Crash Retrieval Conference Proceedings, KWIC Index Page: i

This is an automatically generated KWIC Index of the 2003-2009 Crash Retrieval Conference proceedings, created by Richard Geldreich Jr..

Here are links to each year's proceedings and each presentation:

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"infamous" "infancy" "infant" "infbrm" "infc" "infect" "infected" "infecting"

"infection" "infection-a" "infections" "infectious" "infective" "infer" "inference" "inferences"

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"inflame" "inflated" "inflection" "inflicted" "inflicting" "inflight" "influence" "influenced"

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"infom1ational" "infomiation" "infomrntion" "infonnalion" "infonnation" "inforjvla" "inform" "informacion"

"informal" "informant" "informants" "informat" "informati" "informatio" "information" "information-gathering"

"informational" "informed" "informs" "inforn1ation" "inforpation" "inforrnation" "infra" "infrared"

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"inherited" "inhibitions" "inhumo~1" "inianca" "inicnmin" "inift" "inini" "iniootart"

"initial" "initialed" "initially" "initials" "initiate" "initiated" "initiates" "initiative"

"initiatives" "initnsend" "inject" "injected" "injection" "injections" "injtial" "injunction"

"injured" "injuries" "injuring" "injury" "ink" "inking" "inkl" "inkling"

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"inquiry" "inr" "inree" "inregraced" "inrl" "inroad" "inrondle" "inru"

"inrubit" "inrucacion" "inrucate" "inrucating" "inrucations" "inruvidual" "ins" "insane"

"insanity" "inscribe" "inscribed" "inscription" "inscriptions" "inscrutable" "insect" "insect-borne"

"insect-lik" "insectoids" "insects" "insecure" "insecurity" "inseparable" "insert" "insertec"

"inserted" "inside" "insider" "insider's" "insiders" "insidious" "insight" "insightful"

"insights" "insignia" "insignias" "insignificant" "insinuate" "insinuated" "insist" "insisted"

"insistence" "insistent" "insists" "insofar" "insoluble" "inspec-" "inspect" "inspected"

"inspecting" "inspection" "inspections" "inspector" "inspectors" "inspiration" "inspired" "insrallacions"

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"installing" "installment" "instance" "instances" "instant" "instantaneous" "instantaneously" "instantly"

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"intact" "intak" "intake" "intakes" "intangibles" "intcri'crint" "intcrnct" "intealanetary"

"integral" "integraphs" "integrate" "integrated" "integrates" "integration" "integrity" "inteihgence"

"intel" "intelhgence" "inteljeccuaj" "intell" "intellect" "intellects" "intellectual" "intellectually"

"intelligenc" "intelligence" "intelligence--designed" "intelligence-related" "intelligencer" "intelligences" "intelligent" "intelligently"

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"intensjve" "intent" "intention" "intentional" "intentionally" "intentions" "intently" "intents"

"inter" "inter-active" "inter-service" "interact" "interacted" "interacting" "interaction" "interactions"

"interacts" "interaet" "interagency" "interavia" "interbred" "intercede" "intercept" "intercepted"

"intercepting" "interception" "interceptions" "interceptor" "interceptors" "intercepts" "interchange" "intercom"

"interconnect" "interconnecting" "intercontinenta" "intercontinental" "intercourse" "intercultural" "interdepartmental" "interdict"

"interest" "interest''" "interested" "interestin" "interesting" "interestingl" "interestingly" "interests"

"interface" "interfaces" "interfere" "interfered" "interference" "interfering" "intergalactic" "interhaven"

"interim" "interior" "interject" "interlayer" "interlayers" "interlockin" "intermediaries" "intermediary"

"intermediate" "intermingle" "intermittently" "internacional" "internal" "internally" "internat" "internatio"

"internation" "international" "internationalism" "internationalizing" "internationall" "internationally" "interne" "internet"

"interns" "interphone" "interplanetar" "interplanetary" "interplay" "interpol" "interpolate" "interpret"

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"interviewed" "interviewer" "interviewers" "interviewing" "interviews" "intervie·wed" "intestines" "inteuigence"

"intia" "intiigue" "intimate" "intimately" "intimidated" "intimidating" "intimidation" "intl"

"intnn" "intolerable" "intormatton" "intractable" "intricate" "intricately" "intrigue" "intrigued"

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"intrurung" "intrusion" "intrusions" "intuition" "intuitive" "intuitively" "intuitives" "intulligaz"

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"inverse" "inversion" "invert" "inverted" "invescigacion" "invescigacions" "invested" "investi"

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"ioe" "ioetion" "ioffc" "iofu" "iogksofb" "ioh" "iol" "iom"

"iomi" "ion" "ion-oh" "iona" "iona_" "ionaf" "ional" "ione-r's"

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"ipilation" "iplar" "iplcndld" "ipons" "ipprox" "iprnafrlly" "ips" "ipu"

"iq" "ir" "ir's" "ir135tft13ufl" "ira" "iral" "iran" "iran-contra"

"iran-iraq" "irani" "iranian" "iran·" "iraq" "iraqi" "irc" "irc-10"

"irc-16" "irc-h" "ircd" "irch" "ircland" "ird" "ire" "irea"

"irector" "ired" "ireland" "ires" "ire·" "irf1958" "irfoct" "iri"

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"irk" "irkstaa" "irlh" "irlr" "irma" "irma-" "irn" "irnan"

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"irrefutable" "irrefutably" "irregular" "irregularly" "irregularl~" "irrelevant" "irresolvable" "irrespective"

"irrevocably" "irrigate" "irritated" "irritation" "irs" "irshafts" "irst" "irt"

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"irutiatives" "irutiauy" "irvine" "irving" "irving_opiat" "ir·" "ir•" "is&"

"is'-j" "is'inevitable" "is1cn1" "is1e111" "is_" "isaac" "isaacson" "isabella"

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"isdn" "ise" "isegg" "ishmael" "ishment" "isiam" "isibility" "isii"

"isil" "isilin" "ision" "isj" "isks" "isl" "isla" "islam"

"island" "islanders" "islands" "isle" "isles" "islin" "ism" "ismeo"

"isn't" "isner" "isnpersonie" "isolate" "isolated" "isolating" "isolation" "isolationism"

"ison" "isotope" "isotopes" "isp" "israel" "isricets" "isrws" "issance"

"issificd" "issl'rtcct" "isso" "issuance" "issue" "issued" "issues" "issuing"

"ist" "isthl'ij" "istnwir" "isu" "is~" "is•" "is•----·" "it'"

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"italian" "italicization" "italicized" "italics" "italy" "itay" "itb" "itborli«d"

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"iuuminating" "iuuscracion" "iuusions" "iuustration" "iuut" "iuy" "iu~" "iv"

"iv'ilhelm" "iv-s" "iv1inister" "iv1r" "iva" "ivan" "ivanovski" "ivc"

"ivc-l" "ive" "ivell" "ivem" "ivf\xi" "ivf\xl" "ivi'" "ivi\v'"

"ivilhe" "iviodule" "ivith" "ivitnes" "iviw" "ivj-pror" "ivlaggio" "ivlexico"

"ivly" "ivorlrl" "ivt~tl" "ivy" "iw" "iwaitint" "iwc-array" "iwenly"

"iwihikq" "iwlkonod" "iwm" "iwo" "iwo-battered" "iwot" "iwowml" "iwrfrte"

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 aircraft's movements were nothing I'd seen, and because it was night the o 2004 Page #54  
about their geometry. So I thought I'd put the question, would there be any 2004 Page #233  
t for both you and Kelly Qohnson], I'd appreciate knowing if your belief co 2005 Page #80  
 cover for a nuclear accident — as I'd always done when referring to the in 2006 Page #126  
crashed. But you could see for, oh I'd say, three to five hundred yards whe 2006 Page #176  
e late 1970's or early 80's? Well, I'd heard rumors about the alleged event 2006 Page #180  
earchers, so how hard could it be? I'd have this investigation wrapped up i 2006 Page #180  
monly used than many people trunk. I'd Like to talk about another interesti 2007 Page #25  
continued to study the information I'd amassed. 1 don't know if :Mr. Haas b 2007 Page #76  
recognizable from the organization I'd joined over two decades ago. 1967 Th 2008 Page #62  
ive staff would bring me files and I'd have to decide whether to authorize  2008 Page #62  

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 broadcasts from various stations. I'll never forget watching the special b 2003 Page #54  
sociated with the Kecksburg crash. I'll make it clear, there has never been 2003 Page #67  
 till tomorrow or the next day, so I'll tell it all tonight and get done wi 2003 Page #68  
into those leaves taking pictures. I'll tell you what, I bet the one man in 2003 Page #69  
ooking at. Joel later said to me," I'll tell you what, something manned tha 2003 Page #69  
the tunnels, how long or how wide? I'll tell you what, in comparison to the 2004 Page #53  
s testimony and other records. Now I'll do a little speculating about some  2004 Page #130  
ldn't believe, but said "Oh well — I'll go along with it." And one conversa 2004 Page #182  
ase." He kind of went "Yeah, well, I'll tell you." Emenegger went ahead wit 2004 Page #184  
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t really was, but then afterwards, I'll have to kill you." There is much mo 2004 Page #185  
t." The answer came back, "Listen, I'll have your ass. You're going to do i 2004 Page #193  
5: "I think it's a safe house. And I'll tell you it has every sign of being 2005 Page #66  
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us by Moise defies description and I'll not attempt to give you the details 2005 Page #99  
ly about his own UFO experience , "I'll neYer make fun of people who say th 2005 Page #119  
h. Now, we have another radar that I'll tell you uses something called the  2006 Page #147  
ICAL COLUMN? Yes. That is correct. I'll tell you something that happened in 2006 Page #153  
mething that happened in 1966 that I'll never forget. 150                   2006 Page #153  
transferred some time in 1977. And I'll never forget that day, either. He h 2006 Page #160  
 the event that this is an attack. I'll keep you informed. After I hang up  2006 Page #164  
y on the internacional news wires. I'll come back to the wire services late 2007 Page #13  
 ever make jt onto the news wires. I'll give some examples of trus shortly. 2007 Page #16  
y double-spaced, single-sided WHAT I'LL COVER ■ How I became involved ■ The 2007 Page #42  
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 misleading or wrong. Accordingly, I'll clarify the position, explain what' 2008 Page #61  
ere intelligently controlled. Now, I'll say one other thing -it's certainly 2009 Page #75  

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y radar...These Buck Rogers things I'm talking about are not so Buck Rogeri 2003 Page #16  
ith supporting testimony, although I'm sure that other words would fit and  2003 Page #28  
his is a story I haven't told, and I'm going to tell you now. She told me t 2003 Page #199  
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n bored, years ago. You know where I'm talking about, and if you look, down 2004 Page #53  
lligence Agency? Smith: (Chuckles) I'm sorry, gentlemen, but I don't care t 2004 Page #95  
do? I chose to go with it. I guess I'm really glad I did. If I had it to do 2004 Page #190  
nce Shartle told me that he said, "I'm sorry, Sir, you know — you will have 2004 Page #193  
n of the United States government, I'm happy to do that. But I'm not going  2004 Page #194  
ernment, I'm happy to do that. But I'm not going to put my name on a film t 2004 Page #194  
er, our concentration. .. And what I'm saying is — you all laughed when I s 2004 Page #197  
.." All I can tell you is, I think I'm hot on the trail." 206               2004 Page #209  
 to believe, or to disbelieve, but I'm not interested in "belief" or "disbe 2004 Page #214  
rested in "belief" or "disbelief." I'm interested in evidence, and in facts 2004 Page #214  
able at the time. So, which is it? I'm not an expert on fifty year-old rada 2004 Page #220  
f course, Pflock also admits that "I'm certainly not a handwriting expert." 2004 Page #221  
ematics or computer software used, I'm sure Andrew would be most happy to e 2004 Page #238  
t I don't know the exact location. I'm almost positive it happened in 1953. 2005 Page #43  
ility highlighted by yellow arrow. I'm standing inside the odd triangle fea 2005 Page #51  
f me moving at my speed or faster. I'm trying to close in for a better look 2005 Page #64  
tive. «Yes," he wrote to Andrews, "I'm a believer in both categories. I fee 2005 Page #80  
ecause she was clearly frightened. I'm not sure my answer gave her any comf 2005 Page #86  
t it still looked faked. The point I'm making is that the Santilli creature 2005 Page #150  
previousl y made public, as far as I'm aware. I asked him if he had any oth 2005 Page #151  
nd we will be doing some of that), I'm going to assume that it is reasonabl 2006 Page #102  
ficult to go into the details, but I'm a bit more inclined to think that th 2006 Page #130  
like they are from outer space. ...I'm at 2,300 feet. Don't come after me." 2006 Page #141  
had changed my life because I KNEW I'm one of the only people on the planet 2006 Page #148  
rvous about this and I want to say I'm glad to be able to say something abo 2006 Page #151  
ike this. It's not a human being — I'm telling you straight up. It was not  2006 Page #159  
 Okinawa story. He said, 'Alright, I'm pretty convinced that you saw what y 2006 Page #162  
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into his helmet radio, "Wh000eee...I'm standing on the UF0!"4° He claims to 2006 Page #187  
r American advertising agency, but I'm going to guess it was a failure. Wil 2007 Page #65  
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f human and vehicle abduction that I'm aware of. In it, alien craft appeari 2007 Page #74  
edge has ever been alluded to that I'm aware of Which companies are using t 2007 Page #76  
osmic approach avoidance conflict: I'm fascinated by the subject but can't  2007 Page #77  
s and Physics. So 1 was interested I'm some but I have this problem where i 2007 Page #80  
 respected family members of note? I'm just curious. GM: Not that l know of 2007 Page #81  
y are mifaary organisation really. I'm sure NASA does honeypotting as well. 2007 Page #87  
of how it can look wrong. :rvf\Xl: I'm still interested how a note left to  2007 Page #90  
wing, egg-shaped disc in May 1974. I'm coming to that, but first I want to  2007 Page #160  
r in altitude. Mom and Paul: Yeah, I'm sure they saw it for a long time bef 2007 Page #171  
 things chat have been kept quiet. I'm sure if the government wanted co kee 2007 Page #171  
of extreme defense significance." "I'm naturally suspicious of anyone that  2008 Page #34  
's words on this very same issue: "I'm naturally suspicious of anyone that  2008 Page #38  
e they haven't happened in the UK. I'm accused of being part of a cover-up  2008 Page #68  
RA MIST? Absolutely , no question! I'M TRYfNG TO GET A REALITY CHECK ON THE 2008 Page #77  
ston) can feel it! ... I feel like I'm being pulled. Something 's pulling m 2008 Page #85  
lina's note At my father's request I'm sending this trial package. Like my  2008 Page #115  
ed in the Intelligence Community . I'm a retired GA employee with thirty ye 2008 Page #115  
o, more work needs to be done. But I'm accepting a tentative conclusion tha 2009 Page #11  
 whatever it was and it's gone and I'm just standing there with Adrian behi 2009 Page #80  
mething that I will never forget, "I'm 72 years old; I've outlived two husb 2009 Page #88  

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1949 and was first employed by Air i'v[areriaJ Command at \"(/rightPatterso 2005 Page #41  

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rch. Other labs involved were RCA, i'v11T and several engineering centers.  2005 Page #173  

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tem as well ... it's all just mad. i'v1W: So how are you managing for money 2007 Page #92  

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Art Bell © 1996. The letter said: "I've followed your broadcasts over the l 2003 Page #97  
 not come across the subject since I've been back - I guess it's January 20 2003 Page #202  
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ld well where the crash occurred. "I've been told it's radioactive," Mrs. O 2004 Page #29  
ston, Cayanasac and Dule is noted, I've seen that log entrance. I saw a lot 2004 Page #51  
They completely go round the base. I've been down 'em. ... If he keeps truc 2004 Page #52  
architect's drawings all the time, I've moved out of this field now. ... Wh 2004 Page #52  
ence for those three tunnels, then I've got a marker, and I can mark it on  2004 Page #53  
ge in 1980. This is the first time I've ever wrote about this. F.W.S. 54    2004 Page #57  
tempt at suicide he told Bob Wood "I've found out what's behind it"..." All 2004 Page #209  
ces over the past couple of years, I've met some of these folks. They are a 2004 Page #215  
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up in the Star Telegram's archive? I've pondered this long and hard and the 2004 Page #237  
anything. \\lhatever I had to say, I've already said." Then he left the roo 2005 Page #35  
ng team! He must remain anonymous; I've dubbed him Fritz \Verner." 1t was f 2005 Page #40  
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ebris down field in a massive way. I've taken a look at the terra server im 2005 Page #67  
ow something is going on out here. I've actually interviewed a person in a  2005 Page #68  
 believe their reality is a given. I've written about this at length, most  2005 Page #73  
underpla) ed for many years, wruch I've lately been thinking about. Trus co 2005 Page #85  
ongressional aide, typically say, "I've looked at countless numbers of offi 2005 Page #130  
t all I can say is that everything I've collected since all points to the f 2006 Page #124  
seen. It was something that no one I've talked to has ever seen. It took in 2006 Page #149  
S A LIE Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Bill: "I've always been wanting to tell this to 2006 Page #150  
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o it. Enough is enough. For years, I've understood the need for secrecy. Bu 2006 Page #163  
are proper for Mr. At/lee's safeg. I've now finished ng message and I'm goi 2006 Page #167  
Go? For as long as I can remember, I've had an abiding interest in space st 2006 Page #182  
                                   I've divided my talk today into the foll 2007 Page #9  
nd articles written under contract I've alreadv mentioned the CIA's Roberts 2007 Page #21  
peration? Not with any information I've been able to establish. Has any tru 2007 Page #76  
 alien presence on Earth? Not that I've come across. What products and mark 2007 Page #76  
all Air Defense Squadrons." "Well, I've been contacted by one of them. Firs 2007 Page #133  
it might be some kind of hoax. But I've double-checked . He actually is wit 2007 Page #133  
lly knows what he ls looking for. "I've never seen anything like this,-says 2007 Page #145  
e been outdoors for many hours and I've looked at helicopters and other air 2008 Page #54  
. It was a subjective business and I've done it myself: administrative staf 2008 Page #62  
ommander) goes, 'Well, gentlemen , I've got some interesting news for you.  2008 Page #86  
al craft fabric. It made no sense. I've never seen anything that had that t 2009 Page #64  
e Area -that tape was listened to. I've also been told that the NSA (Nation 2009 Page #78  
his was not of this Earth. Nothing I've seen could come close to what this  2009 Page #85  
l never forget, "I'm 72 years old; I've outlived two husbands and survived  2009 Page #88  
st thing, the most rewarding words I've ever had said in my life were, when 2009 Page #93  

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red at Taire Mountain, Bolivja, in i'vfay 1978. A formerly-Secret Scace Dep 2005 Page #143  

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ur own stupid fault kjd!" (Laughs) i'vI\Xl: Can you tell us any more about  2007 Page #92  

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sky until it crashed and exploded. i'viany of the witnesses describe seeing 2007 Page #128  

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nference: Stephen Bassett, Richard i'vl. Dolan, Dr. Kevin Randle, Don Schmi 2008 Page #3  

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ed U.S. financing during World War I-and the Gennan High Command. Lenin, li 2008 Page #125  

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 who la 57 years reaponee to caro. I-ateat rapnrta old. entered the Naval H 2003 Page #91  

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nment, rating higher even than the I-I-bomb. b. Flying saucers exist. c. Th 2005 Page #128  

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*quarc and lhe material *a* »pn ad i-n thi ground. but there wa* tin or cra 2003 Page #132  

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mmand Seattle, WA, July 27, 1984. "Ibid. " Ibid. 181                        2006 Page #184  
attle, WA, July 27, 1984. "Ibid. " Ibid. 181                                2006 Page #184  
gham Herald, December 31, 1984. 4° Ibid.                                    2006 Page #187  
Sources 1 USAF Fact Sheet, 1987. 1 Ibid. 3 Letter to Nick Redfern from the  2008 Page #38  
rt M. Wood, publication pending 21 Ibid. 33                                 2008 Page #39  

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tlu1t llica. . ll~hi or the lnvi.;:iblc ultri1•v1ol,t I PlllDe Chtck Con!id 2009 Page #182  

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utt had been briefed on the incred.ible performance specifications of these 2007 Page #111  
: "''e:irnn :,IJ,~ed co be .is le':ible / P'ndleto:,_ Ou. Jun~ 2.\ r-Pr-· u 2009 Page #163  

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MPANIES SPECIFICALLY ~ MENTIONED ■ IBM ■ Hughes Aircraft ■ Bell Labs and ■  2005 Page #6  
y at American corporations such as IBM, Hughes Aircraft, Bell Labs, and Dmv 2005 Page #167  
. International Business Machines [IBM], and its chaim1an Thomas J. Watson. 2008 Page #128  
 Polish workers , Black found that IBM technology was passed not only throu 2008 Page #128  
aw, which reported directly to the IBM New York headquarters . Data process 2008 Page #128  

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 began on September 14, 1957, when Ibrahim Sued, a popular columnist with t 2007 Page #194  

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d to enter into the back alleys of iBternatienal politics to engage in the  2009 Page #12  

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nt I• telllngthe truth about UFO• (Ib•L does nOl lnd,de 140                 2008 Page #146  

Word: "ic", 28 instance(s) (Back to Top)

 • TOP SMUT • TOP SiEtiktir-h-M AJ IC EYES ONLY EYES ONLY T52 —EXEMT: James 2004 Page #203  
Shockley links to war, Bush, R&D ■ IC patent holders were proteges 9        2005 Page #11  
 UFO Crash Retrieval Conference 10 IC PATENTS ■ Texas Instruments ainid RCA 2005 Page #12  
claims are not easily proven ■ His IC claims seem quite inaccurate ■ His fi 2005 Page #12  
found 1 The St111ct11re of Scient{/ic Revolutions , Thomas S. Kuhn, Univers 2005 Page #117  
FO propulsion may derive from atom.ic reactors. Those with access to "speci 2005 Page #130  
NT MET AL, RECOVERED TN THE REPUBL IC OF THE CONGO, ORIGIN BELIEVED TO BE A 2005 Page #142  
ot the wider interests of the publ.ic. We are now being cold that we must g 2007 Page #36  
age of a uro in a particular!) ci\ ic cause: trying to help solve their tra 2007 Page #69  
Final rcpt. Jan 73-Jan 74. Ddcnss; Ic:,bairnl lnfonn;iti on C s;nts;r Corpo 2007 Page #163  
veral days after. It was just like ic never happened. Aunt: Like it never h 2007 Page #171  
 a kjnd of darker ring surroundjng ic, and with a surface so smooth that it 2007 Page #196  
 a considerable height, I remember ic majescic, imposing, then some orange  2007 Page #196  
. Air Force response to both pub I ic and media inquiries, is as follows: O 2008 Page #23  
. I calkd ,xx-c! the: loc..'.1.l r.ic:..o c;:.:;::.i.-oc~ ..-.c.: tr .. ~/  2008 Page #57  
e speed of the objects as 'jantast ic. " Right after the orbs of light depa 2008 Page #58  
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ernacional law co c.he poinc where ic would be capable of coping wich new s 2008 Page #112  
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n:i~rs;andin;;~ on similarity to o:ic m~thod o! i:sini: :h~ p1:t o{ !ayml!: 2009 Page #182  
ained to been clcclurcd tn be as b,ic u a\OrJ• President Roo.evelt by sdenU 2009 Page #182  
President Roo.evelt by sdenUsts ln ic bombs. Bui them• ciaim~ omit 11\c 193 2009 Page #182  
c had n .'l;\.\lccl \hot the ator..ic bomb had I,' llccn rendered obsolete, 2009 Page #183  
e No Doubt Device Exists A'ILAN .L IC CITY, ~. J:, June J,~ 1-,T'}--Thcre I 2009 Page #184  
S and that .!1rst repo!"tS, al• li!ic l(r1ctc1· a.bout it." . : radiaUon of 2009 Page #184  
c5c11t he 1~ 1it: was not a biolci:ic al wea[)On. clllc! cng!n!!(J ~· o!_ U 2009 Page #184  

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r")A "'_...H:~t- . TI4CH $)OT AWAY IC' $1ll'l!liNIC: !,rl;[O. TOUOIVIOrV-C" 2009 Page #126  

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ti1n:s AT .,1.1. Tl~IT. II · rISA."iC'l-u. ~UF.Kl:H WORST ~r.iC[ Cl • l't.! 2008 Page #156  

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                    •+++~++++++-++ IC-1'1 • Pinto. Phys. Rcv.B, 60, 21. 199 2005 Page #23  

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,....._,,,.,ty Ful\'"-=•u-i 11-.,::ic-~ to •1.~:;;;,~;;~·,:t!·-x1~":.~~ ~~; 2007 Page #176  

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ch1d cnc1nrrr or nation rh11t !irn Ic11rns ttl plot rhtjlhe motion f)icturt 2009 Page #183  

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-Y -1 11.u ... ..,a, Ui cu,·. r~A;.ICA/Urz::.LJT~ ._._,~•• .......... _._ 1 2009 Page #123  

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t issued by the laboratory of clin.ica1 analysis of Hospital Born Pastor re 2005 Page #34  

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q. lille of llhidl r-11ed the Arnl"icai pubfic Vasttyimproval media cootrol 2009 Page #151  

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iQJly anly:cd as well as microscop ical I·· The inkl were Than compared to  2007 Page #46  

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 Ql.anuf& cturod in 1939. Idcnt if ication of. the t.yp,e:font required & s 2007 Page #46  

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h Institute of the Parallel World. ICBM Semipalatinsk 151                   2004 Page #154  
 Space Program Built world's first ICBM, the R-7 Headed 0KB-1 157           2004 Page #160  
hat an out-ofcontrol U.S. military ICBM missile crashed on July 11, 1970, i 2007 Page #185  
BYELOKORO\IICHE ,UKRAINE • NUCLEAR ICBM LAUNCH rACILllY • 91D'UFO SEEN BY H 2008 Page #150  
ed Soviet UFO decoy use with their ICBM program. This was a glaring omissio 2009 Page #18  

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Witary i\gain ■ UFOs Over Montan.3 ICBMs ■ Enter the Triangles ■ Miy 3, 197 2008 Page #159  
y resembled what we knew of Soviet ICBMs and indicated that the Soviets wou 2009 Page #17  

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 uµ "-" I.he •~om:c bomb," ETJ.stc:icc o; the •;,r:e-;,on ..-o..s di.I· ::i 2009 Page #182  

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nl! ol 04e• ncilo111ttivhy to be e!icclivc In war. teriologira! 11tl..ci. · 2009 Page #182  

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nce Agency (DIA). the MilitarJ Ser,iccs. and the Unified and Specified Comm 2007 Page #175  

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, like water does when it turns to ice, and that makes bismuth valuable for 2003 Page #106  
e fingers of the photographer. The ice cream cone shape more or less resemb 2003 Page #173  
re o Ovoid or circular shape, like ice cream cone □ Airfoil or triangular s 2003 Page #174  
—contamination worry, dead ones in ice; try to ensure survival; minimize in 2003 Page #175  
 no bare hands o Preserve remains: ice, tarps, labels, sealed containers o  2003 Page #177  
in jars, marked, refrigerated with ice 11 8/2003 Spec.ai Operations MaruJ G 2003 Page #177  
alien occupants, put the bodies on ice and kept the truth under wraps. Fran 2004 Page #136  
prevented freeze burn from the dry ice packed beneatl1. As a number of Air  2005 Page #43  
enish-blue ... and put them in the ice box." Later in about 1951 or 1952, a 2005 Page #131  
faulty wiring, to pilot error...to ice in the wrong place. It could have be 2006 Page #11  
el Compan y's famous Flying Saucer ice cream sandwich in 1976, retrulers ca 2007 Page #65  
uation took us down to this little ice cream place that made corn dogs and  2007 Page #124  
ream place that made corn dogs and ice cream and stuff. ivly mom was trying 2007 Page #124  
time we got down there and got our ice cream and were heading back, we saw  2007 Page #124  
 '\Vas just a little hamburger and ice cream place. When we were on our way 2007 Page #124  
 in length -that protruded from an ice cap located at the southwest edge of 2007 Page #137  
r object sacking partly out of the ice. No way was this wood, he said, like 2007 Page #138  
s partially buried under the thick ice and snow of Mt. Ararat. "My dad said 2007 Page #138  
 old, ,, as deeply embedded in the ice, "was vacant inside as if it had bee 2007 Page #139  
id it looked like a huge metal de, ice that had crashed into the ice, proba 2007 Page #139  
 de, ice that had crashed into the ice, probabl~ thousands of) ears ago." F 2007 Page #139  

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ious leaks are only the tip of the iceberg. There are scores of other examp 2004 Page #196  
his only represents the tip of the iceberg as far as on-going research into 2005 Page #151  
Richard M. Dollln 2007 The Secrecy Iceberg : .,.. ... _ ..- • ■             2007 Page #50  
never see more than the top of the iceberg, at least in this generation. Bu 2009 Page #12  
never see more than the tqp of the iceberg, at least in this generation. Bu 2009 Page #24  

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ampionship Chess match was held in Iceland 4                                2006 Page #7  

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Died at Fred, President Declares , Icepita A P00A1 00"00AI sterard to Se i. 2004 Page #203  

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ome sort of conspirac y in play wh.ich is employing such themes to increase 2007 Page #76  
MYSTERIES: The Midnight Marauder E:ich day, just before dusk, r:inchcn nnd  2007 Page #145  
sary to esc.ablish communicacion 1,ich chem chrough some language or other, 2008 Page #112  
nlcian J. ii~. Snodgrass. l. .L.et:ich od th.ls cin to to r0po.rt on 1'7 by 2009 Page #175  
oerall; 51Bted d.i.st..lnce !or s:.ich !rom ao:; conceivab le fornl! ol 04e 2009 Page #182  

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e magazine: This one written by iv[ichael Gladych. He begins by describing  2005 Page #172  

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e vault of Adm.iral Frederick H. M.ichaelis, who was Ch.ief of Naval Materi 2005 Page #130  

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.1411.teriiing military officer Is icheliale4 to 'writ/ at teelsa at lup. a 2004 Page #20  

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our use and file. CkrrwrnjeOfft*UU ICHIt: . In waking yw appraisal It 4* th 2003 Page #216  

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it any legitimacy to the topic. \X/ichout significant institutional support 2005 Page #76  

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OF GEOPHYSICAi. iNVESTIGATiONS , \/ICINITY OF DUERT RANGE EXPERIMENTAL STAT 2005 Page #60  

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ed four other discs fl~ing co its ,icirury as if co assist it. They were of 2007 Page #199  

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~o ~o IM~:~ C)IIUV1!1YAY ,OU~OF ~H.iCJ.C S"nPPEO ,._..,. U"-OEJltSl%.L!: l, 2009 Page #118  

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,.mo,,CJJP\Jll, -:i~~~A. "{;f'JOC\"ICl'N MR £.N. ~ .. 1 Watt s ~ ...... ,.. 2005 Page #20  

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roduced t.ho 334 page document was iclentifi•d aa matching an Underwood Por 2007 Page #46  

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oo_mmcnl llay on. be give:1 p\':ct.icn\ a1wllc:,.tion in\ Nc11· Zea.lane re 2009 Page #182  

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 what I remember. He had a New Mex.ico State Patrol uruform on and 1 rememb 2007 Page #169  

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ould likely not become a celebrity icon. Media would tend to treat it with  2006 Page #61  
recognize~ an~ ?eloved a worldwide icon as _Mickey Mouse. His appeal to chi 2007 Page #62  

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 PROJECT-Y2 SUPERSO]'.'IC \"ERSJON ICREW l\t-:\CH2 PROJECT -Y2 TEST ,\IIKIU 2007 Page #112  
T !CREW ~.(ACM .9.: l'ROJECT- 1794 ICREW MACH4 AT ( I 00.000 TT I PROJECT-  2007 Page #112  
TT I PROJECT- I 194 TEST AlRCRAF"T ICREW 106 --------------------- -------- 2007 Page #112  

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Drug Administration began to build ics case against Reich in 1947. The red  2005 Page #93  
uld compel us c.o make a change in ics scructure, a change so basic that ic 2008 Page #112  
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 have found the correct site as de icted below. 11 After reviewing the oral 2006 Page #47  

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..--• A,XUTO(',\l'JT.\l.l.OFt : ~· icto'suRE lllE PRE~UlE:S "fU.L f.L[CTIOS 2008 Page #156  

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 , \ soarer tktEetie 4i the MP*. S:ictraAi 9.10.1 • Mikoyan- Gureivich • (M 2004 Page #165  

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 Ic11rns ttl plot rhtjlhe motion f)icturt ,ound di..-hioni paths of air m1u 2009 Page #183  

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sky, with the praccical impossibi_ icy of determining who the aggressor is, 2008 Page #114  

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ry on tlw intcrnct ·Enginl·ering b;ic·kground •Cost ,·s. benefit            2009 Page #198  

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.. ,\rcla•olo~ic:11 \.\r"chc•o•lo;"ic•:alf\. I he hranc-11 of :.1nthropolo~ 2005 Page #107  

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negatives each have a hand-written ID number (1-4) written on them, but in  2004 Page #235  
ey \Vere told it was embalming flu.id. The bodies he said, are now stored a 2005 Page #42  
 at the Blowhard Mountain Facility ID Z-216 that had first become operation 2006 Page #151  
 Whidbg Island) and government(NOR/ID) tracking sources indicated no presen 2006 Page #189  
heriff interviewed on the radio sa.id, "They can say what they want, but it 2007 Page #130  
             A La Paz newspaper sa.id today that there is great interest in 2007 Page #142  
tler's 1933 Enabling Act. The Real ID Act and the rapid growth of surveilla 2008 Page #123  
 APOLLOPROBLDI; \VJi,-\TNO ONE St\,ID!! Apollo was about far more than goin 2008 Page #151  
.\l ,,ir,1.~1., • o.~.1· Cl :.cl, ,ID(}\ L 1111 \I • PWOft\ JI 10 r,1.n , 1 2008 Page #154  
et Uruon's UF0 Programs ■ China a.,id :\ustralasia Great Expectations ■ Jin 2008 Page #161  
.ttD?v.llSyndrornt ■ Mov:rlf: TouQ.Id ~BceUiot1t ■ The Fort Di,;,. McG\&U . 2009 Page #143  
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pul,lic..1:,- ll=o:sDt'cd . ln$:t,;id, ~e-: 1cala1,,· hy Krr.n~:h ."uaold.  2009 Page #163  
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Ul?:\al,rl tnr .. :cm homh . lns1c;id of allnwin, nm dnur.~• The :,r.f)t'r  2009 Page #183  
i en, however, that Ile _himself a;id quoted him as sayin1, that he had rec 2009 Page #184  

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ing Facility U A-002-6 Area 51 S-4 ID-301-F Area 51 S-4 DD-303N Area 51 S-4 2003 Page #175  

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st in the late 1940s, specifically Idaho and Montana, at time of the Maury  2003 Page #42  
E #32: Four teats removed, Nounan, Idaho, October 9, 1989 ...or like this c 2004 Page #77  
9 ...or like this cow from Nounan, Idaho, back on October 9, 1989. All four 2004 Page #77  
: Rectum and tail removed, Nounan, Idaho 1989. Sometimes along with the rec 2004 Page #77  
emoved as occurred in this Nounan, Idaho, case in 1989. SLIDE #37: Apple Va 2004 Page #77  
F indicated reports coming in from Idaho, Utah, Arizona, 'OCD' 28th and 29t 2008 Page #9  
raced over New York, Kansas, Utah, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Wyoming, Ari 2008 Page #16  

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tte. peer Art Ikansa‘ Inclosed yen idal find a lemorandon Report on the Psy 2004 Page #18  

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Air Dre:un-l'lam· ~ Fl_,·iu;! 0111,idc (;r:n·i1~- t_··· .. ,.. .! ......... 2005 Page #30  

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Crash Retrieval Conference ROSWELL IdciivesIeil Fiets, in in Will li Believ 2003 Page #128  

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ypewriter Ql.anuf& cturod in 1939. Idcnt if ication of. the t.yp,e:font req 2007 Page #46  

