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DESCRIPTIONS OF NUMBERED DRAWINGS:  SPAUR-NEFF, HUSTON 
 

  SPAUR-NEFF, UFO DETAIL 

  1.  Projection, tilted from rear (trailing edge) 18' long, tapered to to tip 

  2.  Dome-shaped top; partly metallic, partly self-illuminated 

  3.  Glowing front (leading edge) 

  4.  Cone-shaped light underneath 

  5.  Glowing tip of trailing edge 

  6.  Metallic surface 

  7.  Sharp "drop-off" (Neff disagrees; remembers more rounded here) 

  8.  Rounded "undercarriage" 

  9.  Line separating metallic from self-illuminated portions 
 
 

  SPAUR-NEFF, SIGHTING TERMINUS 

  1.  Bright spot to right of moon, a little above axis of symmetry of crescent 

  2.  Crescent moon (bump in concave portion indicates "nose" of "Man in Moon") 

  3.  TV antenna on nearby house, through whose elements Spaur and Neff saw the 
      UFO hovering before 1st upward elevation 

  4.  Position of UFO after 1st elevation, above moon (now moving away, or disappearing) 

  (NOTE:  Panzanella agreed with relative positions of levels of hovering; Spaur agreed with Panzanella's on-the-spot location of object relative to nearby houses; Spaur examined a photograph made from the spot he claimed to have been standing.) 
 

  HUSTON, UFO DETAIL 

  1.  Cone-shaped light underneath 

  2.  Bright, self-illuminated solid appearing top 

  3.  Dome shape 

  4.  Cone tilted toward rear, of direction of motion, more so than shown here. 

  (NOTE:  Huston testified to having seen, once, a project; only got one view of it.) 
 

FURTHER NOTES:  On Spaur-Neff joint signed testimony:  Until over a week after the sighting, Neff was "in hiding," refusing to be interviewed by anyone.  I typed a summary statement for Spaur to take to him, along with Spaur's drawings.  Neff finally agreed to be interviewed on on April 28.  I mailed the statements and drawings to Spaur; there was some confusion as to who was to sign the extra space; Spaur did this, so Neff signed elsewhere on the sheets.  -- WW 

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