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Vol. VI - No. 3

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THIS IS A FHAI-lli .ii;NLArtli.ii;f·lliNT from 16mm Kod:fchrome film ta �en by
(on
George Adamski of what a p pear to be two double objects
UFO' s eventually disappear behind
either side of power line J.
branches at right. (Note slightly sharper enlargement in low­
er-right inset.)
This is only one· of approximately one dozen
scenes of possible UFO's taken by the controversial Mr. Adam­
A nother scene shows two circular lights orbiting around
ski.
each other, then briefly pass behind power lines (thereby dis­
couraging the possibility of simulation.) Another scene shows
a curious capsule-shaped object.
A B -52 appearing to inter­
cept some nebulous stationary obJects appears quite inconclu­
sive,
and we believe a.conventional explanation might be in
order. The most controversial scene shows a translucent, dome­
shaped object
"bobbing'' above some tree tops;
was reportedly
not observed by Adamski when he took the pictures.
Analysis
should resolve the enigma.
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California.
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REV. Hixenbaugh. shooting at 16 frames per second.) Those . Official and private researchers alike concede that good and suf­ ficiently detailed motion pictures of UFO's are. which at first remained stationary but later disappeared into the west (sea photograph). took 75 feet of 16mm black-and-white film of a searchlight beam apparently striking a UFO over the city on October 23. the Air Force determined that the UFO's were not birds. 1950.m. to Portland. says he doesn t know what the object was.O. which obtained it from WHAS-TV in Louisville. for analysis. MILLER & NORMAN S. IN 1949. Finally. Newhouse called her husband's attention to a clus­ ter of bright shining objects to the east.) * * FROM THE MAJOR INCEPTION of the UFO enigma in 1947. he observed 12 to 14 "gun metal colored objects shaped like two saucers. the UFO portion of the roll of Daylight Kodachrome was found to comprise 315 frames.) SAUCERS. Robert M . it was submitted to the Air Force's Air Technical Intelligence Center at Dayton." They were directly overhead and milling about. the first 35 frames had been removed and were presumably "lost.m. (1) NICHOLAS MARIANA. They were classified as unknowns. Mariana later told Dr. baseball team. ON JULY 2. and his secretary were checking wind direc­ tion at the ball park at 11:30 a. color or shape (even under a micro­ scope). D." (The ATIC has denied this. though a 3-inch f/1. GREGORY Miller. claimed he shot 50 feat of 16mm B&W film of a large UFO.HOW TO FILM UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS By MAX B. UFO 1 s were photographed by cinetheodolites (telescopic movie cameras for missile tracking) at the White Sands Proving Ground. Newhouse. L . when they both noticed two silvery objects to the northwest. At 11:10 a. The objects were never identified and the films were never released to the public. keep­ ing approximately the same distance between them until they were lost to sight. although the total footage has yet to be made public. New Mexico. one inverted on top of the other. USN. (who conducted a private anal­ ysis of the film-refer SAUCERS. Utah. But some extremely interesting movies of these a­ nomalous objects do exist. unfor­ tunately. (Camera has not been identified. ran 60 feet from the grandstand to the parking lot to retrieve his 16mm Revere turrat-ty�e (mag­ azine) camera from his car. when Mrs. (Cont. the objects-­ with a "swooshing" sound-traveled to the southwest. Beck for his suggestions and pictorial assistance. After the film was processed. Warrant Officer Dalbert c. Chief Photographer (Aviation). Getting out. Al Hixenbaugh. C. m�teors or air­ craft. currently employed by the Louis­ villa Courier-Journal. Jr. KOSSUTH (NOTE: The article following is enlarged and revised from material appearing in the April and May 1958 issues of the American Cinematograuher. and began filming the UFO s with a 3" lens. and were estimated to have approx­ imated the angular diameter of the moon (about one-half degree). his wife and their two children ware driving from Washington. official organ of the American Society of Cinematographers. the objects came out as only bright white dots with no reco�izabla structure. This footage was shown to service clubs and other audiences in Montana. 1952. Autumn 1958 -3- .) SAUCERS. Ky. Ohio. al­ though he doesn't think it was a balloon. After careful analysis. in June 1950. Oregon. Spring 1957). According to Edward J. We would like to express our grateful appreciation to Robert C . Autumn 1958 -2- HOW TO FILM UFO Is After momentarily hovering in mid-air. Pastor of the St. But when the film was returned. Mariana became excited. Baker. Peter and Paul Church in Norwood. but these could have been simulated and it is virtually impossible to prove otherwise. b�lloons. His film was released na­ tionally by Telenews.9 Hugo-Meyer telephoto lens was em­ ployed. Ohio.first 30-odd frames re­ portedly showed larger images of the objects. MEANWHILE .} Enlargements of some individual frames have been re­ leased (see accompanying photo). On the remaining footage.. (Cont. owner of the Great Falls. of Louisville. with some­ thing of a band at the periphery by which the UFO's could be seen to rotate in unison. certain pieces of evidence have been lacking. Montana. in April and May 1950. and they are greatly needed to help solve the mystery. Ruppelt in The Reuort on Unidentified Flying Objects. Literally hundreds of still pictures have been pur­ portedly taken �f UFO's over the years. W. Newhouse finally stopped the car.. they were seven miles north of Tremonton. not available. on August 19.

when they both noticed two silvery objects to the northwest. not available. Hixenbaugh." (The ATIC has denied this. They were classified as unknowns. and began filming the UFO s with a 3" lens. Newhouse finally stopped the car. L . Ohio.} Enlargements of some individual frames have been re­ leased (see accompanying photo).m. they were seven miles north of Tremonton. The objects were never identified and the films were never released to the public. says he doesn t know what the object was. official organ of the American Society of Cinematographers. owner of the Great Falls. IN 1949. he observed 12 to 14 "gun metal colored objects shaped like two saucers.. which obtained it from WHAS-TV in Louisville. the objects-­ with a "swooshing" sound-traveled to the southwest. Al Hixenbaugh. His film was released na­ tionally by Telenews. USN. and were estimated to have approx­ imated the angular diameter of the moon (about one-half degree). MILLER & NORMAN S." They were directly overhead and milling about. for analysis. Getting out. b�lloons. KOSSUTH (NOTE: The article following is enlarged and revised from material appearing in the April and May 1958 issues of the American Cinematograuher. Ky. but these could have been simulated and it is virtually impossible to prove otherwise.) * * FROM THE MAJOR INCEPTION of the UFO enigma in 1947. Newhouse. al­ though he doesn't think it was a balloon. Official and private researchers alike concede that good and suf­ ficiently detailed motion pictures of UFO's are. D.) Those . it was submitted to the Air Force's Air Technical Intelligence Center at Dayton.9 Hugo-Meyer telephoto lens was em­ ployed. (Cont. in April and May 1950. ON JULY 2. of Louisville. After careful analysis. the objects came out as only bright white dots with no reco�izabla structure.O. Baker. Ruppelt in The Reuort on Unidentified Flying Objects. Jr. Montana. and they are greatly needed to help solve the mystery. Pastor of the St. the Air Force determined that the UFO's were not birds. certain pieces of evidence have been lacking. Mariana later told Dr. UFO 1 s were photographed by cinetheodolites (telescopic movie cameras for missile tracking) at the White Sands Proving Ground. GREGORY Miller. his wife and their two children ware driving from Washington. when Mrs. ran 60 feet from the grandstand to the parking lot to retrieve his 16mm Revere turrat-ty�e (mag­ azine) camera from his car.first 30-odd frames re­ portedly showed larger images of the objects. Chief Photographer (Aviation). (who conducted a private anal­ ysis of the film-refer SAUCERS. in June 1950. one inverted on top of the other. though a 3-inch f/1. Utah. 1952. After the film was processed. REV. to Portland. the UFO portion of the roll of Daylight Kodachrome was found to comprise 315 frames. (Cont. Ohio. with some­ thing of a band at the periphery by which the UFO's could be seen to rotate in unison. Beck for his suggestions and pictorial assistance. On the remaining footage. shooting at 16 frames per second. keep­ ing approximately the same distance between them until they were lost to sight.) SAUCERS. New Mexico. At 11:10 a. currently employed by the Louis­ villa Courier-Journal. MEANWHILE . which at first remained stationary but later disappeared into the west (sea photograph). color or shape (even under a micro­ scope). This footage was shown to service clubs and other audiences in Montana. (Camera has not been identified.m.) SAUCERS. Spring 1957). Newhouse called her husband's attention to a clus­ ter of bright shining objects to the east. But some extremely interesting movies of these a­ nomalous objects do exist. unfor­ tunately. Mariana became excited. But when the film was returned.. Warrant Officer Dalbert c. According to Edward J. Peter and Paul Church in Norwood. (1) NICHOLAS MARIANA. Autumn 1958 -3- . baseball team. on August 19. Literally hundreds of still pictures have been pur­ portedly taken �f UFO's over the years. and his secretary were checking wind direc­ tion at the ball park at 11:30 a. We would like to express our grateful appreciation to Robert C . W. 1950. took 75 feet of 16mm black-and-white film of a searchlight beam apparently striking a UFO over the city on October 23. Robert M . Autumn 1958 -2- HOW TO FILM UFO Is After momentarily hovering in mid-air.HOW TO FILM UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS By MAX B. C. the first 35 frames had been removed and were presumably "lost. m�teors or air­ craft. although the total footage has yet to be made public. Oregon. Finally. claimed he shot 50 feat of 16mm B&W film of a large UFO.

Shooting at 16 fps. Both objects were (Cont. Despite the fac� that the object was at one time official ex­ plained" as a weather balloon. Maj." One would assume that either the published date or Air Force records are not in order. (This later proved to have been a mistake. In concluding this release.. the Navy's Photo Interpretation Center at Anacostia not only confirned ATIC's analysis. 1953. which iri turn gave it to ATIC for analysis. Wr1t1ng in The Flying Saucer Conspiracy.ol ap­ parently knew of no aircraft in the vicinity. ns at infinity.000 feet on June 30. but stated the mysterious craft to have been in­ telligently directed." re­ leased thru United Artists in 1955. The planes carried 50 scientific ob­ servers to observe and photograph a total eclipse of the sun near Lifjell. " THREE SCANDINAVIAN Airliners climbed to 15. and other such possible explanations. the USAF re�sed to speculate concerning the nature of the objects. there were no points of reference (such as clouds or distant mountains) on·any portion of the film. filmed a UFO. Chief of the Press Section of the Air Material Command at the time of the ATIC analysis. Cinematographer Johnny Bjornulf found his 16mm camera and started film­ ing. The RAAF has declined to release the film or to comment on its content. Autumn 1958 -4- • • • "I watched this cloud. (Mariana had captured a water tower and other structure on some of the frames of his film. "Immediately after taking this film it was handed over to the Commonwealth Security Branch for pro­ cessing and investigation " he responded. THE NEWHOUSE FILM comprises approximately 1. He reported that Air Traffic Contr. birds. and he filmed the occurrence with an unidentified telephoto lens. T. Most of these frames exhibit white round or elliptical dots. the film was never released to news media nor the public. 1952 (p. lens aperture was decreased from f/8 to f/16 approximately one-third the way through his total footage. McMahon noted that an RAAF examination of the 98 frames comprising this film indicated the UFO did not decrease speed as it ascended and it effected 90° maneuvers. Donald E.200 frames. balloons.) AT NOON ON AUGUST 23. was filmed by a jet interceptor's gun-camera at 11 a. Keyhoe claimed the Air Force withheld an announcement of the film even though a press'release had already been pre­ Nared.) SAUCERS. " when suddenly the object appeared from one side of it and climbed very fast it appeared slightly larger than a pinhead but whatever it was. 1952. Drury last winter regarding the availability of his film. a former RAAF member and at that time Deputy Regional Director of the Civil Aviation Department at Port Moresby. The UFO was initially picked up on radar." the report continued. and was returned to Australian authorities eight months later. AFTER PROCESSING. (Even though True Magazine for Dec. C. The dots themselves show no structure or detail. says that densi. although a mi eroscope sho"red the camera to have been properly focused.) Unfortunately.m. and from the extreme altitude of the objectr it certainly could not have been a civil aircraft. tometer examination found that images of the objects had burned right down to the celluloid backing" of the color film. Drury said he at first noticed a cloud building up as though being formed by vapor trails at a very great height. Australian Air Minister. In his official reNort. and focused the 3'' telephoto le . 25) reproduced four frames from the movie footage "released to True by the Air Force. The Newhouse and Mariana films were included in the Greene-Rouse Production.. 11Unidentified Flying Objects." THE PHOTOGRAPHER was termed "a reliable. Denmark. credible person" by William McMahon. 1954. One of the writers of this article wrote to Mr. loaded it with Daylight Kodachrome.. The film was loaned to the United States Air Force. Note two frame enlarge­ ments accompanying this article. And according to Edward Ruppelt. 1953. New Guinea. Mr.) indicate the existence of any film taken on 20 August 1952 over Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. the film was turned over to the Navy. Drury." and Edward Ruppelt has stated that he witnessed the event him­ self Major Lawrence Tacker (on 19 May 1968 � said that "present records do not (Cont. until it finally disappeared with a rapid gain of altitude " • • • • • • • • • Mr Drury was fortunate in having his movie camera with hi�. Mr.m. Ohio. "and it has not been sighted by me since. •. At 2:17 p. head of Project Blue Book at that time. two shiny discs were noticed near the northern horizon. Neither do they con­ tain any mention of a UFO sighting in that area on that date. dated 22 September. it left a very clearly de­ � fined v nor trail behind it. Autumn 1958 -5- . Albert M Chop.) SAUCERS.HOW TO FILM UFO Is HOW TO FILM UFO 1 s Newhouse next took his Bell & Howell Auto Master 16mm (magazine load) camera from the trunk of his car. on A ugust 20. A HOVERING OBJECT near Wright-Pat­ terson AFB . This examination indicated the objects were not aircraft (which would have been resolved if near enough to the camera to effect such large images).

