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I Vol. 1 - N 3 . 10 Let 's Separate

I SKrnOK EDITOR GETS EXPrnTS ' VTEWS


ON UFO F I M AT IfILINE, ILL.

Ted P h i l l i p s , Jr., SKYL30Kts a b l e a s s i s t a n t


e d ~ t 3 r ,has d;ne i t again! H i s p e r s i s t e n t
MAY BE LIFE ON MARS, 'SAYS SPESLKER
Mr. Louis Desjardens, of Tulsa, introduce(
as a g e o l o g i s t with e x t e n s i v e t r a i n i n g i n
photo i n t e r p r e t a t i o n and as one of t h e l e s d i ~
e f f o r t s t o o b t a i n more information on UFO amature m t r o n m e r s i n this country, w a s t h e
sighting6 than i s given by t h e p r e s s o f t e n mdn speaker a t t h e Oklahoma s e c t i o n of P R O ,
pays o f f , and through correspodence, he now held st t h e Cmtral U b r e r y i n Tulsa, Wy 15,
has more t o add t o t h e r e p o r t of t h e UFO Sigh- Without aAmitt1x-g a p e r s o n a l b e l i e f i n
ted and filmed over b l i n e , Ill., on W c h 9, UFO'B, Mr. Desjdens, msumsd t h e i r p o ~ o i b l t
1967 e x i s t e n c e f o r t h e purpose of his t a l k . It i s
The s i g h t i n g was reported by t h e A.P.R.O. v e r y u n l i k e l y t h e y originate o u t s i d e our
BULLETIN and t h e NATIOW EIQUIRER, amOW s o l a s s y e t a , he seys, because of t h e g r e a t
o t h e r news media a t t h e time. d i s t e n c e s involved and t h e time required t o
B i l l Fisher, age 32, a h l l n e policem~bn, t r a v e l such diotances. The i d e a of speed
d i d not b e l i e v e i n f l y l n g saucere, b u t he g r e a t e r thant h e speed o f l i g h t i s hard t o
frequently scanned t h e s b because he comid- conceive.
ered it a p a r t of bis duty t o be a b l e t o iden- If UFO's do o r i g i n a t e i n our s o l a r system
tify a i r c r a f t and he w a s proud of his a b i A t y t h e most l i k e l y p l a c e i s Mars, he suggests. :
t o do so. And what he saw i n t h e s k i e s over w p e a r s chemically end p b y s i c d l y p o s s i b l e
1 - i ne t h a t afternoon a t 1:30 o'clock did not t h a t l i f e could have evolved on Mars much
. m b l e anything he had seen before. L t d i d on Earth. I n f a c t , h e f e e l s t h e evol-
He spotted t h e o b j e c t when he stopped at utionary procesa on WBcould have occurred
t h e Sacred Heart School t o speak t o his con, nore rapidly t h e r e because t h e r a r i f l e d a t -
age 12, and t h e two, along K i t h o t h e r students nosphere would not s c r e e n o u t s o maDy cosmic
and one of t h e S i s t e r s (who l a t e r did not w a n t rays
-to discuss i t ) watched t h e b r i l l i a n t o b j e c t .. . - (continued on p w e s i x )
f o r about t h r e e minutes. M s h e r s a i d t h e
p b j e c t had an o u t l i n e s b l l a r t o a f o o t b a l l
p n d he estimated .it t o be &out 30-40 feet
s m UNKNOJNS TO PuBLISrntS m
Tong and a mile t o a mile and a h a l f away a t J o h F. Kuhns, SKYTQOK's publisher, has
a n a l t i t u d e of around 4000 f e e t . ( ~ was e later noved i n t o a h m e of ibis own, t o g e t h e r w i t h
given eye t e s t a and a l t i t u d e eotFmation t e s t s 4rs. Kuhns, and b s o set & his am home l a b .
by t h e A l r Force which found him t o b e accura He ha8 &enerously/offered t o attempt an
ate. ) malysis of aqy u n k n ~ yttalss, e t c . which
The policeman watched two minutes and w a s nay b e suspected t o b e of 1 UFO o r i g i n , using
s o "completely flabbergasted" he did not t h i n k d s own I& f a c i l i t 4 e s and t h o s e of t h e
of h l s 8mm movie camera t h a t he had wlth him. J.~I.K.c: Chemistry ~ e p ' a r t h e n t .
