Part 1 – Peculiar Phenomenon: Early United States Efforts to Collect and Analyze Flying Discs

© 1994 -1995 by J. Andrew Kissner
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Unpublished original manuscript cover © 1994-1995 by Jon Andrew Kissner.
Unpublished original manuscript cover © 1994-1995 by Jon Andrew Kissner.

Editor's Note:  In the mid-1990s, I was approached by former Las Cruces, New Mexico State Representative, Andrew Kissner. He told me about his official research into UFO crashes and retrievals in New Mexico, and his off-the-record conversations with military and intelligence operatives from White Sands Missile Range, the Naval Research Lab and other government agencies. Rep. Kissner had assembled many old newspaper articles and government documents leaked to him.

Former Rep. Kissner asserted that in the late 1940s to early 1950s, there was an American government policy to shoot down unidentified aerial discs. But the discs retaliated. Many of our pilots died, which forced an end to our "shoot down" policy. ]

Part 1


By J. Andrew Kissner, August 1995

In a democracy, the people must be aware of and learn fundamental truth. Without this knowledge, others are empowered to make decisions for the people secretly with little regard to the checks and balances of constitutional government. It is evident that most United States decision makers involved with this phenomenon have not been elected to public office.


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