"Where There's Foo, There's Fire"
"Notary sojac," "scramgravy ain't wavy," and "where there's foo, there's fire" where quirky little sayings thrown into cartoons written by Bill Holman, a famous cartoonist that did Smoky Stover for the Chicago Tribune. Holman wrote the comic from 1935 until he retired in 1973. "Where there's foo, there's fire" was Smoky Stover's catchphrase.
Bill Holman Self Portrait
On November 27, 1944, Smoky Stover was in Don Meiers back pocket during a debriefing about a red ball that chased him and Ed Schleuter of the 415th Night Fighter Squadron while doing high-speed maneuvers. Fritz Ringwald, the unit's S-2 Intelligence Officer, reported that Don pulled the cartoon out of his pocket and slammed it on the desk exclaiming that "... it was another one of those foo fighters!"
We speculated that Foo Fighters were secret Nazi weapons, but they never exhibited threatening behavior and were also reported by German and Japanese pilots.
Great Balls Of Fire
Described as being orange, red or white fiery or glowing round objects, foo fighters displayed extraordinary flight capabilities far ahead of ours. The unexplained aerial phenomenon known as ball lightning has shown the same qualities when observed. Some well-known ufologists, people who study unidentified flying objects, are convinced that foo fighters were ball lighting, but in several cases, foo fighters followed some airmen no matter how hard they tried to lose them.
A foo fighter followed a Lancaster bomber "going through the gate" while it tried to lose it. "Going through the gate" is pilot jargon for pushing an airplane to the point of burning the engine up.
"Like me, Leslie Kean is an agnostic on the issue of UFOs. Her book is a fine piece of journalism--not about beliefs, but about facts. Kean presents the most accurate, most credible reports on UFOs you will ever find. She has fought long and hard to discover the facts and let the chips fall where they may. she may not have the final smoking gun, but I smell the gunpowder" -Miles O'Brien, science correspondent for the PBS NewsHour
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The Other Worldly Explanation
The fact that they are under intelligent control and able to show maneuvers that are still in the distant future for us, leaves us with one logical explanation, aliens.