City Action Destroys Thousands of Historic UFO Recordings
The story is now being told that in July of last year the city of Calimesa, California, destroyed one of the largest video and audio UFO collections in the world.
The city had hired a team of men wearing anti-bacterial suits and face masks to clean out the unsanitary home of a woman who had died a few days earlier.
The unique collection, which was kept in a garage, belonged to David Aaron whose massive collection of amateur video and interviews was called the “UFO video clearinghouse.” The story, not surprisingly, has some conspiracy overtones. Read all about it, click here
Also going down in flames are two bright red balls of light over Lawrence in New South Wales in Australia last Saturday. But the Flaming UFOs in Lawrence have been identified by an astronomer as one of many fireballs of February.
Wait, what month is this? Finally, we have Daniel Ropkin’s continuing story of The Positively True Story of Kenneth Arnold – Part Five. In this installment, we get the back-story to magazine publisher Ray Palmer sending Arnold to Tacoma to investigate the “Maury Island Incident,” Arnold’s second “flying saucer” sighting, as well as the first mysterious events at Arnold’s hotel.