of UFOs” (1994) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 123-129 (in Chapter 9) of the Piatkus softcover edition.

7

1987

Randles, Jenny in “The UFO Conspiracy” (1987) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 35-39 (in Chapter 5) of the Barnes & Noble hardback edition.

5

1997

Randles, Jenny in her “Alien Contact – The First Fifty Years” (1997) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 21 (in the chapter entitled “1952”) of the Collins and Brown hardback edition.

1

1998

Randles, Jenny in her “Something in the Air” (1998) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 44, 45-47 (in Chapter 4) of the Hale hardback edition.

4

2000

Randles, Jenny in her “The Little Giant Encyclopedia of UFOs” (2000) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 41-42 (in Part 1, “A UFO Timeline”) of the Sterling softcover edition.

2

1992

Randles, Jenny in her “UFOs and How to See Them” (1992) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 122 (in Chapter 6) of the Brockhampton Press hardback edition.

1

1998

Redfern, Nicholas in his “The FBI Files” (1998) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 94-103 (in Chapter 5) of the Simon & Schuster softcover edition, with the same page numbering in the Pocket Books paperback edition.

10

1980

Rickard, Robert and Kelly, Richard in their “Photographs of the Unknown” (1980) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 58, 59 (in the unnumbered chapter entitled “UFOs”) of the NEL softcover edition.

2

1994

Ritchie, David in his “UFO : The Definitive Guide” (1994) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 233 (in an entry entitled “Washington, D C, sightings, United States”) of the MJF hardback edition.

1

1973

Roulet, Alfred in his “The Search for Intelligent Life in Outer Space” (1973) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 76 (in the unnumbered chapter entitled “A Challenge to Science”) of the Berkley paperback edition.

1

1967

Ruppelt, Edward J in “The Flying Saucer Reader” (1967) (edited by Jay David) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 29-36 (in the unnumbered chapter entitled “The Washington National Sightings”) of the Signet paperback edition. The relevant chapter is reprinted from “The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects” by Edward J Ruppelt.

8

1956

Ruppelt, Edward J in his “The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects” (1956) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 156-172 (in Chapter 12 generally), 173 (in Chapter 13) of the original 17 chapter Doubleday hardback edition, at pages 210-228, 229 of the Gollancz hardback edition, at pages 207-227, 228 of the Ace paperback edition, at pages 156-172, 173 of the 1959 revised Doubleday 20 chapter hardback edition, at pages 111-121, 123 of the reprinted Source Books softcover edition. The first of these editions (i.e. the original 17 chapter hardback edition) has the same page numbering as the version available free online at: http://www.nicap.org/rufo/contents2.htm

18

1996

Rux, Bruce in his “Architects of the Underworld” (1996) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 40-45 (in Chapter 2) of the Frog softcover edition.

6

1997

Rux, Bruce in his “Hollywood Vs. the Aliens” (1997) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 9 (in the Introduction) of the Frog softcover edition.

1

1977

Sachs, Margaret and Jahn, Ernest in their “Celestial Passengers – UFOs & Space Travel” (1977) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 138-148 (Chapter 24 generally) of the Penguin paperback edition.

11

1980

Sachs, Margaret in her “The UFO Encyclopedia“ (1980 (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 360-362 (in an entry entitled “Washington, D.C. (1952)”) of the Corgi softback edition.

3

2003

Salter, Daniel M in his “Life With a Cosmos Clearance” (2003) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 9 (in Chapter 1) of the Light Technology softcover edition.

1

1968

Saunders, David R and Harkins, R Roger in their “UFOs? Yes!” (1968) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 230-231 (in Chapter 24) of the Signet paperback edition.

2

1989

Schellhorn, G Cope in his “Extraterrestrials in Biblical Prophecy” (1989) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 345, 361-362 (in Chapter 17) of the Horus softcover edition.

3

1997

Sellier, Charles E and Meier, Joe in their “UFO” (1997) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 219, 220 (in Chapter 12), 261-262 (in Chapter 15) of the Contemporary Books hardback edition.

4

1997

Shawcross, Tim in his “The Roswell File” (1997) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 204, 205-206 (in Chapter 14) of the Bloomsbury softcover edition.

3

1976

Smith, Marcia S in her “The UFO Enigma: Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress, UG 633, 76-52 SP” (1976) at pages 104-105 (in Appendix A) of the Congressional Research Service stapled edition.