1953.. credible person" by William McMahon. Drury. loaded it with Daylight Kodachrome. the USAF re�sed to speculate concerning the nature of the objects. and other such possible explanations. " THREE SCANDINAVIAN Airliners climbed to 15. was filmed by a jet interceptor's gun-camera at 11 a.. a former RAAF member and at that time Deputy Regional Director of the Civil Aviation Department at Port Moresby. Australian Air Minister. One of the writers of this article wrote to Mr. and was returned to Australian authorities eight months later. •. In concluding this release. tometer examination found that images of the objects had burned right down to the celluloid backing" of the color film.200 frames. ns at infinity. Cinematographer Johnny Bjornulf found his 16mm camera and started film­ ing. At 2:17 p.HOW TO FILM UFO Is HOW TO FILM UFO 1 s Newhouse next took his Bell & Howell Auto Master 16mm (magazine load) camera from the trunk of his car. filmed a UFO. the Navy's Photo Interpretation Center at Anacostia not only confirned ATIC's analysis. 1952 (p. In his official reNort.m. head of Project Blue Book at that time.) AT NOON ON AUGUST 23. This examination indicated the objects were not aircraft (which would have been resolved if near enough to the camera to effect such large images). McMahon noted that an RAAF examination of the 98 frames comprising this film indicated the UFO did not decrease speed as it ascended and it effected 90° maneuvers. Both objects were (Cont. Despite the fac� that the object was at one time official ex­ plained" as a weather balloon. AFTER PROCESSING. The film was loaned to the United States Air Force. The dots themselves show no structure or detail. The UFO was initially picked up on radar. Shooting at 16 fps. Autumn 1958 -4- • • • "I watched this cloud. (This later proved to have been a mistake. THE NEWHOUSE FILM comprises approximately 1. Maj. birds. Donald E. until it finally disappeared with a rapid gain of altitude " • • • • • • • • • Mr Drury was fortunate in having his movie camera with hi�..) SAUCERS. New Guinea. The Newhouse and Mariana films were included in the Greene-Rouse Production. it left a very clearly de­ � fined v nor trail behind it. T. He reported that Air Traffic Contr. Mr.ol ap­ parently knew of no aircraft in the vicinity. on A ugust 20. 1952." the report continued. The planes carried 50 scientific ob­ servers to observe and photograph a total eclipse of the sun near Lifjell. Autumn 1958 -5- . C. "and it has not been sighted by me since. lens aperture was decreased from f/8 to f/16 approximately one-third the way through his total footage. Most of these frames exhibit white round or elliptical dots. there were no points of reference (such as clouds or distant mountains) on·any portion of the film.000 feet on June 30." THE PHOTOGRAPHER was termed "a reliable. Albert M Chop. " when suddenly the object appeared from one side of it and climbed very fast it appeared slightly larger than a pinhead but whatever it was. although a mi eroscope sho"red the camera to have been properly focused. The RAAF has declined to release the film or to comment on its content. A HOVERING OBJECT near Wright-Pat­ terson AFB ." re­ leased thru United Artists in 1955. but stated the mysterious craft to have been in­ telligently directed. Denmark. 1953. "Immediately after taking this film it was handed over to the Commonwealth Security Branch for pro­ cessing and investigation " he responded. Drury said he at first noticed a cloud building up as though being formed by vapor trails at a very great height. Mr. the film was turned over to the Navy. Drury last winter regarding the availability of his film. two shiny discs were noticed near the northern horizon.) indicate the existence of any film taken on 20 August 1952 over Wright-Patterson Air Force Base." and Edward Ruppelt has stated that he witnessed the event him­ self Major Lawrence Tacker (on 19 May 1968 � said that "present records do not (Cont. Note two frame enlarge­ ments accompanying this article. Neither do they con­ tain any mention of a UFO sighting in that area on that date. Wr1t1ng in The Flying Saucer Conspiracy. 1954. balloons. says that densi. the film was never released to news media nor the public. which iri turn gave it to ATIC for analysis. (Even though True Magazine for Dec. 11Unidentified Flying Objects. and he filmed the occurrence with an unidentified telephoto lens." One would assume that either the published date or Air Force records are not in order.) SAUCERS. and focused the 3'' telephoto le . dated 22 September. And according to Edward Ruppelt. and from the extreme altitude of the objectr it certainly could not have been a civil aircraft.) Unfortunately. Chief of the Press Section of the Air Material Command at the time of the ATIC analysis. Keyhoe claimed the Air Force withheld an announcement of the film even though a press'release had already been pre­ Nared.m. (Mariana had captured a water tower and other structure on some of the frames of his film. Ohio. 25) reproduced four frames from the movie footage "released to True by the Air Force.

(F1lm was exposed at 16 fps. • • • • • • The portholes of the aircraft had been removed.. however. 18. Benn says that Colonel Dean Hess called him the fol­ lowing morning to compliment him on the film. e­ liminating the possibility of reflection. of Valley Center. of the Air Force Pictorial Branch in Hollywood.5 fixed-focus tele­ photo lens was o­ pened wide to brighten the dark afternoon sky. while we were still in the shadow of the eclipse. thereby making simulation of at least several scenes extremely improbable.} ·SAUCERS. Captain Schaller had sent a report of the incident (dated 3 Jan. An Elgeet 1� . 1957. Daylight Kodachrome (purchased by Stanford enroute to Joshua Tree} was used in camera. Look Up. 1958) to ATIC.) There were several witnesses to the sighting. E.) (2) (Cont. (Refer SAUCERS. Unfortunately. took about 6� feet of Type A Kodachrome (with #85 conversion f11tar) of "six UFO •·s in obvious formation" with a Keystone Capri 8mm movie camera. This was a mistake.' I am not certain whether these lines may have been a kind of exhaust fumes I aesume that as the ob­ jects were about 15-20 miles away. Calif. Autumn 1958 -6- ON DECEMBER 1. The first "pass" was described to Benn as a rather tight three­ quarter circle. (See front cover." IN APPROXIMATELY two frames of the Benn film. believes he set the tur­ ret on tele­ photo (he had borrowed the camera and was therefore unfamiliar with it). Unfor­ tunately. Ray Stanford describes a film he says he took of a UFO at approximately one p. one of the objects appears to be partially eclipsed by a tree branch.m. Adamski used a 3-inch telephoto lens on a Keystone A-9 camera. These films have yet to be analyzed.) Numerous reference points are included in many scenes. Benn is to be commended for his handling stated: of this situation and for his sincere wish to be of ser­ vice to the Air Force and his country by reporting and filming unknown flying objects. Ralph E.) SAUCERS . and all sightings were �f six objects. only four objects-­ traveling in pairs--were recorded on film because or narrow field of the telephoto lens (approx. Spring 1958. GEORGE ADAMSKI. One of the witnesses. Benn. The sh�dow extended at least 15 miles north of our position. described the mysterious phenomenon as follows: "The objects were clearly revolving and showed 'stern­ lines. We in this office are grateful for his efforts. the speed (and their size} must have been far beyond anything achieved by man­ made aeroplanes. �ne THREE OBSERVATIONS in all were reported by neighbor­ hood children. though some had suggested this explanation. IN HIS BOOK . The objects are frequently e­ clipsed by trees and power lines. Autumn 1958 -7- ." f/3. The concluding paragraph " Mr. and the hand-help "camera jump" appears synchronous with the objects. near Joshua Tree.HOW TO FILM UFO Is HOW TO FILM UFO Is clearly visible on the processed film. The total sequence contains frames of two vapor trails which Stan­ ford believes were from jets attempting to intercept the UFO. Richard Schaller. He used a Wol­ lensak 8mm movie camera. including the Benn children. claims to have taken approximately 150 feet of 16mm Daylight Koda­ chrome film of UFO's between September 1956 and January 1958. Schaller had the film processed through a nearby drugstore. then sent it to ATIC for analysis. but photogra�her was unaware that latter was al­ ready equipped with H85 conversion filters (for Type A Koda­ chrome}� thereby affecting color balance and decreasing the film's exposure index somewhat. This enhances the value of the film for analytical study and negates somewhat the possibility of simulation. Calif. (Cont. 1956. flickering ob­ ject moving in and out of the field-of-view (presumably effected by movement on part of photographer}. the sequence was considerably under­ exposed (and has subsequently increased in density due to apparent exposure to extreme humidity). Ralph Benn turned his unprocessed film over to Capt. The quality of the film as to exposure and color balance seemed to be of excellent qual­ ity and the photography was well done on a most difficult subject. of Los Angeles. for most of the footage came out badly over­ exposed. and shot about 6 feet of film of what appears to be a tiny. but which he could not capture within the frame while photographing the object. Graham of the Swedish Travel Bureau." the second pass was of "group� in pairs and the and arranged in a slightly elongated �riangle. I am basing this assumption on the fact that the objects were out in the sun. third was ''a straight wing formation. 7°). on Sept.

the sequence was considerably under­ exposed (and has subsequently increased in density due to apparent exposure to extreme humidity). however. 18.} ·SAUCERS." the second pass was of "group� in pairs and the and arranged in a slightly elongated �riangle. Calif. (F1lm was exposed at 16 fps. took about 6� feet of Type A Kodachrome (with #85 conversion f11tar) of "six UFO •·s in obvious formation" with a Keystone Capri 8mm movie camera. The sh�dow extended at least 15 miles north of our position. Benn says that Colonel Dean Hess called him the fol­ lowing morning to compliment him on the film. Ray Stanford describes a film he says he took of a UFO at approximately one p. Autumn 1958 -7- . He used a Wol­ lensak 8mm movie camera.HOW TO FILM UFO Is HOW TO FILM UFO Is clearly visible on the processed film. Unfortunately.. believes he set the tur­ ret on tele­ photo (he had borrowed the camera and was therefore unfamiliar with it). 7°). and shot about 6 feet of film of what appears to be a tiny. one of the objects appears to be partially eclipsed by a tree branch. The first "pass" was described to Benn as a rather tight three­ quarter circle. Unfor­ tunately.5 fixed-focus tele­ photo lens was o­ pened wide to brighten the dark afternoon sky. 1958) to ATIC. Graham of the Swedish Travel Bureau. Benn. Captain Schaller had sent a report of the incident (dated 3 Jan. then sent it to ATIC for analysis. and all sightings were �f six objects. on Sept. �ne THREE OBSERVATIONS in all were reported by neighbor­ hood children. only four objects-­ traveling in pairs--were recorded on film because or narrow field of the telephoto lens (approx." f/3. (Refer SAUCERS. e­ liminating the possibility of reflection. claims to have taken approximately 150 feet of 16mm Daylight Koda­ chrome film of UFO's between September 1956 and January 1958. Richard Schaller. Spring 1958. third was ''a straight wing formation. (See front cover. (Cont. Schaller had the film processed through a nearby drugstore. IN HIS BOOK . GEORGE ADAMSKI." IN APPROXIMATELY two frames of the Benn film. 1956.' I am not certain whether these lines may have been a kind of exhaust fumes I aesume that as the ob­ jects were about 15-20 miles away. thereby making simulation of at least several scenes extremely improbable. One of the witnesses. The total sequence contains frames of two vapor trails which Stan­ ford believes were from jets attempting to intercept the UFO. though some had suggested this explanation.) Numerous reference points are included in many scenes.) There were several witnesses to the sighting. 1957. Calif. We in this office are grateful for his efforts. while we were still in the shadow of the eclipse. of Los Angeles. The quality of the film as to exposure and color balance seemed to be of excellent qual­ ity and the photography was well done on a most difficult subject. The concluding paragraph " Mr. but which he could not capture within the frame while photographing the object. near Joshua Tree. Ralph E.) (2) (Cont. An Elgeet 1� . flickering ob­ ject moving in and out of the field-of-view (presumably effected by movement on part of photographer}. Adamski used a 3-inch telephoto lens on a Keystone A-9 camera. Benn is to be commended for his handling stated: of this situation and for his sincere wish to be of ser­ vice to the Air Force and his country by reporting and filming unknown flying objects. for most of the footage came out badly over­ exposed. described the mysterious phenomenon as follows: "The objects were clearly revolving and showed 'stern­ lines. and the hand-help "camera jump" appears synchronous with the objects. of the Air Force Pictorial Branch in Hollywood.m. Autumn 1958 -6- ON DECEMBER 1. This was a mistake.) SAUCERS . Look Up. including the Benn children. The objects are frequently e­ clipsed by trees and power lines. I am basing this assumption on the fact that the objects were out in the sun. Ralph Benn turned his unprocessed film over to Capt. E. Daylight Kodachrome (purchased by Stanford enroute to Joshua Tree} was used in camera. of Valley Center. the speed (and their size} must have been far beyond anything achieved by man­ made aeroplanes. This enhances the value of the film for analytical study and negates somewhat the possibility of simulation. but photogra�her was unaware that latter was al­ ready equipped with H85 conversion filters (for Type A Koda­ chrome}� thereby affecting color balance and decreasing the film's exposure index somewhat. • • • • • • The portholes of the aircraft had been removed. These films have yet to be analyzed.

