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John Lear’s Project Grudge/Bluebook 13 Report

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PROJECT GRUDGE/BLUEBOOK 13 (RE: BILL ENGLISH) This report was prepared and
written by John Lear

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A series of PROJECT GRUDGE/BLUEBOOK reports have been related over the years
in connection with the USAF’s investigation into UFO’s which was supposedly
terminated with the release of the Condon report in the late 1960’s. Reports 1
through 12 of GRUDGE/BLUE BOOK were generally innocuous and contained no
classified or truly sensitive material. There was a final report, #14 which was
widely circulated and about which an entire book was written: FLYING SAUCERS:AN
ANALYSIS OF THE AIR FORCE PROJECT BLUE BOOK SPECIAL REPORT NO.14 by Leon
Davidson; the fifth edition was published in 1976 by Blue-Book Publishers; 64
Prospect st., White Plains, New York 10606. Missing from public view, however,
was report #13.

Several years ago, Bill English, son of an Arizona state legislator and
former Captain in the Green Berets had been assigned to an RAF `listening Post’
north of London as an information analyst. English was, in the course of his
duties, asked to prepare an analysis of the elusive GRUDGE 13 report. On his
discharge from his work at the `listening POst’ he returned to the United States
and began to do a little UFO research on his own. English had been no stranger
to the UFO phenomenon. In Viet Nam he was member of a Special Forces
investigative team that went in to retrieve a B-52 that was forced down by a UFO
and all the occupants killed. Communications had been received from the B-52
before it went down to the effect that it was “….under attack by a
UFO….”, a “….large light….”. The plane was found intact,
sitting in the jungle. There was no swath indicative of a crash landing. Only
the bottom of the fuselage showed any damage, there was no damage to the
underside of the engine pods. Although the plane was completely intact the
entire crew had been mutilated.

English, through contacts he still maintains has determined that the US
government `most definitely’ supports a `project dealing specifically with UFO’s
and captured aliens’. According to what he has learned, the US government
captured a trio of aliens, and that as of mid 1981, one of the beings was still
alive in captivity. English also claims that “at one point in the early
1950’s until the mid 1960’s the Air Force maintained relocation and debriefing
colonies for people that had experienced close encounters of the 3rd and 4th
kind. They were isolated for all intents and purposes for the rest of their
lives. He doubts that these colonies are still in existence.

English dictated 2 audio cassettes outlining what he remembered from the
Grudge 13 report. These audio cassettes were transcribed into hand written notes
by another person. The information contained therein indicated what had been
suspected all along:that the US Government was involved in the greatest
deception in the history of mankind and that not only did flying saucers exist
but that the government had several in secret storage and had captured at least
three live aliens.

The following is a summary of what Bill English remembers from what he read
during that day in July of 1977 of PROJECT GRUDGE/BLUE BOOK REPORT NO. 13.

In box, diplomatic pouch under lock and key system. Lock had been opened,
pouch was easily accessed. Standard diplomatic couriers pouch marked American
Embassy Couriers, contained pouch serial number jl327Delta. Inside a publication
with red tape which indicated code red security precautions and an Air Force
disposition form. Disposition form was standard white page copy, title was
`Analysis Report’. Further down was `Analyze enclosed report under code red
measures, give abstract breakdown and report on validity. Observe all code red
measures. Analysis required immediately’. Underneath were a series of dashes
then the letters NDF then another series of dashes. Below that, lower left hand
corner were the initials WGB.

Publication was withdrawn from pouch. It measured approx., 8″ by
11″ with grey cover. Heavily bound, paper back style similar to technical
manuals.Across the center front it read, “Grudge/Blue Book Report No.
13”. It was dated 1953-(1963). In the lower right-hand corner was AFSN
2246-3. in upper left hand corner was the word `annotated’. Across the front
upper right hand corner to lower left hand corner was red tape indicating code
red security measures. Across the front was stamped in red ink `Top Secret Need
to Know Only Crypto Clearance 14 Required’. Inside front cover upper left hand
corner were hand written notations in ink which were blacked out by black felt
pen.

