JOHN KEEL NOT AN AUTHORITY ON ANYTHING

September 17, 2017

Special Cases – The Long Island File (55): Frank Davis Is in Trouble

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John’s record continues… Jaye Paro reports on her last broadcast from the Burning Embers restaurant. Frank Davis, an Air Force lieutenant who had once questioned her, and who occasionally showed up at her shows, is taken off by two men in a “large, expensive car.” Jaye says that she had received a letter in red pencil; John notes that she never saw Apol’s red penciled letters, although all of Apol’s correspondence came through her. Jaye also found a Gideon Bible with her initials in it, just as John had found his name in one. She also asks about Mt. Echo, WV; the town does exist, although I don’t know what was going on there then.

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  1. I honestly would think if somebody was in a restaurant in which a radio show was taking place and seemingly was accosted and kidnapped it might have gotten some attention.

    Comment by J.P. — September 17, 2017 @ 8:51 pm

  2. Interesting. The 1971 June 19 Tucson Daily Citizen did an article on Jaye Paro and a group trying to send food to Indians. The article said Miss Paro was from Dublin California. That she had family in that area, here it mentions San Jose, makes that make sense now.

    Comment by Tim — September 18, 2017 @ 9:01 pm

  3. Mt Echo W Virginia is a community she and her family would have driven through on the I-70 to get to Springfield Ohio (about 3 hours west) on their trip from Long Island to California.

    Comment by Tim — September 18, 2017 @ 9:17 pm

  4. […] the Hills’ experience is recounted fairly and Kathleen’s sensible points are noted. In Special Cases–The Long Island File (55): Frank Davis is in Trouble John Keel’s friend and intermediary with the aliens Jaye Paro is off to California, but not […]

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  6. In Mothman Prophecies, John Keel described a woman driving up to Ivan Sanderson’s in New Jersey to spend a weekend to read over his large collection of UFO material. She was, according to Keel, driving up from Washington, D.C., and was working with the Air Force and the University of Colorado. The story goes that she was followed by a stranger in a panel truck who tinkered underneath her car at a stop – I think a couple of stops, claiming it appeared one of her tires or something didn’t look right to him. Later when she arrived at Ivan’s, she was upset by the incident, and Ivan looked underneath her vehicle and found three lumps of putty, in a triangle, under the engine. Keel was called and spoke with the woman. The police were called. I was wondering if there were notes left on this case, and if this was Lynn E. Catoe who was the woman who wrote the bibliography on UFOs for the Air Force, that was supplied to the Condon project, and of course she worked out of D.C., and Keel and her were acquainted. I may be wrong, but I suspect this was her. An interesting incident.

    Comment by Brent Raynes — November 23, 2017 @ 4:38 pm

  7. Brent — Yes, that was Lynn Catoe, who was dating John around that time. It happened in Oct. ’67; John calls it the Casey Truck incident, and mentions it later in the notes. (I responded to this on another thread; sorry you didn’t see it!)

    Comment by Doug — November 23, 2017 @ 6:02 pm

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