Saturday, 28 May 2016

UFO Website:
“UFO-RINGEN” (Norway)


UFO-RINGEN (run by Aina Størksen) is a website about the early October 1975 Espevær (island), Norway, UFO ring:


English translation:


NOTE: It is the circumference of the circle that measures 63 metres (see “HISTORY”).

Related posts:

realtvufos.blogspot.com/search?q=Espevær





(uforingen.com photo)

UFO TV Report:
New NRK TV Report On the
1975 Espevær, Norway, UFO Ring


27 May 2016
(NRK, Oslo, Norway)

The UFO ring was discovered in early October 1975.

Espevær (island) is situated 17 kilometres north-west of Haugesund, on the west coast of Norway.

The Espevær UFO ring can be found at these coordinates:
59°35'42.50"N 5°8'51.40"E (Google Earth)


NRK (Norsk Rikskringkasting) is Norway’s state broadcaster.

Related posts:

realtvufos.blogspot.com/search?q=Espevær

















Aina Størksen, owner of an Espevær UFO ring website 
(youtube.com image)










The October 1975 Espevær, Norway, UFO ring
(Google.com/Panoramio.com photo)









A delegation from the Norwegian Armed Forces investigating the Espevær UFO ring on 22 April 1976 (photo from the newspaper, Bergens Tidende) (neti.ws image)

Friday, 27 May 2016

UFO Journal Issue:
“UFO Investigator”


October 1973
(National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena, Kensington, Maryland)

Source: ufodocarchive.org (CUFOS.org)
























Map of Georgia (lib.utexas.edu)
(lib.utexas.edu image)

Thursday, 26 May 2016

Wednesday, 25 May 2016

U.S. Government UFO Document:
“PROJECT 10073 RECORD CARD:
DATE: 22 June 1954/
LOCATION: Miami Beach, Florida”


(Project Blue Book, U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C.)

Source: Fold3.com, Lindon, Utah

Quote from the document (Page 1):
“Bright white – sudden drop then hovered. Gradually faded away in same position.”

The UFO incident was reported by a U.S. military witness (a U.S. Marine Corps Reserve (USMCR) Major (name blacked out)).

The UFO was also sighted by Major James Wilkins, according to the document.

The witnesses watched the unknown object from the beach.

The case is listed as “UNIDENTIFIED.”

https://www.fold3.com/image/8714062




















Satellite photo of Miami Beach, Florida (tageo.com)
(tageo.com photo)

Google Website Searches:
Focus On Project Blue Book
Documents Mentioning Beach


Website: Fold3.com (Lindon, Utah):


https://www.google.com/search?num=100&q=“a+Beach”+UFO+site:fold3.com



















(ufos.homestead.com image)

Tuesday, 24 May 2016

UFO News Article:
“Ten years later – UFO seen again”


14 October 1976
(North Island Gazette, Port Hardy, Canada)

The whole article:
“Four Malcolm Island (British Columbia, Canada) residents saw what they think may have been an Unidentified Flying Object in the night sky here last Friday (8 October 1976).

A solitary light, varying in intensity and color and moving erratically between sky and sea level at different rates of speed, was watched by several of the people between 9:30 p.m. and midnight.

The most vivid description of the sighting was given by 21 year old Kati Brauer who said that she was walking the beach near the ball park when she first noticed the phenomenon.

‘It first appeared in the sky toward Port Hardy (Vancouver Island),’ Brauer said, ‘and then it went out. I thought it was just a light but then it again reappeared near Pulteney Point. It seemed to hover there and then zoomed off and I heard a whirring sound sort of like a computer.’

A friend of Brauer’s, Brian Brigden was also on the beach and told her that he too had seen the strange light earlier on. While they were walking, the light appeared again but this time it was back in the direction of Port Hardy.

This time it looked like a ‘red and yellow flame with a concave triangle inside it.’ Brauer said that at one point she felt that there were also green streaks inside the ball of light.

‘I didn’t know what it could be but it was moving very fast when it did change direction,’ she said. ‘It vanished again after getting real dim and then appeared again almost directly across the strait at Port McNeill.’

Brauer said that the object was quite big, about ‘half the size of the moon’ and went from up near the clouds to down close to the water. While close to Port McNeill the light seemed to break into smaller segments of red and green and then changed into a more perpendicular form.

