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EBE means = Extra Biological Entity...the following file may or may not be true.....YOU Decide!   Samurai_Writer

>From Don Allen:   I found the following file when I was re-organizing my disk collection. I didn't even know I had this until the other day and sat down and read the whole thing. I've decided to post it for informational purposes only. I have *not* received permission from Apogee Publishing Company nor ParaNet to re-publish it. Other than the removal of the _continuation_ headers to conserve space, the file is presented intact in 2 parts.     FILENAME: EBE.DOC   Message #799 - INFO.PARANET    Date : 25-Jan-91 14:00    From : Michael Corbin      To : All Subject : EBE #1 Recently, Jerry Clark published the first of three volumes titled "UFOs in the 1980s," an invaluable research tool containing a host of information on the who, where and what of UFOlogy. With his kind permission and the kind permission of Apogee Publishing Company, we are reprinting an article taken from that book -- Extraterrestrial Biological Entity.  In this article, Jerry culls all of the past history and controversy surrounding the MJ-12 controversy and other related material that has spewed forth from the extreme side of UFOlogy representing the ETH such as Lear, Cooper and others. Although this might be considered by some to be "old news," Jerry's chronology of events shed a different light on the players that have made up this compendium of scenarios -- aliens eating humans, genetic experimentation and the gamut of sensationalistic information that drove Paul Bennewitz to an NBD at the kind hands of admitted-disinformant, William L. Moore.
EXTRATERRESTRIAL BIOLOGICAL ENTITIES    Perhaps the strangest and most convoluted UFO story of the 1980s concerns   allegations  from  various  sources,  some   of   them individuals  connected with military and  intelligence  agencies, that  the U.S. government not only has communicated with but  has an  ongoing  relationship  with  what  are  known  officially  as "extraterrestrial biological entities," or EBEs.   The Emenegger/Sandler Saga: The story begins in 1973, when Robert Emenegger  and  Alan  Sandler,  two  well-connected  Los  Angeles businessmen, were invited to Norton Air Force Base in  California to  discuss  a  possible documentary film  on  advanced  research projects. Two military officials, one the base's head of the  Air Force  Office  of Special Investigations, the other,  the  audio- visual director Paul Shartle, discussed a number of projects. One of them involved UFOs. This one sounded the most interesting  and plans were launched to go ahead with a film on the subject.    Emenegger and Sandler were told of a film taken at Holloman AFB, New  Mexico,  in  May  1971.  In  October  1988,  in  a  national television broadcast, Shartle would declare that he had seen  the 16mm  film  showing "three disc-shaped craft. One  of  the  craft landed  and two of them went away." A door opened on  the  landed vehicle and three beings emerged. Shartle said, "They were human- size.  They  had an odd, gray complexion and a  pronounced  nose. They  wore tightfitting jump suits, [and] thin  headdresses  that appeared  to  be communication devices, and in their  hands  they held  a  'translator.' A Holloman base commander  and  other  Air Force officers went out to meet them" (Howe, 1989).    Emenegger was led to believe he would be given the film for  use in  his  documentary. He was even taken to Norton and  shown  the landing  site  and the building in which the spaceship  had  been stored  and  others (Buildings 383 and 1382)  in  which  meetings between  Air  Force personnel and the aliens had  been  conducted over the next several days. According to his sources, the landing had  taken place at 6 a.m. The extraterrestrials  were  "doctors, professional  types." Their eyes had vertical slits like a  cat's and their mouths were thin and slitlike, with no chins." All that Emenegger was told of what occurred in the meetings was a  single stray "fact": that the military people said they were  monitoring signals from an alien group with which they were unfamiliar,  and did their ET guests know anything about them? The ETs said no.    Emenegger's military sources said he would be given 3200 feet of film  taken  of  the  landing.  