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

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JK:Do you recall other instances when he talked about other cases or other incidents?
KF:Not really, but my sister might.
JK:Well anyway, thank you very much Kim, I appreciate chatting with you.
KF:You're more than welcome and I'm sure my sister would like hearing from you and she might remember things that I don't. She has a much better memory than I do.
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Conversation with Melody (Werlich) Gibson
18 February 2001

MG: Melody Gibson
JK: Jim Klotz
JK:Hello, is this Melody?
JK:Melody, my name is Jim Klotz. I spoke with Dorothy Werlich yesterday and I just got off the phone with your sister Kim.
JK:I wondered if you might have a moment to chat with me?
MG:Well, who are you with? [Laughs].
JK:My name is Jim Klotz. I live in Seattle and I have had an interest in UFOs for a long time. Anyway, I've been working in government documentation and that sort of thing, working with the National Archives, and—
MG:And how did you find my father?
JK:Well, something happened very near Minot on October 24 of 1968, one of the fellows in a B-52 made a report to one of the civilian UFO groups in February of last year and brought up some details of this case. We went to the National Archives and obtained the documentation that was available from the Project Blue book files. There are about 130

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