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The Project Bluebook Unknowns, Page 2

      Nov. 13, 1952; Glasgow, Montana.  2:43 a.m.  Witness:  U.S.
      Weather Bureau observer Earl Oksendahl. Five oval-shaped
      objects, with lights all around them, flew in a V-formation for
      about 20 seconds.  Each object seemed to be changing position
      vertically by climbing or diving as if to hold formation.
      Formation came from the northwest, made a 90* overhead, and flew
      away to the southwest.

      Nov. 15, 1952; Wichita, Kansas.  7:02 a.m.  Witnesses:  USAF Maj.
      R.L. Wallander, Capt. Belleman, A/3c Phipps. One orange object
      (a blue streak?) varied in shape, as it made jerky upward sweeps
      with 10-15 second pauses during a 3-5 minute sighting.

      Nov. 24, 1952; Annandale, Virginia.  6:30 p.m.  Witness:  L.L'
      Brettner. One round, glowing object flew very fast, made right
      angle turns and reversed course during a 1 hour sighting.

      Nov. 27, 1952; Albuquerque, New Mexico. 12:10 p.m. Witnesses:
      pilot and crew chief of UAAF B-26 bomber. A series of black
      smoke bursts (4-3-3-4-3), similar to antiaircraft fire, was seen
      over a 20 minute period.C. 12:30 a.m. Witnesses:  radar

      Nov. 30, 1952; Washington, D.C. l
      operators at Washington National Airport. Radar trackings
      similar to those of July 26, 1952.

      Dec. 8, 1952; Ladd AFB, Alaska.  8:16 p.m.  Witnesses:  pilot lst
      Lt. D. Dickman and radar operator lst Lt. T. Davies in USAF F-94
      jet interceptor (s/n 49-2522).  One white, oval light which
      changed to red at higher altitude, flew straight and level for 2
      minutes, then climbed at phenomenal speed on an erratic flight
      path.  Sighting lasted 10 minutes.

      Dec. 9, 1952; Madison, Wisconsin.  5:45 p.m.  Witnesses:  Capt.
      Bridges and lst Lt. Johneon in USAF T-33 jet trainer. Four
      bright lights, in diamond formation, flew at 400 m.p.h.  and were
      passed by the T-33 at 450 m.p.h. during the 10 minute sighting.

      Dec. 28, 1952; Marysville, California.  Case missing from
      official files.

      Jan. 1, 1953; Craig, Montana. 8:45 p.m.  Witnesses:  Warner
      Anderson and two women. A silver, saucer-shaped object with a
      red glowing bottom, flew low over a river and then climbed fast
      in a horizontal attitude.  Ten second sighting.

      Jan. 8, 1953; Larson AFB, Washington.  7:15 a.m.  Witnesses:  men
      from the 82nd Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, including the
      squadron commander; all were on the ground.  One green, disc-
      shaped or round object flew southwest for 15 minutes, with a
      vertically bobbing motion and sideways movements, below clouds.

      Jan. 10, 1953; Sonoma, California.  3:45 p.m.  or 4 p.m.
      Witnesses:  retired Col. Robert McNab, and Mr. Hunter of the
      Federal Security Agency. One flat object, like a pinhead, made
      three 360* right turns in 9 seconds, made abrupt 90* turns to the
      right and left, stopped, accelerated to original speed and
      finally flew out of sight vertically after 60-75 seconds.

      Jan. 17, 1953; near Guatemala City, Guatemala. 3:55 p.m.
      Witness:  geologist/salesman J.J. Sackett. One brilliant
      green-gold object, shaped like the Goodyear blimp with its length
      twice its height, flew 400 m.p.h.  straight and level, stopped,
      then went straight up with one stop.  Sighting lasted 22 seconds.

      Jan. 28, 1953; Pt. Mugu, California.  1 p.m.  Witness:  R.W.
      Love, owner of Love Diving Co., engaged in retrieving radio-
      controlled drones.  An 18-20' white, flat disc flew straight and
      level, overhead, for 6 minutes.

      Jan. 28, 1953; Corona, California.  6:05 p.m.  Witness:  USAF
      T/Sgt. George Beyer. Five 25' green spheres flew in V-formation,
      then changed to trail formation at which time the end objects
      turned red.  Sighting lasted 12 minutes.

      Jan. 28, 1953; Albany, Georgia. No time given. Witnesses:
      radar maintenance personnel.  Radar tracked one stationary target
      for 20 minutes.  A visual sighting about the same time was
      explained.  No further information in the files.

      Feb. 3, 1953; Keflavik, Iceland.  5:25 p.m.  Witnesses:  radar
      operators.  Four unidentified targets were tracked for 24
      minutes.  No further data.

      Feb. 4, 1953; Yuma, Arizona. 1:50 p.m.  Witness:  U.S. Weather
      Bureau observer Stanley Brown, using a theodolite.  One white,
      oblong object was tracked flying straight up, leveling off and
      being joined by a second, similar, object.  The second twice flew
      away and returned to the first.  After 5 minutes, both were lost
      to sight behind clouds.

      Feb. 17, 1953; Port Austin. Michigan. 10:04 p.m. Witnesses:
      two officers and three airmen of USAF AC&W squadron, visually and
      by radar.  Visual object appeared to larger and brighter than a
      star and changed color; it was seen to move slowly for 5 minutes
      until 10:09 p.m.  Radar picked up a target at 10:08 p.m.  moving
      in a similar direction for 17 minutes, at similar speed.

      Feb. 20, 1953; Pittsburg-Stockton, California. #1 time unknown;
      #2, 10:30 p.m.  Witnesses:  USAF B-25 bomber pilots. #1 was a
      bright yellow light seen for 8 minutes.  #2 was a bright light
      which flew on a collision course, dimmed and climbed away fast.

      Feb. 24, 1953; Sherman, Texas. 7:43 p.m.  Witnesses:  Warrant
      Officer and Mrs. Alden. Two bright red, round objects with big
      halos flew in small circles, climbed and faded during a 3-7
      second sighting.

      Feb. 27, 1953; Shreveport, Louisiana.  11:58 a.m.  Witness:  USAF
      airman/private pilot.  Five yellow discs made circular turns,
      fluttered, three of them vanished, the other two flew erratic
      square turns for a total of 4 minutes.

      March 11, 1953; Hackettstown, New Jersey. 4 a.m. Witness:  Mrs.
      Nina Cook, an experienced private pilot and wife of a Pan Am
      flight engineer.  A large light, blinking at 10-15 times per
      minute, moved up and down along a mountain range.

      March 14, 1953; north of Hiroshima, Japan. 11:45 p.m.
      Witnesses:  radar and visual observation by 10 crew members of
      U.S. Navy P2V-5 patrol plane. Groups of 5-10 colored lights,
      totalling 90-100, slowly moved aft off the left side of the
      airplane, as detected visually and by airborne radar for 5

      March 21, 1953; Elmira, New York. 3:05 p.m. Witness:  Ground
      Observer Corps observation post.  Six discs in a group flew high
      and fast for a few seconds.

      March 25, 1953; San Antonio, Texas. 3:05 p.m. Witnesses:  USAF
      Capt. and Mrs. D.E. Cox. Several lights, some of which moved
      straight, others which made 360^ turns for 1.5 hours.

      March 27, 1953; Mt. Taylor, New Mexico. 7:25 p.m. Witness:
      pilot of USAF F-86 jet fighter at 600 kts.  (700 m.p.h.).  One
      bright orange circle flew at 800 kts.  (900 m.p.h.), and executed
      three fast rolls.  Pilot chased object for 4 minutes.

      March 29, 1953; Spooner, Wisconsin.  3:45 p.m.  Witness:  L.C.
      Gillette. One aluminum, circular object flew high and fast,
      twice reversing its course.  Note:  Mr. Gillette saw a similar
      object in 1938.  Fifteen second sighting.

      April 8, 1953; Fukuoka, Japan. 7:55 p.m.  Witness:  lst Lt. D.J.
      Pichon, pilot of USAF F-94B jet interceptor.  One bright blue
      light descended, accelerated, flew parallel to the F-94,
      increased its speed and blinked out after 45 seconds.

      April 15, 1953; Tucson, Arizona.  5:45 p.m.  Witness:  S/Sgt.
      V.A. Locey. Three orange lights were seen for:  3 minutes, 30
      seconds, and a few seconds.

      May 1, 1953; Goose AFB, Labrador, Canada. 11:35 p.m. Witnesses:
      pilot and radar operator of USAF F-94 jet interceptor, and
      control tower operator.  One white light evaded interception
      attempt by F-94 during 30 minute sighting.

      May 27, 1953; San Antonio, Texas.  8:30 p.m.  Witnesses:  many
      unidentified civilians, including Jacobson. Nine separate
      meandering lights were seen during 15 minute sighting.

      June 21, 1953; Naha, Okinawa. 7 p.m.  Witnesses:  Nine Japanese
      and Okinawan weather observers. One unidentified light moved
      slowly for 20 minutes.  No further data in files.

      June 22, 1953; Goose AFB, Labrador, Canada. Z:lO a.m.
      Witnesses:  pilot and radar operator of USAF F-94 jet
      interceptor.  One red light, flying at an estimated 1,000 kts.
      (1,100 m.p.h.) eluded the chasing F-94 after 5 minutes.

      June 24, 1953; Iwo Jima, Bonin Islands. 11:30 p.m. Witnesses:
      crew of USAF KB-29 aerial tanker plane.  Radar tracked an
      unidentified target which twice approached to within .5 miles of
      the airplane, and once to within 6 miles, during a 2 minute

      June 24, 1953; Simiutak, Greenland.  11:30 a.m.  Witness:
      weather observer A/2c R.A. Hill.  One red triangle hovered and
      rotated for 15 seconds, then climbed for 5 minutes.

      Aug. 3, 1953; Amarillo, Texas. 12:04 p.m.  Witness:  Airport
      control tower chief C.S. Brown. One round and reflective or
      translucent object flew straight, stopped for 7 seconds, sped
      along, stopped again, was joined by a similar object and they
      flew off in different directions, after a total of 56 minutes.

