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CHAPTER-17-18

Auburn, New York. We checked the observation posts around Everett and 

found that nothing was seen. We also checked Binghamton and Elmira, with 

a negative report. Since the object was on a southerly heading, when 

spotted near Auburn, we can only assume that it went down in the area 

between Everett and Auburn, and Binghamton and Elmira." 

 

Nolan gave a long low whistle. "Not one of ours, huh?" 

 

"No." 

 

"Canadian?" 

 

"Not at that speed." 

 

"That leaves the big one, then. Russian?" 

 

Cartwell shrugged. "Could be. If it is, we want the wreckage. No matter 

what it is, or whose it is, we are very interested in any aircraft that 

travels at speeds of fifteen to nineteen thousand miles per hour." 

 

Nolan whistled again. "That's rolling," he grinned. 

 

"Yeah," mused Sam Morgan, "and we'd kind of like to know what makes it 

roll like that." 

 

"Okay. Let's go into a huddle," Nolan said. "But I can tell you this. If 

the thing went down in north central Pennsylvania, it's in some pretty 

rugged country." 

 

"Great," Cartwell snarled. 

 


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