Date: Mon, 30 Aug 2010 13:53:11 +0000 (GMT)
From: daniel wilson <daniejon2000@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject: Re: Nov. 21, 1957;   Houma AFS, Louisiana
To: NICAP




As of now I just don't see how this can be called "weather-related" when no weather data was presented and the report also states that "It seemed unlikely that this was weather related moving so fast and all stations were were following clear weather."
 
We also should give the personnel of the 657th AC&W Squadron some credit onwhat they said they saw. They were the direct witnesses. One man had 5 years experience and another had four years experience.

There was a mistake on the PROJECT 10073 RECORD CARD with the location. The card had Houm, Alabama, when the correct location was Houma, Louisiana. Not just an "a" left out but they had the wrong state.

The Project Blue Book conclusion on this case was given as false returns.

Can false returns be picked up by there separate AC&W stations showing the same target at the same time?