Here is an excerpt from a piece by Kevin D. Randle in UFO Report magazine, Spring 1975, entitled, Mysterious Clues Left Behind by Flying Saucers (Page 37):
Note the third paragraph, where Randle writes that "The military showed up in strength..."
Where's the substantiation, the citation that proves the military did, indeed, show up?
We have a number of other Randle articles, and many by Jerome Clark, which, in hindsight, indicate some sloppy reportage, and mind-sets that indicate a bias toward believability of accounts by anyone, anywhere when it comes to UFOs.
The questioning mind is absent by those fellows, at least, in their early incarnations as "ufologists."
Even Allen Hynek, who smothered the Mannor and Hillsdale flying saucer sightings in 1966 by attributing them to "swamp gas" fell for the faked 1967 Jaroslav photo seen here:
Hynek said that the "Analysis so far does not show any indication of an obvious hoax." [Flying Saucers Pictorial, 1967, Page 44].
The teenage Jaroslav brothers admitted, not long after, to making the "saucer" and faking the photograph.
Hynek was dismissed by reporters as unreliable after the 1966 "swamp gas" fiasco and he never regained credibility with news media after that episode.
He never regained credibility with us either.
We eschew the so-called noted ufologists because they've proven to be incompetent or just plain wrong, often back-tracking and making excuses for their earlier "nonsense."
One can forgive them, but one can't forget...their blunders and errant "research."