Saturday, August 20, 2016

Roswell in the 21st Century - The Index

Given the logistics of getting this book done and published, there was no real opportunity to prepare an index. To me, this was a problem because I know how important an index can be. For those who need one, here it is. With the footnotes, and the names of the chapters, it should be easy for someone to find the specific passage or information that he or she wants. If we get into another edition, it might be possible to incorporate the index into the book.

Index for Roswell in the 21st Century:

A
Above Top Secret 270
Adair, Robin 56, 162
Air Force Attempt to Read Ramey Memo 373
Air Intelligence Report No. 100-203-79  241 – 243
Air Force Office of Special Investigation 250, 269, 272
Air Materiel Command 108
Ake, Marvin 324
Alamogordo Army Air Field 104
Albuquerque High School 340
Albuquerque Journal 24
Aldrich, Jan 298 – 299
Alexander, Colonel John 272
Alien Autopsy 166, 203
American Radio Network 332
AMC Opinion Concerning Flying Discs 237
Ames Research Center 172
Anaya, Pete 95 – 98
Anaya, Ruben 95 – 98
Anderson Diary 337
Anderson, Gerald 267, 325 – 350
Telephone Call to Randle 343 – 346
Anderson, Ted 337 – 338, 349
Anderson, Victor 337
Andrews Army Air Field 2
Angleton, James Jesus 303 - 304
Antoine, Dr. Daniel 200
Aquarius Telex 249 – 256, 268, 310 – 311, 314, 315
Area 51  296 – 297
Armstrong, Captain 43
Army Security Agency 291
Arnold, Kenneth 107, 109
Aztec UFO Crash 314

B
Baca, Harold 323 - 324
Bailey, Martin 270
Ballard’s Funeral Home 227
Balthaser, Dennis 215 – 218, 223
Barnett, Barney 105, 266 – 267, 319 – 321, 324, 329, 331, 335, 349, 353
Barnett, Ruth 105
Barrowclough, Lieutenant Colonel Robert 8, 234
Barton, Chester 73, 118, 245
Bat Cave 350, 353
Bean, Beverley (Brown) 60 – 62, 231
Beason, Joe 174, 179
Belyea Rob 379 – 380
Benitez, Jose de Jesus Zalce 188
Benjamin, Elias 99, 178
Benavidez, PFC Eleazar 99 – 100, 178, 230, 245
Bennewitz, Paul 250 – 252, 268
Berliner, Don 294, 299
Berliner/Friedman Statement on Anderson 347 – 348
          Friedman Repudiates Statement 348 – 349, 350 - 351  
Berlitz, Charles 130, 147, 163
Blanchard, Colonel William H 1, 2, 5, 8, 24 – 26, 34, 60, 86 – 87, 118, 133, 161 – 162, 206, 222, 227, 234, 245
          Blanchard’s Leave 117 – 118, 236
Bland, Dr. Larry 305,317
Bloecher, Ted 126 – 128
Blue Burry Lines 199, 394
Blum, Howard 264
Bodies 38, 58, 61, 88 – 87, 90 – 91, 96 – 98, 101 – 103, 230, 261
Boldra, Major Ellis 71
Bourdais, Gildas 216
Brainerd, Mayor Bill 87
Bragalia, Tony 64, 168, 172, 176 – 177, 179, 180 – 185, 190 – 191, 195, 197, 394
Brazel, Bessie (See Also Schreiber, Bessie) 45
Brazel, Bill 28 – 30, 41 – 44, 45, 55, 58, 68 – 69, 233
Brazel, Shirley 41
Brazel, William W. (Mack) 2, 23, 24 – 26, 35 – 39, 45, 49 – 51, 54 – 55, 67 – 68, 119, 126, 157, 161, 223, 227, 230, 233, 234, 235, 287, 371
          Little Green Men 38, 58
          Mentions Bodies 36
Brazel, Vernon 45, 68
Briefing for the President of the United States on the Subject of Unidentified Flying Vehicles 260
Briley, Lieutenant Colonel Joe 8, 117 – 118, 234, 245
Brown, Ada 62
Brown, Melvin 60 – 62
Brown, Rosemary 213
Brunelle, Richard L. 338
Burleson, Don 102, 186, 378 – 379, 393
Burn Memo 303, 304
Burrola, Moses 95
Buskirk, Dr. Winfred 331, 338 – 341
          Anderson in Buskirk’s Class 341 – 342
          Friedman on Buskirk 341 – 342

