It's been two weeks since Fuller killed himself. Allen hasn't been sleeping and has been increasingly agitated, continually snapping at Mimi in not telling her anything about Blue Book including what happened to Fuller, in his guilt over what part he may have played in Fuller's death, that guilt which is only exacerbated by having watched him not flinch at all while he burned. The next reported sighting of something strange in the skies takes Allen and Quinn to White Forest Missile Testing Range in Nevada. Something inexplicable had set the countdown to a missile launch which would have killed all personnel on the range, and just as sudden the countdown stopped just seconds before the launch was to occur, followed by what were coined green fireballs shooting across the sky. Officially Allen wants to explain the green fireballs away as pure meteors, hiding his true beliefs. Allen has gained approval to set-up a motion sensor camera at the range in hopes of filming the green fireballs ...
Did You Know?
The Green lights were sighted over Los Alamos Military Base, NM which is where White Sands Missle Range is located and the site of the first atomic blast at the Trinity Site by the US scientists in 1944-45. See more
In the scene with the nuclear siren scare, the two soldiers in the weapons carrier vehicle attempt to radio for help. Although it's the early 1950s, they are seen using a modern, current issue US Army handset, not in existence until decades after the show takes place. See more