Saturday, 31 August 2013

UFO Journal Issue:
“U.F.O. Investigator”

Vol. IV, No. 3, November-December 1967
(National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena, Washington, D.C.)


The issue contains the articles, “AF-Colorado Contract Casts New Light On UFO Project,” “Sighting Evidence Grows,” “Hynek Takes Stronger Stand,” “University UFO Course,” “Large Soviet UFO Project Started,” “Library Microfilm Clippings,” “Project ‘Sign’ Report” and “Report On 1947 Wave Published”:

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UFO Journal Issue:
“U.F.O. Investigator”

Vol. IV, No. 2, October 1967
(National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena, Washington, D.C.)


Some of the articles in this issue are: “CONG. WYMAN PUSHES CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS,” “Worldwide Sightings Showing Increase,” “COLORADO PROJECT,” “AF Explanation Backfires,” “Scientific UFO Symposium,” “Report On 1947 Sighting Wave To Be Published In November” and “AF Steps Up UFO Debunking”:

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UFO Journal Issue:
“U.F.O. Investigator”

Vol. IV, No. 1, May-June 1967
(National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena, Washington, D.C.)


The issue contains the articles, “Canadian Minister Speaks,” “Colorado Project Expanding,” “Robertson Report Released” “British Radar/Visual Case” and “1947 Sighting Wave Report”:

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Friday, 30 August 2013

UFO Journal Issue:
“U.F.O. Investigator”

Vol. III, No. 12, March-April 1967
(National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena, Washington, D.C.)


The issue contains the articles, “Colorado Progress Report,” “SCIENTIFIC DEBATE GROWS,” “SOVIETS ADMIT UFO INTEREST,” “UFO Over NASA Station,” “FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) CONFIRMS RADAR CASE,” “Pilot Flies Near Saucer,” “GI’s Observe Formation,” “Influential Groups Discuss UFOs” and “Air Force Issues Warning”:

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UFO Journal Issue:
“U.F.O. Investigator”

Vol. III, No. 11, January-February 1967
(National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena, 
Washington, D.C.)


The issue contains the articles, “MAJOR SIGHTING WAVE,” “COLORADO PROJECT OPERATIONS,” “HYNEK SPEAKS OUT,” “NICAP Director Addresses Scientists” and “UFO Publicity High”:

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UFO Radio Interview:
Richard H. Hall

13 May 1995 
(Dark Matters Radio, U.S.A.)

Host Don Ecker and co-host Dwight Schultz interview the U.S. UFO researcher Richard H. Hall:

In this interview (starts at 20 minutes into the programme), Hall mentions the massive UFO wave of 1967.

The late Richard H. Hall, former NICAP Assistant Director,
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UFO Report:
“The 1967 UFO Chronology
– The ‘Mother of all Sighting Waves’ ”

Created: 18 September 2006, 
Updated: 3 November 2012 

The UFO chronology contains several case reports about UFO incidents that involve U.S. military personnel:

Quote from the report:
“March 2, 1967; White Sands Missile Range, NM
10:25 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. MST. Two radars plotted 20 silver objects, radar blips at 7 mile altitude. News blackout invoked by military (section I).  Twenty-nine people reported seeing one or more objects in groups, ranging in appearance from silvery objects flying overhead to a saucer-shaped object.”

Wikipedia article: “White Sands Missile Range”:

Quote from the Wikipedia article:
“White Sands Missile Range (WSMR) is a United States Army rocket range of almost 3,200 square miles (8,300 km2) in parts of five counties in southern New Mexico. The largest military installation in the United States, WSMR includes the Oscura Range and the WSMR Otero Mesa bombing range. WSMR and the 600,000-acre (2,400 km2) McGregor Range Complex at Fort Bliss to the south, form a contiguous swath of territory for military testing.”

Map of White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico 
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U.S. Government UFO Document:

(U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C.)


“The list provides the dates, locations, and Blue Book case numbers for the incidents,” informs:

The list contains 564 UFO cases (many cases involve U.S. Air Force bases) (date range: 24 June 1947-17 January 1969).

