Leonard H. Stringfield. UFO Crash Retrievals – Status Report IV: The Fatal Encounter at Ft. Dix-McGuire – A Case Study. Leonard H. Stringfield. UFO Crash . About Leonard H. Stringfield: American Ufologist who took particular interest in During the s, he wrote a number of books about alleged recoveries of. Published June 12th by Fawcett Crest Books (first published ) Stringfield is notable in this regard not only for his early involvements, but also for .

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He died in To his surprise, the Air Force cleared his reporting of the incident in his newsletter. Stringfield’s interest in the subject began August 28,just three days before the end of the war, when he was an Army Air Force intelligence officer en route to Tokyo, Japan, along with twelve other specialists in the Fifth Air Force.

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Stringfield’s book, Situation Red. Available from author’s address. Is the Cover-Up Lid Lifting? See all Leonard H. Available for immediate download. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Amassing the Evidence Jun 01, Retrievals of the Third Kind by Leonard H.


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Evan rated keonard it was ok Jun 27, Isaac rated it really liked it Nov 24, To ask other readers questions about Situation Redplease sign up. Preview — Situation Red by Leonard H. National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. He held the post untilat which point he continued his private UFO research.

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From tohe was public relations adviser with the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena.

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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Many cases are given in detail but since it was published in the late seventies, many are cases that have been done to death in recent books. Stringfield is notable in this regard not only for his early involvements, but also for having first publicized th Now, when ufology sic is awash with theories about altered states of consciousness, pizoelectric effects, governmental black-operations, propagated electro-magnetic fields and the like, it is refreshing to read a book by one of the original stringfiled who, in cooperation with the Air Force in the fifties and sixties, took the phenomenon at face value: Instantly, Stringfield was deluged with mail and newspapers, and radio stations from coast to coast called, wanting saucer news.

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