Kean thinks that a UFO connection of the extra-Earth type "is a possibility that has to be considered. It can't be ruled out," she said.
Other potentials, Kean added, "include a very secret U.S. project or another nation's hardware. But both of these explanations are unlikely."
Kean's research indicates that it appears doubtful that the object in question was either Russian or from any other country on our planet — backed up by NASA orbital debris elucidation. Also, data from the U.S. Space Command and the Russian Space Agency fortifies the fact that whatever came down that day was not a Russian satellite or space probe, she stated.
"So I would rule that out, and say it's either a UFO or a secret American device of some sort," Kean said. "If it was our own," she added, "why couldn't they tell us about this 40 years later?"
Therefore, that's why the UFO possibility "has to be kept in the running, as hard as it may be to accept," Kean said. "Possibly it was some kind of secretive U.S. government project ... or program ... or the testing of something. Maybe it was highly radioactive so they don't want anybody to know about it."http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,576891,00.html (Archiv-Version vom 21.02.2013)
Die Frage bleibt unbeantwortet ,warum man es für besser hält ,es vierzig Jahre später nicht öffentlich zu machen. Und wenn es eine derartige Geheimhaltung gibt ,dann glaube ich such der Witwe von Mutphy ,dass Fotos konsfoziert wurden. Auch dieser "Autounfall" steht dann durchaus zu Diskussion.
Wir können also nur festhalten ,irgendetwas hochgeheimes "crashed in the woods" ,was besser heute auch noch geheim bleibt,aus welchen Gründen auch immer. Ein ungeklärter Fall ,der die Frage offen lässt.