l According to various sources, a large craft of several hundred feet diameter crash landed in the area, clipping the top of a hillside and leaving a gouge in the valley floor before coming to rest. The craft was so large that recovery and transportation was considered impossible at that time.
l After 20 years of research and study new evidence suggests this event did take place. (see photos, etc. below) And the location is to this day considered 'important' by numerous military sources. It was also a location considered for the MX missile site, and has UN interests as well.
l One thing that should be pointed out is that DRES is no longer an active research station, at
least according to the roster of the Department of Agriculture. It is also a designated United Nations Biosphere. SJ
l The Desert Research Experimental Station or (Research Range)
was established in 1953 by President Herbert Hoover as an agricultural range experiment station which covers 87 square miles. In 1933, the Civilian Convervation Corps, or CCC, built the DRES facility.
l There are also reports that some of the ET's survived the crash and have taken refuge in the area, where there have been numerous sightings of ET's on the ground. This incident appears to be related to the Kingman crash on the same date. This investigation is ongoing. CSETI
l WESTERN UTAH Reports indicate that ET's survived the crash, taking refuge in the nearby woods and is related to the Kingman Crash (Cseti) Update:12-04-02
l A presentation was to be released at the 1st UFO Crash Conference 2003 but was put on hold.