The focus of further research into the Penkridge Incident currently remains very much based on Harold South's testimony and therefore continues to provide a guideline to the vicinity of the alleged crash/retrieval site.
Although has I have said before, this eye witness account may or may not not be related to Stringfield's version of events.
Current area's of interest in the coming months will be RAF Penkridge, more commonly refer ed to as Otherton Airfield and currently used by the Staffordshire Areo Club (circled on map).
The airfield was created as RAF Penkridge in 1942 during the Second World War and was the base of RAF 51 Group EFTS. The airfield, which is known by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) designation code X3PR.
The other site of interest is Pillaton Farm, currently a Caravan Site with small industrial units for rent, these area's may quite possibly throw new light onto Harold South's testimony with heavy motorway construction development going on at the time any additional activity of a unusual nature, such as a military presence in the area should really have been noted by more than a single observer.