July 18, 2015
So I am new at really getting into the UFO topic so hopefully I wont sound too dumb.
I recently read the books The Flying Saucers are Real by Donald Keyhoe and The Report on Flying Objects by Edward J. Ruppelt. They both write about UFO reports from Kenneth Arnold being what started the UFO "craze". I am surprised though that neither ever mentioned the Roswell case. I mean the army did send out a press release that they had found a crashed "flying saucer". I just would've thought that it would've been included in at least one of their books. Anyways I just wanted to point that out and see if anyone knew why it was never included in these early books.
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