      Aug. 20, 1953; near Castle AFB, California. 9:05 p.m.
      Witnesses:  crew of TB-29 bomber/trainer plane.  One greyish oval
      object made four passes at the airplane (three times at 10-20
      miles distance), then dived vertically as if two objects.

      Aug. 27, 1953; Greenville, Mississippi.  9:45 p.m.  Witnesses:
      USAF pilot, M/Sgt., others, all on the ground.  One meandering
      light was observed for 50 minutes.  No further details in file.

      Sept. 2, 1953; Sidi Slimane AFB, French Morocco. 9:14 p.m.
      Witnesses:  Lt. Col. William Moore and lst Lt. J.H. McInnis,
     Dec. 24, 1953; El Cajon, California.  8:04 a.m.  Witnesses:  U.S.
     Navy Lts. J.B. Howard and L.D. Linhard, flying F9F-2 jet
     fighters.  Ten silver, oval objects flew at more than 400 kts.
     (450 m.p.h.), straight and level, for 5 minutes.

     Dec. 28, 1953; Marysville, California.  11:55 a.m.  Witness:
     Yuba County Airport Manager Dick Brandt. One saucer, with a
     brilliant blue light, reflecting on a nearby building, hovered
     briefly during the 1.5 minute observation.
     Jan. 28, 1954; Rangeley, Maine. 110-10:15 a.m.  Witness:  Wilhelm
     Reich. Two bright lights moved into valley, and were seen
     against the mountain background, for 15 minutes.

     Feb. 26, 1954; Newburyport, Massachusetts. 2:30 p.m. Witnesses:
     architect R.M. Pierce, marine engineer George Avery and one other
     person.  One silver disc, with a white trail, made a loud roar
     for 30-60 seconds.

      March 2, 1954; vicinity of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 10 p.m.
      Witness:  research engineer R.C. Swengel. Three objects, each
      with two lights, flew straight and level at medium speed for an
      unknown length of time.

      March 5, 1954; Nouasseur, French Morocco. 8 p.m. Witnesses:
      crews of USAF KC-97 aerial tanker planes.  One object or light
      made passes at KC-97s, the other flew straight and level.
      Sighting duration unknown.

      March 12, 1954; Nouasseur, French Morocco. 9:35 a.m. Witness:
      USAF lst Lt. Robert Johnson, flying an F-86 jet fighter. He
      chased an object at more than 530 m.p.h.  for 30 seconds, but was
      unable to catch it.  It appeared to be the size of a fighter
      plane but had neither tanks nor trails.

      April 8, 1954; Chicago, Illinois.  4:30 p.m.  Witness:  Lelah
      Stoker. One white round-topped disc, with a humanoid suspended
      beneath it, skimmed over the water, landed, and an occupant in a
      green suit walked around.  It then took off very, very fast.
      Sighting lasted 30 minutes.

      April 23, 1954; Pittsfield, Maine. 9:30 a.m. Witnesses:  Mr.
      and Mrs. F.E. Robinson. One silver dollar-shaped object with a
      dome and a flashing light made a sound like a swarm of bees.  It
      hovered and tilted, flew horizontally, then rose vertically
      without tilting.  Stones underneath it moved.  Four minute

      April 24, 1954; Hartland, Maine.  6:10 p.m.  Witness:  D.
      Robinson. One large, silver, oblong object with a dome and a
      flashing light flew straight and level and then straight up.
      Total of 15 minutes under observation.

      April 26, 1954; Athens, Georgia.  7:35 p.m.  Witnesses:  C.
      Cartey, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hopkins and their daughter.  Fifteen to
      twenty yellow objects in a V-formation, flew from south to north
      for 10 seconds.

      May 10, 1954; Elsinore, California.  12:40 p.m.  Witness:  U.S.
      Marine Corps Squadron Leader D.R. Higgin, flying an F3D-2 jet
      fighter.  One dark gunmetal delta-shaped object, 22' long and 10'
      wide, with a fin on the top, descended at a 25-30' angle under
      the lead airplane of a formation, and over the airplane of
      Higgin. Sighting lasted a few seconds.

      May 11, 1954; Washington, D.C. 10:45 p.m. Witnesses:  three
      USAF.air policemen at Washington National Airport. Two bright
      lights were seen on three occasions to fly straight and level,
      make 90* turns and fade.  Each sighting lasted about 45 seconds.

      May 22, 1954; LaPorte, Indiana.  9:15 p.m.  Witnesses:  highway
      engineer R.W. Dring, engineer Geert Tibma. One bright light made
      a shallow climb for 45 seconds.

      May 31, 1954; Concord, New Hampshire.  10:15 a.m.  Witness:  Mrs.
      L.K. Stevens. One very white, elongated object flew very, very
      fast, and then blinked out after 8-10 seconds.

      June 1, 1954; from 400 miles south to Minneapolis, Minnesota.
      9 p.m.  Witnesses:  crew of USAF B-47 jet bomber at 34,000'
      altitude.  One object with running lights flew at 24-44,000'
      altitude for 1 hour.

      June 8, 1954; Texarkana, Texas.  1 a.m.  or 2:30 a.m.  (file not
      clear).  Witness:  L.T. Prewitt, employee of Red River Arsenal.
      One golden yellow light flew over his house, making a "shhh" or
      buzzing sound for 2 minutes.  9:09 p.m.  Witness:  USAF pilot

      June 10, 1954; Estacado, Texas.  9:09 p.m. Witness: USAF pilot
      Capt. Bill McDonald, in flight. One white light descended at
      45^ from great altitude, passed under his aircraft, made two
      360' turns and went out after 30 seconds.

      June 22, 1954; Miami Beach, Florida. 9 p.m. Witnesses: U.S.
      Marine Corps Maj. E. Buchser and Maj. J.V. Wilkins. One meteor-
      like object descended, stopped, and became extremely bright.
      Sighting lasted 7 minutes.

      June 24, 1954; Danvers, Massachusetts.  12:45 p.m.  Witness:
      R.B. Tomer, director of commercial engineering for CBS-Hytron.
      One white, elliptical-shaped object covered 45^ of sky in 30

      June 25, 1954; Indian Lake, Ohio. 5:05 p.m. Witnesses:
      experienced private pilot John Mark, flying Navion lightplane;
      radar at Dayton, Ohio airport, tracked very fast target at same
      location.  One silver or aluminum round object with a flat
      bottom, raised front edge, inverted cone on top, and a diameter
      of about 60'.  Flew horizontally, hovered, made a high-G pull up
      and then a steep climb into an overcast.  Sighting lasted 3-5

      July 18,     ; Normandy, Missouri.  8:40 p.m.  Witness:  A.T.
      Chamblin. One greenish-white disc was seen for 30 minutes.

      July 25, 1954; Middle Sister Island, on U.S.-Canadian border in
      western Lake Erie. 7:12 p.m. Witness:  attorney L.B. Tussing.
      One black cylinder, 12 times long as wide, moved fast along the
      surface of the lake.

      July 30, 1954; Los Angeles, California. 10:15 a.m. Witness:
      Hughes Aircraft test pilots Englert and Peterson, flying a B-25
      bomber.  One metallic, pencil-shaped object flew slowly or
      hovered for an unstated length of time.

      Aug. 2, 1954; Westlake, Ohio. 5:17 p.m.  Witness:  ex-AAF B-17
      gunner (19 missions) N.E. Schroeder.  One thin, bright ellipse,
      like polished metal, hovered for 5-8 seconds, dropped down 3,000'
      in 3 seconds, hovered again and faded out after a total of 20
      seconds in view.

      Aug' 6, 1954; San Antonio, Texas.  6 p.m.  Witness:  mechanical
      engineer L.H. Hormer. One intensely white elliptical light
      changed to yellow, then orange, then pink, four or five times
      while flying straight and level for 5 minutes.

      Aug. 11, 1954; Yoron Jima, near Okinawa. 8:55 p.m. Witness:
      P.L. Percharde, electrical engineer and assistant manager of
      Moeller Shipwrecker Co., of Okinawa. A line of blue lights,
      underneath.  a blue circle with a black center.  Flew over ship
      and climbed, illuminating and agitating the clouds.

      Aug. 15, 1954; San Marcos, Texas.  10:20 p.m.  Witnesses:  USAF
      Maj. W.J. Davis, Capt. R.D. Sauers, flying a C-47 transport
      plane.  One dark blue oblong object paced the C-47, veered away,
      then crossed in front of it.  Five minute sighting.

      Aug. 24, 1954; Egilstadir, Iceland.  8:30 p.m.  Witness:  one
      unnamed farmer.  A cylinder, 2-2.5' long, 4-5' in diameter, made
      a loud whizzing sound, flew straight and level fast, then slow,
      then fell into sandbar.

      Aug. 26, 1954; Danville, Virginia.  6:15 a.m.  Witness:  Rev.
      W.L. Shelton. Two domed ellipses, 20' long, 8' thick, 10' at
      ends; glowing silver or orange.  Hovered, then climbed side-by-
       side while getting brighter.  Observed for 2 minutes.

       Aug. 27, 1954; Dorchester, Massachusetts.  1 p.m.  Witness:  E.A.
       Srazdes. Seven large, white, teardrop-shaped objects turned
       blue.  Flew in line formation and increased speed during the 2
       minute sighting.

       Aug. 29, 1954; Prince Christian, Greenland. 11:05 a.m.
       Witnesses:  lst Officer H.G. Gardner, engineer J.V.D. Whitisy,
       flying Royal Dutch Airlines DC-4 (PH-DBZ). Three or four dark,
       lens-shaped objects veered north and changed position in
       formation during the 10 minute sighting.

       Sept. 4, 1954; Butler, Missouri.  3 a.m.  Witness:  J.
       Faltemeier, CAA communications specialist.  Twenty-thirty lights,
       as if on a string, flew straight and level for 1.5 minutes.

       Sept. 5, 1954; Butler, Missouri.  12:23 a.m.  Witness:  J.
       Faltemeier, CAA communications specialist.  One silver or white
       object with a slightly swept-back leading edge and a following
       exhaust, flew straight and level, then veered southwest to south
       after 30 seconds.