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c ultri1•v1ol,t I PlllDe Chtck Con!idcud r~,i;. . . Short-wave :-ad.io ray; 2009 Page #182  

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m Roswell, but sometimes I get the idea that some of it may have come from  2003 Page #43  
bject In the Woods." Murphy had no idea that the information he had gathere 2003 Page #54  
wever, the reader should have some idea of who this man was and a sense of  2003 Page #85  
 at Kirtland said that they had no idea what he was talking about when he t 2003 Page #144  
 to titillate someone at APRO. The idea was to put out feelers to see who c 2003 Page #146  
ven though he hadn't the slightest idea of what he pointing at. The AFOSI d 2003 Page #149  
efinitely worth considering is the idea of a highly maneuverable, brightly- 2003 Page #151  
ONTINUED SECRECY IS PROBABLY A BAD IDEA q The price of secrecy has been ill 2003 Page #188  
at the concept of Star Wars was an idea that Reagan got from the 1951 movie 2003 Page #199  
ow billions are being spent on the idea. Bill Clinton Clinton, like Jimmy C 2003 Page #199  
ind of things that have led to the idea that Clinton may have been cut out  2003 Page #199  
that has been told to support this idea is a story told by Dr. Steven Greer 2003 Page #199  
ut it, and said that this one case idea would be fine. He was choosing the  2003 Page #200  
ed blank look on my face. I had no idea what he was talking about. You said 2003 Page #201  
d a critical aspect to testing the idea that both directives were prepared  2003 Page #209  
e to time? It is poileibl4 but the idea that it might be & meteorite eeems  2004 Page #19  
ctober 4, 1967, he probably had no idea of the chain of events that would u 2004 Page #34  
 the first time he entertained the idea of an aircraft accident near the Ha 2004 Page #36  
or a few days. Holy shit. I had no idea. ... 46                             2004 Page #49  
eering. I was first exposed to the idea that the American government might  2004 Page #65  
ewhere out west. Friedman: OK. Any idea what year this was? Sarbacher: Well 2004 Page #92  
the public reacted strongly to the idea of alien invasion. None of the worl 2004 Page #123  
en used by the recovery teams. The idea of covert operations to fool the pu 2004 Page #125  
hought of them only to dismiss the idea of life upon them as improbable or  2004 Page #148  
s but thought "Oh well." He had no idea of what was about to happen. Emeneg 2004 Page #181  
he ET screening, Reagan pushed the idea a bit further when he traveled to t 2004 Page #195  
 presidential UFO briefing was his idea. Nixon definitely knew what was goi 2004 Page #197  
 the public eye seemed like a good idea, particularly in this era of spin;  2004 Page #215  
rl witnesses, bringing to mind the idea of an inevitable cover-up around th 2005 Page #35  
ie of nowhere. Just to give you an idea of cost on trus -each one of these  2005 Page #66  
 me, "why do you think it's a good idea to tell the public? Why frighten pe 2005 Page #86  
 wonder how much. The fact is tl1e idea of aliens here on Earth scared her, 2005 Page #86  
together and give ourselves a good idea of what things look Like, but we ar 2005 Page #86  
ecture is dedjcaced to Living that idea. It is fair to say that the past ce 2005 Page #87  
at's valuable from what isn't. The idea that the trial was orchestrated fro 2005 Page #103  
clear warheads .2 Beyond this, d1e idea of deliberate "seeding" of super-ad 2005 Page #121  
w investigated lend support to the idea that some UFOs have malfunctioned a 2005 Page #161  
ou seen a flying saucer? I have no idea, though I have mostly lived in citi 2006 Page #11  
dentify possible anachronisms. The idea is that if it is shown that SOM1-01 2006 Page #15  
ea airspace. But they scoff at the idea that the jets were chasing a strang 2006 Page #28  
XCART reconnaissance airplane. One idea involved an unmanned drone capable  2006 Page #77  
dar signature. Johnson pitched his idea to officials at the CIA and, on 10  2006 Page #77  
y odor pervaded the site. I had no idea what to look for. The existence of  2006 Page #84  
nfectious agent was a protein. The idea, originally put forward by the Brit 2006 Page #114  
ansmitted. Dr. Stanley Prusiner' s idea is that a single abnormal molecule  2006 Page #114  
ition on my part because I have no idea who this anonymous soldier is. I do 2006 Page #126  
we knew what it was, but we had no idea. "The oddest thing of all, though,  2006 Page #129  
y just disappeared. Now, I have no idea what the communications was with th 2006 Page #146  
ween sweeps and have a pretty good idea of how fast it's going. In my mind, 2006 Page #147  
uch of the equipment and I have NO idea what could do that. AT THAT POINT,  2006 Page #149  
? Right. THAT ALSO CONTRADICTS THE IDEA THAT THIS WAS JUST A NORAD EXERCISE 2006 Page #149  
ographs. I looked at it and had no idea what I was looking at. It was an ol 2006 Page #157  
 now — an alien creature. I had no idea what I was looking at back then, so 2006 Page #157  
he Roswell Incident." And I had no idea at the time that this was in books  2006 Page #161  
the Mysteries. They brought up the idea that I look into the alleged crash  2006 Page #180  
vity. This contradicts the popular idea that people who have these unusual  2006 Page #198  
Linda Howe joined the project. The idea was that Robert Bigelow would fund  2006 Page #203  
igelow was not too happy with this idea. His objections were that people wo 2006 Page #204  
ens. The media began to accept the idea that America faced a permanent host 2007 Page #11  
 to play. Congress was sold on the idea of the Central Intelligence Agency  2007 Page #11  
y American have come to accept the idea, expressed here by President John F 2007 Page #35  
 to your establishing some fact or idea you were actually in search of. lnv 2007 Page #59  
of 1994 the Australian weekly Ne1v Idea ran a t'-.vo-page spread promoting  2007 Page #60  
en Secretion." I don't know if the idea for this ad campaign originated wit 2007 Page #65  
t in the subject. Perhaps the EBEs idea originated with an advertising exec 2007 Page #76  
 i\tf\'(/: \Xfhere did you gee the idea to go looking for harder to find se 2007 Page #85  
 would have taken days so I had an idea. I would look at it on their screen 2007 Page #86  
 those messages . 1t wasn't a good idea really. :rvf\Xl: So drink was an el 2007 Page #90  
d other people in the town have an idea that sometrung strange was going on 2007 Page #122  
the U.S. later that month. 1 f the idea of one of rhe America's most well-k 2007 Page #137  
er corrected, however. Indeed, the idea that the satellite itself was the c 2007 Page #143  
New Mexico, from 1948 onwards, the idea that countless unknown aerial objec 2008 Page #29  
Nick Pope, a major advocate of the idea that some UFOs are extra-terrestria 2008 Page #33  
one. A very uninspired, low funded idea to determine underground things." B 2008 Page #78  
    important to remember that the idea of time travelers from the future c 2008 Page #95  
enario that strongly supported the idea that the blast was one of a nuclear 2008 Page #101  
ave yet to be disclosed. While the idea that an alien spacecraft might have 2008 Page #102  
in the Pentateuch. Obviously , che idea of revolutionizing incernacional la 2008 Page #112  
this occupation come about? 1. The idea of exploitation by one celestia l s 2008 Page #113  
derstand it Marshal l rebuffed the idea of Oppenheimer discussing chis with 2008 Page #114  
Morgans , Hammans and Milners. The idea apparently was to create a Socialis 2008 Page #125  
nal physics lending support to the idea that the Nazis were pursuing esoter 2008 Page #138  
ortant than the once revolutionary idea that our earth is not the whole uni 2009 Page #20  
t strike by the United States. The idea is basically sound but fool hardy i 2009 Page #22  
 . Because Harold Dahl put out the idea that the Maury Island UFO had been  2009 Page #33  
uction-worker Truman Bethurum. His idea of a close encounter was very diffe 2009 Page #54  
 how great of a supposition is the idea that June Crain was exposed to the  2009 Page #92  
ter stories in this country," This idea is picked up by other reporters and 2009 Page #138  
umns, in 1920, poured scorn on the idea of a certain Robert Goddard that ro 2009 Page #139  
xperts, most of whom were given no idea of the ultimate objective , for sec 2009 Page #157  
ments, New Zealand, to examine the idea at Noumea in February 1944. New Cal 2009 Page #164  
ment , New Zealand, to examine the idea at Noumea in February 1944." Accord 2009 Page #169  

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replacement systems were less than ideal, according to the Stke#, which not 2004 Page #220  
ol and fiberboard were found to be ideal for the purpose. The non-metallic  2005 Page #90  
sh reality at present. It would be ideal if they were all highly credible,  2005 Page #134  
balanced , l felt that Tim was the ideal researcher to ask for assistance.  2005 Page #147  
d causes and controls. What is the ideal pathogen to use against inhabitant 2006 Page #112  
ibilities. "It might have been the ideal opportunity that the Ministry of D 2006 Page #126  
 background would have made rum an ideal choice to head the autopsy team of 2007 Page #75  
om which you get used to but isn't ideal. My dad would say (in Scottish acc 2007 Page #92  
bridge is a location that would be ideal for a checkpoint if your goal was  2008 Page #51  
rienced investigator would call an ideal witness: he is highly articulate , 2008 Page #57  
 financing a movement based on the ideal of stripping the wealth from men l 2008 Page #125  
tion to maintain and improve their ideal human characteristics , which incl 2008 Page #140  

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the government then insisted upon; idealized and antiseptic, polished and c 2009 Page #134  

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National Personnel Records Center. Ideally, this will pin down precisely th 2003 Page #33  
on , along with cosmonauts, etc. • Ideally the KGB/FSB Nachalnik for UFO's  2004 Page #171  
he best of an uncertain situation. Ideally, an atmosphere/attitude of cosmi 2006 Page #58  
uption of society and the economy. Ideally, there would be openness and hon 2006 Page #58  
er type" or VTOL aircraft would be ideally swred for operations at rrus fac 2007 Page #109  

Word: "ideas", 28 instance(s) (Back to Top)

ttends local schools but has other ideas about his future. In 1911 he is ac 2003 Page #85  
 dictate a memorandum to me of his ideas of a draft of a directive, et cete 2003 Page #230  
ich once told him of a place where ideas that were too dangerous co transpo 2005 Page #81  
imple passivity or mistrust of new ideas as an active approach wruch can be 2005 Page #103  
ailable investigative channels and ideas have been pursued, and with each t 2005 Page #137  
 of Defense was not ignoring these ideas, but was more intent on turning th 2005 Page #172  
lent scenarios, NHI technology and ideas could result in fabulous new produ 2006 Page #56  
 many people begin to adopt higher ideas about life. Over time, NHI influen 2006 Page #60  
xist is to think. Thinking creates ideas, which create realities. These ide 2006 Page #182  
eas, which create realities. These ideas and realities often conflict. So,  2006 Page #182  
metimes people called with unusual ideas that they wanted the Foundation to 2006 Page #197  
ation to fund, such as UFO novelty ideas and toys. One man wanted to open a 2006 Page #197  
y he didn't want to talk about his ideas but said he was off to Virginia to 2006 Page #206  
nd moves forward with his creative ideas. One of the recurring questions th 2006 Page #207  
create some debate and exchange of ideas on this matter. Two opposing attit 2007 Page #59  
liar societies espousing different ideas and different life ways; others th 2007 Page #76  
discard all of their pre-conceived ideas of what an aircraft should look li 2007 Page #99  
ause the content and thrust of the ideas are highly related. Who speaks for 2008 Page #107  
..-•I._, .. _.-.,.., _ _. red Main ideas in the memo ■What relationships sh 2008 Page #116  
r value), and continue selling the ideas until accepted and institutionaliz 2008 Page #144  
t 10 and August 24. Some 1983 main ideas: successful defense need not be I  2009 Page #10  
inking extraterrestrial scientific ideas with terrestrial technology. A rev 2009 Page #19  
strial technology. A revolution of ideas, ideas totally lacking in empirica 2009 Page #19  
technology. A revolution of ideas, ideas totally lacking in empirical knowl 2009 Page #19  
           not yet grasped the new ideas. To most of us the word relativity 2009 Page #20  
hing, yet from these three sets of ideas, occurring entirely within one gen 2009 Page #20  
rrestrial scientific revolution of ideas sprang consequences of a different 2009 Page #20  
. They were said to have exchanged ideas and information. So far as is know 2009 Page #159  

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ol rah4 at the ume Prot sanrtng as idectrostato arecroitato,t. and ears are 2006 Page #35  

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nt i\eaenat1oa riuren.us be .'="OV ided in order to e1pedi te the comple t. 2009 Page #175  

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r attorney Bill Nobles. H.R. "Pig" Idell, then Aurora's city marshal, "rode 2004 Page #31  
dn't call out the National Guard," Idell recalled. "There was me, the sheri 2004 Page #31  
iousness by Pig Idell's son, James Idell, that his grandfather had helped b 2004 Page #31  

Word: "idell's", 1 instance(s) (Back to Top)

was told in all seriousness by Pig Idell's son, James Idell, that his grand 2004 Page #31  

Word: "idence", 1 instance(s) (Back to Top)

early impossible to obtain chat e, idence. Researchers have attempted co ob 2005 Page #167  

Word: "idencify", 1 instance(s) (Back to Top)

nty police officers who refused to idencify themselves. The UFO investigato 2007 Page #129  

Word: "identical", 35 instance(s) (Back to Top)

e bottom of the small sole were of identical material. Again, water enters  2003 Page #49  
or release stamp and date, but not identical. Same processing number 834021 2003 Page #159  
 a photo that had a shape that was identical to one photographed in France  2003 Page #170  
 Flying OBject) reporting that are identical to an unclassified version, an 2003 Page #171  
des 37, 38 and 39. These words are identical to those that were in internal 2003 Page #178  
or genuine. More disturbing is the identical approval signatures between bo 2003 Page #203  
ar and the signatures appear to be identical. Content Hypotheses: Emulation 2003 Page #203  
lain both the similar language and identical signatures. Identical Signatur 2003 Page #203  
language and identical signatures. Identical Signature Hypotheses: Photocop 2003 Page #203  
ograph was used. This explains the identical dates and signature. Facts in  2003 Page #204  
ng and Wedeymer directives are not identical yet they are similar. Table 1  2003 Page #205  
Leaked - Salina HST Library & NARA Identical Signature Approved Truman July 2003 Page #205  
Y N N Y Security Stamp N N Y Y N Y Identical Phrases Analysis Below is a li 2003 Page #206  
yer. Why would a faker not keep it identical? • Note the 201140 number that 2003 Page #207  
 Retrieval Conference 2. How could identical language show up in a directiv 2003 Page #208  
tic directives are similar or have identical signatures. 4. Whose initials  2003 Page #209  
h the same typewriter. If they are identical then the issue is who typed th 2003 Page #209  
he how the memos might have become identical. Conclusions On its own merits 2003 Page #210  
plaining how the signatures became identical. Is it logical or even remotel 2003 Page #211  
 have been confirmed by radar with identical positions being established. P 2004 Page #15  
rdingo described a creature almost identical to the one sighted by Liliane, 2005 Page #35  
Many of them do, and are virtually identical to those of countless other in 2005 Page #104  
de" dated 15 March 1955--with text identical to the guide included in the S 2005 Page #129  
Sherman and Stone experienced many identical circumstances. Dan Sherman (Pr 2006 Page #22  
ed less than 60 miles away from an identical siege of acute onset respirato 2006 Page #110  
, succumbing to symptoms virtually identical to the first two victims.24 Su 2006 Page #110  
t Roswell Toyota sported an almost identical logo, but their cars were bein 2007 Page #60  
n of these images. The process was identical to that of the federal gm ernm 2007 Page #94  
king up the entire hangar, was the identical craft Jack Pickett saw at MacD 2007 Page #114  
oject whose mandate is practically identical to that of Moon Dust; however, 2007 Page #144  
ce on the UFO issue is practically identical in nature: Our main concern is 2008 Page #24  
s its secret nature would permit. (Identical paragraph-sic) A number of que 2009 Page #12  
 seems to contain phrases that are identical to a credible questioned docum 2009 Page #13  
ls that she did relate in 1990 are identical to those that she disclosed in 2009 Page #89  
 of the depressions were perfectly identical to England ... the visible for 2009 Page #139  

Word: "identically", 1 instance(s) (Back to Top)

lines DC-3 nearly collides with an identically described object neat Montgo 2003 Page #88  

Word: "identifiable", 9 instance(s) (Back to Top)

 or MJ-4 a The initials are clear, identifiable We are locating the people  2003 Page #182  
nd inspection stamps and, finally, identifiable components. I have research 2006 Page #72  
ted, but the aft section was still identifiable as a twin-engine, delta-win 2006 Page #74  
interphone control panel and other identifiable cockpit items. Much of the  2006 Page #76  
the Bakersfield debris was clearly identifiable as pieces of a Lockheed F-1 2006 Page #85  
ng of the soil. There were clearly identifiable F-117A parts and materials  2006 Page #86  
ibed above I have found positively identifiable debris surrounding the poin 2006 Page #86  
amount of debris and proportion of identifiable material was no different f 2006 Page #86  
 dollar off the cost of its highly identifiable disc-shaped object if we pr 2007 Page #65  

Word: "identification", 24 instance(s) (Back to Top)

none of these historical or modern identification criteria. Two things imme 2003 Page #45  
mple# Description ________________ Identification _________________________ 2003 Page #50  
erience, PLM generally enables the identification of more than 95% of the m 2003 Page #50  
ently in use in the art world. The identification of Kraft tape as a shippi 2003 Page #176  
c.ai Operations MaruJ GUIDE TO UFO IDENTIFICATION UFOB Guide: 27. Follow-up 2003 Page #177  
perations ‘Asrx.il 3f GUIDE TO UFO IDENTIFICATION : Section II: Identificat 2003 Page #177  
O UFO IDENTIFICATION : Section II: Identification Criteria • General: find  2003 Page #177  
nual includes a handy guide to UFO identification and is summarized on Slid 2003 Page #178  
m that he was there as an aircraft identification expert and explained his  2004 Page #44  
 as photo-fodder to re-enforce his identification of the "disc" as nothing  2004 Page #238  
r, but would indirectly strengthen identification with human institutions t 2006 Page #60  
large sections of wreckage to make identification by unauthorized personnel 2006 Page #74  
eter) to 20 nm prions. The earlier identification of the Biosafety Levels a 2006 Page #113  
ither the flight plan or the radio identification would have been passed to 2006 Page #173  
h-tone telephone. 2. Press pe~onal identification number: To call a number  2007 Page #68  
vertical stabilizer, there was the identification "U.L." which stood for "U 2007 Page #100  
 that "the sample you sent ... for identification does not appear to be a n 2007 Page #196  
Todd came downstairs, both flashed identification cards that revealed them  2008 Page #30  
orrect "r" in extraterrestrial. An identification of the typing and other e 2008 Page #105  
called ALIAS (Automated Linguistic Identification and Assessment System) wh 2008 Page #107  
problems are compounded further by identification. How does the air defense 2008 Page #114  
age for AUAS (Automated Linguistic Identification and Assessment System} is 2008 Page #118  
M AND DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE U.F.O. IDENTIFICATION AND DETECTION PROJECT FIR 2009 Page #26  
cases reviewed with the purpose of identification of bona fides as opposed  2009 Page #41  

Word: "identified", 86 instance(s) (Back to Top)

istorical research in the area has identified other witnesses and likely pa 2003 Page #21  
nventional explanation" “cannot be identified as conventional aircraft" “my 2003 Page #26  
 of significance. Other locations, identified by dowsers in the aerial phot 2003 Page #37  
f anything found can eventually be identified: bottles, car parts, barbed w 2003 Page #45  
kness between 2 and 3 mm. Analysis identified some material inside as commo 2003 Page #47  
ort is as follows: The two samples identified as second sole (1 and 2) appe 2003 Page #48  
ent in the bottom rubber layer was identified using polarized light microsc 2003 Page #49  
le, as follows: "PLM particles are identified by observing transparency or  2003 Page #50  
plant, possible propulsion units 5 Identified fragments, known to science 6 2003 Page #175  
d flag in some quarters because it identified "Area 51 S-4" as one of the r 2003 Page #176  
as volunteered that the procedures identified are consistent with the very  2003 Page #176  
e at Ft. Meade. The originals were identified to be old, and written by Ver 2003 Page #179  
wever, provides a clue and we have identified Quillin's Drugs as the source 2003 Page #179  
tions were raised, of which I have identified five as having some logical m 2003 Page #181  
’d by either JRT or EWL □ Ryan has identified a few candidate names 118.700 2003 Page #182  
quivalent of a control, in that it identified "Unit KB 88, Bldg. 21 from Ki 2003 Page #183  
mbers. Arnone BAFKRCLI? specialist identified at LZ-2 were DR. ^RNHER VON B 2003 Page #234  
paper]. Each article is separately identified as to source. Although the tw 2004 Page #7  
 a silky material. Nationality not identified as no inscriptions evident on 2004 Page #7  
y 196T. Each article ie eeparately identified ae to eource. Although the tw 2004 Page #19  
" may be found. The spokesman, who identified himself as Squadron Leader Ba 2004 Page #41  
ens of other inventions. Smith had identified Bush as the head of "a small  2004 Page #90  
 people but all were dead. Then he identified one man from Pennsylvania who 2004 Page #98  
lived only 100 miles away, and had identified 1965 as the last time that he 2004 Page #100  
archers other than Stringfield are identified, and whether there is a refer 2004 Page #106  
ingfield but another source, often identified. The second surprising fact ( 2004 Page #115  
summary report written 9 July 1947 identified the deaths of three technicia 2004 Page #119  
ng back to Slide 16, we see that I identified a couple of very specific iss 2004 Page #127  
s would have had preplanned routes identified depending on the width and si 2004 Page #129  
weather expert, Irving Newton, who identified the debris as that of a weath 2004 Page #141  
 Roswell Army Air Field could have identified instantly. If it was indeed P 2004 Page #143  
re found. The second site has been identified as one location or another by 2004 Page #143  
dwater, in several of his letters, identified the location of the UFO artif 2004 Page #144  
ions. In that process this man was identified as one of people so valuable  2004 Page #195  
focus on Leo Gebauer, who has been identified as the "Dr. Gee" cited by Scu 2004 Page #218  
zel, the famous Harvard astronomer identified as a member of Majestic-12 in 2004 Page #247  
ecent one was used in 1992 and was identified by the name JEHOVAH. At one t 2004 Page #249  
enty } ears previously. The source identified himself as a graduate enginee 2005 Page #39  
 from that time on, and would have identified him as a man whose actions bo 2005 Page #97  
t of Los Angeles, ·which cannot be identified as convention al aircraft. Th 2005 Page #122  
rresolvable anachronisms have been identified that cast doubt on the entire 2005 Page #138  
cument or hoax.ing an event ma~ be identified, along with likely perpetrato 2005 Page #138  
te discrepancies. In 1996, Aldrich identified 50 discrepancies in SOM1-01 t 2006 Page #15  
ntaining numerous discrepancies as identified by Aldrich and others. In sho 2006 Page #16  
he suited to the task since he was identified early in his childhood by the 2006 Page #22  
ack Operations. 1. Individuals are identified during childhood as having un 2006 Page #23  
ncertainties (e.g. fast-slow) were identified as the most relevant for defi 2006 Page #51  
ely and in varying ways across the identified stakeholder groups. Consideri 2006 Page #65  
ecade, astronomers have positively identified scores of planets circling ot 2006 Page #69  
the Bakersfield site that could be identified as part of a McDonnell F-101  2006 Page #85  
bers and inspection stamps clearly identified the aircraft as a YF-12A. The 2006 Page #88  
 27 Hantavirus patients were later identified from Florida to Oregon, all o 2006 Page #111  
ge that year • The epidemic (later identified as Hantavirus) might have sta 2006 Page #112  
 type of infectious agent recently identified, made only of protein. Each o 2006 Page #113  
osafety Levels at Ft. Detrick also identified which diseases were involved  2006 Page #113  
gion. Neither man is willing to be identified beyond his first name, but th 2006 Page #142  
at the object in question had been identified shortly thereafter as a North 2006 Page #169  
ared that the flight as originally identified is a friendly flight. 6. ConA 2006 Page #170  
account, they certainly could have identified it as friendly since it would 2006 Page #172  
ears that the flight as originally identified is a friendly flight." What d 2006 Page #173  
y very fast). The first object was identified as an "aircraft" by Project B 2006 Page #179  
 or "red dirt"? Why couldn't it be identified? And finally, what really hap 2006 Page #192  
ce in to an electronics expert who identified it as the plastic cover for a 2006 Page #196  
r occupational levels. This group, identified by the Roper Organization as  2006 Page #198  
 personnel and hardware can now be identified, which point to a very "terre 2007 Page #94  
n the Polit Morocain. Each article identified as to source. Although the tw 2007 Page #140  
1200 All-,ged S19""...h.lngs of th.identified P'\.&CC .Aerial Lights in Res 2007 Page #174  
letter (whose name have never been identified) explained that he was fishin 2007 Page #194  
investigation, Captain Shields was identified as Captain Herman Gordon Shie 2008 Page #9  
nd speculation. More Witnesses are Identified - In 1987, Don Johnson, the M 2008 Page #45  
spoke with one of the soldiers who identified himself as part of a "special 2008 Page #52  
f the first people I contacted who identified "Tufjy" Miller as a key witne 2008 Page #52  
t revealed, Ken "Tuffy" Miller was identified repeatedly as the witness who 2008 Page #53  
ted he was perfectly willing to be identified . Conclusions- There were num 2008 Page #58  
ns how to deal with the UFO topic. Identified only two exceptions for all D 2008 Page #111  
ajic-12. A cursory look at the men identified as the original MJ-12 group a 2008 Page #130  
 of the last "leaked" package drop identified as S-4. This package was call 2009 Page #8  
page that includes some paragraphs identified as Top Secret. The sections o 2009 Page #8  
isely for this reason, and Kennedy identified the CIA as the lead U.S. agen 2009 Page #45  
e. Some of her personnel documents identified her assignment as the Parachu 2009 Page #92  
n Randle, but she was afraid to be identified by name. Part of her story wa 2009 Page #95  
n city of Voronezh. They have also identified the landing site and found tr 2009 Page #134  
was polite and cordial, and when I identified myself as an investigative wr 2009 Page #137  
 on June 14, 194 7 when newspapers identified an American engineer, James M 2009 Page #160  
rder of the British Empire. He was identified as the director of research f 2009 Page #167  
Soviet agents who had not yet been identified. A counter-intelligence opera 2009 Page #177  

Word: "identifies", 8 instance(s) (Back to Top)

y up to 1969. The footnote imprint identifies not only that fact that MJ-12 2003 Page #172  
d as late as 1969 Footnote imprint identifies MJ-12 as customer TO numbers  2003 Page #172  
by Forrestal and V. Bush. Slide 14 identifies the six specific goals, inclu 2003 Page #173  
th them and marking them. Slide 36 identifies the kinds of references that  2003 Page #178  
h anrl the Cold 111/'m; Jim Martin identifies one other plausible link betw 2005 Page #97  
 "so many sightings in the area. " Identifies witness Estella Krussel of Ce 2008 Page #48  
who gave detailed account. Article identifies motorist witnesses Mrs. Ralph 2008 Page #48  
he origin of the MJ label. It also identifies Projects Eviro, Parasite, and 2008 Page #109  

Word: "identifr", 1 instance(s) (Back to Top)

 Trot Kilo 3 Zero Blue-which wouJd identifr J me at the telephone exchange  2005 Page #139  

Word: "identify", 49 instance(s) (Back to Top)

d. The scientific investigation to identify the sole layers was extensive.  2003 Page #49  
 polarized light microscopy helped identify the small outsole, as follows:  2003 Page #50  
r, 1947 “...has failed, so far, to identify it as a V-2, GAPA or other type 2003 Page #158  
r, it is possible to date the ink, identify the watermark and the paper. Fo 2003 Page #178  
ompare with a library of fonts and identify the typewriter make and model.  2003 Page #178  
is printed. There, however, we can identify the type fonts used and we will 2003 Page #178  
ble to use forensic linguistics to identify the precise writing style of on 2003 Page #178  
Date the ink, watermark or paper o Identify typewriter make and model » Mat 2003 Page #180  
hose initials are "ELB"? This will identify where part of the directive was 2003 Page #209  
reliminary investigation could not identify any balloons or other known obj 2004 Page #6  
plained his job in the RCAF was to identify aircraft that crashed in a remo 2004 Page #44  
 been destroyed. The GAO could not identify who destroyed the messages, or  2004 Page #61  
is provided which could be used to identify him or the location of the mili 2004 Page #74  
Sarbacher in 1983, he asked him to identify someone who had been at the cra 2004 Page #98  
rot Kilo 3 Zero Blue — which would identify me at the telephone exchange to 2004 Page #108  
aliens and craft seen. Nearly half identify recovery teams, thereby reinfor 2004 Page #115  
ham radio buddies that he couldn't identify the debris then and still didn' 2004 Page #135  
 p. 103. After Scully's refusal to identify "Dr. Gee," Cahn wrote, "And thu 2004 Page #224  
in one corner of the film sheet to identify the type of film, but more impo 2004 Page #234  
's new evidence that could further identify him as a conspirator in the cov 2004 Page #247  
visited by four men who refused co identify themselve s and who were not we 2005 Page #35  
mmand has exhausted all efforts to identify che UFOB; and ail information a 2005 Page #141  
ed in UFO crash retrievals; and to identify key elements of how personnel a 2006 Page #14  
nts produced in the 1950's, and to identify possible anachronisms. The idea 2006 Page #15  
 Also, such consistency would help identify the security procedures used to 2006 Page #17  
ed throughout attempted, first, to identify a range of critical uncertainti 2006 Page #48  
contact scenarios; and finally, to identify specific implications for human 2006 Page #48  
jor steps in this process were: A. Identify and test critical uncertainties 2006 Page #51  
elescopes will make it possible to identify planets approximating the size  2006 Page #70  
 number of tools available to help identify aircraft/spacecraft/weapon debr 2006 Page #72  
arts handbook, I was later able to identify these as elements of a Pratt &  2006 Page #76  
ts, Air Force spokesmen refused to identify the type of aircraft involved i 2006 Page #83  
rtant reference material needed to identify F-1 17A parts, but I felt that  2006 Page #85  
 the decades. He will specifically identify relevant documents and phrases  2006 Page #101  
 to the CDC, who began analysis to identify the virus from a DNA-RNA perspe 2006 Page #111  
crambled aircraft to intercept and identify the intruders means the radar i 2006 Page #172  
d radar operators were not able to identify the aircraft from a known fligh 2006 Page #172  
ponded to the numerous requests to identify itself. Furthermore, it would n 2006 Page #172  
nd then weren't able to positively identify the aircraft? One would expect, 2006 Page #173  
 from the University of Washington identify it as simply "rust," or "red di 2006 Page #192  
ecovered material taken? 4. Can we identify the players who have been impli 2007 Page #132  
effort by US and UK governments to identify the origins of crashed spacecra 2007 Page #135  
hich Eddie Chavez and I could also identify standing in hjs driveway. The o 2007 Page #162  
e object was seen there. He didn't identify himself but did provide a pictu 2008 Page #14  
, and as the crew were not able to identify the object, it was treated as a 2008 Page #66  
oes the air defense radar operator identify , or more precisely, classify h 2008 Page #114  
lso allude to Project Jehovah, and identify Einstein as the project directo 2009 Page #13  
iracy. The committee was unable to identify the other gunmen or the extent  2009 Page #44  
ollect information in an effort to identify these sightings. Colonel (Garre 2009 Page #178  

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 the exact material in each layer, identifying six of the layers as cotton, 2003 Page #50  
content of the rest of the Manual, identifying a list of personnel in Appen 2003 Page #173  
nd I have initiated the process of identifying all the JRT and EWL names in 2003 Page #181  
unity. They are shown on Slide 12. Identifying the people who would be able 2004 Page #117  
fic, logical, scientific arguments identifying anachronisms that question t 2005 Page #131  
r the best first aid they could in identifying which species they had at an 2006 Page #19  
crash retrieval teams. Conclusion: Identifying the Procedures Used in MJ-12 2006 Page #23  
 arguably the most instrumental in identifying HIV-1, since many researcher 2006 Page #106  
ite interesting (an original sheet identifying which UFO reports were to be 2009 Page #7  
ember 4, 1953 mentioning MJ-12 and identifying Albert Einstein as the Proje 2009 Page #8  
page rear and on the security page identifying several UFO-related names: M 2009 Page #13  

Word: "identities", 3 instance(s) (Back to Top)

 people who would be able to offer identities or confirm details of the rep 2004 Page #117  
moniker "Dr. Gee" to protect their identities.' This is, of course, not so  2004 Page #218  
ants agreed not to make public the identities of those involved, except as  2006 Page #49  

Word: "identity", 11 instance(s) (Back to Top)

e leakers attempt to conceal their identity, as is the case for the Manual. 2003 Page #178  
have to solve that problem — their identity — for yourselves. Wilbert Smith 2004 Page #95  
e notes . R12: Tom Deuley may know identity of source and have other notes  2004 Page #118  
ine, he asked Scully to reveal the identity of "Dr. Gee," and Scully, much  2004 Page #218  
 Pflock has refused to divulge the identity of his anonymous source, so no  2004 Page #221  
rofile and too vocal with national identity. Linda Howe is another example. 2004 Page #249  
ng that he was never to reveal the identity of the cameraman himself. Santi 2005 Page #145  
y do, Santilli will not reveal his identity. 148                            2005 Page #150  
 I would not share the Third Man's identity with anybody until that individ 2006 Page #203  
ut question, thus establishing his identity. Area 2000 Radio Show In the su 2006 Page #203  
     was highly concerned chat its identity might be compromised via the do 2007 Page #144  

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 ord "freedom" has morphed into an ideological fetish, utterly divorced fro 2005 Page #75  
fied society, a certain measure of ideological confom1ity is necessary for  2005 Page #76  
 abilit) to close ranks and ensure ideological conformity on issues that ma 2005 Page #76  
most crucial in the context of the ideological confrontation between United 2009 Page #12  
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ics we humans have exhibited: ► An ideology of conquest and exploitation ►  2007 Page #37  
siness leadership together with an ideology of belligerent nationalism ." F 2008 Page #124  

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casters with weekly shows such as "Idiocy in the Boondocks". C. Mining engi 2006 Page #6  

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, and used to refer to UFOs as the idiot cruld of the media. If tlus charac 2005 Page #88  
, findings and conclusions are the idiot child of ufology. The intention of 2005 Page #88  

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ulled the Ronda D's engine back to idle and drifted into the stuff. The lig 2004 Page #39  
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oa hostile agents who might be mut idle to destroy these outstanding peculi 2004 Page #164  

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:tort frog the energy secretariat, idlish has ta 'shed the first part." ire 2004 Page #20  

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m of life :1ssumrd 10 1.·1i"t oul,;idl· lh' E::irth or it~ ;etmo~phcre (s~n 2005 Page #107  

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ly DX.Zr, ROBERT OFREMBdlHER^ /was idontified at LZ-2 as well as other memb 2003 Page #234  

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July 1947 ‘ORANDUK FOR GENERAL CAR IE R, S ’fA'IS DEPARTMENT 2. General Ked 2003 Page #216  
ain, 14 January 196T. Each article ie eeparately identified ae to eource. A 2004 Page #19  
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 at Camp David and near Fort Ritch.ie.1 Bailey states that in order to crea 2005 Page #130  
a movie set, but there were no mO\ ie cameras or direccors barking orders.  2005 Page #165  
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 another brilliant light, accompan.ied by a crunch.ing, rumbling sound, sho 2005 Page #154  
ed within the pages of her dedassi.ied FBI file, which will be discussed sh 2007 Page #135  
weapons? The presence of unidentif ied space craft flying :.n our atmospher 2008 Page #113  
. ~ ......... -...... _ OBJECT TUR!IED RED OIi UIIDERSIDE BEroHE FlfiilG JA 2009 Page #111  
                 "They're uniden/i(ied flying obitci . Lei's shoot ont and  2009 Page #120  

