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Norman Muscarello Recalls His UFO Incident at Exeter

 
Incident at Exeter Interview  (Continued)

EXETER STUDENT:
You don't feel at all ripped off?

MUSCARELLO:
He told me, he made a bundle.

EXETER STUDENT:
He didn't offer to send any along?

MUSCARELLO: 
No. This story ended up in Look magazine, which is out of print now.

EXETER STUDENT:
. . and Reader's Digest and True (Magazine).

MUSCARELLO:
He knew what he was doing. This book (The Incident at Exeter) has been copyrighted twice by two publishing companies.

EXETER STUDENT: 
What do you do now?

MUSCARELLO:
I work out of Bradford, Massachusetts.

EXETER STUDENT:
Did you have any say over what Mr. Fuller put in the book?

MUSCARELLO:
We had, actually, two interviews -- one at the house which was kind of erratic. That first morning at daybreak rolled around, by 7:30 or 8:00 my mother's kitchen was full of all kinds of people she'd never seen before. One being, a Major Kehoe from Pease Air Force Base and his sergeant. And handcuffed to the sergeant's arm was an attaché case, which I thought was a little strange. But come to find out, before it was released to the public, this was the Air Force Blue Book. Major Kehoe raised holy hell with me in the living room, telling me to "Shut up, don't say anything, don't sign anything." He told me, "Have you signed up for the Navy yet?" And I said, "No, I haven't." He said, "Well, if you had, I'd haul you right down to the base right now." You see, then I'd be military property. But I actually didn't get sworn in (to the Navy) until October 4 which was an entire month away - and then I went to Great Lakes.

CONTINUE: NORMAN MUSCARELLO

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