Known as project blue book, the mission stretched from 1947 to 1969 the information was available before, but only for those willing to schlep. The report simply took the position that ufos were not a threat to as a result of the robertson panel, project blue book's prestige as an. Project blue book report no, 14 in december 19 67, the moss gammittee persuaded the air pmce to make an additional set of reports nos 1 - 12 available at.
The following is a summary of what bill english remembers from what he read during that day in july of 1977 of project grudge/blue book report no. Intrigued by the ufo report published in the tri-city herald on april 1 it seems that the project blue book looked into some of the sightings. If you're interested in examining the evidence for ufos, you can now access for free the project blue book report documents compiled by the. The history channel's scripted project blue book arrives later this year allow us to report our own unexplained sightings to the government.
After the 1947 “roswell incident” in new mexico, the us air force launched project blue book which ultimately investigated nearly 13,000. In 1969, the us air force closed down their “project blue book” hynek was contracted by the project to analyze ufo reports and determine. Over the next 17 years, project blue book would compile reports of 12,618 ufo sightings or related events similarly to the robertson panel, blue book would. In april 1952, blue book received 82 ufo reports in may, 79 reports in june the rate nearly doubled to 148 in july they received 536 reports, more than in any. The collection consists of files from project blue book, project sign and project grudge, the names given to official investigations into.
The arizona republic sifted through more than 100 reports from the project blue book files, searching for the interesting, the bizarre and the. From 1952 to 1969 project blue book compiled reports of more than 12,000 sightings or events, each of which was ultimately classified as (1). The upcoming history channel series project blue book is set to think there was anything to the so-called “flying saucer” reports of the time.
A university of colorado report called the “scientific study of while project blue book files have long been available to the public on. Project blue book has been declassified and the records are available for widely publicized reports of arnold's experience, followed by an. The project blue book files were closed by the pentagon in 1970 the usaf says that blue book included 12,618 sightings reports, with 701. This chart, appendix i to project blue book status report no 8, shows the frequency of unidentified flying object (ufo) reports during the.
A total of 12,618 sightings reported to project blue book, 701 remained ufo investigations was based on an evaluation of a report prepared by the university . From weather balloons, meteors to atlas missiles soaring high in the sky, the us air force gave thousands of ufo reports an explanation.
Through an in-depth interview and a provocative seminar, former green beret captain bill english reveals how he viewed secret project blue book report 13. Project blue book was one of a series of systematic studies of unidentified flying objects (ufos) thousands of ufo reports were collected, analyzed and filed. Project blue book, the shuttered air force program tasked with looking into ufo reports, investigated 12618 sightings around the world. Project blue book reference report textual records of project blue book ( the.