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In 1992 Dr. Cornet began a five year scientific investigation into the Pine Bush AOP Phenomenon, which was brought to Media attention in 1991 by Dr. Ellen Crystall and her book, Silent Invasion. The results of that investigation are contained within these pages and on the BUFOD server in the U.K. The skeptic will undoubtedly challenge any interpretation which does not fit convention. However, something did happen to Cornet, which cannot be classified under any known human, cultural, or natural phenomenon. It was recorded in sufficient detail to indicate that someone is flying high-tech aerial objects in our atmosphere with complete disregard for national boundaries and politics.

Table of Contents for this website


  1. Westchester Wing Sightings The Hudson Valley, NY, Phenomenon.
  2. Estimate of the Situation: The Black Triangles, by Harv Howard.

Initiation Phase

  1. The Mudlogging Trailer Personal abduction experience before witnesses.
  2. Detailed transcript of regression for 1981 aduction experience.
  3. Special Agent 707 Have you ever been followed home by a Boeing 707?
  4. The Ascent This event defies all conventional logic and explanation.
  5. August mini-Flap Three AOP converged on Middletown-Goshen, NY.

Transformation Phase

  1. The Transformation Not an illusion, delusion, misidentification, or hoax.
  2. The Performance Several AOP put on performance for Sightings TV crew.
  3. Manta Ray Animated gif for The Performance.
  4. Another Performance The Manta Ray came to Red Bank, NJ.
  5. Swamp Gas For those who think they are smarter than the skeptics.

The Integration Phase

  1. The Illusion Our best pilots probably couldn't do this.
  2. The Cemetery Sighting "Oh sure!" Can airplanes do this?
  3. The Martin Story Dozens of AOP descend into hillside.
  4. The Escort Paced for 72 miles on highway - with pictures.
  5. The Snaking Manta Fly-By Pilots would lose their license for this stunt.
  6. Weird Sound A busy night at the hotspot.
  7. Light Show How good is your perception?
  8. Plasma Orbs Scientific data and analysis.
  9. The Experiment Documentation of unknown technologies.
  10. ETI Communication If here, how would ETI communicate?
  11. Jibe Not No Paul, that's not correct.
  12. The signal Was it "Good-bye" or "Hello"?
  13. It's Happening Again! The Pine Bush Phenomenon is not dead.
  14. The Laser Beam AOP Encounter Conventional technology caught in the act?
  15. The Vortex Do interdimentional portals really exist?
  16. The Passion of Bonnie A possible link between life, death, and ETs (last page).

The Extrapolation Phase

  1. Does the United States Air Force have a Cloaking Device? How much do you know?
  2. Mimicry may be the Objective of ETI Triangular and Diamond-shaped Probes
  3. The Pine Bush Boomerang Is this the famous Westchester Boomerang reported in the 1980's?

The Evolution Phase

  1. Why did Darwin avoid using the "E" word? Is evolution molded by physics?
  2. A New Cheirolepidaceous Conifer Bearing Fowers from the Early Jurassic. Angiospermy in gymnosperms? Heresy!
  3. Fossil Spores, Pollen, and Fishes from Connecticut Indicate Early Jurassic Age for Part of the Newark Group 1973. The paper that changed the geologic face of Eastern North America.
  4. Palynological Contributions to the Chronology and Stratigraphy of the Hartford Basin in Connecticut and Massachusetts 1975.
  5. The Controversy and Darwin's Abominable Mystery Why do paleobotanists believe in a Cretaceous origin of angiosperms?
  6. Lily-like Pollen in the Upper Jurassic Type Section 1992. Compares with the pollen of the Easter Lily, but it is fossilized.
  7. Sanchesia-like Pollen (Acanthaceae) in the Late Jurassic 1992. First assumption: Must be contamination, but this pollen morphotype has also been found in Upper Triassic sediments.
  8. Diverse Angiosperm-like Pollen in the Late Triassic 1989. With evidence that it evolved rapidly from polyplicate pollen like that produced today by the Closet Plant.
  9. Half Monocot - Half Dicot in the Late Triassic Monocot-like leaves, dicot-like stem anatomy, and an embryo with one fully-developed cotyledon and one small or vestigial cotyledon.
  10. Dicot-like Leaf and Flowers from the Late Triassic 1993. It can't be, right? That's what those who have invested their careers trying to prove a Cretaceous origin think.
  11. A new Triassic Gnetophyte - Key to Angiosperm Evolution? 1996. Amazing, and it lived right along side Sanmiguelia!
  12. The leaf venation and reproductive structures of a Late Triassic Angiosperm, Sanmiguelia lewisii 1986.
  13. The Reproductive Morphology and Biology of Sanmiguelia lewisii, and Its Bearing on Angiosperm Evolution in the Late Triassic 1989.

Bruce Maccabee



A Critical Analysis of the Orb Phenomenon

Table of Contents for the BUFOD website

Contributions by Volume

Volume I, UFO Activity within Orange County, New York

Volume II, The Cydonia II Report, the Face-Lift

Volume III, A Continuing History of Sightings of Triangular-shaped Craft in the Wallkill River Valley of New York State

Volume IV, The Performance

Table of Contents for the Evolution website

Vertebrate Paleontology




Evolutionists versus Creationists

Why did Darwin avoid using the "E" word?

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