Project Blue Book Collection website compiles ALL government Blue Book Project UFO file for first time
130,000 pages of declassified Air Force files on UFO investigations and sightings are now available online thanks to UFO enthusiast John Greenewald. He compiled every declassified document from the Blue Book project from 1947 – 1969 on his website.
Greenewald says that the documents are just a fraction of what the government have.
“It’s just the tip of the iceberg… It’s all a puzzle,” he said. “Just when you think you’ve got all the pieces to make a picture, you realize it’s only a piece of a bigger puzzle.”
The Blue Book project was discontinued after a joint review concluded that no significant information had come from it, according to declassified documents on the National Archives website.
Specifically, the review said no UFO “reported, investigated and evaluated” ever gave “any indication of threat to our national security.” Nor did the investigations suggest that the sightings “represent technological developments or principles beyond the range of present-day scientific knowledge,” a 1985 Wright-Patterson fact sheet said.
“Since Project BLUE BOOK was closed, nothing has happened to indicate that the Air Force ought to resume investigating UFOs.”
Greenewald is not so sure — especially not after viewing all the documents, which are full of blacked-out material.
If the U.S. military can’t identify some unidentified flying objects, then who can, he wonders? And what are they?
“The biggest takeaway for me is don’t believe the company line,” he said. “I think something big is going on. How big, I don’t think anyone will know for quite some time because government continues to make the rules.
“It’s a hard game to when they make the rules and they’re the referee.”
The collection of declassified files can be viewed by going to: http://projectbluebook.theblackvault.com/