At  the  last  minute,   however, permission  was  withdrawn, although Emenegger and  Sandler  were encouraged   to  describe  the  Holloman  episode  as   something hypothetical, something that could happen or might happen in  the future.  Emenegger  went to Wright-Patterson AFB,  where  Project Blue Book had been located until its closing in 1969, to ask Col. George  Weinbrenner  one  of  his  military  contacts,  what  had happened.  According  to Emenegger's account, the  exchange  took place in Weinbrenner's office. The colonel stood up, walked to  a chalkboard  and  complained in a loud voice, "That damn  MIG  25! Here  we're  so public with everything we have. But  the  Soviets have  all  kinds of things we don't know about. We need  to  know more about the MIG 25!" Moving to a bookshelf and continuing  his monologue  about the Russian jet fighter, he handed  Emenegger  a copy  of  J. Allen Hynek's The UFO Experience  (1972),  with  the author's signature and dedication to Weinbrenner. "It was like  a scene from a Kafka play," Emenegger would recall , inferring from the colonel's odd behavior that he was confirming the reality  of the   film  while  making  sure  that  no  one  overhearing   the conversation realized that was what he was doing.    The  documentary  film  UFO's Past, Present  &  Future  (Sandler Institutional  Films,  Inc.) was released in 1974  along  with  a paperback  book  of  the same title.

The  Holloman  incident  is recounted in three pages (127-29) of the book's "Future" section. Elsewhere,  in  a  section of photos  and  illustrations,  is  an artist's  conception of what one of the Holloman entities  looked like,  though  it, along with other alien figures,  is  described only  as  being "based on  eyewitness  descriptions"  (Emenegger, 1974). Emenegger's association with the military and intelligence he had met while doing the film would continue for years. At  one point in the late 1980s his sources told him that He was about to be invited to film an interview with a live extraterrestrial in a Southwestern state, he says, but nothing came of it.   The  Suffern Story: On October 7, 1975, a 27-year old  carpenter, Robert  Suffern,  of Bracebridge, Ontario, got a  call  from  his sister who had seen a "fiery glow" near his barn and concluded it was  on  fire. Suffern drove to the spot and,  after  determining that there was no problem, got back on the road. There, he  would testify, he encountered a large disc-shaped object resting in his path. "I was scared," he said. "It was right there in front of me with  no  lights and no sign of life." But even  before  his  car could  come to a complete stop, the object abruptly ascended  out of sight. Suffern turned his car around and decided to head  home rather  than  to  his  sister's  place,  his  original   intended destination. At that point a small figure wearing a helmet and  a silver-gray suit stepped in front of the car, causing Suffern  to hit  the brakes and skid to a stop. The figure ran into a  field. Then, according to Suffern, "when he got to the fence, he put his hands  on a post and went over it with no effort at all.  It  was like he was weightless" (UFOIL, n.d.).    Within  two days Suffern's report was on the wire services,  and Suffern   was   besieged  by  UFO   investigators,   journalists, curiosity-seekers,  and  others. Suffern, who made no  effort  to exploit his story and gave every appearance of believing what  he was  saying, soon tired of discussing it. A year later,  however, Suffern  and his wife told a Canadian investigator that  a  month after  the encounter, they were informed that  some  high-ranking officials  wished to speak with them. Around this time,  so  they claimed,  they  were  given  thorough  examinations  by  military doctors. After that an appointment was set up for December 12 and on  that  day an Ontario Provincial Police cruiser  arrived  with three  military officers, one Canadian, two American.  They  were carrying books and other documents. In the long conversation that followed,  the officers apologized for the UFO landing,  claiming it   was  a  "mistake"  caused  by  the  malfunctioning   of   an extraterrestrial spaceship.    The  officers produced close-up pictures of UFOs, claiming  that the  U.S. and Canadian governments had had intimate knowledge  of aliens  since 1943 and were cooperating with them.  