During the last MUFON Symposium, were made two major announcements!
First one was that the research papers of Leonard Stringfield, an Ufologist and UFO crash investigator, have been donated to MUFON. Stringfields work encompassed sixty volumes of meticulous UFO research over 30 years.
The second announcement was made by Harry Drew who took the podium in Covington, Ky., explaining he is convinced he has located two sites where alien craft landed or crashed in 1953, in Kingman, Arizona.
According to Drew, military personnel quickly retrieved and cleaned up the wreckage. The archaeologist and historian apparently included photos of the sites in his presentation, as well as presented information contradicting past accounts of the case and alleged crashes.
This announcement contradicts the original information presented by Raymond Fowler who first broke the details in 1973, and now claims that his information was from Fritz Werner, later identified to be Arthur Stansel.
In 1973, Stansel/Werner provided Fowler with an alleged crashed UFO event in Kingman, Arizona two decades earlier. Right below you can check his statement.
Fowler checked the integrity of Stansel and everyone who knew him said that he was a man of considerable integrity and scientific ability.
Another story supporting the 1953 crash near Kingman came to UFO researcher Leonard Stringfield in 1977. A man who was in the National Guard at Wright Patterson claimed that he was witness to a delivery from a “crash site in Arizona“ in 1953.
We’re looking forward for new information from Harry Drew with some additional credible information if this case is going to be considered a landmark UFO case. On one of my latest posts, I’ve announced the MUFON 2012 Symposium.
MUFON Symposium is one of the largest annual gatherings of UFO enthusiasts bringing together participants who claim to have had encounters with alien life, those who believe their stories and those who simply are curious.