Display results as :

Rechercher Advanced Search

Latest topics
Moon Phase

Ohio Police UFO Incident / Transcripts

View previous topic View next topic Go down

Ohio Police UFO Incident / Transcripts

Post  Jackie (Admin) on Sun May 29, 2011 3:50 pm


On Tuesday, April 25, 2001, a very strange object is reported by civilians and law enforcement officers in the evening skies near Waynesville, Ohio in Warren County.

From their residence near the 4600 Block of Wilkerson Road, a husband and wife are the first to report a circular lighted object hovering silently in the sky to the south of their location. The big light of the UFO, pulsating or changing in both color and brightness, was said to be encased within a structure that resembled gridwork or cabling. The couple advised the Lebanon City Police Department of the object around 10:15 p.m. and the Warren County Communications Center dispatched a Waynesville police officer to the location.

Upon arrival at the scene, the Waynesville officer confirmed the unidentifiable nature of the object and also reported that a second UFO was also in the area.

As other officers respond to the location and continue to view the abnormalities, dispatchers at the Warren County Communications Center telephone a base operator at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton/Fairborne, Ohio and also places a call to Airborne Express at the Wilmington Airport in Clinton County, Ohio. Both flight control facilities deny any knowledge of or responsibility for air traffic in the Waynesville, Ohio vicinity during the incident.

While the Waynesville police officers view the object from Wilkerson Road looking south, a police dispatcher also observes the same object from her position at the Warren County Communications Center in Lebanon, Ohio, looking north toward Waynesville. From review of the police tapes, it can be estimated that the primary object may have been in a general location between Waynesville and Lebanon near the intersections of Pekin Road and Route 42.

An officer with the Caesar's Creek State Police also notes the UFO from his location to the east of Waynesville. A third UFO is sighted in the area during the event, and the police witnesses repeatedly affirm a cogent distinction between the suspected UFOs and routine stars and airplanes. The objects move off by receding further into the distance as other officers from the Ohio State Patrol arrive on the scene.

Dispatchers at the Ohio State Patrol and the Warren County Communications Center express frustration at having to handle this situation and their inability to address the reports and eyewitness confirmation from their officers.

The next evening, Wednesday, April 25, UFOs are again reported in the same area at 9:48 p.m., viewed from Wilkerson Road and also by officers observing from a location near the Waynesville Airport. Disturbingly, another unusual object is seen in the area seven hours later and reportedly pursues a motorist near Genntown, Ohio (about 5-miles from Waynesville). A female complainant advises the Ohio State Patrol of her 'extreme concern' regarding a triangular object with "super bright lights" that pursued her automobile while traveling on Route 122 at 5:00 a.m., April 26.

These and other details were acquired from eyewitness interviews, analysis of various police reports and evaluation of police tapes acquired through the Warren County Director of Emergency Services. Additional data was gathered through field investigation conducted on April 27th and April 28th.

Consideration has been given to the possibility that this situation was engendered by a misperception of routine stars and planets by both civilians and police officers on both evenings. This theory was first advanced by Peter Davenport of the National UFO Reporting Center, who was advised of the incident by the Ohio State Patrol while the sighting was in progress. The star 'Sirius' was identified by Davenport as a likely candidate for misperception, but after sober review of the police tapes acquired from the Warren County Department of Emergency Services, this attempt at explanation is not looked upon favorably.

INVESTIGATION LOG (NOTE: These entries will appear on the website URL listed below when finalized)

Initial Investigation Interview with primary witnesses Correspondence and additional police inquiries Field Investigation Transcript of police tapes Correspondence from O.S.P. regarding videotapes Map of area Photographs of area Drawing of object


Note: The police tapes of the April 24th incident were acquired
on May 15, 2001 from Carol Sigler, Warren County Director of
Emergency Services after written request to her office. The tapes
were assembled from the various 'tracks' and edited for brevity
and privacy considerations, and also arranged in presumed
chronological order.