The  officers even  knew  the  exact  dates  and  times  of  two  previous  but unreported  UFO sightings on the Suffern property.  The  Sufferns said  the  officers had answered all their  questions  fully  and frankly,  but  they would not elaborate on what they  were  told. Reinterviewed  about  the matter some months  later,  the  couple stuck by their story but added few further details.    The  investigator, Harry Tokarz, would remark,  "Robert  Suffern strikes one as an individual who carefully measures his thoughts. His  sincerity  comes through clearly as he  slowly  relates  his concepts and ideas. His wife, a home-bred country girl, is  quick to air her views and state unequivocally what she believes to  be fact" (CUFORN, 1983).   EBEs in South Dakota: On February 9, 1978, a curious document--an apparent  carbon  copy  of an official U.S.  Air  Force  incident report-arrived at the office of the National Enquirer in Lantana, Florida.  Accompanying the document was an unsigned letter  dated "29  Jan." It read: "The incident stated in the  attached  report actually  occurred.  The Air Force appointed a  special  team  of individuals  to  investigate  the incident. I was  one  of  those individuals.  I am still on active duty and so I cannot state  my name at this time. It is not that I do not trust the Enquirer  (I sure [sic] you would treat my name with [sic] confidence but I do not trust others.) The incident which occurred on 16 Nov. 77, was classified top secret on 2 Dec 77. At that time I obtained a copy of the original report. I thought at that time that the Air Force would  probably  hush the whole thing up, and they did.  The  Air Force  ordered the silence on 1 Dec 77, after which,  the  report was  classified. There were 16 pictures taken at the scene. I  do not have access to the pictures at this time" (Pratt, 1984).    The report, stamped FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY, purported to be  from the commander of the 44th Missile Security Squadron at  Ellsworth AFB near Rapid City, South Dakota. The incident was described  as a  "Helping  Hand (security  violation)/Covered  Wagon  (security violation) at Lima 9 (68th SMSq Area), 7 miles SW of Nisland, SD, at  2100  hours on 16 Nov. 77." The recipient of the  report  was identified  as "Paul D. Hinzman, SSgt, USAF,  Comm/Plotter,  Wing Security  Control."  Two security men, Airmen 1st  Class  Kenneth Jenkins  and  Wayne  E.  Raeke,  experienced  and  reported   the incident,  which  was investigated by Capt. Larry D.  Stokes  and TSgt. Robert E. Stewart.    The  document told an incredible story. At 10:59 on the  evening of November 16 an alarm sounded from the Lima Nine missile  site. Jenkins  and Raeke, at tHe Lima Launch Control Facility 35  miles away,  were dispatched to the scene. On their arrival  Raeke  set out  to  check the rear fence line. There he spotted  a  helmeted figure  in  a glowing green metallic suit. The figure  pointed  a weapon  at Raeke's rifle and caused it to  disintegrate,  burning Raeke's  hands and arms in the process. Raeke  summoned  Jenkins, who  carried  his  companion back to their  Security  Alert  Team vehicle.  When  Jenkins went to the rear fence line, he  saw  two similarly-garbed figures. He ordered them to halt, but when  they ignored  his command, he opened fire. His bullets struck  one  in the shoulder and the other in the helmet. The figures ran over  a hill and were briefly lost to view. Jenkins pursued them and when he  next  saw  them, they  were  entering  a  20-foot-in-diameter saucer-shaped object, which shot away over the Horizon.    As  Raeke  was  air-evacuated  from  the  scene,   investigators discovered that the missile's nuclear components had been stolen.    Enquirer  reporters suspected a hoax but when they called  Rapid City and Ellsworth to check on the names, they were surprised  to learn  that such persons did exist. Moreover, all were on  active duty.  