C
CAA (FAA) 358, 364 – 365, 370
Cahill, Helen 64, 113, 231
Cahn, J. P. 130
Campbell, Art 350
Canadian UFO Research Network (CUFORN) 252
Cantwheel, Thomas Cy 302, 306
Carey, Tom 35, 79, 99, 140 – 141, 155, 168, 173 – 178, 191 – 195, 202, 339 – 340, 342, 378 – 379, 385  
Carpenter, John 336 – 337, 343 – 346, 351
Carter Briefing 259, 263, 311, 314
Cashon, Major Charles 232
Cavitt, Sheridan 4, 30 – 31, 50, 59, 72, 74 – 76, 122, 132 – 135, 162
Chesney, Mark 209
Child of the Earth 64
CIA 131, 270, 304
Circleville, Ohio 128
Citizens Against UFO Secrecy (CAUS) 252
Civil Air Patrol 292, 293 – 294
Clark, Colonel Al 1, 2, 21, 111
Clark, Deputy Sheriff B. A. 29
Clear Intent 268
Clingerman, Colonel William 108
Collins, Curt 199, 202, 394
Colvin, Terry 39
Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (CSI) 284
COMSEC 299
Connors, Wendy 108, 215 – 218
Cooper, Tim 302 - 306
Corley, Linda 31, 146, 154 – 155, 157, 158
Corona, New Mexico 28, 287, 319
Crary, Dr. Albert 354 – 356, 362
Crary’s Diary 354 – 356, 358, 365 – 368,
Crash at Corona 130, 143, 295
Cseh, Major Thomas 250
Curtan, Major Edwin see Kirton, Major Edwin
Cutler, Robert 273, 274
Cutler – Twining Memo 249, 271, 272, 273 – 280, 314, 318

D
Daily Illini 9, 13, 235
Dallas Morning News 16, 21
Danley, J. F. “Fleck” 267, 321 - 322
Davis, Ronald L. 262
Debris Description 33, 42 – 43, 46, 47, 48, 52, 56 – 57, 67 – 80, 103, 132, 162, 233
Debris Field 53, 71 – 72, 159, 237
Dennis, Glenn 140 – 141, 172, 210 – 214, 227, 228, 245
Department of Defense 296
Department of Energy 131
Deuley, Tom 299
Dew, Adam 177 – 179, 189 – 190, 195, 203, 394
Dick, Hebert 350, 352 – 353
Directorate of Intelligence of the Air Force Headquarters 241
Dittert, Albert 352 - 353
Doble, Richard 187 – 188, 196 - 197
Dolan, Richard 99, 188, 190, 195
Doty, Richard 250, 252, 255, 260, 262, 311, 314
Downing, Ray 186, 393
Doxey, Denise 202
Drake, Robert J. 352
Dubose, Colonel Thomas J. 1- 4, 14, 21 – 22, 41, 111, 235, 373
Dugger, Barbara 92 – 93
Dwyer, Dan 65, 73, 113, 231


E
Easley, Major Edwin 41, 56, 73, 90, 112, 118, 234, 235, 245
Edwards, Frank 128, 129
Eighth Air Force Headquarters, 7, 17, 57
Einstein/Oppenheimer Memo 302 - 303
Eisenhower Briefing Document (EBD) 249, 255, 263 – 272, 281, 286 – 287, 289, 294, 307, 313, 314, 318
Eisenhower, Dwight David 259
El Indio -  Guerrero 289, 292
Erl, George 73
Escape Pod 229
Estes, Russ 375, 378 – 381
Exon, BG Arthur 80 – 82, 90 – 91, 105, 230

F
509th Bomb Group 29, 83, 127, 236
Falcon 253, 262
Fair Witness Project 270
Farr, Dave 352
Fat Man 156
Fawcett, Larry 268
FBI 16, 123, 131
Fernandez, Gilles 183
Fischer, John F. 284 – 285
Flying Saucers – Serious Business 128
Focus 270, 307
FOIA 250, 253
Foo Fighters 107
Foard, John 351 – 352
Foreign Technology Division 240
Forrestal, James 281
Fort Worth Army Air Field 13, 40
Fort Worth Star-Telegram 12, 23, 149, 158, 160, 235, 384
Foster Ranch 45
Friedman, Stanton 129, 143 – 144, 147, 163, 270 – 271, 274 – 275, 280, 305 – 307, 311, 313, 315, 317, 319 – 320, 322, 324, 329, 337 – 339, 350, 379
          Repudiates Statement 348 – 349, 350 - 351    
Fulford, Staff Sergeant Earl 79 – 80, 112
Fund for UFO Research (FUFOR) 78, 245, 255, 295
Further Deception: Moore and Shandera’s MJ – 12 Report 284

