Keith Chester is an artist/filmmaker living in Maryland. After witnessing a daytime UFO in the mid-1960s, he became fascinated with the phenomenon. By the late 1980s, he was devoting considerable time to research on UFOs. In 1989, he was working with Leonard Stringfield on a potential UFO crash and retrieval case. It was during one of their many conversations that Stringfield recounted an incredible story of mysterious objects he witnessed during war's end on August 28, 1945. That conversation sparked the genesis of a in-depth investigation. By 1999, Chester was making weekly visits to the National Archives in College Park, Maryland. For the next four years, he was on a quest to learn more about aerial phenomena observed by military pilots and crews during the Second World War.
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