They are spherical. Howell Auto 1 Load. · LENSES. but after a few seconds. and turret-models are available for both... 9 and f/1. reports photog.e. CBS-TV and a number of missile test centers. Revere or other. · ' After concluding his filming.raphing several of nine UFO1s he obseryed about 4 p.cessary for UF01s.) -8SAUCERS . from his rela­ tives back yard near Diamond Head. With this lens. 10659 Burbank Elvd. near the end of his exposure. Several are available with apertures of f/1. no tail fins are visibf. he regained his composure and . '�there is absolutely nothing about their shape that calls to mind an aircraft of any description. e. not elongated. a discontinued Bell &. THE C��RA.. "I yelled at my wife then dashed into the house for my camera and tri­ � pod.i 70. An estimated 90 seconds of the UFO maneuvers were recorded on color film (18 feet?).. 5.8 lens lists for $119.ho can afford only a minimal //�-•. which should be a considere.. They and the Air Force re­ portedly said there were no balloons in the air at the time. But the 8mm cinematographer should gain some valuable in­ stru·ction and ideas by bearing with us. or even the less expensive Elitar and Kinotel (which oc­ casionally discount for $25 or $30). The material to follow will not be directed to the 8mm amateur photographers� for we feel that his equip­ ment will be inadequate to sufficiently resolve any unusual phenomena unless it \·tere relatively close. January 19. re­ spectively) for extended following of action. These cameras are usually limited to lenses of not more than 3" focal lengths and to gpring runs not exceeding 20 feet. . . Calif. t those . ) SAUCERS . the #240 might be slightly superior to the K-100 (limited to 16 fps) for night photography. its {Cont. junior college student.8 Apo-Tele-Athenar. Both have become available only in recent years. Mansfield. The standard three-inch telephoto is advisable for cameras with single objective viewfinders ( 1. and 32 ft. In one scene.50. North Hollywood. CLIFF DE LACEY. Having established that good motion pictures of unidentified aerial phenomena can be extremely valuable in resolving the enigma. and both are noted for overall quality and workmanship. Such ru a camera attached to a good 3-inch telephoto.•• . both have_ long spring runs (40 ft. or an old Kodak magazine-load. • Lenses in excess of nine or ten inches focal length are not recommended because of limited field of view and 11 exaggerated "jumping. l j The Centur. however. New. etc. a 11 slow-motion speed 1 (nrefer ably 64 fps) is necessary to re11 duce camera jump. Used lenses. 1958. 1958.) is the Century 6" f/2. Fortunately.attached hie 8mm camera to it. for reference points. both quite adequate for night photography

lith a high­ speed film. The observer thinks the objects were traveling too fast. DeLacey called the Honolulu weather station. we undertook a rather intensive survey of equipment and techniques useful for this research. DeLacey captured the tops of trees.8 Tele-Athenar lens. Personal preference should dictate the choice. The lens comes in a s�ecial lightweight mount. The #240 is slightly less expensive than the K-100. anyway. �£� ACCORDING TO THE VALLEJO Times-Herald. a Vallejo. Because its shut­ ter speed can be reduced to 8 frames per second (fps). (Cont. �· 3xpendiFor ture. one of the UF01s is in the center of the screen as the other rapidly approaches it. Startled by the aerial formation. might serve the pur­ pose if a more expensive combination is out of the ques­ tion.. And their 9-inch f/3. We believe the most satisfactory lens for the filming of UFO's under a variety of conditions (day. (3) THE WRITERS have carefully studied as many of the above films as possible from the critical standpoint of quality and usefulness. lists for $139. The K-100 has perhaps the finest telescopic viewfinder made for a movie camera. ###BOT_TEXT###lt;Then telephoto objectives cannot be added to viewfinder).. At first he ignored the tripod. though quite un�P. 50. Autumn 1958 . be it a Keystone. although they are somewhat expensive. 1 Two "very distinctly round objects" are supposedly clearly reproduced on the film. on the other hand. as well as used cameras. ) These 16mm telephoto lenses (available in either standard "C'' or Kodak mounts) are manufactured and distributed by Century Precision Photographic Equipment. nor can anything resembling a

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ling be distinguished.tion. Eut any kind of camera can take pic­ tures. in good condition can frequently be picked un on the used counter for something like $50.HOW TO FILM UFO 1s H01v To FILM UFO 1s fastest speed is limited to 48 fps compared to 64 fps for the K-100. NBC-TV. Autumn 1958 -9- . The large aperture makes this lens suitable for night exposures as well as daylight. Calif. and some good bargains c�n be found in used lenses. We feel that the Kodak K-100 and Bell & Howell Model #240 16mm cameras are the two most satis­ factory available for UF01s. Hawaii. night. on January 3. and our tests have shown that the lens resolves substantially better than the human eye. these lenses are obtainable for about $50 to $70. -� � ·\. making the latter more suitable for daylight UFO attempts with a telephoto lens of six inches focal length or lon-ger. which could easily be adapted to UFO use on either of the aforementioned (Century lenses are used by cameras. ' he said later..m.Y 611 f/2.

1958. THE C��RA. for reference points. e. Personal preference should dictate the choice. The #240 is slightly less expensive than the K-100. not elongated. "I yelled at my wife then dashed into the house for my camera and tri­ � pod. or even the less expensive Elitar and Kinotel (which oc­ casionally discount for $25 or $30).8 Tele-Athenar lens.... Autumn 1958 . At first he ignored the tripod. ###BOT_TEXT###lt;Then telephoto objectives cannot be added to viewfinder). · LENSES.m. CBS-TV and a number of missile test centers. North Hollywood. (3) THE WRITERS have carefully studied as many of the above films as possible from the critical standpoint of quality and usefulness. And their 9-inch f/3. a Vallejo. January 19.. both quite adequate for night photography

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lith a high­ speed film. The material to follow will not be directed to the 8mm amateur photographers� for we feel that his equip­ ment will be inadequate to sufficiently resolve any unusual phenomena unless it \·tere relatively close. he regained his composure and . • Lenses in excess of nine or ten inches focal length are not recommended because of limited field of view and 11 exaggerated "jumping. which could easily be adapted to UFO use on either of the aforementioned (Century lenses are used by cameras. and 32 ft. But the 8mm cinematographer should gain some valuable in­ stru·ction and ideas by bearing with us.•• . these lenses are obtainable for about $50 to $70. The K-100 has perhaps the finest telescopic viewfinder made for a movie camera. These cameras are usually limited to lenses of not more than 3" focal lengths and to gpring runs not exceeding 20 feet. DeLacey called the Honolulu weather station. 9 and f/1. anyway.e. Startled by the aerial formation.. but after a few seconds. a discontinued Bell &. In one scene. . and some good bargains c�n be found in used lenses. and both are noted for overall quality and workmanship.50. '�there is absolutely nothing about their shape that calls to mind an aircraft of any description. �£� ACCORDING TO THE VALLEJO Times-Herald.Y 611 f/2. 10659 Burbank Elvd. We feel that the Kodak K-100 and Bell & Howell Model #240 16mm cameras are the two most satis­ factory available for UF01s. The standard three-inch telephoto is advisable for cameras with single objective viewfinders ( 1. on the other hand. in good condition can frequently be picked un on the used counter for something like $50.tion. CLIFF DE LACEY.8 lens lists for $119. ) These 16mm telephoto lenses (available in either standard "C'' or Kodak mounts) are manufactured and distributed by Century Precision Photographic Equipment. which should be a considere.ho can afford only a minimal //�-•.. 50. Used lenses. t those .) is the Century 6" f/2. from his rela­ tives back yard near Diamond Head. although they are somewhat expensive. An estimated 90 seconds of the UFO maneuvers were recorded on color film (18 feet?). They and the Air Force re­ portedly said there were no balloons in the air at the time. junior college student.attached hie 8mm camera to it. a 11 slow-motion speed 1 (nrefer ably 64 fps) is necessary to re11 duce camera jump. New. Calif. nor can anything resembling a

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ling be distinguished. we undertook a rather intensive survey of equipment and techniques useful for this research. no tail fins are visibf.) -8SAUCERS . making the latter more suitable for daylight UFO attempts with a telephoto lens of six inches focal length or lon-ger. lists for $139..raphing several of nine UFO1s he obseryed about 4 p. however. With this lens. one of the UF01s is in the center of the screen as the other rapidly approaches it. · ' After concluding his filming. Fortunately.8 Apo-Tele-Athenar. . NBC-TV. night.i 70. Because its shut­ ter speed can be reduced to 8 frames per second (fps). Eut any kind of camera can take pic­ tures. Such ru a camera attached to a good 3-inch telephoto. on January 3. 5. Revere or other. We believe the most satisfactory lens for the filming of UFO's under a variety of conditions (day. both have_ long spring runs (40 ft. �· 3xpendiFor ture. They are spherical. Howell Auto 1 Load. Autumn 1958 -9- . near the end of his exposure. and our tests have shown that the lens resolves substantially better than the human eye. The lens comes in a s�ecial lightweight mount. or an old Kodak magazine-load. Hawaii. 1 Two "very distinctly round objects" are supposedly clearly reproduced on the film. The observer thinks the objects were traveling too fast.HOW TO FILM UFO 1s H01v To FILM UFO 1s fastest speed is limited to 48 fps compared to 64 fps for the K-100. Calif. be it a Keystone. ' he said later. The large aperture makes this lens suitable for night exposures as well as daylight. might serve the pur­ pose if a more expensive combination is out of the ques­ tion.. Both have become available only in recent years. etc. the #240 might be slightly superior to the K-100 (limited to 16 fps) for night photography. though quite un�P. Mansfield. and turret-models are available for both. re­ spectively) for extended following of action.cessary for UF01s. 1958. -� � ·\. its {Cont. reports photog. as well as used cameras. ) SAUCERS . Several are available with apertures of f/1. l j The Centur. Having established that good motion pictures of unidentified aerial phenomena can be extremely valuable in resolving the enigma. DeLacey captured the tops of trees. (Cont.

