Nishura Tulli Papyrus possibly 15th century B. Later a member of the GOC informed him as to lleonard happened to his screened reports. I do not recall my thoughts or actions during the next, horrifying moments, but my last glimpse of the three bogies placed them about 20 degrees above the level of our transport. Mailings to Canada, add for each item ordered.

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Viewing Leonard H. His contacts in the medical field gave him the first descriptions of the alien bodies allegedly recovered at Roswell or elsewhere.

As they approached Iwo Jima at about ten thousand feet in a sunlit sky, Stringfield related: "I was shocked to see three teardrop-shaped objects from my starboard-side window. They were brilliantly white, like burning magnesium, and closing in on a parallel course to our C Suddenly, our left engine feathered, and I was later to learn that the magnetic navigation-instrument needles went wild.

As the C lost altitude, with oil spurting from the troubled engine, the pilot sounded an alert; crew and passengers were told to prepare for a ditch!

I do not recall my thoughts or actions during the next, horrifying moments, but my last glimpse of the three bogies placed them about 20 degrees above the level of our transport. Flying in the same, tight formation, they faded into a cloud bank. But he was drawn back into the UFO field in when two very sincere people related flying saucer sightings to him.

The newsletter caught the attention of radio newscaster Frank Edwards , who allowed Stringfield to announce it on his popular program in May.

Instantly, Stringfield was deluged with mail and newspapers, and radio stations from coast to coast called, wanting saucer news. Stringfield lived in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was requested "not to ask any questions. If the sighting was confirmed by radar, jets were then scrambled for intercept and the matter became classified. Numerous jets were sent up for intercept over a wide region, but cloud cover prevented Stringfield from seeing what was happening, though he could hear the jets overhead.

To his surprise, the Air Force cleared his reporting of the incident in his newsletter. But when he tried to interest the local Cincinnati newspapers, the story was officially denied, as was his connection with the ADC. Despite the official public denial of his work for the ADC , Stringfield wrote that he received a letter in , thanking him for his assistance from no less than Major General John A.

Samford , director of Air Force Intelligence. He also received a letter in from Captain Edward J. Stringfield said he continued his "cooperation" with the Air Force through until the GOC was disbanded and his screening duties for them ceased. He held the post until , at which point he continued his private UFO research.

For over 30 years, Stringfield served in several of the major UFO Organizations in a public relations capacity. From to , he was public relations adviser with the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena. Allen Hynek.

It was during the s that Stringfield began collecting witness accounts of UFO crash recoveries, including alien bodies. He said he received two death threats beforehand, but was never sure who was behind them or how serious they were. Thereafter, he self-published seven "Status Reports" on new crash-retrieval research until his death in



Rate this book Clear rating 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. Recommend Air Mail outside U. Amassing the Evidence by Leonard H. Stringrield the Evidence it was amazing 5. Please try your request again later. Now, when ufology sic is awash with theories about altered states of consciousness, pizoelectric effects, governmental black-operations, propagated electro-magnetic fields and the like, it is refreshing to read a book by one of the original experts who, in cooperation with the Air Force in the fifties and sixties, took the phenomenon at face value: Prices include postage and handling. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.


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