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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
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
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 minutes.
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
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 pilot.
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 minutes.
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
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
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
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
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 minutes.
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
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 seconds.
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 sighting.
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
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
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:
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 objects.
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
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 minutes.
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
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
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 minutes.
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
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
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
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 26?
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 minutes.
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 minutes.
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 minutes.
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
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 hours.
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
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.