UFO Conjecture(s)

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Anyone got some info on this? David Rudiak?


  • Don't know who E.G. Fitch is. Having said that there are so many reasons why it is not reasonable to suppose that the reported flying discs were "ours" back in the late 1940s. Impossible flight characteristics (relative, say, to airships during WW2.) Secret experiments over foreign countries (with the strong possibility of accidents and crashes)?! Multiple disc sightings and sometimes at different locations on the same day?! Far more impressive than this memo (which implies that the high-up military was unconcerned about the discs) is Richard Dolan's research that demonstrates that there was very strong military intelligence interest in the flying discs; that they were "serious business" and a national security concern at the highest levels.

    By Blogger Dominick, at Saturday, April 25, 2015  

  • This is no more than a memo from one FBI agent to another expressing views and possibilities held at that time (Aug 1947).

    It looks as if a General so-and-so in the USAF was simply considering the same thing Mr Fitch and Mr Reynolds were considering, namely that the 'flying discs' were a secret AF development unknown to everyone but a select few.

    Apart from this, I don't think anything more should, or can, be read into this memo. Remember, those were the early days.

    By Blogger cda, at Sunday, April 26, 2015  

  • I think you will find the background of this document in the book "UFOs and Government" by the UFO History group.

    page 39!!

    The FBI had a cooperation with the AF to investigate the Flying Saucers. In August 1947 the FBI noticed a change how this thing was handled by the AF. So they suspected that the AF already know the true nature of the Flying saucers and didnĀ“t inform the FBI. The worst fear was that the Flying Saucers were a secret goverment project and the uninformed FBI was wasting time and resources to this.

    By Blogger Zak McKracken, at Sunday, April 26, 2015  

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