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Written by Grant Cameron   
Saturday, 31 March 2012 18:37

One key thing that has been ignored in the 65 years o UFO research, is the fact that there is a distinct pattern of unfolding events in the UFO events that have taken place. Many researchers mistakenly think that abductions, crashed saucers, crop circles, and mutilations have always been around. They have not. In the same way many researchers have forgotten the fact that things like angel hair, saucer nests, ground trace cases, little aliens of various descriptions seen near landed crafts, and other UFO events of the past have stopped or have dropped dramatically in number.

It is as if the aliens (or intelligences for those who think that if it looks like a duck, waddles like a duck, and quakes like a duck, it still might be something else) are turning the pages of a book, changing things as time goes along, showing us only one chapter at a time, and leading us towards some unknown conclusion.

One of these forgotten phenomena is Foo  Fighters. They appeared during World War Two and were reported by all parties in the war – United States, Canada, England, Germany, and Japan. Each military quickly investigated the phenomena thinking that it might be secret weapon from their enemy in the war. U. S. Army intelligence was one of the American units that investigated. They were investigating to see if it was a German secret weapon and adding that if it wasn’t, “We’ll be all set for Section Eight psychiatric discharges.”

Foo Fighters turned out not to be German, or American, or Japanese but sightings of them did stop after the war never to reappear, thus fading away and then disappearing from the focus of all UFO investigations.

Dr. James McDonald, senior physicist at the Institute for Atmospheric Physics and professor in the Department of Meteorology at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona. McDonald was one the most prominent UFO researchers of the 1960s and up to his death in the early 1970s. One of his interests was the Foo-fighters of WW 2. Follow this link to review the documents he had on the subject in his files which are stored at the University of Arizona. (MS 325 Box 5)

View the 16 documents in the McDonald Foo Fighter file.

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