The column of light then moved away from McNeill and toward Malcolm Island. As it started moving toward the island, Brauer said that she watched it intently. She estimated that it took about 20 minutes to move from Soldier Point to Malcolm Island and then moved down the beach away from the watching pair.

‘All of a sudden the whole thing went out and this indigo blue dome shimmered on the water where the light had been,’ Brauer said. ‘It was about half way between Pulteney Point and the Sointula breakwater before it again disappeared.’

The Port McNeill ferry that they also could see approaching the island pulled into the dock and unloaded its passengers. As the ferry left, the light became visible once more and burned from blue to white and then a bright red before it again went out.

Mr. and Mrs. Hermanson who had been on the ferry also saw the light on their way home.

Stopping on the beach where Brauer and Brigden were, they saw what Valerie Hermanson described to the Gazette as a bright flickering light.

‘I don’t think that it moved while I was watching it,’ she said, ‘but it would disappear and then reappear elsewhere.’ She described the location of the glowing ball as being on the Port Hardy side of Port McNeill and fairly close to the water.

‘It was about the size of a grapefruit and was really strange,’ said Hermanson. ‘I’ve never seen anyting like it before. Although it was really bright, it would fade out like the wind fluttering the flame of a candle.’

Hermanson said that she was a skeptic about UFOs or flying saucers but she didn’t have any idea what it could have been. At 2 a.m. the next morning she was awakened by her baby and again noticed the light but this time it was much higher in the sky.

Mrs. Hermanson’s husband was not available for comment as he was out fishing and the Gazette was unable to contact the other eyewitness, Brian Brigden.

Brauer was much more certain of what had been seen and said that in her mind it clearly was a UFO.

‘I’ve seen UFO before,’ she said, ‘and I know that I heard it (Friday’s sighting) when it was on the water.’

Port Hardy airport Ministry of Transport personnel said that the only aircraft that were in the area at the time were a coast guard patrol plane and Pacific Western’s late Friday night flight. Both these planes would have passed out of sight though by 10:30 p.m.

Although it was a full moon that night, overcast conditions at 4,800 feet obscured it from view.

Brauer said that she hadn’t seen the moon at all that night and the lights moved faster than any aircraft she’d ever watched. A number of teens also said that they had witnessed the strange lights when Brauer mentioned the sighting several days later.”





















Satellite photo of Malcolm Island, Canada (tageo.com)
(tageo.com photo)

Monday, 23 May 2016

Google Website Searches:
Focus On UFO Incidents At Beaches


Website: UFO Casebook (ufocasebook.com):

(Search term: “On the Beach”)

(“On Beach”)

(“At the Beach”)

(“At Beach”)

(“Over the Beach”)

(“Over Beach”)

(“Above the Beach”)

(“Above Beach”)

(“Near the Beach”)

(“a Beach”)

(“Beach Resort”)

(“Beach Hotel”)

Website: UFOINFO.com:

(“On the Beach”)

(“On Beach”)

(“At the Beach”)

(“At Beach”)

(“Over the Beach”)

(“Over Beach”)

(“Above the Beach”)

(“Above Beach”)

(“Near the Beach”)

(“a Beach”)

Website: UFO DNA (thecid.com/ufo):

(“On the Beach”)

(“On Beach”)

(“At the Beach”)

(“At Beach”)

(“Over the Beach”)

(“Over Beach”)

(“Above the Beach”)

(“Above Beach”)

(“Near the Beach”)

(“a Beach”)

UFOINFO.com UFO case report:
“June 18, 1974 – At 3:30 p.m. on a sunny afternoon a strange metallic flying object flew around over the sea off the State of Santa Catarina, Brazil. It was at a distance of some thousand metres or so from the shore at Navegantes. After hovering for some six minutes above the sea, it veered at a 90 degree angle towards the beach and then dropped into the sea. Fisherman Avelino Severiano Generosa, age 46, his parents, his wife, and his nine children were all on the beach when they saw the silent, bright shiny object flying very low along the shore. It remaining stationary for six minutes, then it dropped into the sea. He at once put out in his motor-launch to the area, but found only foam on the sea where the object had disappeared. There were twenty other people on the beach who also saw the object, but none of the others had the courage to go out in the boat to see what was happening. Days later Celso Lemkuni, a diver, tried to make a dive to locate the object, but had no success owing to the strong winds lashing the coast. (Source: Gordon Creighton, ‘Alleged Kidnappings and Other Matters,’ FSR, March-April 1975, pp. 21-22, citing O Dia, July 12, 1974).”

