UFO News Article:
“UFO sightings reported here”,
14 May 1977 (Anchorage Daily News, Alaska)
A Northwest Orient Airline crew sighted a UFO near Anchorage, Alaska on 23 April 1977, the Anchorage Daily News reports:
And Terry Siegrist, an air traffic controller at Anchorage International Airport, reported that 4 UFOs appeared on his radar scope about 48 kilometres (30 miles) east of Anchorage. The UFOs came to a full stop before flying off to the east, Siegrist said.
Quote from the article:
“Reports of the eerie sight have been confirmed by the Federal Aviation Administration.”
The UFO incident was uncovered by KANC radio announcer Pat Fullerton.
Aerial view of Anchorage, Alaska
Wednesday, 13 April 2011
UFO News Article:
“Aircrew Survey Project”
by Dr. Richard F. Haines ant Ted Roe, 2001 (NARCAP)
The paper presents the results of a confidential aircrew survey presented to 298 currently rated and flying commercial pilots employed by a U.S. airline, according to Haines and Roe:
With Passengers To Chase UFO,
April 8, 1956, New York State”
Captain Raymond Ryan and First Officer William Neff (American Airlines) followed a UFO across New York State on 8 April 1956, according to NICAP:
The pilots first sighted the UFO over Schenectady, New York.
Satellite photo of
“The 1958 UFO Chronology”, 2006, 2010 (NICAP.org)
The pilot of Capitol Airlines Flight 407 sighted a UFO over Alexandria, Virginia, on 7 October 1958, at 6:02 p.m. EDT, NICAP reports:
John R. Townsend, Special Assistant for Research & Engineering to the Assistant Secretary of Defense also sighted the UFO.
“The Blade’s Daily Forum: Still with Us”,
21 November 1958 (Toledo Blade, Ohio)
Alfred J. Franklin, president of the Toledo Aerial Phenomena Society, reports on several UFO sightings that occurred in 1958:
Quote from the letter:
“Oct. 15, objects seen over several southeastern states by airline pilots and reported to CAA.
A very dramatic sighting occurred on Oct. 3 over central Indiana, when a huge UFO was clearly seen by the five-member crew of a fright train as it followed them for 40 miles from Rossville to Kirklin.”
Franklin’s report is based on a special NICAP bulletin.