Thursday, 29 September 2016

Google Search:
Focus On the Animal Pathology Field Unit (APFU)


(Search term: “Animal Pathology Field Unit”)













David A. Cayton, member of the Animal Pathology Field Unit (UK)
(gstatic.com/colinandrews.net photo)

UFO Radio Roundtable:
“March 21, 2010 — Co-host Christopher O’Brien
with Ted Oliphant and Philip Hoyle”


(The Paracast, U.S.A.)

Text by The Paracast:
“Co-host Christopher O’Brien joins Gene to present a roundtable on the animal mutilation phenomenon featuring Ted Oliphant, a former law enforcement officer, and Philip Hoyle, of the Animal Pathology Field Unit. This is reported to be the first such broadcast discussion involving three experts on the subject.”

http://www.theparacast.com/podcast/now-playing-march-21-2010-co-host-christopher-obrien-with-ted-oliphant-and-philip-hoyle/

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Phil Hoyle, member of the Animal Pathology Field Unit (APFU)
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Wednesday, 28 September 2016

UFO Article (Blog):
“Significant Discovery Of US Military
Records Highlighting ‘UFO Problem’
During The Vietnam War – Part 2”


By Paul Dean, 21 September 2016
(UFOs – Documenting The Evidence, Melbourne, Australia)

Quote from the article:
“Recently, in Part 1 of this series, I discussed the discovery of US military records which comment liberally on ‘unidentified flying objects,’ usually shortened to just ‘UFOs,’ during the Vietnam War. These records, discovered by myself and Boston based research Barry Greenwood, were originally created by all four branches of the US armed forces. The sorts of records we have found include ‘Histories’ and ‘Chronologies,’ ‘Mission Reports,’ ‘Patrol Logs,’ ‘Daily Staff Journals,’ and so-called ‘Lessons Learned’ publications. Also represented in these finds are ‘Project CHECO’ publications, specific to the United States Air Force (USAF). Most of these records have come from either the Defence Technical Information Center (DTIC) or National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). This came on top of other ongoing work which dealt specifically with unresolved questions around the USAF’s accidental strike on Australia’s warship, the HMAS Hobart. Part 1 and Part 2 of that work is complete, and there will be a third installment at some point in the future.

One of the issues I have raised is a question of terminology. It should easy to write off the term ‘UFO’ as some sort of lazy ‘catchall’ for unknown, unidentifiable aircraft. Helicopters, especially seen at a distance, or only briefly plotted on primary radar, would have fallen into the the ‘UFO’ category. However, the problem is rather more complex than that. Time and time again in official military documents we have seen the term ‘UFO’ being alongside, or distinct from, ‘unidentified aircraft,’ ‘unknown helicopters,’ and the like. This is both inconsistent and unexpected in such a wide range of military records. Still, is it possible that these references to, and reports of, ‘UFOs’ or ‘unidentified flying objects’ in Vietnam were merely bumbling enemy helicopters and tricks of light in the jungle? Unfortunately, simple explanations fail to solve the issue to my satisfaction.

Though not found by either Barry Greenwood or myself, it is worth taking a look at a 17th of April, 1967 UFO report made by US Army Specialist (SP4) Robert M. Harkinson who was assigned to Headquarters, 524th Military Intelligence Detachment, Saigon.”

http://ufos-documenting-the-evidence.blogspot.com/2016/09/significant-discovery-of-us-military.html

















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UFO News Article:
“UFOs ‘Return’ On Schedule”


17 February 1967
(Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Utah)

The whole article:
“Residents of southeastern Michigan are watching the sky again. 
A rash of unidentified flyining objects was reported in the area Thursday night (16 February 1967).

Reports began during the evening and continued through most of the night.

The sightings were in the area where a deluge of UFO sightings were reported last spring. Those UFOs were labeled swamp gas by Dr. J. Allen Hynek who conducted an Air Force investigation in nearby Dexter and Hillsdale.

Several persons Thursday said they saw an object early in the evening near downtown Ann Arbor. It had two flashing white lights and a red light in the center, they said. The reports all placed the sightings at about the same time.