Inside cover sheet was basically the same information as the cover. Second
page was a title page. Next page after that was an appendix with numerous
notations made in it.Notations dealt with inserts of what appeared to be photos
and additional notes. At bottom of third page it read G/BV Page 1 of 624 pages.
Title page was subject letter. Complete list of appendix not remember.

Title. Some notes on the practical applications of the Worst Nemo equations.

Table of contents, Part 1. “On the design of generators to accomplish
strain free molecular translation”. Part 2, The generation of space time
discontinuums,closed, opened and folded”. Part 3, on the generation of
temporary pseudo acceleration locas”. Part 1, Chapter 1, “design
criteria for a simple generator and control system referring to equation 17
appendix A”. Part 2, Chapter 1,”Continuation of Einstein’s Theory of
Relativity to final conclusion”. Part 3, Chapter 1, “Possible
applications of Einstein’s theory of relativity at conclusion”.

Part 1,Chapter 2, reports of UFO encounters, classifications “Close
Encounters of the 1st Kind”,subtitle sightings and witnesses. Part 2,
chapter 2,”Close Encounters of the 2nd”, subtitle UFO sightings
witnessed within close proximity. Part 3, chapter 2 “Close Encounters of
the 3rd Kind”, subtitle UFO encounters and extraterrestrial life forms
witnessed and personal encounters. Subtitle,”Colonies, relocation
thereof”. Case histories. Chapter 3, Part 1,titled “military
Encounters with UFO’s”. Part 2, Chapter 3, “Military Reports
Concerning Sightings on Radar and Electronic Surveillance of UFO’s”.
Subsection 2, Analysis Report, J. Allen Hynek, Lt. Col. Friend. Appendix
continued on for about 5 pages. Opening subject page consisted of a report of
the findings as written by Lt. Col. Friend and his analysis.

Must stress at this point that the version seen was annotated.

There were inserts that were added to this copy after it had been initially
printed. Sections remembered very vividly are the photographs and the reports
concerning captive sights of various UFO’s to include Mexico, sweden, United
States and Canada. There were also what was then classified Close Encounters of
the 3rd kind. It was made very clear that these people whom it was determined
had genuine CE 3’s were moved in the middle of the night by Air Force personnel
and relocated to various sites in the midwest and Northwest parts of the United
States. In many cases these people experienced physical ailments from exposure
to various types of radiation.

One case especially noted and remembered very vividly was entitled
“Darlington Farm Case” out of Ohio. Case apparently took place in
October 1953. Man, wife and 13 year old son were sitting down at dinner table.
As they sat there the lights in the farm house began to dim. Dogs and animals
raised ruckus on outside. 13 year old boy got up from dinner table to see what
was going on.

Called his mother and father to come look at the funny light in the sky.
Father and mother went out onto the porch. When they got out on the porch one of
the dogs broke loose from leash beside house and came running around front. Boy
began chasing it into the open field. As mother and father watched the light
comedown from the sky. They described it as a round ball of fire and it began to
hover over the field where the boy and dog had run to.

As they stood and watched, the mother and father heard the boy start
screaming for help whereupon the father grabbed his shotgun which was right next
to the door and began to run out into the field with the mother following. When
the father got to the field he saw his son being carried away by what looked
like little men, into this huge fiery looking object. As it took off the father
fired several rounds at the object, to no avail. They found the dog, it’s head
had been crushed but no sign of the boy or any other footprints of the little
men who apparently carried him off. Father immediately called the Darlington
police and they immediately came out to investigate. The official report read
that the boy had run off and was lost in the forest which bordered the farm.
Within 48 hours the Air Force made the determination that the family was to be
relocated and the mother and father were picked up by Air Force Intelligence and
all personal belonging and possessions were loaded into U.S. Air Force trucks
and moved to a northwestern relocation site.

The mother was in shock and had to go through a great deal of psychotherapy
and deprogramming as did father. One interesting aspect about this case was
classification under Air Force report which read it was a genuine CE 3 and that
for the good of national security the mother and father had been relocated to
relocation zones Z21-14. Not sure whether this indicated map grid coordinates or
latitude longitude. According to the report there were at least four relocation
sites across the United States.