Section ONE: Initial call

WCCC Dispatcher #1: Warren County Police and Fire, this is Jesse?
LEBANON DISPATCHER: Hey this is Lebanon, P.D.
WCCC Dispatcher: Hey.
LEBANON DISPATCHER: Did you get any reports of UFOs in the area
WCCC Dispatcher #1: Not yet, how about you?
WCCC Dispatcher #1: Oh really?
LEBANON DISPATCHER: Actually from a lady on Wilkerson Lane in
Waynesville, to the far, far south of her, she sees a bright
colored disk.
WCCC Dispatcher oooh!
LEBANON DISPATCHER: And I'm not sure where Wilkerson Road is but
I'm going to let my guys know about it to see if they see
anything but I wondered if you had any reports.
WCCC Dispatcher #1: Wilkerson Road, did she give her address
LEBANON DISPATCHER: 4636, she said it's been there for awhile and
it's not doing anything.
WCCC Dispatcher #1: She said she's seen a disk in the area?
LEBANON DISPATCHER: It's a bright she thought it was a plane at
first but she says it's a bright colored disk.
WCCC Dispatcher #1: Okay.
WCCC Dispatcher #1: I'll send the officers out that way to look.

SECTION 2: Dispatch

WCCC Dispatcher #2: Two-William-Thirty a U.F.O.!
Unit #2W30: Go ahead.
WCCC Dispatcher #2: 4-6-3-6 Wilkerson Road, 4636 Wilkerson Road,
the complainant apparently called the Lebanon P.D. ,advising they
see a bright colored disk in the sky.
Unit #2W30 (laughing): clear!
WCCC Dispatcher #2: So you're clear at 22:17.
Unit #2W30: This is Unit #2-William-30, what was the address on
that U.F.O.?
WCCC Dispatcher #2: 4-6-3-6 Wilkerson Road, 4636 Wilkerson Road,
this is back a long lane straight off of Wilkerson Road between
South Main Street and the dead end.
Unit #2W30: Clear.

SECTION 3: Citizen complaint

WCCC Dispatcher #3: Warren County Police and Fire, Tonya?
COMPLAINANT: Oh, this is Warren County?
WCCC Dispatcher #3: Yes Ma'am.
COMPLAINANT: I had just called Lebanon, we were wondering if
anyone had reported anything in the sky, there is a light over to
the south here and it's not moving and we were wondering if
anybody had reported any strange thing.
WCCC Dispatcher #3: You're at 4636 Wilkerson?
COMPLAINANT: Yeah, you got it.
WCCC Dispatcher #3: Okay, Lebanon had just called us with the
information and we've got an officer on the way out to check it
out. It's in the sky to the south of you?
COMPLAINANT: Yeah, it's still there. Is he coming out here?
WCCC Dispatcher #3: He's coming out to the area to see if he
can't see what you're seeing.
COMPLAINANT: Oh, well okay.
WCCC Dispatcher #3: Allrighty.
COMPLAINANT: Sure, thank you. Bye bye.

