For twenty-two years, from 1947 – 1969, the United States Air Force ran a trifecta of UFO research programs known as Projects Sign, Grudge and Blue Book. The public is most familiar with the latter of the three, undoubtedly due to the success of a History Channel series by the same name. However, lesser known to non-UFO-aficionados, is why those studies ended. That was due to a near fifteen-hundred page report generated by what was known as the Condon Committee, which convened from 1966-1968 at the University of Colorado, to evaluate whether the further study of UFOs was worth it. Spoiler alert: they concluded UFOs were not worth the time. However, something strange has happened to that report over the years. A chunk of it went missing within the main government agency that disseminates it.
This is the story…
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Additional details (original article) is at: https://www.theblackvault.com/documentarchive/astronaut-ufo-sightings-mysteriously-removed-from-government-ufo-study-here-they-are/
The link above also contained the original Condon report documents, along with a .pdf of only the missing pages.
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