Friday, 21 April 2017

UFO News Article:
“Buscan nuevo jefe del comité
que investiga OVNIS en Chile”
(“New chief of UFO investigating
committee sought in Chile”)

22 January 2017
(La Voz del Norte, La Serena, Chile)

The article reports on the Committee for the Study of Anomalous Aerial Phenomena (Comité de Estudio de Fenómenos Aéreos Anómalos) (CEFAA).

CEFAA is attached to the General Administration of Civil Aeronautics (Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil) (DGAC).

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UFO Article/U.S. Air Force Base Presentation:
“Subject: Carswell AFB, Texas,
UFO/Nuclear Connection”

By Daniel Wilson, 8 September 2005


Text by Daniel Wilson:
“There is a possible nuclear connection with sightings in and around the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, area due to the proximity to Carswell AFB, a SAC Base, flying B-29, B-50, and B-36 bombers, whose mission was to wage nuclear war on the USSR.  Carswell AFB is approximately 120 miles north of Fort Hood/Killeen Base area and there may have been many nuclear weapon transfers between the two locations. Also, Texas had probably the most Air Force Bases of any state (around 22 bases in the 1940-1950 range).”

Wikipedia article: “Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth”:

Oblique photo of Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base 
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Thursday, 20 April 2017

Google Website Searches:
Focus On UFO Incidents That Have Occurred
At U.S. Air Force Bases/Air Bases/Air Stations

Website: National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (

(Search term: “Air Force Base”)

(“Air Force Bases”)


(“SAC (Strategic Air Command) Base”)

(“SAC Bases”)
UFO case directory:
“Group /Category 9 - Radar Case
Castle AFB, California
Late 1956”


The whole case report:
Richard Hall:
Features: Aerial encounter, Air Force interceptor ‘cat-and-mouse’ UFO pursuit, partial radar confirmation, evidence of official cover-up.

A.A. and J.R., Air Force interceptor pilots (now United Air Lines pilots), were flying F-86’s near Modesto, California, on alert duty due to civilian UFO reports in a nearby town. As they were vectored toward the town, a call came instructing them to return to the base because a UFO was visible from the control tower. Turning on the afterburners, they closed rapidly on a luminous elliptical object that alternately moved above and below a cloud cover at 10,000 to 12,000 feet as if to elude them. The pilots positioned themselves one above and one below the clouds and took turns chasing the UFO as it emerged on their side of the clouds.

During the chase they saw the UFO from various angles, sometimes closing to within an estimated few hundred yards before it accelerated away from them again. In plan form, the UFO appeared circular. Ground radar at Madera was tracking the F-86’s, but not the UFO. Both pilots got transient returns from their airborne radars, but were puzzled by the curious way in which they lost the echo almost as soon as they picked it up.

Running low on fuel, A. A. started descending to land. When he looked back up and saw that the UFO was now following his wing mate, he elected to go back up despite his fuel situation. Then the UFO shot off and disappeared in the distance terminating the sighting. The pilots were debriefed by several officers flown in from another base who seemed to be seeking ‘confirmation not information,’ as if they knew just what they wanted to find out. The pilots were told not to discuss the sighting with each other, nor to make any kind of statement about it. Local citizens, who had seen the UFO and heard the roaring jets, were told that the pilots had been chasing ducks or geese.

Special significance: Numerous cases are known to the author in which military witnesses were debriefed by officers who displayed detailed knowledge of UFOs and sometimes carried notebooks of UFO photographs and drawings for identification purposes.”

Wikipedia article: “Castle Air Force Base”:

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USGS digital orthophoto of Castle Airport (formerly Castle Air Force Base) in Merced, California, United States 
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Wednesday, 19 April 2017

U.S. Government UFO Document:
DATE: 2 May 1957/
LOCATION: Edwards AFB, California”

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

Source:, Lindon, Utah

Quote from the document:
“One aluminum or metallic disk shaped object the size of a basketball at arm’s length. Object had translucent glow. Object traveled in an easterly direction for 25 minutes.”