       Sept. 18, 1954; Kimpo Air Base, Japan. 5:55 a.m. Witnesses:
       two control tower operators, a weather forecaster and a weather
       observer.  One round object, like polished aluminum, flew
       straight and level for 11-13 minutes.

       Sept. 21, 1954; Barstow, California.  1 a.m.  Witnesses:  two
       local policemen, four U.S. Marine Corps police, one highway
       patrolman.  One red-orange ball giving off sparks, and a smaller
       light, made a zigzag descent and then hovered.  Total of 20

       Sept. 21, 1954; Santa Maria, Azores Islands. 9:45 p.m. Witness:
       airport guard.  One 10'x5' light metallic blue, pecan-shaped
       object with a clear glass or plastic nose having a door, and with
       poles or aerials on the nose.  Humming or whining, it hovered,
       landed vertically, 50' away.  A blond man, 5' 10" tall appeared,
       spoke in a strange language, patted the guard on the shoulder,
       got in the object, hooked up his harness, pushed a button, took
       off with the object's nose pointed up, then levelled off and
       climbed vertically.  Sighting lasted 2-3 minutes.

       Sept. 22, 1954; Marshfield, Missouri. 9 a.m. Witnesses:
       private pilot J.N. Williams, E.J. Ash. A thin, translucent tan
       asymmetrical boomerang-shaped object revolved, then tumbled down
       behind some trees.  Marks were found in the dirt.  Sighting
       lasted 15 minutes.

      Sept. 23, 1954; Gatlinburg, Tennessee. 9:45 a.m. Witness:  Dave
      Owenby. Two bright silver, wheel-shaped objects flew from north
      to south in trail for 2 minutes.

      Oct. 13, 1954; Nouasseur, French Morocco. 10:05 a.m. Witness:
      weather observer, following a balloon with his theodolite.  One
      round, flat, silver object flew straight and level for 30

      Oct. 15, 16 and 17, 1954; Kingfisher, Oklahoma. 8:45 p.m. Fifty
      objects with illuminated bottoms were seen flying in a
      V-formation, very fast, on successive nights.  Only data is on
      summary card.

      Oct. 28, 1954; Miho Air Base, Japan. 5:32 p.m. Witnesses:  USAF
      pilots Lt. Col. O.C. Cook and Lt. J.W. Brown, on ground using
      7x50 binoculars.  One brilliant white, round-oval object climbed
      in front of clouds, brightened, turned 90 to the north.  Seen
      for 45 seconds.

      Oct. 29, 1954; Terciera Islands, Azores. 9 p.m. Witnesses:
      four Portuguese nationals. One object, shaped like a stovepipe
      with a center bulge and short wings (10' long, 3' in diameter, 3'
      wings) having concave wingtips, and grey colored.  Made a
      gargling sound when hovering, then disappeared in the glare of
      airplane landing lights.  Sighting lasted 4-5 minutes.

      Nov. 15, 1954; Augusta, Maine. 44 p.m.  Witness:  N. Gallant,
      manager of radio station WFAV. Ten gold, circular objects flew
      in vertical V-formation, straight and level for 3 minutes.

      Nov. 19, 1954; Corvallis, Oregon.  4:15 p.m.  Witness:  P.J.
      Gunn, assistant professor of art at Oregon State University and
      ex-U.S. Navy aviation cadet. One bright white light hovered
      8.5-9 minutes, then crossed 20 of sky in 3-3.5 minutes.

      Nov. 28, 1954; Manilla, Phillipine Islands. 10:50 a.m. Witness:
      one anonymous medical doctor.  One flat-bottomed, domed object
      (65-70' across, 18-20' high), bright orange with yellow discs
      attached and an exhaust trail.  Flew north, stopped, reversed its
      course during 4 minute sighting.

      Dec. 3, 1954; Gulfport, Mississippi  12:12 p.m.  Witnesses:  Mr.
      and Mrs. S.P. Mellen. One translucent grey, round, flat object
      rotated on its vertical axis at high r.p.m.  for 30 seconds.

      Dec. 7, 1954; Cape Province, South Africa. 1:15 p.m. Witness:
      weather officer, using a theodolite.  One white, semi-circular,
      flat object with a dome flew from west to east, then turned
      north.  Sighting lasted 7 minutes.

      Jan, 1, 1955; Cochise, New Mexico.  6:44 a.m.  Witnesses:
      instructor and student pilot in USAF B-25 bomber/trainer. A
      metallic disc, shaped like two pie pans face-to-face, and 120-
      130' in diameter, paced the B-25, showing both its edge and its
      face, for 5-7 minutes.  Only item in case file was summary form.

      Jan. 26, 1955; Lakeland, Florida.  6:15 p.m.  Witness:  J.M.
      Holland. A black smoke trail made a circle.  There was an
      explosion and some objects fell.  No further information in file.

      Feb.l, 1955; 20 miles east of Cochise, New Mexico. 7:55 p.m.
      Witnesses:  Instructor Capt. D.F. Ritzdorf, aviation cadet F.W.
      Miller in TB-25 bomber/trainer.  One red and white ball hovered
      off the left wing of the TB-25 for 5 minutes, then made a very
      fast climb.  Total time of sighting was 8 minutes.

      Feb. 2, 1955; Miramar Naval Air Station, California. 11:50 a.m.
      Witness:  USN Cmdr. J.L. Ingersoll.  One highly polished sphere,
      with reddish-brown coloring, fell, then instantly accelerated to
      1,000-1,500 m.p.h.

      Feb. 10, 1955; Bethesda, Maryland.  10:03 p.m.  Witness:  E.J.
      Stein, model maker at U.S. Navy ship design facility. One
      object, shaped like a small portion of the bottom of the Moon,
      with a radiant yellow color, hovered for 30 seconds.  Its bottom
      changed to a funnel shape.  Total sighting lasted 1.5-2 minutes.

      April 30, 1955; Travis County, Texas. 7:30 a.m. Witness   USAF
      Wing Intelligence Officer Maj. L..J. Pagozalski. Four black
      objects in a cluster made a whooshing sound like a zephyr.
      Sighting lasted 2-3 seconds.

      May 4, 1955; Keflavik, Iceland. 12:38 p.m.  Witnesses:  Lt. Col.
      E.J. Stealy, lst Lt. J.W. Burt. About 10 round, white objects,
      one of which left a brief smoke trail, flew in an irregular
      formation, some of them making erratic movements during the 5-8
      second sighting.

      May 23, 1955; Cheyenne, Wyoming.  Midnight. Witnesses:  USAF
      Airman/Basic I.J. Shapiro and E.C. Ingber. During a 5 minute
      period, two slender, vertical rectangles were seen low on the
      horizon, and two ovals with tops (dark, with dark blue
      illumination) flew higher.

      July 29, 1955; Columbus, Nebraska.  10:45 p.m.  Witness:  Morrice
      Raymond. Four orange flashing lights and one whIte flashing
      light moved up and down like yo-yos for 5-6 minutes.

      Aug. 11, 1955; Iceland. 11:45 a.m.  Witness:  2nd Lt. E.J.
      Marlow. Twelve grey objects, from cigar to egg-shaped, varied
      their formation from elliptical to wavy line to scattered to
      straight line to trail formation.  Speed varied from hover to
      1,000 m.p.h.  Sighting lasted 3-4 minutes.

      Aug. 23, 1955; Arlington, Virginia.  10:45 a.m.  Witness:  G.M.
      Park, using a 400x telescope. Several orange lights moved singly
      or in groups, circling and stopping during 30 minute sighting.

      Sept. 3, 1955; Bellingham, Washington.  Witness:  observer
      Saunders for Ground Observer Corps. One white pinhead moved
      slowly across 30^ of sky in 15 minutes.  No further information.

      Sept. 7, 1955; Washington, D.C. Witnesses:  two photographers,
      one plate maker for the Army Map Service (one named Smith). One
      glowing round object flew an arc for 1 minute.

      Sept. 9, 1955; near Alcoa, Tennessee.  12 noon.  Witness:  M.N.
      Dawkins, using binoculars. One brown, almost square object flew
      with a circular motion for 10-15 minutes.

      Oct. 8, 1955; Loogootee, Indiana.  4:38 p.m.  Witnesses:  R.D.
      Prather, H. Ahern. One round, silver or white object flew
      straight and level at more than 1,000 m.p.h.  for an unstated
      length of time.

      Oct. 11, 1955; Pt. Lookout, Maryland. 4 p.m. Witnesses:  B.
      Hale, A. Ostrom. One round object which looked white in the
      daylight and turned red with sparks toward the end of the 2.5
      hour sighting, made a deep roar, unlike an aircraft.

      Nov. 17, 1955; St. Louis, Missouri.  6:10 a.m.  Witness:  J.A.
      Mapes. Twelve round, flat objects, silver on top and dark on the
      bottom, flew in 4-deep formation, tipping in pitch and roll, for
      45 seconds.

      Nov. 20, 1955; Lake City, Tennessee.  5:20 p.m.  Witnesses:
      Operations Officer Capt. B.G. Denkler and five men of the USAF
      663rd AC&W Sqdn. Two oblong, bright orange, semi-transparent
      objects flew at terrific speed and erratically, toward and away
      from each other.  Observed by various persons form 4 to 15

      Nov. 25, 1955; La Veta, Colorado.  10:30 a.m.  Witness:  State
      Senator S.T. Taylor. One dirigible-shaped object (fat front,
      tapered toward the tail) object, which was luminous green-blue
      and jellylike, appeared overhead diving at a 45' angle,
      then reduced angle to 30'.  Object seen for 5 seconds.

      Dec. 21, 1955; Caribou, Maine. 111 p.m.  Witness:  Roberta V.
      Jacobs. One round, very bright gold, domed disc made a short
      climb, rotated, hovered and then accelerated during the 6-8
      minute sighting.

      Feb. 12, 1956; Goose Bay, Labrador, Canada. 11:25 p.m.
      Witnesses:  F-89 pilot Bowen, radar observer Crawford. One green
      and red object rapidly circled the aircraft while being tracked
      on radar during 1 minute sighting.  No further details.