Depending upon which type of encounter these people had, the report indicated
that there were extensive medical facilities available at the relocation sites
to deal with all medical emergencies up to and including radiation poisoning.
The report mentioned a site located in the Utah-Nevada area, but no indication
of it’s purpose or what it was for.

Report gave clear indication of reports of human mutilations, most notably
was a case witnessed by Air Force personnel in which an Air Force Sgt. E-6 by
the name of Jonathan P. Lovette was observed being taken captive aboard what
appeared to be a UFO at the WHITE sands Missile Test Range in New Mexico. This
abduction took place in March of 1956 at about 0300 local and was witnessed by
Major William Cunningham of the United States Air Force Missile Command near
Holloman Air Force Base.

Major Cunningham and Sgt. Lovette were out in a field downrange from the
launch sites looking for debris from a missile test when Sgt. Lovette went over
the ridge of a small sand dune and was out of sight for a time. Major Cunningham
heard Sgt. Lovette scream in what was described as terror or agony. The Major,
thinking Lovette had been bitten by a snake or something ran over the crest of
the dune and saw Sgt. Lovette being dragged into what appeared to him and was
described as being a silvery disk like object which hovered in the air
approximately 15 to 20 feet.

Major Cunningham described what appeared to be a long snake-like object which
was wrapped around the sergeant’s legs and was dragging him to the craft. Major
Cunningham admittedly froze as the sergeant was dragged inside the disc and
observed the disc and observed the disc going up into the sky very quickly.
Major Cunningham got on the jeep radio and reported the incident to Missile
Control whereupon Missile Control confirmed a radar sighting. Search parties
went into the desert looking for Sgt.

Lovette. Major Cunningham’s report was taken and he was admitted to the White
Sands Base Dispensary for observation.

The search for Sgt. Lovette continues for three days at the end of which his
nude body was found approximately ten miles downrange. The body had been
mutilated;the tongue had been removed from the lower portion of the jaw. An
incision had been made just under the tip of the chin and extended all the way
back to the esophagus and larynx. He had been emasculated and his eyes had been
removed. Also, his anus had been removed and there were comments in the report
on the apparent surgical skill of the removal of these items including the
genitalia. The report commented that the anus and the genitalia had been removed
`as though a plug’ which in the case of the anus extended all the way to the
colon. There was no sign of blood within the system. The initial autopsy report
confirmed that the system had been completely drained of blood and that there
was no vascular collapse due to death by bleeding. Sub-comment was added that
this was unusual because in any body who dies of bleeding or in the case of a
complete blood loss there is always vascular collapse. Also noted was that when
the body was found there were a number of dead predatory type birds within the
area who apparently had died after trying to partake of the sergeant’s body.
There were a number of extremely grisly black and white photographs. From all
indications the body had been exposed to the elements for at least a day or two.
The New Mexico sun in the desert is extremely hot and debilitating under normal
circumstances.

In this section of the report it also indicated that there were numerous
occasions in which a ufo was tracked along side a fired missile and on one
occasion said missile was observed being taken aboard a UFO while in flight. The
speeds indicated were absolutely phenomenal. (English’s father had told him
privately that on more than one occasion he had personally tracked what they
termed as `Foo fighters’. English’s father was an electronics engineer by
profession and was fairly well versed on electronics engineering and design and
on more than one occasion he was involved in telemetry programming of missiles.
(English’s father is currently a state legislator in Arizona.)

The report also indicated that there were a number of recovery teams that
were activated specifically for the purpose of recovering any and all evidence
of UFO’s and UFO sightings. Most notably recorded in publication was what they
called Recovery Team Alpha. It was reported that Alpha had been extremely active
in a number of areas and on certain occasions had traveled outside the United
States. Alpha was based out of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and was on the
move constantly.

Further information in the report consisted of such things as reported
sightings and where Air Force planes had been destroyed or had combat encounters
or had been attacked by UFO’s. Also there were autopsy reports of various human
mutilations.

About midway through the report came a section which dealt specifically with
photographs. Each photo was labeled and appendixed to certain reports. A number
of photo’s in there dealt with a recovery program of some type that took place
in the southwestern part of the United States. They did not give a location name
but they did give grid coordinates for that area.