SECTION 4: Verification by officers

WCCC Dispatcher #2: Two-William Thirty, Two William Thirty-One,
3-7 @ 22:23, Unit #2W30 break. We've "public service" the
residence and they advise the object is stationary in the sky.
Unit #2W30: Okay
WCCC Dispatcher #2: Just south of the residence, in the sky.
Unit #2W30: Hey Brad, check back in there to see if that's 4636.
LOCAL: William 30, Robert 50 local. William 30, Robert 50 local.
Unit #2W30: Go ahead local.
LOCAL: Okay, I gotta ask.
Unit #2W30: Okay, uh yeah. Are you tied up?
Unit #2W30: I have NO IDEA, and you wouldn't believe it if you
came out and saw it! There's two of them, just sitting stationary
and blinking, I mean about five different colors, right here on
Wilkerson, just off of South Main Street!
FEMALE OFFICER: This is 480-16
Unit #2W30: I'm not kidding! Go ahead.
FEMALE OFFICER: Okay, we're on the backside of that, here in the
lot because I couldn't stand it no more. Where is it at, is it in
the air?
Unit #2W30: In the air! Okay? He's got the owner of the house
has some binoculars and we're looking at these things and uh,
it's just I don't know what they are! They're high up, they look
like uh, they're up there but with our binoculars though, the
ones he's got here, you can see them pretty clearly. There's
probably five different colors, there's two of them and they've
stayed in the exact same spot the whole time. They're not stars,
I can tell you that.
FEMALE OFFICER #2: This is 480-16, can we come back there with
you? We are enroute and have spotted what you're talking about.
Unit #2W30: I have no idea what it is.
LOCAL: Okay, I'm looking that way from the office and I can't see
anything from up here.
Unit #2W30: Okay, now there's a plane flying over right where it
would be, I don't know if you could see that or not.
LOCAL: Does the plane have flashing red lights?
Unit #2W30: now right behind that, or to the left of it a little
bit, that's it.
LOCAL: Would it be below the plane?
Unit #2W30: Well the plane is directly overhead of us now, so I
can't really tell.
LOCAL: Okay, I can tell the plane you are talking about but from
up here I can't see anything else but a star.
Unit #2W30: You wouldn't believe it.
LOCAL: Can you see that with your eyes or do you have to use
binoculars to see it?
Unit #2W30: I can see the flashing and everything with my eyes,
you get the binoculars and you can really see it.
LOCAL: I think I know what you're talking about, I'm going to
see if I can see it with my pair of binoculars.
Unit #2W30: It looks like an orange, kind of a blue, a purple and
a red almost with a green.
FEMALE OFFICER: Are you straight back toward the house?
Unit #2W30: Come all the way back here, way back on the right,
you'll see us standing here on the wall.
FEMALE OFFICER: All the way back by the picnic?
Unit #2W30: I see your lights now.
LOCAL: You've got some pretty lights, anyway.
Unit #2W30: You see it now?
LOCAL: Affirmative, I've got a small pair of binoculars, I can
definitely see the different colored lights anyway.
Unit #2W30: Yeah, that's really uhhh the resident's told me
they've never seen it before so it's not like it's been there
LOCAL: Okay, there's two of them, right?
Unit #2W30: The other one is just a little higher to the right of
the one that's low, or right by the treeline.
LOCAL: I'm not going to call it.
Unit #2W30: I'm not either, I'm not going to even go there. But
I I don't know what it is.
LOCAL: I can get blue, green, red and white lights is what I'm
Unit #2W30: That's what I am seeing.
LOCAL: But we're not really seeing anything.


WPAFB: Operator?
WCCC Dispatcher #3: Hi, this is Tonya, I'm a Warren County Police
and Fire dispatch?
WPAFB: Yeah.
WCCC Dispatcher #3: We've got a Waynesville officers out in the
area of Wilkerson Road and they see an object in the sky a disk
shape with multi-colored lights that is stationary in the air. Do
you have somebody doing maneuvers down here?
WPAFB: And where are you?
WCCC Dispatcher #3: Warren County. He's in Waynesville and I'm in
WPAFB: No, we don't have anybody out there as far as I know.
WCCC Dispatcher #3: Okay.
WPAFB: Allright.
WCCC Dispatcher #3: Okay, thank you. Bye bye.

SECTION 6: O.S.P. Dispatch

WCCC Dispatcher #2: We called Wright Pat, they don't have anybody
in the area doing maneuvers or anything.
Okay at 22:35.
Unit #2A51: Two Adam 51?
WCCC Dispatcher #2: Two Adam 51.
Unit #2A 51: I'm out here with him.
WCCC Dispatcher #2: Three-seven, 22:35. Two-William Thirty?
Unit #2W30: Two-William Thirty, go ahead.
WCCC Dispatcher #2: For your information, we also notified O.S.P.
in reference to the incident.
WCCC Dispatcher #3: I got "The State."
O.S.P. Dispatcher: State Patrol, this is Taylor.
WCCC Dispatcher #3: Hi, it's Tonya over at "the County." I've got
a U.F.O. for you.
O.S.P. Dispatcher: LAUGHING.
WCCC Dispatcher #3: I'm serious.
O.S.P. Dispatcher: I know you are, I've been hearing stuff on the
WCCC Dispatcher #3: They say if it's in the air, baby, it's
O.S.P. Dispatcher: So where's it at? (Laughs)
WCCC Dispatcher #3: 4636 Wilkerson Road.
O.S.P. Dispatcher: Has it landed?
WCCC Dispatcher #3: No, it hasn't landed. The only 'little green
man' is the Waynesville officer that's out there.
O.S.P. Dispatcher: Has he seen it?
WCCC Dispatcher #3: Yeah, they're adamant it's in the air and
it's got multicolored lights & stuff on it. There's two of them.
We've called Wright Pat, they're not doing maneuvers. We don't
know what it is.
O.S.P. Dispatcher: All right, I'll send them.
WCCC Dispatcher #3: But it's yours!
O.S.P. Dispatcher: Like what are we going to do if it is a
WCCC Dispatcher #3: Hey, I can call the National UFO Reporting
Center, or better yet, give you the number.
O.S.P. Dispatcher: "MOO-FOO!" It's "Moo-Foo" or something like
that, isn't it? "Moo-Foo!" Hah! Allright, I'll call them in just
a second.
WCCC Dispatcher #3: Allright, bye.
O.S.P. Dispatcher: Bye.

