Mach 7 (5000 mph)Posted by: email@example.com | Posted on: November 18, 2015
There is much to do with past and current Technology that your Government does NOT want you to know. The average JOE and MARY on the street have no idea that water fueled cars before gasoline. Water could NOT be taxed, but gasoline being a value added product could make the RICH get even richer.
This yellow plane could cruise at 220 mph, had a retractable landing gear and made a good investment for those wanting double duty business and personal travel.Most private pilots from the mid `50s through the late `60s were flying the Piper Cub, Cessna 140/172 style planes that could hold 120 mph for a few hundred miles cross country. The Piper J-3 Cub is a small, simple, light aircraft that was built between 1937 and 1947 by Piper Aircraft. With tandem seating, it was intended for flight training but became one of the most popular and best-known light aircraft of all time.
The J-3 Cub could barely sputter along at 110 mph with a tailwind, but there was a craft that came and went at will during the late `40s and thru 1960. It was the topic of many church sermons about how the Devil was hiding in South Missouri. A seventeen year old “child prodigy” English Teacher had a 5000 mph flying saucer. Yes, this story did catch the imagination of many local and not so local people Frank Farmer was a reporter for the Springfield News & Leader and investigated the rumors.
In 1956 Project Blue Book was being managed by a Colonel Gray or Grey at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton OH. Official U.S.A.F. Records say that Gray died on base in some kind of accident, but he published a book about Project Blue Book in 1957. As General LeMay told me personally in 1959, “He writes a pretty good book for a dead man.”
What did happen at Wright Patterson on that fateful night, ALL Project Blue Book artifacts were loaded up and transported to Groom Lake, Nevada (Area 51). Several airports in the area were shut down for several hours due to too much UFO traffic that night.