There is no clear indication to exactly where it was. The photos dealt with
special teams that were called in to recover a crashed UFO. It also dealt with
alien bodies and autopsy reports,autopsy type photographs, high quality, color,
8 x 10, 5 x 7.

Photo number 1 showed an alien being on an autopsy table which is a metal
table with runnels and traps underneath to trap fluid and feces. Body appeared
to be a little short of 4 feet. Table about 7 foot. No clothing on body, no
genitalia, body completely heterous, head was a rounded cranium, slightly
enlarged, eyes almond shaped, slits where nose would be, extremely small mouth,
receding chin line, holes where ears would be. Photo was taken at angle, side
view, looking at body from 45 degree elevation, left hand was visible, head was
facing to left, body was right to left (head on right, feet on left), eyes were
closed appeared to be oriental-looking and almond shaped, left hand slightly
longer than normal, wrist coming down just about 2 to 3 inches above the knees.
Wrist appeared to be articulated in a fashion that allowed a double joint with 3
digit fingers. Wrist was very slender.

There was no thumb. A palm was almost non-existent. The three fingers were
direct extension from the wrist.

Color of the skin was a bluish gray, dark bluish gray. At base of the body
there was a darker color, indicating body was dead for some time. Body fluids or
blood had settled to base of body. This indicated that body had been examined
before beginning autopsy.

Pictures showed beginning stages of autopsy, following standard procedure,
body was slit from crouch to just under chin and green viscous liquid was in
evidence. There were internal organs but these could not be identified. Photos
thereafter concerned specific areas of internal organs of what appeared as small
cluster of multi-valve heart or at least two hearts within the cadaver. No
accurate description of autopsy report or what was found with corpse
accompanying photos. Indications that there was no stomach or digestive tract
per se. Later analysis showed that fluid within the body was chloropyhyl based
liquid which apparently dealt with photosynthesis or similar process. The report
theorized that nourishment was taken in through mouth, however since there was
no digestive tract or anything of this nature, the waste products were excreted
through skin.

One section of the report did specify that cadavers were extremely odorous,
but this could be accounted for by either deterioration or a number of things,
but theory was that waste was excreted through pores of skin. They could only
theorize in report because there was no xenobiology.

A report by Dr. J. Allen Hynek was recalled vividly which indicated that he
had also studied the information provided by this particular case and that he
felt that it was indeed a genuine UFO capture and subsequently the alien was
part of UFO.

Dr. Hynek was non-committal but did however sign the report. Also indicated
in the report that he did not view the bodies personally, but viewed photographs
and accompanying reports from autopsies.

Other photos dealt with a number of bodies which were vivisectioned in
various ways. At one point, a head was removed from the body and photographed
and autopsy was performed on head.

The cranium was opened and brain matter was photographed and evident.
Interesting thing about photo was that there was a ridge bone or dividing
partition-type bone running directly through center of skull, from front to
back, as though dividing two brains, one from the other. This seemed apparent
from the picture. The skin was completely removed from the cranial structure and
the skull was layed bare as much as possible.

At one point the skull was cut directly in half and photo showed under
developed esophagus and nasal cavities. No clear photo of eye orbs as we know
them, just complete vivisection of skull itself.

Numerous photos of flesh of the being starting with cutaneous and
subcutaneous microphotographic plates. Appeared to be cellular studies done
under microscopic and electronmicroscopic type photos. Extreme magnification of
tissue samples.

This concluded Bill English’s statement which was transcribed from 2 cassette
tapes. I obtained this hand written memorandum in August of 1987 from Paul
Bennewitz during my visit with him in Albuquerque. In September of 1988 I
received a call from Bill English. I asked for a chance to meet him and discuss
the Grudge 13 report. He said that this could be arranged but that the meeting
would have to be on his terms for security reasons. He explained that there had
been several attempts on his life by persons unknown since he had made the
cassette tapes about six years ago. We arranged a meeting at a small airport in
Virginia on September 16. I was to sit in the lobby with my black flight bag and
for identification purposes I told Bill what I would be wearing.l I had no
telephone number for Bill.

