Part Two - MADAR
Without MADAR there would not have been MADAR Anomaly 15 and the
correlation with the world-famous "WOW! Signal" in 1977. Without
the new MADAR-II in 2014 with new technology there would not have
been the breakthrough that let to MADAR-III in 2016.
Sometime in the spring of 1957 my classmates in grade school were
getting ready to embark on a journey through high school. One of
the things that happened that spring at a symposium held at Robert
Green Auditorium at Vincennes, Indiana, was an aptitude test given
to all of us to determine what courses we would be taking in high
school. If you achieved a high score you were placed in the
"scientific group". If the scores were lower than a prescribed
amount you were placed in the "general group". I scored high
enough for the former, but what I remember most about that
several-day symposium were the speakers. One of those speakers was
a man by the name of Lewis G. Blevins. In his presentation he
briefly mentioned his work for the Air Force on Project SAUCER. At
the time I knew nothing about it but later found out that that
code name was the one the press knew of in 1948 and the actual
code-name was compromised and was really the secret Project SIGN.
I didn't actually meet Blevins in 1957 but just a few years
later, in 1960, when I needed help on the construction of a geiger
counter for my senior year high school project, I DID contact him
about it. I built the counter and won first prize, BTW. By that
time he was one my special advisers and part of my 7-man NICAP
team which was authorized on Nov. 17th of that year. One of the
first things he suggested was for me to build a UFO detector and
he helped me build several prototypes. But it was almost ten years
before I had a working model that would actually do more than
sound an alarm.
One of the most famous UFO sightings of all time, and the one
which "started it all" some might say, was the Kenneth Arnold
sighting of June 24th, 1947. Arnold reported seeing 9 objects in
formation from his plane over Mt. Ranier, Washington. This was the
beginning of the 1947 UFO Wave and it wasn't an isolated case.
That same afternoon, and about the same time that Arnold lost
sight of his objects, Fred Johnson, a prospector, reported
watching five or six disc-shaped craft as they flew over the
Cascade Mountains. He said they were round with a slight tail and
about 30 feet in diameter. They were not flying in any sort of
formation and as they banked in a turn, the sunlight flashed off
them. As they approached, Johnson noticed that his compass began
to spin wildly. When the objects finally vanished in the distance,
the compass returned to normal.
THIS incident was the subject of one of the studies that was
mentioned in the SECRET Project SIGN report. Air Force scientific
consultants commented that to produce this effect it would require
an electromagnet with 1 billion ampere turns of wire at 1 km!
Blevins had told me he had worked on Project SAUCER, and when I
met him in 1960 he was working on Tesla coils at Universal
Scientific at Vincennes, Indiana. Five years later I was also
working at Universal Scientific, myself, but Blevins had moved on
and I never saw him again.
The Fred Johnson compass needle case wasn't the first.
Feb. 1944; Bass Strait, Australia
At 2:30 a.m. A bomber crew
at 4,500 feet altitude saw a dark shape pull alongside the plane
and pace it at a distance of about 100 feet for about 18-20
minutes. A flickering light was visible at its trailing end,
which illuminated the rear portion of the object. While the
object was alongside all radio and direction-finding instruments
on the plane malfunctioned. Finally the object accelerated and
But later on I began working on such things and met a man by the
name of Eric Herr. He was working with a team of scientists in San
Diego, studying UFOs that exhibited these E-M effects on compass
needles. Before he passed away more recently he had collected 147
such incidents. I found four more so we now have 151 compass
In 1964 the NICAP UFO EVIDENCE (which went out to every member of
congress) listed 106 instances where UFOs apparently
produced "electromagnetic effects". E-M Effects are those which
disrupt electrical circuits, cause engine failure in automobiles,
produce radio interference, etc.
In 1981, Mark Rodeghier completed his catalog for the Center for
UFO Studies. "UFO
Reports Involving Vehicle Interference" is an examination, chiefly
through statistical means, of the subclass of UFO events wherein
the car, truck, or other motor vehicle in which a witness was
either riding or in near proximity to, was seemingly affected by
the presence of a UFO. It includes a full catalog of 441 cases.
Dr, Richard Haines' catalog of over 3,000 Selected Sightings From
Aircraft includes 185 E-M cases.
By now, it was obvious that high-frequency
electromagnetic radiation was an excellent candidate for the
cause of UFO interference with cars, aircraft, etc. One of my first questions was why UFOs stop cars and
not airplanes? Or why diesal tractors were not affected? The
answers would come later.