>then the spring run exceeds 20 feet. a split-image with op­ tical registration on one side and a spectrum registra­ tion orr the other would be both unique and valuable (more so with color film ). 114 E. particularly at higher altitudes. is not recommended. 8th Ave. When anticipating UFO's. If color film is to be kept on hand for any period of time (i. A light meter is almost a necessity for sky photography. One researcher has suggested that a diffraction grating be placed �dthin the shutter in such a manner that every other frame would record the spectral lines while the remaining frames would record the optical images. Denver 3. It is rated at ASA 100. Standard film is considered to be Kodachrome. ) Super Anscochrome color film. It is recommended to store processed film in a cool and dry place. this will considerably reduce camera unstertdi­ ness. Exposure compensation should naturally be taken into consideration. When UFO searching.) SAUCERS. Walz and Weston now all have movie DR-­ time.. 6-. l'ihile a tripod would certainly steady the camera. They are all quite small and extremely simple to read. Other 1vays to steady the camera would be to lean against a wall or to hold the camera against something. vre recommend a "slow­ o m tion" setting of 48 frames per second. like a fence. if not impossible. orange or red fil­ ter should be employed (but only with uanchromatic films) to darken the sky. Color films should not be sub­ jected to extremes of heat or humidity. They should.various f-stops to determine the most efficient setting. Exposure may vary by as much as a factor of four in different regions of the sky at the same (Sekonic. Never put film in a glove com­ partment.and 10-inch lenses and t. Autumn 1958 -11- . tree branches. EXPOSURE FACTORS. ho. Colo. Some experimentation would be helpful. A gun-stock mi&�t prove valuable. trunk or enclosed automobile except for brief periods. already been covered. (l'lestern Cine Service. 9.95--for the Sekonic V�vie Pet--to about $17 for the (Cont. Some researchers recom­ mend the use of a haze or sunliehl filter for DayligQ1 Kodachrome to reduce excessive ultra violet haze. refrigerator or freezer. Tri-X B&W film (ASA 200-400) is desirable for night use only. has offered a B&1'l film rated at 800 ASA. FILM.HOW TO FILM UFO 1 s H011{ TO FILivl UFO 1 S should be tested by an optical worksho � to assure critical sharpness and satisfactory contrast. For the advanced hobbyist. several months). etc. it is considered impractical because following rapidly moving objects 1vould prove exceedingly difficult. This film would not be satisfactory for n�ght exposures except if an object were unusually brilliant. Some lenses lose their resolving povrer at very large or very small apertures.) Weston DR.. if possible.") Black and White films are not recommended for daytime use.-10- STORAGE OF FILM. therefore. · Anscochrome. par­ ticularly at hi&�er altitudes.e. Super Anscochrome. Ektachrome and Koda­ chrome Commercial films are not recommended because of low contrast and excessive grain structure.rever. distant build­ ings.5 and f /1. one might look into the possibilities of Eastman's new High Speed Infra R ed film. It was listed for about $8 per 100' roll. If it must be used. As already indicated. KODAK K-100 �nd For night photography requiring extreme speed. a setting of about 64 fps is preferred. lenses should always be set at infinity. CENTURY 6" LENS CAMERA SPEED. Allow at least two or three hours at room temperature be­ fore unsealing and placing film in camera to prevent moisture condensation. (Cont. clouds. not recommended for daytime exposure. be tested at. (Century Photo ad­ vertises f/1. Prices range from $4. might be used on certain niehttime objects. Night cinematography on the whole. Direct Reading--type exposure meters available. Both have a daytime exposure index of ASA 10.. for the most part. Autumn 1958 . Use fresh film as often as possible. This aspect of cinematography has. a deep yellow. Saran wrapping will keep the film quite well in refriger­ ators and should prevent the carton from deteriorating. mountains.) SAUCERS. �lighi Kodachrome is recommended by some because of more accurate registration of the full color spectrum. processing included. FILTERS. while !y�! (with #85 conversion filter) is preferred by others in. it is extremely important for points of reference to be included w1thin the field of view--such as power lines. Do not refrigerate film after sealing has been removed. For three-inch lenses and when the suring run is less than 20 feet. This filter would be un­ necessary when an #85 filter is used with �y� ! Koda­ chrome..having greater ultra-violet haze penetratiorr.. for just points of lieht less reference structure (trees.9 3" lenses with "razor sharp re­ solving power. This will later help to prove the authenticity of the film and will be invaluable for ana­ lytical examination. it is ad­ visable to store it in a cooler. summer time being particularly dangerous. 1{ith 4-. etc. it is best to keep camera out of direct sunlight as much as possible. Also.) vrould be virtually worth­ less.

) SAUCERS. FILTERS. Allow at least two or three hours at room temperature be­ fore unsealing and placing film in camera to prevent moisture condensation. Never put film in a glove com­ partment. FILM. For three-inch lenses and when the suring run is less than 20 feet. Night cinematography on the whole. Walz and Weston now all have movie DR-­ time. has offered a B&1'l film rated at 800 ASA. (Cont. a deep yellow. tree branches. Super Anscochrome.and 10-inch lenses and t. it is best to keep camera out of direct sunlight as much as possible. They should. One researcher has suggested that a diffraction grating be placed �dthin the shutter in such a manner that every other frame would record the spectral lines while the remaining frames would record the optical images. ) Super Anscochrome color film. processing included. Other 1vays to steady the camera would be to lean against a wall or to hold the camera against something. for just points of lieht less reference structure (trees. Also. It is recommended to store processed film in a cool and dry place. ho. 1{ith 4-. etc. lenses should always be set at infinity.) vrould be virtually worth­ less. might be used on certain niehttime objects.. etc. distant build­ ings. It is rated at ASA 100. Use fresh film as often as possible. Tri-X B&W film (ASA 200-400) is desirable for night use only. be tested at. It was listed for about $8 per 100' roll. this will considerably reduce camera unstertdi­ ness. This film would not be satisfactory for n�ght exposures except if an object were unusually brilliant. while !y�! (with #85 conversion filter) is preferred by others in. not recommended for daytime exposure. for the most part.. Direct Reading--type exposure meters available. Both have a daytime exposure index of ASA 10. They are all quite small and extremely simple to read. 114 E. Some experimentation would be helpful.. it is extremely important for points of reference to be included w1thin the field of view--such as power lines. Ektachrome and Koda­ chrome Commercial films are not recommended because of low contrast and excessive grain structure.) Weston DR. Autumn 1958 -11- . This aspect of cinematography has. par­ ticularly at hi&�er altitudes. 9. As already indicated. it is ad­ visable to store it in a cooler. one might look into the possibilities of Eastman's new High Speed Infra R ed film.e.. Do not refrigerate film after sealing has been removed. This will later help to prove the authenticity of the film and will be invaluable for ana­ lytical examination. mountains. Color films should not be sub­ jected to extremes of heat or humidity. particularly at higher altitudes. a setting of about 64 fps is preferred. Prices range from $4.various f-stops to determine the most efficient setting. Autumn 1958 . EXPOSURE FACTORS. if not impossible.rever. For the advanced hobbyist. A light meter is almost a necessity for sky photography. · Anscochrome. summer time being particularly dangerous.HOW TO FILM UFO 1 s H011{ TO FILivl UFO 1 S should be tested by an optical worksho � to assure critical sharpness and satisfactory contrast. 6-. several months). l'ihile a tripod would certainly steady the camera. clouds. If color film is to be kept on hand for any period of time (i. (l'lestern Cine Service.) SAUCERS. A gun-stock mi&�t prove valuable. Some researchers recom­ mend the use of a haze or sunliehl filter for DayligQ1 Kodachrome to reduce excessive ultra violet haze. orange or red fil­ ter should be employed (but only with uanchromatic films) to darken the sky. Colo. Denver 3. Saran wrapping will keep the film quite well in refriger­ ators and should prevent the carton from deteriorating. Exposure may vary by as much as a factor of four in different regions of the sky at the same (Sekonic. 8th Ave.") Black and White films are not recommended for daytime use.having greater ultra-violet haze penetratiorr.>then the spring run exceeds 20 feet. Some lenses lose their resolving povrer at very large or very small apertures. KODAK K-100 �nd For night photography requiring extreme speed. �lighi Kodachrome is recommended by some because of more accurate registration of the full color spectrum. Exposure compensation should naturally be taken into consideration. vre recommend a "slow­ o m tion" setting of 48 frames per second. CENTURY 6" LENS CAMERA SPEED.9 3" lenses with "razor sharp re­ solving power. is not recommended. When UFO searching. already been covered. When anticipating UFO's. it is considered impractical because following rapidly moving objects 1vould prove exceedingly difficult. If it must be used. if possible. a split-image with op­ tical registration on one side and a spectrum registra­ tion orr the other would be both unique and valuable (more so with color film ).5 and f /1. This filter would be un­ necessary when an #85 filter is used with �y� ! Koda­ chrome.95--for the Sekonic V�vie Pet--to about $17 for the (Cont..-10- STORAGE OF FILM. (Century Photo ad­ vertises f/1. refrigerator or freezer. trunk or enclosed automobile except for brief periods. like a fence. Standard film is considered to be Kodachrome. therefore.

Major Tacker responded to our enquiry regarding the Benn film as follows: "ATIC evaluated the film and the �bjects were found to be cluster-tyne weather balloons.rnoon hours}. etc. the best 1-stop is about f/11 at 48 fps. we can first recommend that only the finest in films and services be employed in your research. since you cited Mr. � 0 SAUCERS. demand a receipt for your original footage and a written statement affirming that the total film will be returned. Rumors have Rersisted for several years of interesting UFO films being borrowed" by certain authorities and either never returned (presumably "lost" or "misplaced") or very unsatisfactory copies returned less the original. aperture should be in­ creased by one full 1-stop. Tacker. for the latter must usually deal through a retailer. Ruppelt. that it was cleared only for security purposes and in fact a disclaimer for factual accuracy was made at that time by the Department of Defense. VIe believe this material to be as complete as possible for the time and effort ex­ pended. Ruppelt1s book. be ideal for UFO photography. Wrote Maj. (Also.. 11� per foot. if one faces the general direction of the sun (east in morning. The above applies to average overall sky conditions only. sky and weather conditions at the time (check local weather bureau). direction. exposure must be de­ creased by one full 1-stop. Every detail of a UFO obser­ vation should be immediately and thoroug�ly recorded in a handy notebook. ONE UFO RESEARCHER has suggested: "Shoot first-and ask questions later.500 feet in altitude. DeLacey apparently has yet to respond to any enquiries regarding his UFO film. and only someone who was well acquainted with their files was able to locate those.) (Cont. The reported multiple observations by the children v1ould tend to discount this explanation. And be certain to keep notes in such a way as to effect no confusion in later identify­ ing them with the film. (This is especially true of color film which is said to deteriorate rapidly after exposure. de­ tailed exposure data (type of film.) . Quite often professional services are more reasonable than those available to the amateur. have it processed as soon as possible. etc. but the� are limited to a 40mm telephoto attachment (about 1-2/3 ). aperture setting. (The latter condition is probably localized to metropolitan industrial areas. Autumn 1958 -13- . But if smog. Civilian Saucer Intelligence of New York-or even Flying � Saucers International. films and accessories apparently suitable for 11 capturing" them. (2} On 1 �y 1958.) Aperture should be increased by one-half stop for 64 fps (example: f/9. 11 You are liable to waste some film in doing this. a fairly good �� exposure setting is about f/7 at 48 frame� per second with Kodachrome (ASA 10}. it seems the Air Force nm-1 denies the existence of this film. N SAUCERS. we suggest that the original or an exceptionally fine duplicate by retain by the owner at all times.r. brilliance. If the photographer constantly faces north. f/8 mig�t be a good setting to follow.) 1'1HAT SHOULD ONE :00 after a UFO film has been exposed. Autumn 1958 -12- E S In correspondence from Major Lawrence J. apparently) from 1�i te Sands. Therefore. including shape. Conversely. color. 3 to f/8). Tacker on 14 April 1958: "I should also add. In summing up. naturally." Querying �. we suggest that it be copied before very many projections. noise (if any}. to prevent scratching and projection marks. If the sky is not a dee� blue but still relatively devoid of haze and smoke. south at mid-day and west in the afternoon). but it will probably pay off in the long run. deep blue skies. These data should include: specific time and date of observation. If anything unusual should turn up on your film.) T (1) CONCLUDING. It may also be worth noting that fine grain color film can be enlarged to 35mm for possible commercial ex­ ploitation. New 16mm cameras with coupled electric light meters (Bell & Howell 200EE magazine load and 240EE roll load) would. duration of sighting. Increase aperture about one­ half 1-stop for every 2. (3) Mr. lenses. (16mm color duplicates run approx. shutter speed. The next move is un to you. This article culminates several months of extensive research by the writers into available movies of'UF01s' 16mm cameras. Names and addresses of any wit­ nesses are also important.. The original footage never was secured. USAF. Once the film is exposed. processed and projected? The best recommendation is to contact one of the reputable research organizations in this field--such as NICAP in the District of Columbia. one of us will resolve the "flyin g saucer" enigma.v TO FILM UFO 1 s UF01s If one is in an area with clear. For some day.HOW TO FILM HQl. detailed description of ob­ ject (s). KEEP RECORDS. haze and a very light sky are predominant. he related that it took some efforts on the part of ATIC to secure even a few prints (frame en­ largements. This can be a most important factor relative to filming UF01s. filter. away from the sun (also