      Feb, 19, 1956; Houston, Texas. 6:07 a.m.  Witnesses:  crew of
      Eastern Airlines Super Constellation.  One intense white light,
      moving 4-5 times the speed of the airplane, was evaded by the

      April 4, 1956; McKinney, Texas. 3:15 p.m.  Witnesses:  Capt. Roy
      Hall, U.S. Army, ret.; Charles Anderson and others; some observed
      through a 6" telescope, others through a 55-200x telescope.  One
      fat, oblong object with two lines around its middle, remained
      stationary for 6 hours.

      June 6, 1956; Banning, California.  5:30 a.m.  Witness:  Mr.
      Bierman. One thin disc with a small dome, shimmering silver,
      hovered about 100 yards away for 8-10 seconds, then zoomed up.

      Aug. 8, 1956; 20 miles south of Quartsite, Arizona. ll p.m.
      Witnesses:  attorneys W.B. Buttermore and J.W. Smith. One
      blue-white pulsating light flew fast, straight and level, for 5-7

      Aug. 27, 1956; Juniata, Pennsylvania.  9:55 p.m.  Witness:  Mrs.
      R.S. Pope. One bright disc with a clear dome flew vertically,
      then north.  A very cold breeze seemed to have been originated by
      the object during the 3 minute sighting.

      Sept. 4, 1956; Dallas, Texas. 9 p.m.  Witnesses:  U.S. Marine
      Corps T/Sgt. R.D. Rogers and family.  One large star, changing to
      red color, remained stationary for 20 minutes, then went west at
      200 kts.  (230 m.p.h.).  Sighting lasted 23 minutes.

     Sept. 14, 1956; Highland, North Carolina. 1 a.m. Witness:
      Scaly, N. Car. policeman O.S. Gryman. Fourteen yellow-to-red
      round objects with tremendous exhaust, flew in a Vague formation
      from southwest to east to northeast and back again, while
      swoooping up and down.  Sighting lasted 1.5 hours.

      Nov. 1, 1956; 60 miles east of St. Louis, Missouri, in Illinois.
      5:30 p.m.  Witness:  USAF Capt. W..M. Lyons, Intelligence Division
      Chief (Aerial Weather Reconnaissance Officer), flying a T-33 jet
      trainer.  One orange light with a blue tinge, flew across the sky
      for 2 minutes.

      Nov. 30, 1956; Charleston AFB, South Carolina. 12:48 p.m.
      Witness:  USAF aerial navigator Maj. D.D. Grimes. One
      unspecified object flew at an estimated 100' altitude over water
      for 10 minutes.  No further details.

      Dec. 31, 1956; Guam. 2:10 a.m.  Witness:  USAF lst Lt. Ted
      Brunson, flying an F-86D jet interceptor.  One round, white
      object flew under the F-86D, which was unable to turn as sharply
      as the object.

      April 25, 1957; Ringgold, Louisiana.  Military witness
      Robertson. Case missing from official files.

      June 12,     ; Milan, Italy. 7:30 p.m.  Witness:  G.U. Donadio,
      translator for export-import firm.  One object "big as a hen's
      egg" flew very fast, zigzagged, hovered and revolved, then shot
      up after 17 minutes.

      July 27 or 29, 1957; Longmont, Colorado. Early morning.
      Witness:  J.L. Siverly. One thick disc, ice blue, with a top
      like honeycomb (interconnected hexagons), hovered and rocked
      below the hill tops for 10 minutes.  Middle band was scalloped,
      bottom had four kidney-shaped forms.

      July 29, 1957; Cleveland, Ohio.  10:31 p.m.  Witnesses:  Capital
      Airlines Capt. R.L. Stimley, First Officer F.J. Downing. One
      large, round, yellow-white object dimmed once, crossed the bow of
      the airliner, which then gave chase but was unable to catch it.
      Sighting last 8 minutes.

      July 29, 1957; Oldsmar, Florida.  11:45 a.m.  Witness:  E.E.
      Henkins. One pale yellow fireball glided into the water and
      exploded.  Viewed for 1 minute.

      Sept. 20, 1957; Kadena AFB, Okinawa. 8 p.m. Witnesses:  S/Sgt.
      H.T. O'Connor, S/Sgt. H.D. Bridgeman. One object, shaped like a
      coke bottle without the neck, translucent and fluorescent.  Made
      four 5-10 second passes from north to south, with 4-5 minutes
      between passes.

      Oct. 8, 1957; Seattle, Washington.  9:17 a.m.  Witnesses:  two
      U.S. Army sergeants. Two flat, round, white objects flew in
      trail formation along an irregular path, frequently banking
      during 25-30 seconds.

      Nov. 6, 1957; Radium Springs, New Mexico. 10:50 p.m. Witnesses:
      one Las Cruces policeman, one Dona Ana County Deputy Sheriff.
      One round object--changing from red to green to blue to white--
      rose vertically from a mountain top.  Sighting lasted 10 minutes.        
      Nov. 8, 1957; Merrick, Long Island, New York. l0:10 a.m
      Witness:  Mrs. L. Dinner. One bar-shaped object, 3.5' long,
      giving off blue flashes, made a swishing sound.  No further data.

      Nov. 26, 1957; Robins AFB, Georgia. 10:07 a.m. Witnesses:
      three control tower operators, one weather observer and four
      others.  One silver, cigar-shaped object suddenly vanished after
      8 minutes.

      Nov. 30, 1957; New Orleans, Louisiana. 2:11 p.m. Witnesses:
      three U.S. Coast Guardsmen. One round object turned white, then
      gold, then separated into three parts and turned red.  Sighting
      lasted 20 minutes.

      Dec. 13, 1957; Col Anahuac, Mexico. 9:35 a.m. Witness:  R.C.
      Cano. Fourteen-fifteen circular, tapered discs, very bright,
      flew in a formation like a stack of coins, then changed to an
      inverted-V formation. Sighting lasted 20 minutes.

      Dec. 17, 1957; near Grand Junction, Colorado. 7:20 p.m.
      Witness:  F.G. Hickman, 17. One round object changed from yellow
      to white to green to red; red tail was twice as long as the body.
      It stopped, started, backed up for 45 minutes.

      March 14, 1958; Healdsburg, California. 8:45 a.m. Witnesses:
      Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Cummings and one other.  A 3' round, black
      object touched the ground and then took off.  Watched for 2

      April 14, 1958; Lynchburg, Virginia.  1 p.m.  Witness:  USAF Maj.
      D.G. Tilley, flying C-47 transport.  One grey-black rectangular
      object rotated very slowly on its horizontal axis for 4 seconds.

      May 9, 1958; Bohol Island, Phillipine Islands. 11:05 a.m.
      Witness:  Phillipine Airlines pilot.  One object with a shiny,
      metallic surface was falling and spinning for 1.5 minutes.

      June 14, 1958; Pueblo, Colorado.  10:46 a.m.  Witness:  airport
      weather observer O.R. Foster, using a theodolite.  An object
      shaped like Saturn, less the bottom part; silver with no metallic
      luster, flew overhead for 5 minutes.

      June 20 ,1958; Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. 11:05 p.m. Witness:
      Battalion Communication Chief SFC A. Parsley. One silver,
      circular object, its lower portion seen through a green haze,
      hovered, then oscillated slightly, then moved at great speed.
      Watched for 10 minutes.

      Aug. 17, 1958; Warren, Michigan. 7:05 p.m.  Witness:  A.D.
      Chisholm. One extremely bright object shaped first like a bell,
      then like a saucer, hovered for 5 minutes, flipped over and sped
      away to the west-south-west.  Sighting lasted 6-10 minutes.

      Sept. 1, 1958; Wheelus AFB, Libya. 12:15 a.m. Witness:  Philco
      technical representative A.M. Slaton. One round, blue-white
      object flew at varying speeds.  First sighting lasted 2 minutes,
      second lasted 1.5 minutes.

      Oct. 2, 1958; Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.  2:30 p.m.  Witness:
      naturalist Ivan Sanderson. One dull-grey object, shaped like a
      pickle with a flat bottom, flew erratically and made loops for 15

      Oct. 27, 1958; Lock Raven Dam, Maryland. 10:30 p.m. Witnesses:
      Phillip Small, Alvin Cohen. One large, flat egg-shaped object
      affected a car's electrical system and caused a burning sensation
      on one of its occupants.  Sighting lasted 1 minute.

      Nov. 3, 1958; Minot, North Dakota.  2:01 p.m.  Witness:  M/Sgt.
      William R. Butler, medic. One bright green object, shaped like a
      10 cent piece, and one smaller, silver round object.  First
      object exploded, then second object moved toward the location of
      the first at high speed.  Sighting lasted 1 minute.

      March 26 or 27, 1959; Corsica, Pennsylvania. 12:45 p.m.
      Witness:  T.E. Clark. One dark red, barrel-shaped object, 20'
      long, 6-7' high, descended below some trees during the 3 minute

      June 18, 1959; Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 9:30 p.m. Witnesses:
      A. Cavelli and R. Blessin, using 7x binoculars.  One brown,
      cigar-shaped object came from below the horizon (close to the
      witnesses) ascending to 40-50^ above the horizon in 4 minutes.

      June 30, 1959; Patuxent River NAS, Maryland. 8:23 p.m. Witness:
      USN Cdr. D. Connolly. One gold, oblate-shaped object, nine times
      as wide as it was thick, metallic and with sharp edges, flew
      straight and level for 20-30 seconds.

      July 25, 1959; Irondequoit, New York. 1 p.m. Witness:
      technical illustrator W.D. Neva.  One thin, crescent moon-shaped
      object with a small white dome in the center, flew at tremendous
      speed for 5-10 seconds.

      Aug. 10, 1959; Goose AFB, Labrador, Canada. 1:28 a.m. Witness:
      Royal Canadian Air Force pilot Flt. Lt. M.S. Mowat, on ground.
      One large star-like light crossed 53* of sky in 25 minutes.

      Sept. 13, 1959; Gills Rock, Wisconsin. 1:05 a.m. Witness:  R.H.
      Daubner. One round yellow light, with eight blue lights within
      it, and then five larger red lights, flew very fast vertically
      while making a pulsating jet noise.  Sighting lasted 10 minutes.

