Open Minds UFO Radio: Scott Ramsey began his investigation into an alleged crash of a UFO near Aztec, New Mexico over 25 years ago. Skeptical at first, and assuming he would demonstrate there was nothing to it, compelling bits of information eventually led him to believe the case was worth taking seriously. Ramsey, along with his wife, Suzanne, and with the help of many others, has painstakingly followed every clue. Now in his book, The Aztec Incident: Recovery at Hart Canyon, we can finally read the details of his rigorous investigation.
This book truly is necessary material to review for anyone who is interested in alleged UFO crash cases. You can read more about the book, and get your own copy here: http://www.theaztecincident.com/
Greetings, I’m sure you have fielded this question befote. It concrrnd the wird tenescope mentioned in Frank Scully’s book. There is no solid internet reference for it, nor is it listed in dictionaries. Nevertheless, I’d swear I read of this device outside of Scully’s book. Damned if I can remember where. There are quite a few obsolete contraptions we’ve forgotten entirely but it’s usually possible to find a written reference. Just curious if you folks may have found anything. Scully might have used an incorrect name.