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Captain Edward J. Ruppelt
January 19, 2014
10:46 am
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magonia17
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Capt Edward Rupplet wrote a book entitled Report on UFOs in 1952. Many cases of encounters with UFOS and military aircraft were mentioned. To date not one of these major cases has been declassified or found or acknowledged. Some of stories and quotes have been declassified including the famous Twining memo in which the Captain quote from.

What happened to those documents that were labelled "insufficient data" and "CP" (Crack Pot)(those that came into close contact with UFOs and their occupants)? They did a disappearing act.

If these records from the 1950s are still classified what chance do we have of seeing records which are current?

I was advised some time ago of a warehouse just out side Washington DC which stores vast amounts of classified material some beyond the Top Secret classification, maybe that is where they are stored?

December 8, 2014
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Ruppelt's book The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects was first published in 1956. He had to get it past the Air Force sensors and used a clever trick to fool them. He mentions things reported by other investigators and then does not deny it. This in effect confirms what they found. For just one example, Frank Scully reported in his book Behind the Flying Saucers 1950 that the recovered alien space craft were taken to Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Ruppelt writes in a humorous tone that just before he left Blue Book he looked them over. And then goes on without comment. The Air Force discovered its mistake and forced Ruppelt to reissue the book with additional chapters that seem to contradict the original. He then died shortly after so no one could ask him about it. JROD tells me that a government agent poisoned him.

When you can go out and see the universe, who wants to go look at a Russian submarine? (Melvin C. Riley, US Army Remote Viewer)

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