226. Free Show: Ben Moss & Tony Angiola

79d1f1_cbc40d745808461a8dbab439638f1b52-mv2Alejandro Rojas with the UFO Updates, guest Ben Moss & Tony Angiola discuss all aspects of the Socorro Incident of 1964, as well as new information that they have found in their research. Support the show to listen to hour two (and to listen to all full shows & archives), they talk about Black Triangles, UFO sightings, cases they have investigated and even Big Foot. Thank your for listening.

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147. Ray Stanford

Ray Stanford on CNN (Edt)Alejandro Rojas with the news, and Ray Stanford talks about various amazing UFO phenomena footage with various scientific implications that peaked Dr Leik Myrabo interest that may change space travel and more.
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108. Ray Stanford

Ray Stanford for Interview ImageAndy Fleming, with New Horizon’s upcoming look at Jupiter, and an Extended Version, live into a recorded segment with longtime researcher Ray Stanford, author of The Socorro “Saucer” in a Pentagon Pantry. Ray gives in great detail what happened in Socorro New Mexico, April 24, 1964, which became one of Project Blue Book’s unexplained encounters.

 

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Blog: Officer Lonnie Zamora and “The Socorro Case”

 by Michael Lauck

The+Socorro+UFO+IncidentOn the evening of April 24, 1964 Socorro, New Mexico police officer Lonnie Zamora drove to the scene of what he believed to be a dynamite shack explosion. Instead of an accidental explosion he found an object which he described as an oval shaped device with a red insignia and two people in white overalls nearby. When the object began to emit flame from underneath Zamora retreated to behind his squad car, fearing an explosion. After taking shelter he saw the object lift off and managed to call in to the station as it roared off. The Socorro Case was investigated by Dr. J. Allen Hynek for Project Blue Book and was officially listed as “Unidentified.” Recently it has been alleged that students from New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology were behind the incident, but this explanation is controversial.

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