The  Enquirer launched an investigation,  sending  several reporters  to  Rapid City. Over the course of the next  few  days they found that although the individuals were real, the  document inaccurately  listed  their  job titles,  the  geography  of  the alleged  incident was wrong (there was no nearby hill over  which intruders could have run), Raeke had suffered no injuries, he and Jenkins did not even know each other, and no one (including Rapid City  civilian  residents and area ranchers) had  heard  anything about  such  an encounter. As one of the  reporters,  Bob  Pratt, wrote   in  a  subsequent  account,  "We  found  more   than   20 discrepancies  or  errors in the report  -wrong  names,  numbers, occupations, physical layouts and so on. Had the Security  Option alert mentioned in the report taken place, it would have involved all  security personnel at the base and everyone at the base  and in  Rapid  City (Population 45,000 plus) would have  known  about it."   The  Bennewitz  Affair:  In the late  1970s  Paul  Bennewitz,  an Albuquerque businessman trained as a physicist, became  convinced that   he   was   monitoring   electromagnetic   signals    which extraterrestrials   were  using  to  control  persons  they   had abducted. Bennewitz tried to decode these signals and believed he was succeeding. At the same time he began to see what he  thought were UFOs maneuvering around the Manzano Nuclear Weapons  Storage Facility  and the Coyote Canyon test area, located near  Kirtland AFB, and he filmed them.    Bennewitz reported all this to the Tucson-based Aerial Phenomena Research  Organization (APRO), whose directors were  unimpressed, judging  Bennewitz  to be deluded. But at  Kirtland,  Bennewitz's claims,  or  at  least  some  of  them,  were  being  taken  more seriously.  On  October 24, 1980, Bennewitz contacted  Air  Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) agent Sgt. Richard  Doty (whose  previous tour of duty had been at Ellsworth) after  being referred  to him by Maj. Ernest Edwards, head of  base  security, and  related  that  he had evidence  that  something  potentially threatening  was going on in the Manzano Weapons Storage Area.  A "Multipurpose  Internal OSI Form," signed by Maj. Thomas A.  Cseh (Commander  of the Base Investigative Detachment), dated  October 28,  1980,  and  subsequently  released  under  the  Freedom   of Information Act, states:    "On  26 Oct 80, SA [Special Agent] Doty, with the assistance  of JERRY MILLER, GS-15, Chief, Scientific Advisor for Air Force Test and  Evaluation Center, KAFB , interviewed Dr. BENNEWITZ  at  his home in the Four Hills section of Albuquerque, which is  adjacent to  the  northern boundary of Manzano Base. (NOTE:  MILLER  is  a former  Project Blue Book USAF Investigator who was  assigned  to Wright-Patterson  AFB (W-PAFB), OH, with FTD [Foreign  Technology Division].  Mr.  MILLER  is one of  the  most  knowledgeable  and impartial investigators of Aerial Objects in the southwest.)  Dr. BENNEWITZ  has been conducting independent research  into  Aerial Phenomena  for  the last 15 months. Dr. BENNEWITZ  also  produced several  electronic  recording  tapes,  allegedly  showing   high periods of electrical magnetism being emitted from Manzano/Coyote Canyon  area. Dr. BENNEWITZ also produced several photographs  of flying  objects taken over the general Albuquerque area.  He  has several  pieces of electronic surveillance equipment  pointed  at Manzano  and  is attempting to record high  frequency  electrical beam  pulses. Dr. BENNEWITZ claims these Aerial  Objects  produce these  pulses.  . . . After analyzing the data collected  by  Dr. BENNEWITZ, Mr MILLER related the evidence clearly shows that some type of unidentified aerial objects were caught on film; however, no conclusions could be made whether these objects pose a  threat to  Manzano/Coyote Canyon areas. Mr MILLER felt the  electronical [sic]  recording  tapes  were inconclusive and  could  have  been gathered  from several conventional sources. No sightings,  other than these, have been reported in the area."    On November 10 Bennewitz was invited to the base to present  his findings to a small group of officers and scientists. Exactly one week later Doty informed Bennewitz that AFOSI had decided against further  consideration of the matter. Subsequently Doty  reported receiving a call from then-New Mexico Sen. Harrison Schmitt,  who wanted  to know what AFOSI was planning to do  about  Bennewitz's allegations.  When  informed that no investigation  was  planned, Schmitt spoke with Brig. Gen. William Brooksher of base security. The  following  July New Mexico's other senator,  Pete  Domenici, looked into the matter, meeting briefly with Doty before  dashing off to talk with Bennewitz personally. Domenici subsequently lost interest and dropped the issue.    