G
Galindo, Luis Antonio de Alba 188
Garret, Lieutenant Colonel George 108
Gaudard, Francois 200
General Accounting Office (Government Accounting Office) 120 – 121, 131 – 132, 295
Gerald Anderson: Disturbing Revelations 351
Gerald Anderson: Fact vs Fiction 342 – 343, 351
Gersten, Peter 252, 260
Ghost Rockets 108, 236
Godbee, Bill 367
Golubic, Victor 213 – 214
Gonzales, Thomas 98 – 99
Good, Timothy 60, 270
Graham, Lee 248, 268
Granik, Dr. Harold 90
Green, Carlene 91 – 92, 231
Greene, Cullen 20
Greenwood, Barry 268, 269, 271, 287, 372, 382 - 384
Grice, Herschel 156
Groom Lake 297
Ground Saucer Watch 291

H
Haines, Dr. Richard 372
Hall, Richard 255, 299, 311
Harris, Richard C. 224 - 226
Harrison, Colonel William H. 84
Harrison, Dr. Peter 352
Harston 123
Hastings, Robert 86
Haught, Warren 382
Haut, Walter 6, 10, 24 – 25, 34, 85, 127, 157 – 159, 205 – 228, 235, 245
          Affidavit 218 - 222
Headline Edition 24, 41
Henderson, Oliver W. (Pappy) 70 – 71, 82, 234, 245
Henderson, Sappho 82
Henn, Walter 172
Hieronimus and Company 332
Hillenkoetter Memo 305
Holmes, Sherlock 246 – 247
Hoover, J. Edgar 123 – 124
Houran, Dr. James 385 – 388
Howe, Linda Moulton 259 – 263, 312, 343
Hubble, Will 350
Humelsine, Carl 305
Huneeus, Antonio 267
Hurt, Wesley 352
Huyghe, Patrick 260  
Hynek, Dr. J. Allen 256

I
Idenikit Sketch 339, 341, 342
Ikram, Salima 202
Infinitely Indexed Memory Bank xx
International UFO Museum and Research Center 99, 102, 228

J
J. Allen Hynek Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS) 130, 245, 293
Jeffrey, Kent 234
Jennings, Lieutenant Colonel Payne 8, 83
Jerusalem Cricket 64, 231
JFK 304
Johnson, J. Bond 12 – 15, 18 – 21, 40, 235, 374 – 376, 381 – 382, 384 – 385  
Johnson, Shepard 197
Jorgensen, Martin 102 – 104
Joyce, Frank 6, 34 – 38, 49 – 50, 58, 231, 235
Journal of Scientific Exploration 386 – 387
Just Cause 248, 268

K
Kalberer, Colonel Alfred 22
Kaufmann, Frank 207 – 209, 227
Kellahin, Jason 13, 24, 56, 162
Kercher, Harriet 62 - 63
KGFL (Roswell Radio Station) 34, 49, 58
Kirby, John 377
Kirtland Air Force Base 250, 260, 268
Kirton, Major Edwin 16 – 17, 22, 235
Klass, Philip 140, 283, 306
KOB (Albuquerque Television Station) 35
Kodachrome 100, 177
Kodak 168
Kromschroeder, Dr. John 70 – 71

L
Larry (NASA Aerospace Professional) 169 – 172
Leed, William 323
Leprohon, Dr. Ronald 201
Littell, Max 228
Los Alamos National Laboratory 261
Lowry Air Force Base 91, 230
Love, Thaddeus 245
Lytle, Chester A. 86 – 87

