Historical consultants to our film Charlette LeFevre and Philip Lipson – of the Northwest Museum of Legends and Lore – have released a book about the Maury Island Incident, which you can purchase online here:
Attention all investigators, UFO buffs, historians, military, JFK researchers…The Maury Island UFO Incident, the Mystery behind the Air Force’s first military plane crash is now available at Amazon.com.
This is the brand new book from the Northwest Museum of Legends and Lore by Charlette LeFevre and Philip Lipson with a contributing forward by Dr. Larry Haapanen.
Never seen before photos and new information on one of Washington states most intriguing mystery.
The Maury Island UFO Incident is a bizarre mystery case spanning several months in the summer of 1947 in the Puget Sound area of Washington State and involved the Air Force’s first military plane crash.
This new book focuses on the crash site of the B-25 Bomber, a first ever interview with a local who was first on the scene and a newly discovered news photo of the crash site, believed to be the only photo available of the historical crash. This book brings forth more photos and new information than ever before on this mystery.
The mystery occurred two weeks before Roswell and involved three facets. The first facet the story by Harold Dahl of UFOs seen over Maury Island, the second Kenneth Arnold’s sighting of UFOs over Mt. Rainier and the third, the tragic crash of a B-25 Bomber and the deaths of two military intelligence officers. As the Air Force separated from the Army August 1st 1947 this was the first crash and fatalities of the Air Force.
“When I met Charlette LeFevre and Philip Lipson in 2007, I found them to be enthusiastic researchers who were energetically pursuing and impartially sifting through the facts about the Maury Island incident. This book is the result of their efforts. It presents new evidence and new analysis, and every reader will find it intriguing and informative.”
— Larry Haapanen, Ph.D, the last UFO investigator for the Fourth Air Force.
About the Authors
The “Scully and Mulder” of the Northwest, Charlette LeFevre and Philip Lipson have been researching the Maury Island UFO case since 2001 and are the foremost researchers on this historical incident. Charlette and Phiilp have been exploring and investigating Northwest Mysteries for over twenty years. Both Charlette and Philip are Directors of the Nortthwest Museum of Legend and Lore and can be found in Seattle living with their two dogs.