Saturday, October 27, 2007

NASA to look for papers on UFO incident

NASA has agreed to search its archives once again for documents on a 1965 UFO incident in Pennsylvania, a step the space agency fought in federal court.

The government has refused to open its files about what, if anything, moved across the sky and crashed in the woods near Kecksburg, Pa., 40 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.

My guess? Soviet space junk. But I won't be satisfied until NASA plays fair.


Anonymous said...

NASA won't even release its recent study on air safety citing concerns in regards to public confidence. An 8.5 million dollar study exists that you can't see.

Why should you see the study? You only pay the taxes that pay for such studies and use the airline industry for your long distance travel needs. You have no concerns, your government agencies have your well being at heart... please believe them.

There are no UFO's and there is no evidence in government documents that would prove the contrary. It's simple, that is why you must be denied the information you seek.

You see, otherwise you would be endangering homeland security unnecessarily. Never misunderestimate your government, you’ll be a lot safer that way!

Anonymous said...

I predict, despite Leslie Kean winning her lawsuit to force NASA to search for any undisclosed data or files about the Kecksburg incident, again, that NASA will say, after several months of re-searching their files, that nothing was found.

I think space junk can be eliminated, as there _was_ a Russian Cosmos 96 Venera probe that did come down over Canada that day, but several hours and hundreds of miles away from when and where the Kecksburg witnesses observed something coming down in their area at about 4:45 pm the day of the "crash."

Also, space junk does not make U or S shaped turns in descent; it comes down in a fairly linear fashion. Could it have been some secret US military or intelligence satellite? Possibly, but that would be a real stretch.

See: for further information or google cosmos 96 and Kecksburg.

In 2005, as a result of the CFI/Kean FOIA lawsuit, NASA claimed that they had recovered some space junk debris, had done research about the recovered fragments, but had "lost" the fragments and all the documentation associated with it. This was after denying they had any materials or documentation. How very convenient.

Add in the multiple witnesses to this scenario, who observed something coming down out of the sky, to allegedly some witnesses observing an acorn-shaped object resting in the woods before the military showed up, Army personnel guarding the site, diverting traffic, and stopping curious civilians from getting near the crash site, plus some large object under a tarp being carried away on a large flatbed truck, and you have a very interesting mystery.

What actually landed in Kecksburg? I don't have a clue, but it was definitely _something_, and the US Government, military, NASA, and others have denied it since 1965. But there were too many witnesses to deny that anything landed. The incident was covered-up, and will continue to be covered up, despite CFI's court win.

National security laws, and secret executive branch provisions via EO's and PDD's authorize cover-ups and false stories being leaked as required by military and intelligence agency decisions.

Folks, the relevant agencies and personnel have had over 40 years to withdraw and eliminate any relevant files and evidence. Does anyone really think that this judicial decision is really going to produce some "smoking gun"?

I don't. Too much time has passed.