M
Mabry, Thomas 118
Maccabee, Dr. Bruce 292
Macho Draw 74
Magruder, Colonel Marion M. 88 – 89
Maltais, Jean 319 – 320, 324
Maltais, Vern 105, 319 – 321, 324
Majestic 309
MAJIK – 12  256 – 258, 212, 316
Majority 262
Mann, Johnny 22, 151, 232
Mantle, Philip 200
Marcel, Hayes 155
Marcel, Major Jesse A. 2, 3, 7 – 8, 9, 11, 14, 22 – 23, 25 – 26, 29 – 33, 40, 51, 58 – 60, 71, 127 , 129, 132, 143 -164, 227, 231, 233, 234, 235
          Army Commendation Ribbon 152 – 153
          Marcel and the Alien Bodies 154 - 157
 Marcel College Degree 153 - 154
 Marcel Air Medals 146 – 147, 152, 163
 Marcel Flight Time 153 - 154
          Marcel Shot Down 145
 Performs an Appendectomy 152, 164
 Photos in Ramey’s Office 147 – 149, 150, 160, 232
Marcel, Jesse A. Jr. 33, 156 - 157
Marcel, Nelson 155
Marshall Foundation 305
Marshall, General George 305
Martin, Frances 352
Maussan, Jaime 190, 195 - 198
McAndrew, Captain James 111, 121, 135 – 142
McBoyle, Johnny 223, 230
McCoy, Colonel Howard 107 – 109, 243 – 245
McDonald, Dr. James A. 363
McGuire, Phyllis 29
McKnight, Daniel 352 – 353
McLaughlin, Commander Robert B. 363
McMullen, Major General Clements 1, 4, 21 – 22, 112
McQuiddy, Art 7, 87
Merlin, Peter 297
Mesa Verde Notes 190, 394 – 395
Midwest Conference on UFO Research 344
MJ – 12 Bogus 273
MJ-12 Documents: An Analytical Report 284
MJ – 12 (Majestic Twelve) 130, 249 – 318,
MJ – 12 Operations Manual 295 – 302
Mogul Flight No. 4 357 – 358, 364 – 368, 370 – 371
Montezuma Castle 199
Montoya, Joseph 95 – 98
Moore, Charles 119, 134, 236, 354 – 367, 369 – 371
Moore, William 12, 29, 31 – 32, 43, 45, 50, 53, 130, 147 – 149, 163, 250, 252, 253, 255 – 259, 262 – 267, 271 – 272, 280, 286, 291 – 292, 306, 307, 310 – 312, 315 – 318, 320
Morris, Neal 375 – 376  
Moseley, Jim 362  
MUFON 129, 144, 311, 314
MUFON UFO Journal 244, 286, 348, 350, 351

N
National Park Service 197
Navaho Lodge 352
NBC Nightly News 97
Newton, Irving 15, 17 – 18, 21 – 23, 25, 41, 127, 134, 151, 232, 235
New York University 119, 236, 362
Nickell, Joe 284 – 285
NOTAMs 359, 360, 365, 369

O
O’Brien, Mike 335
O’Connor, Richard 198 – 199
Oeschler, Bob 332 – 335
Office of Naval Intelligence 241  
Onstine, Dr. Suzanne 201
Operation Crossroads 152
Operation Majestic Twelve 281

P
Palmer, S. L. 190, 395
Pankratz, Herbert L. 297 - 298
Park Museum 190
Pflock, Karl 51, 53, 62, 64 – 65, 97, 145, 359 – 360, 362
Photo Interpretation Department (Pentagon) 186
Plains of San Agustin 266 – 267, 288, 316 – 353
Podzorski, Dr. Patricia 201
Porter, Robert 83, 234, 245
Pratt, Bob 32, 133, 145 – 147, 152, 256 – 258, 311 – 312, 315  
Printy, Tim 200
Proctor, Dee 59 – 60, 231
Proctor, Floyd 47 – 48, 55
Proctor, Loretta 47 – 49, 83
Proctor, Norris 49
Proctor, Tim 46 – 47
Project Aquarius 255, 256, 258, 263, 312
Project Aquarius – The Presidential Briefing 258 – 263
Project Aquarius – The Novel 256 – 258, 261, 315
Project Blue Book 122, 124, 262
Project Eviro 303
Project Excelsior 137
Project Garnet 261
Project High Dive 137
Project Mogul 111, 119, 133 – 135, 393
Flight No. 4 354 – 371
Project Parhelion 304
Project Parasite 303
Project Sigma 261
Project Sign 243
Project Skyhook 144
Project Snowbird 261
ProLab 379
Pyles, E. L. 245