Then by t h e time he had t h e camera adjusted, Ml your specimens t o ' J o h n F . Kuhns a t
t h e object was moving awsy and disappearing xI.8 new address: 311 E. 48th St., Kansas Cii
~ - n dwhat he a c t u a l l y filmed was a secdnd ob-
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3 e c t which appeared as t h e first one vd mov-
"fig aww. The second one hovered a t 3000 feet 8 1

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By Ted P h i l l i p s , Jr.
SAGA-- ~ - u " U~n i d e~n t i f -i e d Underwater
kiucers" b y ~ o a nWhritenour and Brad S t e i g e r .
$2.00 p e r y e a r , p u b l i s h e d once a month. FATE--July--"Dr. Hermann Obreth Looks a t
Send s u b s c r i p t i o n s t o t h e P u b l i s h e r : n?O'st'.
John F a r r e l l Kuhns SCIENCE & MECHANICS--July--"Ithacals
311 E a s t 4 8 t h S t r e e t ' e r r i f y i n g F l y i r i S a u c e r Epidemic".
Kansas C i t y , MLssouri MEN MAGAZINE-- July- - "13 New F l y i n g Saucer
64- X o r i e s t h e P e n t q o n Cm't Hush Up" b y
Jacques V a l l e e . A review or' some of t h e
Send r e p o r t s t o t h e E d i t o r : :e-' good UFO s i g h t i n g s .
Mrs. Norma S h o r t SAGA--July--"lQsterious Gass A t t a c k s " b y
BOX 129 John A. Keel.
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We hope you l i k e t h e improved app-


e a r e n c e of SiCYIaOX. We do---but it i s c o s t -
By Ted P h i l l i p s , Jr.
It raight b e i n t e r e s t i n g t o n o t e t h a t a
comet i s v i s i b l e i n t h e c o n s t e l l a t i o n Cass-
iopeia, located d i r e c t l y north of P o l a r i s ,
i n g us! And t h e t i x e comes when t h e o l d t h e North S t a r . The comet was v i s i b l e t h r o u g h
sock, t h e sugar b o x l , and t h a t " s p e c i a l b i n o c u l a r s d u r i n g t h e middle o f May and may .
fund" LLL come up a p t y . When you =e o p e r a t become a naked eye o b j e c t as it approaches
i n g i n t h e r e d , no m a t t e r how many t i m e s t h e sun.
you add m d s u b t r a c t , zero s t i l l comes o u t Another a s t r o n o n d c a l n o t e : The Pons-Winn-
zero. ecke meteor shower w i l l b e v i s i b l e between
So w e ' r e g o i n s t o have t o r a i s e t h e June 27 and June 30. Also t h e Cygnid meteor
s u b s c r i p t i o n p r i c e from $2.00 p e r y e a r t o shower on J u l y 111. J u l y 18 t h r o u g h July 30
$3.00--but :e c s u s e we a r e t r u l y g r a t e f u l w i l l p r e s e n t t h e C a p r i c o r n i d meteor shower.
t o o u r old s u b s c r i b e r s who have s t a y e d w i t h
us d u r i n g all t h e g r o v i n g p a i n s of o u r first
y e a r , w e ' r e g i v i n g you t h e o p p o r t u n i t y t o
CONGRESSMAN CALIS FOK INVESTIC;ATI~N
renew your s u b s c r i p t j o n a t t h e o l d p r i c e
u n t i l 1 t h e July i s s u e r e a c h e s you i n t h e b u F a r i s h , o f P l u m e r v i l l e , Ark., sends
m a i 1. us rn a r t i c l e from t h e ARKAIEAS GAZE?TE o f
You nay s e e SKYWOK l l s t e d a t $3.00
May 2,1968, r e p o r t i n g t h a t Rep. J. Edward
i' o u r yn eexwt ii sns uo et hiesr os auut ,c ebr umagazines
p e r before
t t h e above s t i l l
Roush e en. I n d . ) c a l l e d f o r a congression-
al probe of UFO's. He quoted from LOOK'S
a p p l i e s t o Yc3U. r e c e n t a r t i c l e highly c r i t i c a l o f t h e Condon
Color u s green. s t u d y and suggested t h a t Congress t a k e over
t h e s t u d y from t h e Air Force.