Bennewitz  was also aware of supposed cattle  mutilations  being reported  in  the western United States. At one point  he  met  a young mother who told him that one evening in May 1980, after she and  her  six-year-old son saw several UFOs in a  field  and  one approached them, they suffered confusion and disorientation, then a period of amnesia which lasted as long as four hours. Bennewitz brought  the  two to University of Wyoming  psychologist  R.  Leo Sprinkle, who hypnotized them and got a detailed abduction  story from  the mother and a sketchy one from the little boy. Early  in the  course  of the abduction they observed aliens  take  a  calf aboard the UFO and mutilate it while it was still alive, removing the   animal's  genitals.  At  one  point  during   the   alleged experience,  the  mother said, they were taken via  UFO  into  an underground  area  which  she believed was  in  New  Mexico.  She briefly  escaped  her captors and fled into an area  where  there were  tanks  of water. She looked into one of them and  saw  body parts  such  as tongues, hearts and internal  organs,  apparently from  cattle.  But  she also observed a human  arm  with  a  hand attached.  There  was also the "top of a bald  head,"  apparently from  one of the hairless aliens, but before she could  find  out for  sure,  she was dragged away. The objects in  the  tank,  she said, "horrified me and made me sick and frightened me to  death" (Howe, 1989). Later she wondered about the other tanks and  about their contents.   The William Moore/MJ-12 Maze: Late in the summer of 1979  William L.  Moore  had left a teaching job in a small Minnesota  town  to relocate  in Arizona, where he hoped to pursue a writing  career. Moore was deeply involved in the investigation of an apparent UFO crash  in New Mexico in July 1947, a case he and Charles  Berlitz would  recount in their The Roswell Incident the following  year. After  his move to the Southwest Moore became close to Coral  and James  Lorenzen  of the Aerial  Phenomena  Research  Organization (APRO) and in due course Moore was asked to join the APRO  board. The  Lorenzens told him about Bennewitz's claims. Bennewitz,  Jim Lorenzen thought, was "prone to make great leaps of logic on  the basis of incomplete data" (Moore, 1989a).    The Roswell Incident was published in the summer of 1980 and  in September  a  debate on UFOs at the Smithsonian  Institution  was scheduled  to take place. Moore set off from his Arizona home  to Washington, D.C., to attend the debate and along the way promoted his  new  book  on radio and television shows.  According  to  an account he would give seven years later, an extraordinary  series of events began while he was on this trip.    He had done a radio show in Omaha and was in the station  lobby, suitcase in hand, on his way to catch a plane which was to  leave within the hour when a receptionist asked if he was Mr. Moore. He had  a  phone  call. The caller was a man who  claimed  to  be  a colonel at nearby Offutt AFB, He said, "We think you're the  only one  we've heard who seems to know what he's talking  about."  He asked  if  he and Moore could meet and discuss  matters  further. Moore  said  that  since  he was leaving town  in  the  next  few minutes,  that  would not be possible, though he wrote  down  the man's phone number.    Moore went on to Washington. On September 8, on his way back, he did a radio show in Albuquerque. On the way out of the studio the receptionist  told  him  he had a phone  call.  The  caller,  who identified  himself  as an individual from nearby  Kirtland  AFB, said,  "We think you're the only one we've heard about who  seems to know what he's talking about." Moore said, "Where have I heard that before?"    Soon afterwards Moore and the individual he would call  "Falcon" met  at a local restaurant. Falcon, later alleged (though  denied by  Moore) to be U.S. Air Force Sgt. Richard Doty, said he  would be  wearing a red tie. This first meeting would initiate a  long- running  relationship  between  Moore (and,  beginning  in  1982, partner Jaime Shandera) and 10 members of a shadowy group said to be connected with military intelligence and to be opposed to  the continuation  of  the UFO cover-up. The story that  emerged  from this interaction goes like this:    The  first  UFO crash, involving bodies of  small,  gray-skinned humanoids,  occurred  near  Corona,  New  Mexico,  in  1947  (the "Roswell  incident"). Two years later a humanoid was found  alive and  it  was housed at Los Alamos until its death  in  the  early 1950s.  