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DeLacey apparently has yet to respond to any enquiries regarding his UFO film. Tacker on 14 April 1958: "I should also add. Wrote Maj. we suggest that the original or an exceptionally fine duplicate by retain by the owner at all times. he related that it took some efforts on the part of ATIC to secure even a few prints (frame en­ largements.) Aperture should be increased by one-half stop for 64 fps (example: f/9. This article culminates several months of extensive research by the writers into available movies of'UF01s' 16mm cameras. Once the film is exposed. For some day. (2} On 1 �y 1958. de­ tailed exposure data (type of film.v TO FILM UFO 1 s UF01s If one is in an area with clear. Increase aperture about one­ half 1-stop for every 2. Major Tacker responded to our enquiry regarding the Benn film as follows: "ATIC evaluated the film and the �bjects were found to be cluster-tyne weather balloons. apparently) from 1�i te Sands. It may also be worth noting that fine grain color film can be enlarged to 35mm for possible commercial ex­ ploitation. N SAUCERS. we suggest that it be copied before very many projections. naturally. color. Ruppelt1s book. f/8 mig�t be a good setting to follow. etc. have it processed as soon as possible. sky and weather conditions at the time (check local weather bureau). Civilian Saucer Intelligence of New York-or even Flying � Saucers International. deep blue skies. a fairly good �� exposure setting is about f/7 at 48 frame� per second with Kodachrome (ASA 10}. for the latter must usually deal through a retailer. processed and projected? The best recommendation is to contact one of the reputable research organizations in this field--such as NICAP in the District of Columbia. The reported multiple observations by the children v1ould tend to discount this explanation.rnoon hours}.r. New 16mm cameras with coupled electric light meters (Bell & Howell 200EE magazine load and 240EE roll load) would. Tacker. haze and a very light sky are predominant. 11 You are liable to waste some film in doing this. 3 to f/8)." Querying �. The next move is un to you. Rumors have Rersisted for several years of interesting UFO films being borrowed" by certain authorities and either never returned (presumably "lost" or "misplaced") or very unsatisfactory copies returned less the original. If the photographer constantly faces north. Names and addresses of any wit­ nesses are also important. Autumn 1958 -12- E S In correspondence from Major Lawrence J. since you cited Mr. demand a receipt for your original footage and a written statement affirming that the total film will be returned. direction. USAF. that it was cleared only for security purposes and in fact a disclaimer for factual accuracy was made at that time by the Department of Defense. we can first recommend that only the finest in films and services be employed in your research. � 0 SAUCERS. the best 1-stop is about f/11 at 48 fps. This can be a most important factor relative to filming UF01s.HOW TO FILM HQl. aperture setting. exposure must be de­ creased by one full 1-stop. (Also. be ideal for UFO photography. Autumn 1958 -13- . Therefore. shutter speed. Conversely. including shape. noise (if any}. In summing up. brilliance. one of us will resolve the "flyin g saucer" enigma.. (3) Mr. detailed description of ob­ ject (s). to prevent scratching and projection marks.) T (1) CONCLUDING. VIe believe this material to be as complete as possible for the time and effort ex­ pended.500 feet in altitude. If the sky is not a dee� blue but still relatively devoid of haze and smoke. lenses. it seems the Air Force nm-1 denies the existence of this film. KEEP RECORDS. The original footage never was secured. The above applies to average overall sky conditions only. etc.) 1'1HAT SHOULD ONE :00 after a UFO film has been exposed. (This is especially true of color film which is said to deteriorate rapidly after exposure. films and accessories apparently suitable for 11 capturing" them.. but the� are limited to a 40mm telephoto attachment (about 1-2/3 ). (16mm color duplicates run approx. Ruppelt. Quite often professional services are more reasonable than those available to the amateur. 11� per foot. south at mid-day and west in the afternoon). And be certain to keep notes in such a way as to effect no confusion in later identify­ ing them with the film.) (Cont. But if smog. filter. (The latter condition is probably localized to metropolitan industrial areas. duration of sighting. ONE UFO RESEARCHER has suggested: "Shoot first-and ask questions later. If anything unusual should turn up on your film. aperture should be in­ creased by one full 1-stop. These data should include: specific time and date of observation. if one faces the general direction of the sun (east in morning. away from the sun (also

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lest in the early morning and east during the •late afte. Every detail of a UFO obser­ vation should be immediately and thoroug�ly recorded in a handy notebook. and only someone who was well acquainted with their files was able to locate those.) . but it will probably pay off in the long run.

THE OCTOBER 1958 issue of Astronautics. recently reduced its annual membership dues from $7. It is believed the Sugar Grove instru­ ment will be sensitive enough to detect the reflected radio emanations of rocket motor exhausts and other heat sources by tuning in on the moon.eles 35.ccurate and interesting will be the result.. At $1 per copy ($5 per set). Congressman William H. states Astron�. or (D) Public apathy and conformity? Please get your cards in as soon as possi. is attemnting to compile a directory of American and overseas UFO clubs. N. Mass..the subject of intensive research by the AVCO Re­ search Laboratory. 14% contained insufficient information for analysis. The object was 3ix4� ft. Other hearings will be held soon. 155 Third St. we request that you put your opinions to the questions below on post/postal cards only (letters are more difficult to process).. Calif. Va. Address: ''Saucer Poll. The more by number only whoreepona:. N. One of tneir published ob­ . Rochester 5. 9/5. 0.) LAST JANUARY. Autumn 1958 -15- . and we heartily concur. birds and man-made objects. Olean. (B) Fantastic claims by some "contac­ tees. Los Ane. Since most of the material presented to the committee is classified.. We belie:ve this policy to be dangerous (UPI. " 8/3. Obviously. A 4x4-inch angle-iron leg of the tower was burned off at the ground. Va. J. McCormack are members of the subcommittee looking into UFO's." � MISCELLANY. Box 350"34. The opinions to be stated are: #1 Best author of UFO material­ #2 Best book on UFO' a- #3 Person who has accomplished most for subject-­ #4 The "contact clai!11ant'' you would most likely believe (if any)-- #5 Most comprehensive periodical devoted to UFO's-- #6 What newspaper in your nearest metropolitan area publishes the most UFO news-- #7 Which of the follo>-ri ng has most harmed UFO research: (A) Official censorship and ridicule. They claimed having investigated 1." Flying Saucers International. Sept. this a.. List the queries after which write your response.SHORT SHOTS & N�'IS NOTES PAUL R. and a willingness to hear op­ posing factions was indicated. the more a. they "From evi­ will be released if possible. it is clear t he Air Force is still withholding information on UFO's--including sighting re_Ports. Knopp. W. Y. D. in diamter. Bruening. J. a monthly organ of the American Rocket Society.270 UFO reports during the 13 mos.-March and June-July 1958 issues of to him Saucer News. -March issue of Saucer News was particularly revealing. reveals that the Navy is building a $60 million radio telescope at Sugar Grove. 1958 issue of Saucer Review � Abstracts (30¢: Samuel J.'' (C) Press apathy.. \�en conclusions are reached. • • • • . Argo. Results: 84% of the sightings were of natural phenomena. N. Results will be nublished in the coming issue of SAUCERS..) SAUCERS... Miss. jectives in the field of "space night is Electromagnetic propulsion. now is not the time to stop writing our Congressmen--particularly Repre­ sentatives Ayers. kno\m as magnetohydrodynamics (MHD). This principle. W. with a parabolic receiver more than 400 ft. Modifying our original survey somewhat. weighed an esti­ mated one to two thousand pounds. C. said it gave off a terrible ddor. The Feb. the Air Force issued a new press release relative to UFO's. Star Route.o f course. on Sept. Box 163. Servic� Manager for the Old Ibm1nion Power Co.) • • • LAST OCTOBER... Autumn 1958 -14- SHORT SHOTS & NE�vS NOTES attempt" in 1954.� conta� n some extremely interestin� material on John Otto s WGN Contact (Cont. News Director for m{NS. has suggested that it is about time we brought our "Sa. 1536 Connecticut Ave. balloons.000 voltage line). but they have only heard the Air Force's position to date. • AN OBJECT BELIEVED to ha. wherein he stated: "Congressional investigations have been held and are still being held on the problem of unidentified flying objects (UFO's).) • • • � SAUCERS. TRENT. they contain 20 questions each. (Bob Barry.. Ciurca. the hear­ ings are never printed. is.. Valley Center. The !lying Saucer Conspiracy (Keyhoe} and The Report Qll Unidentified !lying Objects (Ruppelt) in future issues Those interested in the writings of George Ada!11ski might like to know that a series of five Question and Answer booklets by George Adamski have been published by Cosmic Science. Congressman Keating. Calif. H. 4. N. West Rich­ field. P." Observed NICAP: dence in NICAP's possession. hoaxes.) contains a valuable Index to !lying Saucers Have Landed. State College. says he doesn't personally believe in UFO's. 1958. Jr. according to Barry. and less than 2 per cent were classified "unknowns.) NICAP. We hoPe that Editor Ciurca will e­ laborate his idea to include indices of The llying_Saucers Are Real. Keating and John W. Leon Davidson citing the entrance of the Central Intelli gence Agency into the in­ vestigation The Sept. Y. Ayers (R. C. period ending last July 31. Box 454. He will appreciate any information sent The Feb." "Although investigations were completed on these 'unknown' cases without positive or (Cont.W." Skeens reported the object struck the 55-foot tower (supporting a 33. Al­ though the Naval Research Laboratory is suppo�ed to be in charge of the facility. o.ble. Ill. claims that Representatives Kenneth B.mtice. Skeens.ve been a "meteorite" crashed into a high tension line tower neer Appalachia.ucer Poll'' {SAUCERS. it was stated.. bent a tower arm. broke insulators and shorted the circuit. Fort Lee.000 mph." TH� SAME ISSUE of Astronautics notes that gas pArticles in a ma etic field have been accelerated to a velocity of 500. Keating and McCormack. with Dr.rran _ ge­ ment is merely a 'cover' for one of the nation's lesser known intelligence agencies. Washington 6.50 to $5-per annum. 1954) up-to-date.-Ohio) wrote a letter to NICAP !-!ember Melvin V. and Dec. Everett. like sulphur. {AP.

hoaxes. Results will be nublished in the coming issue of SAUCERS.. It is believed the Sugar Grove instru­ ment will be sensitive enough to detect the reflected radio emanations of rocket motor exhausts and other heat sources by tuning in on the moon. 9/5. Everett. says he doesn't personally believe in UFO's. Modifying our original survey somewhat. they "From evi­ will be released if possible. {AP.270 UFO reports during the 13 mos. He will appreciate any information sent The Feb. Leon Davidson citing the entrance of the Central Intelli gence Agency into the in­ vestigation The Sept. They claimed having investigated 1. Va. Mass. Calif. Results: 84% of the sightings were of natural phenomena. Olean. The more by number only whoreepona:. N. Calif. (B) Fantastic claims by some "contac­ tees. Rochester 5. 1536 Connecticut Ave.) NICAP.the subject of intensive research by the AVCO Re­ search Laboratory.000 mph. but they have only heard the Air Force's position to date. Jr. Box 454. We belie:ve this policy to be dangerous (UPI.) SAUCERS.W. D." TH� SAME ISSUE of Astronautics notes that gas pArticles in a ma etic field have been accelerated to a velocity of 500.-March and June-July 1958 issues of to him Saucer News. period ending last July 31..000 voltage line). Congressman William H. Fort Lee.. The !lying Saucer Conspiracy (Keyhoe} and The Report Qll Unidentified !lying Objects (Ruppelt) in future issues Those interested in the writings of George Ada!11ski might like to know that a series of five Question and Answer booklets by George Adamski have been published by Cosmic Science. weighed an esti­ mated one to two thousand pounds. McCormack are members of the subcommittee looking into UFO's." Observed NICAP: dence in NICAP's possession. we request that you put your opinions to the questions below on post/postal cards only (letters are more difficult to process). We hoPe that Editor Ciurca will e­ laborate his idea to include indices of The llying_Saucers Are Real. West Rich­ field. H. W.-Ohio) wrote a letter to NICAP !-!ember Melvin V. • AN OBJECT BELIEVED to ha.ble. At $1 per copy ($5 per set). -March issue of Saucer News was particularly revealing. J. and Dec. said it gave off a terrible ddor. broke insulators and shorted the circuit. Bruening. the more a. or (D) Public apathy and conformity? Please get your cards in as soon as possi. Argo. The Feb.. Ayers (R.) • • • LAST OCTOBER. balloons. 1958. Autumn 1958 -15- . now is not the time to stop writing our Congressmen--particularly Repre­ sentatives Ayers. \�en conclusions are reached. Since most of the material presented to the committee is classified. and we heartily concur.ccurate and interesting will be the result.) contains a valuable Index to !lying Saucers Have Landed.SHORT SHOTS & N�'IS NOTES PAUL R. Autumn 1958 -14- SHORT SHOTS & NE�vS NOTES attempt" in 1954. Box 350"34. N.) • • • � SAUCERS. Ill. A 4x4-inch angle-iron leg of the tower was burned off at the ground. Ciurca.. the hear­ ings are never printed. jectives in the field of "space night is Electromagnetic propulsion. a monthly organ of the American Rocket Society. One of tneir published ob­ ..mtice. states Astron�. (Bob Barry.. Box 163.rran _ ge­ ment is merely a 'cover' for one of the nation's lesser known intelligence agencies. N. N. it was stated.eles 35. Y. 1954) up-to-date. wherein he stated: "Congressional investigations have been held and are still being held on the problem of unidentified flying objects (UFO's). the Air Force issued a new press release relative to UFO's. The object was 3ix4� ft. W. Los Ane. This principle.� conta� n some extremely interestin� material on John Otto s WGN Contact (Cont. • • • • . The opinions to be stated are: #1 Best author of UFO material­ #2 Best book on UFO' a- #3 Person who has accomplished most for subject-­ #4 The "contact clai!11ant'' you would most likely believe (if any)-- #5 Most comprehensive periodical devoted to UFO's-- #6 What newspaper in your nearest metropolitan area publishes the most UFO news-- #7 Which of the follo>-ri ng has most harmed UFO research: (A) Official censorship and ridicule. 155 Third St. Valley Center.ucer Poll'' {SAUCERS.. claims that Representatives Kenneth B. like sulphur. Star Route. P. TRENT. Keating and McCormack. and a willingness to hear op­ posing factions was indicated. 0. News Director for m{NS." "Although investigations were completed on these 'unknown' cases without positive or (Cont. List the queries after which write your response. Obviously. Al­ though the Naval Research Laboratory is suppo�ed to be in charge of the facility. " 8/3. recently reduced its annual membership dues from $7.. 1958 issue of Saucer Review � Abstracts (30¢: Samuel J. Knopp. Other hearings will be held soon. with a parabolic receiver more than 400 ft. is. 4. according to Barry. Y. Congressman Keating. with Dr. Skeens.. is attemnting to compile a directory of American and overseas UFO clubs.. C. on Sept. in diamter. o. bent a tower arm. has suggested that it is about time we brought our "Sa..50 to $5-per annum. J..o f course.'' (C) Press apathy.ve been a "meteorite" crashed into a high tension line tower neer Appalachia." Flying Saucers International. they contain 20 questions each. and less than 2 per cent were classified "unknowns." Skeens reported the object struck the 55-foot tower (supporting a 33. Washington 6. 14% contained insufficient information for analysis. Keating and John W. Sept. C. Va. Miss.. it is clear t he Air Force is still withholding information on UFO's--including sighting re_Ports.) LAST JANUARY. birds and man-made objects. reveals that the Navy is building a $60 million radio telescope at Sugar Grove. Servic� Manager for the Old Ibm1nion Power Co. State College." � MISCELLANY. THE OCTOBER 1958 issue of Astronautics. this a. Address: ''Saucer Poll. kno\m as magnetohydrodynamics (MHD).