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was ub view f o r 30-45 oeconds on t h e flh. It S4UCE.R SCOOP, a monthly magazine whose p o l i -
seemed t o have two centers of r e f l e c t a n c e , onc cy i i s " t o p r i n t dl p e r t i n e n t d a t a r e l a t i v e
i n s i d e t h e other." t o t h e UFO f i e l d i n g e n e r d ** a n t t o pre-
The nlm urn &o seen by t h e U.S.A.F., two mat lX72'Il s i d e s of any c o n t r o v e r l a l subJect
r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s from Northvestern University, ?t%xd t o t h e b e s t of our knowledge TRUTH."
and by D r . Allen Utke, APRO conoultant. The The p r i c e i e $$.00 p e r year.
l a t t e r interviewed Officer F i s h e r and reported b b . Whrit,enour and Brad S t e i g e r authored
he did not f e e l F i s h e r elaborated i n any wuy "UPIiderrtif ed Undemater Saucers" i n t h e
on w h a t he saw. ; m e Pssue of SAGA and a r e working on a book
M r . W i l l l a m T. Parers, Department of Aotron- t o be published t h i s summer.
OW a t Northwestern ~ n i v e r s i t y , and Dr. J.
m e n Hynek's a s s i s t a n t , krmte: "The b l i n e
movies (standard &nm) did show m object. It
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w a s about 1/50 of t h e frame width wide, m d wa MZTFORITE HITS BIJILDIIT.3


i n t h e shase of a fizzy oval. The image w a s 6 C Denver, plagued by mysterious earthquakes
s m a l l , and t h e e f f e c t s of t h e atmosphere v a w r f o r ~ i years,
x now has had n r a t h e r r a r e
i n g s o badly, t h a t t h e r e were no two frameo v i s t o r from o u t e r space, a n e t w r i t e .
U k e , t h a t i s i n which t h e imwe had e x a c t l y S c i e n t i s t s of t h e S m i t b o l l i m InstBtueo'
t h e same shape. During t h c exposures t h e image National bhseum reported t h e y h d indentif'ie
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ffioving away. F i s h e r was very d i s a ~ p o i n t e di n ripped a small h o l e i n t h e roof of a Denver


t h e photographic r e s u l t s , s t a t i n g t h a t his warehouse. Thay s a i d i t ' s one of t h e few
,-.ided v i s u a l d e w was much c l s m e r - - h e didn' meteorites i n recorded h l s t o r y known t o
4 of t h e camera u n t i l t h e s i g h t i w w a s h v e demged b u i l d i n g s . Most of them, f o r -
' i over. F i s h e r i s s o l i d end r e l i a b l e ; tuplrstely, have f a l l e n i n vacant areas.
nobody suspects t r i c k e r y of q l d n d . Unfort,w- KANS4S C I T Y STAR, hky 24.
a t e l y t h e movies do not contain enough i n f o r m
t i o n t o enable us t o say wlaat t h e o b j e c t we8
o r w a s not. According t o F i s h e r ' s dessrkpbionn S A u m SCOOP
t h e object was a s i l v e r y oval; t h e r e were two Pv.bHsbed every month; twelve times a
seen i n succesopm. but t h e photograph were : y8ard~4urp o l i c y i s t o p r i n t all per-
taken only of one ." t i n e n t d a t a r e l a t e d t o t h e UFO F i e l d i n
general. -r e g a r d l e a s of any Organization-
M r . P h i l l i p s sums It up: "Based on t h e l e t 4
ters it would seem t h s t t h i s i s a very good al a f f i l i a t i o n e . We a l s o p r i n t Ebth
s i g h t i n g . Two o b j e c t s of unlmown o r i g i n were side0 of any c o n t r o v e r ~ j i a ls u b j e c t with-
observed by M r . F i s h e r and by s e v e r a l o t h e r i n t h i s f i e l d , g i v i n g both equal oppor-
people; one was filmed. Although t h e f i l m w a s '~;'3tbQfip 'a@ apace:.fof -QdeQuate remarks.