2

1999

Spaceage in its “UFO USA - A Traveler's Guide” (1999) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 165-167 (in the chapter entitled “Washington, D.C.”) of the Hyperion softcover edition.

3

2003

Sparks, Brad in version 1.7 of his “Comprehensive Catalog of 1,500 Project BLUE BOOK UFO Unknowns” (2003) as Case Number 523 and Case Number 556 on pages 81-82, 85 of the PDF edition (with the same page numbering in the Microsoft Word edition). Both editions are available online, respectively at the following links:

http://www.cufos.org/BB_Unknowns_1_7.pdf

http://www.nicap.org/bluebook/CufosBBUnknowns.doc

3

1997

Spencer, John and Spencer, Anne in their “Fifty Years of UFOs” (1997) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 21-22 (in the unnumbered chapter entitled “1947-1957”) of the Boxtree hardback edition.

2

1991

Spencer, John in his “The UFO Encyclopedia” (1991) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 319 (in an entry entitled “Washington ‘Flap’ ”) of the Guild hardback edition (with the same page numbering in the Avon softcover edition) at pages 378-379 of the Headline paperback edition.

1

1991

Spencer, John in his “UFOs: The Definitive Casebook” (1991) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 25-26 (in the unnumbered section entitled “North America”, in the chapter entitled “Database”) of the Hamlyn hardback edition.

2

1997

Stacy, Dennis in “UFO: 1947-1997” (1997) (edited by Hilary Evans and Dennis Stacy) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 8-9 of the John Brown hardback edition (Section entitled “Introduction”, in an unnumbered chapter entitled “Eight Days that Shaped Ufology”).

2

1966

Stanton, L Jerome in his “Flying Saucers : Hoax or Reality?” (1966) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 58-62 (in Chapter 3), 64-68 (in Chapter 4) of the Belmont paperback edition.

10

1976

Steiger, Brad (with extracts from relevant documentation) in his “Project Blue Book“ (1976) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 141-153 (forming the major part of Chapter Six: The Nights UFOs buzzed the White House) of the Ballantine Books paperback edition.

13

1978

Stemman, Roy in his “Mysteries of the Universe: Great Mysteries” (1978) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 133-135 (in Chapter 6) of the Book Club Associates hardback edition.

3

1997

Stone, Clifford E in his “UFOs are Real“ (1997) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 3-4 (in Chapter 1) of the SPI softcover edition.

2

2001

Story, Ronald in “The Encyclopedia of Extraterrestrial Encounters” (2001) (edited by Ronald Story) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 644-645 (in an entry entitled “Washington National radar-visual sightings”) of the New American Library softcover edition, at pages 631-632 of the pdf edition (with the same page numbering in the Microsoft Word edition).

2

2001

Story, Ronald in “The Mammoth Encyclopedia of Extraterrestrial Encounters” (2001) (edited by Ronald Story) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 773-774 (in an entry entitled “Washington National radar-visual sightings”) of the Robinson softcover edition.

2

1980

Story, Ronald in his “Guardians of the Universe?” (1980) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 142-143 (in Chapter 14) of the New English Library paperback edition.

2

1981

Story, Ronald in his “UFOs and the Limits of Science” (1981) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 56-58 (in Chapter 2) of the NEL Hardback edition.

3

1995

Strieber, Whitley in his “Breakthrough“ (1995) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 8 (in Chapter 1) of the Harper Collins hardback edition (with the same page numbering in the Pocket Books paperback edition) at page 8 of the Harper Spotlight paperback edition.

1

1999

Sturrock, Peter in his “The UFO Enigma“ (1999) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 13 (in Chapter 2) of the Warner Aspect hardback edition.

1

2001

Sutherly, Curt in his “UFO Mysteries: A Reporter Seeks the Truth” (2001) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 22, 23 (in Chapter 2) of the Llewellyn softcover edition.

2

1997

Swords, Michael D in “UFO: 1947-1997” (1997) (edited by Hilary Evans and Dennis Stacy) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 88-89 of the John Brown hardback edition (Section entitled “The 1950s”, unnumbered chapter entitled “Donald E. Keyhoe and the Pentagon”).