So, concentrating my research to a category, the "detection"
project was designed to demonstrate that UFOs were not only
witnessed by reliable observers, but also by electronic devices
which could not hallucinate. The purpose of the project was
1) To act as
an early warning system for the presence of magnetic and
electromagnetic anomalies and early visual anomalistic target
acquisition. Data would be acquired by automatic &
manually-operated devices. The experiment would allow trained
personnel to possibly observe a UFO and conduct scientific
experiments during an event.
2) The data,
was to be incorporated into a regional computer database, would
provide possible correlations with visual (and hopefully radar)
sightings on a regional level.
It must be made clear that once the "sensor" is isolated from all
other natural or man-made E-M sources, the very small reading one
is left with is simply the Earth's own magnetic field. What we are
then looking for is something distorting that field. Since the
Earth's magnetic field doesn't vary more than 5 per cent from its
static average, the "background" is perfect. "The classic magnet
variometer is a mechanical sensor...besides tending to be simple
in construction and operation, mechanical sensors offer a bonus
that helps improve the signal-to-noise ratio. They tend to be
unresponsive to high frequency fields, which is good. The
resolution is typically 0.1 gamma.
Jim McCampbell pointed out in his study, that, within a variety of
contexts, the emanation of microwave energy from UFOs has been
adduced. Electromagnetic energy in the range of about 300 to 3,000
MHz, or higher, seemed to be responsible for most of the effects
So, by 1970 I had stopped long enough in my investigation work
with my NICAP team to actually build a UFO detector using a magnet
variometer for the sensor. At the time I thought it was the
extreme sensitivity of the sensor that caused the first three
anomalies, but looking back to those UFO-ridden days, this
probably was not the case at all. Something apparently was going
The first interesting incident that I investigated that year
involved three witnesses. It was August 30th, 1970 and
occurred east of Vincennes, Indiana in a housing subdivision at
about 11:00 AM. The family was in the process of packing for a trip. The man was
interrupted by his daughter (age 7) who saw a metallic disc in the
ENE hovering over Wheatland Road and reported it to her parents.
He then went outside and saw the object, as well and ran into the
house to get his 7x50 binoculars. When he emerged, the object was
much closer. It was now about a quarter of a mile away, described as "a garbage can lid with a piece
of watermelon on top" and about 30' in diameter. This man told us
that "somebody else should have seen it, it was so low." Observed
for a minute and a half, the object left in a swooping dive to the
A week later I started picking up anomalies. I didn't put two and
two together, this was just not a good correlation. Looking back,
if this would happen today, it would be a totally different
situation. Here is what happened:
Anomaly No. 1,
September 8, 1970: The UFO detector picked up something at
4:45 in the afternoon. No visual sighting was
Anomaly No. 2,
September 22, 1970: Again, the detector indicated a
disturbance in the local magnetic field. This time, it was
at about 12:30 PM. Again, there were no reports of a
Notice the time of day.
Anomalies detected twice in the afternoon, preceded by a good
daylight disc encounter with three observers. And the little
7-year-old girls wasn't just a very young witness, she's the one
that saw a flying saucer with a dome BEFORE her parents saw it.
But it wasn't over. There was yet another anomaly
Anomaly No. 3,
October 2, 1970: At 9:55 PM the detector, again, indicated
a disturbance but no one reported any sightings.
I wasn't impressed at the
time. I was hoping/looking for immediate cause and effect
relationships. With 20/20 hindsight and many lean UFO years to
back it up, I can now see that this probably was an indicator that
some genuine UFO operation was going on in my area. The detector
was an alarm system only with no way of recording data other than
time and the sensitivity of the device was an unknown. I had three
company transfers in 1971-1972-1973 and the detector was not in
operation again until 1973.
By 1973 I was firmly anchored by my last company transfer to Mt.
Vernon, Indiana where I remained for over 40 years.
Now, here's a good example of a UFO operation, this time a HUGE
operation on a world-wide scale. By 1973 the detection system was
much more sophisticated and was designated MADAR, which stands for
Multiple Anomaly Detection & Automatic Recording.
1973 was the year of a massive world-wide UFO sighting wave
involving many humanoid reports. It started late in the fall, very
heavy in the United States BTW, peaking in late October and early
November. But things were stirring even before the wave struck..