      Sept. 13, 1959; Bunker Hill AFB, Indiana. 4 p.m. Witnesses:  at
      least two control tower operators and the pilot of a Mooney
      private airplane.  One pear-shaped object, colored white, cream,
      and metallic, with a trail under it.  Object showed little
      movement during 3 hours.  Attempted intercept by USAF T-33 jet
      trainer failed.

      Oct. (3rd or 4th week), 1959; Telephone Ridge, Oregon. 9:15 p.m.
      Witness:  department store manager C.A. Cissman. One bright
      light approached, hovered about 30 minutes, and then was up and
      gone in 2 seconds.

      Oct. 4, 1959; Quezon, Phillipine Islands. 9:25 p.m. Witnesses:
      USN Lt. C.H. Pogson, CPO K.J. Moore. One large round or oval
      object, changing from red to red-orange, flew straight and level
      for 15 minutes.

      Oct. 6, 1959; Lincoln, Nebraska.  8:15 p.m.  Witnesses:  Lt. Col.
      L. Liggett (Selective Service) and wife.  One round, white-yellow
      light made several abrupt turns and flew very fast for 2 minutes.

      Oct. 19. 1959; P]ainvjlle!  Kansas.  9:25 p.m.  Witness:  Capt.
      F.A. Henney, engineering instructor at USAF Academy, flying a
      T-33 jet trainer. One bright yellowish light came head-on at the
      T-33, the pilot avoided it and the light dimmed.  Sighting lasted
      30 seconds.

      Nov. 18, 1959; Crystal Springs, Mississippi. 6:25 p.m.
      Witness:  J.M. Porter. A row of red lights flew slow, then
      speeded up immensely.  Sighting lasted 5-6 minutes.

      Feb. 27, 1960; Rome AFB, New York. 6:27 p.m. Witnesses:
      control tower officer Capt. J. Huey and four other tower
      operators.  One light trailing a white fan shape, made a mild
      descent for 3-4 minutes. 5:55 p.m.  Witness:  Charles

      March 4, 1960; Dubuque, Iowa. 5:5

      Morris. Three elliptical-shaped objects made a slight climb for
      4 minutes.  Film exposed during sighting showed no images of the

      March 23, 1960; Indianapolis, Indiana. 3:35 a.m. Witnesses:
      Mr. and Mrs. E.I. Larsen. A series of balls, arranged like an
      "X" with one diagonal line, seen for 3/4 of a minute.  Note:
      little data on the case in the files.

      April 12, 1960; LaCamp, Louisiana.  9 p.m.  Witness:  Monroe
      Arnold. One fiery-red disc exploded four or five times.
      Analysis of paint samples from explosion proved inconclusive.
      Sighting lasted 2-3 seconds.

      April 17, 1960; Richards-Gebauer AFB, Missouri. 8:29 p.m.
      Witnesses:  USAF Maj. J.G. Ford and Link representative A.
      Chapdelaine, using a 48x telescope.  One reddish glow made an odd
      orbit for 2.5 minutes.

      April 25, 1960; Shelby, Montana.  7-10 p.m.  Witness:  Mrs. M.
      Clark. Five circular objects flew in trail formation, hovered
      and accelerated and made sharp turns.  Case file includes other
      reports from Mrs. Clark for previous 3 years.

      July 19, 1960; St. Louis, Missouri.  8:30 p.m.  Witness:  T.L.
      Ochs. One round, bright red light flew overhead, stopped and
      hovered, and then backed up.  Sighting lasted 20 minutes. Note:
      Ochs reported similar sightings on three following nights.

      Aug. 23, 1960; Wichita, Kansas. 3::24 a.m.  Witness:  Boeing
      aeronautical engineer C.A. Komiske.  One round object with yellow
      lights coming from what looked like three triangular windows at
      bottom.  Object was dull orange.  Flew in an arc for 2 minutes.

      Aug. 29, 1960; Crete, Illinois. 4:05 p.m.  Witness:  farmer Ed
      Schneeweis. One shiny, round, silver object flew straight up
      very fast for 18 seconds.

      Sept. 10, 1960; Ridgecrest, California. 9:50 p.m. Witnesses:
      Mr. and Mrs. M.G. Evans. Two light gray glowing objects, saucer
      or boomerang-shaped, which swished when accelerating.  Seen 1-2
      seconds each.

      Oct. 5, 1960; Mt. Kisko, New York. 7:37 p.m. Witness:  E.G.
      Crossland. One bright, star-like light moved across 120^ of sky
      in 20 seconds.

      Nov. 27, 1960; Chula Vista, California. 7:30 p.m. Witnesses:
      Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Hart. One orange-red point of light made huge
      circles and stopped during the 20-30 minute sighting.

      Nov. 29, 1960; south of Kyushu, Japan. 6:38 p.m. Witnesses:
      USAF Lt. Col. R.L. Blwlin (sp?) and Maj. F.B. Brown, flying a
      T-33 jet trainer. One white light 8lowed and paralleled the
      course of the T-33 for 10 minutes.

      Feb, 27, 1961; Bark River, Michigan. 10:15 p.m. Witness:  Mrs.
      LaPalm. One fiery-red, round object, preceded by light rays,
      slowed and descended, while her dog howled.  Sighting lasted 10

      Spring, 1961; Kemah, Texas. Case missing from official files.

      April 24, 1961; 200 miles SW of San Francisco, California (35'
      50' N., 125' 40 W.). 3:34 a.m.  Witnesses:  aircraft commander
      Capt. H.J. Savoy and navigator lst Lt. M.W. Rand, on USAF RC-l2lD
      patrol plane.  One reddish-white, round object or light, similar
      to satellite.  Observed for 8 minutes.

      May 22, 1961; Tyndall AFB, Florida. 4:30 p.m. Witnesses:  Mrs.
      A.J. Jones and Mrs. R.F. Davis.  One big silver dollar disc
      hovered and revolved, then suddenly disappeared after 15 minutes.

      June 2, 1961; Miyako Jima, Japan. 10:17 P.m. Witnesses:  lst
      Lt. R.N. Monahan and Hazeltine Electric Co. technical
      representative D.W. Mattison. One blue-white light flew erratic
      course at varying speed, in an arc-like path for 5 minutes.

      July 7, 1961; Copemish, Michigan.  11 p.m.  Witness:  waitress
      Nannette Hilley. One large ball flew slow, split into four after
      45 minutes.  Four flew close formation, descended and flew away
      to the west.  Total sighting lasted 1 hour.

      July ll, 1961; Springfield, Ohio. 7:45 p.m. Witnesses:  ex-air
      navigator G. Scott, Mrs. Scott, and neighbors.  One round, bright
      light like shiny aluminum, passed overhead in 20 minutes.

      July 20, 1961; Houston, Texas. 88 a.m.  Witnesses:  Trans-Texas
      Airlines Capt. A.V. Beather, flying DC-3, plus vague report from
      ground radar.  Two very bright white light or objects flew in
      trail formation for 30 minutes.

      Aug. 12, 1961; Kansas City, Kansas. 9 p.m. Witnesses:  college
      seniors J.B. Furkenhoff and Tom Phipps. One very large oval
      object with a fin extending from one edge to the center; like a
      sled with lighted car running boards.  Hovered at 50' altitude
      for 3-5 minutes, then flew straight up and east.

      Nov. 21, 1961; Oldtown, Florida.  7:30 p.m.  Witnesses:  C.
      Locklear and Helen Hatch. One round, red-orange object flew
      straight up and faded after 3-4 minutes.

      Nov. 23, 1961; Sioux City, Iowa. 9:30 p.m. Witness:  F.
      Braunger. One bright red star flew straight and level for 15

      Dec. 13, 1961; Washington, D.C. 5:05 p.m. Witnesses:  C.F.
      Muncy, ex-U.S. Navy pilot W.J. Myers, and G. Weber. One dark
      diamond-shaped object with a bright tip flew straight and level
      for 1-3 minutes.

      Feb. 25, 1962; Kotzbue, Alaska. 7:20 p.m.  Witnesses:  one U.S.
      Army private, six anonymous civilians.  One red light, trailed 30
      seconds later by a blue light.  Sighting lasted 5 minutes.

      March l, 1962; Salem, New York.  10:35 p.m.  Witness:  Mrs. L.
      Doxsey, 66. One gold-colored box, 12-14"x3-4", flew straight and
      level across the horizon for 3-4 minutes.

      March 26, 1962; Ramstein Air Base, West Germany. 1:35 p.m.
      Witness:  USAF Capt. J.M. Lowery, from an unspecified aircraft.
      One thin, cylindrical object--l/3 snout, 2/3 tail fins--flew at
      an estimated Mach 2.7 (2,000 m.p.h.) for 5-8 seconds.

     March 26, 1962; Naperville, Illinois. 11:40 p.m. Witnesses:
     Mrs. D. Wheeler, Claudine Milligan.  Six or eight red balls,
     arranged in a rectangular formation, became two objects with
     lights by the end of the 15 minute sighting.

     March 26, 1962; Westfield, Massachusette.  10:45 p.m.  Witnesses:
     many unidentified young people.  One large red ball flew or fell
     down, then went back up during 3-10 minute sighting.  Note:  May

      April 4, 1962; Wurtland, Kentucky.  0150Z. Witnesses:  G.R.
      Wells and J. Lewis, using 117x telescope.  One small object
      changing brightness, gave off smoke but remained stationary like
      a comet for 6 minutes. Case missing from official files.

      June 21, 1962; Indianapolis, Indiana. 4 a.m. Witnesses:  Lt.
      Col. H. King and tail gunner M/Sgt. Roberts, aboard a B-52 heavy
      jet bomber.  Three bright, star-like lights:  one seen; 10
      seconds later, two more were seen.  Total sighting took 3

      June 30, 1962; Richmond, Virginia.  9 a.m.  Witness:  13 year old
      Meadors. One red, star-like light seen for an unspecified length
      of time.  No further details in files.

