Wednesday, June 28, 2006
The photograph at left is from a website (linked to title) which adds this caption...
"...Hat UFO flying over a boat -- Rex Heflin, 1967..."
I have no idea if this caption is accurate, but the image is plainly from a "Fox Family" Television broadcast, and most likely from a television screen or videotape frame-grab.
While this is the only site I have found that posts this image, if the caption is correct and Rex Heflin indeed took this photograph, it certainly seems odd that one guy managed to photograph the same (or very similar) UFO over the course of two years. (The 'famous' Heflin UFO photos were shot in 1965).
If this is indeed a Rex Heflin photograph, either Rex was one lucky fellow, or he carried train wheels and fishing line around with him on at least a couple of occasions.
Anyone know anything more about this photo or a Fox Family special in which it might have been shown?
[via Google Image Search]
This method of cover-up is extremely common. It's how they've managed to hide the truth for so long.
Additional photos are never mentioned in the detailed case report, so the attribution to Heflin of the photo here, is erroneous. It is interesting though, to note not only the similarity of craft to the Heflin photos, but also the surrounding particulate matter, which was so hotly debated in anylizing those photos. One feature of the Heflin photo #1 that is annoyingly absent from the debate and analysis, is the aparent disturbance in the dust on the ground beneath the craft, as if it is being stirred up in some sort of turbulence.