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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Glenn Campbell, Las Vegas) Date: Mon, 31 Mar 1997 16:42:00 -0800 Subject: Misc: Vegas Booms, Cannon, Edwards, Travel-Holiday [6 msgs] "SNO-CONE" SIGHTING From: [Withheld by request] Subject: re: "Sno-cone" Object Sighting at Cannon AFB in 1993 Date: Thu, 27 Mar 1997 06:59:18 -0800 Glenn, don't label me a skeptic or some such, fact is, I don't know what's out there. However, along about that time NASA was launching those HUGE weather balloons from Fort Sumner, about 50 miles to the west. When those things are at altitude, they look like they're right in your face! But they "float" at around 120,000 feet. It's possible this is what the fellow saw. As for flying on Saturday, well, sometimes we do, sometimes we don't. The latest rumor is that Saturday 19 April is a regular flying day. Sure wish I knew who sent this in -- I've been stationed at Cannon since 1991, perhaps I even know him! [One of those balloon WOULD look like a snow cone. --GC] =================================================================== Subject: Cannon AFB From: TomC7797@aol.com Date: Thu, 27 Mar 1997 06:01:30 -0500 (EST) >> It was on a Saturday, I was driving off base and saw it, at >>that time a F-111E throttled up and took off, which was unusual for a >>Saturday. I flew right past the object and immediately landed, I >>presumed it was one of the two alert aircraft. Wrote the unknown person that they said that they worked at Cannon AFB. Was this person driving a car or in the F-111E? I find it strange to land a car. Can someone tell me if this is a typo or did this person make the story up? Thanks. =================================================================== RACHEL IN THIS MONTH'S TRAVEL HOLIDAY From: email@example.com (Glenn Campbell, Las Vegas) An article on Rachel in Travel-Holiday magazine is supposed to be on the newsstands now. =================================================================== BOOMS IN LAS VEGAS From: UPI <Cfirstname.lastname@example.org> Newgroups: clari.local.nevada Subject: Nevada News Briefs [Mar 28] Date: Fri, 28 MAR 1997 6:40:59 PST (LAS VEGAS)- The Air Force has confirmed that two loud booms Wednesday night were caused by an S-R-71 spy plane flying over the Lake Mead area. The booms were heard shortly after 9 p-m and 10 p-m. The noise shook some walls and rattled some windows. No damage was reported but emergency lines were flooded with calls from people who were curious about the noises. [See recent Las Vegas Sun (www.lasvegassun.com) or Review-Journal (www.lvrj.com) for stories regarding the booms.] =================================================================== EDWARDS AFB SIGHTING From: DD Subject: Re: Large, Slow Aircraft Sighted at Edwards AFB Date: Fri, 28 Mar 1997 19:02:47 -0500 (EST) What they probably saw was a C-5. I'm always amazed when I see it fly, and I saw a bunch fly during Desert Storm. Even from miles away, it looks like it's a lot closer, and hanging in the air. My daughter, who isn't impressed by much, got a chance to see one fly. We were about fifteen miles from it, and she thought it was a mile or so away. It looked like it was just hanging in the air. My son, recently discharged from the Air Force, was stationed at Nellis and agrees with my perceptions in this matter. =================================================================== AREA 51 NOVEL REVIEWED From: CammoDude <CammoDude@ThePentagon.com> To: email@example.com Date: Sun, 09 Mar 1997 23:37:11 -0600 [To Glenn Campbell] I am currently reading a fiction book titled "AREA 51" I just thought you would enjoy knowing you were fictionally named "Mr. Franklin" a pest toward the government leading people to AREA 51, until you were captured and killed by the cammodudes, the government then claimed you were in a car accident while taking another man, out there. Ohh.. I didnt think it was to nice that they made you seem, greedy. They made it look in the book as if you had not allowed the man to take his camera, yet you took yours, so that if there was something to see, you would have the only photos. It also goes into detail on how the sensors on the road work. Very close to what you describe in the Viewers Guide.They were only off by a few hundreths on the frequency.. Lazar was named "Jarvis" and he worked as a source to release stories for the U.S government.. It was overall a good book in the beggining. Though it became very unbelievabletoward the end. I am now in the last few chapters where I have found it boring, with 3 people defeating all the security at NORAD. But... It was funny seeing the fictional characters.. The book is by. ROBERT DOHERTY.. good for 6.95
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