We all know the internet is an amazing source of information but I’ve found another site (thanks to Skeptoid) that is titillating (love that word) as well as informative, so I had to share. The following paragraph is a quote from this site and is the introduction to the Blue Book Archives.
The Project Blue Book Archive provides researchers with free online access to over 50,000 official US Government documents relating to the UFO phenomenon. A search engine and various indices are also provided to modernize access to these documents.
You could spend all day at this site if you were so inclined to learn everything you can about aliens. There is a lot of information to slog through, such as graphs on what shapes were most reported (spherical) and when (lots during the late 1940’s) and where (ones I read were Kentucky hill folk, Kelly-Hopkinsville Encounter). So much information you can’t help but wonder…can all these sitings (nearly 15000) be false?
Somewhere around the end of 1975, I and three friends experienced an unidentified flying object encounter. I wrote a story about it for a class once. I’ll post it in the next couple of days. Meanwhile, since it’s going to either rain or snow for the next seven months here in Northern Ontario, check out the above link.
I’ll leave you with an example from the Beaver Valley Times, 1965.