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lith a high­ speed film. The observer thinks the objects were traveling too fast. DeLacey called the Honolulu weather station. we undertook a rather intensive survey of equipment and techniques useful for this research. DeLacey captured the tops of trees.8 Tele-Athenar lens. Personal preference should dictate the choice. The lens comes in a s�ecial lightweight mount. The #240 is slightly less expensive than the K-100. anyway. �£� ACCORDING TO THE VALLEJO Times-Herald. a Vallejo. Because its shut­ ter speed can be reduced to 8 frames per second (fps). (Cont. �· 3xpendiFor ture. one of the UF01s is in the center of the screen as the other rapidly approaches it. Startled by the aerial formation. might serve the pur­ pose if a more expensive combination is out of the ques­ tion.. And their 9-inch f/3. We believe the most satisfactory lens for the filming of UFO's under a variety of conditions (day. (3) THE WRITERS have carefully studied as many of the above films as possible from the critical standpoint of quality and usefulness. lists for $139. The K-100 has perhaps the finest telescopic viewfinder made for a movie camera. ###BOT_TEXT###lt;Then telephoto objectives cannot be added to viewfinder).. At first he ignored the tripod. though quite un�P. 50. Autumn 1958 . be it a Keystone. although they are somewhat expensive. 1 Two "very distinctly round objects" are supposedly clearly reproduced on the film. on the other hand. as well as used cameras. ) These 16mm telephoto lenses (available in either standard "C'' or Kodak mounts) are manufactured and distributed by Century Precision Photographic Equipment. nor can anything resembling a 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ling be distinguished.tion. Eut any kind of camera can take pic­ tures. in good condition can frequently be picked un on the used counter for something like $50.HOW TO FILM UFO 1s H01v To FILM UFO 1s fastest speed is limited to 48 fps compared to 64 fps for the K-100. NBC-TV. Autumn 1958 -9- . The large aperture makes this lens suitable for night exposures as well as daylight. Calif. and some good bargains c�n be found in used lenses. We feel that the Kodak K-100 and Bell & Howell Model #240 16mm cameras are the two most satis­ factory available for UF01s. Hawaii. night. on January 3. and our tests have shown that the lens resolves substantially better than the human eye. these lenses are obtainable for about $50 to $70. -� � ·\. making the latter more suitable for daylight UFO attempts with a telephoto lens of six inches focal length or lon-ger. which could easily be adapted to UFO use on either of the aforementioned (Century lenses are used by cameras. ' he said later..m.Y 611 f/2.

1958. THE C��RA. for reference points. e. Personal preference should dictate the choice. The #240 is slightly less expensive than the K-100. not elongated. "I yelled at my wife then dashed into the house for my camera and tri­ � pod. or even the less expensive Elitar and Kinotel (which oc­ casionally discount for $25 or $30).8 Tele-Athenar lens.... Autumn 1958 . At first he ignored the tripod. ###BOT_TEXT###lt;Then telephoto objectives cannot be added to viewfinder). · LENSES.m. CBS-TV and a number of missile test centers. North Hollywood. (3) THE WRITERS have carefully studied as many of the above films as possible from the critical standpoint of quality and usefulness. And their 9-inch f/3. a Vallejo. 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lith a high­ speed film. The material to follow will not be directed to the 8mm amateur photographers� for we feel that his equip­ ment will be inadequate to sufficiently resolve any unusual phenomena unless it \·tere relatively close. he regained his composure and . • Lenses in excess of nine or ten inches focal length are not recommended because of limited field of view and 11 exaggerated "jumping. which could easily be adapted to UFO use on either of the aforementioned (Century lenses are used by cameras. and 32 ft. But the 8mm cinematographer should gain some valuable in­ stru·ction and ideas by bearing with us.•• . these lenses are obtainable for about $50 to $70. The K-100 has perhaps the finest telescopic viewfinder made for a movie camera. These cameras are usually limited to lenses of not more than 3" focal lengths and to gpring runs not exceeding 20 feet. DeLacey called the Honolulu weather station. 9 and f/1. anyway.e. Startled by the aerial formation.. but after a few seconds. a discontinued Bell &. In one scene. . and some good bargains c�n be found in used lenses. and both are noted for overall quality and workmanship.50. '�there is absolutely nothing about their shape that calls to mind an aircraft of any description. �£� ACCORDING TO THE VALLEJO Times-Herald.Y 611 f/2. 10659 Burbank Elvd. We feel that the Kodak K-100 and Bell & Howell Model #240 16mm cameras are the two most satis­ factory available for UF01s. The standard three-inch telephoto is advisable for cameras with single objective viewfinders ( 1. on the other hand. in good condition can frequently be picked un on the used counter for something like $50.tion. CLIFF DE LACEY.8 lens lists for $119. ) These 16mm telephoto lenses (available in either standard "C'' or Kodak mounts) are manufactured and distributed by Century Precision Photographic Equipment. which should be a considere.ho can afford only a minimal //�-•.. 50. 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ling be distinguished. we undertook a rather intensive survey of equipment and techniques useful for this research. no tail fins are visibf.) -8SAUCERS . making the latter more suitable for daylight UFO attempts with a telephoto lens of six inches focal length or lon-ger. lists for $139..raphing several of nine UFO1s he obseryed about 4 p. however. With this lens. one of the UF01s is in the center of the screen as the other rapidly approaches it. · ' After concluding his filming. Fortunately.8 Apo-Tele-Athenar. . NBC-TV. night.i 70. Because its shut­ ter speed can be reduced to 8 frames per second (fps). Eut any kind of camera can take pic­ tures. Such ru a camera attached to a good 3-inch telephoto. on January 3. 5. Revere or other. We believe the most satisfactory lens for the filming of UFO's under a variety of conditions (day. both have_ long spring runs (40 ft. �· 3xpendiFor ture. They are spherical. Howell Auto 1 Load. Autumn 1958 -9- . near the end of his exposure. and our tests have shown that the lens resolves substantially better than the human eye. The lens comes in a s�ecial lightweight mount. or an old Kodak magazine-load. Hawaii. 1 Two "very distinctly round objects" are supposedly clearly reproduced on the film. The observer thinks the objects were traveling too fast.HOW TO FILM UFO 1s H01v To FILM UFO 1s fastest speed is limited to 48 fps compared to 64 fps for the K-100. Calif. be it a Keystone. ' he said later. The large aperture makes this lens suitable for night exposures as well as daylight. might serve the pur­ pose if a more expensive combination is out of the ques­ tion.. Both have become available only in recent years. etc. the #240 might be slightly superior to the K-100 (limited to 16 fps) for night photography. though quite un�P. Mansfield. and turret-models are available for both. re­ spectively) for extended following of action.cessary for UF01s. 1958. -� � ·\. its {Cont. reports photog. as well as used cameras. ) SAUCERS . Several are available with apertures of f/1. l j The Centur. Having established that good motion pictures of unidentified aerial phenomena can be extremely valuable in resolving the enigma. DeLacey captured the tops of trees. (Cont.

>then the spring run exceeds 20 feet. a split-image with op­ tical registration on one side and a spectrum registra­ tion orr the other would be both unique and valuable (more so with color film ). 114 E. particularly at higher altitudes. is not recommended. 8th Ave. When anticipating UFO's. If color film is to be kept on hand for any period of time (i. A light meter is almost a necessity for sky photography. One researcher has suggested that a diffraction grating be placed �dthin the shutter in such a manner that every other frame would record the spectral lines while the remaining frames would record the optical images. Denver 3. It is rated at ASA 100. Standard film is considered to be Kodachrome. ) Super Anscochrome color film. It is recommended to store processed film in a cool and dry place. this will considerably reduce camera unstertdi­ ness. Exposure compensation should naturally be taken into consideration. When UFO searching.) SAUCERS. Walz and Weston now all have movie DR-­ time.. 6-. l'ihile a tripod would certainly steady the camera. They are all quite small and extremely simple to read. Other 1vays to steady the camera would be to lean against a wall or to hold the camera against something. vre recommend a "slow­ o m tion" setting of 48 frames per second. like a fence. if not impossible. orange or red fil­ ter should be employed (but only with uanchromatic films) to darken the sky. Color films should not be sub­ jected to extremes of heat or humidity. They should.various f-stops to determine the most efficient setting. Exposure may vary by as much as a factor of four in different regions of the sky at the same (Sekonic. Never put film in a glove com­ partment.and 10-inch lenses and t. Autumn 1958 -11- . tree branches. EXPOSURE FACTORS. ho. Colo. Some experimentation would be helpful. A gun-stock mi&�t prove valuable. trunk or enclosed automobile except for brief periods. already been covered. (l'lestern Cine Service. 9.95--for the Sekonic V�vie Pet--to about $17 for the (Cont. Some researchers recom­ mend the use of a haze or sunliehl filter for DayligQ1 Kodachrome to reduce excessive ultra violet haze. refrigerator or freezer. Tri-X B&W film (ASA 200-400) is desirable for night use only. has offered a B&1'l film rated at 800 ASA. FILM.HOW TO FILM UFO 1 s H011{ TO FILivl UFO 1 S should be tested by an optical worksho � to assure critical sharpness and satisfactory contrast. For the advanced hobbyist. several months). etc. it is considered impractical because following rapidly moving objects 1vould prove exceedingly difficult. This film would not be satisfactory for n�ght exposures except if an object were unusually brilliant. Some lenses lose their resolving povrer at very large or very small apertures.) Weston DR.. if possible.") Black and White films are not recommended for daytime use.-10- STORAGE OF FILM. therefore. · Anscochrome. par­ ticularly at hi&�er altitudes.e. Super Anscochrome. Ektachrome and Koda­ chrome Commercial films are not recommended because of low contrast and excessive grain structure.rever. distant build­ ings.5 and f /1. one might look into the possibilities of Eastman's new High Speed Infra R ed film. It was listed for about $8 per 100' roll. If it must be used. As already indicated. KODAK K-100 �nd For night photography requiring extreme speed. a setting of about 64 fps is preferred. lenses should always be set at infinity. CENTURY 6" LENS CAMERA SPEED. Allow at least two or three hours at room temperature be­ fore unsealing and placing film in camera to prevent moisture condensation. (Cont. clouds. not recommended for daytime exposure. be tested at. (Century Photo ad­ vertises f/1. Prices range from $4. might be used on certain niehttime objects. Night cinematography on the whole. Direct Reading--type exposure meters available. Both have a daytime exposure index of ASA 10.. for the most part. Autumn 1958 . Use fresh film as often as possible. This aspect of cinematography has. a deep yellow. Saran wrapping will keep the film quite well in refriger­ ators and should prevent the carton from deteriorating. mountains.) SAUCERS. �lighi Kodachrome is recommended by some because of more accurate registration of the full color spectrum. processing included. FILTERS. while !y�! (with #85 conversion filter) is preferred by others in. it is extremely important for points of reference to be included w1thin the field of view--such as power lines. Do not refrigerate film after sealing has been removed. For three-inch lenses and when the suring run is less than 20 feet. This filter would be un­ necessary when an #85 filter is used with �y� ! Koda­ chrome..having greater ultra-violet haze penetratiorr.. for just points of lieht less reference structure (trees.9 3" lenses with "razor sharp re­ solving power. This will later help to prove the authenticity of the film and will be invaluable for ana­ lytical examination. it is ad­ visable to store it in a cooler. summer time being particularly dangerous. 1{ith 4-. etc. it is best to keep camera out of direct sunlight as much as possible. Also.) vrould be virtually worth­ less.

