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  • The WTF Files

The Truth Behind the Greatest UFO Exposure of All Time | The True Story Behind Project Blue Book



What happens when you take a scientist, a man who when asked what he thought about the UFO phenomenon was oftenly quoted as saying, "The whole subject seems utterly ridiculous". With that thought in mind what wouldthen happen if you put this man face to face with the truth?



Though there never really was a BlueBook, Project Blue Book is by far one of the most spoken of books that never really existed. Under the Freedom of Information Act, much government materials that for years had been considered classified or even "top secret" or otherwise highly restricted from the publics view have now, after many years been made available. Only those matters that might still jeopardize National Security or involve an individual's constitutional rights continue to remain withheld.




Dr J. Allen Hynek, was a professor of astronomy at Northwestern University in the United States, and was also head of the center for UFO studies. For 20 years he was also the scientific consultant to Project Blue Book, for the U.S. Air Force's UFO research project.


Hynek also went on to be the technical consultant on the Columbia Pictures movie, "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" where he worked side by side with the great movie director Steven Spielberg. Dr Hynek also wrote several books on the UFO phenomenon over the span of his life time.



In the words of Dr J Allen Hyneck, "Project's blue book, The Air Force' special project on UFOs, was always regarded oficially as unclassified. But this mounted to a standing joke among those who knew better. Not only were many of the reports labeled confidential or secret, but the truth was any citizen who tried to examine Blue Book files was given a polite run around, or an outright refusal on various grounds. Those who sought to find out about the Air Force's investigation of UFOs, were usually brushed off on the basis that the UFO files contained information that might reveal secrets. Secrets about experimental military aircraft, Advanced radar equipment, and air locations, and also the locations of missile sites, and military bases installations. In short what was true in theory, was not true in practice".


According to the National Archives, 12618 UFO sightings were reported to Project Blue Book while it was headquartered at Wright-Patterson AirForce Base in Dayton, Ohio. Of the reported sightings, 701 cases still remain to this day, unidentified....





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