R
Ragsdale, Jim 136 – 140, 245
Randle, Kevin 35, 135, 306, 307, 348 – 349, 350 – 351, 360, 362, 386 – 388    
Ramey, BG Roger 2, 4, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17, 19, 24 – 25, 40, 57, 66, 111 – 112, 127, 148, 235, 372 – 373, 384
Ramey Memo 186, 236, 372 – 395
Interpretations 374 – 383
Negative Condition 390 – 391
Priming 385 – 388  
Rasmussen, Colonel Darwin E. 91
Rawin Radar Targets 18
Ray, Bernerd 167, 169, 174, 179, 203
Ray, Hilda 167, 169, 174 – 175, 179, 203
Records Group 341  274 – 275
Recovery Operations SOM 1-01  296
Redfern, Nick 165 – 167
Reference Report on MJ – 12 (Revised) 276 – 279
Reese, Ed 276
Reeves, Lee 65
Report by the Joint Logistic Plans Committee the Joint Chiefs of Staff on Joint Logistics Plan for ‘Majestic’ 308 - 310
Report on the UFO Wave of 1947 126 – 128
Reynolds, Rich 165, 168
Rickett, Lewis (Bill) 72 – 74, 115, 132, 245
Roberts, George “Jud” 54, 94
Rodeghier, Mark 209, 299
Roswell Army Air Field 4, 9, 227, 235, 288, 360
Roswell Army Air Field Yearbook 60, 84 – 85, 228
Roswell Daily Record 56, 357, 378
Roswell Fire Department 63
Roswell Incident, The 22, 104, 105. 130, 151, 223, 291, 319, 324
Roswell: Inconvenient Facts and the Will to Believe 62, 145
Roswell Morning Dispatch 7, 13, 87
Roswell Report – Case Closed 136
Roswell Slides 165 – 204
Roswell Slides Research Group 189 - 191
Rowe, Frankie 63 – 65, 113 – 114, 231, 233 – 234
Rowlette, Sergeant Homer G. 91 – 92, 231
Rudiak, Dr. David 186, 377, 393

S
Saler, Benson 371
Saunders, Colonel Patrick 114 – 117, 234, 245
Sarbacher, Robert 172 – 173
Schiff, Congressman Steven 120, 142
Schmitt, Donald 28, 35, 67, 79, 130, 136, 140 – 141, 155, 168, 175, 177, 195, 202, 205, 208, 209, 372, 378 – 379, 393
Schreiber, Bessie Brazel 54
Schulgen, BG George 123, 240
Scientific Advisory Board 243
Secrecy Oaths 112 – 113
Self (Selff), Naomi 140 – 141, 212 - 213
Shandera, Jaime 13, 255, 263 – 266, 274, 280, 286, 306, 307, 322
Shanebrook, Robert 168
Showalter, Captain Roy 135
Shreveport UFO Crash 122 – 124
Shuster, Julie 99
Skeptics UFO Newsletter (SUN) 306
Skylook 291 – 292
Slemmons, Rod 178, 186, 393
Sleppy, Lydia 223 – 224, 245
Slusher, Robert 234, 245
Smart DeBlur 189
Smith, J. L. 65, 73
Smith, Sergeant Robert 76 – 79, 233
Sparks, Brad 286 – 287, 306, 359, 372, 384 – 385
Sparks, L. D. 55
Special Collections, University of Texas – Arlington 149, 375, 380
Spilhaus, Athelstan F. 134
Spitsbergen UFO Crash 124 – 126
Springfield Missouri News – Leader 335
Sprouse, Milton 83 – 85
SOM 1-01 Majestic-Twelve Group Special Operations Manual 296, 304
SOM 1-01 (Problems) 299 – 301
Southwestern Bell 343
Stacy, Dennis 244, 348
Steinman, William 175
Storaas, Frode 210
Strickland, Lyman 46, 67
Strickland, Marian 46, 55, 67
Strieber, Whitley 336 – 337
Stringfield, Len 129 – 130, 144 – 145, 147
Studio McBeth 186