On Sept. 20, 1973 Skylab III was in orbit over Indian Ocean.
During revolution # 1863. Astronauts Alan Bean, Owen Garriott and
Jack Lousma observed for 10 minutes what they described as a red
"satellite", which they photographed (4 color photos) and
mentioned during a subsequent debriefing. The object looked like
an upside-down spider, was 800' in diameter, and 25-30 miles from
Skylab. We have radio conversation (transcript only) with Houston
CapCom about 4.5 hours after the sighting of this object.
1973 was a
very troubled time in the world. On Oct. 6 a very dangerous war broke out in the
Middle East, the Arab-Israeli (Yom Kippur War) By Oct. 25th, the
U.S. became concerned that the Soviet Union might intervene in the
war, and U.S. forces including Strategic Air Command, Continental
Air Defense Command, European Command and the Sixth Fleet were
placed on DEFCON III Alert.
Major UFO sightings were taking place and the UFO hotline was
ringing off the wall for months.
Oct 11 Pascagoula, MS Charles Hixson/Calvin Parker abduction
Oct 18, Mt. Vernon,
IN A large cigar-shaped craft with lights all over it flew low
over the FAA VORTAC on Ford Road. This was preceded minutes
earlier by the famous Mansfield, Ohio/Captain Coyne helicopter,
domed-cigar case. Coyne and his crew noticed that the magnetic compass was rotating slowly,
while the Radio Magnetic Indicator was functioning normally. To
make it even more interesting, near Rosewood, Ohio, American
Airlines Flight 21, a Boeing 747 at 33,000' encountered apparently
the same UFO witnessed by Capt. Coyne. Two days later, on October
20th, at 6:50 AM, a UFO apparently disabled a Burlington
engine on an L&N train between Mt. Vernon &
Now if you look at a graph of the sightings for the midwest one
can see another eye-opener. With 365 days in a year what are the
chances MADAR would pick up an anomaly right after the the peak?
MADAR had been running all this time but had picked up nothing all
year. Then all of a sudden, BAM!
But less than an hour
later, at 10:40 PM, there was a close encounter at Bufkin,
Indiana, a few miles NE of Mt. Vernon. A blue and green light
which moved up and down and back and forth was reported and was
close enough for a humming noise to be heard.
Nov. 1st, Mt. Vernon, IN. Anomaly #4: At 9:47 PM MADAR
was triggered. Radiation was a normal reading of
18 cps, but something had tripped the sensor.
The next evening there were two more local sightings. At l0:20 PM two warehouse men at
Mt. Vernon Milling Co. saw an object six blocks away and 60-80
feet in the air. It was observed for only about 15 seconds was an
orange-colored wedge shaped. object. Seventeen minutes later,
Police Chief Wilfred Clerk and Officer John Tucker were on a
pursuit of a drunken driver in Point Township. The driver had gone
off the road and into a ditch. Waiting for a wrecker, the officers
observed an object in the southwest that approached them, then
stopped. It was a strange-looking object which we now refer to as
an "OBOL" (Orange Ball Of Light) and their spotlight placed on it
caused the light to get brighter and closer. After about a minute
and a half, they put the squad car spotlight on it again and it
immediately moved away and out of sight.
So, big things WERE happening all over the world. I wrote a paper,
"MADAR 4 and the Ford Rd./VORTAC and Other Incidents
During the Wave of 1973", plus I produced the 35-page "1973 UFO
Chonology: A World-Wide Wave".
1974 was not as
spectacular but had some anomalies.
Anomaly No. 5,
May 24, 1974
This, yet unexplained incident, was never correlated with any
sightings of UFOs anywhere, local or regional. But it was one of
those incidents that occurred in the wee hours (2:42 AM) that
will forever cause wonder.
Anomaly No. 6,
August 15, 1974
MADAR was triggered at 12:19 AM. One of the MADAR recorders
almost immediately picked up a clap of thunder. A very close
lightning strike caused the deviation.
Anomaly No. 7,
September 3, 1974
1975 and 1976 were not banner
years, but MADAR was still running, although the log books had
little to dwell on. Database studies by Chris Rutkowski, Mark
Rodeghier, & Mike Swords all showed sightings mostly down but
Close Encounters DEFINITELY down. Later, in 1992, when I was
writing my book, "Regional Encounters: The FC Files", my GDR
Database to backup the MADAR data showed the same thing. UFOs in
the form of close encounters looked as if they had gone covert.
