1958, Maryland, MA2 444

    “As early as 1969 a special report, authored by Gordon Lore, Jr., classified ninety-five case studies into three categories: psychological effects, animal reactions, and physical evidence.

    Among the physiological effects, Lore quoted a witness named Deniler, whose skin peeled off his hands and feet after an encounter. Sunburns and other heat effects had been noted in a case investigated by the U.S. Air Force near Loch Raven Dam, Maryland, in 1958. Other cases of burns and paralysis abound.”

- Confrontations, p. 112-113.