T
Tadolini, Sallye 67 – 69, 233
Taylor Major Ralph 8
Technical Report No. 1, Balloon Group, Constant Level Balloon Project 358
Thau, Colonel Jeffrey 186 – 187, 393 – 394
Thomas, Dave 362
Todd, Robert 256, 257, 276, 362
Tom, Steve 144
Top Secret/ Majic Eyes Only 296
Torme, Tracy 252
Torres, Noe 294
Trakowski, Albert C. 134
Transformation – The Breakthrough 336
Truelove, Trudy 136
Truth about the UFO Crash at Roswell 114, 130
Truman, Harry 281
Truman Memo 249, 255, 281 – 286
Truman Signature 282, 285
Truth about the UFO Crash at Roswell 306
Tungate, Rick 209 – 210
Twining, Lieutenant General Nathan 108, 273
Twining Letter 237
Tyree, Tommy 47, 69 – 70
Tytell, Peter 283 – 285

U
UFOs Are Real 22, 152, 232
UFO Cover-up – Live 130
UFO Crash at Roswell 115 – 116, 130
UFO Crash at Roswell: Genesis of a Modern Myth 371
UFO Expo West 266, 322
UFO Iconoclast/UFO Conjectures 165
UFO Report – 1990, The 270
University of Pennsylvania 338
University of Texas – Arlington Library 378
Unsolved Mysteries 325, 329
Uriarte, Ruben 294
U.S. Weather Bureau at Richmond 242

V
Van Allen, Dr. James A. 363
Very Large Array Radio Telescope 327

W
Wagnon, David 213
Walker Air Force Base 288
Walker Field 288
Walsh, George 6, 7, 235
Watson Lab 363
WBAP 19
Weaver, Colonel Richard 50, 75 – 76, 111, 132 – 135
Western Apache, The 342
West, Sid 367
White Sands Missile Range (White Sands Proving Ground) 104, 369
Whitmore, Walt Sr. 51, 94
Whitmore, Walt Jr. 51 – 53,
Wilcox, George 2, 24, 35, 49, 92 – 93, 112, 234
Wilcox, Inez 92 – 94, 105, 112 – 113
Williams, Brian 97
Williamson, Jo Ann 276
Willingham, Robert 289 – 295, 316 - 317
Willmon, Anna 101 – 102, 230, 231
Witcamp, W. I. 101
Witness to Roswell 99, 178
Wood, Dr. K.D. 243
Wolfe, S. L. 201
Wood, Dr. Robert 298, 301 – 304
Wood, Ryan 298, 301 – 304
Woody, William 74
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (Wright Field) 8, 11, 16, 25, 82, 87, 89, 105, 108, 134, 230, 234, 240, 363
WWL-TV 22Y
Yates, BG Donald M. 23

Z
Zechel, W. Todd 289, 291, 292 – 294, 317
Zeta Reticuli 313
Zieler, Charles A. 371

Zingers 303

10 comments:

Brice said...

Thanks for the add Kevin! :)

Just wondering, has your manuscript or book been reviewed by other Roswell investigators (Schmidt, Carey...) ? If so did you get an opinion or any remarks?

Bob Koford said...

Good idea. That's the way to use the technology. :)

cda said...

One of the first things I do when looking at a non-fiction book before buying it is to have a peep at the index to see what topics are covered (not always obtainable from the chapter headings).

So I have to congratulate you on supplying this to prospective readers. From the index topics it does indeed capture my attention and I shall now search Amazon for the book, probably within a week.

So a big thank you - sincerely!

Terry the Censor said...

Now let's watch the flood of complaints from buffs who don't see their names in the index!

Terry the Censor said...

Glad you did this, Kevin. Most of the UFO books I've read have only my hand-made index on the end pages.

Terry the Censor said...

I've read A-F and believe I've found two small errors.

Holmes, Sherlock 246–245

Pagination should be: 246-247

Canadian UFO Research Network (CUFON)

Acronym should be: CUFORN

Gilles Fernandez said...

Hello Kevin,

In page 189, you seem to explain the deblur time-line made by RSRG, but got the facts wrong.

You wrote (I summarize too), May the 6th, Dew put online a scan of the placard because the criticism of the slides from the presentation and we deblurred "cause" we have downloaded it. Huu??????????

Dew put online a capture of the placard only because he and other believed and accusing us to have cheated the placard when we shared public our first results. The deblur processing then was already engaged and finished for the first lines.

Screenshoot of Adam site (he removed it after): http://www.anomalyarchives.org/public-hall/wp-content/uploads/adam-dew-claims-faked.png

Bragalia did the same in Rich'blog ("we cheated the placard" he claimed).