At 9:35 PM.There were no close sightings that were reported;
however, a MADAR was triggered and the event data recorder
showed background radiation levels rose to 86% above normal.
Anomaly No. 8,
March 26, 1976
In 1976 we recorded only one MADAR event. It occurred at
8:45 AM, one of the few times MADAR was triggered in daylight
hours. Background radiation readings were normal and nobody
filed a UFO report. However, the next day at 5:05 PM I was a
witness to something I couldn't explain. It was oblong, looked
like a jet airliner without wings, and was cruising to the NW at
high speed. The object was within sight for 25 seconds and was
pretty high up. I don't know how it attracted my attention as I
made the bank deposit, but I saw it. Maybe it was a
distant jet. I'll never know.
Bear with me while I set the stage for MADAR-15.
Jimmie Carter was President, had seen (what he had thought was ) a
UFO in 1973, and in 1977 had asked NASA to check into UFOs.
On Oct. 7, 1977, nine disc-shaped UFOs circled a Soviet Navy
submarine tender. The radio, electronics, and on-board
communications were all disrupted.
Sometime in December, near Novy Georgy Island, in Russian
territorial waters the crew of the fishing trawler Vasily Kiselev
observed something very unusual. Rising vertically from under the
water was a doughnut-shaped object. Its diameter was between 300
and 500 meters. It hovered about four to five kilometers up. The
trawler's radar station was immediately rendered inoperative. The
object hovered over the area for three hours, and then disappeared
All during 1977 Steven Spielberg had been finalizing a major
motion picture. It simply has to be noted that on Nov. 16, 1977,
"Close Encounters of the Third Kind" was released at theaters. I
attended the premier of this motion picture with the news media.
Debunkers and skeptics predicted the movie would precipitate many
sightings AFTER its showing and on into 1978, but this never
happened. And this movie cannot be blamed for the events prior to
its release. So, was someone trying to tell us something? Wait
until you see what happened in July.
July 10, 1977 -
MADAR Event #9
On July 10th at 1:04 AM, the DAS siren was going off. I jumped
out of bed and headed for the control room downstairs where
the equipment was set up, and turned off the audio alarm
switch. While the rest of the county slept, MADAR was
recording a 17-pulse disturbance in the local magnetic field.
The anomaly lasted 55 seconds. This was the longest
disturbance on record at the station at that time and the
fluctuations were the most erratic recorded so far by MADAR's
event recorder. Background radiation was a normal 16 counts
per minute. I had looked outside to see if there was anything
in sight, in all directions, but there was nothing unusual, at
least near the facility. MADAR was still recording at that
time. About an hour later when the tapes ran out I was
confident that the event had ended and I reset the sensor,
extracted the data tapes from the recorders, labeled them and
replaced them with new ones. There were no incoming calls to
the UFO Filter Center hotline. I contacted the police
department and spoke with Officer Kermit Steele. He hadn't
heard anything, either. I then went back to bed.
For days I pondered
over what had happened, a little dismayed that I couldn't get
what I'd hoped for, for years: an instant correlation between
detections and local sightings. This would be a documented
cause-and-effect relationship, more proof that UFOs couldn't all
be IFOs, and also verify that I had a good "early warning
system". I wanted to be able to grab a camera and run with it,
getting a picture to go with the other data. Or, have an
MADAR Event # 10
Two days later it happened again. On July 12th, at 1:48 AM, I
jumped out of bed with greater expectations. When it was all
over I went over the tapes. On the sensor data tape there was
no reading of the pulse. The first pulse (I call this the
"phantom pulse") is the one that turns on the system,
therefore it is not recorded. However, the "pulse" is not
actually a quick & short disturbance. When the sensor is
pulled from north it may take many seconds to minutes to
return to normal, indicating the disturbance is not a random
event. This was a one-pulse disturbance, however, with no slow
"return", indicating the cause was at the limit of the
sensor's range. The variometer must have moved just enough to
allow enough light to strike the photo cell, then back to
normal. The background radiation reading was 18 cpm, still
normal for the area. No calls. No visual sightings from our
facility. The police department was alerted, but had heard
nothing from callers or officers in cruisers.
