EDITOR’S NOTE: The late Leonard Stringfield was noted for his research into UFO crash/retrievals (CRs). During the mid-1970s he collected reports from pilots, engineers and military personnel who claimed first-hand knowledge. Due to the highly classified nature of these operations, Leonard never released the identities of his sources. His day-to-day dictation notes are now on file at MUFON Headquarters. Historian Michael Schratt is moving through these and presents a series of References from these works.
Reference #13: Additional details emerge in “alien movie.” Leonard received a call from researcher Joan Jeffers who stated that she knew a friend who was based at a Naval Station in Brunswick Maine, who had personally seen the alleged film (sometime around 1955 or 1956).
According to the informant, the man in charge of showing this film was a Major Lester Goldberg (attempts by this historian to locate the Major have proven unsuccessful). Source: Leonard
Stringfield dictation notes January 11, 1979.
Update to Reference #12 from Part 3: Leonard received a call from “WP” who stated that: “I have seen one (ET body)…..about 1954 at Wright-Patterson AFB”. The body was approximately four feet tall, and was being stored in a round glass container. This military eyewitness also claimed to have seen a craft which was estimated to be 20 feet in diameter. Source: Leonard Stringfield dictation notes.