The photographs of these UFOs were provided by Commander Graham Bethune of the US Navy. He obtained these photographs of a FS-143 saucer from a close friend who claimed to have rendezvoused with another intelligence and requests anonymity. These photographs were allegedly taken on September 27, 1989, near Nashville,Tennessee and used to build a model for theatrical events. The photographs show strong circular columns of light shinning down from the craft that suddenly stop in mid-air. Our spot-light do not function in this manner.
I’m the Director of Advanced Technology Exhibits for the Air Victory Museum (AVM) in Medford, New Jersey. The museum attempts to have both flyable and static display aircraft. This is an educational museum and learning institution. We attempt to educate Americans about our aerospace heritage and to understand the pivotal role that technology and applied science play in maintaining not only our strength as a nation, but our quality of life as well. We have aircraft such as the F-14, A-4, E-2, F-104 on display. We have jet, helicopter, rocket and reciprocating aircraft engines on display.
We desire to have displays of advanced space ship designs that you outline in your book. We are presently working on a UFO exhibit showing their zero gravity engines. During recent years, I have collected numerous UFO reports as MUFON’s Eastern Director. These clearly indicate that an advanced technology is operating in our skies. The study of the this technology will help unlock the secrets of the craft. We have also asked the Air Space Museum to loan us the Avrocar, that was one of our attempts to capture some of the capabilities of UFOs. We have a flyable F-86 aircraft and working on the ME-262 the first operational jet fighter. The museum is an ideal place to launch serious UFO study and research on the East Coast. The aircraft now on display lend a feeling of reality to the study of future flight. We also have on display probably the first wind tunnel ever designed. Gliders existed before the historic flight at Kitty Hawk, but put an engine on a glider and it wouldn’t fly. Using smoke fanned through the tunnel, where a model set the Wright Brothers figured out the correct wing angle to enable powered flight. We also have a unique one man helicopter. The museum has 48,000 square feet of displays and this is just the beginning.
Additionally, the museum’s advisory council includes some of the premier names in aviation such as Scott Crossfield, General Bernard Schriever, Walter Boyne, General John Allison, and Admiral Thomas Moorer. I would appreciate your help in this endeavor to build a great UFO exhibit. The museum was founded in 1989 as a non profit educational museum to encourage youngsters to pursue applied sciences. We fly some 500 youngsters a year. They’re excited about flight, and our old aircraft, but they also want to see UFOs and the future. I am now collecting evidence to be placed in the Air Victory Museum to help prove that UFOs exist. I would appreciate your input and ideas. Our Website for the museum is www.airvictorymuseum.org.