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Dr. Lincoln LaPaz says not all flying discs are not hoaxes:

This article was published in the newspaper The Deming Headlight, of Deming, New Mexico, USA, page 2, for August 29, 1947.

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Dr. Lincoln LaPaz of the University of New Mexico says in due time the common man will be vindicated by an annoucement that will prove that all the flying discs are not hoaxes.

Brief comment:

Researchers who worked on the "Roswell incident" argued more or less firmly that Dr. Lincoln LaPaz, a meteor specialist in New Mexico, had been involved in some way , or "in the know," of something extraordinary about the incident.

Others thought his interest in flying objects came later, about the more or less mysterious "green fireballs" seen in New Mexico and Texas in 1949 basically.

Thus, this is a very curious article; which might almost suggest that Lincoln LaPaz was not only interested "flying discs" in the first two months of their appearances, not only that he seemed to think that they are at least sometimes comething else than hoaxes, but that in addition, some future "announcement" would confirm something about them...

However, another Press article a bit longer suggested he was thinking that the Army would reveal that the "flying discs" are one of their secret experiments.

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