      July 19, 1962. Bayhead, New Jersey. 9:30 p.m. Witnesses:  C.T.
      Loftus, H. Wilbert. Four or five lights darted about the sky for
      7-10 minutes.

      July 29, 1962; Ocean Springs, Mississippi. 11:20 p.m.
      Witnesses:  Mr. and Mrs. M.O. Barton. One bright cherry-red,
      diamond-shaped object flew slow, hovered, made fast 1/2 loops for
      l0 minutes.

      Aug. 18, 1962; Bermuda. 5 p.m. Witnesses:  owner M. Sheppard
      and chief announcer A. Seymour of radio station.  Three
      dull-white, egg-shaped objects wavered as they moved for 20

      Sept. 21, 1962; WSW of Biloxi, Mississippi, in the Gulf of
      Mexico. 7:37 p.m. Witness:  fishing boat captain S.A. Guthrie.
      Two objects, red and black with orange streaks, one as big as the
      Moon, and the other smaller. Arced across the sky for 13

      Oct. 23, 1962; Farmington, Utah. 3 p.m. Witness:  R.O.
      Christensen. One grey and silver ball, trailing what looked like
      twine with two knots in it, swerved, and climbed away at a 45'
      angle, making a sound like a flock of ducks (rushing air).
      Twenty seconds.

      Nov. 17, 1962; Tampa, Florida. 99 p.m.  Witness:  F.L. Swindale,
      college graduate and ex-USMC Capt. Three bright star-like lights
      approached, hovered and bounced, then faded after 11-15 minutes.

      May 18, 1953; New Plymouth, New Zealand. 10:30 p.m. Witness:
      C.S. Chapman, 15. One white, fuzzy, flashing light hovered and
      darted around for 4 minutes.

      May 22, 1963; Pequannock, New Jersey. 10:45 p.m. Witness:  Myra
      Jackson. Four pink wheels spun or rolled very fast from east to
      west in succession, each taking about 1 second.

      June 15, 1963; 200 miles north of Venezuela (14* 27' N., 69* 57'
      E.). 10:39 a.m. Witness:  3rd Mate R.C. Chamberlin, of S/
      Thetis. One luminous disc travelled at 1.5 times the speed of
      satellite for 3-4 minutes.

      Summer, 1963; Middletown, New York. 9:30 or 10 p.m. Witness:
      Grace Dutcher. Eight-ten lights moved at random, then in an oval
      formation, then singly, during the 1 minute sighting.

      July 1, 1963; Glen Ellyn, Illinois.  8 p.m.  Witness:  R.B.
      Stiles, ll, using a theodolite. One light, the size of a match
      head at arm's length, flashed and moved around the sky for 1.5

      Aug. 11, 1963; Warrenville, Illinois. 10 p.m. Witness:  R.M.
      Boersma. One light moved around the sky for 20 seconds.

      Aug. 13, 1963; St. Gallen, Switzerland.  8:04 p.m.  Witness:
      A.F. Schelling. One fireball became a dark object after 4
      minutes, and then a bigger glow, a minute later, and finally
      exploded.  Note:  same witness had another, undescribed, sighting
      on Aug. 14

      Sept. 14, 1963; Susanville, California. 3:15 p.m. Witness:
      E.A. Grant, veteran of 37 years training forest fire lookouts for
      the U.S. Forest Service. One round object intercepted a long
      object and either attached itself to the latter or disappeared.
      Sighting lasted l0 minutes.

      Sept. 15, 1963; Vandalia, Ohio. 66 p.m.  Witness:  Mrs. F.E.
      Roush. Two very bright gold objects--one shaped like a banana
      and the other like an ear of corn--one remained stationary, the
      other moved from west to north during 10 minutes,

      Oct. 4, 1963; Bedford, Ohio. 3:32 p.m.  Witness:  R.E.
      Carpenter, 15. One intense oblong light with tapered ends and
      surrounded by an aqua haze, flashed and flickered while
      stationary for 15 seconds.

      Oct. 23, 1963; Meridian, Idaho. 8:35 p.m.  Witnesses:  several
      unnamed students, including Gordon. One object shaped like a
      circle from below and like a football from the side, hovered low
      over the observers, making a deep, pulsating, loud, extremely
      irritating sound, for 6 minutes.

      Oct. 24, 1963; Cupar Fife, Scotland.  No time given. Witnesses:
      A. McLean (12) and G. McLean (8).  One light moved for an
      unspecified length of time.  No further details in files. Note:
      Project Blue Book chief Maj. H. Quintanilla told the youngsters,
      in a letter, that this was "one of the most complete" of the
      unexplained cases for the year.

      Dec. 11, 1963; McMinnville, Oregon. 7 a.m. Witness:  W.W.
      Dolan, professor of mathematics and astronomy, and dean of the
      faculty of Linfield College. One bright, star-like light
      hovered, slowed, dimmed and flashed in 1 minute.

      Dec. 16, 1963; 800 miles north of Midway Island (40* N., 175* 54'
      W.). 5:05 p.m. Witness:  unspecified persons aboard a military
      aircraft.  One white light blinked 2-3 times per second as it
      moved very fast across the sky for 15 seconds.

      April 3, 1964; Monticello, Wisconsin. 9 p.m. Witnesses:  Mr.
      and Mrs. R. Wold (he was a graduate student in anthropology).
      Four huge red lights in a rectangular formation, with a white
      light above, were near the ground, tilted and flew away after 3-4

      April 11, 1964; Homer, New York. 6:30 p.m. Witnesses:
      physiotherapist W.B. Ochsner and wife.  Two cloud-like objects
      darkened; one shot away and returned during the 30-45 minute

       April 24, 1964; Socorro, New Mexico. 5:45 p.m. Witness:
       Socorro policeman Lonnie Zamora.  Watched object with flame
       underneath descend toward the desert.  Two small humanoids
       observed near vertical oval on ground.  Later watched object take
       off with a roar, go silent and fly away.  Burning and charred
       brush found at landing sight.

       May 9, 1964; Chicago, Illinois. 10:20 p.m.  Witness:  J.R. Betz,
       U.S. District Court reporter. Three light green crescent-shaped
       objects, about half the apparent size of the Moon, flew very fast
       in tight formation from east to west, oscillating in size and
       color for 3 seconds.

       May 18, 1964; Mt. Vernon, Virginia.  5:15 p.m.  Witness:  civil
       engineer F. Meyers. One small, glowing white oval split twice
       after moving from the right of the Moon around to the left.
       Sighting lasted 17 minutes.

      May 26, 1964; Cambridge, Massachusetts.  7:43 p.m.  Witness:  P.
      Wankowicz, RAF pilot and ex-Smithsonian satellite tracker. One
      thin, white ellipsoid (3.5 times as long as wide) flew straight
      and level for 3-4 seconds.

      May 26, 1964; Pleasantview, Pennsylvania. 11 p.m. Witness:
      Rev. H.C. Shaw. One yellow-orange light, shaped like the bottom
      of a ball, was spotted in a field and chased down the road for 2

      June 13, 1964; Toledo, Ohio. 9:15 p.m.  Witness:  B.L. English,
      announcer for radio station WTOD. Three glowing white spheres,
      glowing red on their sides, moved slow, hovered and then moved in
      circles very fast, all the while making a low, rumbling sound.

      July 16, 1964; 15 miles south of Houghton Lake, Michigan. 11:15
      p.m.  Witness:  Northern Air Service pilot K. Jannereth. Four
      white lights in a stepped-up echelon formation, were joined by
      two more.  They closed in on the airplane, then rapidly slowed nd
      flew along with it for a total of 5 minutes.

      July 20, 1964; Littleton, Illinois.  4:45 a.m.  Witness:  J.J.
      Winkle. One 60' diameter round-topped, flat-bottomed object with
      a long acetylene-colored flame shooting downward, flew straight
      and level, made a half loop, then rose up.  Sighting lasted l

      July 27, 1964; Norwich, New York. 7:30 p.m. Witness:
      Duabert, engineering supervisor.  One aluminum sphere with a
      luminous ring, remained stationary for 4-5 minutes.

      July 27, 1964; Denver, Colorado.  8:20 p.m.  Witness:  A. Borsa.
      One white ball of fire, the size of a car, climbed slowly, then
      speeded up.  Sighting lasted 2-3 minutes.

      Aug. 10, 1964; Wake Island. 5:16 a.m.  Witnesses:  aircraft
      commander Capt. B.C. Jones and navigator lst Lt. H.J. Cavender,
      in parked USAF C-124 transport plane.  One reddish, blinking
      light approached the runway, stopped and made several reverses
      during 2 minutes.

      Aug. 15, 1964; New York, New York. 1:20 a.m. Witness:  S.F.
      D'Alessandro. One 10'x5' bullet-shaped object with wavy lines on
      the rounded front part and six pipes along the straight rear
      portion, made a "whishhh" sound.  Witness' dog growled during

      Aug. 15, 1964; Yosemite National Park, California. 8:15 a.m.
      Witnesses:  E.J. Haug, of the San Francisco Orchestra and the San
      Francisco Conservatory of Music; and C.R. Bubb, a high school
      mathematics teacher.  Three bright silver, round objects, in a
      stack formation, flew very fast, changing positions within the
      formation.  The sound of rushing air was heard during the 3-4
      second sighting.

      Aug. 18, 1964; Atlantic Ocean, 200 miles east of Dover, Delaware.
      12:35 a.m.  Witnesses:  Maj. D.W. Thompson and First Pilot lst
      Lt. J.F. Jonke, on a USAF C-124 transport plane.  One round,
      blurred, reddish-white object was on a collision course with the
      C-124 from ahead and below. The airplane evaded the object.
      Sighting las ted 2 minutes.

      Sept. 10, 1964; Cedar Grove, New Jersey. 7:09 p.m. Witness:
      chemist P.H. DePaolo. Four white lights, 3-4 apart, were seen
      to the north, going west for 45 seconds.

      Nov. 14, 1964; Menominee Falls, Wisconsin. 9:40 p.m. Witnesses:
      Dr. G.R. Wagner, MD; and two girls.  Three dim, reddish lights
      flew through a 160^ arc in 5-6 seconds.

