Other people reported sightings that night. Mrs. Moore contacted the sheriff. Moore was later interviewed by the sheriff, the press, Kenneth Locke, the local Civil Defense Director, and LTC (later COL) Friend of Project Blue Book. Plaster casts of the landing marks were made by a NICAP adviser.
It later leaked out that Moore had been taken to Washington, D. C. for questioning. Moore would not immediately confirm this story. In 1961 Don Berliner, later a NICAP official, interviewed Moore. Moore said about two weeks after the sighting he had been taken to Youngstown AFB, Ohio, then, to Wright-Patterson AFB and flown to an airbase near Washington, D. C. At Washington D. C., he was interviewed in the basement of what might have been the U. S. Court House. He was given a brief tour of the historic and other sights while in Washington, D. C. His interview was more like asking for corroboration of what was already known. On the third day he was required to sign a statement that he would not tell anyone where he had been. Then, he was returned home.
The later released interview of LTC Friend's questioning sounds much like Moore's description of his Washington, D. C. experience. Friend goes into a long description of bolide or other common object and asks Moore if that is what he saw.
Questions on Moore are similar to the ones for Stokes:
1) Have there been other interviews or newspapers stories on Moore? Or Kenneth Locke? Or Sheriff Robussky?
2) Is Moore still around?