"The head, curiously, was not human or like the big, fetal-shaped kind so often associated with the little grays. Only in the photo, which showed the head closely enough, were the eyes in view, looking large and cavernous. The nose was just a dot of light and the mouth was just a slit. On the floor of the case, sitting on either side of the head, were beakers emitting a swirl of vapor and at the base, surrounding the body, were vents."
To be more computer-friendly, the reprint has been divided into parts. Here begins Part 27 of Status Report VI, from July 1991. These status reports were written by Leonard H. Stringfield from 1978 to 1994. Previous Status Report VII begins at Earthfiles 12/15/03. Leonard Stringfield died on December 18, 1994.
In recent years, photographs purporting to show alien spacecraft fail to excite the serious researcher. Good reason: most can be simply explained as conventional aerial objects - and in the heap, there are some good fakes. The most likely fakes are also the most dazzling, usually showing a sharply contoured disc or boomerang or maybe an ellipsoid or a spheroid. Some have domes and windows and other imposing details. Trick, high-tech photography today can produce an impressive UFO!
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