Kevin Randle, me, and that damn Socorro symbol
Thursday, November 8, 2018 13:43
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My pal Kevin has had to reprise a posting at his blog [kevinrandle.blogspot.com] about the alleged symbol (insignia) that Police Office Lonnie Zamora sais he saw on the egg-shaped craft that landed in the desert of Socorro, New Mexico in 1964.
It seems that a writer investigating the sighting differs with Kevin’s (and my) view that the symbol seen by Officer Zamora is the arc above an arrow and not the inverted V with three lines through it, as the writer is about to show in his new book on the incident.
That symbol has been a bugaboo for me (and Kevin) for a long while, with both of us damning Ray Stanford for proselytizing the inverted V with the lines as the authentic symbol.
The matter seems to remain open.
Here’s a 2013 page of mine dealing with the issue:
And here’s my contact information for Lonnie Zamora, whom I called years ago but only got to reach Mrs. Zamora.
As some of you know, I’m of the opinion that what Office Zamora saw was a Howard Hughes Aircraft prototype engineered in conjunction with the CIA-front organization Raven Industries, and have provided much information about that at this blog and our RRRGroup blog. (The material can be found by inserting search parameters in the upper left corner of both blogs.)
I’ve been concerned with the 1964 event for a long time:
And its resolution would be a godsend.
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