Other sightings were reported over Ypsilanti later in the evening but the descriptions didn’t match those in Ann Arbor. Several students at Eastern Michigan University said they saw an object with a steady, white light that eventually faded out.”


realtvufos.blogspot.com/2012/11/ufo-news-article-ufos-spitting-fire.html















Aerial view of Ann Arbor, Michigan
(flickr.com photo)

















Satellite photo of Ann Arbor, Michigan (tageo.com)
(tageo.com photo)

UFO News Article:
“UFO Sighting Reported at Durham;
Track Beep Sound”


18 April 1966
(The Lewiston Daily Sun, Lewiston-Auburn, Maine)

The whole article:
“A Durham man reported the sighting of an unidentified flying object Sunday night (17 April 1966), and two Androscoggin County deputy sheriffs said later that in investigating the report they heard strange unidentifiable ‘beeping’ sounds which moved as they approached.

John Winn of the Shiloh Road, Durham, told Deputies Bertrand Boucher of Lewiston and D. Edward Soucie of Durham that he spotted the object at tree top level and that it displayed flashing blue and green lights.

The sighting was made at about 8 p.m. and Winn told the officrs the low flying object was traveling on a southerly course.

According to Deputy Boucher, the beeping sound came from a wooded area at the rear of Winn’s residence, but as the two deputies and Winn approached, the sound stopped and started again, but from a different direction.

Winn told the officers he made the sighting after hearing the ‘beep’ while inside his house. He went out to investigate the noise and that was when he spotted the UFO with the green and blue lights.”


Wikipedia article: “Durham, Maine”:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Durham,_Maine

“Lewiston, Maine” (City-Data.com):

http://www.city-data.com/city/Lewiston-Maine.html

NOTE: The newspaper date is 18 April 1966.




















Satellite photo of Lewiston, Maine (tageo.com)
(tageo.com photo)

Tuesday, 27 September 2016

UFO Lecture:
“DEF CON 21 – Richard Thieme –
The Government and UFOs A Historical Analysis”


Source: DEFCONConference (YouTube channel)

In this lecture, Richard Thieme talks about the book, “UFOs and Government: A Historical Inquiry.”

Thieme is co-author of the book.


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UFO News Article:
“Saucer-like Object ‘Poses’
over New York Roof Top”


24 May 1955
(The Pittsburgh Press, Pennsylvania)

The whole article:
“FLYING SAUCER?These pictures were taken by Warren Siegmond from the roof of his Manhattan home May 15 (1955). Mr. Siegmond, a TV technician, was ready to photograph Jeannine Bouiller of France when the model gasped and pointed skyward. Mr. Siegmond noted the spherical object and made several pictures before it disappeared. He served from 1943 to 1945 with an anti-aircraft battalion in England. The pictures were first published by The New York  World-Telegram and Sun.”

The Pittsburgh Press presents two of the UFO photographs. One of the photos seems to show that the UFO is self-luminous.

















Satellite photo of New York City, New York (tageo.com)
(tageo.com photo)

Monday, 26 September 2016

U.S. Government UFO Document:
“PROJECT 10073 RECORD (CARD):
DATE – TIME GROUP: 7 Sept 64/
LOCATION: Whiteman AFB, Missouri”


(Project Blue Book, U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C.)

Source: Fold3.com, Lindon, Utah

Quote from the document:
“Object changing course with wind. Observed as a bright light to South of several Missile sites. In sight for over one hour. Kept changing course. Report as low (200 ft). Efforts by mobile team to close on object failed. Chase turned over to civil authorities. Object described as a blue light size and brightness of auto headlight. At one time reported to appear to explode in mid air. Kept moving and reported to be as low as 20 ft off ground at one of the sites. (Page 1)

… KEPT CHANGING COURSE, (1) OBJECT AT ABOUT 500 FEET OVER SEVERAL SITES, I-10, I-11, J-8, G-4, G-11 …” (Page 4)


Wikipedia article: “Whiteman Air Force Base”:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whiteman_Air_Force_Base

Quote from the Wikipedia article:
“In June 1961, the Department of Defense chose Whiteman to host the fourth Minuteman ICBM wing. On 17 January 1962, the joint venture team of Morrison-Knudsen, Paul Hardeman, Inc., Perini Corporation, and C.H. Leavell & Co. received the prime contract for construction of hardened, underground launch facilities and 15 launch control centers. The project called for the excavation of over 2,000,000 cubic yards of earth and rock.”















