Talk:Maury Island incident
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The page says -- "shortly after" Arnold's sighting but the date given is before that given on Wikipedia for the Arnold sighting.--Richard Clegg 08:55, 25 March 2006 (UTC)
I don't know anything about this topic, but boy does this article suck. And then they went and they got in the car and then they went and they ate breakfast..Somebody who does know should start over, it's unreadable as is.Jjdon (talk) 23:16, 2 October 2008 (UTC)
At one point the article says: 'United Press stringer Ted Morello died shorty thereafter. ' followed by '(Ted Morello did not, in fact, die shortly thereafter. He moved to New York and until his death due to a stroke on September 15, 2007, at the age of 88, was a well-respected newspaper correspondent to the United Nations.)' with no explanation. What's going on - did the guy die or not?
- Seems to be a reference to this:  I don't know that this is the same Ted Morello, but he apparently did work for UPI at one point. Ben Standeven (talk) 04:25, 28 July 2009 (UTC)
This Wikipedia entry appears to be a load of bollocks based on a hoax by Crisman, who had nothing to do with the JFK assassination--he had a solid alibi for the day of the assassination according to his own Wikipedia entry, he wasn't on the grassy knoll with a gun. The guy used to make up stories about "deros"--subterranean robots--in letters to pulp fiction magazines when the Shaver Mysteries were popular. He claimed he was attacked by alien lasers in Burma during WWII. Lippard (talk) 19:41, 29 July 2009 (UTC)
What do the last 3 paragraphs have to do with the Maury Island Incident? They belong in the UFO sightings general topic. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Dougpy (talk • contribs) 19:14, 5 April 2013 (UTC)
This article needs major clean-up, probably a complete rewrite. I have added the tag since I personally do not know enough about this subject to properly rewrite it. If this article is to be taken seriously and not marked for deletion, it should be cleaned up from top to bottom: organization, grammar, style of writing, use of parentheses... Nitroblu (talk) 18:23, 14 June 2010 (UTC)
Classified Material on the crashed plane.
A member of the 'Project Bluebook' Team who later visited the two U.S. Intelligence Officers who were the last people to speak to the Intelligence Officers sent to investigate the Maury Island incident said that there 'was' Classified Material on board the plane when it set out from the airfield on it's return trip that ended in the crash. The Officers said the material was unrelated Confidential Files and Documents that they asked the two visiting Officers to drop off for them at their destination. The Officers interviewed by the Bluebook Investigator also added that before leaving the two visiting Intelligence Officers had commented to them that they believed the Maury Island report was a hoax. The Bluebook investigator did not give any names of the Officers etc as he wrote that it was not U.S. Air Force Policy to do so in material released for public discussion. Johnwrd (talk) 04:29, 25 January 2014 (UTC)
The creators of this article appear to have omitted a key source of information, specificially the relevant government documents. See: https://vault.fbi.gov/UFO/UFO%20Part%205%20of%2016 — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 21:47, 2 July 2016 (UTC)