The book arrived. I checked the index. No location or source as in IntCat. I read the book. Then re-read it -it is quite a good book and gives a lot of background to some cases that were only mentioned in brief in FSR or BUFORA Journal. So if you can get a copy (published in 1990) I'd recommend it for some fascinating case studies.
However, even on second reading I couldn't find the report. Even Nigel thought it was in the book. So I contacted him again and he checked but could not find it -so he's checking on an article he wrote that might mention the case.
But this is a perfect example of what I wrote about yesterday: you check the original source. In this case, again, the IntCat cited original source...was not. Now if you are putting together a slap-dash potpourri then you can expect this. However, if you are pronouncing on the short-comings of investigators and researchers and cases then you need to make sure that if you are creating a data base those criticisms do not come back to bite your armchaired arse.
Yet, several Ufologists suggested that this was a "great" or "worthwhile" catalogue and reliable. And they cite the catalogue -online and in print.
I just hope the more expensive books do contain the reports claimed!