      Nov. 19, 1964; 1,400 miles east of Tokyo, Japan (34' 55' N., 164*
      05' E.). Witnesses:  unidentified military persons.  One bright
      white flashing light was travelling from horizon to horizon in 20

      Jan, 23, 1965; Williamsburg, Virginia. 8:40 a.m. Witness:  Mr.
      T.F. Mains. One mushroom or lightbulb-shaped object, 75-80'
      high, 25' diameter on top and l0' bottom diameter; metallic grey
      with a red-orange glow on the near side and a blue glow on the
      far side.  The object made a sound like a vacuum cleaner.  The
      witness' car electrical system was affected as the object moved
      away at an altitude of 4'.  The sighting lasted 25 seconds.

      March 4, 1965; Corvallis, Oregon.  9:23 p.m.  Witness:  W.V.
      Harrison. Three lights rose from the ground, several seconds
      apart.  The next day, an oily spot was found at the site.

      March 8, 1965; Mt. Airy, Maryland.  7:40 p.m.  Witness:  J.H.
      Martin, instrument maker for U.S. Bureau of Standards. Six
      lights flew overhead slowly for 3 minutes.

      April 4, 1965; Keesler AFB, Mississippi. 4:05 a.m. Witnesses:
      USAF A/2c Corum, a weather observer; confirmation by college
      student R. Pittman not clear from available data.  One 40' black,
      oval object with four lights along the bottom, flew in and out of
      the clouds for 15 seconds.

      May 7, 1965; Oxford, Michigan. 7:30 p.m.  Witness:  M.E.
      Marshall. One light, like a satellite, split into two parts, one
      of which was copperish color, then two more joined up.  One
      object may have been tumbling.  Sighting lasted 1 minute.

      July 6, 1965; Kiel, Wisconsin. 9:30 p.m.  Witness:  Mrs. E.R.
      Hayner. One flashing light, like a satellite, was seen for less
      than 1 minute.  No further data was in the files.

      July 25, 1965; Castalia, Ohio. 9:15 p.m.  Witness:  amateur
      astronomer M.D. Harris, 16. One bright blue star crossed 90 of
      sky in 10-15 seconds.

      Aug. 4, 1965; Dallas, Texas. 9:30 p.m.  Witness:  J.A. Carter,
      19.  One light flew fast, straight and level for 12 seconds.  No
      further data in files.

      Aug. 4, 1965; Tinley Park, Illinois.  11:35 p.m.  Witnesses:  two
      unnamed 14 year olds.  One light moved around the sky for 16-17
      seconds.  No further data in files.

      Aug. 19, 1965; Cherry Creek New York. 8:20 p.m. Witnesses:
      Mrs. William Butcher, son Harold, 17, and children.  A large
      elliptical object, with a reddish vapor underneath, came close to
      the ground, then shot straight up into the clouds a few seconds
      later.  Radio drowned out by static, a tractor engine stopped.
      When the object was on the ground, a steady beeping sound could
      be heard.  Afterwards, a strange odor was noticed, and the next
      day, a purplish liquid, 2"x2" marks and patches of singed grass
      were found at the site.  A bull bellowed and tried to break its

      Aug. 30, 1965; Urbana, Ohio. 10:30 p.m.  Witnesses:  M.A. Lilly,
      N. Smith, T. Nastoff. One white ball, 5-8' in diameter and
      trailed by a 2-3' light, hit the road 100' in front of the
      witness' car, bounced and flew away.  Sighting lasted 3-4

      Sept. 3, 1965; Exeter, New Hampshire.  2 a.m.  Witnesses:  Exeter
      Patrolmen Eugene Bertrand, Jr. and David Hunt, and Norman
      Muscarello. One large, dark, elliptical object with a row of red
      lights around it, moved slowly and erratically around houses and
      trees, while lights blinked in sequence.  Farm animals were very
      noisy.  Sighting lasted about 1 hour.

      Sept. 3, 1965; Damon, Texas. 11 p.m.  Witnesses:  Brazoria
      County Chief Sheriff's Deputy Billy McCoy and Deputy Robert
      Goode. One triangular object, 150-200' long, 40-50' thick at
      middle and dark grey, with a long, bright, pulsing, purple light
      on the right side and a long blue light on the left side.  Came
      from distance to 150' off highway and 100' in the air.  Purple
      light illuminated ground beneath object and interior of police
      car.  Driver felt heat on his left arm.  Initial sighting lasted
      5-10 minutes.  Second sighting.occurred later that night.

       Sept. 25, 1965; Chisholm, Minnesota.  9:55 a.m.  Witness:  Bett
       Diamon. Five orange lights in a row flew fast and made an abrupt
       turn during the 1 minute sighting.

       Sept. 25, 1965; Rodeo, New Mexico.  10 p.m.  Witnesses:  Dr.
       George Walton, physical chemist, and wife.  Two round white
       objects flew side-by-side, at 30-50' altitude, pacing the
       witnesses' car for 6 minutes.

       Oct. 4,       Middletown, Ohio. Wiitness:  Tucker. Case missing
       from official files.

       Feb. 2, 1966; Salisbury, North Carolina. 11:15 p.m. Witnesses:
       Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Wise. One silver, diamond-shaped object with
       several balls constantly in very fast motion around it, and much
       light.  Object hovered over the trees for 3-4 minutes, while a
       dog barked, and then zipped out of sight.  Sighting lasted 1

       Feb. 6, 1966; Nederland, Texas. 5:45 a.m.  Witnesses:  Mr. and
       Mrs. K.R. Gulley. One yellow, lighted object at 500; altitude
       and a pulsating red glow on the lawn.  The house lights went out,
       and high frequency bothered the witnesses' ears.  Sighting lasted
       5-10 minutes.

       March 20, 1966; Miami, Florida.. 12:15 a.m.  Witness:  USAF Res.
       Maj. K.C. Smith, employee of NASA at Cape Kennedy. One pulsating
       light which varied from white to intense blue made a jerky ascent
       and then rapidly accelerated away to the north after 5 minutes.

       March 22, 1966; Houston, Texas. 1:30 a.m.  Witness:  S.J.
       Musachia. White flashing lights, and the air full of smoke.  Lit
       up witness' apartment.  Sound of "yen " heard up close
       during 4 minute sighting.

       March 23, 1966; Temple, Oklahoma.  5:05 a.m.  Witness:  W.E.
       Laxson. One large object, like a wingless C-124 transport plane;
       75' long, 8' high and 12' wide; with a bubble canopy on top.  Sat
       on highway, a man dressed in military work clothes entered, and
       it rose after about 40 seconds.

       March 26, 1966; Texhoma, Oklahoma.  Midnight. Witnesses:  Mrs.
       P.N. Beer and Mrs. E. Smith. One flashing light buzzed their car
       from the front then hovered.  Sighting lasted l0 minutes.

       April 5, 1966; Alto, Tennessee. 11:55 p.m.  Witness:  W. Smith.
       One oval object with a dark top, appeared cone-shaped when
       moving.  It made a high-frequency noise during the 2.5 hour

       April 5, 1966; Lycoming, New York. 3 a.m. Witness:  Lillian
       Louis. One vapor-like sphere hovered and spun at low altitude,
       shooting its exhaust onto the ground below.  Sighting of 1

       April 30, 1966; Sacramento, California. 3:15 a.m. Witness:
       Anita Miller. One light moved around the sky for 2.5 hours.  No
       further detail in files.

       May 7, 1966; Goodfellow AFB, Texas. 9:55 p.m. Witness:  A/3c
       W.L. Whitehead. One short, cylindrical object with pointed ends
       and a yellow light at one end and blue light at the other, flew
       straight and level for 35 seconds.

       June 6, 1966; Spooner, Wisconsin.  9:30 p.m.  Witness:  Dorothy
       Gray. Two domed discs with sparkling upper surfaces and square
       windows in their tops, revolved above a lake, apparently causing
       strange behavior of the lake water during the 25 second sighting.

       June 8, 1966; Kansas, Ohio. 6:45 a.m.  Witness:  Max Baker. One
       bright silver, cigar-shaped object, as long as an airliner,
       buzzed the witness' car.  Sighting lasted 1 minute.

       June 18, 1966; Burnsville, North Carolina. 12:30 a.m.
       Witnesses:  members of a Boy Scout group, including Sterrett.
       One bell-shaped object with three flashing red lights hovered for
       5 hours and was then joined by six others.

       June 27, 1966; 400 miles east of Wake Island (19* N., 172* E.).
       4 a.m.  Witness:  Radio Officer Steffen Soresen, of the S/ Mt.
       Vernon Victory. One "cloud" expanded with a light inside, and
       then accelerated away after several minutes.

       July l1, 1966; Union, Pennsylvania.  7:45 p.m.  Witnesses:  Carl
       Wood and Charles Hawthorne. One large (100' wide, 20' high)
       bright red object with small windows and yellow lights.  The
       object emitted a humming noise, seemingly from the outside, and a
       qrinding noise which seemed to come from inside.  Observed for 1

        July 25, 1966; Vanceboro, North Carolina. 1 a.m. Witness:
       college student James Clark. One object which changed color from
       orange to red to blue to green and back to orange.  Followed
       witness' car at high speed, then stopped and hovered over the
       car.  Rose and flew up and out of sight in less than 5 seconds.
       Entire sighting involved about 1 hour.

       July 31, 1966; Presque Isle State Park, Pennsylvania. 7:25 p.m.
       Witnesses:  Douglas Tibbetts, 16; Betty Klem, 16; Anita Haifley,
       22; and Gerald Labelle, 29. Square or hexagonal object with
       edges lit or reflecting light, came tumbling down from right to
       left.  Stopped 5-10' above the beach and settled heavily down;
       circle of spotlights at top were visible when it was on the
       ground.  Sighting lasted 5 minutes.   .

      Aug. 19, 1966; Donnybrook, North Dakota. 4:50 p.m. Witness:
      U.S. Border Patrolman Don Flickenger.  Round disc with domed top,
      30' in diameter and 15' high, colored white, silvery or aluminum.
      Moved across a valley from the southeast, hovered over a
      reservoir, appeared to land in a small field, then rose up into
      clouds very rapidly.  Sighting lasted 5 minutes.

