Wednesday, 14 November 2012

UFO News Article: 
“The Unexplained: More On UFO ‘Fallout’ ”,
2 August 1981 (The Pittsburgh Press, Pennsylvania)

The Pittsburgh Press informs on a UFO incident that occurred 
over the Naval Auxiliary Air Station near San Diego, California 
on 16 December 1966, at around 9:30 p.m.:

Quote from the article:
“Ensign John Schmitt described them (3 unknown objects) as being bright, round, yellow objects up about 50,000 feet and flying in a triangular formation.”

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UFO News Article: 
“Channel 5 Tapes Broadcast
With Area UFO Investigator”, 6 October 1981 
(The Argus-Press, Owosso, Michigan)

This is an article about the UFO research work of Jim Wilson, an investigator for the Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS):

Quote from the article:
Wilson said he spoke to Fabian briefly about his latest investigation, which concerns a string of sightings taking place about 10-10:30 p.m. Sept. 14 (1981) from Port Huron to Swartz Creek.

Dozens of witnesses have come forth on that sighting, said Wilson, adding that six police officers are among the witnesses.”

Swartz Creek is situated 114 kilometres (71 miles) west of Port Huron.

NOTE: The newspaper date is 6 October 1981.

Port Huron, Michigan” (

Swartz Creek, Michigan” (

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UFO News Article: 
“Colored UFO Reported at Tree-Top Level”,
30 October 1966 (The Bonham Daily Favorite, Texas)

Several hundred people, including police officers, reported seeing UFOs over the eastern Long Island (New York) area on 28 and 29 October 1966, The Bonham Daily Favorite reports:

One of the UFOs was photographed.

Quote from the article:
“The callers reported seeing a white cylindrical object with red and green lights hovering anywhere from 200 feet above the ground to tree-top level. Some said it emitted screeching noise.”

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