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nsistor and Where It Will Lead Us. IEEE Journal of Solid State Circuits 32, 2005 Page #12  
ocieties including a fellow of the IEEE, was listed in the World Who's Who  2009 Page #164  

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rederick H. M.ichaelis, who was Ch.ief of Naval Materiel from 1975 to 1978. 2005 Page #130  

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3. Croall, J. (ed.): Record of a F,iendship: The Con-espondence Behveen UVi 2005 Page #104  

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IALL Yl EXPERl1\1EKT,\L r,xrERl'.\ IENT AL EXl'ERl'.,11':--J r\L AS VIPER(~ 2007 Page #112  

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ing? All types and sizes of compan.ies. Some of the largest have campaigns  2007 Page #76  
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n to attend a reception at the SO\ iet Embassy, "in honor of the Soviet Agr 2007 Page #137  

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n team was headed b) Dr. Richard M.iethe, who worked for the Bi\lI\'XI rock 2007 Page #111  

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nal SIA/f, ME11111(1 accortkq fa a ievai puNna ,nd 144,4:141, The report by 2006 Page #32  

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pon in New Zealand and that he be) ieved it to be a weapon of tremendous im 2009 Page #171  

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T REMOVE FROM SAFE and signed I be(iew: •Fritz for JJA•. The paper has a go 2008 Page #119  

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siren, * When your mission in New .iexieo is corrsleted vov will nroi* ’? n 2003 Page #214  

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N Area 51 S-4 PD-40-8G Area 51 S-4 IF-101-K Area 51 S-4 UF-103-M Area 51 S- 2003 Page #175  

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ediately began in-flight checkout (IFC0) procedures for Article 501 while a 2006 Page #78  

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e, Wallis was conducting a Group 5 IFCO that required him to manually activ 2006 Page #78  

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TC) ■ S-3 (mailed to TC) ■ ~~,1.Ln;ifJsled to TC) Note from Salina Ill June 2008 Page #115  

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at crashed in the Elk River basin? Ifl have convinced the reader to conclud 2008 Page #60  
 84 Penniston: "They are asking me ifl see binary code!? I see the binary c 2008 Page #90  
l night long and told me to report ifl saw anything else and they all left. 2009 Page #82  

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                                   IFLDLA at the Pentagon by AC/S AAF Gener 2003 Page #235  

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May 16, 1978 and titled Reporls Co,iflict on Details of Fallen Of!jecl, it  2007 Page #141  

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nilitary emadala la the im. In yiw ifliwutt cWj @^jzcso wCflalalB and iMtav 2003 Page #226  

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17,000 feet. He then cancelled his IFR flight plan, a routine procedure whe 2006 Page #81  

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riddled with such "whys" and "what ifs." That is as it should be. And the s 2006 Page #193  

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 with Prescott Bush. It is unclear ifYannevar Bush was a relative of the Pr 2008 Page #131  

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ence Carter Point This is verified ig numerous gewitnesses whose descriptio 2006 Page #189  
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, however, when Ray Fowler began d.ig_ging inco the case in 1973. Ra.) Fowl 2005 Page #40  

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pulled the wool over German intell.igence during World \Var ]l. So the meth 2007 Page #31  

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      Famous UFO-Related Quotes *  iGeorge Filer “It isn't a question of wh 2003 Page #15  

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son when he is being attacked by h.ighJy virulent bacteria. That forms a ma 2005 Page #34  

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vernment to "lude secrets in plain ight" is Steve Jones, a computer systems 2005 Page #64  
Report Says Earth's Civilization M.ight Topple If Faced by a Race of Superi 2007 Page #76  
he other side of center is a red I ight." "Finally, I unleashed my camera-c 2008 Page #82  
o the sa.m~ sense glc beam or s:or!ight bu; ·J,ere Is as Poison war ga;es.  2009 Page #182  

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 speeds so the ramjet engine could ignite. Lockheed Missiles and Space Comp 2006 Page #77  
urse. The ramjet was programmed to ignite at 74,000 feet. After a rocket bu 2006 Page #77  

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seconds after release, the booster ignited and propelled the D-21B to a spe 2006 Page #77  
e seconds later, the rocket engine ignited (Fig. 6) as the automatic sequen 2006 Page #79  
ust like the enigmatic object that ignited this incident, it's as if the en 2006 Page #183  

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rming of the destruct mechanism or ignition of the drone's ramjet engine. I 2006 Page #79  
 his book down, cum the key in the ignition and drove away. Another colleag 2007 Page #173  
 it is manufactured to have a high ignition point (800 degrees F). He was q 2008 Page #54  

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cience and technology □ To conceal ignorance c To cover unconstitutional ac 2003 Page #188  
and cattle mutilations. It is this ignorance and lack of control, which has 2003 Page #190  
 government attempts of denial and ignorance — is actual control of the pre 2004 Page #125  
e requests were met with professed ignorance and a flat refusal of any coop 2006 Page #134  
lems, could be coverup of it's own ignorance. ..                            2007 Page #44  

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 officials, however, claimed to be ignorant of Roswell. One such official w 2003 Page #200  
 that is unknown to someone who is ignorant of the unknown , or fearful of  2005 Page #94  
 have many secrets of which we are ignorant of. Of course, if we reveal our 2009 Page #20  

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urements, especially if you do not ignore the obvious visual information, o 2003 Page #183  
many people debunk it, dismiss it, ignore it or make light of it. A small m 2004 Page #132  
ll corroboration, and it's hard to ignore. It is independent testimony that 2004 Page #217  
s, making them the only archive to ignore a research inquiry during the pre 2005 Page #92  
work will only benefit from it. To ignore the profound truths it embodies a 2005 Page #104  
 and numerous case hjstories; they ignore or belircle the evidence. Ryan \X 2005 Page #117  
splace us, destroy us, avoid us or ignore us? Communication/Capabilities: H 2006 Page #53  
stranger, may exist. Therefore, to ignore the possibility and implications  2006 Page #70  
sit Communist Russia. Never one to ignore an) trung of a Soviet nature, rhe 2007 Page #137  

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h a question that has been largely ignored by mainstream ufology for so man 2004 Page #223  
or so many years, but which can be ignored no longer — did an alien spacecr 2004 Page #223  
. These photographs were virtually ignored for the next 50 years, until Geo 2004 Page #226  
 Roswell was a "myth," Area 51 was ignored completely, and much time was wa 2005 Page #76  
ne to learn that orgonom) has been ignored, rustorted, attacked and confoun 2005 Page #87  
coveries, this has been completely ignored, but never experimentaUy refuted 2005 Page #93  
 much Air Force testimony can't be ignored. Inclined to accept your opinion 2005 Page #102  
hes, and it is data that cannot be ignored or dismissed. Certainly, the cas 2005 Page #121  
d their expert testimony cannot be ignored. One FX expert to comment on the 2005 Page #149  
lid take place and were completely ignored by the mainstream meilia at the  2007 Page #25  
in committees. ■ Congress is often ignored. Waived USAPs -Deep Black ■ SecD 2007 Page #52  
lained about the way she was being ignored by the President and his brother 2007 Page #135  
 the testimony of the witnesses is ignored. This reveals that the Air Force 2008 Page #17  
hotoelectric cells in Eureka. They ignored the information that didn't fit  2008 Page #17  
 did, a series of explanations and ignored those facts that didn't fit. But 2008 Page #17  
e experiences are then ridiculed , ignored and dismissed. More to the point 2008 Page #42  
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o about one's daily life virtually ignoring that an epochal event had occur 2006 Page #60  
mately 1700 knots (1955 mph). Even ignoring the speed of the civilian aircr 2006 Page #136  

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t at New Propulsion, Airframe Der..igns • • 'Secret Adianced Vehicles Demon 2006 Page #30  

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ov Terletslcy • Mstislav Keldysh • Igor Kurchatov • Lev Landau • Vladimir C 2004 Page #160  
       Inside the USSR Majestic 12 Igor Kurchatov • USSR's Oppenheimer • 40 2004 Page #164  

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peraring Locations (CAT Ill) (Less IGQ. CSD. AFMPC. and NESA) I. (2) ·····- 2007 Page #175  

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ment at WPAFB. "Gray, 4 feet tall, iguana skin" • 3. Report 76, Geriatric s 2004 Page #116  

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IASIH AX IS CU • tl.S. ~,\ nos \I. IH:Jrl' ,\ f S11 I RILI.ICS • l'.S. PRl\ 2008 Page #156  
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an.n House during the Third Reich (IHC), a group created in Britain in the  2008 Page #144  
VAI..LEE PUT ThkOJGH HIS CDMPU\'Ut IHC.UJOEO 1,617 FOP.flGH (NOM•Us.J'I l u 2009 Page #106  

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f they were "vary much encouraged" ihie office. fby the former Defame Secre 2003 Page #91  

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UT THERE \VERE GUNS ON THE MEN \\'.IHO \\'.IERE RJNGJNG THE DISC? All: Yes, 2007 Page #172  
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c.ibin •Visually inspected large T.ihoe rent.al areas •R.ln telephone area  2009 Page #193  

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e corrminty vitio would kke to see Ihs stay in the Blak and ncl see the hçt 2006 Page #27  
Indian Health Service (hereinafter IHS) Epidemiologist, Dr. Jim Cheek, a fo 2006 Page #110  
reafter, the State of N.M. and the IHS formally requested CDC involvement.  2006 Page #110  

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val Conference Information Sources II ■ Charlette Mann I .1 ■ Public classi 2003 Page #22  
e started the first post-World War II wave of UFO sightings. That wave incl 2003 Page #42  
ng a list of personnel in Appendix II that is unfortunately not photographe 2003 Page #173  
tions. Slide 23 gives the EBE Type II description, and Slide 24 is Bill McD 2003 Page #173  
als, other publications o Appendix II has list of personnel in Majestic —12 2003 Page #174  
DE TO UFO IDENTIFICATION : Section II: Identification Criteria • General: f 2003 Page #177  
years, and the two EBE Types I and II shown in the Manual are consistent wi 2003 Page #187  
v. ttht+ ,70)1.ioetion "101132ALL" II/ Dr. rtar.-111.;:miz 2. Your attentio 2004 Page #25  
 age were in Dave Kendrick's Chevy II, talking about girls, when Norm notic 2004 Page #36  
base but we couldn't ask anything. II personally think your underground mem 2004 Page #51  
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d Nagasaki at the end of World War II. 67                                   2004 Page #70  
hen he returned from his World War II assignment in Italy. He told me that  2004 Page #78  
 Retrieval Syndrome, Status Report II: New Sources, New Data, January 1980  2004 Page #107  
 1 1 1 Numerous Open Sources/Books II, 16-17; V. 12-15: V1, 12-13 UFO and b 2004 Page #111  
1 0 1 1 Researcher William Draeger II, 22 US and Mexican military; consiste 2004 Page #111  
 1 1 0 0 No names or corroboration II, 24 Witness told of classified book s 2004 Page #111  
 0 0 0 0 No names or corroboration II, 10-13 Alien autopsy details; partici 2004 Page #111  
 0 1 0 Newsman Tom Shell of ABC-TV II, 5-6 Witness to alien bodies at Wrigh 2004 Page #112  
 1 1 0 1 0 Researcher Joan Jeffers II, 15-16 Source witnessed movie showing 2004 Page #112  
 1 1 0 0 Researcher Debbie Valerio II, 6-7 Four humanoid burned bodies reco 2004 Page #112  
 1 1 1 1 0 Researcher Robert Barry II, 7-8 UFO and bodies recovered, occupa 2004 Page #112  
A 0 1 1 1 0 Researcher Todd Zechel II, 13-15 UFO witnessed as 'grounded, im 2004 Page #113  
a 0 1 1 1 0 Researcher Stan Gordon II. 19-20:V, 11-12:VI, 56-62 UFO recover 2004 Page #113  
1 0 0 0 0 No name or corroboration II, 3-4 USAF policeman guarding 3 humano 2004 Page #113  
0 0 1 0 Researcher Randall Clement II, 20-21 AF technician saw "dismembered 2004 Page #113  
A 0 1 0 1 0 Witness Betty Shilling II, 21 UFO crash; recovery unconfirmed 6 2004 Page #114  
USA 1 1 1 1 0 Researcher Bob Pratt II, 25 Shootout with aliens; 11 American 2004 Page #114  
1 1 1 1 0 Researcher Jeffrey Parks II, 4-5 WPAFB employee saw extensive UFO 2004 Page #114  
es by Nick Redfern; see Appendix 3 II, 22-23 UFO recovered; relates to Moon 2004 Page #114  
 1 0 0 1 0 Researcher Larry Moyers II, 25-26 Pocono Mts., Johnson put alien 2004 Page #114  
0 0 1 0 Researcher Randall Clement II, 20 Officers saw falling craft; UFO m 2004 Page #114  
e of chemical weapons in World War II was long covered up after the war, to 2004 Page #140  
selves .... Trotsky on Tukachevsky II • A man who is a good general, like T 2004 Page #154  
!, I i i 1 I MI P 1 mtir+P.4 1 t I iI MOt, I MS4.1 Glasto,mos L--,-- Ti,,,; 2004 Page #155  
tic 12 Tsarist Rocket Exam Results II • Craft contained two small seats for 2004 Page #168  
REATION OF CRASH RETRIEVAL IN USSR II • . Government organs are then sent f 2004 Page #169  
thentic markers William R Lovelace II, MD • Aerospace Medicine expert • On  2004 Page #207  
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photos FDR, Marshall, Bush, Truman Ike JEHOVAH, Teller on UFOs              2003 Page #169  
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ll of the 1950s stories state that Ike had gone to nearby Edwards Air Force 2003 Page #192  
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urther states it was at this point Ike ordered the real cover-up to start.  2003 Page #192  
o see alien bodies. A month before Ike made his trip to Palm Springs, the A 2003 Page #192  
mall UFO wreckage pieces, and that Ike was fully aware of the facts. Loveki 2003 Page #192  
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who were actually there. Perhaps I ike human time release capsules , John B 2008 Page #96  
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 the brothers Carlos and Ricardo V:ilchez, Costa Rica's foremost ufologists 2007 Page #199  

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nd Blfry Goldwater ■ Bennt:'Witz '.illd Doty ■ Ufology in Retreat? ■ Philip 2008 Page #163  

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thical —and by inference —legal or illegal. This includes telling people th 2003 Page #176  
 and then "leaked," this action is illegal (as the security warning notes), 2003 Page #178  
he enforcement techniques are both illegal and unconstitutional, then we sh 2003 Page #185  
EA q The price of secrecy has been illegal, unethical acts to ensure silenc 2003 Page #188  
on among some of the men involved; illegal nuclear weaponry; documented phy 2004 Page #48  
 impact on religion • Later, cover illegal or unconstitutional acts • Now,  2004 Page #122  
d well be connected (in spades) to illegal sources of funrung (e.g. narcoti 2005 Page #85  
als or their vehicles is "strictly illegal." It seems that this law was ori 2006 Page #202  
"potentially controversial or eve~ illegal activities." · · ■ New regulatio 2007 Page #53  
cessing these files to be wrong or illegal. GM: It didn't feel illegal, not 2007 Page #86  
ong or illegal. GM: It didn't feel illegal, not back then. Well I knew it w 2007 Page #86  
 not back then. Well I knew it was illegal but at the time just because it  2007 Page #86  
ut at the time just because it was illegal doesn't make it wrong is what I  2007 Page #86  
ugh it was 10 years ago and wasn't illegal at the time. They are just using 2007 Page #92  
sn't it the case that if it wasn't illegal years ago to do a thing just bec 2007 Page #92  
 Some of the work of MK-ULTRA used illegal mind control drugs. Finally, Tab 2008 Page #111  
 of whom come from the families of illegal aliens. Standardized testing bas 2008 Page #143  
essed about wooing clandestine and illegal techniques of getting informatio 2009 Page #15  

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rn you as ) ou log on of potential illegalit) of unauthorised access or any 2007 Page #87  

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ye witness accounts, documentation illegally (sic) copies, and a partially  2006 Page #136  

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agment recovered near the town of [illegible] in the Republic of the Congo. 2004 Page #6  
ligence Agency and CIA. One nearly illegible report from 1965 is titled: "F 2005 Page #142  
etallic fragment near the town of [illegible] in the Republic of the Congo. 2007 Page #140  

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sappeared off and so my dad was an illegitimate child which in those days w 2007 Page #81  

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retirement from oovernment ::, ' H illenkoetter joined the National Investi 2008 Page #131  

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er USAF Captain named Rjcharcl TVI.iller who told Steve he had been in the  2005 Page #64  
py of original 1953 aerial phoro N[iller showed Steve the two-dozen high al 2005 Page #65  
 from which height is not known. N[iller also showed Steve the 1980 to 1983 2005 Page #65  

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Abductio n Debate ■ T.rie Hudson V:illey Objects ■ Sightings. June through  2008 Page #163  

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her , Robert. Private letter to\'( illiam Steinman, 29 November 1983. 77    2005 Page #79  
r.V. rentagon Ir135tft13Ufl • • ly*ILLIAM J. INROAD The Dern." Department t 2006 Page #31  

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y of this stuff back in those days illicit? GM: No at first I was checking  2007 Page #84  

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, Wernher von Braun, University of Illinois Press, 1953. “Astronomy from th 2003 Page #182  
ng an aviation historian friend in Illinois, Truman Weaver. \'(/hi.le there 2005 Page #42  
ted in UFO No byline. Scott AFB in Illinois declared search official becaus 2008 Page #48  
ance Engineering at Chanute AFB in Illinois and became a U. S. Air Force ma 2009 Page #68  
Burroughs was born in Bloomington, Illinois in 1960, and joined the United  2009 Page #77  

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petite for extreme violence (55 rn.illion killed in \X/\X II alone) ► A wil 2007 Page #37  

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! r..x;,te:-.N-·.1,·~ cot : fe,-1 ;illi~u.:!i: , ... ere r~ortei her'!' pul 2009 Page #163  

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 .. -""' __ .,.._,,_ ,ta.~. ,qs •. illl"'?°A.. ..,..A - JIIEM WDUlfT 11:..1 2009 Page #127  

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s The UFO Co1--emp (formerly Clear illlml), by Barry Greenwood and Larry Fa 2005 Page #73  

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ized that he would not survive his illness he gave his wife, Murl, instruct 2004 Page #86  
produce a precise diagnosis of his illness. He was transferred co Hospital  2005 Page #33  
 The essence of his alleged mental illness is reflected in this obviously u 2005 Page #89  
ns that deal with crashes, aliens, illness and mutilations. From the 1st An 2006 Page #103  
l siege of acute onset respiratory illness. Thus began a series of deaths i 2006 Page #110  
e's contracted the same mysterious illness, with the young woman, who resid 2006 Page #110  
he potential to induce disease and illness in their host(s) There are five  2006 Page #113  
ere are no indications of death or illness by any of the recovery team. It  2006 Page #136  
Foundation 12. Since Budd's recent illness and travels he had got behind wi 2006 Page #202  
em had suffered a life-threatening illness, accident or event that precipit 2006 Page #207  
 your O'Level stage at school? Any illness or things that held you back? GM 2007 Page #79  
interrupted by pregnancy and later illness, she was steadily promoted and a 2009 Page #87  
lly blind after a life-threatening illness in 1954. In 1957 her first husba 2009 Page #87  
and optimistic despite tragedy and illness. In bringing this story to you,  2009 Page #88  
er life as the result of a serious illness in 1954. She did not own a libra 2009 Page #90  
 For a woman who had faced serious illness and who was recalling events fro 2009 Page #90  
ation , if she was delusional from illness or age, or deliberately deceptiv 2009 Page #95  
had faced tragedy, adversity , and illness with determination and a commitm 2009 Page #95  

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nd untimely victims of fast-acting illnesses, most. notably Congressman Ste 2004 Page #146  
 the past of apparent alien-caused illnesses, followed by death. It is evid 2006 Page #112  

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ontact is, as Mr. Spock would say, illogical. The organizers of the Contact 2006 Page #70  
overy team. It would not have been illogical for the recovery team to have  2006 Page #136  

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990-1991 ■Aviati on Weeki· near! s ills some beans ■The Gu!fWar and Media C 2009 Page #151  

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JI AXIi (lfTEI.Ol')IE~T _JOIST fiH!illTIF,F. O.K A rnmc EN EnGY fl)~(Jll~:- 2009 Page #130  

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- m"1';l ot ros-es -and fn-u -..,s illu- A t aoy r:ute, It Ls not at ,-11 I 2009 Page #163  

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ut automati cally. The cockpit was illuminat ed from above ... The light so 2008 Page #10  

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e of hours a slow moving craft was illuminated with spotlights, 1430 rounds 2003 Page #24  
ediatel y followed by a glare that illuminated the ground. Mayor Silva felt 2005 Page #37  
 disc standing on the desert sands illuminated b) floodlights. It was Like  2005 Page #165  
by military police. Two spotlights illuminated the saucer, which appeared t 2005 Page #168  
f, emitting a strong light-\\·hich illuminated the house for a few mom~nts  2007 Page #193  
n. And this object which I saw was illuminated. It had a long lender appear 2008 Page #10  
t ely two or three meters high. It illuminated the entire forest with a whi 2008 Page #32  
iving report of large, slow moving illuminated UFO with lots of lights.29 H 2008 Page #49  
 passenger airliner because of the illuminated windows. It had a cigar shap 2008 Page #50  
            The unknown object was illuminated in such a spectacular way be 2008 Page #59  
 approximately two meters high. It illuminated the entire forest with a whi 2008 Page #93  

Word: "illuminati", 1 instance(s) (Back to Top)

he agenda of the outlawed Bavarian Illuminati , with its fundamental maxim  2008 Page #126  

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in the same area. 6 ln view of the illuminatin g fact that Los Alamos was t 2008 Page #27  

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announcement to an audience of the Illuminating Engineering Society in Otta 2004 Page #15  
bee concludes the searchlights are illuminating an apparently ovoid or circ 2005 Page #121  
dar tracking UFO with body lights, illuminating the terrain, seen by citize 2006 Page #28  
ealed its presence by radiating an illuminating glow and lighting up the en 2006 Page #90  
anciles's views on this matter are illuminating: "The whole scenario of thi 2006 Page #126  
ct than fiction. His comments were illuminating, to say the least. "Even to 2006 Page #130  
                              sky, illuminating the mountains below before  2007 Page #192  
d despite being fully aware of the illuminating contents of its very own fi 2008 Page #23  

Word: "illumination", 3 instance(s) (Back to Top)

htly less that that of a parachute illumination flare."35 4:55 AM: Seattle  2006 Page #185  
et very bright in the cockpit. The illumination was from above. It built up 2008 Page #10  
seat, nor 1, saw the source of the illumination ... The light intensity inc 2008 Page #10  

Word: "illusion", 5 instance(s) (Back to Top)

lained a* Cumcnlinnal phenomena or illusion* if more complete ubrenaiknal d 2003 Page #118  
g facts that would strip us of our illusion of primacy among living creatur 2004 Page #132  
llow yourself to be deceived by an illusion that can be easily explained. P 2005 Page #92  
cannot be attributed to an optical illusion or trick of light, then can thi 2006 Page #190  
rity. It is social imprisonment by illusion. Those distorting reality are u 2008 Page #96  

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nge aerial objects are not optical illusions or Soviet inventions, but are  2004 Page #206  
 factor? That Reich later had some illusions l thjnk right, but they don't  2005 Page #103  
 to lessen his work. \Y/e all have illusions and maybe the greater we are,  2005 Page #103  
he greater we are, the greater the illusions. But that Eva {Reich's daughte 2005 Page #103  
a expedjtion) should go on ha, ing illusions is bad, bad for the furn re of 2005 Page #103  
nge aerial objects are not optical illusions or Soviet inventions, but are  2007 Page #136  
lies that keep humans corralled by illusions? Either way, whatever penetrat 2008 Page #96  

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 place of communal safety, however illusory. Government would strongly supp 2006 Page #63  

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 . ::.;p U 11 U u t-t., . ' ----- (Illustrarion #35) 113                    2007 Page #119  

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eresting too, particularly if they illustrate the dark side of ufology — wh 2004 Page #215  
ne tends to see, describe, or even illustrate those circumstances which cor 2005 Page #104  
ned. Creating a timeline will help illustrate the event and disinformation  2006 Page #44  
es about UFOs, incidents like this illustrate the phenomenon raises serious 2008 Page #67  
he inaccuracy of that estimate. To illustrate my point, on 26 August, 1957, 2009 Page #18  

Word: "illustrated", 10 instance(s) (Back to Top)

erested in UFOs. This interest was illustrated in a 1971 handwritten note f 2004 Page #101  
n. An early example of this can be illustrated in a story told by Ward Kimb 2004 Page #179  
ponents from the engines. Using an illustrated parts handbook, I was later  2006 Page #76  
s, England, July 31, 1994. 29. The Illustrated History of the United States 2006 Page #137  
box containin g Space Duck Pops is illustrated with a helmeted cluck floati 2007 Page #64  
ote the product with appropriately illustrated in-store rusplay cards. Ther 2007 Page #65  
 Meow! A 1985 follow-up coupon was illustrated with a bag of Meow M.ix atop 2007 Page #66  
n out of the sky over the UK. This illustrated that whatever one believes a 2008 Page #66  
cance of such an estimate was well illustrated of the NIE prior to the 1962 2009 Page #18  
 security reasons. This problem is illustrated by Project Blue Book staff a 2009 Page #24  

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, but it is significant because it illustrates so well what has happened in 2008 Page #42  
 first release but from the second illustrates the appeal that this subject 2008 Page #65  
ant past events. At any rate, this illustrates one aspect of the difficulty 2009 Page #24  

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                                  (Illustrati on #3) DISCS -8) © ,--==== PE 2007 Page #96  
      ■--------- 98 ~ -;,·= F T - (Illustrati on #21) (Illustration #22) ~  2007 Page #104  

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to the sky, and newspapers started illustrating what ranchers said they had 2004 Page #78  
                                   Illustrating further interconnecting bus 2008 Page #128  

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r encounter. He then drew a pencil illustration of the so-called "Flatwoods 2006 Page #91  
               each face page. The illustration is accompanied by the disgu 2007 Page #65  
anagers and featured a sharp-edoed illustration of out of focus aliens, the 2007 Page #69  
iness ].f.1/eek. The photo-quality illustration depicted a handsome rwenry- 2007 Page #70  
o capture that special image." The illustration shows a sharp-as-a-rack Bob 2007 Page #71  
ct display. So it followed that an illustration of 67                       2007 Page #73  
in 1992. This beautifully rendered illustration depicted a glowing, fully a 2007 Page #74  
hts Rerserved . Computer generated Illustration s by Michael H. Schrott. Ch 2007 Page #93  
 (o; ) \'. ~- -.... _ ----------- (Illustration # 1) 87                     2007 Page #93  
alvage/scrap-) ard (see picture 2, illustration 3 & 4). These particular ai 2007 Page #95  
bug, or the Chance Vought XFSU-1. (Illustration #2) 89                      2007 Page #95  
=== PERIMETER ROAD __ ©, ~ACK CAR (Illustration #4) 90 s i E--r--w ' i\ SEC 2007 Page #96  
~,.-.:•-.. S !;Ci\,,.) \ =O= USAF (Illustration #5 & #6) 91                 2007 Page #97  
                                  (Illustration #7) (Illustration #8) (Illu 2007 Page #98  
                (Illustration #7) (Illustration #8) (Illustration #9) 92    2007 Page #98  
llustration #7) (Illustration #8) (Illustration #9) 92                      2007 Page #98  
 .:---. - '.'!-~~ ~~}- . ·-- = ,. (Illustration #10) DESCRIPTIONS OF THE DI 2007 Page #99  
(swept-wing) interceptor aircraft (illustration # 11, 14-17). A few of the  2007 Page #99  
rs stacked one over the other (see illustration #7). The pilot/ crew compar 2007 Page #99  
 The small 20' diameter craft (see illustration #5) had a crew of one, with 2007 Page #99  
                \ ·-------------- (Illustration #12) (Illustration # 13) 95 2007 Page #101  
-------------- (Illustration #12) (Illustration # 13) 95                    2007 Page #101  
                        -·. . . ~ (Illustration # 14) 96 \ -~ ••"°',";#" .. 2007 Page #102  
~ -;,·= F T - (Illustrati on #21) (Illustration #22) ~ ~ o·i1 ::o I n1) . ' 2007 Page #104  
t have been a sight to behold (see illustration #1, #6 & #10 background). T 2007 Page #105  
 2-1 /2 to 3 feet in diameter (see illustration #25 & #26). Indeed, Jack re 2007 Page #105  
ng both sides of the fuselage (see illustration #23). These ma} have 99     2007 Page #105  
e aft bottom end of the craft (see illustration #7 & illustration #24). The 2007 Page #106  
f the craft (see illustration #7 & illustration #24). The air intakes blend 2007 Page #106  
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=r-~ --,...___ (Illustration #24) (illustration #25) BOMB BAY PORT ~;IAIN L 2007 Page #106  
s -----------......-===-=--- / -- (Illustration #26) Jack specificall y rec 2007 Page #107  
ping mall parking lot Lights" (see illustration #25, #26 & #28 also see mod 2007 Page #107  
ically the 40' diameter model (see illustration #5 foreground, #10, #8, & # 2007 Page #108  
ng produced in great quantity (see illustration #12, #27, #28). Jack Picken 2007 Page #108  
~~111,I 6. • -::::a- ·----------- (Illustration #28) THE PROPOSED ARTICLE:  2007 Page #109  
rimental aircraft. (Avro Silverbug Illustration) 104                        2007 Page #110  
nt "Flying Saucer" proposals, (see illustration #29 and #30) including proj 2007 Page #111  
(6) R.R. RB-IOI! /4) AS VIPER (Sl (Illustration #29) Ill m. 133 ii.) UNKNOW 2007 Page #112  
---------·-----------------~-- -· (Illustration #30) 107                    2007 Page #113  
ture #32, 33, & hangar #4 top view illustration). Taking up the entire hang 2007 Page #114  
the large 116' diameter craft (see illustration #35). Warren was onJy in th 2007 Page #114  
= EB EB EB EB =O= EB =O= EB EB EB (Illustration #34) I j                    2007 Page #118  
e radio. Camera tilts up; animated illustration of moving, white disc. The  2007 Page #166  
 equipment were present. SLIDE# 46 Illustration of white, narrow beam 87    2008 Page #93  
at happened right in front of him. Illustration of beam shining from aerial 2009 Page #69  
orning hours of December 28, 1980. Illustration by Jan Roth at www.rendlesh 2009 Page #70  

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puter generated forensic composite illustrations. These illustrations were  2007 Page #94  
sic composite illustrations. These illustrations were specificall y created 2007 Page #94  
d, this article and the associated illustrations represent the most accurat 2007 Page #94  
puter generated forensic composite illustrations based on the acruaJ testim 2007 Page #94  
ack Pickett and \Xlarren Botz. The illustrations were designed to give the  2007 Page #94  
raft in flight (see a erial photos/illustrations 12-20, and USAF conference 2007 Page #95  
cal Air-command Future Forces) see illustrations 21 & 22. This support grou 2007 Page #99  
er featuring highly stylized color illustrations. While the Voronezh UFO in 2009 Page #137  

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-in-law) and Steig (cartoonist and illustrator of Reich's book Listen Littl 2005 Page #103  

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the aircraft is rolled inside (see illusu-ation #34). Author's special note 2007 Page #115  

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.,...1$.!;~~ RN~ W.0 ~ '.-.»GELS" (ILLU~S)-lf..E USPOMSle.l.E. '/1 ~ -CALL6 2009 Page #121  

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i1inj;!. migr:1lin~. or :iccidC'nl:illy irnp:tclin::= on I his pl:anrl.     2005 Page #107  
owed the ·iwl!e 6( the lnternat1on:illy known award o! lite rank of commond 2009 Page #182  

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n is also arawn to the article on "Illyixig flaupers" nIrewrilr in the fitt 2004 Page #25  

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' ~c,yer~..ent ,-!ose-rvntion lie~ ill~ to npedite tho ocapletio.:i or tbie 2009 Page #174  

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"~ I t·-1~::. ~ \ ,.,,, so cJo ~Ro ilM:. 1 l 1 ~~~~~~ ~ ~ ';,, : t ' . ,,.. 2007 Page #160  

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S BfML'tO 11" "~ IT CtA:CL[O A FEW ilMfS ."'i'Hft SP'£0 1'#tl..Y. (c,u;,,r  2009 Page #111  

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di. S.cottGovun,non t 1nd UJ-12 ■ !ilMoom's C orh.nion ■ UR:, IAlltldJN 1nd 2009 Page #149  

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 6. object ~proaches and diSlances ilmr Sl!W".il tires. ~!81. Sahli 6. Rola 2009 Page #151  

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alm Before the Storm, 1984-1986 ■D:ilneg orsk, Br:izil, :ind Abisb .:. ~.:- 2009 Page #147  

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1he prnrnl d:1~. -E,1r::1l'rr•~1ri;ilnlo"\: 11 : ( ET -olo:::,_,) th1..· pr 2005 Page #107  

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” 11/8/2003 Special Operations Mmu.ilNON-LIVING ORGANISMS 25. Scope is retr 2003 Page #177  

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ic \puc:. C'\'nlu1io11:1 r~ lime. :ilon;.: "ilh hum:in ron1:ac1 of non e:1r 2005 Page #107  

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-.4 ,~,.... :or •"'-• it NP"• to • ILP•U•: of aN9\ 02, OI' 10" ... ,...., 1 2008 Page #19  

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s o~ittts ''CS• l•t It out.. I te::ilr :i.! :t p. rn. The-, u~a llyi.ng .R" 2009 Page #163  

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 ► 195Os: CIA spending lavishly on ils expanding covert network , of "media 2007 Page #26  

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 ?, D. J. Leech I ".-.n a!rp!ano c:iltippnd wlll1 n •OTt On • llmitec. ~ale 2009 Page #182  

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in time it mii:l:t hn,·c play. wo:.iltl cost much le,;s Uum the 1 l I c,d I 2009 Page #182  

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 OF DEI-ENSE . • • --KWNI CPIIVI i iltry . I sior•-•. • eulAt41:1411 0 3 PA 2004 Page #21  

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~-\_ /::, -\'e (II I:) •••1.•••.'N,ilt~ ..... •"f\,;,_-_-:,.,: .. ,,.,-., ~ 2009 Page #102  

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 tour mile£, not for kllling thal\ iluccecdcd . and wn•n the ;,IMn_n far aw 2009 Page #182  

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ust might be. From MSMobil es.com. ILUDING TO UFO ABDUCTlONS One of the fir 2007 Page #71  

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 crossed ay a very luminous oblect ilyiDe in the northeast — southwest dire 2004 Page #19  

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vich • (MiG) • Sukhoi • Yakovlev • Ilyushin Tsarist UFO Flap of 1892 • Marc 2004 Page #165  

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_,::;:--=- C • __ ._ •-- 4bol,11 i?il~;~-~ ·-· ..... ·-----·-·--·· ... Like 2007 Page #14  

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d "hi lf~ hr.-t,c:.r;: {or r:r;,ya il~r=o:-Ct.:.y .. n-... .-1 :ii 1 Gl .1. 2008 Page #57  

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 ••• ., • .,. ••'-h,. •• ,.,,._, • IL••·-· I,, .. ~ I""' II.. 1• 7 c_ol,, • 2007 Page #64  

