UFO Conjecture(s)

Monday, February 08, 2016

Three things...

Leon Davidson, referred to by CDA recently, deciphered the public Socorro symbol as a CIA construct. (The issue is confused as Ray Stanford in his silly-named book, Socorro Saucer in a Pentagon Pantry,  related that the popular symbol -- the one Mr. Davidson uses for his speculation -- was a ruse created by the Air Force to throw off scammers who might use the "real symbol" to confuse the public.)

Nonetheless, here's Mr. Davidson's exegesis of the popular Socorro symbol, drawn by Police Officer Lonnie Zamora for officials. Mouse over and click image to see it larger and clearer:
Robert Barrow provided, in 1982 to APRO, his view on what transpired in the December 1980 Cash-Landrum incident (and Mr. Barrow also takes a few swipes at MUFON back then).
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Then, in our archives, I found a "mimeographed magazine" edited by Joan Whritenour and published out of St. Petersburg, Florida. The issue, pictured below, has no date, and may have been picked up by me when I lived in Florida. Does anyone have any information on the Whritenours (Joan or Ron) and their publication?