So A. Dew put online a good rezo of the placard only to accuse us to have cheated. Problem, RSRG obtained the same results and deblur with his own material too (as with the one provided by Bragalia). Hihi.

So, the deblur was not made FIRST from material Dew put online as you seem to explain to your readers.

The deblur was made or started May the 8th (and not the 6th) because one our contact in Mexico shared his material ( a good resolution of one the 2 slide) to José who shared it to us and Nab Lator looked at it. It was its material allowing the deblur, not the one we downwloaded in Adam' site...

You have the precise time-line in SUNlite 7-4, using logs from our FB privated page, pp.19-24: http://www.astronomyufo.com/UFO/SUNlite7_4.pdf

PS: you mispelled my name again, hihi ^^ Gilles Fernandez

Regards,

Gilles

Drake Gilliland said...

Excellent, just ordered my copy as well.

Roger H Werner said...

This seems about as appropriate a spot to discuss the 2002 Skip Site archaeological study so here goes. I commented to Mr. Randall previosly concerning the 1989 CUFOS study and touched on the 2002 study before I read the investigation report. Doleman certainly has courage that's for sure but then he has the reputation to laugh off any professional criticisms. I happen to think that archaeology and geoarchaeology are suited to the Roswell proble. Consider this: Bill Doleman went into the field with two professional archaeologists besides himself. He had to manage perhaps a dozen volunteers on a minimal budget, and he had to work around a half dozen schedules. I don't imagine the archaeology cost the SciFi channel more that @30k if that (UNM Office of Contract Archaeology billed the three man team at $1350/day. In 2000, we were charging a $1000.00 a day just for the principal (me). SciFi was getting one hell of a bargain.

I don't mean to be critical of Doleman's effort. He had to make compromises because of his volenteers and lack of money. But what really matters is that Doleman found nothing conclusive because SciFi did the job on the cheap. Considering the nature of the original deposit, I can't help but think if I were in charge, I would have used backhoe trenching to define stratigraphy. .5 meter square pits (we call them mini units) were ultimately a waste of time. Consider expections, I would have use 5 meter square blocks dug with shovels to 20 cm. The primary objective of the archaeology should have been to move dirt. The goal was to find alien artifacts. I would have dug levels using surfacce topography and minimized measuring. This is possible with a professional crew. I can eyeball 10cm with better than 95% accuracy. To much time was wasted on minutae. Who cares what depth the artifacts was found? If it was what was expected, and alien, the event is known rendering depth sort of pointless. I would have tried to move as much dirt as possible as fast as possible. I would have also carefuuly inspected the surface for a 1,000 meters in all directions. I understand some materials could be buried. But they founf Indian artifacts from hundreds of years ago on the surface. Sure, some alien items could have been buried but I doubt more than 20 cm. Ideally one should dig as deep as visible disturbance but Doleman hads his hands and feet tied. I've worked with volunteers oten and usually, they are end up costing more than using professionals.

On the positive sidem the ECM and metal detec tor surveys were a good idea but the metal detector should have covered the whole site--again SciFi working on the cheap. My biggest disappointment was with the aerials. With all the talk about a trough caused by the saucer skipping off the ground, one would expect a visible trench in the 1947 image. There isn't any that I can see but then I'm not looking at originals.

I wonder if this investigation did more harm than good. It gives the impression of meticulousness (it was meticulous) but I honestly believe the methods were less than desireable. Archaeology is a tool consisting of various methods. One always attempts to predict what will be found and than designs methods to capture suspected data with a margin of era for the unexpected.

I regret Doleman was underfundered because if he had trained archaeologists and a mapping team using infrared total station, and money to fully test the site he might have made an incredible discovery. In California we wouldn't call the 2002 study a test. We would call it extended survey which preceeds full testing and data recovery. Again, I think Dr. Doleman took on an impossible mission b ut if rolls were reversed, I would have done the work aleit in a slightly different way.

Terry the Censor said...

> KOB (Albuquerque Television Station

Needs a closing parenthesis ")" after "Station"

> Mosley, Jim 363

should be Moseley (also, the version on Amazon has him on page 362 only)

> UFO Iconoclast/UFO Conjectures 165
> UFO Conjectures 165

a double listing