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UFO photographed (by the U.S. Air Force) at Edwards Air Force Base, Edwards, California, on 2 May 1957 
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UFO Case Directory (IMCAT):
“Category 08, Photographic / Video Images
Edwards AFB Case
May 2, 1957
Edwards AFB, California”


The whole case report:
Brad Sparks:
May 2, 1957. Edwards AFB, Calif. (BBU 4715)
6:55-7:20 a.m. (PDT). James D. Bittick and John R. Gettys, Jr., civilian phototheodolite operators, were driving by truck to Askania Site #4 when they sighted an object above them about 500 yards away. They radioed a report to their supervisor Frank Baker who told them to set up the camera and try to film the object, which they did after about 10 mins. They photographed what they described as a golden luminous domed-saucer shaped object with holes or ports around the dome about 100 ft in diameter about 1 mile in the distance to the N headed E (photos show multiple? objects). (My emphasis) Available phototheodolite frames 614, 620 and 651 (609 too blurred, cutoff) show azimuth 10°28' elevation 2°24' shifting E to azimuth 40°30' elevation 1°0'. Disappeared at about 5 miles. Possible jet fighter interception. [Possible weather balloon with slow leak, explanation denied by Edwards AFB Colonel Klein (sp?) analyzing actual tracking of balloon and wind direction.] (My emphasis) (Tom Tulien; Jan Aldrich; McDonald 1968 pp. 75, 85; Loren Gross Mar-May 1957 pp. 67-68; IUR Oct 2005) 25 mins 2 witnesses 8 Full Moons? photo-theodolite

Fran Ridge:
This is McDonald case #41 and BB case # 4715. The implications of what Cooper has said on camera is very interesting, if true (See YouTubes below). In 1957, when Cooper was 30 and a captain, he was assigned to Fighter Section of the Experimental Flight Test Engineering Division at Edwards Air Force Base in California. He acted as a test pilot and project manager. But nowhere in the documentation below is Cooper mentioned, so therefore we must assume this was another case.  (Cooper’s report).

Mike Swords:
The issue is that Max Miller wrote [at the time] that the case occurred on May 3rd. Later one of the witnesses told McDonald that it occurred on May 3rd. [even drew him a picture of the UFO with the May 3rd date labeling it]. Then McDonald, who had correspondence wherein he said ‘May 3rd,’  went to the Project Blue Book files and said that the official documents there said May 2nd. *”

The case directory contains four U.S. Air Force UFO photos.

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Aerial view of Edwards Air Force Base, Edwards, California
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Tuesday, 18 April 2017

News Article:
“Cattle mutilations back”

1 March 2002
(Great Falls Tribune, Montana)

The article reports on several 2001 Montana cattle mutilation incidents.

Four of the cattle mutilation incidents are reported on in detail. All these mutilations occurred in the area between the towns of Dupuyer, Valier and Conrad (Pondera County).

The following farmers/ranchers experienced cattle mutilations: Glen and Ruby Bouma, Conrad area farm, late October 2001; Everett King, Valier area ranch, October 2001; New Miamy Colony, located 29 kilometres (18 miles west) of Conrad, October 2001; Jim VandenBos, Valier area ranch, September 2001.

Quote from the article:
“Ranchers reported four mutilations between June and August (2001). Since then, there have been 11 more, and investigators are still searching for answers.

The mutilations went away on the ‘90s but began again this summer.

Also strange is that in most cases, no tracks or footprints were detected around the animals’ bodies, even in mud or snow.”

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Sunday, 16 April 2017

UFO News Article:
“UFOs over Wyoming:
Reports from the 1950s and ‘60s”

7 December 2015
(Casper Star Tribune, Wyoming)

The Casper Star Tribune takes a look at the U.S. Air Force’s Project Blue Book.

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Magazine Issues:

(Project Stigma, Paris, Texas)

Source: Archives For the Unexplained (, Norrköping, Sweden

The magazine’s subtitle read “The Project Stigma report on the continuing investigation into the occurrence of animal mutilations.”

Project Stigma was run by the late Thomas (Tom) R. Adams.

Adams was one of the pioneer cattle/animal mutilation investigators.

Many of the articles in the magazine point out that there is a connection between animal mutilations and UFOs.

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UFO News Article:
“ ‘I’ve got to think it’s UFOs’ ”

7 January 2006
(Casper Star Tribune, Wyoming)

The article reports on cattle mutilations that have occurred in Colorado throughout the years.