B-2 over Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri (wikimedia.org)
(wikimedia.org photo)

UFO News Article & UFO Video:
“Watch police helicopter footage which
captures UFO flying over Bristol Channel”


26 September 2016
(Bristol Post, UK)

The invisible, unknown object was filmed (by thermal cameras) over the Bristol Channel, UK, on 24 September 2016, at around 9:30 p.m.

The police helicopter was flying at 1,000 feet.

The police ruled out that the object could have been a balloon or a Chinese lantern because of the heat and movement.




















Satellite photo of Bristol, UK (tageo.com)
(tageo.com photo)

Sunday, 25 September 2016

UFO Press Conference (Film Clip):
“UFO experts dispute the Condon
Report at a press conference”


(Getty Images, Seattle, Washington)

Source: ABC News VideoSource

The press conference (held at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C. on 11 January 1969) was organised by Major Donald E. Keyhoe (U.S. Marine Corps), Director of the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena.

The speakers are (in order of appearance): Richard H. Hall, Assistant Director, National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena; Donald E. Keyhoe and James E. McDonald, physicist and UFO researcher.

The Condon Report was published in January 1969.

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Wikipedia article: “Condon Committee”:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Condon_Committee












The late Major Donald Edward Keyhoe, U.S. Marine Corps,
NICAP Director, UFO Author & Researcher
(gstatic.com photo)

UFO Press Conference (Film Clip):
“UFO expert Donald Keyhoe disputes
findings of the Condon Report”


(Getty Images, Seattle, Washington)

Source: ABC News VideoSource

Major Donald E. Keyhoe speaks at the press conference (organised by Keyhoe) (held at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C. on 11 January 1969) that discusses the Condon Report.












The late Major Donald Edward Keyhoe, U.S. Marine Corps,
NICAP Director, UFO Author & Researcher
(gstatic.com photo)

UFO Press Conference (Film Clips):
“Donald Keyhoe discusses UFO witnesses
being ridiculed for speaking out”


(Getty Images, Seattle, Washington)

Source: ABC News VideoSource

Major Donald E. Keyhoe speaks at the press conference (organised by Keyhoe) (held at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C. on 11 January 1969) that discusses the Condon Report.

The Condon Report was published in January 1969.











The late Major Donald Edward Keyhoe, U.S. Marine Corps,
NICAP Director, UFO Author & Researcher 

(gstatic.com photo)

UFO Press Conference (Film Clip):
“UFO experts dispute the Condon
Report at a press conference”


(Getty Images, Seattle, Washington)

Source: ABC News VideoSource

The press conference (held at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C. on 11 January 1969) was organised by Major Donald E. Keyhoe (U.S. Marine Corps), Director of the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena.

The speakers are (in order of appearance): David R. Saunders, professor of psychology at the University of Colorado; Donald E. Keyhoe and James E. McDonald, physicist and UFO researcher.













(Wikimedia.org image)

Friday, 23 September 2016

UFO News Article:
“UFO flew beside bus, says driver”


20 October 1988
(The Canberra Times, ACT, Australia)

Source: Trove, National Library of Australia, Canberra, ACT, Australia

The whole article:
“An upset bus driver has told police of being ‘buzzed’ by a UFO in outback Western Australia.

Pioneer Express driver Mr. Peter Chapman said he and seven passengers saw a bright light flying alongside their bus on the Eyre Highway near Mundrabilla, about 100km from the South Australian border.

The sighting was close to where a Perth family claimed their car was picked up by a spaceship, carried down the road and dumped earlier this year.

Sergeant George Johansen, of Eucla police, said his friend Mr. Chapman was at first reluctant to report the sighting, early on Monday morning (17 October 1988).

‘He was a bit upset about it — it was pretty hair-raising for him,’ Sergeant Johansen said. ‘He also thought people would say he was a bit of a nut.’

But Sergeant Johansen said he took seriously Mr. Chapman’s report of a bright light, with another one revolving around it, which he had said appeared over an escarpment.

‘If he reported it, it would not be a hoax. He is not one of those people who makes things up.

‘Seven other people saw it.’

Mr. Chapman, of Ceduna, said the light had come up behind the bus, then flown beside it about 50 metres away and about 100m off the ground.