not of t h e b e s t q u a l i t y , it does show t b t an I n order t o a s s u r e t h e r e a d e r complete
obdect of some s o r t w a s t h e r e . I t h i n k we have coverage of UFO events, we maintain
h e r e anotherWhard"r e p o r t which, when addlea t o exchanges of i n f o ~ v l a t ~ i owni t h 80 o t h e r
t h e ever growing number of " W " reports UFO p u b l l c a t i o m and crgani zations.
i n c r e a s e s t h e evidence frLr t h e UFO phenomenon
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A group of Qdvlsors (dult UFO r e s e a r c h e r s )


work
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w i t h t h e y o m g people, and yolrr e d i t o r
I T WASN'T ECHO I has been icvLted t o s e n r e . Before a c c q t i w ,
S e v e r a l t i m e s i n r e c e n t weeks, u d d e n t i - we m o t e TFn, remLndii7g h i m o u r p o l i c y i s t o
f i e d b r j g h t o b j e c t s i n t h e sw have b e e n ex- " s q s a t e f ~ c from t f a n t a s y " and wc a x e i n d 2
p l a i n e d as p r o b a b l y h e i r 4 Echo I. The &J 2 3 ~ t e r e o t e d i n honest r e p o r t a b y r e s p o n e i b l e
i s s u e o f t h e KANSAS CITY TIbIES r e p o r t s : "Fcho c i t i z e ~ ? s E.S opposed t o t a l e s o f s a u c e r r i d e s
I, a man-made s t a r i n t h e heavens for. almost e t c . Tim a0sure.s UB his group i s " i n b e r e n t e d
e i g h t y e a r s , s t i l l has t h e e x p e r t s gueasirtg o r d y i n s c i e n t i f i c and o b j e c t i v e i n v e a t i g a -
as t o when i t ' s going t o plunge down t o a t o m aud inveo t i g s t f om" wherenpon we g l a d l y
f i e r y death." j o i n hin groLp.
I n t h e A p r i l i s s u e of SKYTi3OK we mentioned The enthmiasrn of youth s h o u l d n e v e r b e
t h e f l a s h o f l i g h t s e e n a c r o s s New Hampshire underestimated and is a pawerflil f o c t o r i n
and C o n n e c t i c u t March 27, t h o u g h t by some t o any c a w e , m d one of t h e s e young s t u d e n t s
b e Echo I. A j e t p i l o t flying at 17,000 feet, may b e t o m o m ' s s c i e n t i o t s t o c o n t r i b u t e
between H a r t f o r d and Boston, r e p o r t e d he a a t h e most t o t h e s t u d y o f u f o l o w .
a b o u t 100 m i l e s s o u t h o f B o ~ t o n&out 7:05 If you wou3-d l i k e t o become a memberi*o%f
p.m. when h e saw t h e f l a s h go acl-oso t h e ~ k y , this o r g a n i z a t i o n , o r t o l e a r n more about i t s
moving fion. t h e n o r t h e a s t o t t h e southrrest. work b e f o r e d e c i d i n g , w r i t e Tlm Kuhlme,nn,
L a t e r a group cf a s t r o n o q y f a a s I n Keene, N. lV[1+l S.W. 17, Oklahom~C i t y , Okla., 73108.
H., r e p o r t e d t h a t t e n members s m e f l a s h i n SKYLX)OK e x t e n d s a warm welcome t o SIUFO.
t h e n o r t h e r n sky, and it w a s also r e p o r t e d W e h q e you w i l l b e c m e o u r r e a d e r s and o u r
f r o h Manches Ler, , New Hampshire. re-por'ied. Write t o o u r e d i t o r s and w e ' l l do
&I )larch 29, Dr. Jospeh H. Senr~e, c h a i r - olu
m a-
r- b e st t m u & n y ~ & ~ -
man of t h e department o f c i v i l e n g i n e e r i n g
a t t h e U n i v e r s i t y of Mlssou.1 a t Hollc, S i n c e 1962 UFO megazine has p u b l i s h e d
s t a t e d "Itma b i t d o u b t N m t o whether it only the material t h a t t h e e d i t o r s
was Echo I .. .I wouldn't t h i n k t h e s a t e l -
l i t e would aake t h a t l a r g e e. f h h . "
feel t o b e worthy of s c i e n t i f i c u s e t o
t h e r e a d e r s . We have e x t e n s i v e l y i n -
We s t i l l d o n ' t know what t h e b r i g h t f l n s h vestigated both theories r e g d i n g
was, b u t we do k n o ~ inow t h a t it c o u l d n ' t t h e e l u s i v e d i s k s as w e l l as UFO
-
have been . IEcho I.