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cra to es©@© st3 Tia Kirtland AXE. Im will take with you such experts, troh 2003 Page #212  
he *aalrm yea ta promo* ▼la Tokyo. Im will take with ym such ewperts, aJwls 2003 Page #223  
0 ntt -SStffiBSL PBKTIVE TO L•Vrt' Im will preened te China wUhonft delay f 2003 Page #226  
tp&r— hs~1 nilitary emadala la the im. In yiw ifliwutt cWj @^jzcso wCflalal 2003 Page #226  
ling into the water. Colby's Death im RV Answer: Chemically induced heart a 2004 Page #208  
c book is the most complete public im entory to date of human encounters wi 2005 Page #117  
anet, get back down to earth," and im ires us to locate our business there  2007 Page #61  
ede in the work the ad industry is im olved in, unless they want the public 2007 Page #77  
new problem from the standpoim: of im:ernacional law; buc che possibilicy o 2008 Page #112  
-~~;_--.-... --------==.::.,::-:II.Im:==:.;- • .: ...-·•• •EMll&"ll . Ill M 2009 Page #147  
llt. .-.a• ....._ • ~ llltll u. a. Im;' • !lw)!nSoS• 1. •• SNrJQJlgs JI ... 2009 Page #174  

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ne of proc,c.n,ng the atwmc bomb m Im-lhc applic,1l!ons o: the alom p:irt:i 2009 Page #182  

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- A t aoy r:ute, It Ls not at ,-11 Im-tr1ina.tf'd by • profusion o! pink pr 2009 Page #163  

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IFIED AirScri^y NMJ~? goqs O e^S^L IMA Dc'.e s/(oh mKxns. n MESEUH. nsmm Xo 2003 Page #213  
-- f 7 I Aittority Nh/J~?GOQSo j , IMA Pateg/faM | TOP CTgRB f- DRAFT OF TK 2003 Page #229  

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ov. 1994 ewer., ,Color invert,".,d imagcs, Inside Nellis Test Range (leaked 2006 Page #30  

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s “For thirty years I've held that image in my mind. What i saw was a circu 2003 Page #13  
tion photography, RG145, Can 1850, image TV-4B- 49, 50, 10/25/1941. 17. Cor 2003 Page #39  
technologies included night vision image intensifiers, fiber optics, supert 2003 Page #101  
hich is shown at the center of the image. These circular formations are des 2003 Page #113  
er disc in a classified file. This image is his computer recreation of that 2004 Page #73  
 We ordered 16 x 20 prints of each image from the University of Texas, Arli 2004 Page #226  
6 x 20 print. First, I scanned the image at 2400 dots per inch, printed out 2004 Page #226  
lts, and looked at the now 3" x 6" image of the memo with my naked eye. Thr 2004 Page #226  
on found, and all of these with NO image manipulation. In fact, the only "m 2004 Page #227  
n also be inferred from the Marcel image film holder markings. The 4 x 5 cu 2004 Page #234  
 themselves. In the Bettmann-Ramey image, (though not a UTA image it's cutl 2004 Page #235  
ann-Ramey image, (though not a UTA image it's cutlines attribute it to Jame 2004 Page #235  
the wire services, as the Bettmann image was wired out not by AP, but via I 2004 Page #237  
s also gone by the time the Newton image was taken. There is a logical flow 2004 Page #238  
ries we cannot allow." Below is an image of the directives as they appear i 2004 Page #251  
MS IN "THE 11 DAY AFTER ROSWELL" ■ Image intensifiers ■ Fiber optics ■ Supe 2005 Page #6  
MARY 1 CLAIMS IN "THE DAWN ... " ■ Image intensifiers ■ Fiber optics ■ Supe 2005 Page #7  
l'J SLIDE# 28 High altitude aerial image of triangle feature in lake bed, J 2005 Page #60  
photographs." OVERLAY: 1953 AERIAL IMAGE -ZOOM TO TIGHT CLOSE-UP 64         2005 Page #66  
 two of the dead aliens. Above: an image from a video-interview with the al 2005 Page #145  
rieval Conference A pre-dissection image from the controversial Alien Autop 2005 Page #146  
s of the aliens. Nevertheless, the image stuck: aliens will cause panic if  2006 Page #103  
ken one speed record at 1,400 mph. Image provided by Bill.) Bill: "I had a  2006 Page #145  
 just starting up. He saw the same image I was seeing. He had a bit more so 2006 Page #145  
ACKED, I HAVE IN MY MIND'S EYE THE IMAGE OF FIVE DISCS, ONE ON TOP OF THE O 2006 Page #153  
, 1980, U. S. Navy, Naples, Italy. Image courtesy Tom C. Sheppard.) Moving  2006 Page #156  
irst is that UFO and a]jen-related image[) in advertising is pare of a swee 2007 Page #59  
? \Xlhich companies are using chis image[)' in their advertising? Does ther 2007 Page #59  
oducers. In this case, a fu!J page image of a grilled steak is accompanied  2007 Page #62  
n't beEeve it either." \Xlhile the image of a UFO is employed to spearhead  2007 Page #67  
al Link Corporacion used a classic image of a UFO to sell their informacion 2007 Page #68  
s employed a particularly striking image of a uro in a particular!) ci\ ic  2007 Page #69  
s be ready to capture that special image." The illustration shows a sharp-a 2007 Page #71  
                    This beautiful image of cows stepping from a UFO into a 2007 Page #73  
he ad agency responsible choose an image long associated with some UFO abdu 2007 Page #74  
 promoted by such a highly charged image and a catchphrase like, "The blue  2007 Page #74  
images were in a proprietar y NASA image format. So there wouldn't be much  2007 Page #86  
 to their data. I have altered the image of the macrune because by installi 2007 Page #88  
have collated a wealth of data and image[) on the Anomaly that are exempt f 2007 Page #138  
ted peak in the background of this image. It's Capilla Peak, 9300 feet hjgh 2007 Page #161  
ing. This page also shows a superb image of the CI stamps for the Counter L 2008 Page #111  
such connections might tarnish his image. In 1946, Hoover side-stepped the  2008 Page #139  
und in Trellis security safe." See image at end of this paper. The second p 2009 Page #13  
               SLlDE # 4 52 Aerial image of the runway at RAF Woodbridge su 2009 Page #58  
t RAF Bentwaters, U. K. phenomena. Image provided by Gary Heseltine . Col.  2009 Page #60  
O YOUR MIND IN TERMS OF THOUGHT OR IMAGE? Well, did !feel intelligence? Yes 2009 Page #67  
cember I 980 by military security. Image © 2007 by Gary Heseltine. DO YOU K 2009 Page #71  
 from the USAF on January l, 1987. Image courtesy PD-USGOV-MILITARY- AIR FO 2009 Page #73  

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................. 44 UFO and Alien Imagery in Advertising Peter Robbins ... 2007 Page #5  
                     UFO and Alien Imagery in Advertising Peter Robbins Cop 2007 Page #59  
roducts which employ UFO and aljen imagery to assist in their markecing. ln 2007 Page #67  
y decided to use both aben and UFO imagery on their New Mexjco-themed truck 2007 Page #70  
of Which companies are using ti-us imagery in their advertising? All types  2007 Page #76  
sion that included securing aerial imagery of the 16,945-foot-rugh Mt. Arar 2007 Page #137  
middle of the desert, and U.S. spy imagery showed bodies of Mexican soldier 2007 Page #187  
y different from the official NASA imagery that [I have] been analyzmg for  2008 Page #135  

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, after developing, printed as 5x7 images, two per 8.5 x 11 sheet. In 1995, 2003 Page #171  
is one small portion of one of the images we call the Ramey memo. Note thes 2004 Page #227  
t reads. I do my research into the images and coordinate their efforts from 2004 Page #227  
ugh some of the debris seen in the images "could" match the size of materia 2004 Page #233  
ng about the "look" of some of the images, for example when comparing the R 2004 Page #233  
paring the Ramey/DuBose and Marcel images side by side. I couldn't quite pu 2004 Page #233  
n with one type of lens, while the images of Marcel indicated they were tak 2004 Page #234  
he also must have taken the Marcel images at the same time. This was a scen 2004 Page #234  
hich also set the Marcel and Ramey images apart and re-enforced the growing 2004 Page #234  
negative notches in the two Marcel images would seem to indicate that the c 2004 Page #234  
 later is to be seen in the Marcel images themselves. In the Bettmann-Ramey 2004 Page #235  
to me strongly suggests the Marcel images were taken some time after Bond J 2004 Page #236  
his session where he took the four images of Ramey and Ramey & DuBose he wa 2004 Page #236  
hat packing paper in both of these images can be seen to be in exactly the  2004 Page #238  
pear and disappear, so linking the images together through time. We still h 2004 Page #238  
lens used in each case. If all the images were taken with the same camera a 2004 Page #238  
 from the plots that the two Ramey images closely follow this rule, but the 2004 Page #238  
ay 1953. Operation Upshot-Knothole Images, 1953: Upshot-Knothole Tower with 2005 Page #45  
e taken a look at the terra server images -) ou can go on terra sen·er to t 2005 Page #67  
 the 16mm film and saw the autopsy images on it. This, accorrung to many, w 2005 Page #148  
with Contact and then to build our images of the future around them. In the 2006 Page #51  
ical example. This scenario evokes images and assumptions of surprise attac 2006 Page #61  
tify the intruders means the radar images were so clear or "solid" that the 2006 Page #172  
here they regularly airbrushed out images of UFOs from high resolution sate 2007 Page #85  
ntly caught on film and before the images are then sold onto to Universitie 2007 Page #85  
d processed folders in them. These images were over 200 megabytes and l was 2007 Page #86  
k dialup connection and also these images were in a proprietar y NASA image 2007 Page #86  
ere was there. l wanted to see the images and 1 had to see them, 1 had to k 2007 Page #86  
nin g since 1947. Please note: The images used in trus article are computer 2007 Page #94  
 was used in the creation of these images. The process was identical to tha 2007 Page #94  
ameras captured several intriguing images of a large structure -possibly fi 2007 Page #137  

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. Lazar has been called everything imaginable, ranging from American Hero t 2005 Page #82  
co sell us eve~ thing and anything imaginable. Bur is there more at work he 2007 Page #59  
dustry driven to sell by any means imaginable, and UFOs and aliens have pro 2007 Page #76  

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lying saucer" situation is not all imaginary or seeing too much in some nat 2009 Page #178  

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 wruch had not been our collective imagination or hallucination. It remaine 2007 Page #196  

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 Roswell was no more than a highly imaginative interpretation of a weather  2003 Page #86  

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cking the boat. it is difficult to imagine a plan to reveal what has happen 2004 Page #123  
ltiply in a glass of water." Let's imagine that instead of writing about th 2004 Page #132  
 toy factory? It's harder still to imagine that this key intelligence offic 2004 Page #142  
 markedly), the only problem I can imagine would be their arrival here to s 2005 Page #102  
le varieties of contact; third, to imagine how key stakeholder groups—media 2006 Page #48  
icipating futures that are hard to imagine in the present. In his book Scen 2006 Page #50  
-happy." It would be reasonable to imagine that the study of all epidemics  2006 Page #105  
r, heavier that anything you could imagine to do with an aircraft.' "They d 2006 Page #127  
urting a single person. If you can imagine taking your car while it's runni 2006 Page #149  
nal defense? Of course not! We may imagine that Air Force Intelligence, hea 2006 Page #174  
local and national media accounts. Imagine yourself in the Pacific Northwes 2006 Page #184  
 being the wiser. You can probably imagine how useful something like this m 2007 Page #28  
rview. It would seem remarkable to imagine that Teller didn't know what kin 2009 Page #9  
 is habit-forming. We can scarcely imagine bow we could get along without i 2009 Page #20  

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some other sources we haven't even imagined as yet. Due to the government ' 2005 Page #118  
e called air space. It must not be imagined that the principle of UFO sover 2009 Page #14  

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. The copy states that ASi\1[L is "Imaging for a more advanced civilization 2007 Page #62  
y're looking for the most advanced imaging system on earth." Enviro-Spray S 2007 Page #62  

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              Scenarios of Contact Imagining Societal Reactions to Confirme 2006 Page #48  

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' 2. Intruder Alert, 1975-1976 ■An imal mutilations 2. Intruder Alert, 1975 2009 Page #142  

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of a caustic toxin. Some of the an.imals had had a diffuse hemorrhage. 32   2005 Page #34  

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shaped. DeBow: \Y/hat year approx..imatel y are you going to estimate thjs  2007 Page #122  

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 Seate of Arizona. 'There's approx.imately where the saucer crashed,' he sa 2005 Page #43  

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imate (p 6) UFO Technology and the Imbalance of Power by Edward Teller (p 8 2009 Page #8  
t (QDl) is "UFO Technology and the Imbalance of Power" (2396 words) include 2009 Page #10  
usion that "UFO Technology and the Imbalance of Power" may be an emulation  2009 Page #11  
ommunities. UFO TECHNOLOGY AND THE IMBALANCE OF POWER by Edward Teller Toda 2009 Page #19  

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 ayers of compressed cotton fibers imbedded in other materials. The bottom  2003 Page #50  

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IM /;?•)`---itso4fil 17,17.4„, , • IMblowerw. ea, ..••••••• kit?, , \ soare 2004 Page #165  

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min. For Geodesy and Cartography • IMBP: Institute of Medical and Biologica 2004 Page #157  

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iL'lry :iulboritics arc ccn.~ ol t.imc lo ~cnns o! ~l! ior.cis. studyin,s;' 2009 Page #182  

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alion or lnformadon to Coo;r,ssmtn imd stalTtrs OD a dost-bold bllls 'Dday  2008 Page #154  

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ih,delphla orchcatra. has D11vid J:ime:i Leech in the uitc:st C5tt.blishcd  2009 Page #182  
: :h~ p1:t o{ !ayml!:i ancJ ncH: c;ime the atomic bomb.~ lro:n :,ny s,.·iP. 2009 Page #182  

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ious reasons. I understand Oppenhe imer approached Marshall while they atte 2008 Page #114  

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osive bomb. the other in the m~nr ,imes mere cncrge1ic lla.n ·be ratlioacti 2009 Page #182  

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thing unusual has occurred .... \X imesses will be discouraged from talking 2005 Page #129  

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 NICAP member was contacted and is imestigating this incident." A short tim 2007 Page #165  

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 Imlng that Earth is being visited IMEUFO ’sarel- " ' MostMAJOR CONCLUSIONS 2003 Page #117  

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nternational strucrures (NA G.ATT. IMF, World Bani:). --::::::::~::::::::;: 2009 Page #153  

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 first designs for flying macrunes imfrated the flapping\\ ings of birds to 2005 Page #163  

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istmtaxy cv^crsa 3 ttfato* woaswrm Imidac tsaaa*a Ckiaaaa rosemary aa* gath 2003 Page #223  

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rring to Whlta Sands you will nraw imiiri rite- vlth Cenerel Elsenhower to  2003 Page #212  

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 11h Oronc-lnn:saig,uion (rum bt-r.iMing • s1al hokh ,·.alu.ablcinf~ion -__ 2009 Page #198  

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ng as inventors puzzled our how to imitate nature. Some of the first design 2005 Page #163  

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achronistic usages like medt.i ana imjiaeted further betra*ed the find". Dr 2003 Page #135  

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it is engineering that attempts to imjtare or even surpass the works of nat 2005 Page #163  

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ell and MJ-12 Stanton Friedman —■H Imlng that Earth is being visited IMEUFO 2003 Page #117  

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lalB and iMtav ia peeltitan af may—iMltty yea nM ■eke it wlaar that yarn ar 2003 Page #226  

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in, the entity might be relatively immaterial, for example, appearing as a  2006 Page #53  
lloons , satellites and aircraft), immaterial objects (such as lightning ,  2008 Page #23  

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nd inquiry. th• '°" ffltt, • I Lt. immcdinlclv tr.,n?ml ~ted •              2009 Page #182  

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th birthday- yet not before adding immeasurabl y to what history must show  2005 Page #139  

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 demanding that he leave the place immecliately and refrain from talking ab 2005 Page #37  

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 (in view of evident leak pending) immediate release. OK HST signed Marshal 2003 Page #204  
ase under orders from Colonel S. 7 immediate area surrounding the crash sit 2003 Page #233  
ser-like beams of light into their immediate area. They also documented a l 2004 Page #47  
s trajectory. That event became an immediate priority within a very small,  2004 Page #65  
mplementary research carried on in immediate vicinity. • Structure of Acade 2004 Page #161  
 Maine area, as the cause of their immediate interest in the region. Consid 2005 Page #96  
intruders in such zones is to take immediate action to escort the intruders 2006 Page #5  
conducted without knowledge of his immediate army superiors. As far as they 2006 Page #20  
assess and react. There must be an immediate and unmistakable sense of brot 2006 Page #54  
n. With no danger apparent, and no immediate change in the daily conditions 2006 Page #58  
at to do about the NHI. Absent the immediate threat of violence, many would 2006 Page #64  
vernments must lead, but will need immediate and firm support of religious  2006 Page #66  
mation as he had. The response was immediate and dramatic. A Top Secret air 2006 Page #74  
ers, who were not allowed into the immediate area of the crash site, to ext 2006 Page #82  
elligence Corps had been placed on Immediate High Alert for any information 2006 Page #164  
 about December 6, 1950 caused the immediate high alert. PART 1: A NATIONAL 2006 Page #164  
l emetgeng which could lead to an "immediate all-out mobilization." Over Al 2006 Page #169  
s a friendly flight. 6. ConAC took immediate action to dispatch interceptor 2006 Page #170  
 thy were flying saucers! PART IV: IMMEDIATE HIGH ALERT FOR FLYING SAUCERS! 2006 Page #173  
nter Intelligence Corps was put on Immediate High Alert for information abo 2006 Page #173  
ichmond, that thy have been put on immediate high alert _ter aqy data whats 2006 Page #174  
elligence Corps (CIC) to be put on immediate high alert for any data regard 2006 Page #174  
red in the Pentagon, requested the immediate high alert because something h 2006 Page #174  
cers, something BIG, that demanded immediate attention. Evidently whatever  2006 Page #174  
equested that the CIC be placed in immediate high alert! PART V: THE COLONE 2006 Page #174  
call-up to duty could have been an immediate reaction to the Chinese entry  2006 Page #176  
l. Zechel was already aware of the immediate alert FBI document above and i 2006 Page #177  
 on December 6, 1950, a documented immediate high alert for saucer related  2006 Page #178  
ast) two related questions: why an immediate high alert, and why on Decembe 2006 Page #178  
 may well have issued requests for immediate information in order to find o 2006 Page #179  
 doesn't it? Possible Responses: ► Immediate quarantine of their home plane 2007 Page #37  
ion respond to the human threat? ► Immediate quarantine of their home plane 2007 Page #37  
 the impact site. Thus giving them immediate data on the exact impact locat 2007 Page #126  
in atmospheric transparency in the immediate wake of the event that lasted  2008 Page #97  
rcept the attack, or how co effect immediate reprisals. These problems are  2008 Page #114  
hellenberg to communicate with his immediate superior, Reichfuehrer Heinric 2008 Page #138  
ization. Small wonder there was an immediate Cold War, which may well have  2008 Page #139  
-Behind Act of 2001. This act drew immediate criticism from educators, stat 2008 Page #142  
 other portions of these pages. Of immediate interest is the number T3 l 00 2009 Page #13  
 more time to escape the blast. An immediate requirement was the developmen 2009 Page #92  
ue Book; also, additional note: My immediate supervisor.) Others on List Ca 2009 Page #94  
accountsobjects, which circled the immediate area agitating the grass about 2009 Page #135  
tates until October 9, it received immediate press and broadcast coverage a 2009 Page #136  

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ehind some hills. The sighting was immediatel y followed by a glare that il 2005 Page #37  
nt and being in the logging trade, immediatel y got the famil) home and roo 2007 Page #128  
 say that the photographs had been immediatel y classified after they had b 2007 Page #138  

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dentification criteria. Two things immediately came to mind; 1) a petrified 2003 Page #45  
e area where the object landed was immediately sealed off on the order of U 2003 Page #55  
 quarantined and they had to leave immediately. Just behind the two men, we 2003 Page #60  
 Joel was very cordial, but almost immediately stated that he nearly called 2003 Page #68  
omes into existence. The President immediately names former Secretary of Na 2003 Page #87  
e sworn in as Secretary of Defense immediately. Shocked by the President's  2003 Page #87  
rrestal exited through Dr. Deen is immediately awakened and a search of the 2003 Page #92  
20 ml of 4% acetic acid by volume. Immediately, very active bubble formatio 2003 Page #114  
epared to assist realistically and immediately a program of rehabilitation  2003 Page #222  
the International UFO Bureau. Case immediately looked up the April 19, 1897 2004 Page #26  
r several minutes. "I wanted to go immediately and see what had happened,"  2004 Page #30  
the Joan Pricilla. Both had agreed immediately to go out, and as luck would 2004 Page #38  
 unconventional. Flying discs were immediately defined by the U.S. military 2004 Page #62  
e played major roles in the months immediately following the 1947 crashes.  2004 Page #63  
 to the ascending V-2 missile" and immediately the V-2 rocket changed cours 2004 Page #64  
xico. An effective cover story was immediately provided to the press that a 2004 Page #68  
e've got to get out to Hart Canyon immediately. There's a bad brush fire an 2004 Page #72  
with the ascending V-2 rocket that immediately went off course, perhaps no  2004 Page #75  
hat Walker was at the meetings, he immediately phoned Walker and asked him  2004 Page #98  
ct. Surprisingly, Walker confirmed immediately that he had been there, alth 2004 Page #100  
hower. Smith and the FBI showed up immediately to check out the claim. Smit 2004 Page #103  
dures by which the real debris was immediately sent to Andrews Air Force Ba 2004 Page #142  
Rickett, who was Sheridan Cavitt's immediately underling in counter-intelli 2004 Page #142  
fforts are made to remove the EBEs immediately. • The nearest MVD facility  2004 Page #169  
negger had never discussed this, I immediately phoned Bob and asked him if  2004 Page #185  
enegger, "I didn't do anything." I immediately filed a Freedom of Informati 2004 Page #185  
ck Mc George. Jack McGeorge and he immediately took a liking to each other  2004 Page #188  
another UFO documentary. Emenegger immediately asked who was behind this ne 2004 Page #192  
ith my naked eye. Three words were immediately discernible— "Fort Worth, Te 2004 Page #226  
activities of the group, effective immediately "NEED-TO- KNOW" should be gr 2004 Page #252  
officer driving the verucle braked immediately. Both men got out. Chereze s 2005 Page #32  
on of alien technology and bodies. Immediately most people would ask: ''\Vh 2005 Page #77  
n beyond public oversight . Almost immediately, key UFO documents began to  2005 Page #84  
 the autopsy of an alien. Santilli immediately agreed to bur the film for c 2005 Page #145  
smaller vehicles that were able to immediately get close. According to Jose 2005 Page #156  
the team medical personnel are not immediately available. First Aid will be 2006 Page #19  
earth-bound humans can be expected immediately or in the reasonably near te 2006 Page #52  
etwork, and news channels would go immediately to non-stop coverage of the  2006 Page #57  
l stakeholders would be brought in immediately. Strangeness of NHI would be 2006 Page #59  
tions would become involved almost immediately and play a key role in trans 2006 Page #60  
s. Martial law would be instituted immediately. If the NHI arrival begins w 2006 Page #62  
ious response. Conservatives might immediately assume total evil; liberals  2006 Page #63  
a-wing configuration. Ground crews immediately made arrangements to cover a 2006 Page #74  
flight test engineer for the D-21, immediately began in-flight checkout (IF 2006 Page #78  
covery crews from Area 51 departed immediately for the crash site by helico 2006 Page #79  
ew England Connecticut accent that immediately made me stick out like a sor 2006 Page #91  
vaho taboo of speaking of the dead immediately after their demise was indis 2006 Page #111  
finitions. As a physicist, I found immediately that one needs to know some  2006 Page #113  
is home at about 7.15 p.m., he was immediately struck by the brightness of  2006 Page #120  
ence that this same UFO had almost immediately thereafter slammed at high s 2006 Page #121  
wn free by blast, which killed him immediately." (20) Needless to say, the  2006 Page #128  
 turned to a course that would not immediately take it over U.S. territory. 2006 Page #134  
 been spotted from the air. Almost immediately came a report of a second pl 2006 Page #134  
confirmed as of this date. The CIA immediately began forming a recovery tea 2006 Page #134  
ide two vehicles. The decision was immediately made to launch the recovery  2006 Page #135  
g alert procedure went into effect immediately. 4. The Office of the Presid 2006 Page #170  
tsoever must be telephoned by them immediately to Air Force Intelhgence. CI 2006 Page #174  
ll, a number of questions remain.- Immediately prior to its splashdown, the 2006 Page #190  
 wasn't a recovery mission mounted immediately? This object was left in the 2006 Page #191  
vering flying saucer, set the tone immediately: UFO's USA URL!" The cover g 2007 Page #67  
these aircraft, he was amazed, and immediately asked questions regarding ho 2007 Page #99  
SAF", was visibly printed starting immediately behind the windows of the co 2007 Page #100  
rcraft had been flown in, and then immediately parked outside at the scrap- 2007 Page #100  
r access to the crew compartment . Immediately behind the door, were three  2007 Page #105  
(see Avro Silverbug lllustration). Immediately after the Miami over-fly, Ja 2007 Page #110  
sissippi. This brilliant light was immediately followed by a series of stra 2007 Page #133  
tate search for fallen objects was immediately begun by squadrons of Air Fo 2007 Page #133  
ell Field, from which it was flown immediately to ATIC. An hour or two late 2007 Page #133  
around and to leave the area. Mom: Immediately! Aunt: Immediately! Paul: Ye 2007 Page #168  
 the area. Mom: Immediately! Aunt: Immediately! Paul: Yeah, he was very agi 2007 Page #168  
 definitely intimidated because we immediately -we did not ask, '\X'hat's g 2007 Page #171  
on?' after he told us to leave. We immediately turned the car around and we 2007 Page #171  
star, only larger and brighter, he immediately scrambled an IIAF F-4 to inv 2008 Page #31  
 It moved about and pulsed.[ ... ] Immediately thereafter , three star-like 2008 Page #32  
 foot, but they were caught almost immediately. She emphasized how surprise 2008 Page #45  
e akin to a strong wind was heard. Immediately afterwards a horrific thump  2008 Page #98  
own to be a poor speller (Ref), he immediately noted the spelling error in  2008 Page #105  
ll," was called "Majik." This name immediately brings to mind the initial n 2008 Page #130  
 celestial mythology . "Curiously, immediately after the Apollo I 3 'accide 2008 Page #135  
UFO's. The ensuing defense problem immediately focused on the atmosphere, a 2009 Page #14  
employee or military member had to immediately stop what they were doing, r 2009 Page #90  
e. Investigations commenced almost immediately with Lotosev and his colleag 2009 Page #136  

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1.:i via TC mailboxEi11stein/Opp., Immen directives ■ S-2 (mail plus to TC) 2008 Page #115  

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 of the layered metal that was not immersed in water. Figure 17 40x Photomi 2003 Page #113  

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om 1934 on. Lacer that year, Reich immigrated to Scandinavia. Here he conti 2005 Page #89  
all came out of this period. Reich immigrated to the United States in 1939  2005 Page #89  

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onal border-security as a means of immigration control, national environmen 2008 Page #25  

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the harbor and that a crash seemed imminent. Wickens' vehicle crested the h 2004 Page #34  
y had risen to 67% and rain seemed imminent in a location that had seen non 2005 Page #100  
appraised in the event invasion is imminent. It is the current policy of th 2006 Page #140  
eaceful cooperatio n and become an imminent threat co the earth, we would h 2008 Page #112  
onsense." ---Dr. Vannevar Bush, an imminent American scientist who in l 94  2008 Page #131  

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 change destinies and to even gain immortality. Whether the glowing triangu 2008 Page #95  

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fection, but we knew that both had immune deficienc y. Bod1 of d1em, if I r 2005 Page #34  
ts studied: anthrax, typhus, human immune deficiency virus. Biosafety level 2006 Page #106  
ses. 4. Overwhelms or bypasses the immune system. VHF, retroviruses 5. Biol 2006 Page #112  
isticated "Surgical Strike" on the immune systems (e.g. HIV on selected T-c 2006 Page #112  
ost people are aware of AIDS (auto immune deficiency syndrome), HIV (human  2006 Page #113  
e deficiency syndrome), HIV (human immune deficiency virus), "mad cow" dise 2006 Page #113  
ease (CJD) and chronic fatigue and immune dysfunction syndrome (CFIDS). Thi 2006 Page #113  
ll as gaining control of the human immune virus or potential alien threat p 2006 Page #116  
ll as gaining control of the human immune virus or potential alien threat p 2006 Page #117  
         Medical technology is not immune from the lure of alien sales-bein 2007 Page #62  

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vernment affiliations, there is no immunity from retribution in the event c 2004 Page #170  

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tic energy without any waste, and "immunizing the occupants and the structu 2005 Page #173  

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good health. "For this reason, the immunod eficiency was surely ac9u.ired.  2005 Page #34  

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ot have been a case of congen.ital immunodeficienc y; otherwise Chereze cou 2005 Page #34  
at led to death is yet unclear. An immunodeficienc y, for sure... [Bur] I a 2005 Page #34  
e you that no abscess can cause an immunodeficienc y. An abscess may even c 2005 Page #34  
fter a certa.in delay, that causes immunodeficienc y. In that situation, th 2005 Page #34  

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nce it was realized that he had an immunodeficiency." A simple urinary infe 2005 Page #33  
ble and it only occurs in cases of immunodeficiency." Despite the antibioti 2005 Page #33  

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 thal\ iluccecdcd . and wn•n the ;,IMn_n far away but for l:rll•hln" J)l:in 2009 Page #182  

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at is now a,·ailable, and research imo the film will continue. Ray Santilli 2005 Page #151  
. ,.~ stances th.at are transmuted Imo si.n~le cosmic ray i, m!U,o:u o temp 2009 Page #182  

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lu-obj~ onr tb.r. moun- lrtmudou.- imp.-rruir,:I". bin, nnr:-Uk..i.t..1'1 Y 2009 Page #163  

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aps that third one was not dead on impact. There had been mention of a ball 2003 Page #23  
e the trees marked the location of impact. The smoke dissipated in minutes, 2003 Page #58  
sh lived a short distance from the impact site. After he saw the object des 2003 Page #60  
o sneak down into the woods to the impact site and were stopped by armed mi 2003 Page #66  
odies were supposedly found at the impact location in 1965. I have generall 2003 Page #67  
nting, which was on the way to the impact location. John Hays mentioned see 2003 Page #70  
pacity as Secretary of Defense) to impact on this national security situati 2003 Page #85  
Grandad's journal" that placed the impact site "between San Mateo Mountains 2003 Page #99  
cation: reasons for security o Bad impact upon the public if general knowle 2003 Page #172  
l B To avoid the unknown religious impact 11W/2003 Special Operations Manua 2003 Page #188  
    UFO Crash Retrieval Conference impact, chose to copy Truman's approval  2003 Page #204  
umber of objects observed, time of impact and a detailed description includ 2004 Page #9  
ted looking around the area of the impact and found a sphere. As it was not 2004 Page #11  
 found, there were no signs of the impact and fit] looks as though the sphe 2004 Page #11  
vised his original estimate of the impact sight. It was beginning to appear 2004 Page #34  
direction that surely would see it impact some where in the waters of Shag  2004 Page #37  
od part of the text focuses on the impact that going through such an experi 2004 Page #48  
l Research Lab. Landed east of the impact zone on the outskirts of Alamogor 2004 Page #64  
rently by the force of the craft's impact. SLIDE #18: Aztec UFO Conference  2004 Page #70  
nder "IV. DISCUSSION" is about the impact of the ET technology on our capab 2004 Page #119  
ar of Worlds) • Apprehension about impact on religion • Later, cover illega 2004 Page #122  
ferences such as MUFON have a real impact on public opinion, let alone offi 2004 Page #254  
standard which the effect of man's impact on his environment can be measure 2005 Page #54  
al photographs were taken with the impact site over on this lake bed being  2005 Page #66  
between this place (DRES) and that impact (triangle)." "STEVE, WHAT DO YOU  2005 Page #67  
DRY LAKE?" "Again, the size of the impact. If you rake a look at not only t 2005 Page #67  
o this day and rake a look at this impact site. Ir has not substantially ch 2005 Page #67  
hat dictated the way -and angle of impact, the way it hit the lakebed -is w 2005 Page #67  
 it. The logistics are doable. The impact zone is only 3 miles away (from D 2005 Page #71  
raft had suffered severe damage on impact and was retrieved by military uni 2005 Page #78  
s that may arise not only from the impact upon the public should the existe 2005 Page #128  
e best strategy for minimizing the impact of crash retrieval stories would  2005 Page #139  
absolute secrecy by minimizing the impact of unauthorized disclosures by in 2006 Page #23  
 would generate different types of impact on humanity, both collectively an 2006 Page #65  
and two miles wide centered on the impact location of the airplane's canopy 2006 Page #75  
quadron systematically covered the impact point and surrounding area on hor 2006 Page #75  
dent report, now declassified. The impact crater was still reasonably well  2006 Page #76  
ave been supersonic at the time of impact. Mulhare made no attempt to eject 2006 Page #82  
at a brush fire made access to the impact site virtually impossible. At 3:0 2006 Page #82  
 to excavate buried items from the impact crater. Robert M. McGregor, an ae 2006 Page #82  
 blackened earth. In contrast, the impact point stood out as a white indent 2006 Page #84  
ous remnant bushes surrounding the impact crater. They were charred black b 2006 Page #85  
tire site would have resembled the impact crater. The scale of the excavati 2006 Page #85  
east several hundred feet from the impact point. If the recovery crews had  2006 Page #85  
le debris surrounding the point of impact. The amount of debris and proport 2006 Page #86  
 for any sign of the object or its impact point. In turn, they received ass 2006 Page #120  
 (a) completely disintegrated upon impact; and (b) not left a crater, as Dr 2006 Page #121  
 in the sky but then they felt the impact where the houses shook and she ha 2006 Page #127  
peed of the civilian aircraft, the impact would have been considerable at t 2006 Page #136  
erably less than that of the first impact. "No mention is made of the occup 2006 Page #136  
portedly white and orange, and its impact throws up a wall of water about 7 2006 Page #184  
ral minutes following the object's impact. 3:41 AM: The Bellingham Coast Gu 2006 Page #184  
rch commuruty, I doubt it had much impact on the sales or populari ty of su 2007 Page #68  
 crashed saucer sticking out of an impact crater with a big-eyed alien in t 2007 Page #70  
t modern archeological digs. These impact sites will also eventual!) prm-id 2007 Page #121  
a relatively shore distance of the impact site. Thus giving them immediate  2007 Page #126  
g them immediate data on the exact impact location and enabling them to sec 2007 Page #126  
 of seconds. They all witnessed it impact into Elk Mountain and blow up a c 2007 Page #128  
roduced by the UFO coming from the impact site. One person had video footag 2007 Page #128  
                  he saw an object impact into South Haven Park. He picked  2007 Page #129  
ked and guarded. Shortly after the impact the authorities closed down Willi 2007 Page #129  
 several lights rising from it. An impact site was discovered with several  2007 Page #129  
umber of objects observed, time of impact and a detailed description includ 2007 Page #142  
-foot-wide metallic object from an impact area and moved it to l(jrdand AFB 2007 Page #160  
serve object arrive and explode on impact. No aircraft reported missing. 2. 2008 Page #48  
ut 20 air miles from the estimated impact area. She observed what she thoug 2008 Page #49  
rivers as far as 33 miles from the impact location. There were probably man 2008 Page #59  
ENCY (HF) RADAR -IT WOULD HA VE NO IMPACT WHATSOEVER ON THE ELECTROMAGNETIC 2008 Page #76  
AMERICA WOULD HA VE HAD A STRONGER IMPACT ON THE MAGNETIC FIELDS THAN COBRA 2008 Page #77  
 , EXTREME LOW FREQUENCIES AND ANY IMPACT THEY MIGHT HA VE ON THE ELECTROMA 2008 Page #77  
ds of miles away from the presumed impact site of whatever it was that had  2008 Page #97  
urprised to find that there was no impact crater at all. Instead, there was 2008 Page #99  
erent times to assess the possible impact of non-technical references or fi 2008 Page #108  
bout UFOs THEY SIMPLY DON'T CARE!! IMPACT OF THE CONDON REPORT-VERY DAMAGIN 2008 Page #147  
ANJZANTJON • WHO WAS BRIEFED • THE IMPACT OF BLUE BOOK & CONDON • BASIC ATP 2008 Page #148  