) SAUCERS. FILTERS. Allow at least two or three hours at room temperature be­ fore unsealing and placing film in camera to prevent moisture condensation. Never put film in a glove com­ partment. FILM. For three-inch lenses and when the suring run is less than 20 feet. Night cinematography on the whole. Walz and Weston now all have movie DR-­ time. has offered a B&1'l film rated at 800 ASA. (Cont. a deep yellow. tree branches. Super Anscochrome.and 10-inch lenses and t. it is best to keep camera out of direct sunlight as much as possible. They should. One researcher has suggested that a diffraction grating be placed �dthin the shutter in such a manner that every other frame would record the spectral lines while the remaining frames would record the optical images. ) Super Anscochrome color film. processing included. Other 1vays to steady the camera would be to lean against a wall or to hold the camera against something. for just points of lieht less reference structure (trees. Also. It is recommended to store processed film in a cool and dry place. ho. 1{ith 4-. etc. lenses should always be set at infinity.) vrould be virtually worth­ less. might be used on certain niehttime objects.. etc. distant build­ ings. It is rated at ASA 100. Use fresh film as often as possible. Tri-X B&W film (ASA 200-400) is desirable for night use only. be tested at. It was listed for about $8 per 100' roll. this will considerably reduce camera unstertdi­ ness. This film would not be satisfactory for n�ght exposures except if an object were unusually brilliant. while !y�! (with #85 conversion filter) is preferred by others in. not recommended for daytime exposure. for the most part.. Direct Reading--type exposure meters available. Both have a daytime exposure index of ASA 10. They are all quite small and extremely simple to read. 114 E. Some experimentation would be helpful.. it is extremely important for points of reference to be included w1thin the field of view--such as power lines. Ektachrome and Koda­ chrome Commercial films are not recommended because of low contrast and excessive grain structure.) Weston DR. Autumn 1958 -11- . This aspect of cinematography has. par­ ticularly at hi&�er altitudes. 9. As already indicated. it is ad­ visable to store it in a cooler. one might look into the possibilities of Eastman's new High Speed Infra R ed film.e.. Do not refrigerate film after sealing has been removed. This will later help to prove the authenticity of the film and will be invaluable for ana­ lytical examination. mountains. Color films should not be sub­ jected to extremes of heat or humidity. particularly at higher altitudes. a setting of about 64 fps is preferred. Prices range from $4.various f-stops to determine the most efficient setting. Autumn 1958 . EXPOSURE FACTORS. if not impossible.rever. For the advanced hobbyist. A light meter is almost a necessity for sky photography. · Anscochrome. summer time being particularly dangerous.HOW TO FILM UFO 1 s H011{ TO FILivl UFO 1 S should be tested by an optical worksho � to assure critical sharpness and satisfactory contrast. 6-. several months). l'ihile a tripod would certainly steady the camera. clouds. If color film is to be kept on hand for any period of time (i. (l'lestern Cine Service.) SAUCERS. A gun-stock mi&�t prove valuable. Some researchers recom­ mend the use of a haze or sunliehl filter for DayligQ1 Kodachrome to reduce excessive ultra violet haze. orange or red fil­ ter should be employed (but only with uanchromatic films) to darken the sky. Colo. Denver 3. Saran wrapping will keep the film quite well in refriger­ ators and should prevent the carton from deteriorating. Exposure may vary by as much as a factor of four in different regions of the sky at the same (Sekonic. 8th Ave.") Black and White films are not recommended for daytime use.having greater ultra-violet haze penetratiorr.>then the spring run exceeds 20 feet. Some lenses lose their resolving povrer at very large or very small apertures. KODAK K-100 �nd For night photography requiring extreme speed. �lighi Kodachrome is recommended by some because of more accurate registration of the full color spectrum. Exposure compensation should naturally be taken into consideration. vre recommend a "slow­ o m tion" setting of 48 frames per second. CENTURY 6" LENS CAMERA SPEED.9 3" lenses with "razor sharp re­ solving power. is not recommended. When UFO searching. already been covered. When anticipating UFO's. it is considered impractical because following rapidly moving objects 1vould prove exceedingly difficult. If it must be used. if possible. a split-image with op­ tical registration on one side and a spectrum registra­ tion orr the other would be both unique and valuable (more so with color film ).5 and f /1. This filter would be un­ necessary when an #85 filter is used with �y� ! Koda­ chrome.95--for the Sekonic V�vie Pet--to about $17 for the (Cont..-10- STORAGE OF FILM. (Century Photo ad­ vertises f/1. refrigerator or freezer. trunk or enclosed automobile except for brief periods. like a fence. Standard film is considered to be Kodachrome. therefore.

Major Tacker responded to our enquiry regarding the Benn film as follows: "ATIC evaluated the film and the �bjects were found to be cluster-tyne weather balloons.rnoon hours}. etc. the best 1-stop is about f/11 at 48 fps. we can first recommend that only the finest in films and services be employed in your research. since you cited Mr. � 0 SAUCERS. demand a receipt for your original footage and a written statement affirming that the total film will be returned. Rumors have Rersisted for several years of interesting UFO films being borrowed" by certain authorities and either never returned (presumably "lost" or "misplaced") or very unsatisfactory copies returned less the original. aperture should be in­ creased by one full 1-stop. Tacker. for the latter must usually deal through a retailer. Ruppelt. that it was cleared only for security purposes and in fact a disclaimer for factual accuracy was made at that time by the Department of Defense. VIe believe this material to be as complete as possible for the time and effort ex­ pended. Ruppelt1s book. be ideal for UFO photography. Wrote Maj. (Also.. 11� per foot. if one faces the general direction of the sun (east in morning. The above applies to average overall sky conditions only. sky and weather conditions at the time (check local weather bureau). direction. exposure must be de­ creased by one full 1-stop. Every detail of a UFO obser­ vation should be immediately and thoroug�ly recorded in a handy notebook. ONE UFO RESEARCHER has suggested: "Shoot first-and ask questions later.500 feet in altitude. DeLacey apparently has yet to respond to any enquiries regarding his UFO film. and only someone who was well acquainted with their files was able to locate those.) (Cont. The reported multiple observations by the children v1ould tend to discount this explanation. And be certain to keep notes in such a way as to effect no confusion in later identify­ ing them with the film. (This is especially true of color film which is said to deteriorate rapidly after exposure. de­ tailed exposure data (type of film.) . Quite often professional services are more reasonable than those available to the amateur. have it processed as soon as possible. etc. but the� are limited to a 40mm telephoto attachment (about 1-2/3 ). aperture setting. (The latter condition is probably localized to metropolitan industrial areas. Autumn 1958 -13- . But if smog. Civilian Saucer Intelligence of New York-or even Flying � Saucers International. films and accessories apparently suitable for 11 capturing" them. (2} On 1 �y 1958.) Aperture should be increased by one-half stop for 64 fps (example: f/9. 11 You are liable to waste some film in doing this. a fairly good �� exposure setting is about f/7 at 48 frame� per second with Kodachrome (ASA 10}. it seems the Air Force nm-1 denies the existence of this film. N SAUCERS. we suggest that the original or an exceptionally fine duplicate by retain by the owner at all times.r. brilliance. If the photographer constantly faces north. f/8 mig�t be a good setting to follow.) 1'1HAT SHOULD ONE :00 after a UFO film has been exposed. Autumn 1958 -12- E S In correspondence from Major Lawrence J. apparently) from 1�i te Sands. Therefore. including shape. Conversely. color. 3 to f/8). Tacker on 14 April 1958: "I should also add. In summing up. naturally." Querying �. we suggest that it be copied before very many projections. noise (if any}. to prevent scratching and projection marks. If the sky is not a dee� blue but still relatively devoid of haze and smoke. south at mid-day and west in the afternoon). but it will probably pay off in the long run. deep blue skies. These data should include: specific time and date of observation. If anything unusual should turn up on your film.) T (1) CONCLUDING. It may also be worth noting that fine grain color film can be enlarged to 35mm for possible commercial ex­ ploitation. New 16mm cameras with coupled electric light meters (Bell & Howell 200EE magazine load and 240EE roll load) would. duration of sighting. Increase aperture about one­ half 1-stop for every 2. (3) Mr. lenses. (16mm color duplicates run approx. shutter speed. The next move is un to you. This article culminates several months of extensive research by the writers into available movies of'UF01s' 16mm cameras. Names and addresses of any wit­ nesses are also important.. The original footage never was secured. USAF. Once the film is exposed. processed and projected? The best recommendation is to contact one of the reputable research organizations in this field--such as NICAP in the District of Columbia. one of us will resolve the "flyin g saucer" enigma.v TO FILM UFO 1 s UF01s If one is in an area with clear. For some day.HOW TO FILM HQl. detailed description of ob­ ject (s). KEEP RECORDS. haze and a very light sky are predominant. he related that it took some efforts on the part of ATIC to secure even a few prints (frame en­ largements. This can be a most important factor relative to filming UF01s. filter. away from the sun (also 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DeLacey apparently has yet to respond to any enquiries regarding his UFO film. Tacker on 14 April 1958: "I should also add. Wrote Maj. we suggest that the original or an exceptionally fine duplicate by retain by the owner at all times. he related that it took some efforts on the part of ATIC to secure even a few prints (frame en­ largements.) Aperture should be increased by one-half stop for 64 fps (example: f/9. This article culminates several months of extensive research by the writers into available movies of'UF01s' 16mm cameras. Once the film is exposed. For some day. (2} On 1 �y 1958. de­ tailed exposure data (type of film.v TO FILM UFO 1 s UF01s If one is in an area with clear. Increase aperture about one­ half 1-stop for every 2. Major Tacker responded to our enquiry regarding the Benn film as follows: "ATIC evaluated the film and the �bjects were found to be cluster-tyne weather balloons. apparently) from 1�i te Sands. It may also be worth noting that fine grain color film can be enlarged to 35mm for possible commercial ex­ ploitation. N SAUCERS. we suggest that it be copied before very many projections. naturally. color. Ruppelt1s book. f/8 mig�t be a good setting to follow. etc. have it processed as soon as possible. sky and weather conditions at the time (check local weather bureau). Civilian Saucer Intelligence of New York-or even Flying � Saucers International. deep blue skies. a fairly good �� exposure setting is about f/7 at 48 frame� per second with Kodachrome (ASA 10}. for the latter must usually deal through a retailer. processed and projected? The best recommendation is to contact one of the reputable research organizations in this field--such as NICAP in the District of Columbia. The reported multiple observations by the children v1ould tend to discount this explanation.rnoon hours}.r. New 16mm cameras with coupled electric light meters (Bell & Howell 200EE magazine load and 240EE roll load) would. Tacker. haze and a very light sky are predominant. 11 You are liable to waste some film in doing this. 3 to f/8)." Querying �. The next move is un to you. Rumors have Rersisted for several years of interesting UFO films being borrowed" by certain authorities and either never returned (presumably "lost" or "misplaced") or very unsatisfactory copies returned less the original. If the photographer constantly faces north. Names and addresses of any wit­ nesses are also important. Autumn 1958 -12- E S In correspondence from Major Lawrence J. since you cited Mr. demand a receipt for your original footage and a written statement affirming that the total film will be returned. direction. USAF. that it was cleared only for security purposes and in fact a disclaimer for factual accuracy was made at that time by the Department of Defense. we can first recommend that only the finest in films and services be employed in your research. � 0 SAUCERS. the best 1-stop is about f/11 at 48 fps. This can be a most important factor relative to filming UF01s.HOW TO FILM HQl. aperture setting. exposure must be de­ creased by one full 1-stop. (Also. be ideal for UFO photography. Autumn 1958 -13- . Therefore. shutter speed. Conversely. including shape. noise (if any}. In summing up. brilliance. one of us will resolve the "flyin g saucer" enigma.. (3) Mr. detailed description of ob­ ject (s). to prevent scratching and projection marks.) T (1) CONCLUDING. VIe believe this material to be as complete as possible for the time and effort ex­ pended.500 feet in altitude. If the sky is not a dee� blue but still relatively devoid of haze and smoke. lenses. it seems the Air Force nm-1 denies the existence of this film. KEEP RECORDS. The original footage never was secured. The above applies to average overall sky conditions only. etc.) 1'1HAT SHOULD ONE :00 after a UFO film has been exposed. (This is especially true of color film which is said to deteriorate rapidly after exposure. films and accessories apparently suitable for 11 capturing" them.. but the� are limited to a 40mm telephoto attachment (about 1-2/3 ). (16mm color duplicates run approx. Ruppelt. Quite often professional services are more reasonable than those available to the amateur. 11� per foot. south at mid-day and west in the afternoon). And be certain to keep notes in such a way as to effect no confusion in later identify­ ing them with the film.) (Cont. But if smog. filter. (The latter condition is probably localized to metropolitan industrial areas. duration of sighting. ONE UFO RESEARCHER has suggested: "Shoot first-and ask questions later. If anything unusual should turn up on your film. aperture should be in­ creased by one full 1-stop. 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lest in the early morning and east during the •late afte. Every detail of a UFO obser­ vation should be immediately and thoroug�ly recorded in a handy notebook. and only someone who was well acquainted with their files was able to locate those.) . but it will probably pay off in the long run.

