Friday, October 14, 2005

Australian academic studies 1966 event

Shane Ryan, an English lecturer with the University of Canberra has been collecting witness stories about the Westall object observations of 1966, according to a feature article in The Age.
Mr Ryan has interviewed about 30 witnesses, mostly former staff and students from the Westall secondary and primary schools. He has tried obtaining police and RAAF reports, but so far with little luck. The story was covered then by Channel Nine, The Age and local newspapers.

Ryan plans a book to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the sighting.
The object was in view for up to 20 minutes, and many saw it descend. Most agree it landed behind pine trees at the Grange Reserve. Dozens of students ran across what was then an open paddock to the reserve to investigate, but the object had lifted off and vanished.


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