Truckton (El Paso County) area rancher James Richard White had one of his cows mutilated in January 1996. White reported that he had seen black, noiseless helicopters in the area – and on the night that the mutilation occurred, his television flickered.

Tructon is located 57 kilometres (35 miles) south east of Colorado Springs.

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Saturday, 15 April 2017

UFO News Article:
“Cattle mutilations: Legitimate lore
or cold-file mysteries”

19 September 2015
(The Taos News, New Mexico)

The article reports on the history of cattle mutilations in New Mexico.

Many people in New Mexico hypothesize that UFOs are behind the cattle mutilations. In addition – the article says that the mutilations often are associated with people observing strange lights in the sky, white, blue and red orbs and objects which fly at hundreds if not thousands of miles per hour.

I also reported on this news article on 1 November 2015.

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UFO News Article:
“UFOs, mutilated cows and Oregon:
What’s the link? (photos)”

18 February 2016
(, Portland, Oregon)

The first part of the article reports on the five cattle mutilations experienced (between June and October 1990) by Vancouver, Washington, farmer Richard Fazio.

Oregon State University analysed the mutilated cattle – and found that the injuries on the animals most likely were caused by someone using heat-induced technology.

The article also contains an interview with animal mutilation investigator Christopher O’Brien.

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Thursday, 13 April 2017

Google Searches:
Focus On News Articles About
Cattle/Animal Mutilation

(Search term: “Cattle Mutilation” site:com/news)

(“Cattle Mutilations” site:com/news)

(“Cow Mutilation” site:com/news)

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News article:
“District Attorney, Nevada lab investigate cattle mutilations”

20 March 1998
(Las Vegas Sun, Nevada)

The article reports that the office of John Paternoster, District Attorney for New Mexico’s Eight District (Taos and Colfax Counties, Northern New Mexico), has teamed up with the National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS) in a cattle mutilation investigation (tissue testing).

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Wednesday, 12 April 2017

UFO News Article:
“ ‘Ghost ships’ still puzzle experts at missile base”

17 July 1974
(The Star-Phoenix, Saskatoon, Canada)

Source: The UFO Chronicles, 30 November 2016

The whole article:
“Experts at a missile base here say they are puzzled about strange ‘ghost ships’ picked up by powerful radar scanners in the Pacific during a tracking exercise last year.

There has been little official comment on what the scientists found. But Major Dallas van Hoose, the army’s base spokesman, confirmed that ‘some unexplained aerial phenomena’ were observed last August (1973).

Scientists, many of whom are reluctant to be named in interviews because of general public skepticism concerning unidentified flying objects, say privately they have been unable to find any explanation for the ‘ghost ships.’

‘We have never seen anything precisely like this before,’ said one ballistic missile defense expert who works for an army agency here and is familiar with the advanced radar used to test missiles and warheads.

Huntsville houses the army’s ballistic missile defense systems command, which analyses results of missile test (tests) in the Kwajalein Atoll region of the Marshall Island Trust Territory held by the United States.

Last August, the air force launched a Minuteman intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) from Vandenberg Air Force Base aimed for the Kwajalein missile range, used by the army, air force, and navy.

When the ICBM was screaming toward the Pacific test site, it bagan its descent on a normal, ballistic trajectory, scientists said.

The nose cone had separated from the third stage of the missile and was entering the atmosphere at 22,000 feet a second.

Radar scanners at Kwajalein and Meck Islands were tracking the nose cone routinely.

At about 400,000 feet, the radar experts in the Pacific found they were also tracking an unidentified flying object next to the ICBM’s nose cone.

Radar picked up an inverted saucer-shaped object to the right and above the descending nose cone and watched it cross the warhead’s trajectory to a point which was below and to the left of it before the phantom disappeared.

The ghost ship was described as being 10 feet high and 40 feet long.

So far, none of the experts here believe the ghost ship was a natural phenomenon caused by freak weather conditions or echoes commonly seen on radar screens.”

This news article is also presented (Page 69) in the book, The UFO Cover-Up (Fawcett, Greenwood).

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Google Searches:
Focus On Argentina Cattle/Animal Mutilations

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“Mutilaciones” (Mutilations) “Ganado” Argentina)

(“Mutilación” “Vaca” (Cow) Argentina)

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(“Mutilations” “2002” Argentina)

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