UFO Conjectures

Saturday, August 22, 2015

Paul Yost and the 1964 Lonnie Zamora/Socorro "sighting"

Paul Yost was an aerial innovator, specializing in balloons and/or appurtenances to various kinds of air craft.

He worked for and with Raven Industries, a CIA "corporation" tied to Howard Hughes, which I've noted many times here and elsewhere.

He experimented in the American southwest, and I've tied him to the 1964 Sororro/Zamora event often.

Here is a comment, from him, in the patent paper(s) for the balloon array pictured here.
And here is that patent registration, in toto:

Yost patent

The Socorro incident was not a hoax, created by NMIT students as I've outlined and explained in a series of postings at our UFO web-site.

It was not an extraterrestrial incursion, as I (and others) have also outlined at our site(s).

The Socorro sighting by police officer Lonnie Zamora was a terrestrial event: an experiment by Hughes Aircaft/Toolco and the CIA, in which Paul Yost was a primary participant.

Those, with access to our UFO web-site, can read the various "documentations."



  • Reading about this in the early 70's as a kid, it certainly was one of the 'biggies' to be mulled over. Now, older and wiser, it no longer has any extra-terrestrial origin for me (ultra advanced civilization still using 'fire' for inter-stellar travel - somehow I don't think so). But what it was, of an earthly origin, still intrigues. Hoax just seems too complicated for some kids, even bright ones. Some type of fairly advanced classified work ('balloons' aren't exactly the Jetsons flying car) makes a lot more sense.

    By Blogger jamesrav, at Friday, August 28, 2015  

  • I am aware of one UFO photo rarely published that fits this description and that being a balloon shaped object surrounded by four landing gear. Seems plausible.

    By Blogger Brian Bell, at Monday, September 07, 2015  

  • Plausible, indeed, Brian.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Monday, September 07, 2015  

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