in the process of writing a book on UFOs, I uncovered several
CIA documents that related to Kenneth Arnold's well-publicised incident
in which he received world-wide notoriety when he saw UFOs
over the Cascade Mountains. As anyone with the smallest of interest
in this subject knows things snowballed from there on and a myth
epidemic of UFO sighting then ensued of epidemic proportions. One
man and his dog were then seeing UFOs. It got to such an alarming
state that the CIA even embarked on studying the phenomena and its
implications for mankind.
result of this study saw the CIA concentrate on debunking the whole
thing. The tales of little green men and marsh gas. Whilst still
quietly investigating the phenomena. Those at the head of the CIA
felt that they had to. For there were serious implications of national
security, false nuclear alerts triggered by UFOs. Foreign
powers could use UFOs as a cover to sneak in under the United
States air defences.
matters worse, over White Sands area, all manner of people were
seeing green balls of light from scientists to mechanics. The green
fireballs even appeared to be under intelligent control, the extra
terrestrial hypothesis was considered by a study group under Dr
Lapps, but soon dismissed as all the fireballs were found to be
will disappoint many into UFOs. This is what Dr Lapaz stated,
"I regard the observational evidence observed by the conventional
meteorite falls as providing the necessary background for what is
now being observed, the sound phenomena will cause great fright
in humans especially among animals chickens will fly around trying
to get into cover, dogs will howl and try to get into the house.
Horses will run away. The green fireballs are unusual in the respect
that they are horizontal or nearly so theyre horizontal paths
are traversed low in the atmosphere.
I feel that in all probability that they are not conventional meteorite
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