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e verbatim o Exploded from within, impacted fast, pieces light '. Analysis  2003 Page #175  
r silver disk was supposed to have impacted on or around March 16, 1948. Ph 2004 Page #70  
 13-15 UFO witnessed as 'grounded, impacted in soil, stood at a tilt" 43 19 2004 Page #113  
resembled brushed aluminum. Tt had impacted twenty inches into the sand wit 2005 Page #40  
 unidentified spacecraft that have impacted earth? Clifford Stone, UFO rese 2005 Page #141  
 velocities of the verucle when it impacted in the sand. Stansel was escort 2005 Page #168  
ent Responds To Top Secret Crashes impacted in a rugged canyon about a mile 2006 Page #82  
 may have resulted when the object impacted with the ground. The speed in t 2006 Page #136  
 the remains of a crashed UFO that impacted on Mount Ararat thousands of ye 2007 Page #138  
about 10:50 pm. The unknown object impacted, and may have exploded somewher 2008 Page #58  
esembled brushed aluminum . It had impacted twenty inches into the sand wit 2009 Page #49  

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ace north of Ft. Bliss, eventually impacting within one mile of the new Bue 2004 Page #67  
g Document's reference to the body impacting "in the El lndio-Guerrero area 2004 Page #119  
ote in the Project Blue Book files impacting on all this. Lt. Col. H.C. Sho 2008 Page #9  

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ierced and marked by micro- meteor impacts and bore all traces of having pe 2004 Page #14  
 events such as flooding or meteor impacts. The implication is that an arti 2005 Page #61  
pierced and marked by micro-meteor impacts and bore all traces of having pe 2005 Page #133  
lved. Unidentified Arial Phenomena impacts cannot slip in-between the crack 2007 Page #121  

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XlelJ on one level they have said "impairing the macrunes ability to perfor 2007 Page #88  

Word: "impart", 4 instance(s) (Back to Top)

, who had some interesting data to impart with regard to the crash. Accordi 2004 Page #10  
r Tageblatt had still more data to impart: "According to Colonel Darnbyl, t 2004 Page #13  
ight offer. Santilli did, however, impart some further information that he  2005 Page #151  
side the office. I used to try and impart enthusiasm to people so they \\er 2007 Page #83  

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hat different to that which he had imparted to Chetham and Young. Werner ex 2005 Page #40  
aying that if Kennedy had secretly imparted details of his knowledge of bot 2007 Page #136  

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this data by a sympathetic insider imparting genuine information or was thi 2003 Page #73  

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doors slammed in his face, as well impassioned letters going unanswered on  2003 Page #150  

Word: "impede", 2 instance(s) (Back to Top)

 of crises will serve to hasten or impede disclosure. Thus, we would do wel 2005 Page #77  
authorities rirucule the facts and impede research. In 'The S1mc/11re of Sc 2005 Page #117  

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Of whom? Anyone in Washington that impedes the growth of the MJ-12 projects 2004 Page #253  

Word: "impendin", 1 instance(s) (Back to Top)

 U .. leaders had foreknowledge of impendin g 9-11 attacks and "consciously 2007 Page #40  

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 over at White Sands because of an impending rocket launch and the fact tha 2006 Page #11  
c. 4 there were news stories of an impending nuclear attack on the USA by R 2006 Page #165  
wed to alert CIA of any unusual or impending changes in Soviet power struct 2009 Page #19  

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hing else is or was stored in this impenetrable fortress. One former scient 2003 Page #142  

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is why reverse engineering becomes imperative. Some of the systems that wou 2005 Page #162  
he science community would have an imperative to learn as much as possible  2006 Page #56  

Word: "imperial", 3 instance(s) (Back to Top)

                      crews of the Imperial Iranian Air Force during late 1 2008 Page #31  
tirely routine night watch for the Imperial Iranian Air Force's Command Pos 2008 Page #31  
 Chapman and Dr. W.G. Penny of the Imperial College of Science and Technolo 2009 Page #170  

Word: "imperialist", 1 instance(s) (Back to Top)

en tary state of civilization. The imperialist expansion of the states came 2008 Page #113  

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fice on January 20, 1961, actually imperiled the existence of the MJ-12 Spe 2009 Page #39  

Word: "impetus", 1 instance(s) (Back to Top)

lla that no one acknowledges — the impetus for changes that would reverbera 2006 Page #61  

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system, security inhibitions would impinge upon my profession . Fundamental 2009 Page #24  

Word: "implant", 5 instance(s) (Back to Top)

others like Whitley Streiber, the "implant" theory was a common feature. We 2003 Page #144  
conduct reconnaissance, abduct and implant human victims, and perform cattl 2003 Page #144  
, such as a man who had a possible implant behind his ear. He told me that, 2006 Page #206  
ten wondered if he had received an implant. He had worked all over the worl 2006 Page #206  
 began to require its employees to implant the VeriChip device in their arm 2008 Page #123  

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 that some sort of device had been implanted in her body so that the aliens 2003 Page #143  
to accept that abductees might be "implanted" with some strange kind of dev 2003 Page #144  
 their actual memories with purely implanted ones. Given the scale of such  2004 Page #51  
sked Tom if the dentist might have implanted monitoring devices in their te 2006 Page #160  

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 experiences and received possible implants. Loma Linda is also the locatio 2006 Page #206  
early 2006, such fear of microchip implants gained substance as when a Cinc 2008 Page #123  

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tions would have been very easy to implement using the same procurement str 2003 Page #185  
eath and had the will and means to implement it? Oh yes: without a doubt. A 2005 Page #104  
g craft. One holds an out-of-focus implement in its hand, possibly a syring 2007 Page #62  
the national defense establishment implement MAJESTIC disinformation measur 2009 Page #25  
eries of Presidential Memoranda to implement Presidential executive oversig 2009 Page #35  
ed UFO files was an obvious way to implement the National Security Action M 2009 Page #41  
 Angleton who had the authority to implement Kennedy 's Top Secret November 2009 Page #44  
the CIA as the lead U.S. agency to implement the process. Unknown to Kenned 2009 Page #45  
 that time is required to plan and implement experimental programs. As a re 2009 Page #166  

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 impracticable, particularly as to Implementation in China. Nevertheless, t 2003 Page #230  
ork Citv blackout. Comments on the Implementation of the President's Addres 2009 Page #10  
 weapons before they are launched. Implementation of this strategy would be 2009 Page #22  
t Kennedy's UFO initiatives led to implementation of assassination directiv 2009 Page #42  
taff Committee , and proposals for implementation were submitted to and app 2009 Page #165  
Staff Committee, and proposals for implementation were submitted to and app 2009 Page #167  

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system." One example occurs to me, implemented by a couple of CSICOP (Commi 2004 Page #123  
he recovery of UFOs, they no doubt implemented the best procedures they had 2004 Page #123  
s cordoned off and strict security implemented. • IF there are living EBEs  2004 Page #169  
 wherein an information vacuum was implemented and successful sealed for ov 2007 Page #121  
ational security implications, was implemented decades ago-and it shows no  2008 Page #26  
directive. The directive was later implemented by Angleton in response to P 2009 Page #42  
f counterintelligence , Angleton , implemented a secret set of directives t 2009 Page #45  

Word: "implementing", 3 instance(s) (Back to Top)

e and the territory in general, by implementing civil defense, ?1ilitary, i 2008 Page #24  
zat1on of March 22, 1953, .and the Implementing Instructions of January 23, 2009 Page #27  
in controlling UFO information and implementing the directives of the secre 2009 Page #45  

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a. (U) This collection Requirement implements DoD Manual 5210.-llM. "t!.f!c 2007 Page #175  

Word: "implicate", 1 instance(s) (Back to Top)

There is more evidence to directly implicate Angleton in the Kennedy assass 2009 Page #44  

Word: "implicated", 9 instance(s) (Back to Top)

efense Establishment, which became implicated in the Berwyn Mountains contr 2003 Page #76  
it possible that both parties were implicated in the crash-retrieval operat 2004 Page #12  
transplants) i.e. infectious agent implicated. (Horizontal) The second is b 2006 Page #114  
uestion has to be asked: were they implicated in the recovery of something  2006 Page #132  
identify the players who have been implicated in thjs particular controvers 2007 Page #132  
, both Moon Dust and Blue Fly were implicated in the recovery of what are c 2007 Page #134  
 That Dorothy Kilgallen was indeed implicated in the UFO controver sy is no 2007 Page #136  
s later Moon Dust was still deeply implicated in the UFO mystery. A Defense 2007 Page #140  
that Oswald's involvement directly implicated the USSR. This allowed the CI 2009 Page #44  

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s. Confirms crash/retrieval cases. implicates ether prominent scientists (e 2006 Page #26  
12 memo. This handwriting directly implicates Angleton in the Kennedy assas 2009 Page #44  
y a CIA asset, Clay Shaw, directly implicates the ClA counterintelligence.  2009 Page #44  

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eich's reflections on the possible implicati ons of an extraterrestrial rea 2005 Page #102  

Word: "implication", 9 instance(s) (Back to Top)

ble for bringing this craft down. (Implication was the U.S. had shot other  2004 Page #75  
 it was no weather balloon. And by implication, we are invited to conclude  2004 Page #142  
as flooding or meteor impacts. The implication is that an artificial diggin 2005 Page #61  
leave it there." "STEVE, ISN'T THE IMPLICATION THAT IF SOMETHJNG SO BIG CA! 2005 Page #71  
l y refuse to mention, because the implication s are explosive. lf the fulJ 2007 Page #40  
made me clunk long and hard on the implication s of a classified/ad industr 2007 Page #76  
ission from the glowing craft. The implication is that the time travelers a 2008 Page #95  
p 12) Unidentified Flying Objects: Implication for Nation Security and Huma 2009 Page #8  
 AGENCY UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT IMPLICATION FOR NATION SECURJTY A.ND HUM 2009 Page #23  

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harlette Mann. The conclusions and implications are more predicable and are 2003 Page #38  
 UFO reality, the extraterrestrial implications of same, and his inability  2003 Page #85  
UFO records with national security implications. Here is what he said, I do 2003 Page #196  
the SETI program.(on the religious implications of extraterrestrial contact 2003 Page #197  
the Southwest. After adding up the implications of the testimony of Jesse M 2004 Page #136  
 but with its early successes, the implications of its work attracted inter 2004 Page #153  
lsion Laboratory on the "Religious Implications of Extraterrestrial Contact 2004 Page #186  
historical code word projects. The implications and conclusions may suggest 2004 Page #242  
m On Man and the Biosphere." Legal implications of biosphere starus: TBA SL 2005 Page #54  
                       Sociologial Implications of Disclosure Richard M. Do 2005 Page #73  
and] local commanders perturbed by implications of phenomena. " ln this cas 2005 Page #74  
                      Sociological Implications of Disclosure Some of this  2005 Page #75  
                      Sociological Implications of Disclosure important as  2005 Page #77  
                      Sociological Implications of Disclosure fired on the  2005 Page #79  
                      Sociological Implications of Disclosure occupied by B 2005 Page #81  
                      Sociological Implications of Disclosure A great deal  2005 Page #83  
                      Sociological Implications of Disclosure of lies, fisc 2005 Page #85  
. Conversation then shifted to the implications of such a ruscovery, someth 2005 Page #91  
elated issues of atomic power, and implications for Naval strategy. Skeptic 2005 Page #130  
stematic way the possible societal implications of publicly acknowledged fa 2006 Page #48  
 and finally, to identify specific implications for humanity inherent in ea 2006 Page #48  
ossibilities, extracting important implications from each one, and then to  2006 Page #49  
must adapt and respond to the many implications that are likely to arise fr 2006 Page #50  
plete spectrum of possible contact implications. From these implications, i 2006 Page #50  
e contact implications. From these implications, in turn, a sensible view o 2006 Page #50  
 each potential scenario world. D. Implications for humanity. With the stak 2006 Page #51  
keholder positions as a guide, key implications for humanity as a whole wer 2006 Page #51  
ach scenario world. These lists of implications, in turn, could serve as gu 2006 Page #51  
 will mask, for many, the profound implications of the NH! contact. A fast- 2006 Page #58  
e without resort to open violence. Implications for Humanity Each different 2006 Page #65  
eate an overarching list of likely implications that could be the basis for 2006 Page #65  
-human intelligent life. Given the implications that emerged from this stud 2006 Page #69  
ore, to ignore the possibility and implications of contact is, as Mr. Spock 2006 Page #70  
judged co have "national security" implications. Trus means that UFO crashe 2007 Page #7  
olitical, economic and rheological implications of disclosin g the truth. A 2007 Page #59  
became aware of the seriousness or implications associated with disclosure  2007 Page #76  
estions that potentially has major implications for all of us, as a species 2008 Page #23  
n itself and its national security implications, was implemented decades ag 2008 Page #26  
leased files and discuss the wider implications of this release. Introducti 2008 Page #61  
back down to Earth as planned. The implications, as we all know, were discu 2009 Page #16  
urity Council on national security implications resulting from UFO misident 2009 Page #18  
ort on UFO's and national security implications. Office of Scientific Intel 2009 Page #25  
 initiative with powerful Cold War implications was a more secretive attemp 2009 Page #40  
sination of President Kennedy. The implications of leaked MJ-12 documents r 2009 Page #46  
this craft was doing. WHAT ARE THE IMPLICATIONS OF ALL THESE EVENTS IN THE  2009 Page #85  

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randum , his knowledge of them was implicit in his request for a review of  2009 Page #43  

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s few things seem to disturb him." Implicitly , however, he ostensibly had  2009 Page #32  

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apparent genuineness of SOM1-01 as implied by its authenticity as a 1954 do 2006 Page #16  

Word: "implies", 6 instance(s) (Back to Top)

action and poison the system. This implies that the overall production of h 2003 Page #115  
of UFOs and all that their reality implies. Acknowledgement I have been for 2004 Page #106  
arios of Contact Familiar-positive implies very big opportunities for human 2006 Page #66  
ow disruption. - Familiar-positive implies very big opportunities for human 2006 Page #66  
 . Certainly, the Retrieval aspect implies there must be witnesses somewher 2008 Page #40  
n't need the FBI any more. It also implies that MJ-12 has its own spies (ba 2008 Page #111  

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n thief of the Polivian Army. vi 1 IMPlif• here neit it.Inday. This .1411.t 2004 Page #20  

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ks ■ The Bob Laz:1.I Story ■ MUFON Implodes ■ UFO Sighting; in the U.S. :md 2008 Page #166  

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Einstein." Stung, Reich wrote back imploring Einstein to re-conduct the exp 2005 Page #92  

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hink its terms are too general and imply too much which may later prove emb 2003 Page #230  
early '50s. Friedman: OK. Did they imply that the crash had just happened o 2004 Page #92  
 66% report aliens • 44% report or imply retrieval operations • 13% relate  2004 Page #109  
 If only 1% tell, then our numbers imply a huge number of thousands of witn 2004 Page #125  
ater, who merely went so far as to imply in strong terms that it very well  2004 Page #132  
ad is put out so as to confuse and imply the real ones are phony... guilt b 2006 Page #13  
 other advanced/arcane powers that imply the ability to dominate and contro 2006 Page #53  
eat. Slow Government contact would imply NHI caution or ambivalent motives. 2006 Page #63  
ence to MJ6 would seem to strongly imply membership in the MJ 12 group. And 2007 Page #143  
er to violate does not necessarily imply total sovereignty , and that the U 2009 Page #15  

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y (wruch he termed orgone energy), implying the possibility of life in spac 2005 Page #95  

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unities, making connecti ons." r\n impo ino, and omewhat ambiguous alien he 2007 Page #69  

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0617411.1 Looal preee WeildAJW: S. IMPOAT 1.1"1.11ER: IL °Mt Or INC,7017T:  2004 Page #19  

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ese capabilities would be of prime imponance. The study would have to event 2005 Page #162  

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enario is the most threatening and imponderable of all possible contact sce 2006 Page #55  

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ction is not far off. The military imporcance of space vehicles, satel-ices 2008 Page #114  

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area incidentally would have major import in the life of Norm Smith's uncle 2004 Page #36  
d propaganda were some of its most import.ant casks from the very scan. Top 2007 Page #11  
TIAL PARADOX BUI nos SECRJ:T LS so IMPORT,\.'IT IT \V,\S NOT RJ:VEALED ?    2008 Page #152  

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tan Friedman, also recognizing the importance of this picture, tracked Fisk 2003 Page #36  
 science" □ Security is of massive importance; keep public in dark n Cratin 2003 Page #172  
clear up misconceptions, emphasize importance, stress need for absolute sec 2003 Page #172  
 of the Roswell crash. Despite the importance of the crash in UFO lore ther 2003 Page #190  
ater other examples which show the importance of such briefings. 187        2003 Page #191  
ratic problems given the scope and importance of what he is dealing with. 8 2003 Page #209  
y a cover story requirement of the importance of the New Mexico events and  2003 Page #210  
t rers.iprnafrlly representing the importance X of doing something to clari 2003 Page #230  
from Spitsbergen will be of utmost importance in this respect." I continued 2004 Page #13  
ico State Historical Register. The importance of the El Vado radar site is  2004 Page #71  
tually saw the bodies himself. The importance of the statement is twofold:  2004 Page #97  
a similar logic: that the level of importance which he ascribed to his UFO  2005 Page #102  
l Entity, security is of paramount importance. All other considerations are 2006 Page #21  
 coordination will be of paramount importance. Slowness allows time for coo 2006 Page #68  
 coordination will be of paramount importance. Slowness allows for coordina 2006 Page #69  
Press wire service. Note the great importance placed on controlling the wir 2007 Page #16  
anes. They didn't find anything of importance, except some ashes that he th 2008 Page #8  
l Douglas, I became exposed to the importance of trying to understand the t 2008 Page #104  
is beginn:.ng to regain a __ i::.s importance in cosmic international law.  2008 Page #113  
he institution would be of crucial importance and great potential influence 2009 Page #12  
t. In this sense, the overwhelming importance of UFO intelligence activity, 2009 Page #15  
he institution would be of crucial importance and great potential influence 2009 Page #23  
nnedy and Khrushchev discussed the importance of their respective UFO worki 2009 Page #41  
ne's testimony is of extraordinary importance. When she related this anecdo 2009 Page #93  
it is directly proportional to the importance of that unit's mission. World 2009 Page #155  
pon approaching the atomic bomb in importance . The defense ministry , the  2009 Page #159  
ed it to be a weapon of tremendous importance. "But farther than that he wo 2009 Page #160  
ed it to be a weapon of tremendous importance ." "But father than that he w 2009 Page #171  
as c.iu:se tic kr.ew Prof. Dav.ldr importance. James Leech ol Auc1dancl to  2009 Page #184  

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eapon-approaching the atom bomb in importance-which the New Zealand Herald  2009 Page #157  

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. The authorities in possession of important information should not hesitat 2003 Page #18  
 as she was dying of cancer. It is important to note that this is not the o 2003 Page #22  
her was one thing, but it was very important I had validation from a more s 2003 Page #36  
ndmother this is something that is important for me, and grandfather is gon 2003 Page #36  
ways bracket my shots for anything important. That is, I take one photo wit 2003 Page #45  
thered at the time would become so important years later. Included in the r 2003 Page #54  
ay in 1965. It is sad that so many important witnesses who were involved wi 2003 Page #56  
n both locally and nationally. One important report came from a truck drive 2003 Page #61  
 soon after it fell. That lead was important, as it led us to Bill Bulebush 2003 Page #63  
t on unknown aerial objects. It is important to remember that as with other 2003 Page #88  
he V.I.P. patient assigned to this important job on this night? Apparently  2003 Page #95  
newitz had stumbled onto something important, and if not, the security issu 2003 Page #145  
 Air Force people who passed along important information vital to his resea 2003 Page #148  
welfare of the individual was less important than the cult of intelligence  2003 Page #151  
gnificance. Before we begin, it is important to realize that IF you are sat 2003 Page #171  
a Ions Manual Conclusions The most important conclusion for my topic is tha 2003 Page #186  
his talk. This program has been so important that it has never lacked for m 2003 Page #187  
aterial and the White House, it is important to view why the role of the pr 2003 Page #189  
hy the role of the president is so important. It has long been rumored that 2003 Page #189  
overnment. Most importantly, it is important to view the role of the presid 2003 Page #189  
nnot be overruled. It is therefore important to see what he knows on the su 2003 Page #189  
inates about things they think are important for him to know. The president 2003 Page #189  
FO Most Wanted" deck. An even more important story comes from prominent civ 2003 Page #196  
se, Iran-Contra, and several other important cases. Sheehan's story is that 2003 Page #197  
g rumors I am working on. The most important evidence that Jimmy Carter may 2003 Page #197  
y process of having directives for important missions. 4. The Eisenhower di 2003 Page #208  
ning he is out in New Mexico on an important mission and I want to make sur 2003 Page #209  
China and intimately known to many important Chinese officials. It is estim 2003 Page #224  
China and personally known to easy important Chinese officials. There Is at 2003 Page #228  
irs and par- (0 ticularly with the important officials, and he is greatly e 2003 Page #230  
ferenced the crash, and that added important data to what was already in ha 2004 Page #8  
hall, London, England. What was so important about the Bolivian events that 2004 Page #12  
of the Spitsbergen disc was highly important. Although our present scientif 2004 Page #13  
t they wanted, isn't that the most important question? No light houses and  2004 Page #49  
with after the fact. Good luck. An important though often sensationalized a 2004 Page #51  
 body of case knowledge in several important respects, including detailed a 2004 Page #59  
 years, one of Andy Kissner's most important sources was a high ranking off 2004 Page #61  
ar targets. Another mysterious and important visual detail was provided by  2004 Page #68  
d a restricted air space. That was important because it was clear to the De 2004 Page #71  
have tried to find facts about the important question: What does the United 2004 Page #75  
 God rest his soul — who wrote the important 1997 book, The Day After Roswe 2004 Page #78  
n was being kept orally briefed on important UFO events comes when we look  2004 Page #84  
idence (Part 1) August 1954. It is important to this conference because it  2004 Page #86  
ese insights into the shutdown are important for two reasons. 1. They are r 2004 Page #88  
ent that Smith saw the bodies. The important reference is found in a book c 2004 Page #97  
aging in more discussion of a most important subject — the UFOs." Lundahl p 2004 Page #101  
ork he was hired by the CIA. It is important to note at this point out that 2004 Page #101  
s of previously unseen and vitally important data. As Stringfield noted in  2004 Page #110  
ht. Nevertheless, skepticism is an important part of the scientific method, 2004 Page #121  
wed with time and money • The most important secret is the secrecy itself • 2004 Page #128  
taker. I feel that one of the most important reasons for the secrecy is the 2004 Page #130  
ny from Marcel might be incredibly important. One clue came from Lydia Slep 2004 Page #135  
s cease and desist from destroying important records without proper authori 2004 Page #148  
rence last year, Bourassa was also important because he was the Director of 2004 Page #176  
umping of Project Blue Book was an important event. When the Air Force dump 2004 Page #178  
prevent anyone from confirming any important part of the UFO story. That ha 2004 Page #179  
, which I think is one of the most important events in UFO history. The Ali 2004 Page #180  
ory as such but it is a critically important story because I believe it for 2004 Page #180  
th the government were a number of important things about how the governmen 2004 Page #191  
al visitation. • He also played an important role in Congressional UFO hear 2004 Page #209  
hile to find them. Two of the most important witnesses, both now deceased,  2004 Page #216  
hat. Instead, this speaks to three important aspects of the Roswell event:  2004 Page #226  
ckchannels, autopsy & documents 3. IMPORTANT Memo 4. An Encyclopedia of Fly 2004 Page #248  
ence He is also the author of the "Important Memo," written just a month af 2004 Page #249  
July 1999. This is one of the most important leaks in the history of Ufolog 2004 Page #249  
rce. Some of the highlights of the Important Memo are: You may not know now 2004 Page #249  
know now, but you have some really important stuff that is creating a lot o 2004 Page #249  
 Existence of TOP SECRET/MJ-12 The important memo can be found on www.majes 2004 Page #250  
" (how long unclear) ■ "Three most important findings I presented to the Ge 2005 Page #8  
s a good thing or a bad thing, the important thjng is chat our little room  2005 Page #75  
logical Implications of Disclosure important as this is -as I will continue 2005 Page #77  
im?" For while evidence is alwa} s important, so is logic. 75               2005 Page #77  
en so, according to Goldwater, the important information remained unavaiJab 2005 Page #80  
earings on excesses of the CIA. An important part of this flurry of populis 2005 Page #84  
cal information on a wide range of important government activities that had 2005 Page #84  
ase of these documents has made an important difference in helping us to re 2005 Page #84  
preceding it. But perhaps its most important single, unified body of scient 2005 Page #87  
ciate thjs account, however, it is important that we view it in some contex 2005 Page #88  
s and I thought him to be the most important thinker of our time? I must fa 2005 Page #103  
e will see another edition of chis important book in the not coo distant fu 2005 Page #105  
ecar: Phenomenon Unit (IPU). It is important to note that the IPU is noc sp 2005 Page #123  
ng of July 16 .... " It is further important to point out the difficulties  2005 Page #126  
 of classified document s. Another important witness co the copic of UFO cr 2005 Page #131  
tec crash. Thjs raises a number of important questions. Was Newton (as a co 2005 Page #133  
he cases cited above, however, are important in the sense that they demonst 2005 Page #134  
arying quality of each case, it is important to provide an objective method 2005 Page #134  
near the title of each case. 1t is important to weed out false cases, and t 2005 Page #138  
s of previously unseen and vitally important data. As Stringfield noted in  2005 Page #139  
y war. I feel that one of the most important reasons for continuing secrecy 2005 Page #140  
 to have more of the rare but very important very heavy metals such as gold 2006 Page #7  
g this. Obviously war is much more important than ocean mining to us, so we 2006 Page #7  
lk. I can think of no subject more important to the future for my children  2006 Page #13  
M1-01 in 1994. SOM1-01 provides an important analytical framework for under 2006 Page #14  
ose respective testimonies provide important insights into the nature of 'b 2006 Page #14  
one's use of FOIA was particularly important since this would be a logical  2006 Page #17  
n. This was combined with his most important duty which was to be the telep 2006 Page #18  
n's whistleblower testimony offers important corroborating support for Ston 2006 Page #23  
ctrum of possibilities, extracting important implications from each one, an 2006 Page #49  
dertaking — it may be a critically important one. But this report is not ab 2006 Page #50  
 Contact event, and which are most important for us to consider?" Scores of 2006 Page #51  
erplay of the uncertainties. It is important to note that the eight resulti 2006 Page #53  
 kind of strangeness would be very important. - Given time to coordinate pl 2006 Page #67  
Goodall's books, I lacked the most important reference material needed to i 2006 Page #85  
 cells of a living organism. It is important to differentiate in our discus 2006 Page #113  
fe to get out of town, and to have important files moved to the basement. I 2006 Page #167  
had been geese." There are several important points in the above version wh 2006 Page #167  
 on that day they didn't have more important things to do. I found the foll 2006 Page #174  
at might have happened that was so important that the Air Force requested t 2006 Page #174  
o move forward together. That's an important point. Because, let's face it, 2006 Page #181  
hat asking questions is often more important than finding the answers. We k 2006 Page #182  
, and bow propaganda works to rude important events and reduce public curio 2007 Page #7  
d. 3. How propaganda works to hide important events and reduce public curio 2007 Page #9  
ws censorship actuaUy works. 1t is important to remember that fooling peopl 2007 Page #15  
sts ► Monitoring & interception of important news reports ► Lifetime secrec 2007 Page #15  
srs ► Moruroring & interception of important news reports ► Lifetime secrec 2007 Page #16  
 This gives some indication of how important the UFO problem really was. Du 2007 Page #22  
t to stress that they also play an important role in djstribucing propagand 2007 Page #27  
 people are skeptical that such an important topic could be kept under wrap 2007 Page #31  
ernational media. They report many important stories that the U.S. meclia s 2007 Page #34  
t national security is always more important than our First Amendment right 2007 Page #35  
 story This, b) itself is a hugely important story and one the American new 2007 Page #40  
          le because computers are important to everyone . I really enjoyed 2007 Page #83  
mation concernin g the discs. It's important to note, that these four aircr 2007 Page #95  
 DISCS: Authors special note: Ir's important to note that when describin g  2007 Page #99  
ecial note: Although the following important point seems difficult if not i 2007 Page #108  
g like half of a fuselage". A very important point I never revealed to \Xla 2007 Page #115  
Earrn, and will likely become vet) important modern archeological digs. The 2007 Page #121  
shed to Earth -then among the most important questions facing Ufology are s 2007 Page #132  
about the same size." The two most important points of all chat can be extr 2007 Page #133  
port referenced the crash and adds important data to that alread~ in hand.  2007 Page #141  
fficult, we can at lease make some important, preliminar y observations. Qu 2007 Page #143  
esolved the matter either. But the important point is that all three rughly 2007 Page #144  
weapons - one of K.ircland 's most important responsibilities. Accession Nu 2007 Page #163  
t , we aiTived m Coyame armed with important information about the 1974 eve 2007 Page #189  
ng the truth, and this would be an important truth, then he should let me r 2008 Page #14  
a doubt one of the most critically important and relevant questions that po 2008 Page #23  
ely a theory and nothing else. The important factor at work, however, is th 2008 Page #36  
duct an "unofficial search." It is important to note this search effort did 2008 Page #44  
about UFOs , the phenomenon raises important defence and air safety issues. 2008 Page #66  
ive different stories to tell It's important to scramble dates (which confu 2008 Page #93  
os in the streets. That's why it's important to keep it quiet. (But) ... it 2008 Page #93  
                                   important to remember that the idea of t 2008 Page #95  
he variables noted in slide 21 are important to understand because they are 2008 Page #108  
ch in the open literature would be important. The calculations perfonned by 2008 Page #108  
nces or first person references as important. These variables are still bei 2008 Page #108  
ion. This slide 26 is particularly important because it shows the differenc 2008 Page #108  
 for their work. That is why it is important to compare the results for eac 2008 Page #108  
how to handle the issue if someone important asks about UFOs, shown on slid 2008 Page #110  
t is at the very heart of the most important issues in the country, and hav 2008 Page #112  
nt ," Mussolini proclaimed. "It is important to recognize that, as an econo 2008 Page #124  
rriman , who had been an early and important mentor to Prescott Bush. Anoth 2008 Page #129  
ip on July 8, 1947, "due to a very important and sudden matter". This was t 2008 Page #132  
 not mean Official Interest - MOST IMPORTANT: DESIGNED FOJA-PROOf -ERGOFUSI 2008 Page #148  
offered the United States the most important and strategic advance in histo 2009 Page #17  
elating to national security." The important requirement that decision make 2009 Page #18  
mporary ones are misleading ; more important than comparisons of temporary  2009 Page #19  
elopments stranger and vastly more important than the once revolutionary id 2009 Page #20  
egin a concrete discussio n on the important issue. We could continue '·cla 2009 Page #21  
hese weapons , speed may not be so important; it might be more essential to 2009 Page #22  
e suited for other missions. It is important to note that such weaponry wil 2009 Page #22  
ch technology has become ever more important in military?? ??????? is alway 2009 Page #23  
nce system and performance in many important past events. At any rate, this 2009 Page #24  
netheless , the subject is far too important to be left unexplored. And on  2009 Page #24  
 later than February I, 1964. It's important to note that CIA Memorandum re 2009 Page #41  
retly required to release the most important UFO files reported through the 2009 Page #41  
t to the crux of the matter, it is important to note that -despite what som 2009 Page #48  
 You'd think that would be kind of important. AND WHY HA VE THE GOVERNMENTS 2009 Page #85  
extra terrestrial contact. Equally important, I was honored with the friend 2009 Page #88  
s year there has been a critically important revelation about the Mem01y J\ 2009 Page #91  
ad taken dictation from him for an important report related to obtaining fu 2009 Page #93  
ists. JUNE CRAIN (CUBBAGE) LIST OF IMPORTANT NAMES June gave me a handwritt 2009 Page #94  
tten list of people she considered important to her work at Wright-Patterso 2009 Page #94  
                   le What is most important about June Crain's story? 7r,  2009 Page #95  
ould agree that integrity was very important for her. Her pride and loyalty 2009 Page #95  
, each of these pioneers providing important contributions to the field. I  2009 Page #154  
nits whose missions were so highly important that their ranks were made up  2009 Page #155  
 the United States in 194 7, it is important to understand the socio-politi 2009 Page #156  

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 employees of the government. Most importantly, it is important to view the 2003 Page #189  
dentify the type of film, but more importantly to ensure the film was loade 2004 Page #234  
egarding the incident.. .and, most importantly, copies of the official U.S. 2006 Page #180  
. GM: That's an aspect of ir. More importantly l was looking for ways to ea 2007 Page #83  
an extra-terrestrial vehicle. More importantly. throughout Project Blue Boo 2008 Page #24  
nt as much as I did. But much more importantly , I respected June Crain as  2009 Page #95  

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hen the Brown brothers, originally importers oflrish linen, merged with rai 2008 Page #129  

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ogy, then mechanicall y attempt to impose tl1eir own sex-negative morafoy o 2005 Page #104  
en `extraterestrially exposed' and impose an indeterminate quarantine under 2006 Page #202  
, satellite surveillance, etc). 2. Impose media censorship via standard met 2007 Page #29  
, satelLite surveiLlance, etc). 2. Impose mecLia censorship via standard me 2007 Page #29  
 in its present form. But we could impose the condition that all classified 2009 Page #21  

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t 's policy of denial and ridicule imposed on the American public since at  2005 Page #118  
, and not only violate it, but has imposed whatever limits they deem approp 2009 Page #15  
947 when the NTK restrictions were imposed. In maintaining absolute secrecy 2009 Page #15  

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le height, I remember ic majescic, imposing, then some orange reflections b 2007 Page #196  

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t from the sky, with the praccical impossibi_ icy of determining who the ag 2008 Page #114  

Word: "impossible", 30 instance(s) (Back to Top)

aucer crash retrievals it would be impossible for the president to have 'co 2003 Page #25  
meters or 5-1/2 inches would be an impossible length for a child that age.  2003 Page #49  
ime would be the materials. Nearly impossible at that time to make any prog 2003 Page #161  
 declassify all UFO files would be impossible if the cover-up was as widesp 2003 Page #200  
tic but without an original, it is impossible to conclude much more than th 2003 Page #210  
grave metal missing, an exhumation impossible and even the old timers squab 2004 Page #31  
so highly classified.., it is just impossible to get anything on it." On Ju 2004 Page #146  
of life upon them as improbable or impossible. Yet across the gulf of space 2004 Page #148  
ng two antibiotics. This is almost impossible and it only occurs in cases o 2005 Page #33  
that has been released, it is just impossible to get anything on it." The " 2005 Page #80  
 to something in which it would be impossible to preruct the outcome . \X/h 2005 Page #85  
tein's reaction had been: "That is impossible. Should this be true, it woul 2005 Page #91  
ing these projects makes it nearly impossible to obtain chat e, idence. Res 2005 Page #167  
are those who think star travel is impossible. If that were true, which it  2006 Page #6  
n non-human biological systems are impossible to predict. Stone's testimony 2006 Page #19  
by SOM1-01 since the effects were "impossible to predict". By 1979, however 2006 Page #19  
ankind in case military victory is impossible. Science would be under maxim 2006 Page #62  
en degraded making recovery almost impossible. The accident occurred at 1:4 2006 Page #82  
ccess to the impact site virtually impossible. At 3:00 a.m. PDT, a Divert T 2006 Page #82  
 rocky outcrops it would be nearly impossible and would definitely be impos 2006 Page #85  
impossible and would definitely be impossible to disguise. I had seen no ev 2006 Page #85  
ut down.' I think he said, 'That's impossible!' I said, Well, we're shut do 2006 Page #149  
n, New York and Washington, D.C.? "Impossible," he thought as he placed the 2006 Page #164  
rting about the war was essentiaUy impossible. In short, the medja are now  2007 Page #12  
shed in newspapers are practically impossible to obtain. The newspapers hav 2007 Page #48  
 (DSA, Inc.), etc. · · ■ Virtually impossible to get information about thes 2007 Page #52  
rtant point seems difficult if not impossible to believe, it has been inclu 2007 Page #108  
separate nights but it wouldn't be impossible , especially given the time o 2008 Page #14  
UTURE? They go to their past. It's impossible to go into the future. It tak 2008 Page #92  
ssia, comparison becomes virtually impossible . It is widely believed in th 2009 Page #21  