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s i g h t i u g n t h m s e l v e s . Each i s s u e con-
t a i n ~feacinti.ting t h e o r y as weU
ANX'HXR OPINION m numerous U F O s i g h t i n g repo.rts from
P r o f . F . Graham Smith of Exdand ' e J o d r e l l mound t h e world. We f e e l that you
B a n l c Observatory s t a t e s t h a t he and o t h e r , r i l l enjoy each q u a r t e r l y i s s u e .
radio astronomers t h e r e have been convinced
s i n c e last Beptember t h e r a d i o s i g n a h from A ye=Iy s u b s c r i p t i o n t o UFO ~.iGAZINE
o u t e r s p a c e a r e f m m uninhabited o b j e c t s . io $2.03. P.O. Box 2708, Cleveland,
S i n c e c o n s i d e r a b l e p u b l i c i t y has b e e n W o kkll.1. Also a s k f o r o u r r e c e n t
g i v e n t o Cambridge U n i v e r s i t y ~ c i e n t i s t s ( u h o b o o k a s t !'
f i r s t d i s c o v e r e d t h e r a d i o waves) f e e l i n g Y--P--c---
t h e x e i s a p o s s i b i l i t y t h e signds are R u m
intelligent b e i n g s , we p r e d i c t t N o t o p i c i s UFO IN ILLINOIS
5ojng t o b e kicked about q u i t e a b i t b e f o r e Jtq k \ J i t t , 16, and S t e v e n Richardson, 15,
& $ f L n u l ~ ; l i C ; ~ ~ . v i e Vernon, Ill., r e p o r t e d s e e i n g en u n i d e n t -
Lfled fwng o b j e c t t h e n i g h t - o f A p i l 30bh.
SmO SEXlG b m S Lhey rrere a t t h e Richsrdcon horn and c a l l e d t o
tin^ KuhJmann, D i r e c t o r o f SIXTO ( ~ t u d e n t ~ l thclr p m e n t ~who a l s o a m object with .
I n v e s t i g a t i o n of UFO'E.), w r i t e s SICS?.QM his n d l l i e n f4ashing w'nite l i g h t s which seemed
o r g a n i z a t i o n i s s e e k i n g new r a d b r s from to h o v e r i n t h e o k y , t h e n moved o f f t o t h e
everywhere. 30~1th at great speed. The f l a s h i n g lights
This group i s composed of s t u d e n t s between wved h r n l e r t t o r i g h t l i k e d i r e c t i o n d
t h e a g e s of 12 and 17 y e a r s and " t h e w i n : ; i p a h on l e t e model cexs. All f o u r obfiervers
p u r p s c of t h e SIUFO i s t o u n i t e t h e e f f o r t s ?a-c 6 ~ ~ t&ob;lect
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day o f M w last p a s t i n t h e a f t e r n o o n e , 16-46 a c a l l w i t h p e r f e c t n a t e s and s t o p s , much
* * * * t o warne and m a k e n t h e E a s t e r n As- edmired b y all t h a t heard i t .
. s o c i a t i o n , w i t h t h e Southerne parts of t h e And t h e l i k e M i l i t a r y sour,d was heard i n
Kingdoue. S u f f o l k upon t h e same day, and i n o t h e r p a r t s
About New- W k e t i n t h e County o f C a w - , of t h e E a s t e r n A s s o c i e t i m .
b r i d g e , t h e r e were s e e n by d i v e r s honest, I n a l l t h e s e p l a c e s t h e r e was g r e a t Thunder
s o b e r and c i v i l l persons, end men ,of good d i t h Raine and H a i l e - s t o n e s of e x t r a o r d i n a r y
c r e d i t , t h r e e men i n t h e Ayse striving, bignesse and r x n d , w i t h some hollow l i k e r i n g
s t r u g g l i n g and t u g g i n g t o g e t h e r , one of them From: B r i t i s h Museum L i b r a r y .
having a drawn sword i n his hand, from which C r e d i t : Spacelink, 1 5 Freshwater Court, Craw- . . . .
