I was 17 when I visited Project Blue book at Wright- Patterson Air Force
Base in Dayton, Ohio. PBB was the official ( so they said) agency that
investigated UFOs. I was treated well by the staff, I cannot remember the
names of the staff I met that day, The only name I remember is Hector
I was told that they could explain approximately 96 % of all incidents to
their satisfaction. I had no reason to
disbelieve them. They stated that 4% were classified unknown. I asked if I
could see any physical evidence
they might have on hand. Hector said they had such evidence, but the room it
was kept in was classified.
I jumped to the bait. He played me like a fiddle. As expected, I asked if he
could bring an artifact to where I was sitting. Of course he could. And
He handed me a rock. An ordinary rock. I was confused and not a little
miffed. He said this rock came from the site of a possible UFO landing. I
realized it was time for me to leave.Exit stage left. As I left, Hector
asked me if I had read a book by Carl Jung titled " Flying Saucers- A Myth
OF Things Seen in the Sky ?"
No, I had not. I still have not.
I have thought about this experience over the years. I came to the
conclusion that Blue Book was a front.
Designed to pull the wool over the eyes of interested people like me. Rather
than discourage me , I became more convinced than ever that something was
up. I doubt that too many investigators were satisfied by the deceptions of
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