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Wednesday, 28 August 2013

UFO Paper:
“The Sighting Wave of 1967 – Indiana
– A NICAP Subcommittee Investigation”

By Francis L. Ridge (

Francis L. Ridge also presents case reports on several Illinois (including the 9 March 1967 Moline, Illinois (police officer UFO film), case), Missouri and Tennessee UFO incidents:

Related posts:


UFO filmed at Moline, Illinois, on March 9th, a sample of incidents outside Indiana during the wave of 1967. (text by ( image)

UFO News Article:
“UFO Examined Through Binoculars At Flagstaff”

5 August 1965 (Prescott Evening Courier, Arizona)

The article reports on the UFOs which were sighted in the Flagstaff (Arizona) area on the night of 4 August 1965:

Quote from the article:
“Ford (Bob Ford) said the pulsating object changed from red to green and, when viewed through binoculars, had a definite saucer shape. It was seen between 9:30 and 10:30, he said.

At the same time, four men from the Navajo Ordnance Depot reported seeing a saucer-shaped object south of Flagstaff. They said the object was red and green and emitted alternating white and blue flashes.

The four said they too used binoculars and detected a saucer shape.”

“Flagstaff, Arizona” (

Map of Coconino County, Arizona, highlighting Flagstaff

Tuesday, 27 August 2013

U.S. Government UFO Document:
DATE: 2 Jan 59/LOCATION: Anniston, Alabama”

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

Source:, Lindon, Utah

Two civilian guards sighted a spherical shaped UFO which manoeuvred over the Anniston Ordnance Depot (now Anniston Army Depot) (North-Eastern Alabama) on 2 January 1959 (or 3 January) (the document mentions both dates), at 7:00 p.m., according to the Project Blue Book document:

“2 Jan 1959 – Anniston, Alabama, USA” (UFO DNA):

“History: Anniston Army Depot (ANAD)” (

Wikipedia article: “Anniston Army Depot”:

“Anniston, Alabama” (

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Map of Calhoun County, Alabama, highlighting Anniston
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UFO Magazine Article:

By Frances Anne Ecker
(Ufologist (Palatka, Florida), Volume 8, No. 4, 1993)

Frances Anne Ecker writes about the October 1992 to April 1993 cattle mutilation incidents (and the 1989 UFO flap) that occurred in North-Eastern Alabama (DeKalb and Marshall Counties):

“DeKalb County, Alabama (AL)” (

“Marshall County, Alabama (AL)” (

Map of Alabama (
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Sunday, 25 August 2013

UFO Report:
“The 1976 UFO Chronology”


The report contains information about several UFO incidents that were witnessed by U.S. military personnel: also presents U.S. government documents which relate to the above-mentioned cases.

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Saturday, 24 August 2013

UFO Article (Blog):
“UFOlogy : What Is It?”

By Dr. Michael D. Swords, 8 January 2010
(The Big Study)

“I believe that you begin by defining the field conservatively [based on the tonnage of USAF, NICAP, APRO, McDonald, CUFOS, Dick Hall, Keith Basterfield, Bill Chalker, GEPAN, etc. etc. etc. data ‘in the books’] and then as rigorously as possible analyze whether a new thing qualifies,” Michael D. Swords writes:

Michael D. Swords, Ph.D.,
U.S. Chemist, Biochemist &
UFO Researcher
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Thursday, 22 August 2013

UFO Article & Video:
“New Stephenville, Texas, UFO radar data video”

By Harold Daniel, 15 August 2013
(UFO Sightings Report)

Harold Daniel presents the UFO radar data video and explains how he made it:

It was the Mutual UFO Network that acquired the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and National Weather Service radar data.

The Stephenville UFO incident occurred on 8 January 2008.

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UFO Article (Blog):
“The Air Force Investigates The Flying Disks”

By Dr. Michael D. Swords, 1 September 2009
(The Big Study)

Michael D. Swords informs about the first inquiries (in 1947) the U.S. Air Force made into UFOs:

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UFO Article (Blog):
“Car effects case in newly available RAAF file”

By Keith Basterfield, 21 August 2013
(UFOs – scientific research, Campbelltown,
New South Wales, Australia)

Keith Basterfield reports on the fifth and final Department of Defence UAP file (5/3/1 Air Part 11, with a date range beyond 1984)  he has received:

The file originated with Headquarters RAAF Base Pearce. The base is situated in Bullsbrook, north of Perth, Western Australia.