A little over two hours later, at 4:35 AM, I was awakened again
by the siren, indicating another anomaly was occurring. Two
hours and 47 minutes had elapsed and MADAR had recorded another
event. This time it was a 5-pulse, 53-second disturbance.
Radiation was a normal 16 cpm. I did everything I had trained
myself to do in such an event, then once again stumbled back to
bed. It wasn't over. And I don't know why, but this time I
didn't record the time. I should have, because sometime within
an hour, the facility's smoke alarm started beeping. Not
screaming, but beeping. There was no smoke or noticeable fumes.
The beeping signal indicated that the smoke alarm was not
getting enough power, telling me the batteries were low. Later,
the batteries were checked and in perfect order and not replaced
until six months later! Something had caused the voltage to drop
for a very short time. Whatever had caused it was an anomaly in
itself, because there was nothing wrong with the unit or the
A few days later, on a
routine visit to the Mt. Vernon Police Department as part of my
local PR work, the dispatcher, Officer Kermit Steele, had advised
me that they had picked up transmissions on the police radio from
two locations. This had happened RIGHT AFTER I had called him on
the 12th! At approximately 2:10 AM, citizens had been reporting
UFOs to police at Mt. Vernon, ILLINOIS, 60 miles to the northwest
of us! Also, reports were coming in from Mayfield, Kentucky, 85
miles to the southwest! Too much to be a coincidence.
MADAR Event #12
Three days later, on July 15th, this time at 10:06 PM, MADAR
logged another event. This was a 4-pulse, 4-second
disturbance, radiation 13 cpm. Again, it seemed as if it was
all a waste of time. There were no UFO reports.
That evening a report came in over the KNI Net (police scanner
frequency). Somebody had phoned in a report to the Kentucky
State Police at Hancock County. They thought they had seen an
aircraft "going down". I immediately contacted the Control
Tower at Dress-Regional Airport. No aircraft was ever reported
missing or crashed. This was either a meteor or, a UFO. We'll
never know. But things were starting to look very odd.
Coincidences were getting less likely. And the best was yet to
MADAR Event #13
This was now July 26th. This was in the wee hours again, at
2:20 AM, a one-pulse disturbance, with radiation a normal 16
cpm. I was now getting enough sleep. The events were getting
On July 31st, Normal,
Illinois, had a daylight sighting of interest. At 6:30 PM, a
university art professor called his wife and secretary to see
the silver "stretched cigar", three times the size of the moon
in length. It was observed for three minutes as it flew in a
slow straight path from southwest to northeast, with no trail,
no wings, no details, no sounds. The apparent size and duration
should impress even an ardent skeptic. Good UFO reports were
coming in and MADAR was working. We just needed a local
correlation by a credible observer.
MADAR Event #14
August 1st at 10:11 PM. It was a 4-pulse, 4-second disturbance
with a 16 cpm reading. It was starting to get boring again.
Then the big one. But
we didn't know just HOW big until 2010! The implications of
MADAR 15 are still reverberating.
The final one for the year, was logged on August 15th at 10:14
PM. It was an 18-pulse, 3-minute and 29-second disturbance.
MADAR had logged the best and longest disturbance so far. And
the background radiation reading was 30 cpm, a 100% increase!
For the record, in 1977 this was a significant reading!
morning, 310 miles away to the NE at Delaware, Ohio:
Jerry Ehman, while working on a SETI project at the Big
Ear Telescope of Ohio State University, was startled to see
something on the printout. The signal bore expected hallmarks of
potential non-terrestrial and non-solar-system origin. It lasted
for the full 72 second duration that Big Ear observed it, but
has not been detected again. Amazed at how closely the signal
matched the expected signature of an interstellar signal in the
antenna used, Ehman circled the signal on the computer printout
and wrote the comment "Wow!" on its side. This comment became
the name of the signal. (See NCP-19, a comprehensive report on that
The "WOW" Signal occurred at the same time MADAR-15 was
detecting a disturbance in the Earth's magnetic field and
background gamma ray radiation doubled. All these signals are
from different sources and areas of the spectrum and over 310
At this point in time the graphs of close encounters began to
change dramatically. Close
encounters for all practical purposes had dropped off the
charts. Had the UFO phenomena gone more covert?
Distant encounters of Nocturnal Lights or Daylight Discs
continued on. MADAR continued to detect anomalies but nothing
was being reported in the skies.
