Kim (Werlich) Flippo and Melody (Werlich) Gibson Interviews, 12 February 2001 & 18 February 2001

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KF:That's him [laughs].
JK:Now that was actually a report that he made on this UFO situation to the then-Project Blue Book.
JK:The job I have taken on is to try and locate the witnesses to talk with them, try to verify the information in the documents and so on. I've located 5 of the 6 people who were onboard a B-52 that was involved. I've spoken with all of those fellows. Now I'm working on the missile security police. Dorothy phoned me and talked quite a while about her memories and her late husband's career.
KF:Yes, they were both avid Air Force men.
JK:It sounds like they both had quite distinguished careers. Dorothy indicated that she wanted to contact you and your sister to ask if you might have any memories or whether there might be any papers or anything like that.
KF:Yes, well you know that was quite a long time ago. I mainly have, I guess, feelings about the situation and I do remember things that my dad had said. But I was sure aliens were going to come down and get us for a long time [laughs].
JK:Oh, from things he said?
JK:That was going to be one of my questions: do you have any sense of what he thought was going on?
KF:As I recall this, there was a call my father got a call late at night. I think it was late, I don't know. I do know it was after dark and there was something about—there was some guys in a plane as well as some crewmen in a jeep or something on the ground, if this is the same one.
JK:That is in agreement with the documents.
KF:I'll be darned! OK, and they had this three-way conversation going and I guess—I want to say that the missile guys, you know, in charge of the silo there? As they would either raise or lower the lights—I'm not sure that is correct, but as they did something the UFO would react. And one of the comments I believe I heard my dad say, because, of course you know he wasn't allowed to speak about it—I mean he honored his clearance, but of course he was at home when this was happening and we did hear. But it was almost as if the craft was taking the energy from the silo.

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