SECTION 7: Inquiry w/Wilmington Airport/Airborne Express

WCCC Dispatcher #2: Two William Thirty?
UNIT 2W30: Two William Thirty.
WCCC Dispatcher #2: Do you have any update on your U.F.O.? Post
83 is responding and they're requesting an update.
UNIT 2W30: Okay, ahh they're still there.
WCCC Dispatcher #2: That's clear. Are you seeing two objects?
UNIT 2W30: Affirmative.
WCCC Dispatcher #2: Okay, that's clear.

{WCCC contacts AIRBORN EXPRESS located in Wilmington,
Ohio (Clinton County) and listens as the call is routed
through a push-button voice menu selection before being
transferred to an attendant)

AIRBORNE OPERATOR: Airborne Operator?
WCCC Dispatcher #3: Hi, this is the Warren County Dispatch
Center, I need to speak with your Air Traffic Controllers,
AIRBORNE OPERATOR: One moment please.
LISA: Flight Control, this is Lisa.
WCCC Dispatcher #3: Hi, this is Tonya, I'm a Warren County Police
and Fire dispatcher. I need to know if you've got any planes in
the area of Waynesville that are stationary.
LISA: Um, probably not, but if you hold on I'll let you talk to
the "Supe."
WCCC Dispatcher #3: Thanks.
BILL: Flight Control, Bill.
WCCC Dispatcher #3: Hi, I'm a Warren County Police and Fire
dispatcher and we've got two unidentifiable objects in the air,
in the area of Waynesville. Do you have two planes or any planes
that are stationary?
BILL: Let's see here, just a second. (steps away from phone to
check either radar or other records)
WCCC Dispatcher #3: Wright Pat is denying everything, they're
saying they don't have anything up there. Like they're going to
tell me, yeah right. "This is a Stealth Bomber and we're going to
blow Corwin to blazes!"
BILL: Ah, no. Right now we don't have any aircraft over that way.
We have them east of Wilmington so we don't have anything over
that way.

WCCC Dispatcher #4: Dispatch, Lori?
O.S.P. Dispatcher: Did you guys call anybody about the U.F.O.?
WCCC Dispatcher #4: Who's this?
O.S.P. Dispatcher: State Patrol.
WCCC Dispatcher #4: Yes we did.
O.S.P. Dispatcher: Who'd you call?
WCCC Dispatcher #4: Airborne and Wright-Pat.
O.S.P. Dispatcher: I mean like U.F.O. people?
WCCC Dispatcher #4: no.
O.S.P. Dispatcher: I'm embarrassed to call them.
WCCC Dispatcher #4: Robert Fisse (sp?) the Park Ranger just
called and said he can see them just fine. He said they appeared
to be a great distance off but he could see them. He named the
colors he could see.
O.S.P. Dispatcher: Blue and green.
WCCC Dispatcher #4: And red and white.
O.S.P. Dispatcher: I guess I better call somebody then. Oh Lordy.
WCCC Dispatcher #4: All right. Bye.

SECTION 8: Further Observation

Unit #2W30: They just contacted O.S.P. I guess and Wright Pat
doesn't have anything in the area. I don't know, this is weird.
UNKNOWN OFFICER: You got any tape on it?
Unit #2W30: I don't even want to say. It's definitely round. Did
you copy that?
UNKNOWN OFFICER: Yeah, we got it.
Unit #2W30: (laughing) Hey, I'm just telling you!
UNKNOWN OFFICER: Yeah, they're definitely not moving.
Unit #2W30: Well, the one is now. It's moving farther and farther
away well there it goes. It just stopped again.
UNKNOWN OFFICER: I don't want to know.
Unit #2W30: Okay.
UNKNOWN OFFICER: I was just up here at the office doing paperwork
and I had to check on it.
Unit #2W30: No problem. I have 16-Robert-50 on local, ah, Paul
Rohrer (sp?) just spotted one right above you. It's coming real
close. (breaks into laughter)
UNKNOWN OFFICER: Okay wonderful. Ah, all I got's a plane right up
here that I can see.
Unit #2W30: It's a plane and then it's I don't know. I don't
know. I thought I'd let you know.
UNKNOWN OFFICER: I can still see the other two, but I don't see
any third one.
Unit #2W30: This is actually coming from where you're at.
UNKNOWN OFFICER: All right, I don't see that one. Ah, I called
the Com-Center on the phone and told them that if they went
outside they could probably see it.
Unit #2W30: Okay, are they seriously sending O.S.P. out here?
UNKNOWN OFFICER: I assume they are. O.S.P. has contacted Wright
Pat apparently. (NOTE: Incorrect, WCCC contacted Wright Pat)
Unit #2W30: Okay.
UNKNOWN OFFICER: They checked with them, I don't know if they're
actually going to have them come to your location or what.

