July 2020: Correcting something I wrote in 2016 about the 1941 UFO crash tale
Updated: 6 days ago
I wish to take the time to correct a statement I made in both of my 2016 books on the 1941 UFO crash near my hometown of Cape Girardeau, Missouri. That I believed that the ET crash-landing took place on Saturday, April 12th, 1941. I no longer believe that to be the right dating. Mea culpa! I think now it was simply "late April, 1941."
Plus, I don't know how such a fabrication got started, but I NEVER said or wrote that Reverend William Guy Huffman - the UFO crash aftermath eyewitness - was a drinker. He was NOT. He was a fine man, highly respected, and I put THAT in my original 2016 books and I repeat it here. It is not accurate to say that I wrote or said otherwise. I have thought all along very highly of Reverend Huffman and his family. Otherwise, I encourage everyone to read my books; explore on your own the MO41 affair; and think for yourselves about its merits. You can find my books at the Argus Publishing website - which is currently being re-tooled - and on Amazon.com.
Check out data on the "MO41" incident within my Facebook page entitled "Cape Girardeau's 1941 UFO Crash, America's First." or @www.MO41BombshellBeforeRoswell
Thanks- - - PAUL BLAKE SMITH, 7/3/20.