Monday, August 06, 2012

Second Revelation at MUFON Symposium Concerns New Evidence On 1953 Kingman, Arizona UFO Crash

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1953 Kingman, Arizona UFO Crash

UFO crash sites detailed: Drew revisits Kingman, Arizona story

By Roger Marsh
     More than six years of intensive research has uncovered two “pristine UFO crash sites” in Kingman, AZ, that occurred over a four-day period in May 1953, according to UFO researcher Harry Drew who made the announcement Sunday, August 5, 2012, at the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) annual symposium in Cincinnati.

This was the second anticipated "blockbuster UFO discovery" MUFON promised at its three-day conference. On Friday, August 3, Executive Director David MacDonald announced that 60 volumes of “meticulous UFO research over 30 years” by the late Ufologist Leonard H. Stringfield were donated to MUFON.

According to Drew's web site, the researcher “uncovered evidence the Kingman UFO crash story was the blending of two separate UFO crashes that happened four days apart near Kingman, AZ, in May 1953.” . . .

1 comment :

  1. I saw about this on tv and I knew my father was in arizona about that time. He was Air Force. He told me about a crashed ufo he saw when I was much younger .I never realized until now this could be what he told me about. I never was able to get much info and it seemed he never really felt comfortable talking about it.


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