These are some of the pictures they got.
Not too distinct, and I can't claim to be any great expert on photography, but the witnesses reported that the lights seemed to change shape.
He did have that recording from a retired military intelligence officer, threatening him and his family, which was certainly disturbing, and the visits from the fake reporters. Pretending to be journalists and researchers is commonplace for intelligence officers, although they aren't supposed to do that in the U.S..
Strange contacts wit the Pentagon as well, telling him that these UFOs were not theirs but that they really existed and were nothing threatening--nothing to be concerned about. It's true that they have never denied that UFOs really existed, only that they were a threat to national security. Clearly they didn't want this story publicized, and my impression is that they knew exactly what these UFOs were. My guess is that this was something being tested at the nearby base, and that it was unconventional.
Edited by TheMcGuffin, 19 June 2012 - 09:28 PM.