SECTION 9: Continued discussion

WCCC Dispatcher #4: Dispatch, Lori.
OSP DISPATCHER: Hey Lori, this is Lori.
WCCC Dispatcher #4: Yep.
OSP DISPATCHER: What's your latest update, are they still there?
WCCC Dispatcher #4: Yeah, they're still there and they still have
a visual on it.
OSP DISPATCHER: Damn! You know, I've called just about every
number I could find on U.F.O.'s but these numbers are so damned
WCCC Dispatcher #4: Have you got a unit enroute up there?
OSP DISPATCHER: Yeah, I have two.
WCCC Dispatcher #3: Tell them to capture it, tell them to lasso
it and pull it down.
OSP DISPATCHER: Well what they're going to do is to film it so we
can see it later.
WCCC Dispatcher #3: Okay.
LISA: This is Lisa.
Unit #2W30: Lisa
LISA: yes.
Unit #2W30: this is Two-William-Thirty
LISA yes
Unit #2W30: what is going on?
LISA: Well I don't know, you're out there looking at it, what is
Unit #2W30: Ahh I couldn't tell you.
LISA: Is there really something there though?
Unit #2W30: I can tell you it's not a plane and it's not a star.
LISA: It's not a plane and it's not star?
Unit #2W30: No, it's round and it's got wait a second, O.S.P. is
on the scene.
LISA: Anything in the air.. I don't know if you know this or not,
but anything in the air or falls from the air is State Patrol's
jurisdiction. Evidently you didn't know that because we could
hear your side traffic but we had to tell that that's procedure.
Anything in the air or falls from the air is State Patrol but
that's where are you at where it you can see it? Is it like
right over you or?
Unit #2W30: No, it's in the distance toward Hamilton.
LISA: Towards Hamilton?
Unit #2W30: Yeah, O.S.P.'s here, I'll have to give you a call
LISA: Okay.

SECTION 10: WCCC dispatcher observes UFO north of her location

OSP Dispatcher #2: Highway State Patrol, Dispatcher Hussman (sp?)
WCCC Dispatcher #5: Hey Kim
OSP Dispatcher #2: Yeah.
WCCC Dispatcher #5: What are they saying about that U.F.O.?
OSP Dispatcher #2: I don't know yet.
WCCC Dispatcher #5: I can see it from here. It's got a light blue
light, a yellow light and a red light alternating, flashing on it
and it looks like it's in a line. If I step out not the door
that we normally come in but that other basement door walk to
the top of the steps and look at (Route) 48, it's to the left way
up in the sky up like toward my house toward Waynesville.
OSP Dispatcher #2: We're still trying to find phone numbers.
WCCC Dispatcher #5: For what?
OSP Dispatcher #2: To get a hold of somebody.
WCCC Dispatcher #5: We've got the U.F.O. numbers.
OSP Dispatcher #2: Tell me what you've got, because everything
we've got isn't any good.

(Radio traffic from other police officers heard in
background, they assure the object is not a plane
and not a star)