2

1960

Tacker, Lawrence (Lieutenant Colonel) in his “Flying Saucers and the U.S. Air Force” (1960) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 21-22 (in Chapter 3) of the D Van Nostrand hardback edition.

2

1973

Thomas, Paul in his “Flying Saucers Through The Ages” (1973) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 93-96 (in Chapter 10) of the Tandem paperback edition.

4

1991

Thompson, Keith in his “Angels and Aliens: UFOs and the Mythic Imagination” (1991) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 22-25 (in Chapter 3), 37-38 (in Chapter 4) of the Fawcett softcover edition.

6

1987

Time-Life (Editors of) in “The UFO phenomenon: Mysteries of the Unknown” (1987) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 53, 55 (in Chapter 2) of the Time-Life Book hardback edition.

2

1966

Trench, Brinsley Le Poer in his “The Flying Saucer Story” (1966) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 18 (in Chapter 2), 30-31 (in Chapter 3) of the revised Tandem paperback edition.

3

1965

Vallee, Jacques in his “Anatomy of a Phenomenon” (1965) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 60 (in Chapter 3) of the Henry Regnery hardback edition (with the same page numbering in the Tandem paperback edition), page 66 of the Ballantine Books paperback edition, pages 100-101 of the 1966 revised and enlarged Ace Star paperback edition.

1

1994

Vesco, Renato and Childress, David Hatcher in their “Man Made UFOs 1944-1994 – 50 Years of Suppression” (1994) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 58-62 (in Chapter 3), 357-358 (in Chapter 10) of the AUP softcover edition.

7

1971

Vesco, Renato in his “Intercept Ufo” (Formerly published as “Intercept - But Don't Shoot”) (1971) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 58-62 (in Chapter 3), 327-328, 337 (in Chapter 10) of the Zebra paperback edition.

8

1973

Von Buttlar, Johannes in his “Journey to Infinity” (1973) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 164-166 (in Chapter 13) of the Fontana paperback edition.

3

1980

Von Buttlar, Johannes in his “The UFO Phenomenon” (1980) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 56-61 (in Chapter 5) of the Book Club Associates hardback edition.

6

1991

Ware, Donald M in an interview in “UFOs And The Alien Presence: Six Viewpoints” (1991) (Edited by Michael Lindemann) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 195-196 (in Chapter 6) of the 2002 Group softcover edition.

2

1975

Weldon, John and Levitt, Zola in their “Encounters With UFOs“ (1975) (formerly “UFOs, What on Earth is Happening?”) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 38-40 (in Chapter 2) of the Harvest House paperback edition.

3

1995

Williamson, George Hunt with Bailey, Alfred in their “Other Voices” (1995) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) (a reisussed and expanded version of their “The Saucers Speak” (1954)) at page 134 (in the Appendix) of the Abeldard softcover edition.

1

1988

Wilson, Clifford in his “The Alien Agenda” (1988) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 64-65 (in Chapter 6) of the Signet paperback edition.

3

1974

Wilson, Clifford in his “UFOs and Their Mission Impossible” (1974) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 64-65 (in Chapter 6) of the Signet paperback edition.

2

1998

Wright, Susan in her “UFO Headquarters” (1998) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at pages 44-47 (in Chapter 3) of the St Martin’s Press softcover edition.

4

 

Further references at: http://www.cufon.org/cufon/wash_nat/refs.htm

Other Material

Listed as Project Blue Book Case Number 1649 and Project Blue Book Case Number 1661 on the redacted US National Archives and Records Administration (“NARA”) microfilm records of Project Blue Book, released to the National Archives in 1975 – see National Archives Microfilm Publication T1206 roll number 1. An image of the relevant index page has been given the unique Page ID (“PID”) of NARA-PBB1-67 (page 67 of 1014) at the link below.

Listed (without a Project Blue Book Case Number) on the unredacted Maxwell Air Force Base (“Maxwell”) microfilm records of Project Blue Book – see Maxwell microfilm roll number 30,363. An image of the relevant index page has been given the unique Page ID (“PID”) of MAXW-PBB2-290 (page 290 of 1352) at the link below. The relevant case file is included on Maxwell microfilm roll number 30,372 – at the link below from the page with the PID of MAXW-PBB11-915 (page 915 of 1558) to the page with the PID of MAXW-PBB11-1342 (page 1342 of 1558).

http://www.bluebookarchive.org

 

 

 

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