UFO Case? Or, a Military Test Gone Wrong? The Cash-Landrum Incident
The Cash-Landrum Incident: Was a Nuclear Aircraft Involved? Of all the best-known and often reviewed UFO cases of the last few decades, many would contend that one of the most puzzling had been the Cash-Landrum incident, which occurred near Dayton, Texas on 29 December, 1980. The story, well known in UFO circles, involved two women: Betty Cash and Vicky Landrum, as well as Vicky’s grandson Colby, all of whom purportedly observed an unusual, very bright source of illumination over a country road on the night in question. After seemingly hovering above the highway for several minutes, the strange object was surrounded by a group of helicopters in tight formation, and removed from the area, according to the witnesses.”
There are good reasons to suspect that the cause of the still-controversial affair was not due to the presence of a UFO – as many people conclude (or who may want to believe). Rather, the vehicle may have been a prototype nuclear-powered vehicle built and flown by the U.S. military.
Since the mid-1980s, many American UFO researchers have been mired in endless quarreling over the Roswell Incident, MJ-12, and other quagmires, with little to show for it other than bitterness. In doing so, they've overlooked or ignored one of the most significant cases ever to come to light.
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