As I walked into the small airport lobby after about a three hour drive from
Richmond, I immediately noticed 2 gentlemen who seemed

`out of place’ for this locale. Both were wearing pin striped 3 piece suits,
both had on dark glasses. One was a black gentleman.

One was stationed inside the lobby door looking out at the parking lot, one
was leaning up against an airline counter. I sat down and after a few minutes
was approached by a tall, bearded man in jeans and a heavy jacket. He asked if I
wanted to have a drink. We walked outside and he introduced himself as Bill
English. We drove in Bill’s car into town to a local bar. About five minutes
after we ordered and started to talk, the men I had seen at the airport came
into the bar and sat down. We left for Bill’s house and never saw the men again
for the next 2 days.

During the next two days I stayed with Bill and his wife and two children in
a small trailer in the middle of a field at his farm.

I asked him endless questions concerning the Grudge 13 document, how he
happened to see it, what happened to him after he saw it and literally thousands
of questions about the content of the document. My impression of Bill English
was that he was totally honest, that he stood behind his statements and
recollection of the Grudge 13 papers, that he was a devoted husband and father
to his wife’s 2 children. That Bill English was ready to come forward and enter
into any debate regarding the legitimacy of the document and his recollections
thereof. Of Bill`s compassion for his father and his father’s feelings
concerning Bill and the reasons for their occasional disagreements. I have
tremendous respect for Bill and what he has tried to do in getting this
information out to the public. It has been at tremendous personal risk, not to
mention the ridicule by sponsored agents such as Bill Moore, who has stated that
the Grudge 13 papers were a fraud.

What follows is additional information about the Grudge 13 papers that I
obtained from Bill during my visit. In addition to the following Bill
painstakingly drew many sketches of the photos of different types of flying
saucers, the equipment obtained from them including a sketch of the football
sized nuclear generator and sketches of the autopsy photos.

From my notes taken during our 2 day meeting: Bill described a photo taken of
3 live aliens. Very clear photos, aliens standing against a white tile wall,
looking confused as if they had been shoved, were looking in different
directions.

Report said that aliens had contacted a U.S. Intelligence Agency for initial
2 meetings, one at Holloman, one at Homestead.

U.S. Air Force relocation personnel (for persons involved in close
encounters) were referred to as `Men in Black’.

Major Cunningham was initially accused of murdering Sgt.

Jonathan P. Lovette. Charges were later dropped.

Bill English’s place of employment in England was Security Services Command,
RAF Chicksands.

Entire Grudge 13 Report was written as if report was geared toward
preparation of defenses.

Report told of ultrasonic weapons found in Germany at the end of WWII that
could shatter 4″ thick armor.

Report told of sensitive military and industrial areas at which personnel
have experienced missing time.

Report told about missing time experienced with personnel associated with
North American X-15 rocket plane project.

Report stated that there were 17 different species accounted for up to the
time of the report.

Extraterrestrials were referred to as A.L.F.’s. Alien Life forms in the
report.

Report referred to one UFO that was recovered and test flown. The UFO blew up
as the two Air Force pilots aboard attempted to leave the atmosphere. English
recalls the date as in the mid 50’s.

Report refers to flying saucer program as `Project Red Light’ and that a
secret installation had been constructed in the middle of the Atomic Energy
Commission testing ground in Nevada.

At the time of the report 11 alien cadavers were being kept at
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.

That additional alien cadavers were being stored at 4 to 5 other medical
institutions.

That 2 flying saucers of extraterrestrial origin had been tested in the wind
tunnel at langley, Va.

That at the time of the report one disc was being stored at McDill Air Force
Base, Florida.

That at the time of the report, 1 damaged disc was at Eglin Air Force Base in
Florida.

That at the time of the report that had been 2 UFO incidents at Ft. Riley,
Kansas.

That at the time of the report a detachment of the Alpha Recovery Team was
based at Randolph Air Force Base.

The report discussed civilian and military personnel who had been terminated
`to eliminate potentially dangerous elements to the national security’.

The General James Doolittle had been mentioned several times in the report
with the notation that “his (Doolittle’s) predictions might be
correct”. There was no indication of what those predictions might have
been.

A short segment containing the quotation. “By presidential order,
certain aspects of research have been undertaken”.