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y carefully pointed out the almost impossibly inaccessible (by ground) area 2003 Page #150  

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s were offered which were somewhat impracticable, particularly as to Implem 2003 Page #230  

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er inquiry about their destruction impractical. Schiff also added, "At leas 2004 Page #61  

Word: "imprecise", 1 instance(s) (Back to Top)

5 thereof. Unfortunately these are imprecise location designations. This is 2004 Page #119  

Word: "impressed", 12 instance(s) (Back to Top)

 he had never seen. However,, what impressed him most was around the inside 2003 Page #23  
e in 1954 ” □ “Why would people be impressed by ‘downed satellites ’ when t 2003 Page #180  
hose who say, "Why would anyone be impressed by a known false statement?" A 2003 Page #183  
g saucers." Lundahl must have been impressed with the piece, as he was stil 2004 Page #102  
e contacts were being made. He was impressed and contacted Wilbert Smith, t 2004 Page #103  
of the small beams. His Dad was so impressed with the debris he took pieces 2004 Page #137  
 map with a straight-on glance, he impressed me as a person who is sincere  2005 Page #43  
way they were made up. That really impressed me and I thought, '\Vhy would  2005 Page #68  
ridor while the banner copy asks, "Impressed? Amaze elite travelers on the  2007 Page #67  
mbers to this day. The incident so impressed him that, later in life, he ma 2007 Page #191  
n is mistaken . When we are overly impressed by progress in any given devel 2009 Page #20  
ork at Wright-Patterson AFB, I was impressed by the details she recalled, b 2009 Page #91  

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: no paper forensics possible What impresses me besides the visual appearan 2003 Page #26  

Word: "impression", 14 instance(s) (Back to Top)

mber at the time it making a large impression on me, because of the eyes, s 2003 Page #35  
 a dry wash that could give one an impression of looking like a long trench 2003 Page #63  
ning of the lights gave an overall impression of being quite large. What re 2004 Page #34  
kens and the others were under the impression that it was an airplane of so 2004 Page #35  
t soon forget and it left quite an impression on Budd as well. This past su 2004 Page #59  
er Stan Friedman VII. 10-13 Dental impression of ET; Knowledge of alien bod 2004 Page #114  
for Reich the distinct, subjective impression of a struggle. It came back a 2005 Page #96  
and "underbrush may have given the impression of a giant figure." Additiona 2006 Page #96  
ic. The War of the Worlds left the impression, partly because of media hype 2006 Page #102  
 such a short time, and Margaret's impression was that it would have to hav 2006 Page #125  
he Air Force wanted to make a good impression, and did not want to release  2007 Page #95  
that," said Corbin. "But I got the impression they'd recovered some kind of 2007 Page #133  
bove. It built up slowly. My first impression while the intensity was low w 2008 Page #10  
 winked when he talked to him. His impression was they knew more about the  2008 Page #44  

Word: "impressions", 9 instance(s) (Back to Top)

mark and the paper. For typewriter impressions on original paper, it is usu 2003 Page #178  
made plaster casts of the circular impressions in the ground. But even more 2004 Page #47  
umors quickly circulated about the impressions in the ground that formed a  2004 Page #56  
ng radioactivity readings on these impressions. More than ten years later,  2004 Page #56  
 strange lights were seen. • Three impressions in the ground were found and 2004 Page #56  
take radioactivity readings of the impressions. All of these facts were men 2004 Page #56  
, I was able to confirm my initial impressions that the locality and charac 2006 Page #202  
scribe his and Col. Charles Halt's impressions of the lights. First, I woul 2008 Page #74  
r by centimeter ," finding several impressions in close proximity to the tr 2009 Page #137  

Word: "impressive", 6 instance(s) (Back to Top)

eet from the shore. It wasn't very impressive, not at first, because then t 2004 Page #35  
he Braxton County Monster" showing impressive evidence of battle with 3 UFO 2004 Page #128  
enerators are yielding a wealth of impressive data in both time and space.6 2006 Page #102  
ly, underground bomb tests. It was impressive to see the ground rippling an 2006 Page #199  
om Cordoba, Argentina. Despite its impressive pedigree-samples of the fragm 2007 Page #195  
ength of sentences and can provide impressive author correlation. Forensic  2008 Page #106  

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l the way up to 1969. The footnote imprint identifies not only that fact th 2003 Page #172  
logo used as late as 1969 Footnote imprint identifies MJ-12 as customer TO  2003 Page #172  
g each main feature □ The footnote imprint says that MJ-12 paid for the pri 2003 Page #188  

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dia Ltd., U.K. The 6-fingered hand imprinted panels were allegedly filmed b 2003 Page #101  
etic propulsion systems — and hand imprinted control panels. This is what C 2003 Page #101  
strengthened flight suits and hand imprinted control panels. On May 27, 199 2003 Page #102  

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nce of witnessed landings, such as imprints in soft ground, broken bushes,  2004 Page #15  

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nal defense — you can be fined and imprisoned." So it was like warning #2.  2004 Page #183  
warned that they would be fined or imprisoned if they spoke about the subje 2009 Page #90  

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visor literally threatened me with imprisonment with my Dad. My Dad I guess 2006 Page #153  
extradited to the US? GM: 60 years imprisonment and 1.5 million dollars in  2007 Page #91  
is no one's security. It is social imprisonment by illusion. Those distorti 2008 Page #96  

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 is too complicated and sounds too improbabl e to be explained clearly in a 2005 Page #91  

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te that this language is extremely improbable as signatories rarely refer t 2003 Page #209  
miss the idea of life upon them as improbable or impossible. Yet across the 2004 Page #148  
tivities level, which is even more improbable because of its consistency wi 2008 Page #135  
he launch data. Furthermore, it is improbable that the frequency of these s 2008 Page #135  

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tion number, military titles *setv improperly noted and signature* appeared 2003 Page #135  

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ould connect with local leaders to improve the exposure and participation a 2003 Page #22  
etary's condition is continuing to improve. Richard Dolan notes in UFOs and 2003 Page #91  
irective to Twining, presumably to improve its authenticity or believabilit 2003 Page #203  
ring the manuscript, presumably to improve salability and                   2003 Page #203  
le inclusion in the US arsenal, to improve military tactics, equipment, and 2005 Page #39  
ar, when TO\vnsend Brown sought to improve on the various proposals that th 2005 Page #171  
lternate wa) s to commut e to help improve the air and traffic congestion . 2007 Page #69  
ndow", which ma) have been used to improve pilot visibility during approach 2007 Page #100  
low. All errors have been fixed to improve readability but do not significa 2008 Page #112  
 genetic selection to maintain and improve their ideal human characteristic 2008 Page #140  
aken by State, Defense, and CIA to improve communications worldwide. EXECUT 2009 Page #26  

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ually come calling and deliver an "improved" version of the decoding softwa 2003 Page #149  
e of documents through the new and improved Freedom of ]nformation Act (FOJ 2005 Page #73  

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ion Innovative , maybe patentabl e improvements likely 19                   2005 Page #21  
 later despite the obviously great improvements in technology. We also had  2006 Page #8  

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ment that Forrestal's condition is improving. 86                            2003 Page #90  
 accurate, as a critical issue for improving our understanding of space, ti 2004 Page #117  
             One of the methods of improving a witness interview is go over 2008 Page #58  

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roceeds from there and attempts to improYe on the original inspired work. I 2005 Page #163  

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forts to damage his reputation and impugn his work became commonplace from  2005 Page #89  

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of story angles. The biggest media impulses would be 1) to penetrate the go 2006 Page #58  
, global alliances and cooperative impulses could fold, as all stakeholders 2006 Page #68  

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rmation. His outstanding books The Impulsive Characte1; Character .Ana/ysis 2005 Page #89  

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nd exceptionally pure; and with no impurities or trace elements, excepting  2007 Page #194  

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nt., as oxide. No other element or impurity of any kind was found in the ma 2007 Page #194  

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 1•11/....d v•Cati 6.40.41, rawhoe Imre& tri aalilka• namory•ams arm*. adaW 2006 Page #32  

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aces. For now, we are left with an imrigujng and slowly increasing body of  2005 Page #45  

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s surd 1988.12.0e • tikentor. Lee. imros Prvr lectr Ulan elm transxtuceis a 2006 Page #35  

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ndtniablt cmttltl-stmor. crrdiblt "imrssu. pllyslcal nidttttt) • This Is~ p 2008 Page #154  

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o shows that Admiral 1v1ichaelis h.imself had once commanded the Naval Air  2005 Page #130  

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ifliwutt cWj @^jzcso wCflalalB and iMtav ia peeltitan af may—iMltty yea nM  2003 Page #226  

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. Disappearance at I 05 degrees az[imuth] 10,000 feet altitude. Heading ten 2008 Page #8  

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or crater nr other nhx mu* »ijd ol im|uct. I remember rccnaet/ins liir* mal 2003 Page #132  

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 \X/hether or not the mjlirary was im·olved in the attempted bribes is a ma 2005 Page #35  
 large number of corporations were im·olved in gravity research of the fift 2005 Page #173  
ry strangely enough and the people im·olved in that. l have a lot of respec 2007 Page #81  

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s!.~ple m,2p o: the .J:'.'C~ shot."in& your posicion ,:rnd chc object' 'ii  2008 Page #56  

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:it he :-JrnseH had re: c,!lvcd no in-::t::n'.ion cf ~he neturo or I.ho pro 2009 Page #183  

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 power-crazed us-versus-them dogma in-between) is The Truth, and everything 2006 Page #181  
rial Phenomena impacts cannot slip in-between the cracks for several reason 2007 Page #121  

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 the follO\\ ing, based upon their in-depth research into a spectacular ser 2005 Page #31  
tude of this incident, the lack of in-depth information and detail surprise 2006 Page #91  
him on videotape and he gave me an in-depth account of all the events in wh 2006 Page #98  
doubt: "Yes." Indeed, a thorough , in-depth study of official documentation 2008 Page #23  

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er for the D-21, immediately began in-flight checkout (IFC0) procedures for 2006 Page #78  
d) for these aircraft. Some of the in-flight photos clearly showed the disc 2007 Page #99  
d for the release of 1 O' diameter in-flight radio controlled flying wing d 2007 Page #107  

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mory." Yet the unit "was formed as in-house project purely as an interest i 2003 Page #162  

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uct with appropriately illustrated in-store rusplay cards. There was once a 2007 Page #65  

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::ir s,cC;""CL tvC!:::ipons h~.,-c in-The sentence reads: "One mean, eluded 2009 Page #182  

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ty of nuclear weapons with currcn1 in1clligencc concerning thre:115 to nucl 2007 Page #175  

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ecurity of nuclear weapons operalc in1cm:11ionally . (2) (U) Nuclear we:ipo 2007 Page #175  

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e give:1 p\':ct.icn\ a1wllc:,.tion in\ Nc11· Zea.lane reports concernll\P,  2009 Page #182  

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ith /some anatomical dif ferences /in^the head, eyes, hands apd feet. They  2003 Page #236  

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irow tee 3•id they ret0k943 trivSy Ina. he ....Yardli to a rays hariler 150 2006 Page #30  

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rial implications of same, and his inability (in his capacity as Secretary  2003 Page #85  
ic Institutional amnesia (apparent inability of editors and reporters to re 2007 Page #23  
ic institutional amnesia (apparent inability of editors and reporters to re 2007 Page #24  
elfare of humanity. Because of our inability to solve the problem of intern 2008 Page #117  

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trange NHI would retain an aura of inaccessibility, even if obviously non-t 2006 Page #61  

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 pointed out the almost impossibly inaccessible (by ground) areas where the 2003 Page #150  
, because of the mountain being so inaccessible -apart from by spy-cameras  2007 Page #138  

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dent to be turned into a joke. The inaccuracies in reporting the incident w 2006 Page #99  

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moved. Even more fortunate was the inaccuracy of that estimate. To illustra 2009 Page #18  

Word: "inaccurate", 7 instance(s) (Back to Top)

s into a murky trail of fudged and inaccurate documents, some of questionab 2003 Page #41  
m to the regulations ' □ "Contains inaccurate information" "Is incomplete ” 2003 Page #186  
 proven ■ His IC claims seem quite inaccurate ■ His fiber optic claims shou 2005 Page #12  
ccident. Other accounts are simply inaccurate . In Contact With Space, Dr.  2005 Page #102  
a long flowing pleated dress. This inaccurate rendition was shown to the na 2006 Page #91  
)" version of the giant figure was inaccurate. It did not give the correct  2006 Page #98  
glaring omission and a dangerously inaccurate estimate. One of the chief pr 2009 Page #18  

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f the object and most people would inaccurately describe size, speed and al 2008 Page #13  

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nd mediocrity due to disbelief and inaction on the part of the defense esta 2009 Page #15  

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nd ultraviolet light (which should inactivate viruses) the conclusion was t 2006 Page #114  

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d as "small particles which resist inactivation by procedures that modify n 2006 Page #113  

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 deceptive, not of the light. Many inactive believers would return to stric 2006 Page #59  

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 equipment and supplies are wholly inadequate in dealing with a large scale 2004 Page #81  
y are presently configured, appear inadequate to respond effectively to hig 2006 Page #50  
 equipment and supplies are wholly inadequate in dealing with a large scale 2006 Page #105  
s attention has been given to, and inadequate controls have been exerted ov 2009 Page #12  
e attention has been given to, and inadequate controls have been exerted ov 2009 Page #24  
he current security measures prove inadequate , the national defense establ 2009 Page #25  

Word: "inadvertently", 4 instance(s) (Back to Top)

r ti tie: MJ-1. Not only had Reich inadvertently made contact with a member 2005 Page #96  
hed in the neighborhood might have inadvertently homed on a saucer. Perhaps 2006 Page #11  
mation. They can, intentionally or inadvertently, make misleading statement 2006 Page #71  
,945-foot-rugh Mt. Ararat, Turkey, inadvertently stumbled across what some  2007 Page #137  

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r -E,tr3trrre1-1ri:1I: :idj: ori;::inalin::: or loc.:atcd or occurrin~ outs 2005 Page #107  

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accept many of their principles . :inally , if they should reject all peace 2008 Page #112  

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 we do against them? Panic was not inappropriate. First we have to recogniz 2006 Page #8  

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. But let's begin with some of the inarguable history. The U.S. Army Air Fo 2004 Page #134  

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 southern region of the State of M.inas Gerais. It appeared to be about to  2005 Page #36  

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ther strongly about the matter and inasmuch as it is addressed to him, I wi 2003 Page #216  

Word: "inational", 1 instance(s) (Back to Top)

vidence from the National Archives INational Personal Records Center St. Lo 2003 Page #165  

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 enterobacteria, confirmed by exam.inations at Hospital Born Pastor. There  2005 Page #34  

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leased, question ing ■ Subn-subord inatlor--whe1her, Jr, when, before• • Jn 2008 Page #118  

Word: "inaudible", 2 instance(s) (Back to Top)

 1 think if they move in a mobile (inaudible) 48                            2004 Page #51  
tunnel comes off and that's a big (inaudible) inspection area. All for wate 2004 Page #52  

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inton, who at the time of his 1993 inauguration, was faced with 17,000 clas 2003 Page #189  

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r ■ Funeral Home - Cracraft-Miller Inc., ■ Other CG & Jackson police office 2003 Page #34  
r of Biophysical Research Sensors, Inc. in Ann Arbor. Levengood holds about 2003 Page #111  
ed growth. He owned Agro Sciences, Inc., in Ann Arbor from 1976 to 1983. Si 2003 Page #111  
W: S. IMPOAT 1.1"1.11ER: IL °Mt Or INC,7017T: M. WO. OF ortoGes; t Ar.PCNIf 2004 Page #19  
oken away from Consumers Research, Inc. in 1935. Brady was also professiona 2005 Page #93  
, New York, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1974. 102                          2005 Page #104  
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tigated gravity control \\ as RJAS Inc. Now, the Glenn 1tlarcin Company thr 2005 Page #173  
ion-Science Applications ' . (DSA, Inc.), etc. · · ■ Virtually impossible t 2007 Page #52  
m on earth." Enviro-Spray Systems, Inc., a subsidiary of the Grow Group Cor 2007 Page #62  
ided by Peoples Telephone Company, Inc. One of the most popular and hjghly  2007 Page #68  
rom the 1990s Cubic Communication, Inc. employed an unambiguous graphic to  2007 Page #71  
ident of Associated Universities , Inc. (AUI), established in 1946 to "acqu 2008 Page #134  
rs. These media giants-Time Warner Inc., The Walt Disney Company , Viacom,  2008 Page #143  
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2, Bolingbrook IL. -OCT. 1~4.7, ~ .INC,.t..N.O •.. Nic;.,,cTL.V ,F-0._ ALJw 2009 Page #117  
al Director of Ocean Data Systems, Inc. Professor Snodgrass was awarded a N 2009 Page #164  
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r only to attack that which seemed incapable of defense ... I may say this  2008 Page #130  

Word: "incapacitated", 1 instance(s) (Back to Top)

was physically active until cancer incapacitated her for the last time. Jun 2009 Page #88  

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 and orgaruzations) ► Harassment ► Incarceration of dangerous or uncooperat 2007 Page #16  

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hc applic,1l!ons o: the alom p:irt:incc. bomb. T 1 J:ie deil!n:-.c mini.su· 2009 Page #182  

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buc che possibilicy of confronting incelligenc beings chac do noc belong co 2008 Page #112  

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 their close relationship with the incelLigence communit y, though unknown  2007 Page #11  
bor was not a surprise to the U.S. incelLigence community which had been re 2007 Page #11  

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e about what that telegram says is incendiary. Some say it mentions two sit 2004 Page #141  

Word: "inceniews", 1 instance(s) (Back to Top)

the original file with the witness inceniews had been lost, and 193         2007 Page #199  

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entation of evidence; and, yet the incense security surrounding these proje 2005 Page #167  

Word: "incentive", 2 instance(s) (Back to Top)

hbor nearby would provide far more incentive for the development of interst 2006 Page #5  
um of economic disruption and high incentive to cooperatively develop new t 2006 Page #60  

Word: "inception", 4 instance(s) (Back to Top)

ACT's mission statement: Since its inception (originally as 'The Bellingham 2006 Page #193  
l on Foreign Relations . After its inception, Paperclip was run by the Inte 2008 Page #138  
ler's money was available at their inception to fund incredibl e PR campaig 2008 Page #144  
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, which has lost all :nceres:: for incernaciona_ law, since there were no m 2008 Page #113  

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usly , che idea of revolutionizing incernacional law co c.he poinc where ic 2008 Page #112  

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ngs to nobody such as the moon. In incernat iona: law a celestial body not  2008 Page #113  

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o basic that ic would no longer be incernational law, chat is to say, as it 2008 Page #112  

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etoN IVell 'l,' rauS the great adv:inces in very sh()Tt J •radio wave, lb.\ 2009 Page #182  

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 child length sole is at least 1/2 inch narrower in front of the heel than  2003 Page #49  
ommon terrestrial quarter-inch and inch sizes. However, Alcoa Aluminum engi 2003 Page #100  
e right, the silver side is up. An inch diameter quarter coin is for size c 2003 Page #103  
n pieces about two inches long, an inch wide and about a quarter of an inch 2003 Page #103  
nch wide and about a quarter of an inch thick. One side was dark and the ot 2003 Page #103  
to a quarter coin that is about an inch in diameter for size comparison. 99 2003 Page #103  
 cubes measuring two inches by one inch tightly fastened together and cover 2004 Page #7  
l skin covering of approx one-half inch thickness. Later the object was des 2004 Page #10  
tape to be quite wide — perhaps an inch wide. Jesse Marcel Junior and his f 2004 Page #138  
scanned the image at 2400 dots per inch, printed out the results, and looke 2004 Page #226  
tern sky through a threeand-a-half inch refracting telescope, observed a fu 2005 Page #100  
lonel' allowed him to read a three inch thick booklet that contained inform 2006 Page #19  
ry crew dug and sifted every cubic inch of soil at the crash site to a dept 2006 Page #84  
ut 12 inches long and less than an inch in diameter, and weighs one pound.  2006 Page #201  

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der E:ich day, just before dusk, r:inchcn nnd farmhands pile into pickup tr 2007 Page #145  

Word: "inches", 44 instance(s) (Back to Top)

at the narrow point, roughly 5-3/4 inches by 1-3/8 inches. What can be meas 2003 Page #48  
int, roughly 5-3/4 inches by 1-3/8 inches. What can be measured seems to be 2003 Page #48  
er than 3-1/2 centimeters or 1-3/8 inches at its narrowest to fit it. A two 2003 Page #48  
 length of 14 centimeters or 5-1/2 inches would be an impossible length for 2003 Page #49  
nd stood at a depth of five or six inches, as it spread out into a delta-li 2003 Page #49  
s a raised ring area about 8 to 10 inches wide. It was around the ring area 2003 Page #60  
were half a dozen pieces about two inches long, an inch wide and about a qu 2003 Page #103  
oid, look Oriental 0 5 to 5 feet 4 inches, weigh 80-100 pounds o Larger, mo 2003 Page #174  
t as large as a saucer about eight inches in diameter. The object was white 2004 Page #5  
inum in oblong cubes measuring two inches by one inch tightly fastened toge 2004 Page #7  
g a sphere, approximately 2 feet 9 inches in diameter, with a color that wa 2004 Page #15  
nd thick substance floating 3 or 4 inches thick on the water's surface. Law 2004 Page #39  
and bodies recovered, occupants 42 inches high, gray-pink skin, 20 people i 2004 Page #112  
absolute height limit of 14 feet 3 inches east of Kansas City and width lim 2004 Page #127  
d aluminum. Tt had impacted twenty inches into the sand without any sign of 2005 Page #40  
els here they are roughly 18 by 48 inches. Those are probably about $1500 a 2005 Page #66  
ey look like. These photos were 24 inches x 24 inches, single shot aerial p 2005 Page #67  
. These photos were 24 inches x 24 inches, single shot aerial photograph s  2005 Page #67  
 was embedded in the sand about 20 inches. From this Stansel had determined 2005 Page #169  
ces (the largest was less than two inches across) were displayed on the eve 2006 Page #83  
 a large aircraft component (seven inches across and weighing about six pou 2006 Page #83  
m tiny fragments to pieces over 12 inches long. Materials included aluminum 2006 Page #84  
was that it was sixteen feet, five inches in diameter, convex on both upper 2006 Page #135  
rregular hole approximately twelve inches in diameter with indented materia 2006 Page #135  
n, as it's also known, is about 12 inches long and less than an inch in dia 2006 Page #201  
 light. It is about two and a half inches thick and four inches square. It  2006 Page #206  
o and a half inches thick and four inches square. It has been analyzed but  2006 Page #206  
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cribed as being sixteen feet, five inches in diameter, and equally convex o 2007 Page #187  
int was an irregular hole about 12 inches in diameter with material from th 2007 Page #187  
vered two metal chunks, about four inches by one and one-fourth inches in s 2007 Page #199  
 four inches by one and one-fourth inches in size, after letting the materi 2007 Page #199  
,y exhaust flame from a stack 4- 5 inches across. " It turned out Army and  2008 Page #54  
 next day, three depressions I 1/7 inches deep and 7 inches in diameter wer 2008 Page #93  
epressions I 1/7 inches deep and 7 inches in diameter were found where the  2008 Page #93  
 aluminum . It had impacted twenty inches into the sand without any sign of 2009 Page #49  
s a small glob that was probably 6 inches across and sometimes 12 inches ac 2009 Page #65  
y 6 inches across and sometimes 12 inches across. But they were very sporad 2009 Page #65  
E THEIR SIZE FROM SOMETHING LIKE 6 INCHES TO MAYBE 12 INCHES WHEN THEY MOVE 2009 Page #65  
OMETHING LIKE 6 INCHES TO MAYBE 12 INCHES WHEN THEY MOVED OVER THE SURFACE  2009 Page #65  
ssy craft's surface and averaged 3 inches high. They measured probably 2.5  2009 Page #66  
ht, white light -probably 15 to 20 inches in diameter, something of that si 2009 Page #70  
 THE BEAM LOOKS LIKE IT'S 15 TO 20 INCHES IN DIAMETER? Something like that. 2009 Page #70  
in a cylindrical container about 5 inches in die.meter and 30 feet long. Th 2009 Page #176  

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 after General MacArthur landed at Inchon in September and succeeded in dri 2006 Page #165  

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t would explain the relatively low incidence of CJD, one case per million p 2006 Page #114  
Australia is a country with a high incidence of credible UFO sighting repor 2007 Page #60  
ilitaries prompt appearance to the incidence site rose questions. Upon furt 2007 Page #126  
the Nellis Radar sighting puts the incidence some sixteen minutes after the 2008 Page #15  

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luded and, in a number of historic incidences, declared to be out of touch  2005 Page #104  
but seems co be consistent . These incidences have occurred throughout huma 2007 Page #121  
 the supporting evidence for those incidences has been a daunting task for  2007 Page #121  
and human activity. In many of the incidences, people believe that UFO craf 2007 Page #130  

