Wednesday, 2 February 2011

UFO News Article (Blog):
“Three dozen UFOs near Pittsburgh?”, 2 February 2011
(De Void, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Florida)

Billy Cox reports on a very interesting UFO radar case:

The UFO incident occurred over the western part of Pennsylvania on 24 October 2008, between 2:00 and 4:30 a.m.

Three dozen unknown objects were tracked on Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) radar.

The case is being investigated by radar expert and UFO researcher Glen Schultze.

(Sarasota Herald-Tribune image)
UFO News Article:
“United States UFO Expert to Study Nanton Photos”,
24 November 1967 (The Calgary Herald, Canada)

The Calgary Herald reports that Dr. J. Allen Hynek will
travel to Calgary, Canada to study the Warren Smith UFO

Smith, a prospector, photographed the UFO (two photos)
56 kilometres (35 miles) west of Nanton, Alberta, Canada
on 3 July 1967, at around 5:30 p.m.

Dr. J. Allen Hynek, U.S. Astronomer, the U.S. Air Force's Scientific Consultant on UFOs (1948-1969), UFO Author & Researcher
UFO News Article:
“Taken Near Nanton; RCAF Studies It –
Saucer Photo ‘Best Yet’ ”, 13 October 1967
(The Calgary Herald, Canada)

This is an article regarding several UFO sightings that occurred over the Calgary, Canada, area during the summer and autumn of 1967:,2569943

Quote from the article:
“A Royal Canadian Air Force spokesman says a photo taken in early July by three men prospecting for gold west of Nanton is the best in their files yet and adds that reports of other recent sightings have the ring of authenticity.

The RCAF officer says the color slide, taken by prospector Warren Smith, 27, of 3808 7th St. S.W., July 3, was sent for analysis to Ottawa. Upon being enlarged 50 times it appeared to have a domed saucer shape with a red light at the top and emitted a bluish exhaust which the prospectors themselves could not see.

The RCAF experts said the craft appeared to be about 40 feet across. One of the prospectors claims to have seen an object fall from the craft, and the RCAF spokesman said a helicopter may be sent out to look for it.”

Smith photographed the UFO 56 kilometres (35 miles) west of Nanton, Alberta, Canada.

The article continues on page 2.

UFO photographed near Nanton, Alberta, Canada, by
Warren Smith on 3 July 1967, at around 5:30 p.m.
( photo)
UFO News Article:
“UFO report judged best of 1978”, 23 May 1979
(The Mount Airy News, North Carolina)

Two Charlotte, North Carolina helicopter aviators, Ronald Arey and Howard Dellinger, chased 2 UFOs on 27 December 1977, The Mount Airy News reports:,1408731

Quote from the article:
“It gained additional confirmation with a simultaneous radar-visual tracking of ten to twelve minutes by an air traffic controller at the Douglas Municipal Airport.

The Charlotte incident was investigated by a team of four field investigators of the Mutual UFO Network, Inc, with international headquarters in Seguin, Texas.”

The UFO incident was reported in 1978.

Aerial view of Charlotte, North Carolina
( photo)