‘He said a couple of beams of light came out and lit the side of the bus before it disappeared,’ Sergeant Johansen said. ‘It made the hair on the back of his neck stand on end.’ 


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Satellite photo of Mundrabilla, Australia (tageo.com)
(tageo.com photo)

UFO Article:
“ ‘UFOs and Nukes’ Documentary
Critiqued By Skeptic Tim Hebert:
Now the Filmmaker Responds”


By Robert L. Hastings, 16 September 2016
(The UFO Chronicles, 19 September 2016)

Quote from the article:
“A few days ago, I wrote an article in which I expressed surprise that none of my critics had publicly commented on my documentary film, UFOs and Nukes: The Secret Link Revealed, which has been available at Vimeo On Demand since April.

A search of the Internet reveals the extent to which some debunkers have attacked me over the years, following the 2008 publication of my book UFOs and Nukes, in which I present dozens of incidents involving UFO activity at American nuclear weapons sites, as reported in declassified files and military witness testimony. Consequently, I was expecting more of the same once the film was released.            

Shortly after my article appeared online, one of those skeptics, Tim Hebert, wrote a critique which, not surprisingly, contains a number of factual errors, convenient omissions and other misrepresentations.”

http://www.theufochronicles.com/2016/09/ufos-and-nukes-documentary-critiqued-by.html


















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UFO News Article:
“National Archives’ SA director Nick Gleghorn to deliver talk on ‘real-life’ documentation of UFOs”


17 September 2016
(The Advertiser, Adelaide, Australia)









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Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Google Website Searches:
Focus On UFO Incidents Involving
UFOs Absorbing Smaller UFOs


Website: National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP.org):

(Search term: “Absorbed”)

Website: National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC.org):

(“Absorbed”)

Website: UFO Casebook (ufocasebook.com):

(“Absorbed”)

Website: UFOINFO.com:

(“Absorbed”)

Website: UFO DNA (thecid.com/ufo):

(“Absorb”)

(“Absorbed”)

NICAP.org UFO case report:
“REPORT ON THE UFO WAVE OF 1947”

By Ted Bloecher

Case 528 -- July 6 (1947), near Palmdale, California: Mrs. Amy Herdliska, housewife living at Four Points in the Palmdale area, reported that she had seen a group of objects twice during the late evening behaving in a most peculiar manner. She reported to Sgt. W. K. Campbell, of the Lancaster County sheriff’s substation that at 10:36 p.m., ‘over the mountains south of Palmdale, I saw what looked like a mama disc, with three to five little baby discs flying around her.

 ‘The little ones would cavort around for awhile, then they'd fly back and seem to fly into the mama disc’s pouch. Anyway, the mama disc absorbed the baby discs,’ she explained. Mrs. Herdliska said that the objects ‘were luminescent and clearly visible,’ and before they had disappeared to the south over the mountains, they were seen ‘separating’ again. She reported that a second flight of the same puzzling objects was made again at 11:17 p.m. (Case 530).

Sgt. Campbell and other deputies made a routine check and said they saw ‘fleets of mackerel-like clouds 15,000 to 20,000 feet in the air.’ They did not see any of the discs reported by Mrs. Herdliska, and they wrote off the report by explaining that she may have seen ‘reflections of Hollywood arc lights’ on the clouds.

The Los Angeles Herald-Express and the Examiner (both on 7/8) briefly refer to a sighting in North Hollywood at approximately the same time – between ten and eleven p.m. Mrs. William A. Becker, of 6240 Sunset Avenue, reported that she had watched ‘six or eight’ discs for an hour from her home. ‘They were darting back and forth, crisscrossing the sky very high,’ she said. ‘They looked all of ten or twelve feet in width – I finally got tired of looking at them and went to bed.’ There is no indication that Mrs. Becker had seen the same kind of phenomenon as Mrs. Herdliska reported, but if Mrs. Herdliska's ‘mama disc and baby discs’ disappeared to the south in the interval between her two sightings, North Hollywood is where they would be seen.”

http://nicap.org/waves/Wave47Rpt/ReportUFOWave1947_SectionII.htm



















Satellite photo of Palmdale, California (tageo.com)
(tageo.com photo)