UFO Conjecture(s)

Saturday, May 28, 2011

The Gary Wilcox Event (from The Night Sky web-site)

One of the best UFO sites we've discovered is The Night Sky which can be accessed by clicking HERE.

Check out the offerings under the Stories label.

And for those who want the most thorough account of the April 24th, 1964 Gary Wilcox incident, which mimics, somewhat, the Lonnie Zamora/Socorro sighting, click HERE.


  • I've uploaded a pdf collection of Wilcox snippets. They include local newspaper, Coral Lorenzen, Jerry Clark, Flying Saucer Reviews and the only image of Wilcox I could locate. Bertolt Schwarz MD has also written a detailed article that includes elements of the police statement...wherever it is, I can't find it in my folders.

    In the interview by Miss Baldwin, Wilcox makes the intriguing point that he kicked and thumped the object and that it 'felt like metallic canvas.' Whether he means it was flexible, fabric-feeling, drum-like or literally shiny metallic canvas is open to interpretation.

    He went on to become a line manager for IBM and had little or nothing to do with the incident ever again. A Newark newspaper wanted to celebrate the anniversary with a special edition (2004) and Wilcox refused to participate.

    The link is below...


    By Blogger Kandinsky, at Sunday, May 29, 2011  

  • Another thread in this fabric is drone technology whose history in development would be interesting to contrast on a side by side comparison as measured on a time line. The evolution of the "scientific" space shuttle into a robotic military spacecraft is a under reported advance as to motive, means and opportunity. How far back does this research and development go? If it was a drone type craft, is there a buried history that is aided and abetted by the intelligence services to promote the UFO connection, when they go astray?

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Sunday, May 29, 2011  

  • P.S
    When I was curious about X craft, another line of inquiry was the odd tale of a postwar Ion craft, which then was demonstrated some time later in a backyard. I never had much confidence in the "bell theory" and never followed up on reactions to a strong ion field, etc. Kecksburg physically appeared to be a copy of "the bell" which led to a pastiche of associated bits. I often wondered what happened to this firm reported on by a reputable source?


    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Sunday, May 29, 2011  

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