Vaguely written, the memo describes a story told by an unnamed third party who claims an Air Force investigator reported that three flying saucers were recovered in New Mexico, though the memo doesn't say exactly where in the state. The FBI indexed the report for its files but did not investigate further; the name of an "infomant" reporting some of the information is blacked out in the memo.
Michael from Muckrock writes, “From Boy Scouts to movie stars, no one was safe from J. Edgar Hoover’s all-watching surveillance apparatus at the FBI — or his sharp tongue. MuckRock has put together a collection of his most biting insults to serve up at Thanksgiving, in case you need to put any of the in-laws […]
Michael from Muckrock writes, “While J. Edgar Hoover wasn’t a big fan of much media in the 60s — he worked to rewrite one of Hitchcock’s scripts and made Walt Disney re-work Tomorrowland — there was one show that struck a chord: ABC’s The FBI.”
Michael from Muckrock writes, “Mr. Russell Jones. Maybe the name doesn’t ring any bells for you. On February 3, 1999, when the Federal Bureau of Investigation first ran their records on him, there were over a thousand people that made that match. In New York, there were 196. Another 164 of them turned up as […]
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