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................. 47 The Kecksburg Incident: An Updated Review ............ 2003 Page #3  
o the fact that Roswell was a real incident and that indeed an alien craft  2003 Page #14  
Given to Huffman a few weeks after incident by unknown person - Fronabarger 2003 Page #35  
                     The Kecksburg Incident: An Updated Review Stan Gordon  2003 Page #53  
    UFO Crash Retrieval Conference incident. Edwards had written some books 2003 Page #54  
ing. Murphy, in the days after the incident, produced a radio documentary o 2003 Page #54  
ger in 1965 when the Kecksburg UFO incident occurred in Mount Pleasant Town 2003 Page #54  
her stories about the reported UFO incident. But the headline which caught  2003 Page #55  
transmitted wire stories about the incident which were picked up by newspap 2003 Page #55  
ple had some association with this incident. Many of those involved do not  2003 Page #56  
is community within days after the incident. People reportedly saw a large  2003 Page #56  
 the only official document on the incident which has surfaced to date was  2003 Page #56  
 the Project Blue Book file on the incident, but it was listed under Acme,  2003 Page #56  
have had some involvement with the incident. Many first hand witnesses have 2003 Page #56  
o were involved with the Kecksburg incident are no longer with us. Many oth 2003 Page #56  
                     The Kecksburg Incident Figure 1. Photo of the model of 2003 Page #57  
the Unsolved Mysteries show on the incident in 1990. The mockup now rests b 2003 Page #57  
had involvement with the Kecksburg incident have gone public, standing up t 2003 Page #57  
 or little known details about the incident which others have reported to m 2003 Page #57  
oadcast a program on the Kecksburg incident in 1990, it has become apparent 2003 Page #57  
t community who claim that the UFO incident is only a hoax. In fact they fe 2003 Page #57  
ultitudes of people swear that the incident occurred and that the military  2003 Page #57  
nt Pleasant Township remember that incident. Some of these folks had family 2003 Page #57  
                     The Kecksburg Incident The Military and Government Res 2003 Page #59  
at has been found on the Kecksburg incident is from the Air Force Project B 2003 Page #59  
 out the latest information on the incident. He was told to come into the b 2003 Page #59  
                     The Kecksburg Incident His attention was drawn to a mi 2003 Page #61  
ies episode aired on the Kecksburg Incident, many new leads came to my atte 2003 Page #61  
pany in Ohio. A few days after the incident in Pennsylvania, a Navy officer 2003 Page #61  
                     The Kecksburg Incident The Landing Site Initially, the 2003 Page #63  
if they were talking about the UFO incident near Kecksburg. They acknowledg 2003 Page #63  
                     The Kecksburg Incident What Was the Object? Over the y 2003 Page #65  
uite a while. It was the Kecksburg incident that was focused on during that 2003 Page #65  
ght have knowledge about this 1965 incident. Leslie and I have been working 2003 Page #65  
tinues to surface on the Kecksburg Incident, which strongly suggests that t 2003 Page #66  
s who state that the day after the incident, there was a smaller number of  2003 Page #66  
                     The Kecksburg Incident Soon after the incident, WHJB n 2003 Page #67  
 Kecksburg Incident Soon after the incident, WHJB news director John Murphy 2003 Page #67  
 my 1998 video documentary on this incident called "Kecksburg, The Untold S 2003 Page #67  
s investigation into the Kecksburg incident, Joel decided that he would tal 2003 Page #68  
                     The Kecksburg Incident emitting bright flashes of colo 2003 Page #69  
was also involved in the Kecksburg incident, even though he was not from th 2003 Page #70  
                     The Kecksburg Incident The girl in the car was frighte 2003 Page #71  
eir investigation of the Kecksburg incident. During the conference, Leslie  2003 Page #71  
 96 as the source of the Kecksburg incident. This information came from Nic 2003 Page #71  
edge they have about the Kecksburg incident. It was revealed that the legal 2003 Page #71  
t really knows about the Kecksburg incident, makes one wonder what they are 2003 Page #72  
ntriguing tale. In the wake of the incident at RAF Cosford, there was a ser 2003 Page #74  
vestigator of the Berwyn Mountains incident, Margaret Fry has interviewed a 2003 Page #75  
nts to the location of the alleged incident on the Berwyn Mountains. Andy R 2003 Page #76  
h wreckage from the famous Roswell incident was reportedly taken.           2003 Page #83  
t to the crash site just after the incident was reported. He died in 1974,  2003 Page #97  
th some of us and talked about the incident. I am currently serving in the  2003 Page #97  
fferent time periods. If true, the incident that made newspaper headlines a 2003 Page #98  
ember of the Civil Air Patrol. The incident had taken place about 20 miles  2003 Page #146  
the ability to know details of the incident and had twisted the circumstanc 2003 Page #146  
w years back to tell a story of an incident that had occurred in Washington 2003 Page #190  
ed UFO documents declassified. The incident and the constant rumors about G 2003 Page #196  
eval? Jim Marrs 23 The Shag Harbor Incident Don Ledger 31 The Bentwaters/Wo 2004 Page #3  
r 31 The Bentwaters/Woodbridge UFO Incident: New & Previously Unpublished P 2004 Page #3  
 to the fore the so-called Roswell Incident of July 1947. And while Roswell 2004 Page #4  
n the later events and the initial incident of 1978, but the evidence was n 2004 Page #10  
guing data relating to a UFO-crash incident that allegedly occurred off the 2004 Page #12  
that showed that shortly after the incident was reported by the media, the  2004 Page #12  
ssing reference to the Spitsbergen incident, which stated: An abandoned sil 2004 Page #14  
ncy involvement in the Spitsbergen incident came to light. And vet, that cu 2004 Page #14  
e Aurora story was not an isolated incident. The microfilm editions of area 2004 Page #27  
time and had all but forgotten the incident until it appeared in the papers 2004 Page #29  
                   The Shag Harbor Incident Don Ledger Copyright 2004 Don L 2004 Page #34  
               The Shag Harbor UFO Incident Harbor, where they had been loo 2004 Page #36  
               The Shag Harbor UFO Incident In the meantime Werbicki had Co 2004 Page #38  
               The Shag Harbor UFO Incident later. Both Lawrence and Norman 2004 Page #40  
               The Shag Harbor UFO Incident One of the "Granby" divers, Ric 2004 Page #42  
t more and more involved with the "Incident," I uncovered witnesses of my o 2004 Page #42  
t he had been aware of this second incident, because he kept trying to rela 2004 Page #43  
               The Shag Harbor UFO Incident limit of the time. At that time 2004 Page #44  
dromat worker alluding to the same incident, admittedly without too much de 2004 Page #44  
lling the story of the Shag Harbor Incident. I was in the picture after awh 2004 Page #45  
? Seven days after the Shag Harbor Incident and almost to the hour, Locklan 2004 Page #45  
     The Bentwaters/Woodbridge UFO Incident: New and Previously Unpublished 2004 Page #46  
 the most significant military-UFO incident in the history of the United Ki 2004 Page #46  
come the case's whistleblower. The incident has remained in some corner of  2004 Page #46  
of the Bentwaters I Woodbridge UFO Incident, Its Cover-Lip and Investigatio 2004 Page #46  
 bearing on what we know about the incident as a whole, and on Larry Warren 2004 Page #46  
ute the Bentwaters/Woodbridge LIFO Incident, then go on to the new and prev 2004 Page #46  
zle. To begin with, the Bentwaters incident had two chilling Cold War 'back 2004 Page #46  
     The Bentwaters/Woodbridge UFO Incident encountered a strange glowing g 2004 Page #48  
record with what he knew about the incident. The story might never have bro 2004 Page #48  
at makes the Rendlesham Forest UFO incident so significant among UFO cases? 2004 Page #48  
st of treatments of the Bentwaters incident. Left At East Gate is almost fi 2004 Page #48  
     The Bentwaters/Woodbridge UFO Incident Ed Cavanasac, former 81" Securi 2004 Page #50  
ght's blotter still exists and the incident involving Burroughs, Penniston, 2004 Page #51  
     The Bentwaters/Woodbridge UFO Incident those tanks would actually virt 2004 Page #52  
d to the Bentwaters/Woodbridge UFO incident. Lord Hill-Norton continued to  2004 Page #53  
     The Bentwaters/Woodbridge UFO Incident Lord Gilbert: It has always bee 2004 Page #54  
in the so-called Rendlesham Forest incident, in December 1980. Lord Gilbert 2004 Page #54  
ses. She had missed the Bentwaters incident by a matter of weeks but had ha 2004 Page #54  
ng his personal involvement in the incident. Tim had been stationed at RAF  2004 Page #55  
     The Bentwaters/Woodbridge UFO Incident thought we saw something at the 2004 Page #56  
show was going to be about the UFO incident that occurred while we were sta 2004 Page #56  
r. Nothing was ever said about the incident the next day. This occurred in  2004 Page #57  
 This occurred in 1973. The second incident occurred just at dusk in 1974.  2004 Page #57  
othing official was said about the incident. I was not surprised to hear ab 2004 Page #57  
     The Bentwaters/Woodbridge UFO Incident The Ministry of Defense's first 2004 Page #58  
ral dozen documents related to the incident. While these papers did not con 2004 Page #58  
s being asked to be the Bentwaters incident guest on the The O'Reilly Facto 2004 Page #58  
t in the Bentwaters/Woodbridge UFO incident. Budd and Larry first met more  2004 Page #58  
 night following his Air Force UFO incident. While there did not seem to be 2004 Page #59  
 segment on his thoughts about the incident in general and Larry Warren's p 2004 Page #59  
n at the Bentwaters/Woodbridge UFO Incident. It does however add to the bod 2004 Page #59  
 another Bentwaters/Woodbridge UFO Incident update will be scheduled accord 2004 Page #59  
igation into the so-called Roswell Incident, in which extraterrestrial bein 2004 Page #60  
ir Force documents relating to the incident. The Air Force said a secret hi 2004 Page #60  
nt popularly known as the "Roswell Incident." The focus of the GAO probe, i 2004 Page #60  
-human presence. The May 15, 1947, incident has remained a special access,  2004 Page #63  
9, 1947, for 72 hours after Juarez Incident) Andrew Kissner reports that wi 2004 Page #68  
hat within 72 hours of the "Juarez Incident," twenty-nine airplanes crashed 2004 Page #68  
 50s back at the time of the Aztec incident. We don't really pinpoint him a 2004 Page #72  
Smith is a fascinating story of an incident that occurred in 1959. It was a 2004 Page #102  
hl written CIA memo describing the incident: At this time, approximately 14 2004 Page #104  
e known to Molon was Marine in C/R incident, deep ruts, object placed in la 2004 Page #116  
uld they have told us? The Roswell Incident, as it has evolved as a contemp 2004 Page #132  
mong living creatures. The Roswell Incident stares us in the face like a di 2004 Page #132  
onsider the "truth" of the Roswell incident the Clinton Administration decl 2004 Page #133  
sidency concluded that the Roswell Incident is much ado about nothing — or  2004 Page #133  
most fifty years after the Roswell Incident, that he believes his Project M 2004 Page #133  
t a half century after the Roswell Incident, he publicly concluded that whe 2004 Page #133  
 We must remember that the Roswell Incident happened about two weeks after  2004 Page #133  
out of windows. So was the Roswell Incident little more than a case of misi 2004 Page #133  
as come to be known as The Roswell Incident, and Roswell in turn has become 2004 Page #134  
primer or guidepost of the Roswell Incident. In 1994, 1 was executive produ 2004 Page #134  
 to his ham radio buddies about an incident that happened when he was in th 2004 Page #134  
ould do, not having a date for the incident. Evidently Marcel didn't rememb 2004 Page #135  
 Record and that stories about the incident had been published in papers na 2004 Page #135  
               The Road to Roswell incident, closer to Magdalena. UFO write 2004 Page #136  
he severest skeptic of the Roswell Incident, and Kevin Randle, consistently 2004 Page #136  
diary for the month of the Roswell Incident. The incident is never mentione 2004 Page #136  
month of the Roswell Incident. The incident is never mentioned in Barnett's 2004 Page #136  
bility that he didn't write of the incident in his diary specifically becau 2004 Page #136  
t UFO crash other than the Roswell Incident, at a different time, since the 2004 Page #136  
e a sort of smokescreen for a real incident that did take place in the Sout 2004 Page #136  
g the book that became The Roswell Incident, the first book about the Roswe 2004 Page #136  
teresting to note that the Roswell Incident is never mentioned in Project B 2004 Page #136  
hers. Another major book about the incident followed twelve years after The 2004 Page #136  
wed twelve years after The Roswell Incident book, in 1992. Entitled UFO Cra 2004 Page #136  
ter revised their timeline for the incident and many of the details in a fo 2004 Page #137  
have been published on the Roswell Incident. Most are purported to be non-f 2004 Page #137  
rporate some aspect of the Roswell Incident, including Men In Black, Indepe 2004 Page #137  
t somewhere, if indeed the Roswell Incident happened as the "believers" cla 2004 Page #137  
asons are there today to take this incident seriously, as possible proof of 2004 Page #137  
 who would like to put the Roswell Incident out of their minds, it is not r 2004 Page #138  
Force Investigation of the Roswell Incident, he referred to Sheridan Cavitt 2004 Page #139  
oore (no relation) for The Roswell Incident book in about 1980, declared un 2004 Page #139  
ere an explanation for the Roswell incident. About fifteen years later he d 2004 Page #139  
connecting his work to the Roswell incident is something that came up very  2004 Page #139  
 at worst. This is why the Roswell Incident has become a sort of mine-field 2004 Page #139  
was going on regarding the Roswell Incident during President Clinton's admi 2004 Page #140  
e or seven years after the Roswell Incident happened. Why was Bill Clinton  2004 Page #140  
make a statement about the Roswell Incident? While traveling in Ireland as  2004 Page #140  
bunkers, in dismissing the Roswell Incident, often claim that no fifty year 2004 Page #140  
out three months after the Roswell Incident, lamented that no physical proo 2004 Page #141  
gued, however, that if the Roswell Incident was "Above Top Secret," as Sena 2004 Page #141  
ther dioutedfact about the Roswell Incident. In many versions of the Roswel 2004 Page #141  
t. In many versions of the Roswell Incident, General Roger Ramey, head of t 2004 Page #141  
 secret telegram about the Roswell Incident. The debate about what that tel 2004 Page #141  
ithin a week or two of the Roswell Incident used the old neoprene rubber th 2004 Page #143  
hat he flew over it soon after the incident to check it out from the air. T 2004 Page #143  
uman that he would not discuss the incident. On Edwin Easley's deathbed, wh 2004 Page #144  
rst book on this case, The Roswell Incident, is another believer who took i 2004 Page #145  
at? Author of the book The Roswell Incident, William Moore, though never sp 2004 Page #145  
ad made some claims in The Roswell Incident that the astronaut in question  2004 Page #145  
high-level briefing on the Roswell Incident from reliable sources, and that 2004 Page #146  
ng up his claims about the Roswell Incident? As I stated previously, the la 2004 Page #146  
e or seven years after the Roswell Incident, but we are asked to believe th 2004 Page #148  
nd factual disputes of the Roswell Incident. There isn't much that is undis 2004 Page #148  
nference Sources BOOKS The Roswell Incident, by Charles Berlitz and William 2004 Page #149  
rce Research Regarding the Roswell Incident, by U.S. Air Force Roswell Repo 2004 Page #149  
 Mysteries, Segment of The Roswell Incident Alien Autopg: Fact or Fiction?  2004 Page #149  
he Air Force Report On The Roswell Incident, Produced By Paul Davids Golden 2004 Page #149  
forced to use recreations about an incident that might occur in the future, 2004 Page #184  
e Roswell crash called The Roswell Incident. The topic was suddenly popular 2004 Page #189  
 making a film about the Aztec UFO incident? Doesn't Kimball know that the  2004 Page #215  
s One of the facets of the Roswell incident which has kept people intereste 2004 Page #216  
ntion in connection with the Aztec incident. Dr. Robert Sarbacher, a distin 2004 Page #217  
ource for the details of the Aztec incident, ever since Cahn's 1952 True Ma 2004 Page #218  
ulged various details of the Aztec incident to Newton and Gebauer, who in t 2004 Page #218  
 1947. He speculates that, if this incident did occur — and it should be no 2004 Page #218  
consistently argued that the Aztec incident was just a hoax, admitted that  2004 Page #219  
he objective observer of the Aztec incident is left with a very real questi 2004 Page #219  
ne who has written about the Aztec incident since has simply accepted Cahn' 2004 Page #219  
as a genuine crashed flying saucer incident at Aztec. This leads to the que 2004 Page #219  
shing the credibility of the Aztec incident. 216                            2004 Page #219  
 This was of no help, as the Aztec incident was supposed to have occurred i 2004 Page #220  
ven those convinced that the Aztec incident was just a hoax had to now admi 2004 Page #220  
, 1950 — two years after the Aztec incident — the "present radar deployment 2004 Page #220  
, existed at the time of the Aztec incident, just as reported in Behind the 2004 Page #221  
be cover with respect to the Aztec incident. This is the matter of Silas Ne 2004 Page #221  
meaningful discussion of the Aztec incident. A final note about the diary a 2004 Page #222  
r Field at the time of the Roswell incident, and a very key player in the R 2004 Page #222  
o, where does this leave the Aztec Incident? There is, of course, more — mo 2004 Page #223  
, one thing is certain — the Aztec incident has finally reclaimed it's plac 2004 Page #223  
ztec UFO Symposium about the Aztec incident. He is the president of New Mex 2004 Page #223  
he Definitive Study of the Roswell Incident (New York: Marlow & Company, 19 2004 Page #223  
 a start on re-examining the Aztec incident, and provided more than a few o 2004 Page #224  
at was reported in the 1947 RosweU incident. The place reeked of ammonia. S 2005 Page #37  
and refrain from talking about the incident. Souza's testimony , cl1ough op 2005 Page #37  
sagaaons. 1 The Essential Varginha Incident, A.J. Gevaerd & Dr. Roger Leir, 2005 Page #37  
io. During the period in which the incident rook place, he worked within wh 2005 Page #41  
'eyes only' details of the Arizona incident. Said Jill, as a young teenager 2005 Page #44  
viously. Woolcott thoNght that the incident dated from August 1953; and whi 2005 Page #44  
area and told never to discuss the incident with anyone. There was no indic 2005 Page #44  
ould be found co coincide with the incident. M.iUer also told Steve Jones t 2005 Page #65  
ned at Wright Patterson AFB. 5. An incident at Nellis AFB in 1968. A man cl 2005 Page #78  
roborative" information about this incident. 6. A person who contacted Stri 2005 Page #79  
ence source who was 'aware' of the incident." 7. Stringfield's son-in-law i 2005 Page #79  
resence of other UFOs. If so, this incident was indeed properly categorized 2005 Page #100  
years before the nowfamous Roswell incident but cites "unconventional aeria 2005 Page #123  
 witnesses to the so-caUed Roswell incident. Her testimony with many other  2005 Page #131  
authenticit y of a crash retrieval incident involves examining the answers  2005 Page #135  
the evidence? How difficult is the incident to hoax or fake? \,'(/ho might  2005 Page #135  
ax or fake? \,'(/ho might fake the incident or document, and why? All of th 2005 Page #135  
henticity rating for the UFO crash incident. To deal with such a wide varie 2005 Page #135  
e directly involved with the crash incident, i.e. they saw it either on sit 2005 Page #136  
t in the event? Is the document or incident procedure consistent with other 2005 Page #136  
 or have any information about the incident at Roswell. In addition, there  2005 Page #142  
New Mexico. His recounting of this incident took place inside of a locked c 2005 Page #165  
. He was very emotional about this incident. The aliens were dressed in one 2005 Page #166  
longer over the years. The Roswell incident has been the most compellin g o 2005 Page #166  
r. Bruce Maccabee 161 Lummi Island Incident: A Watery Roswell Mathew E. Thu 2006 Page #3  
ay to pinpoint the location of the incident. Several areas of interest were 2006 Page #46  
ectly influence the outcome of the incident, including whether social order 2006 Page #55  
y remove every trace? When such an incident occurs, official sources releas 2006 Page #71  
departed. After reading about this incident in 1993, I decided to hunt for  2006 Page #79  
alizingly brief description of the incident. In 1999, I interviewed Hal Rup 2006 Page #79  
ey for many years and recalled the incident in detail. He marked the spot o 2006 Page #80  
d other activities surrounding the incident were ordered by the Air Force n 2006 Page #82  
es by Kevin D. Randle. It lists an incident that occurred in the summer of  2006 Page #86  
aimed "there was no mention of the incident in the newspapers." Randle was  2006 Page #87  
dle was unable to determine if the incident was genuine or a hoax. He simpl 2006 Page #87  
ta." I decided to investigate this incident since it occurred relatively cl 2006 Page #87  
ause of an engine fire. The latter incident occurred just west of Boron, a  2006 Page #87  
is also consistent with the YF-12A incident. It was scarcely mentioned, eve 2006 Page #87  
aircraft. In my opinion, the Boron incident is one of those cases. All UFO  2006 Page #88  
             The Flatwoods Monster Incident - The Night They Were Here Fran 2006 Page #89  
ly learned that this flying saucer incident was part of a much larger news  2006 Page #89  
. I also told him about an old UFO incident I had heard about while I was i 2006 Page #89  
trying to learn more about the UFO incident I had heard about. It was the s 2006 Page #89  
             The Flatwoods Monster Incident The excited boys shouted among  2006 Page #90  
r, the word about this frightening incident spread like a wild fire through 2006 Page #90  
 Braxton County. Shortly after the incident occurred, it made worldwide hea 2006 Page #90  
ation into the "Flatwoods Monster" incident in history. My investigation be 2006 Page #90  
r curiosity when I heard about the incident while in Frametown and then mad 2006 Page #90  
o research the "Flatwoods Monster" incident on a historical level. I read e 2006 Page #91  
woods Monster." One week after the incident occurred, Mrs. May had appeared 2006 Page #91  
nd far- reaching the story of this incident actually was. I was also puzzle 2006 Page #91  
ing that I had read about this UFO incident in books was very brief in leng 2006 Page #91  
 considering the magnitude of this incident, the lack of in-depth informati 2006 Page #91  
ories that were written about this incident were also very fragmented, disj 2006 Page #91  
             The Flatwoods Monster Incident I started spending more time ou 2006 Page #92  
nly talk briefly with me about the incident and I was getting on their nerv 2006 Page #92  
mystery of the "Flatwoods Monster" incident itself. After repeated visits,  2006 Page #92  
was researching the history of the incident and trying to get to the bottom 2006 Page #92  
th the key witness involved in the incident, who had actually seen the mons 2006 Page #93  
knew I was researching the monster incident. I asked her many questions and 2006 Page #93  
er with. I learned a lot about the incident and Mrs. May informed me about  2006 Page #93  
             The Flatwoods Monster Incident The top shoulder area was about 2006 Page #94  
 piece together the events of this incident. I also expanded my research in 2006 Page #94  
rills, and accurate version of the incident. Their headline read, "Braxton  2006 Page #95  
another key figure involved in the incident. Colonel Dale Leavitt lived in  2006 Page #95  
Fisher Farm in Flatwoods where the incident occurred. During the second tri 2006 Page #95  
e night of the "Flatwoods Monster" incident, he received a call from Washin 2006 Page #95  
             The Flatwoods Monster Incident saucer scare." This was in refe 2006 Page #96  
r second." The "Flatwoods Monster" incident was heavily documented in this  2006 Page #96  
out 7-8 seconds. Shortly after the incident, Donald Keyhoe spoke with Alber 2006 Page #96  
sman about the "Flatwoods Monster" incident. Chop told him the Air Forces e 2006 Page #96  
 the Air Forces explanation of the incident and stated, "The glowing object 2006 Page #96  
             The Flatwoods Monster Incident the eastern United States was t 2006 Page #98  
clear that the "Flatwoods Monster" incident was definitely not an isolated  2006 Page #98  
e Charleston Gazette" reported the incident in an article titled, "Braxton  2006 Page #98  
ate version ever printed about the incident. It was accurate because it was 2006 Page #98  
ter in Flatwoods shortly after the incident occurred. He covered the story  2006 Page #98  
with the witnesses involved in the incident that night and shortly after we 2006 Page #98  
concerning the "Flatwoods Monster" incident. Stewart was a key participant  2006 Page #98  
een May. When the story about this incident hit the United Press on Monday  2006 Page #98  
icle reported the storyline of the incident accurately but gave a quoted de 2006 Page #99  
thing monster" actually set up the incident to be turned into a joke. The i 2006 Page #99  
 The inaccuracies in reporting the incident were horrendous and writers had 2006 Page #99  
volved in the debunking end of the incident. A West Virginia newspaper "The 2006 Page #99  
ay's sons saw was a meteorite. The incident occurred during a meteor shower 2006 Page #99  
tly before the "Flatwoods Monster" incident. For several years I investigat 2006 Page #99  
 several years I investigated this incident and was told by government offi 2006 Page #99  
s that there was no record of this incident and was given the run around. I 2006 Page #99  
             The Flatwoods Monster Incident relationship between those even 2006 Page #100  
earch into the "Flatwoods Monster" incident. I will also reveal my new mili 2006 Page #100  
human- like (occupants), post-1947 incident, un-published documents, bio-me 2006 Page #105  
ion is that, three nights Wore the incident on January 23, 1974, a number o 2006 Page #121  
se on the Berwyn Mountains? Did an incident that pre- dated the key events  2006 Page #123  
 always done when referring to the incident. "Then, shortly afterwards, the 2006 Page #126  
the Ministry of Defense on another incident which might have been very simi 2006 Page #126  
ada Television made a case for the incident at Greenham Common in the 1950' 2006 Page #126  
you obviously don't know about the incident up on the Berwyn Mountains.' "I 2006 Page #127  
James Prescott so adamant that the incident in which he was involved occurr 2006 Page #130  
ntroversy: Although the famous UFO incident at Rendlesham Forest, Suffolk,  2006 Page #132  
 source with deep knowledge of the incident at issue and who desired the re 2006 Page #133  
 Avenger Torpedo Bombers "One such incident is the disappearance of a fligh 2006 Page #141  
s of the USAF Capt. Thomas Mantell incident. [Editor's Note: USAF Capt. Man 2006 Page #141  
y Fawcett and Barry Greenwood. The incident was reported to nuclear physici 2006 Page #143  
pment was damaged. As in the Cuban incident, government superiors ordered a 2006 Page #144  
bably a couple of months after the incident that I finally came up to Howar 2006 Page #160  
BEEN PUNISHED BECAUSE OF THE VAULT INCIDENT? I believe that — well, it's ei 2006 Page #161  
Robert Stack hosting, "The Roswell Incident." And I had no idea at the time 2006 Page #161  
it was played on TV — "The Roswell Incident" on Unsolved Mysteries - the su 2006 Page #161  
                  The Lummi Island Incident: A Watery Roswell? It was again 2006 Page #166  
                  The Lummi Island Incident: A Watery Roswell? The Air Forc 2006 Page #168  
ficials declined to comment on the incident." This report, supposedly based 2006 Page #169  
                  The Lummi Island Incident: A Watery Roswell? SUBJECT: Air 2006 Page #170  
                  The Lummi Island Incident: A Watery Roswell? to 10,000 ft 2006 Page #172  
                  The Lummi Island Incident: A Watery Roswell? WHAT? The CI 2006 Page #174  
                  The Lummi Island Incident: A Watery Roswell? an unidentif 2006 Page #176  
e was told never to talk about the incident and he signed a secrecy oath (w 2006 Page #176  
                  The Lummi Island Incident: A Watery Roswell? that doesn't 2006 Page #178  
                  The Lummi Island Incident: A Watery Roswell? Lummi Island 2006 Page #180  
nt: A Watery Roswell? Lummi Island Incident: A Watery Roswell? Matthew E. T 2006 Page #180  
pants involved in the Lummi Island Incident seemed to have completely disap 2006 Page #180  
members the mystery concerning the incident and the particulars surrounding 2006 Page #180  
ck of news clippings regarding the incident.. .and, most importantly, copie 2006 Page #180  
 investigation of the Lummi Island Incident only a few days before, struggl 2006 Page #181  
                  The Lummi Island Incident: A Watery Roswell? So, we true  2006 Page #182  
 As you will see, the Lummi Island Incident presents an extraordinary, well 2006 Page #182  
enigmatic object that ignited this incident, it's as if the entire episode  2006 Page #183  
s will help bring the Lummi Island Incident back to the surface. PART ONE:  2006 Page #183  
                  The Lummi Island Incident: A Watery Roswell? the Coast Gu 2006 Page #184  
tation in Bellingham describing an incident regarding an "Unidentified Flyi 2006 Page #184  
events comprising the Lummi Island Incident as they occurred during the ear 2006 Page #184  
o further plans to investigate the incident. Rogala estimates that the obje 2006 Page #185  
                  The Lummi Island Incident: A Watery Roswell? PART TWO: Re 2006 Page #186  
damental facts of the Lummi Island Incident are as follows... In the early  2006 Page #188  
of the area. • Conclusion #2: This incident was not the result of the crash 2006 Page #189  
int in time. • Conclusion #3: This incident was not the result of "space ju 2006 Page #189  
 • Conclusion #5: The Lummi Island Incident took place on a calm, clear, un 2006 Page #189  
imony surrounding the Lummi Island Incident, four theories regarding the ev 2006 Page #190  
ng the mystery of the Lummi Island Incident, the Two-Object theory is simpl 2006 Page #191  
yone caught up by the Lummi Island Incident remains genuinely puzzled by it 2006 Page #192  
nigma surrounding the Lummi Island Incident, might there be a non-tradition 2006 Page #192  
i relates that for years after the incident, whenever he was headed out tow 2006 Page #193  
 the rust-colored film, the entire incident.43 "The object, the divers, eve 2006 Page #193  
ale?" • United States Coast Guard, incident reports, July 27, 1984. • Weekl 2006 Page #194  
e 60'h anniversary of the 1947 UFO incident. A number of such ads appeared  2007 Page #60  
hing chat referred to this alleged incident. :NIW: Could it be proven that  2007 Page #91  
 speaking about the Bentwacers UFO incident. After Mr Clark intervened the  2007 Page #91  
 for all of us. Herein is a single incident wherein an information vacuum w 2007 Page #121  
ribe the scenery around where this incident occurred? Joe: Well it was an e 2007 Page #122  
 to uncover what we can about this incident. Cameron DeBow Perspective on U 2007 Page #127  
e of the best known is the Roswell incident. Many creruble witnesses to tru 2007 Page #127  
city or attention chat the Roswell incident got, but should. Trus first one 2007 Page #127  
, the newspapers only reported the incident as a fire-nothing else. At 1:45 2007 Page #128  
y. The official explanation of the incident was that it was a "meteorite,"  2007 Page #128  
TV news station KDLH reported this incident. They searched for the burning  2007 Page #128  
object but found nothing. The next incident, in San Paulo, Brazil, a milita 2007 Page #128  
s. The Long Island UFO crash is an incident ~at has a lot of indisputable w 2007 Page #128  
fire trucks in the park during the incident, but when the fire deparrmem \V 2007 Page #129  
or two to three days following the incident. During the night of the occurr 2007 Page #129  
ncerning the South Haven Park -UFO incident. The police stated d1at they wo 2007 Page #129  
tal found there. Shortly after the incident, people reported seeing numerou 2007 Page #129  
 found at the crashsite. Thjs next incident was an interesting story of a c 2007 Page #129  
eers were clearly shaken up by the incident, so much so that shortly after  2007 Page #130  
 so much so that shortly after the incident, both men quit their jobs and d 2007 Page #130  
e,vspapers. Local rumors after the incident were of a crashed flying saucer 2007 Page #130  
everywhere. First stating that the incident was caused by a motorcycle, as  2007 Page #130  
ecret knowledge of the crashed UFO incident at Roswell, New Mexico in July  2007 Page #134  
t present and did not observe this incident. He said that an article in a B 2007 Page #140  
ristol newspaper had reported this incident and indicated that a number of  2007 Page #140  
ey were thirty years ago. The Vela Incident, 1979: Sometimes known as the S 2007 Page #142  
the South Atlantic Flash, the Vela Incident is a still-unresolved event tha 2007 Page #142  
s of pages of material on the Vela Incident -\\ hich focused on the theorie 2007 Page #143  
us far -somehow linked to the Vela Incident. We may never know tl1e truth b 2007 Page #144  
eport on the Prince Edward Islands incident citied Ad Hoc Panel Report on t 2007 Page #144  
a uruquely-worded cover -for a UFO incident. Conclusions: The documentation 2007 Page #144  
c:or,uaat Md it ........ .... this incident. On Page 3, under the title "Re 2007 Page #165  
contacted and is imestigating this incident." A short time 11Ur1 hou-ftnoti 2007 Page #165  
plane nine months after the Coyame incident. 1. INTRODUCTION Recent astrono 2007 Page #184  
rt known as El Llano. The Coy a me incident began shortly after IO p.m. loc 2007 Page #185  
that he remembers to this day. The incident so impressed him that, later in 2007 Page #191  
ntos, nine months after the Coyame incident. At least one of the objects ma 2007 Page #191  
 from the vicinity of the Campinas incident. However, the pedigree of these 2007 Page #194  
 This would change the date of the incident but not its properties . On the 2007 Page #195  
here until this brief summary. The incident occurred in the Andes Mountains 2007 Page #195  
ster was born many years after the incident.) Sergio Poulain wrote a long r 2007 Page #196  
hile for a while prior to the 1967 incident). However, we don't have copies 2007 Page #198  
he remembers very little about the incident. It was just a bright light in  2008 Page #11  
 Act requests concerning the Cuban incident to the Air Force, CIA, NSA, and 2008 Page #30  
uban government for records on the incident." Todd notified both the NSA an 2008 Page #30  
ence of any records concerning the incident described therein However , if  2008 Page #30  
Devon and told me an account of an incident that had taken place in the ear 2008 Page #33  
eant Robertson believed the entire incident was a SEAL maneuver and the obj 2008 Page #44  
 The file of the Rendlesham Forest incident and on the Cosford incident, th 2008 Page #62  
Forest incident and on the Cosford incident, the Flying Saucer Working Part 2008 Page #62  
s Rendlesham Forest or the Cosford Incident, where the case files ran to ov 2008 Page #63  
 on Rendlesham Forest, the Cosford Incident and Project Condign. Some of th 2008 Page #64  
g. A search on the phrase "DIS UFO Incident Files" will tum up the informat 2008 Page #64  
 21st April, 1991. I remember this incident very well and indeed I was invo 2008 Page #65  
he object, it was treated as a UFO incident and passed from the CAA to the  2008 Page #66  
. We drew a complete blank and the incident remains unexplained to this day 2008 Page #66  
ains unexplained to this day. This incident had a profound effect on me, be 2008 Page #66  
 MoD and the CAA did not treat the incident as seriously as me, simply beca 2008 Page #66  
ly warned to stay silent about the incident and only mentioned it years aft 2008 Page #66  
ufologist then speculated that the incident was part of some secret test, w 2008 Page #66  
y are to get to the bottom of this incident. Torres is not the only pilot t 2008 Page #66  
hours before the police helicopter incident, soldiers at Tern Hill barracks 2008 Page #67  
s east of Westport, Washington. 23 Incident at Exeter by John G. Fuller, Pu 2008 Page #69  
ers in the story conclude that the incident was due to the Predators themse 2008 Page #103  
y, 1947 ---the time of the Roswell incident ---but resigned in March, 1949, 2008 Page #132  
976 ■ ET over the Cm:ny Islands? ■ Incident Over Tehran ■ Elsewhere in the  2008 Page #160  
mgs ■ The Fort Di:-: . McGU1re AFB Incident ■ Spring Sightings ■ Tne Eel! I 2008 Page #161  
r of Intrigue ■ The Cash-Landrun 1 Incident ■ Spring Sightings ■ Encounter  2008 Page #162  
 :md Balls of Light ■ The Barbados Incident ■ Giant UFOs Over the Hudson Va 2008 Page #164  
praisal of Russia's Best Known CE3 Incident Peter Robbins ................. 2009 Page #5  
such a phenomenon was shown by the incident of the so-called "Dark Satellit 2009 Page #16  
e Agency for proper analysis. This incident may have been the basis for Dr. 2009 Page #17  
ior to the 1962 airborne detection incident and the Cuban missile crisis wh 2009 Page #18  
f such a bad guess. During the UFO incident and followed by the missile cri 2009 Page #18  
ghtings. Known as the Maury Island incident, it involved several spinning d 2009 Page #29  
merican history. My book about the incident, MawJ1 Island UFO, came out thi 2009 Page #30  
egistered to Dahl, he reported the incident to Crisman, who he regarded as  2009 Page #31  
cant bearing upon this decades-old incident. Overview and Background The St 2009 Page #48  
'eyes only' details of the Arizona incident. Said JLD, as a young teenager, 2009 Page #51  
iously . Woolcott thought that the incident dated from August 1953. And whi 2009 Page #51  
ity in Arizona, two days after the incident had occurred. 47                2009 Page #53  
ectively -suggests the Kingman UFO incident is one that we would do well to 2009 Page #55  
 Security Agency) has files on the incident and they have different documen 2009 Page #78  
two photos of his wedding. The key incident occurred one morning at about 7 2009 Page #90  
                     le The second incident refers to what happened when an 2009 Page #91  
praisal of Russia's Best Known CE3 Incident By Peter Robbins Copyright 2009 2009 Page #134  
 What was it about this particular incident that drew such media contempt , 2009 Page #134  
ustrations. While the Voronezh UFO incident was playing itself out in the p 2009 Page #137  
stigation of the Rendlesham Forest incident on the afternoon of Monday, Oct 2009 Page #137  
 discuss the unique aspects of the incident and contrast them to far nastie 2009 Page #139  
 work and findings on the Voronezh incident, Wilhelm Reich's life and work, 2009 Page #139  
ew York, The Rendlesham Forest UFO incident art our families history, and t 2009 Page #139  
Halt) document (on the) Bentwaters incident. It is significant that the (Ru 2009 Page #139  
y similar to the Rendlesham Forest incident. So what exactly were the thing 2009 Page #140  
azine to research the Maury Island incident in late July 1947, Arnold soon  2009 Page #179  

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t" by the media, and on one of the incident's key investigators , Professor 2009 Page #134  

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ck and not see the light of day."8 Incidentall y, according to aviation jou 2005 Page #81  

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over on Maggie Garrons Point which incidentally just happened to look direc 2004 Page #35  
he Bear Point road loop. This area incidentally would have major import in  2004 Page #36  
the width and size of their load. (Incidentally, Earley assumes that the UF 2004 Page #129  
rs, worker bees, and expendables . Incidentally, over the cenruries and acr 2005 Page #75  
lligence was given a big role. Not incidentally, it has long been rumored c 2007 Page #16  

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bris, recommended that all similar incidents of crash retrieval debris in t 2003 Page #42  
 that fake a series of crashed UFO incidents in New Mexico, England, and Ru 2003 Page #73  
hes: Investigations of crashed UFO incidents in Britain, titled Cosmic Cras 2003 Page #79  
n my investigations of crashed UFO incidents in Britain, titled Cosmic Cras 2003 Page #79  
d relating to reports of UFO crash incidents in the Puerto Rican jungle and 2003 Page #81  
ion? Ford: Dave, we've had several incidents in Michigan in the last week - 2003 Page #195  
nts in Michigan in the last week - incidents that many reliable good citize 2003 Page #195  
." And in addition there are other incidents that happen from time to time  2003 Page #195  
l'oaring a daiailed report of both incidents  and briefings later to follow 2003 Page #234  
the rumors surrounding crashed-UFO incidents in the late 1940s and early 19 2004 Page #14  
 witnesses who knew of crashed UFO incidents on the island in the 1980s. Sp 2004 Page #16  
s. Specifically, we were told of 2 incidents, one in 1984 and one in 1987,  2004 Page #16  
ere definitely three nights of UFO incidents. C Flight shift worked the fir 2004 Page #50  
at he'd been a witness to two LIFO incidents while on duty there: The first 2004 Page #57  
re particulars on these collective incidents will emerge as time passes. In 2004 Page #59  
ived Status Reports on crashed UFO incidents that revealed a wealth of data 2004 Page #110  
nd un-named sources on crashed UFO incidents and that — collectively — amou 2004 Page #110  
The White Sands Proving Ground UFO Incidents of 1947: A Preliminary Report" 2004 Page #115  
n sharing of information about UFO incidents — regulations such as AFR200-2 2004 Page #141  
Memorandum, that declared that UFO incidents affecting national security we 2004 Page #141  
ow anything. There are a number of incidents, testimonies and statements th 2004 Page #176  
igation?" "Dave, we've had several incidents in Michigan in the last week — 2004 Page #177  
nts in Michigan in the last week — incidents that many reliable good citize 2004 Page #177  
.' And in addition there are other incidents that have happened from time t 2004 Page #177  
k" in which I refer to at least 26 incidents during the presidency that Bil 2004 Page #196  
f the most serious and regrettable incidents in the whole sequence of event 2005 Page #33  
iutary witnesses, other mysterious incidents were reported in Varginha that 2005 Page #34  
nificant connection between recent incidents and those collected by the dir 2005 Page #122  
ense of time and money. Some crash incidents have collectivel y absorbed hu 2005 Page #134  
             Majic Eyes Only crash incidents start at a neutral pos1t1on un 2005 Page #135  
Yed Stat11s Repo1ts on crashed UFO incidents that revealed a wealth of data 2005 Page #139  
sified information. In some of the incidents, cover stories were used to di 2006 Page #86  
 discovered that UFO sightings and incidents were frequent in this region o 2006 Page #89  
e also other reports of mysterious incidents involving jets that night and  2006 Page #99  
e, Wright-Patterson AFB, near-miss incidents, cylindrical - shaped aircraft 2006 Page #105  
graphical distance between the two incidents, one might be forgiven for thi 2006 Page #119  
ence; I gave a talk on crashed UFO incidents and mentioned the [Berwyn] cas 2006 Page #125  
e with so many alleged crashed UFO incidents, we are left with a mountain o 2006 Page #130  
 other alleged UFO crash retrieval incidents in New Mexico. Rep. Kissner ha 2006 Page #139  
 In fact, one of the most dramatic incidents was the disintegration of a Cu 2006 Page #143  
ported is a fraction of the actual incidents occurring around the globe reg 2007 Page #121  
. ABSTRACT Five South American UFO incidents are presented (Campinas, Brazi 2007 Page #193  
 of South America's best known UFO incidents and the magnesium fragments su 2007 Page #194  
ere are still other South American incidents (Ramblon and Neuq~en, Argentin 2007 Page #201  
ne of the most profound of all UFO incidents occurred in Iranian airspace i 2008 Page #30  
tification that in relation to the incidents at Rendlesham either (A) an ob 2008 Page #32  
ts to date and case files on major incidents can run to over I 00 pages of  2008 Page #63  
hand. Some of the more interesting incidents included: 26th April, I 984: M 2008 Page #64  
ed by the CAA. However , most such incidents involve other aircraft, and as 2008 Page #66  
very effort to ensure that all UFO incidents were investigated thoroughly , 2008 Page #66  
 Whatever one believes about UFOs, incidents like this illustrate the pheno 2008 Page #67  
The White Sands Proving Ground UFO Incidents Of 1947: A Preliminary Report  2008 Page #117  
OUND PAPER EMPI·L\SIZED • AIRCRAFT INCIDENTS • NATIONAL SECURITI' • BLOCl\. 2008 Page #154  
history. Details of this and other incidents quickly came under a tight sec 2009 Page #17  
able to. As far as I know, the UFO incidents did make some headlines and th 2009 Page #18  
intense and reliable flying saucer incidents in that state. And even though 2009 Page #24  
that because I was involved in the incidents and saw strange things that th 2009 Page #79  
-203-79, Analysis of Flying Object Incidents in the United States, dated De 2009 Page #177  
                               UFO incidents early in 1947, even prior to K 2009 Page #178  

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he United States. There is talk of incimidaci on by Men in Black-style char 2007 Page #138  

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ature were consigned to government incinerators because bureaucrats at the  2005 Page #87  

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l and external organs missing. The incisions on these animals exhibited pat 2006 Page #201  
 extremely high heat at the tissue incisions. While in Alabama, I met a cou 2006 Page #201  

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ence Agency was established, is an incisive discussion of intelligence as a 2009 Page #24  

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to deny their very existence while inciting ridicule against an}one who wou 2005 Page #119  

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e. With best regards. Sincerely, 1 Incl.: Subj Report mceexp-y14 1.,ISD 2 8 2004 Page #18  
, Marlowe and Co., 296 pages. $17, incl. S and H from UFORI. Autographed 5. 2006 Page #13  
27) vs. QD 120/o Ein. ■Einstein (6 incl U.N) = 250/o Ein. ■Einstein (5) vs. 2008 Page #118  
to ii search for a Santa Cruz Sent incl reporter ·Search for R,,ji's II' ad 2009 Page #192  

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t. When you have finished with the inclesed report., will you please return 2004 Page #18  

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icult, though with time, the human inclination to fear and distrust might s 2006 Page #54  
ent of positivity difficult. Broad inclination to disbelieve positive might 2006 Page #66  

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 still favors meteoroid. M4 and M7 incline to SA theory. M8 still waivers a 2007 Page #143  

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ience or our Army Air Forces, I am inclined to believe it's of an extraterr 2003 Page #15  
Project. Anyone who is technically inclined can follow the arguments in eit 2004 Page #130  
hed near Roswell. To those who are inclined to accept the most recent offic 2004 Page #138  
 Force testimony can't be ignored. Inclined to accept your opinion that the 2005 Page #102  
ss all stakeholder groups would be inclined not to deal directly with the N 2006 Page #61  
ccess/advantage. Business would be inclined to let government lead, with th 2006 Page #61  
 strangeness, public would be more inclined than in previous scenario to gi 2006 Page #65  
t "don't fit." Some scientists are inclined to discard the data and preserv 2006 Page #101  
to the details, but I'm a bit more inclined to think that there's perhaps m 2006 Page #130  

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ll-in radio show, and one of these inclividual s, Mark McCandnsh, has given 2005 Page #83  
, leading eventually co meeting an inclividual who had the SOi\11- 01 manua 2005 Page #131  

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e, lasseehosette. peer Art Ikansa‘ Inclosed yen idal find a lemorandon Repo 2004 Page #18  

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e penultimate paragraph, page 4 of Inclosure Number 1 to your letter-needs  2009 Page #27  

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n ,:rnd chc object' 'ii posi;:ion. IncluCe an •~=-o~ denoting the ~irection 2008 Page #56  