Judgement God i n mercy p e r s e r v e t h e s e t h r e e
Kingdomes, of England," ScotLaJld, and I r e -
land, from m t h e r c o n f l i c t s and blood. THE FIRST UFO?
B e t w i d Newmarket and Thetf ord i n t h e The Rev. D r . Webb G a r r i s o n , ~f E v a n s v i l l e ,
f o r e s d d eountyof Suffolk, t h e r e w a s observ- Ind. t h i n k s t h e f i r s t r e c o r d e d r e p o r t of a
ed a _ ~ i l l aorr a Cloud t o ascend from t h e JFO i s given i n the f i r s t chapter of Ezekiel
e a r t h , w i t h t h e b r i g h t hilts o f a .word in t h e Bible. Ezekiel t e l l s of seeing a
to-dards t h e bottom of it, which p i l l a r d i d s t r a n g e machine from t h e sky l a n d n e a r t h e
ascend i n a p y t m i d m . form, and fashioned X e b a r River i n Chaldea--now I r a q .
i t s e l f ' i n t o forme o f a p i k e o r l a n c e , w i t h The c r a f t was "gleaming bronze" l i k e a
c v e r y accwte p o i n t o u t o f t h e S e e b u t 'wheel w i t h i n a wheel," E z e k i e l d e s c r i b e s it
d i d n o t engage i t s e l f . md occupied by c r e a t u r e s fromed l i k e men b u t
The f i r s t Speare which came down fmm a i t h f o u r f a c e s . "The f o u r wheels had rims
Heaven p o i n t blacnk, was af'ter a whi3.e e l e - 3nd t h e y had spokes; and t h e i r rims were f u l l
vated h i g h e r , m d t h s t s p i r e o r S p e m e .. 2f eyes round abaut * * * when t h e l i v i n g
which went up f r o = t h e e a r t h , ascended a f t e r x e a t u r e s rGse from t h e e a r t h , t h e wheels r o s e
it, t o e i ~ c o u r ~ t e9r t h i t a second time. Lansing, Mich.
This continued about an houre and a ' h a l f e
A t Spohm i n t l i e Count;y of Cambridge R-
f o r e s a i d , c b a l l of w i l d - f i r e f e l l upon t h e
e a r t h , which b w n t up and poyled about an
Aker o f Graine, m d when it had r o l l e d and
r w m d u2 m d down t o t h e t e r r o r ~f many
p e o p l e and socle Townesmen t h a t s e e it, i t .
d i s s o l v e d ,u13 l e f t a most sulpherous s t i n c k
behind i t .
Also a t Caxi~ertoni n t h e County afooe-
s a i d , d i v e r s of' t h e Trayned Bands b e i n g met
e s t a ~chrster, d i d behold t h e f o m e of a
s p i r e S t e e p l e i n t h e Skye, w i t h d i v e r s Sword
s e t m-ound it.
Also a t Bradon i n i;he County o f Norfolke
t h e i n h a b i t a n t s were f o r c e d t o come o u t of
t h e i r houses t o behold a P i k e o r l a n c e des-
cendirig downward from Heaven. The b r d i n
mercy b l e s s and ? r e s e r v e his Church and s e t -
t l e Peace and t r u t h mong o u r Church men.
I n Brandon ' i n t h e County a f o r e s a i d
was seen a t t h e same t i m e a Navie o r F l e e t
of Ships i n t h e a y r e , s w i ~ ? t l yp a s s i n g under
Sayle, w i t h F l w s and s t r e m e r s ham_ged o u t ,
a s i f t h e y were r e a d y t o g i v e encounter.