It  was called EBE,  after  "extraterrestrial  biological entity," and it was the first of three the U.S. government  would have  in its custody between then and now. An Air Force  captain, now  a retired colonel, was EBE-1's constant companion. At  first communication with it was almost impossible; then a speech device which enabled the being to speak a sort of English was  implanted in  its  throat. It turned out that EBE-1, the  equivalent  of  a mechanic  on a spaceship, related what it knew of the nature  and purpose of the visitation.    In  response  to the Roswell incident, MJ-12-the MJ  stands  for "Majestic"--as  set  up  by executive order  of  President  Harry Truman  on September 24, 1947. MJ-12 operates as a  policy-making body.  Project  Aquarius is an umbrella group in  which  all  the various compartments dealing with ET-related issues perform their various    functions.   Project   Sigma    conducts    electronic communication  with  the extraterrestrials, part  of  an  ongoing contact  project run through the National Security  Agency  since 1964,  following a landing at Holloman AFB in late April of  that year.    Nine extraterrestrial races are visiting the earth. One of these races,   little  gray-skinned  people  from  the   third   planet surrounding  Zeta Reticuli, have been here for 25,000  years  and influenced  the direction of human evolution. They also  help  in the shaping of our religious beliefs. Some important  individuals within the cover-up want it to end and are preparing the American people for the reality of the alien presence through the  vehicle of popular entertainment, including the films Close Encounters of the Third Kind, whose climax is a thinly-disguised version of the Holloman landing, and ET.    At CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, there is a thick  book called  "The  Bible," a compilation of all  the  various  project reports.    According  to his own account, which he would not  relate  until 1989,   Moore  cooperated  with  his   AFOSI   sources-including, prominently,  Richard  Doty-and provided them  with  information. They  informed  him  that  there  was  considerable  interest  in Bennewitz.  Moore was made to understand that as his part of  the bargain  he was to spy on Bennewitz and also on APRO as well  as, in Moore's words, "to a lesser extent, several other individuals" (Moore, 1989a). He learned that several government agencies  were interested in Bennewitz's activities and they wanted to  inundate him   with  false  information-disinformation,  in   intelligence parlance-to  confuse  him.  Moore says he was not  one  of  those providing  the disinformation, but he knew some of those  of  who were, such as Doty.    Bennewitz  on  his own had already begun to  devise  a  paranoid interpretation of what he thought he was seeing and hearing,  and the disinformation passed on to him built on that foundation. His sources  told him that the U.S. government and malevolent  aliens are in an uneasy alliance to control the planet, that the  aliens are  killing  and mutilating not only cattle  but  human  beings, whose organs they need to lengthen their lives, and that they are even  eating  human  flesh. In underground  bases  at  government installations in Nevada and New Mexico human and alien scientists work  together on ghastly experiments, including the creation  of soulless androids out of human and animal body parts. Aliens  are abducting  as many as one American in 40 and  implanting  devices which control human behavior. ClA brainwashing and other  control techniques  are  doing  the same, turning life on  earth  into  a nightmare  of  violence  and  irrationality.  It  was,  as  Moore remarks,  "the  wildest  science fiction  scenario  anyone  could possibly imagine."    But Bennewitz believed it. He grew ever more obsessed and  tried to  alert  prominent  persons to  the  imminent  threat,  showing photographs  which  he held showed human-alien  activity  in  the Kirtland area but which dispassionate observers thought  depicted natural  rock formations and other mundane phenomena.  