The Blue Streak Missile launch incident in Woomera, Australia took place on 25 May 1964.
What is significant about this launch is, it was aborted because of mysterious unidentified large figures wearing white seen walking around the launch pad, which bore a striking resemblance to the captured Solway Firth Spaceman. At the time this incident took place, the engineers who worked on the launch had no idea about the Solway Firth Spaceman incident which took place the day before on the 24 May.
The unidentified figures weren’t the engineers, who also are wearing white as seen in the image here as they had already cleared the area just before launch. It wasn’t until the day after the aborted launch that an engineer saw the picture in the newspaper about the Solway Firth Spaceman that they looked remarkable similar to what they saw on the launch pad.
Your probably thinking nothing unusual about this, but here is the connection. The Blue Streak Missile was a British medium range ballistic missile projected that was intended to maintain an independent British nuclear deterrent, replacing the V Bomber fleet which would become obsolete by 1965. The link is that the Blue Streak Missile was assembled at RAF Spadeadam base, which is about 25-30 miles from Solway Firth.
Jim Templeton reported that a technician from the Blue Streak missile project in Australia contacted him to tell him they had spotted similar looking figures walking around the launch pad area. Jim Templeton later found out that the missile was assembled at the nearby RAF base at Spadeadam.
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