http://www.ufoinfo.com/onthisday/June18.html




















Satellite photo of Navegantes, Brazil (tageo.com)
(tageo.com image)

Sunday, 22 May 2016

Google Website Searches:
Focus On UFO Incidents At Beaches


Website: National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP.org):

(Search term: “On the Beach”)

(“On Beach”)

(“At the Beach”)

(“Over the Beach”)

(“Over Beach”)

(“Above the Beach”)

(“Above Beach”)

(“Near the Beach”)

(“Near Beach”)
(“a Beach”)

(“Beach Resort”)







(NICAP.org image)

Website: National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC.org):

(“On the Beach”)

(“On Beach”)

(“At the Beach”)

(“At Beach”)

(“Over the Beach”)

(“Over Beach”)

(“Above the Beach”)

(“Above Beach”)

(“Near the Beach”)

(“a Beach”)










(NUFORC.org image)

Saturday, 21 May 2016

UFO News Article:
“ ‘Just The Facts’ On UFOs”


18 February 1968
(St. Petersburg Times, Florida)

The article reports on Mort Young’s book, “UFO: TOP SECRET” (Publisher: Essandress Special Editions, 1967):


Quote from the article:
“Of all the books on the subject, his is certainly the most concise and tightly reasoned.”



















(amazon.com image)

Friday, 20 May 2016

Google Website Searches:
Focus On UFO Incidents At Interstate Highways:
I-16, I-17, I-19, I-20, I-22, I-24, I-25 and I-26
(Main Interstate Routes)


U.S Department of Transportation (USDOT):
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA):
FHWA Route Log and Finder List”:

http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/planning/national_highway_system/interstate_highway_system/routefinder/index.cfm

FHWA Route Log and Finder List:
Table 1: Main Routes of the Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways ”:

Interstate 16 (I-16) (Georgia), Interstate 17 (I-17) (Arizona), Interstate 19 (I-19) (Arizona), Interstate 20 (I-20) (Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina), Interstate 22 (I-22) (Mississippi, Alabama), Interstate 24 (I-24) (Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia), Interstate 25 (I-25) (New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming), Interstate 26 (I-26) (North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee).

Website: National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC.org):

(Search term: Interstate 16 (I-16) (Georgia))

(I-16 (Georgia))

(Interstate 17 (I-17) (Arizona))

(I-17 (Arizona))

(Interstate 19 (I-19) (Arizona))

(I-19 (Arizona))

(Interstate 20 (I-20) (Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina))

(I-20 (Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, 
South Carolina))

(Interstate 22 (I-22) (Mississippi, Alabama)) 
(no cases as of 20 May 2016)

(I-22 (Mississippi, Alabama)) 
(no cases as of 20 May 2016)

(Interstate 24 (I-24) (Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia))

(I-24 (Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia))

(Interstate 25 (I-25) (New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming))

(I-25 (New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming))

(Interstate 26 (I-26) (North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee))

(I-26 (North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee))

Website: UFO DNA (thecid.com/ufo)
(NOTE: Most of the reports come from NUFORC.org):

(Interstate 16 (I-16) (Georgia))

(I-16 (Georgia))

(Interstate 17 (I-17) (Arizona))

(I-17 (Arizona))

(Interstate 19 (I-19) (Arizona))

(I-19 (Arizona))

(Interstate 20 (I-20) (Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina)) 
(no cases as of 20 May 2016)

(I-20 (Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, 
South Carolina))

(Interstate 22 (I-22) (Mississippi, Alabama)) 
(no cases as of 20 May 2016)

(I-22 (Mississippi, Alabama)) 
(no cases as of 20 May 2016)

(Interstate 24 (I-24) (Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia))

(I-24 (Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia))

(Interstate 25 (I-25) (New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming))

(I-25 (New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming))

(Interstate 26 (I-26) (North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee))

(I-26 (North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee))

NOTE: I-22 (omitted from the U.S. Interstate Highway System Map): Mississippi (Tupelo, New Albany, Holly Springs), Alabama (Birmingham).

Related post:

google-website-searches-focus-on-ufo_17.html








U.S. Interstate Highway System Map (wikimedia.org)
(wikimedia.org image)