Eventually Bennewitz  was  hospitalized,  but on  his  release  resumed  his activities,  which  continue  to  this  day.  Soon  the  ghoulish scenario  would spread into the larger UFO community  and  beyond and  command  a small but committed band of believers.  But  that would  not  happen  until  the late 1980s and  it  would  not  be Bennewitz who would be responsible for it.    In 1981 the Lorenzens received an anonymous letter from  someone identifying  himself  as a "USAF Airman assigned  to  the  1550th Aircrew Training and Testing Wing at Kirtland AFB." The  "airman" said,  "On July 16, 1980, at between 10:30-10:45 A.M.,  Craig  R. Weitzel.  ..  a  Civil Air Patrol Cadet from  Dobbins  AFB,  Ga., visiting  Kirtland AFB, NM, observed a dull metallic colored  UFO flying  from  South to North near Pecos New Mexico. Pecos  has  a secret training site for the 1550th Aircrew Training and  Testing Wing,  Kirtland AFB, NM. WEITZEL was with ten other  individuals, including  USAF  active  duty  airmen,  and  all  witnessed   the sighting. WEITZEL took some pictures of the object. WEITZEL  went closer  to  the  UFO  and observed the UFO  land  in  a  clearing approximately 250 yds, NNW of the training area. WEITZEL observed an  individual  dressed in a metallic suit depart the  craft  and walk  a few feet away. The individual was outside the  craft  for just  a few minutes. When the individual returned the craft  took off  towards  the NW." The letter writer said he  had  been  with Weitzel when the UFO flew overhead, but he had not been with  him to observe the landing.    The  letter went on to say that late on the evening of the  next day  a tall, dark-featured, black-suited man  wearing  sunglasses called  on Weitzel at Kirtland. The stranger claimed to  be  "Mr. Huck" from Sandia Laboratories, a classified Department of Energy contractor  on  the  base.  Mr. Huck told  Weitzel  he  had  seen something  he  should not have seen, a secret aircraft  from  Los Alamos,  and he demanded all of the photographs. Weitzel  replied that  he  hadn't taken any, that the photographer was  an  airman whose name he did not know. "The individual warned Weitzel not to mention  the  sighting to anyone or Weitzel would be  in  serious trouble,"  the  writer  went  on.  "After  the  individual   left Weitzel[']s room, Weitzel wondered how the individual knew of the sighting  because Weitzel didn't report the sighting  to  anyone. Weitzel became scared after thinking of the threat the individual made.  Weitzel  call [sic] the Kirtland AFB Security  Police  and reported the incident to them. They referred the incident to  the Air  Force  Office  of  Special  Investigations  (AFOSI),   which investigates  these matters according to the security  police.  A Mr. Dody [sic], a special agent with OSI, spoke with Weitzel  and took  a report. Mr. Dody [sic] also obtained all the  photographs of  the  UFO.  Dody [sic] told Weitzel he  would  look  into  the matter. That was the last anyone heard of the incident."    But that was not all the correspondent had to say. He added,  "I have  every  reason  to beleive [sic] the  USAF  is  covering  up something.  I spent a lot of time looking into this matter and  I know  there  is more to it than the USAF will say. I  have  heard rumors,  but serious rumors here at Kirtland that the USAF has  a crashed UFO stored in the Manzano Storage area, which is  located in a remote area of Kirtland AFB. This area is heavily guarded by USAF  Security. I have spoke [sic] with two employees  of  Sandia Laboratories,  who also store classified objects in Manzano,  and they  told me that Sandia has examined several UFO's  during  the last 20 years. One that crashed near Roswell NM in the late  50's was  examined  by Sandia scientists. That craft  is  still  being store [sic] in Manzano.    "I have reason to beleive [sic] OSI is conducting a very  secret investigation into UFO sightings. OSI took over when Project Blue Book  was  closed.  I was told this by my  commander,  COL  Bruce Purvine.  COL Purvine also told me that the investigation was  so secret that most employees of OSI doesn't [sic] even know it. But COL  Purvine told me that Kirtland AFB, AFOSI District 17  has  a special secret detachment that investigates sightings around this area.  They have also investigated the cattle mutilations in  New Mexico."