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Unknown craft over Area 51 in 1990, photographed by Gary Schultz

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Uploaded on Jan 25, 2010

Norio Hayakawa at:
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This fascinating photo was taken by my colleague, Gary Schultz (of Santa Monica) on Wednesday, February 28, 1990, ca. 9 p.m., witnessed by his wife, Pearl Schultz.
It was taken near the mailbox at the "mailbox road", near the 29 1/2 mile marker, Highway 375, Tikaboo Valley, Lincoln County, Nevada.
This spot is very close to the spot where exactly one week earlier (on Wednesday, February 21, 1990) I had brought a Nippon Television crew from Japan to try to document a test-flight of an object described to us by a Mr. Robert Lazar in an interview we had at his residence earlier in Las Vegas).
Gary Schultz took this photo from the dirt road looking due south towards the Jumbled Hills and the Groom Mountains.
He said he used a Nikon Action Touch 35 mm camera (35 mm, f 2.8 lens), exposure unascertainable, 1600 ASA Fujicolor film.
Initially when he and his wife saw the orangish light in distance he wasn't sure what it was.
Upon developing the film later he noticed a protrusion on top of the object, i.e., a dome-shaped form.

However, some researchers attribute this to a possible prototype remotely-controlled platform (UAV - unmanned aerial vehicle) tested by Lockheed or some other defense contractor at that time. The concept of a drone (remotely-controlled platform) seems to have existed for many many years. It is even speculated that the Sandia Laboratories in New Mexico may even have begun to test such concepts already in the early 1980s. So it is quite possible that already in the late 1980s, other contractors may have begun testing their prototypes.
Here is the NIPPON TV's footage:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzbRiH...
My gratitude goes to Gary Schultz who gave me permission to post his historic photo on YouTube.

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