Sunday, September 25, 2011
The November/December 1976 Beyond Reality (Special UFO Report) magazine had a Guest Editorial by Brad Steiger (on Page 4), in which another “identification” for George Adamski’s iconic flying saucer is provided:
To read the Editorial clearly, which says Adamski’s flying saucer photo was of a bottle cooler lid, click HERE.
The other “identifications” include a chicken brooder, a humidor, and a Christmas ornament.
How or why, then, did some UFO spotters see UFOs that look like Adamski’s flying saucer:
Drawing by Spanish witness, 1977 [Beyond Reality UFO Update, Fall 1978, Page 13]
Muhammed Ali’s drawing of what he saw in 1972 [Beyond Reality, March/April 1978, Page 34]
And the same thing happened with Rex Heflin’s alleged UFO:
Warren Martin drew a craft that he and four friends saw:
Beyond Reality UFO Update [Ibid, Page 34]
Both Adamski’s photos of flying saucers and Heflin’s photos of a UFO are said to be fakes, Heflin’s photos less so than Adamski’s arguably.
Nonetheless, if such photos are, indeed, fakes, why do some credible UFO sighters see or draw objects (or craft, if you will) “things” that smack of faked UFO photos?