OSP Dispatcher #2: It's not a plane and it's not a star, they're
saying, and it's not moving
WCCC Dispatcher #5: It didn't move when I was looking at it.
(calls out for Tonya to find UFO number) Here it is, National UFO
Reporting Center, 206-722-3000. That's in Seattle.
OSP Dispatcher #2: That's who we're on the phone with and they
said if it's only one, it could be a Sirius star.
WCCC Dispatcher #5: It's got a light blue, a yellow and a red
flashing light on it.
OSP Dispatcher #2 (Repeats to attendant in room to convey to
NUFORC): She said it's got a light blue, a yellow and a red
flashing light on it and they're in a straight line.
WCCC Dispatcher #5: Well, if it's like in a circle, I'm only
seeing it's not the same light alternating flash, it's in
different locations, like the light blue is in the middle, the
red flashes on the right and the yellow flashes on the left of
the light blue light, and the light blue light stays constant.
OSP Dispatcher #2: The light blue light is in the middle.
WCCC Dispatcher #5: Correct. And from where I'm looking at it,
the red is on the right and the yellow is on the left, and they
flash. The light blue light flashes but it's almost like it's
flickering. The other one's you just see alternately. Trying
looking at it, it's different! I mean they're not flashing, it's
not the same light changing colors, it's like three different
locations on a straight line. Right on the same thing, you can
tell it's the same thing. And it doesn't look like it's up as far
as a star would be but it's higher than a plane would be, and
it's stationary.
OSP Dispatcher #2: LAUGHTER
WCCC Dispatcher #5: What?
OSP Dispatcher #2: We just talked to them at that national UFO
WCCC Dispatcher #5 yeah?
OSP Dispatcher #2: They just told her that last January several
departments in Illinois chased after a triangular-shaped UFO for
several miles
WCCC Dispatcher #5: and then?
OSP Dispatcher #2: nothing.
WCCC Dispatcher #5: It disappeared?
OSP Dispatcher #2: There's nothing they could do!
WCCC Dispatcher #5: Well what good are they? So we can't get
anybody to see if they can get this on radar or anything?
OSP Dispatcher #2: Our guys are filming it.
WCCC Dispatcher #5: Oh, they are?
OSP Dispatcher #2: They're trying to.
WCCC Dispatcher #5: Okay well, I just wondered what your status
was with it.
OSP Dispatcher #2: So far, that's it.
WCCC Dispatcher #5: So the U.F.O. Center is thinking it is
possibly a Sirius star?
OSP Dispatcher #2: Yes.
WCCC Dispatcher #5: With those color lights?
OSP Dispatcher #2: Yes.
WCCC Dispatcher #5: I don't think so, but okay.
OSP Dispatcher #2: They said if it's one, it's a Sirius star, but
if there's two, it's not a Sirius star.
WCCC Dispatcher #5: Okay, bye.

SECTION 11: Final conversation

LOCAL: William 30, Robert 50. There's also one to the north.
Unit #2W30: Okay, you see one now?
LOCAL: Yeah, I see from our direction from you and to the north a
little bit.
Unit #2W30: Yeah, that's the one I think we're looking at and I
have no clue what it is.
LOCAL: Well at first I'd say it was just stars through the
atmosphere but the ones that are lower than that doesn't look
like those.
Unit #2W30: No, from where we're at with the binoculars that we
got, this isn't a star, I can tell you that much. And it's not a
plane, I can definitely rule out those two.
LOCAL: Yeah, I've got some real small glasses up here and can see
all the colors but can't make out any form.
Unit #2W30: I'm calling Com-Center now and see what's going on.
LOCAL: Okay, so what have you got? William 30, Robert 50. William
30, Robert 50. William 30, Robert 50. What's he ending up with?
UNKNOWN OFFICER: I think it's wishful thinking, I don't think
it's much. It's some sparkling lights, I think it's a plane or
something, but I don't know.
LOCAL (laughing) Okay, you're clear.
Unit #2W30: 16 to Robert-50, he just needed to get his eyes
re-examined because -like I said- this isn't a plane and it's not
a star.
LOCAL: Yeah, I sat up here watching it for awhile and if it's a
plane it's not moving.
UNKNOWN OFFICER: You guy's have been watching too many X-Files
Unit #2W30: 16 to Robert-50, do you still have a good visual on
LOCAL: I'm up by "4-3" now and I can't see anything from up here.
When I left the park over there I could still see two of them,
Unit #2W30: Okay.
LOCAL: I'll leave them into your capable hands and trust you'll
keep it safe tonight. I'm going "A.W."
Unit #2W30: Okay, I'm going to leave this to The State, to O.S.P.
to handle, so I'm "A.W" also.
LOCAL: You're clear.

Report and transcript prepared by Kenny Young
May 24, 2001

UFO R e s e a r c h

Jackie (Admin)

Posts : 444
Join date : 2011-05-13

Back to top Go down

View previous topic View next topic Back to top

- Similar topics

Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum