Sunday, September 30, 2012

The Tremonton, Utah - UFO Color Film

A great one from the history files, which shows that UFOs were just as active then as they are today. In the film,  a US Navy Warrant Officer,  films a group of UFO orbs over The Tremonton, Utah. These were not planes, ballons or birds.  Fast forward to the present day, over 60 years later and the US Airforce believes that UFOs still do not require (official) investigation, sighting the findings of the outdated relic that is the 'Project Bluebook' findings from 1969!  We think it's time this convenient
'case closed' excuse is overturned, and US citizens order the government to re-examine the UFO subject for validity. How can we rely on outdated and biased studies from the early 1960's, to conclude everything we know about UFOs? The fact is, today with modern computers and technology we know so much more.  Open the UFO files president Obama!

Warrant Officer Dilbert .C. Newhouse, USN, obtained 16 mm color movies of a group of UFOs which he and his wife observed visually near Tremonton, Utah. At relatively close range, UFOs appeared flat and circular "shaped like two saucers, one inverted on top of the other." Mr. Newhouse unpacked his Bell and Howell Automaster camera, with 3-inch telephoto lens, from the trunk of his car and obtained about 1200 frames of the UFOs on Daylight Kodachrome film. During the filming, Mr. Newhouse changed the iris stop of the camera from f/8 to f/16. 
The film was submitted to Navy authorities, who forwarded it to the Air Force at ATIC in Dayton, Ohio, where it was studied for several months. According to Mr. Newhouse, frames of the movie showing a single UFO moving away over the horizon (hence providing some ranging information) were missing when the film was returned. The hypothesis that the objects were out of focus sea gulls was considered by the Air Force, but could neither be confirmed nor denied.
 The report of Photogrammetric analysis by Dr. Robert M.L. Baker, Jr., Douglas Aircraft Corporation (which included a study of the 1950 Montana film) also examined this possibility. He states: "The motion of the objects is not exactly what one would expect from a flock of soaring birds, not the slightest indication of a decrease in brightness due to periodic turning with the wind or flapping." Dr. Baker reports that no definite conclusion could be reached, but "the evidence remains rather contradictory and no single hypothesis of a natural phenomenon yet suggested seems to completely account for the UFO involved.
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