      Aug. 23, 1966; Columbus, Ohio. 77 p.m.  Witnesses:  Broomall and
      Gilpin. One circular, luminous white object split into five
      objects and all streaked away toward the west.  Sighting lasted
      15 minutes.

      Aug. 26, 1966; Gaylesville, Alabama. 8:50 p.m. Witnesses:  Mr.
      and Mrs. Funk and their three children.  A cluster of four small,
      glowing, orange-yellow lights in a triangular formation, moved
      from east to west for 4.5 minutes.

      Sept. 1, 1966; Willsboro, New York. 2:45 p.m. Witness:  T.H.
      Ridman. One oval object with lights that flashed red and white
      and occasionally blue, travelled west, then disappeared downward.
      It returned, several minutes later, at which time a loud noise
      was heard.  The entire sighting lasted 30 minutes.

      Sept. 6, 1966; Suffolk County AFB, New York. 6:50 p.m.
      Witnesses:  Stahl and Ladesic. One white cylinder of light came
      from the east at high speed, stopped and hovered for 3 minutes,
      and then turned and slowly disappeared.  Sighting lasted 8

      Sept. 9, 1966; Franklin Springs, New York. 9 p.m. Witness:
      Jacobson. One solid object, larger than an army tank, with
      lights all around it, made a low humming sound and disappeared
      into woods at the end of the 30 minute sighting.

      Sept. 13, 1966; Gwinner, North Dakota. 7:30 a.m. Witness:
      Rotenberger. One silvery-grey ellipse with a clear bubble
      protruding from its top, hovered about a mile away, then landed
      within 300 yards and took off very fast.  It made a low-pitched
      whine during the 5 minute sighting.

      Sept. 28, 1966; Wilmington, Ohio. 3:38 p.m. Witness:  Clarke.
      Three round, oval-shaped, aluminum-colored objects with rotating
      rings around them.  Two remained stationary, while the third
      varied its altitude during the 90 second sighting.

      Oct. 5, 1966; Osceola, Wisconsin.  Witnesses:  several members of
      one family. One small, bright orange, moon-shaped object
      remained stationary in the northeast for about 20 minutes, then
      suddenly took off very fast to the WNW.

      Oct. 23, 1966; Southhampton, Long Island, New York. 6 p.m.
      Witness:  Mr Acquino. One object with arms in front of it which
      sparkled like an arc-light.  Traveled south along some power
      lines, then turned southwest.  Made a slight humming sound during
      the 4 minute sighting.

      Oct. 26, 1966; Cold Bay Air Force Station, Alaska. No time
      given.  Witness:  civilian control tower operator Ralston. One
      white object approached runway at 50' altitude.  Runway lights
      were then turned on, and object accelerated and climbed away so
      fast that witness was unable to use binoculars.  Sighting lasted
      3 seconds.

      Nov. 8, 1966; Saginaw, Michigan.  At night. Witness:  college
      graduate Annis. A group of lights that flashed and changed color
      hung stationary, almost touching the road, and would abruptly
      vanish during the 5 minute sighting.

      Dec. 25, 1966; Monroe, Oregon. 33 a.m.  Witnesses:  civilians and
      military persons.  Three round objects, as large as cars, gave
      off vapor, then became three bright reddish-orange lights.  Blast
      at beginning of 90 minute sighting pushed one witness against a

      Feb. 6, 1967; Odessa, Delaware. 8:45 p.m.  Witnesses:  Donald
      and Marie Guseman. One large, Saturn-shaped object--5O' in
      diameter and 20' high--with two bright lights, a green light on
      one side and a red light on the other.  Hovered motionless over
      the trees, then slowly moved north and suddenly disappeared after
      2 minutes.

      Feb. 12, 1967; Grand Rapids, Michigan. 3:40 a.m. Witness:  Mr.
      Lou Atkinson. Four fluorescent, football-shaped objects, a dull,
      almost grey luminous color; flew northeast in a very rigid
      formation for 4-10 seconds.  Made a chirping noise.

      Feb. 16, 1967; Stoughton, Wisconsin.  9:11 p.m.  Witness:  Miss
      Lynn Marsh. One light with faded edges seemed to follow observer
      in her car for 5-6 minutes.

      Feb. 20, 1967; Oxford, Wisconsin.  3:10 a.m.  Witness:  USAF
      veteran/truck driver Stanton Summer. One orange-red object flew
      parallel to truck for 2 minutes.

      Feb. 27, 1967; Grand Haven, Michigan. 8:19 p.m. Witnesses:
      Sheriff Grysen, wife and others.  Large white light, with smaller
      red and green lights seen to the sides.  Made almost
      instantaneous 90^ turn to left, shot out over road and stopped,
      moving too fast to follow.  Sighting lasted 1 hour, 11 minutes.

      March 6, 1967; Benton Harbor, Michigan. 12:01 a.m. Witnesses:
      Jerome Wolanin, assistant news director of radio station and
      former policeman, and wife.  One round saucer or oval-shaped
      object with red, green and yellow lights around bottom rim which
      pulsated red.  Flew level, east to west, and was joined by second
      object from west.  First object opened top, second came over and
      hovered for 30 seconds and disappeared.  Sighting lasted more
      than 40 minutes.  Objects made hissing sound.

      March 6, 1967; Galesburg-Moline, Illinois. 4:25 a.m. Witness:
      Deputy Sheriff Frank Courson. One object shaped like a rubber
      cup which is placed under furniture leg, with a dome set in the
      cup.  Bottom of object spun rapidly, rim pulsated red.  Approached
      witness and passed overhead at low altitude, making a hieeing

      March 9, 1967; Galesburg, Illinois.  7:10 p.m.  Witnesses:  two
      housewives.  One object shaped like a pancake with a rounded top;
      object was pulsating red, with red lights around its rim.
      Approached witnesses and seemed to explode with a brilliant white
      light that lasted 10 seconds and almost blinded them.  Then it
      accelerated to the north and disappeared.

      March 9, 1967; Onawa, Iowa. 9:05 p.m.  Witness:  Jack Lindley.
      One bright white, saucer-shaped object, as big as a jet airliner,
      flew straight and fast to the east for 2 minutes.

      March 22, 1967; Wapello, Iowa. 10:20 p.m.  Witness:  Douglas
      Eutsler, 15. Fluorescent, solid, multicolored lights stood
      still, then flew away at high speed after 1 minute.

      March 24, 1967; Belt, Montana. 99 p.m.  Witness:  truck driver
      Ken Williams. One dome-shaped object, emitting a bright light,
      landed in a ravine.  As the witness approached, it took off and
      settled back, hidden from the highway.  Sighting lasted several

      March 26, 1967; New Winchester, Ohio. 4 p.m. Witnesses:  man,
      woman, three boys.  One oval object, which looked like copper or
      brass with the sun shining on it, flew from southeast to
      northwest with tumbling motion for 30 minutes.

      May 17, 1967; Rural Hall, North Carolina. 8:30 p.m. Witness:
      Red Ledford. One round, orange-colored object, similar in size
      to a small aircraft, zigzagged back and forth over a jet that was
      heading northeast for 5 minutes.

      June 24, 1967; Austin, Texas. 3:12 a.m.  Witness:  artist Ray
      Stanford. One solid, blue-white, elliptical object flew from
      northwest to northeast and stopped, seemingly in response to
      flashlight signal, for 1.5 minutes.  The object then proceeded
      along its original path at high speed and disappeared behind
      clouds. Sighting lasted 9 minutes.

    June 29' 1967; Scotch Plains, New Jersey. 1:30 a.m. Witness:
    truck driver Damon Brown. One oyster-shaped object--2OO' wide,
    and 25-30' thick--with a huge red light at each end and one on
    the bottom, and a row of blue lights along the bottom.  Circled
    m.n aircraft, hovering then moving rapidly, and then followed the
    witness' car for about 500', veered south and departed at great
    speed after 8-10 minutes.

    July 10, 1967; Lizelia, Mississippi.  5:50 p.m.  Witness:  golf
    pro Harold Washington (Capt, USMC, ret.). One object with a
    dome, the top colored gunmetal blue, the bottom the color of old
    lead.  Moved east, crossed the highway tilted upward, moved to
    the right, accelerated and disappeared into the clouds after 3-5
    seconds.  Object made a swishing sound.

    Oct. 18, 1967; Lake Charles, Louisiana. 9 p.m. Witness:  John
    Herbert. One bright, fiery ball flashed four times while moving
    east, just above the tree tops.  Sighting lasted 1 minute.

    Feb. 9, 1968; Groveton, Missouri.  4:20 a.m.  Witness:  Mr. R.W.
    Bland. One object, 100' in diameter, with concave sides having
    "portholes" in the center of each gave off yellow-green light.
    Hovered 25' above ground, then moved rapidly toward the
    southwest.  Gave off pulsating sound, like a length of wire
    whirled at high speed above the head.  Sighting lasted 1-5

    Sept. 15, 1968; near Ocala, Florida. 9:30 p.m. Witness:
    missionary pilot Jay Cole, flying a Beech C-45 twin-engined
    utility plane.  One light performed aerobatics for 15 minutes and
    then vanished.  A second light appeared, heading toward them on a
    collision course, made a 90* turn and disappeared.  Later, ground
    radar told them a target was following them.  Sightings lasted 15

    Nov. 23, 1968. Newton, Georgia.  8:05 p.m.  Witness:  Mr. Jones,
    accountant.  One oblong light, 120-150' wide.  Hovering 75' above
    the ground, it emitted a beam that lit the ground.  Radio gave
    off static, then car engine stopped. Light flew away vertically
    and car engine restarted itself.  Sighting lasted 3-4 minutes.

    Jan. 17, 1969; Crittenden, Virginia.  3:24 a.m.  Witness:  Mr.
    Roman Lupton, test facility mechanic.  Several amber lights--one
    of them blinking--in an elliptical formation, flew forward slowly
    while moving up and down, then turned and disappeared after 2
    minutes.  Made a humming sound.

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