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saw many highly advanced aircraft, inclucling one of the B-2 prototypes and 2005 Page #83  

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re may not be any more wars. These include "robot, jet-propelled atomic bom 2003 Page #16  
 Other living supporting witnesses include Charlette Mann's sister who conf 2003 Page #24  
ious published accounts. They also include such books as Kenneth Arnold ’s  2003 Page #41  
ad's Team. However, I neglected to include metallic samples of the exterior 2003 Page #103  
of the crashed Roswell disc. I now include the enclosed, and can only say t 2003 Page #103  
 feet diameter) o Dome may/may not include windows, ports o Most equipped w 2003 Page #174  
rnal review by the Air Force. They include some interesting criteria, such  2003 Page #178  
ves are written routinely and must include much of the same stereotypical a 2003 Page #203  
trongly about the matter... I will include it in his files which we take to 2003 Page #204  
ollege Park Maryland, seven if you include the original draft Memorandum fo 2003 Page #205  
 as it is addressed to him, I will include it in his fil&s which v.e take t 2003 Page #216  
t tho investigation be expanded to include sources that might elucidate oth 2003 Page #237  
 something unusual occurred. These include: (a) Barry Greenwood, (b) Jorge  2004 Page #16  
 Len created cover many years, and include different numbering systems and  2004 Page #110  
iscussed later. The table does not include six reports provided by Tim Coop 2004 Page #115  
best procedures they had. They all include deception. There is a stamp, "No 2004 Page #123  
r of 30 crashes, especially if you include those that he may not have known 2004 Page #129  
o say that he was. Those witnesses include KGFL newsmen Frank Joyce, Judd R 2004 Page #138  
been named as part of this molding include Close Encounters of the Third Ki 2004 Page #180  
 to it and \Vhen it slid down this include into the lakebed, it created hav 2005 Page #67  
ts are simply extraorcunary. A few include multiple witnesses, or radar plu 2005 Page #74  
belief in Category 13. Do you also include Category B, Ben?" The reference  2005 Page #80  
ted theories in the UFO Literature include that large lighting strikes are  2005 Page #121  
ble that the official report might include a "cover your backside" statemen 2005 Page #126  
 anomaly. A document example would include typographical anomalies associat 2005 Page #136  
factor of 2.0. Forensics: This can include several types of testing, for ex 2005 Page #136  
r of 30 crashes, especially if you include those that he may not have known 2005 Page #140  
 space debris. Yet would this also include unidentified spacecraft that hav 2005 Page #141  
 the systems that would be sturued include: the energy or fuel the spacecra 2005 Page #162  
's origin and mjssion, which would include autopsies of aLien borues and a  2005 Page #162  
xceeded S14 billion. This does not include the cost of operations and const 2005 Page #167  
ve the case along; my future plans include a detailed magnetometer survey a 2006 Page #47  
e form, this kind of contact might include invasion of the human body or mi 2006 Page #55  
or stakeholder groups, which would include government, religion, science, b 2006 Page #55  
ft/spacecraft/weapon debris. These include geographic location, materials a 2006 Page #72  
lf a century. A few examples would include a Northrop N-9M one-third-scale  2006 Page #86  
however, The Majestic Documents 14 include three rather specific and signif 2006 Page #103  
gned for safely studying pathogens include increasingly effective types of  2006 Page #105  
 known cure. Other U.S. facilities include the well-known Center for Diseas 2006 Page #106  
ath 2. Missing Body Parts commonly include:30 • Lips • Tongue • Skin and mu 2006 Page #115  
. Fortunately one does not need to include the EBD in order to complete the 2006 Page #178  
de a decision to, or ·was asked to include tl1e EBE reference in a Dockers' 2007 Page #76  
he state." Those same measures may include the requirement to maintain and  2008 Page #24  
                     This can also include utilizing counter-intelligence s 2008 Page #25  
lled seeing olive-drab vehicles to include semi-vans . He believes they lef 2008 Page #43  
information that is being withheld include classified information such as t 2008 Page #63  
te from 1986 to 1992 and therefore include cases from my tour of duty on th 2008 Page #65  
ases from the MoD UFO files. These include a case from 5 November 1990 when 2008 Page #67  
ction are accustomed to plots that include allies or enemies that use time  2008 Page #95  
ted on the right side of the slide include adding a missing verb, correctin 2008 Page #105  
uation. ■Sentence definition would include question marks as well as period 2008 Page #116  
ed States. The War on TeJTorism to include unprovoked attacks on Afghanista 2008 Page #123  
owth of surveillance technology to include the VeriChip, studies of which i 2008 Page #123  
in their arm. Other technology -to include ubiquitous video cameras in publ 2008 Page #123  
th major banks in New York City to include National City Bank \now Citibank 2008 Page #137  
racy that once supported the Nazis include the Agency of International Deve 2008 Page #143  
nership of publishing houses which include Random House, Ballantine Books,  2008 Page #143  
 it would have been appropriate to include some truthful material in among  2009 Page #12  
d in scope and defined in depth to include vital UFO technical data, I prop 2009 Page #18  
 proper context of defense. (b) To include in any NIE on Soviet UFO decoy c 2009 Page #19  
nce agencies. Staff studies should include the Office of National Estimates 2009 Page #19  
 gathering, and more expendable to include fighting or bombing, will be sma 2009 Page #22  
ence will review the case and will include new material for an updated edit 2009 Page #30  
m university . His published books include Mawy Island UFO, The Octopus and 2009 Page #34  
lation and exploration of space. I include among these possibilities a join 2009 Page #40  
hlights of the Kingman controversy include the original testimony of Fritz  2009 Page #48  
 superior officers, but he did not include any details in his official Janu 2009 Page #80  

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I wave of UFO sightings. That wave included the recovery in that same area  2003 Page #42  
nine layers of the small shoe sole included infrared spectroscopy, differen 2003 Page #49  
d become so important years later. Included in the radio broadcast, Murphy  2003 Page #54  
 it stated, "Army Ropes Off Area." Included in the story was the statement, 2003 Page #55  
rs Fail To Find Object." The story included a statement from Captain Joseph 2003 Page #55  
emos along with other information. Included in one of those memos was the s 2003 Page #56  
e origin of the object. These have included a downed aircraft, a meteorite, 2003 Page #65  
rolina and signed only "A Friend." Included with the letter were several si 2003 Page #97  
rch on the craft and its occupant. Included were the University of Colorado 2003 Page #99  
ered extraterrestrial technologies included night vision image intensifiers 2003 Page #101  
bout the metal's possible function included resisting or detecting magnetic 2003 Page #110  
it was that had exploded. Symptoms included dementia, skin rashes, boils on 2003 Page #163  
ing instructions. Of special note: included are some instructions for UFOB  2003 Page #171  
structions for good UFOB reporting included n References of the era seem ge 2003 Page #172  
y not photographed, or perhaps not included in the photographer's copy. Sli 2003 Page #173  
al and the Technical Manual ™ that included the legitimate example of the r 2003 Page #181  
at the description of the vehicles included details on the shapes and lengt 2003 Page #183  
ide 59 lists some of the arguments included in an International UFO Reporte 2003 Page #184  
reported at the crash scene. These included: « James Webb, the head of NASA 2003 Page #193  
it was that had exploded. Symptoms included dementia, skin rashes, boils on 2004 Page #17  
 sites on the crash retrieval list included Magdalena near the Plains of Sa 2004 Page #69  
States flying saucer program. This included contact with Dr. Vannevar Bush  2004 Page #88  
e fire that Smith eventually found included conclusive evidence that the "o 2004 Page #89  
 long a distinguished career which included being president of Penn State U 2004 Page #98  
s from the 1950s to the 1970s, and included references to the crashed UFO c 2004 Page #110  
ted by Tim. These should have been included for completeness, and would mak 2004 Page #115  
bris in a large gouged crater that included a box emitting a beep. Recovery 2004 Page #117  
tnessed by military personnel, and included three live aliens being assiste 2004 Page #117  
r's conference by Ryan Wood and is included in those proceedings. The secon 2004 Page #117  
ogations of the military personnel included narcotics and hypnosis. They we 2004 Page #119  
s reports) by four hoaxes. We have included two of the four in the master l 2004 Page #121  
ork with a distinguished cast that included Kyle MacLachlan, Martin Sheen,  2004 Page #134  
ztec, which surely would have been included. It would seem hard for him to  2004 Page #224  
" pp. 5 — 7. 14 Sarbacher's resume included work as a consultant to the Uni 2004 Page #224  
p. 5. Gebauer made statements that included 'What this country needs is a m 2004 Page #224  
e was no introductory cover letter included from the FOIA office shown as t 2004 Page #244  
 . Examinations prior to his death included urine rests, X-rays of his back 2005 Page #33  
ecial ties at that particular time included the engineering design of Air F 2005 Page #41  
e remote Desert Experimental Range included: -Army Intelligence from Ft., C 2005 Page #62  
aperclip information from the CIA. Included was a 12 Apr 1949 PapercLip-rel 2005 Page #125  
--with text identical to the guide included in the SOMl-01 Special Operatio 2005 Page #129  
hat Admiral Michaelis' duties also included intelligence-related matters an 2005 Page #130  
ichaelis' seruor staff assignments included the Strategic Plans Division of 2005 Page #130  
ils, just months before her death, included recoUection of cliscussions amo 2005 Page #131  
ns from the 1950s co the 1970s and included references co the crashed UFO c 2005 Page #139  
rief look at one or two of them is included. Santilli has always claimed th 2005 Page #146  
ities. The 26 seminar participants included professional futurists, college 2006 Page #48  
ry flights of Article 501 (Fig. 5) included an inert rocket booster (Unit 1 2006 Page #78  
 locals arrived on the scene. They included several ranchers and some men f 2006 Page #79  
d what we were looking for. Debris included pieces of titanium, steel, alum 2006 Page #80  
ces over 12 inches long. Materials included aluminum, titanium, stainless s 2006 Page #84  
unk Works. Some of the stamps even included the letters ADP. Part numbers b 2006 Page #84  
fact, news of the YF-12A crash was included, almost as an afterthought, in  2006 Page #88  
urse interesting that Pope's novel included a section on alien bodies being 2006 Page #131  
t controversy, and may simply have included the Porton Down angle in his bo 2006 Page #131  
yed all with high explosives. This included the pieces of the civilian ligh 2006 Page #135  
discs retaliated. That retaliation included the deaths of many pilots and f 2006 Page #139  
is Navy records mysteriously never included the Kadena AFB dentist visit. I 2006 Page #160  
 of the local Civil Air Patrol and included the comment that Robert Willing 2006 Page #176  
M and interacted with the speakers included Linda Moulton- Howe, Dick Haine 2006 Page #196  
 early years of the Foundation and included such speakers as David Jacobs a 2006 Page #198  
rom his backlog. Responses usually included a reprint of information and, i 2006 Page #203  
 markings added ■ Many annotations included ■ No cover letter FINDING PAT B 2007 Page #43  
ected a very few spelling errors ■ Included editorial corrections ■ Omitted 2007 Page #49  
emanating from its eyes. The label included the warning that ".Aliens are o 2007 Page #63  
UFO's USA URL!" The cover graphics included two pairs of legs and feet, one 2007 Page #67  
 of the photos that Jack was shown included 50 aircraft flying in formation 2007 Page #99  
impossible to believe, it has been included into this article for historica 2007 Page #108  
ribed in Patton's biograph y which included specific data and photos, and a 2007 Page #114  
t would seem that this runway also included the "ski slope" feature that wa 2007 Page #114  
d until the next day. Descriptions included very thin metallic fragments li 2007 Page #128  
 part in a classified mjssion that included securing aerial imagery of the  2007 Page #137  
h-altitude optical turbulence that included a 1111iq11e meteorological inst 2007 Page #163  
r, we found a field of debris that included aluminum airplane parts from th 2007 Page #189  
hanges in course, and altitude not included. Appearance on both search and  2008 Page #8  
ash happened in 1979. The accounts included a military response-the cordoni 2008 Page #42  
C right after the Crash. This list included Larry Lake and Bert Dinius as l 2008 Page #45  
 20 miles away and her description included a similar perception-the unknow 2008 Page #48  
the S10,y Lady. Part of her duties included providing interesting programs  2008 Page #57  
 of the more interesting incidents included: 26th April, I 984: Members of  2008 Page #64  
o transcribe. The transcription is included in my 1998 book, Glimpses of Ot 2008 Page #90  
elivery by mail to Tim from Salina included the Einstein/Oppenheimer memo o 2008 Page #105  
unt. An entire copy of the memo is included for your perusal at the end of  2008 Page #105  
 documents to forensic examiners . Included were several pages of the "Burn 2008 Page #109  
st. A scan of the watermark may be included. The information shown on slide 2008 Page #109  
. The complete text of the memo is included below. All errors have been fix 2008 Page #112  
 Gem1an Worker's Party, which soon included German Army Intelligence Agent  2008 Page #126  
present his interests. His lawyers included John Foster and Allen Dulles. B 2008 Page #126  
erestingly, the Nazi program which included psychic research and energy man 2008 Page #130  
the documents, MAJESTIC-12 members included: .. ---~elm. R~scoe_H. Hillenko 2008 Page #131  
bruary, 1951. His responsibilities included security at the White Sands Pro 2008 Page #134  
                scientists. Others included Major General Walter Dom berger 2008 Page #138  
deal human characteristics , which included birth and population control. I 2008 Page #140  
ouncil on Foreign Relations. These included Nazi supporters such as John J. 2008 Page #141  
 (pp 20-21) All of these pages are included at the end of this paper, compa 2009 Page #8  
so a participant. The reports that included extensive discussion of the phe 2009 Page #9  
e Imbalance of Power" (2396 words) included in the 18 pages from Source 4 ( 2009 Page #10  
The entire document by "L.C.R." is included at the end of this paper. ln th 2009 Page #11  
wn as The Way to Space Travel that included among other things space vehicl 2009 Page #16  
l security policy making should be included as recommended by Lyman Kirkpat 2009 Page #18  
 on my own writing on the subject. Included are George S. Pattee's The Futu 2009 Page #24  
an, transportation guidance, to be included in the logistic plan, a map and 2009 Page #36  
 It is assumed that 35mm "footage" included the roll of 36 exposure B & W s 2009 Page #60  
torage Area (WSA), that presumably included nuclear weapons heavily guarded 2009 Page #71  
they had been able to reach. These included the presence of phosphorus in t 2009 Page #137  
ng sites. Witness photos were also included in the documentary. One year la 2009 Page #137  
ork of Or. Wilhelm Reich. She also included a copy of a book in Russian cal 2009 Page #139  
tion. Post-war secret weapons have included a cosmic ray bomb. This had its 2009 Page #158  
erested in cognate problems. These included Sir Geoffrey Taylor, Adviser to 2009 Page #170  

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England, and Russia. Newman's book includes information on bogus alien auto 2003 Page #73  
ing as late as midnight. The diary includes particulars on everyone he meet 2003 Page #86  
 I I Sy Wi UiRaw 1947 Phone Logs • Includes Presidential Secretary calls •  2003 Page #154  
, uncrating instructions detailed; includes foreign b Instructions for good 2003 Page #172  
s Manual 28 18. INVENTORY SYSTEM o Includes "debriefing ” the personnel o O 2003 Page #175  
 inference —legal or illegal. This includes telling people there has been a 2003 Page #176  
 exact same references. The Manual includes a handy guide to UFO identifica 2003 Page #178  
 draft mission to China scope that includes a directive x Top Secret Ultra  2003 Page #211  
; probable hoax • Status report VI includes two now- accepted hoaxes: the 1 2004 Page #122  
xplained by a host of reasons that includes the government's desire to shel 2004 Page #132  
ete Reich-Einstein correspondence, includes all the protocols necessary for 2005 Page #93  
als and ponder what a reality that includes diverse intelligent life outsid 2005 Page #120  
uation Red: The UFO Siege. Briefly includes theme of crash retrievals. • La 2006 Page #25  
number—estimated 150 within DoD. • Includes Unacknowledged SAPs. • Some, bu 2006 Page #33  
nything, but as a practical matter includes only life forms that we could a 2006 Page #52  
eal my new military findings. This includes the extensive and unimaginable  2006 Page #100  
rd "Naval History of Assignments" (Includes March 26, 1976 to March 16, 197 2006 Page #156  
r the double-spaced last page that includes some paragraphs identified as T 2009 Page #8  

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union in the field of outer space, including the development of specific te 2003 Page #6  
iled notes on the fires it went to including date time, location, durations 2003 Page #32  
reviews the photographic evidence, including the Zapruder film of the Kenne 2003 Page #42  
e tests revealed several materials including the presence of titanium dioxi 2003 Page #49  
nesses come from all walks of life including farmers, teachers, law enforce 2003 Page #57  
to receive calls from the military including the Air Force and the Pentagon 2003 Page #59  
 people reported various activity, including a military presence. While Bil 2003 Page #70  
ange UFO-related events in the UK, including a very early crop circle forma 2003 Page #74  
cturing and supplies for the Navy, including all relevant liaising. He is s 2003 Page #86  
emetery with full military honors, including a nineteen Howitzer salute. 88 2003 Page #92  
 the beings' neurological systems, including their molecularly aligned and  2003 Page #102  
her, four colonels, two AFOSI men (including base AFOSI head Major Thomas C 2003 Page #146  
s and the U.S.S R. in outer space, including cooperation in lunar landing p 2003 Page #162  
security plans in place in detail, including procedures to be used if other 2003 Page #171  
identifies the six specific goals, including running secret locations, reco 2003 Page #173  
g with extraterrestrial technology including any material exhibiting charac 2003 Page #173  
cribes extraterrestrial technology including materials "not known to Terres 2003 Page #173  
Appendix l-la contains references, including technical manuals, other publi 2003 Page #174  
lite discussions before this date, including a Time Magazine article just t 2003 Page #183  
rations have managed this program, including Vannevar Bush, Oppenheimer, Ei 2003 Page #187  
e some genuine negative reactions, including financial or political □ Our a 2003 Page #188  
 impact and a detailed description including any markings would be helpful. 2004 Page #9  
 military and government agencies, including NORAD, the U.S. Air Force, and 2004 Page #9  
r, and had been recovered in areas including New South Wales, Western Austr 2004 Page #16  
 suffered serious health problems, including cysts and goiters, which they  2004 Page #29  
umation, several Aurora residents, including cemetery directors, stood guar 2004 Page #30  
f. Others were present at the dock including Wilfred Smith and Norm Smith.  2004 Page #38  
ight have been flying in the area, including American military and civilian 2004 Page #38  
s searching the Sound up to seven, including four more fishing boats that h 2004 Page #40  
ing our ninety minute conversation including the part of the landing and th 2004 Page #56  
ge all around the U.K. and beyond, including a feature article in the New Y 2004 Page #58  
dge in several important respects, including detailed and often poignant ob 2004 Page #59  
 there were the dissected bodies — including animals — referenced in the go 2004 Page #82  
er had done work for the Canadians including working on the DEW line radar  2004 Page #91  
nclusions • Five sets of examples, including cases • Discussion of some ske 2004 Page #107  
ix reports provided by Tim Cooper, including three reports on behalf of his 2004 Page #115  
ness reports have been suppressed, including those of the Defense Intellige 2004 Page #130  
d to Roswell For some researchers, including Stanton Friedman, and for Robe 2004 Page #134  
me aspect of the Roswell Incident, including Men In Black, Independence Day 2004 Page #137  
 Days In Roswell, and many others, including the television series called R 2004 Page #137  
adicts what many others have said, including those who saw Brazel accompani 2004 Page #138  
e Reports explaining Roswell away, including the rather silly crash dummy r 2004 Page #140  
JANAP- 146, that provide penalties including fines and prison both to milit 2004 Page #141  
r was confirmed by several people, including Stanton Friedman, who intervie 2004 Page #147  
hed in with first person accounts, including actor Jackie Gleason who repor 2004 Page #147  
 recruited leading members of GIRD including Korolev. Tukachevsky's Fall •  2004 Page #153  
quipment purportedly found inside, including contour controls for hands • M 2004 Page #168  
ared legit. He stated many reasons including the fact that the document had 2004 Page #191  
 lengths to protect their sources, including, on occasion, spending time in 2004 Page #218  
t the time. Far more renowned men, including Charles Lindbergh and Joseph K 2004 Page #224  
for analysis. Several researchers, including myself, have written many Free 2004 Page #231  
ocument was analyzed forensically, including marginalia, ink, paper, conten 2004 Page #242  
rought in at most irregular hours, including vegetables, fruit, milk, mixed 2005 Page #32  
t.Iy filed out of the room. A few, including Harzan, stayed behind. They as 2005 Page #81  
enness regarding UFO information , including much that related directly to  2005 Page #84  
 most perceivable result for many, including myself. The weaker energy fiel 2005 Page #90  
fact, for many years, many people, including this writer, gave serious cons 2005 Page #118  
 numbers in the upper-left corner, including numerical reference to another 2005 Page #123  
ng with at least six other radars, including ones at Alamogordo AAF and Kir 2005 Page #126  
ecrecy in all phases of operation" including a "Press Blackout": Great care 2005 Page #129  
inting in all government agencies, including classified printing at the CIA 2005 Page #129  
 the informational data of a case, including locations, details of the even 2005 Page #136  
ansferred the 16mm film onto video including the types of eqwpment he used. 2005 Page #148  
nety-six major photographic awards including Press 146                      2005 Page #148  
nt through and checked everything, including voter registration papers. The 2005 Page #157  
e laboratory and different people, including a geneticist and a scientist w 2005 Page #158  
ome of our most advanced aircraft, including the F-117 A stealth fighter, h 2005 Page #161  
t there have been many UFO crashes including ones overseas (Varghina, Brazi 2006 Page #9  
ial Edition, 2004) 227 pages. $17, including S and H from UFORI, POB 958, H 2006 Page #13  
4) and received a number of awards including the Commendation Medal and the 2006 Page #21  
or a range of MJ-12 Group projects including UFO crash retrieval operations 2006 Page #23  
spatched to areas of UFO activity, including with operations. Project Moond 2006 Page #26  
Lake (not counting the 8-2. etc.), including a silent flying triangle. • "U 2006 Page #27  
3 • Participants can tell no one - including families. • Participants must  2006 Page #32  
depending upon a variety of things including the NHI response to human reac 2006 Page #53  
uence the outcome of the incident, including whether social order begins to 2006 Page #55  
 of interpretations and reactions, including militant demonization, with nu 2006 Page #67  
treme public reactions will occur, including widespread panic, looting, vig 2006 Page #68  
begins. Without prior preparation, including means of recognizing essence b 2006 Page #68  
lectively known as the Blackbirds) including the YF-12A interceptor, M-21 m 2006 Page #72  
 acceptance tests in five flights, including verification of the aircraft's 2006 Page #81  
 1996. I found a variety of debris including fragments of titanium skin and 2006 Page #88  
cticut and showed him my research, including all of my data and photographs 2006 Page #89  
ods and several neighboring towns, including Gassaway and the county seat o 2006 Page #91  
re not too receptive to outsiders, including me, asking questions about the 2006 Page #91  
nited States carried the UP story, including a front page headline story in 2006 Page #99  
l area, and those who investigate, including the town's doctor, are killed  2006 Page #102  
bruary, 1998: FBI arrests two men, including Larry Wayne Harris in Nevada,  2006 Page #108  
ated in depth by many researchers, including Linda Moulton Howe who is pres 2006 Page #115  
ement. Since many UFO researchers, including myself, consider that the data 2006 Page #116  
by many types of aerial phenomena, including the spectral Hounds of Hell: t 2006 Page #119  
claims surrounding James Prescott, including Matthew Williams, who says: "I 2006 Page #123  
ains Bob. "I had various postings, including at Akrotiri in Cyprus, RAF Hon 2006 Page #126  
ghout the North Wales Fire Service including at Bala and Wrexham. Mick told 2006 Page #127  
h UFO investigators in early 1996, including me and Matthew Williams, beari 2006 Page #133  
ense against a variety of targets, including jet and rotary wing aircraft,  2006 Page #143  
 other areas of anomalies research including UFOs, abductions, and crop cir 2006 Page #196  
several programs in the university including the School of Nursing Studies  2006 Page #199  
en occurring all over the country, including the counties surrounding the T 2006 Page #201  
kers to special UNLV presentations including: Larry Dossey, Barbara Dossey  2006 Page #206  
n with people from the news media, including many progressive journalists w 2007 Page #10  
e staffed by news media personnel, including top journalists and executives 2007 Page #11  
ge the massive•·,; .. enterprise , Including John H.Sorrelo, executive edit 2007 Page #16  
eference to dozens of photographs, including the note by "Ben" 38 BOOK CHAP 2007 Page #44  
ited by Dr. Bob Wood and Ryan Wood Including a preface and an authenticatio 2007 Page #49  
d .... flying out of Groom Lake, ~ including a silent triangle • ......_... 2007 Page #56  
 of leaders in the private seccor, including the advertising indust~·, co a 2007 Page #59  
 as all manner of branded products including this chewy sweet from England. 2007 Page #63  
ls, (see illustration #29 and #30) including project ''Y" and project ''Y2" 2007 Page #111  
dium size group of about 62 people including Warren, were transported by bu 2007 Page #114  
Mon.roe. Numerous movies followed, including The Asphalt ]"ngle, Gentlemen  2007 Page #136  
g dependency on prescnptton drugs, including barbiturates and tranquilizers 2007 Page #136  
ers in entertainment and policies, including the Kennedy brothers, John and 2007 Page #137  
within che Intelligence community, including Dennis A. Flinn, the Director  2007 Page #137  
 impact and a detailed description including any markings would be helpful. 2007 Page #142  
 military and government agencies, including NORAD , the US J\.ir Force, an 2007 Page #142  
lligence communit y, and military (including the CIA, NSA, NSC, Air Force,  2007 Page #143  
eceived from several individuals , including Mexican UFO investigator Gilbe 2007 Page #188  
htings , then natural phenomenon , including bolides make sense. True, it w 2008 Page #14  
 documentation from the newspapers including the Las Vegas Sun, Los Angeles 2008 Page #16  
Leader . Additional documentation, including the reports created at the tim 2008 Page #16  
xploration and Use of Outer Space, Including the Moon and Other Celestial B 2008 Page #36  
xploration and use of outer space, including the Moon and other celestial b 2008 Page #36  
l their activities in outer space, including the Moon and other celestial b 2008 Page #36  
all pursue studies of outer space, including the Moon and other celestial b 2008 Page #36  
xploration and Use of Outer Space. Including the Moon and Other Celestial B 2008 Page #39  
ding to worldwide media coverage , including articles in the New York Times 2008 Page #61  
generating global media coverage , including a feature on ABC News's Nightl 2008 Page #61  
ange of other fascinating subjects including MoD's 2001 remote viewing stud 2008 Page #62  
to UFOs than on any other subject, including the war in Iraq or Afghanistan 2008 Page #62  
nd cover a wide range of material, including both policy and investigations 2008 Page #64  
re are some more interesting ones, including sightings by civil and militar 2008 Page #64  
e were more difficult to explain , including cases where the witnesses were 2008 Page #64  
ppearing on most TV news programs (including a number of US shows such as A 2008 Page #65  
ated all the usual possibilities , including weather balloons , military ai 2008 Page #66  
 is also material on crop circles, including papers showing how the MoD tri 2008 Page #67  
me to time. Numerous individuals , including the undersigned , witnessed th 2008 Page #94  
sted for the mystery of Tunguska , including an asteroid, a small comet, a  2008 Page #100  
o create the German cartel system, including the dominant LG. Farben and Ve 2008 Page #127  
 representatives in 93 countries , including the United States. Paul Mannin 2008 Page #127  
ossible by bond sales in America , including one for $30 million offered by 2008 Page #127  
ny communication and war material, including as many as 50,000 artillery fu 2008 Page #128  
der the Trading with the Enemy Act including several that showed the contin 2008 Page #129  
nger flights to various countries, including Gem1any , Brazil and the USA.  2008 Page #133  
 date of many NASA space launches, including the Apollo moon missions, were 2008 Page #134  
 105 adverse reactions to Ritalin, including suicidal tendencies . And Amer 2008 Page #141  
r in Central America. Bush's name, including his little-known nickname of " 2008 Page #142  
ring firm Napster; 14 music labels including Arista Records, BMG, RCA Recor 2008 Page #143  
ses; five newspapers, 21 magazines including Family Circle, Parents, Geo an 2008 Page #143  
ts the world's largest book clubs, including Arvato, Book-of-the -Month Clu 2008 Page #144  
ed to destroy space borne targets, including UFO nuclear weapons before the 2009 Page #22  
ach of the Harvard Law School, and including Edward L. Katzenbach, Jr. and  2009 Page #25  
actory to me, and I approve ·them, including the changes ·recommended .by · 2009 Page #27  
Union in the field of outer space, including the development of specific te 2009 Page #40  
er cooperation ... in outer space, including cooperation in lunar landing p 2009 Page #40  
tives found in the Burned Document including a political assassination dire 2009 Page #45  
rest with Col. Halt and other men, including Sgt. Adrian Bustinza. We saw s 2009 Page #79  
 light provoked military officers, including RAF Bentwaters Deputy Base Com 2009 Page #82  
placed in a safe after work hours, including typewriter ribbons. Bear in mi 2009 Page #89  
work at Wright-Patterson AFB. I am including this list in the hope that any 2009 Page #94  
ew years we discussed many things, including UFOs of course, his work and f 2009 Page #139  
nts of June and July of that year, including: May 16, 194 7 -V2 rocket cras 2009 Page #156  
er of newspapers covered the story including the Amarillo Daily News: "Scie 2009 Page #156  
a number of professional societies including a fellow of the IEEE, was list 2009 Page #164  
 any information about the project including the name of a previous colleag 2009 Page #176  

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val and human sources (all noted), incluiling correspondence wit!, A.S. Nei 2005 Page #88  

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ficials and scientists of the day, inclurung Secretary of Defense James For 2005 Page #125  
n addition to operatio nal duties (inclurung command of the aircraft carrie 2005 Page #130  
l of Hungary's national treasures, inclurung the Crown of St. Stephen, were 2005 Page #133  
 the author of five books on UFOs, inclurung F!Jing Saucer are Real; Aliens 2007 Page #132  

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 test nuclear devices for possible inclusion in the US arsenal, to improve  2005 Page #39  
ON: True Science and the Spirit of Inclusion The basic contents of this rep 2006 Page #181  
herence to a policy of scientific "inclusion." That is, he wants all seeker 2006 Page #181  
an. And so, it is in the spirit of inclusion that we must move forward, and 2006 Page #182  
 didn't record the infom1ation for inclusion in the file. I also interviewe 2008 Page #12  

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 wreckage collected from 1947-1953 inclusive. This would be consistent with 2003 Page #173  
om various sources years 1947-1953 inclusive. ” 11'•8-2 203 Special Operati 2003 Page #174  
ds, however, might not be all that inclusive. Edwin Easley, for example, is 2003 Page #191  

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r, when Ray Fowler began d.ig_ging inco the case in 1973. Ra.) Fowler learn 2005 Page #40  
rpose was to explore a major terra inco!:mita of American governmen t, the  2009 Page #23  

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loblt • TI1trt. ort maiy -nuu--and inco111pt1tnt ruwrchcr s in tJ1t fidd •  2008 Page #154  

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rpose was to explore a major terra incognita of American government , the n 2009 Page #12  

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evices to explosion? interdict any incoming meteorite? The Valley Of Death? 2004 Page #166  
ou, you cannot reach me again. All incoming calls will be stopped. A nation 2006 Page #167  

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cted such a runway in 1972 for our incomjng and outgoing SECRET horizontal  2007 Page #114  

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and size RESTRICTED and top secret incompatible All of these are dealt with 2003 Page #182  

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hat the Government is riddled with incompetence and couldn't possibly keep  2009 Page #155  

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oncrete evidence of being mentally incompetent," but ruagnosed him as being 2005 Page #101  

Word: "incomplete", 6 instance(s) (Back to Top)

le basically has two layers and is incomplete. In the top view photo, the b 2003 Page #48  
ntains inaccurate information" "Is incomplete ” r. “No provenance for it” s 2003 Page #186  
mey is another example of possibly incomplete White House records. White Ho 2003 Page #191  
 returned to base hours later with incomplete memories of their time in the 2004 Page #47  
nalysis is at best preliminary and incomplete, the organizers of the Contac 2006 Page #69  
 places where her recollection was incomplete. In the key interview with Ju 2009 Page #91  

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thin them pieces of truth about an incomprehensible future? Or pieces of li 2008 Page #96  

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 way, and he did. It is completely inconceivable that several years later,  2004 Page #143  
te to the Kingman crash, it is not inconceivable that Daly was mistaken in  2005 Page #42  
e system co malfunction. It is not inconceivable that alien technology coul 2005 Page #161  
te to the Kingman crash, it is not inconceivable that Daly was mistaken in  2009 Page #49  
. Death rays in general are almost inconceivable for effective military use 2009 Page #159  
e reported du~ the wat·, but :nost inconceivable [or ~Uecll,· auch rays wer 2009 Page #182  

Word: "inconclusive", 4 instance(s) (Back to Top)

t he returned there, but it is not inconclusive. Reich's point of view on U 2005 Page #98  
ton for testing. The results were "inconclusive." The group decides to retu 2006 Page #187  
been analyzed but the results were inconclusive. It is discolored on one si 2006 Page #206  
s sighting is ongoing. The film is inconclusive and may even just show so-c 2008 Page #68  

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1ed thr _wart1m_c work. I I is nol inconcti\•able that 111,I At presr.nt ht 2009 Page #183  

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. Kh* and other* fad Lexicographic inconsistencies that suggest that the wh 2003 Page #135  
ng UFOs, there is controversy over inconsistencies between Stone's testimon 2006 Page #21  
accident. In spite of such glaring inconsistencies, the cover story held up 2006 Page #75  

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too much like us; abductions often inconsistent with high technology expect 2004 Page #121  
centuries weaken the ETH; behavior inconsistent with physics. These argumen 2004 Page #121  
s, many with aliens • They are not inconsistent with his speculation of a s 2004 Page #128  
ns of Estella Krussel would appear inconsistent with those of the other wit 2008 Page #59  
ted. The red stamp ink is also not inconsistent with stamps ink that was co 2008 Page #109  

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 shown up, making waves and asking inconvenient questions. To avoid confusi 2003 Page #150  
d, found in Pflock's book Roswell: Inconvenient Facts and the Will to Belie 2004 Page #222  
hrase an author I know, beware of "inconvenient facts and the will to disbe 2004 Page #222  
and Reason. 3 Pflock, Karl Ronvelk Inconvenient Facts and the Will to Belie 2004 Page #223  
 Ibid., p. 15. 36 Pflock, Roswell: Inconvenient Facts and the Will to Belie 2004 Page #224  

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 said it was closed because of the inconveruence because of the size of the 2007 Page #123  

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acturod by the S. E. , H. Vornon , Incorpo rated, paper company , whose add 2007 Page #46  

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 can end up getting healthy DNA to incorporate the insidious RNA instructio 2004 Page #80  
of films and television shows that incorporate some aspect of the Roswell I 2004 Page #137  
o Jack, the smaller disc seemed to incorporate a sort of magnifying/ enJarg 2007 Page #100  
Kennedy. Thus Kennedy's efforts to incorporate MJ-12 psychological warfare  2009 Page #40  

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d gone back with the knowledge and incorporated it into the future research 2003 Page #100  
epresent aircraft and weapons that incorporated what were sensitive technol 2006 Page #86  
els on each. The 20' and 40' discs incorporated a single wheel on alJ three 2007 Page #100  
.Jiramids" (his words). The runway incorporated a unjque feature at the far 2007 Page #114  
Thjs "ski slope" feature was later incorporated into the designs of British 2007 Page #114  
that this U.S. built flying saucer incorporated a "split rudder" system. Th 2007 Page #115  
g advanced technology that is then incorporated into the Soviet space progr 2008 Page #103  
dgrass and Leech. The results were incorporated in a report dated 31st Marc 2009 Page #165  
Caledonia. "The results which were incorporated in a report dated 31st Marc 2009 Page #170  

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