Air Force released it's Project Blue Book Special Report14 in Octobera couple of questions were raised that have not beenanswered to this day. Over the years possible answers to these questionshave been given quasi-mythic status by some in the UFO reportingcommunity.
Air Force pilot chases a UFO and dies. Based loosely on the Mantell UFO incident.
Investigators, however, cannot get information from them and turn to an year-old boy. Based on the real-life Lonnie Zamora incident. Marsden reports that the air force tried to shoot down a UFO and he has evidence that fell through the roof of his barn.
Shortly after he and the rest of his family are brutally attacked by aliens that came from within the ball which turns out to be their space craft. Based loosely on the real-life Kelly—Hopkinsville encounter.
Air Force is covering up his story about being attacked by aliens after being taken aboard a UFO. Air Force lieutenant risks his career and marriage after he reports seeing four metallic objects and a mother ship. Also, an old woman claims she was visited by aliens who offered to take her to the planet Venus.
Joyce Brothers stars as Dr. The robot is a version of the Robby the Robot suit featuring a shorter head with a giant green eye.
The aliens want him to eat the lotus-shaped bread but he manages to save some as evidence. Loosely based on Joe Simonton and the Eagle River encounter.
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Project Blue Book Special Report No. 14 (referred to further below as BBSR) was a massive statistical study the Battelle Memorial Institute did for the USAF of 3, UFO cases between and Of these, 22% were classified as unidentified (“true UFOs”).
Another 69% were deemed identified (IFOs). In this classic and controversial fourth edition of "Flying Saucers: An Analysis of Air Force Project Blue Book," originally published by Gray Barker's Saucerian Press, Leon Davidson, a scientist on CIA contract at Los Alamos and acknowledged father of the "Disclosure" movement, examines the last Project Blue Book Report by the U.S.
Air Force (No. 14), showing how the government lied, in order Reviews: 1. Project Blue Book Special Report 14 showed that % of the cases reported to Blue Book between and were classified as unknowns. Quite a high number, especially given the fact that Blue Book's purpose was to try to explain these things away to take the heat off of the Air Force.
Project Blue Book was one of a series of systematic studies of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) conducted by the United States Air timberdesignmag.com started in , and it was the third study of its kind (the first two were projects Sign () and Grudge ()). A termination order was given for the study in December , and all activity under its auspices ceased in January Dec 27, · Stanton Friedman discusses Project Blue Book Special Report #14 - a study on UFO reports conducted by the Batelle Memorial Institute on behalf of the United States Air Force.