Ho-hum! Thornton T. D. BARNES and Edward Lovick recite, err, I mean explain away UFO’s and give a brief overview of what they did while working at the now not so secret Area 51.

Mind you, people will obviously say that they are being paid to say this, but, could the A-12 (Oxcart) have been responsible for some UFO sightings?

Written by CW Staff

In the late 80s I started investigating UFOs and crop circles and joined the CCCS (Centre for Crop Circle Studies) and a local group researching strange sightings and reports along the south coast of Dorset (UK). In the early ’90s I started my own research group called SPS (Strange Phenomena Studies), this was renamed in 2004 to Cryptoworld.

This article has 2 comments

  1. Jason Myers

    Yeah right, most of the videos and sightings of ufo’s were from the 80’s and 90’s, the Oxcart A12 flew in the 60’s and 70’s and certainly flew straight, not sideways or turn on a 90 degree angle. Therefore, i believe this is just another cover story, like the balloon crash at Roswell in 1947. However, they maybe telling the truth about Area 51, but they know the real testing was moved from Groom (Dry) Lake (Area 51) and done at Papoose (Dry) Lake S4. This exposure seems very silly in light of the 300+ military, government and scientific witnesses that have come forward in the Disclosure Project and info that has come out since, not too mention the thousand of reports each year (especially this last year) that are obviously not the Oxcart or an airplane in any sense that we understand.

  2. Tallman Grey

    OK , so one of the guys starts out by stating that we never flew these surveillance planes over the Soviet Union. Uh, has he ever heard of a guy called Gary Powers who got shot down over the USSR in 1960. http://americanhistory.about.com/od/coldwar/a/gary_powers.htm
    I know of several stories of SR71 pilots that found it exceedingly hilarious to fly over the USSR at high altitude.. watch a soviet missile launch and be literally way out of reach before the missile even came near. Heck, the SR71 at top speed (mach 2+) took the distance of Texas to do a 180. Initial test flights of the plane met with disaster when one engine flamed out and the aircraft yawed sideways and disintegrated. And no, they don’t look like UFOs. The twin Pratt & Whitney J-58 Engines clearly distinguish this as a jet and not a UFO.

    So what’s the point of this? Are we to be entertained by the guy on the left not being able to look the camera straight in the eye and tell the truth??? It be more fun to listen to someone at Edwards AFB explain away the Phoenix lights.