Hopefully the previous posts on Unidentified have given those interested a good idea of the general goals and content of the book.  I’m always happy to take more specific questions but before I return to posting on other areas of interest I thought I would provide some further detail on Unidentified content.

To that end the following is an excerpt from the topical index. It provides a listing of the service/agency studies, the security incidents/investigations and the researcher studies/papers discussed in the book.  This should give some idea of the data which went into the actual analysis and indications analysis studies which constitute the meat of the book.  From that perspective other critical source data is found in the NICAP, Sparks and NARCAP incident databases.

Service and Agency Studies/Reports:

A Note on Pyrotechnic Activity over Germany

Enemy Defenses Phenomena

Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Forces in Europe (SHAEF)

Scientific Intelligence Advisory Section

Japanese Air Defense – Balls of Fire

Swedish Ghost Rocket committee

Central Intelligence Group

Analysis of Flying Object Incidents in the U.S

Joint Research and Development Board

Midland/Grebe study

MIT incident/study

Analysis of Flying Saucer Incidents in the United States

Initial Report on Unidentified Flying Objects Project Sign

Flying Object Incidents in the United States

Air Force press memorandum, Project Saucer

Air Force Scientific Advisory Board

Anomalous Luminous Phenomena/Sixth Report

Battelle Memorial Institute

Special Report #14

Central Intelligence Agency

Intelligence Advisory Committee (NSC)

IAC Report

NSCID

Joint Intelligence Committee (Joint Chiefs)

Scientific Advisory Panel

Robertson Panel

Durant report

 

Security Incidents/Investigations:

Atomic Energy Commission

FBI

Office of Special Investigations

AFOSI

OSI

Army the Counter Intelligence Corps

CIC

AEC Security

Los Alamos

Oak Ridge

Hanford

Killeen Base

Monzano

Sandia Base

Washington National

Loring

Ellsworth

Fairfield Suisan

Westover

Pease

Hamilton field

Harmon Field

Pantex

Kirtland

Savannah River

Hampton Roads

Elmendorf AFB

Great Falls AFB

Davis-Monthan

Malmstrom

Northern Tier

Altus AFB

Carswell AFB

Whiteman AFB

Minot AFB

Wurthsmith AFB

Research Papers:   (Authors and sources cited in text and end notes)

A Historical and Physiological Perspective of the Foo Fighters of World War Two

            Guided Missiles and UFOs: A Tangle of Fear – 1937-53

            Report on the UFO Wave of 1947

            The Midland Fireball: Dow Chemical’s Early Involvement with UFO’s

            The White Sands Proof

            The Oak Ridge Sightings

            Technical Approaches to the Problems of UFOs.” /Detection of Radiation  

            Major Fournet’s Motion Study

            Civilian Saucer Investigation

Secret History of the 4602d Air Intelligence Service Squadron

B-52 & Gnd Radar / Radar Visual / Radar Freqs From UFO

RB-47 case, July 17, 1957, Mississippi – Louisiana-Texas-Oklahoma

UFO Over Titan Missile Silo; Oracle, Arizona; August 7, 1962

Minot Tracks Object, B-52 Sees & Tracks UFO

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About Larry Hancock

Larry Hancock is a leading historian-researcher in the JFK assassination. Co-author with Connie Kritzberg of November Patriots and author of the 2003 research analysis publication titled also Someone Would Have Talked. In addition, Hancock has published several document collections addressing the 112th Army Intelligence Group, John Martino, and Richard Case Nagell. In 2000, Hancock received the prestigious Mary Ferrell New Frontier Award for the contribution of new evidence in the Kennedy assassination case. In 2001, he was also awarded the Mary Ferrell Legacy Award for his contributions of documents released under the JFK Act.

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