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Thread: Black Vault - Project Blue Book Files discovered by Rob Mercer

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    Black Vault - Project Blue Book Files discovered by Rob Mercer

    This is an amazing story. Researcher Rob Mercer, who lives in Ohio, 20mins from Wright Patterson AFB put an add in Craiglist and found some Project Blue Book files

    'One evening in late 2013, under a UFO search on Craigslist in the Dayton, Ohio area, he came across an ad that advertised Project Blue Book Pics and Documents.'

    He traced who lived in the house and it was Lt. Carmon Marano who had worked on Blue Book when the project was shutdown, he decided to save the files for posterity. When Rob contacted him he confirmed this and even gave him several more boxes he had taken with him to his new house.

    The amazing thing is some of these reports aren't in the final published report, and what's more the boxes contain original photos and even original camera film from the sightings.

    Well worth reading this
    John Greenewald is gradually putting these files up as soon a Rob Mercer scans them. But there is an impressive amount of pdf already up.

    http://www.theblackvault.com/casefil...ect-blue-book/

    I heard about it listening on Coast to Coast with George Knapp 'Secret UFO Revelations/ Opening the Blue Book Files' the last 2 hrs he interviews John Greenewald about this and another story how he managed to get NORAD ufo reports from the Canadians
    https://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2018/02/25

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    It is truly amazing what can be found on Craigslist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wansen View Post
    It is truly amazing what can be found on Craigslist.
    Yup!


    Now if only we could fine a live ET . . .

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    Just an FYI. We have a Black Vault thread already.
    Posted this story about a month ago, but nice to have a thread to discuss that post.
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    Hi Calikid I saw that wasn't sure whether to post in there or not.
    Amazing story. Kudos to John Greenewald

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