If Hare's story is plausible, or even merely of indeterminate plausibility, a similar story from another source could be similar because it is based on independent use of original material that also led to Hare's story, and it becomes evidence for independent corroboration. This would be important and significant.
But if Hare's story is at its heart based on impossible physics, optics, or history, then there IS no 'original material' behind it, no idependent way that another person could have obtained the same story by other means. The only source of a Hare-brained-like story is Hare's own brain. And any variations on it are merely elaborations or garbles by the person who came up with the second story, a person self-described as spending a lot of time during that research being high on drugs.
Hence my interest in establishing that Hare's description of having seen a single photograph showing a 'white circle' of a scale small enough that trees were also discernable together with their own shadows, cannot have happened because photos of that sharp resolution never existed in NASA archives of that period for the purpose explicitly claimed by Hare, commercial releasse to the public.
If they had, you'd be able to find examples. And after a decade of search by many originally hopeful pro-UFO investigators, none have ever been found.
By demolishing the existence of any authentic Hare source for her story, you demolish the credibility of anyone claiming to have ALSO found such a source.