It is MY OPINION that when man's ability to document and film
the phenomena became easy and relatively inexpensive, the
surveillance level or means to do so had to be changed. Graphs
of the decline in CE reports and the surge in camera (video and
still) use bear this out.
Six years later, the
intervening silence indicative of a real lull period. Nothing had
been changed. MADAR was running 24/7 and just waiting for the next
June 27, 1983
- MADAR Event #16
Three days later (June
30th) Cathy Davis, the subject of the book & TV movie,
"Intruders", was allegedly abducted near Indianapolis. Be advised,
Indy is halfway up the state from our near Evansville MADAR site,
hundreds of miles away, and hopelessly out of range of MADAR's
At 2:22 AM, the alarm
sounded. By this time I had changed the audeo alert signal from
a heart-stopping siren to a gentler sonalert beeper. The
radiation background was 16 cpm, normal again.
MADAR Event #17
Then, on July the 5th, it happened again, fifteen minutes
after midnight! No increase in background radiation.
It is a
fact that a major abduction incident took place between two
MADAR events. Could some type of UFO operation, regionally wide
in scope, be happening at the same time? This was the first
indication of the "rain gauge effect" I began to notice. UFO
sightings were probably not just random events. But I never
noticed this when it was occurring, only when I began to look at
the data in preparation for my book release.
Feb 12, 1984. 10:51 PM.
During the next two days there were 10 local earthquakes, 8 on
the 13th and two on the 14th ranging from 2.7 to 4.0. This would
have caused some geomagnetic disturbance and was probably
MADAR Event #19
July 23, 4:19 AM. A one-pulse disturbance. No UFO reports.
May 30, 1989. 10:39 PM
one pulse, 1 sec. No UFO reports.
MADAR Event #21
Also on May 30th, but thirty five minutes later at 11:14
PM. A 3- pulse 3- sec disturbance was recorded.
Anomaly No 22
December 15th, 1989;
6:03 PM. This event occurred with a momentary power outage, so
brief that there was no loss of stored information. It was
merely a flicker of lights and power, but the magnet
variometer deviated from north, cycled back in 18-seconds,
then deviated again in the opposite direction (2-pulse, 18-
second on first pulse, no return on second), resting away from
north indefinitely! The sensor housing had to be physically
rotated to get it back to north! Channel 14 TV at
Evansville, just 20 miles east of us, lost all their computer
graphics. It was thought that this was related to earthquake
phenomenon, but there was no reported quake.
Anomaly No 23
1989; 9:14 AM. This time there was no additional pulse
(besides the "phantom" or unrecorded initial pulse) to show a
swing back to and past north. This was a "no return"
situation, again. This had never happened before, at least at
this station in the 20-years we have been in operation.
Anomaly No 24
There were two other
events in 1990, but not included in the report since they were
December 22nd, 1989; 10:49 PM. One pulse. Again, no return to
North! I can't explain this.
MADAR shut down in 1990
MADAR-II went into service February 19th, 2014 at 3:30 p.m
June 6, 2014, Mt. Vernon, IN; 7:25 PM, indeterminate pulse, 2
min 11 sec durat, rad 12-15 cpm. No sightings local.
disturbance of undetermined origin that lasted 2 minutes and
11 seconds. Nineteen minutes into the event there was marked
interference on aircraft and police frequency carriers in
the 108-200 MHz range. At 19:42:22 Quad Time there was
marked interference in the carrier frequencies at the same
time as jerky deviations with the DCS-800 fluxgate compass
were noted on the VHS recording. WWV is monitored at 10.0 MHz. A time
fix for the latter event was established as 19:44:19 as
0h47m CUT. The entire MADAR-27 event began with automatic
activation of the MADAR system.
Anomaly No. 28
April 13, 2015; 3:41 PM, 3-4 pulse, 1.8 sec durat, RAD 12-15
Anomaly No. 29
April 13, 2015; 8:09:20 PM, 2 pulse, 1 sec durat, 12-15 cpm
Anomaly No. 30
July 15, 2015; 3:46 PM,1 pulse, 2 min 11 sec durat, rad
Truck struck power pole, outage.
In August of
2016, while preparing for a move to Newburgh, Indiana,
MADAR-II was dismantled and transferred to Louisville,
Kentucky to be operated by MADAR Tech Support Challon Holt.
Work immediately began on a totally new system to be sold to
and operated by interested ufolologists all over the world.
MADAR-III details to be announced.