By Richard F. Haines, Ph.D., 1985
One of the cases Haines focuses on is the 24 March 1952 B-29 radar case.
The B-29 flew 60 miles west of Point Conception, California, when the UFO was painted on the radar screen.
The radar return (calculated to be moving at about 3,000 mph) was viewed by a U.S. Air Force B-29 navigator and a radar operator, according to Haines.
Dr. Richard F. Haines, former NASA Senior Research Scientist, NARCAP Chief Scientist and UFO Researcher (gstatic.com photo)