Crashed UFOs, alien autopsies and government cover-ups—untangling the legend surrounding Ohio’s Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
“Draw a picture that will show the shape of the object or objects.”
Featuring a Russian spy murder, a self-immolation, gun-toting government thugs and other fanciful plot devices, “Project Blue Book,” History’s popular new series on the Air Force’s program to investigate and debunk U.F.O.s, is not your historian’s Project Blue Book.
When the U.S. government tapped the academic to help investigate UFOs, he was initially a skeptic. But not for long.
Around midnight on Oct. 26, 1958, Alvin Cohen and Phillip Small were taking a drive by Loch Raven Reservoir in Towson when they said a great, iridescent, egg-shaped object appeared above a bridge.
It’s 5 a.m. April 17, 1966, when two Portage County, Ohio, sheriff deputies stop to investigate an abandoned vehicle along a road near Ravenna.
Renewed US interest could produce some fascinating hearings, but the focus should be on the quality not just the quantity of reported sightings
During the 1950s and 1960s, were extraterrestrials visiting the United States?