Friday, 13 April 2012

UFO TV News Report:
“Chile y Uruguay firman acuerdo de
cooperaci√≥n para el estudio de Ovnis”
(“Chile and Uruguay sign cooperation
agreement for the study of UFOs”),
5 April 2012 (Meganoticias, Mega, Santiago, Chile)

Meganoticias reports on the new research agreement between
the two government UFO research organisations, CEFAA (organisation within the Chilean Civil Aviation Department) and CRIDOVNI (organisation within the Uruguayan Air Force):

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UFO News Article:
“Flying Saucer Story Stirs Marine Base at Quantico”,
4 January 1954
(The Free Lance-Star, Fredericksburg, Virginia)

On New Year’s Eve, 1953, two Marine Corps Base Quantico (Virginia) sentries sighted a UFO that landed near Camp Barratt (24 kilometres (15 miles) from the main Quantico base), The Free Lance-Star reports:,66994

Map of Quantico, Virginia (
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UFO News Article:
“Hovering, Blinking UFO Stirs Caribou, Air Base”,
17 November 1975
(The Lewiston Daily Sun, Lewiston-Auburn, Maine)

This is an article regarding a mass UFO sighting that occurred over North-Eastern Maine on 16 November 1975:,2404377

The UFO was sighted by four Caribou police officers, one state Civil Defense officer, three Aroostook County deputy sheriffs, on duty personnel at Loring Air Force Base (Limestone), several police officers from communities of Limestone and Fort Fairfield and one civilian.

Quote from the article:
“An unidentified airman at the Strategic Air Command base in Limestone told Caribou police that an unidentified object had appeared briefly on a radar screen, but appeared to be across the border 15 miles away in Canada.”

The article continues on page 5 (Google news).

The town of Caribou is situated 12 kilometres (7.5 miles) south-west of Loring Air Force Base.

Loring Air Force Base was closed as an active U.S. Air Force installation in 1994.

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Map of Maine (maine-road-map)
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UFO News Article:
“Litchfield buzzing with talk of

UFO falling into Bantam Lake”,
12 April 2012 (New Haven Register, Connecticut)

On 10 April 2012, at around 2:00 a.m., an unknown object was sighted over Litchfield, Connecticut by a civilian, the New Haven Register reports:

At about the same time, a state trooper ten miles away in Warren (west of Litchfield) called dispatchers to report that an object fell out of the sky and landed near Bantam or Morris (6 kilometres (3.8 miles) south of Litchfield), according to an AP story.

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