THE OCTOBER 1958 issue of Astronautics. recently reduced its annual membership dues from $7. It is believed the Sugar Grove instru­ ment will be sensitive enough to detect the reflected radio emanations of rocket motor exhausts and other heat sources by tuning in on the moon.eles 35.ccurate and interesting will be the result.. At $1 per copy ($5 per set). Congressman William H. states Astron�. or (D) Public apathy and conformity? Please get your cards in as soon as possi. is attemnting to compile a directory of American and overseas UFO clubs. N. Mass..the subject of intensive research by the AVCO Re­ search Laboratory. 14% contained insufficient information for analysis. The object was 3ix4� ft. Other hearings will be held soon. 155 Third St. we request that you put your opinions to the questions below on post/postal cards only (letters are more difficult to process).. Calif. Va. Address: ''Saucer Poll. The more by number only whoreepona:. N. One of tneir published ob­ . Rochester 5. 9/5. 0.) LAST JANUARY. Autumn 1958 -15- . and we heartily concur. birds and man-made objects. Olean. (B) Fantastic claims by some "contac­ tees. Los Ane. Since most of the material presented to the committee is classified.. We belie:ve this policy to be dangerous (UPI. " 8/3. Obviously. A 4x4-inch angle-iron leg of the tower was burned off at the ground. Va. J. McCormack are members of the subcommittee looking into UFO's." � MISCELLANY. Box 350"34. The opinions to be stated are: #1 Best author of UFO material­ #2 Best book on UFO' a- #3 Person who has accomplished most for subject-­ #4 The "contact clai!11ant'' you would most likely believe (if any)-- #5 Most comprehensive periodical devoted to UFO's-- #6 What newspaper in your nearest metropolitan area publishes the most UFO news-- #7 Which of the follo>-ri ng has most harmed UFO research: (A) Official censorship and ridicule. They claimed having investigated 1." Flying Saucers International. Sept. this a.. List the queries after which write your response.SHORT SHOTS & N�'IS NOTES PAUL R. and a willingness to hear op­ posing factions was indicated. the more a. they "From evi­ will be released if possible. it is clear t he Air Force is still withholding information on UFO's--including sighting re_Ports. Knopp. W. Y. D. in diamter. Bruening. J. a monthly organ of the American Rocket Society.270 UFO reports during the 13 mos.-March and June-July 1958 issues of to him Saucer News. -March issue of Saucer News was particularly revealing. reveals that the Navy is building a $60 million radio telescope at Sugar Grove. 1958 issue of Saucer Review � Abstracts (30¢: Samuel J.'' (C) Press apathy.. \�en conclusions are reached. • • • • . Argo. Results: 84% of the sightings were of natural phenomena. N. Results will be nublished in the coming issue of SAUCERS..) SAUCERS... Miss. jectives in the field of "space night is Electromagnetic propulsion. now is not the time to stop writing our Congressmen--particularly Repre­ sentatives Ayers. kno\m as magnetohydrodynamics (MHD). This principle. W. with a parabolic receiver more than 400 ft. Modifying our original survey somewhat. weighed an esti­ mated one to two thousand pounds. C. said it gave off a terrible ddor. The Feb. the Air Force issued a new press release relative to UFO's. Star Route.o f course. on Sept. Box 163. Servic� Manager for the Old Ibm1nion Power Co.) • • • LAST OCTOBER... Autumn 1958 -14- SHORT SHOTS & NE�vS NOTES attempt" in 1954.� conta� n some extremely interestin� material on John Otto s WGN Contact (Cont. News Director for m{NS. has suggested that it is about time we brought our "Sa. 1536 Connecticut Ave. balloons.000 voltage line). but they have only heard the Air Force's position to date. • AN OBJECT BELIEVED to ha. wherein he stated: "Congressional investigations have been held and are still being held on the problem of unidentified flying objects (UFO's).) • • • � SAUCERS. TRENT. they contain 20 questions each. (Bob Barry.. Ciurca. the hear­ ings are never printed. is.. Valley Center. The !lying Saucer Conspiracy (Keyhoe} and The Report Qll Unidentified !lying Objects (Ruppelt) in future issues Those interested in the writings of George Ada!11ski might like to know that a series of five Question and Answer booklets by George Adamski have been published by Cosmic Science. Congressman Keating. Calif. H. 4. N. West Rich­ field. P." Observed NICAP: dence in NICAP's possession. hoaxes.) contains a valuable Index to !lying Saucers Have Landed. State College. says he doesn't personally believe in UFO's. 1958. Jr. according to Barry. and less than 2 per cent were classified "unknowns.) NICAP. We hoPe that Editor Ciurca will e­ laborate his idea to include indices of The llying_Saucers Are Real. Keating and John W. Leon Davidson citing the entrance of the Central Intelli gence Agency into the in­ vestigation The Sept. Y. Ayers (R. C. period ending last July 31. Box 454. He will appreciate any information sent The Feb." "Although investigations were completed on these 'unknown' cases without positive or (Cont.W." Skeens reported the object struck the 55-foot tower (supporting a 33. Al­ though the Naval Research Laboratory is suppo�ed to be in charge of the facility. o.ble. Ill. claims that Representatives Kenneth B.mtice. Skeens.ve been a "meteorite" crashed into a high tension line tower neer Appalachia.ucer Poll'' {SAUCERS. it was stated.. bent a tower arm. broke insulators and shorted the circuit. Fort Lee.000 mph." TH� SAME ISSUE of Astronautics notes that gas pArticles in a ma etic field have been accelerated to a velocity of 500. Keating and McCormack. with Dr.rran _ ge­ ment is merely a 'cover' for one of the nation's lesser known intelligence agencies. Washington 6.50 to $5-per annum. 1954) up-to-date.-Ohio) wrote a letter to NICAP !-!ember Melvin V. and Dec. Everett. like sulphur. {AP.

hoaxes. Results will be nublished in the coming issue of SAUCERS.. It is believed the Sugar Grove instru­ ment will be sensitive enough to detect the reflected radio emanations of rocket motor exhausts and other heat sources by tuning in on the moon. 9/5. Everett. says he doesn't personally believe in UFO's. Modifying our original survey somewhat. they "From evi­ will be released if possible. {AP.270 UFO reports during the 13 mos. He will appreciate any information sent The Feb. Leon Davidson citing the entrance of the Central Intelli gence Agency into the in­ vestigation The Sept. They claimed having investigated 1. Va. Mass. Calif. Results: 84% of the sightings were of natural phenomena. Olean. The more by number only whoreepona:. N. Calif. (B) Fantastic claims by some "contac­ tees. Rochester 5. 1536 Connecticut Ave.) NICAP.the subject of intensive research by the AVCO Re­ search Laboratory.000 mph. but they have only heard the Air Force's position to date. Jr. Box 454. We belie:ve this policy to be dangerous (UPI.) SAUCERS.W. D." TH� SAME ISSUE of Astronautics notes that gas pArticles in a ma etic field have been accelerated to a velocity of 500.-March and June-July 1958 issues of to him Saucer News. period ending last July 31..000 voltage line). Congressman William H. Fort Lee.. The !lying Saucer Conspiracy (Keyhoe} and The Report Qll Unidentified !lying Objects (Ruppelt) in future issues Those interested in the writings of George Ada!11ski might like to know that a series of five Question and Answer booklets by George Adamski have been published by Cosmic Science. weighed an esti­ mated one to two thousand pounds. McCormack are members of the subcommittee looking into UFO's." Observed NICAP: dence in NICAP's possession. we request that you put your opinions to the questions below on post/postal cards only (letters are more difficult to process). We hoPe that Editor Ciurca will e­ laborate his idea to include indices of The llying_Saucers Are Real. West Rich­ field. H. W.-Ohio) wrote a letter to NICAP !-!ember Melvin V. • AN OBJECT BELIEVED to ha.ble. At $1 per copy ($5 per set). -March issue of Saucer News was particularly revealing. J. and Dec. said it gave off a terrible ddor. broke insulators and shorted the circuit. Bruening. the more a. or (D) Public apathy and conformity? Please get your cards in as soon as possi. Argo. The Feb.. Ayers (R.) • • • LAST OCTOBER. balloons. 1958. Autumn 1958 -15- . now is not the time to stop writing our Congressmen--particularly Repre­ sentatives Ayers. \�en conclusions are reached. Since most of the material presented to the committee is classified. and we heartily concur.ccurate and interesting will be the result.) contains a valuable Index to !lying Saucers Have Landed.SHORT SHOTS & N�'IS NOTES PAUL R. Autumn 1958 -14- SHORT SHOTS & NE�vS NOTES attempt" in 1954. Box 350"34. N.) • • • � SAUCERS. Ill. A 4x4-inch angle-iron leg of the tower was burned off at the ground. Ciurca.. the hear­ ings are never printed. jectives in the field of "space night is Electromagnetic propulsion. a monthly organ of the American Rocket Society. One of tneir published ob­ ..mtice. states Astron�. (Bob Barry.. Box 163.rran _ ge­ ment is merely a 'cover' for one of the nation's lesser known intelligence agencies. N. N. it was stated.eles 35. Y. 1954) up-to-date. wherein he stated: "Congressional investigations have been held and are still being held on the problem of unidentified flying objects (UFO's). the Air Force issued a new press release relative to UFO's. The object was 3ix4� ft. W. Los Ane. This principle.� conta� n some extremely interestin� material on John Otto s WGN Contact (Cont. • • • • . The opinions to be stated are: #1 Best author of UFO material­ #2 Best book on UFO' a- #3 Person who has accomplished most for subject-­ #4 The "contact clai!11ant'' you would most likely believe (if any)-- #5 Most comprehensive periodical devoted to UFO's-- #6 What newspaper in your nearest metropolitan area publishes the most UFO news-- #7 Which of the follo>-ri ng has most harmed UFO research: (A) Official censorship and ridicule. 155 Third St. Valley Center.ucer Poll'' {SAUCERS.. claims that Representatives Kenneth B. like sulphur. Star Route. P. TRENT. Keating and McCormack. and a willingness to hear op­ posing factions was indicated. 0. News Director for m{NS." "Although investigations were completed on these 'unknown' cases without positive or (Cont. List the queries after which write your response. Obviously. Al­ though the Naval Research Laboratory is suppo�ed to be in charge of the facility. " 8/3. recently reduced its annual membership dues from $7.. 1958 issue of Saucer Review � Abstracts (30¢: Samuel J. Knopp. Other hearings will be held soon. with a parabolic receiver more than 400 ft. is. 4. according to Barry. Y. Congressman Keating. with Dr. Skeens.. is attemnting to compile a directory of American and overseas UFO clubs.. C. on Sept. in diamter. o. bent a tower arm. has suggested that it is about time we brought our "Sa..50 to $5-per annum. J..o f course.'' (C) Press apathy.ve been a "meteorite" crashed into a high tension line tower neer Appalachia." Flying Saucers International. they contain 20 questions each. and less than 2 per cent were classified "unknowns." Skeens reported the object struck the 55-foot tower (supporting a 33. Washington 6. 14% contained insufficient information for analysis. Keating and John W. Sept. C. Va. Miss.. it is clear t he Air Force is still withholding information on UFO's--including sighting re_Ports.) LAST JANUARY. birds and man-made objects. reveals that the Navy is building a $60 million radio telescope at Sugar Grove. Servic� Manager for the Old Ibm1nion Power Co. State College." � MISCELLANY. THE OCTOBER 1958 issue of Astronautics. this a. Address: ''Saucer Poll. kno\m as magnetohydrodynamics (MHD).

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