I n Marshaland i n t h e County of Norfolk
a f o r e s a i d of K i n g s L i m e , a Captain, and 8
Lieutenml;, w i t h d i v e r s o t h e r persons of
c r e d i t , d i d . h e a r e i n t h e tir;ie of T h u n d e r , a
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1 c r e d i t a b i l i t y gap, w a i t u n t i l t h e y l i s t e n
;o Dr. S t r a n g e s . We c a n ' t h e l p f e e l i n g t h i s
LIFE ON MARS--CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3Im lex o r g a n i z a t i o n i s s t a r t i n g o u t on t h e
These r a y s a r e thought t o a f f e c t genes and mong f o o t , and t h i s i s r e g r e t t a b l e . We do
a u s e m u t a t i o n s ; hence t h e more cosmic r a y s l o t doubt t h e i r s i n c e r e i n t e n t t o became
t r i k i n g l i v i n g c r e a t u r e s t h e more m u t a t i o n s , 3erious s t u d e n t s of ufology--and when t h e y
nd t h e more r a p i d l y t h e e v o l u t i o n a r y p r o c e s s l i g ' a l i t t l e deeper i n t o t h e s u b j e c t , we
ould t a k e p l a c e . The laws o f e v o l u t i o n , Mr. ; r u s t t h e y w i l l drop t i e - i n ' s w i t h t h e kook

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Desjardens s a y s , would i n d i q t e t h a t p h y s i c a l :lement and t u r n t o r e s p o n s i b l e l e a d e r s i n
shapes would e v o l v e under t h e erlvironaent on ;he f i e l d .
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Mars much a s t h e y would h e r e . ' It i s & t e
o n c e i v a b l e t h a t c r e a t u r e s s i m i l a r t o man may
have evolved. One b i g d i f f e r e n c e might b e t h e
bsence of l u n g s i n animal l i f e on Mars. The
tmosphere t h e r e c o n t a i n s about 5% oxygen,
h e r e a s o u r s c o n t a i n s about 215. However,
a n i m a l l i f e on Mms might o b t a i n oxygen
t h r o u g h a d i g e s t i v e p r o c e s s from chemicals
such as i r o n o x i d e i n f o o d . Or, t h e r e may b e
a combination a n i m a l - p l a n t p r o c e s s i n v o l v i n g
c h l o r o p h y l , whereby oxygen i s manufactured an
consumed w i t h i n t h e animal.
The s p e a k e r does n o t completely a g r e e w i t h
t h e o f f i c i a l p h c ~ t oi n t e r p r e t a t i o n of M r i n e r
I V photos of Mars t a k e n i n 1965. Ye t h i n k s
t h e r e maybe n deep mantle o f s o i l on Mars.
If s o , much a c t i v i t y by l i v i n g t h i n g s o3ul.d
t a k e p l a c e underground.
T h i s would p r o v i d e i n s u l a t i o n f r o m t h e ex-
trenLe d i u r n a l t e m p e r a t u r e changes from 75-80
d e g r e e s i n daytime t o -60 t o -100 degreea
a t ni$nt. M r . Ilesjardens t h e o r i z e d t h a t l i f e
may g r ~ wi n daytime and become dormant a t

He s u g g e s t s +,list i n t e l l i g e n c e a112 a c h i e v e -
e n t on Mars a a y have advanced t o t h e p o i n t
e r e p e a p l e have s p a c e s h i p s , a s we have
s, end t h e I P 3 ' s s e e n a r e predominately
o u r i s t s l o o k i n g us o v e r o u t of c u r i s i t y .
t h e y may b e some o f f i c i a l c r a f t c a r r y i n g
n s c i e n t i f i c s1,udy o r experiments.
A s r e p o r t e d i n t h e May i s s u e of SKYL30KJ
t h i s group heard a t a p e r e c o r d i n g of C a r r o l l
Watts ' a d v e n t u r e s w i t h spacemen and f l y i x
s a u c e r s a t t h e i r p r e v i o u s meeting. A t t h a t
t i m e V a t t s had agreed t o come t o S'ulea from
I a c o , Texas, t o undergo hypnotic t e s t s a t
t h e T u l s a U n i v e r s i t y and t o undergo t r u t h
drug t e s t s under l e a d i n g T u l s a p s y c h i a t r i s t s .
I t was announced a t t h i s m e e t i r g Watts had
r e f u s e d t o come, t h e r e s u l t b e i n g t h a t some
show had p l a c e d t h e i r confidence i n Watts
found t h e i r confidence c o n s i d e r a b l y shaken.
The group has i n v i t e d D r . Frmdr S t r a n g e s
o l e c t u r e and show h i s film "Phenomenon 7.7.
c n t i o n was made of t h e UFO s e r i e s t o b e
hown on t h e XbC network t h i s fall., hosted

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