On 13 June 1985, at around 5:15 a.m., Arthur John Barber encountered a UFO while driving south on the Old Coast Road (near Lake Clifton, Western Australia), according to the RAAF file. The bright orange UFO, which was estimated to be about 300-400 yards away, followed the car for several kilometres. Barber noticed the following physiological effects: Heat, upset stomach and smell.

Wikipedia article: “RAAF Base Pearce”:

The official badge of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) 

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Wednesday, 21 August 2013

UFO News Article:
“Strange ‘Blinking Object’
Soars Over Los Alamos Atomic” Center

7 October 1950 (The Sun, Lowell, Massachusetts)
(The UFO Chronicles, 20 August 2013)

The UFO was sighted over the Los Alamos nuclear facility on 
12 September 1950, according to the article:

The incident was witnessed by Lee Robinson and eight other employees of the Armex Construction Company.

Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico
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UFO Journal Issue:
“MUFON UFO Journal”

Number 281, September 1991
(Mutual UFO Network, Seguin, Texas)

The article, “Looking Back” (by Bob Gribble) contains a UFO case report about a 7 September 1976 radar/visual UFO incident that involve radar operators of the 754th Radar Squadron at Port Austin (Michigan) Air Force Station (now closed) and NORAD officers:

The whole UFO case report:
1976 ‘Radar operators of the 754th Radar Squadron at Port Austin, Michigan Air Force Station, reported tracking five unknown objects for about 30 minutes early on the morning of the seventh,’ according to Major William Frensley, an information officer at North American Aerospace Defense Command headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He also confirmed that two police officers and a civilian who observed the UFOs from the ground were questioned by NORAD. The UFOs were first reported to the police at 9:30 p.m. on the sixth by Carl Bailey, 28, one of the witnesses questioned by NORAD. He said the objects were ‘shaped like bat wings. There were a lot of them. It seemed like a whole fleet. It was amazing.’

Bailey said he got a phone call at home from the radar base at about 2:30 a.m. on the seventh. ‘They asked me to go outside and see if I could still spot something. I took a look and they were still up there.’ When Bailey reported what he saw, he was connected with the senior officer in charge at the 23rd NORAD Region Headquarters in Duluth, Minnesota. ‘He asked me what the objects looked like. I told him and he asked a couple more questions and then said: ‘Well, the Air Force doesn’t investigate UFOs anymore, Mr. Bailey,’ and he thanked me.’ But Huron County sheriffs deputies Greg Gordon and Gary King were also interviewed about what they saw. Gordon, 24, reported: ‘We observed one object ... It would descend very rapidly, looking as though it was going to land. It would then return to its original height.’

At 5 a.m., two men from the 754th Radar Squadron came out to the scene. Major Frensley said it’s not unusual for NORAD to question people who’ve reported seeing UFOs. ‘We like to talk to as many people as possible so we can correlate these sightings ...’ But the Port Austin UFOs remain a mystery. ‘We ‘know what the objects were,’ Major Frensley admitted. Major Richard W. White, station information officer, later said, ‘Our scope covers hundreds of square miles. At any time of day, we may have as many as 100 to 150 ‘UFOs’ on the screen.’ 

The 8 September 1976 issue of the Huron Daily Tribune (Bad Axe, Michigan) is the first source of Gribble’s case report.

Map of Huron County, Michigan, highlighting Port Austin
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Tuesday, 20 August 2013

UFO Article (Blog):
“Special Air Services personnel report UAP”

By Keith Basterfield, 18 August 2013
(UFOs – scientific research, Campbelltown,
New South Wales, Australia)

Keith Basterfield reports on the fourth post 1984 Australian Department of Defence UAP file (5/9/Air Part 7) he has received:

The file originated with Headquarters 86 Wing, RAAF Base Richmond (New South Wales).

The file contains the only UAP report in government files where the observers were members of the Special Air Services.

Wikipedia article: “RAAF Base Richmond”:

The official badge of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) 

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U.S. Government UFO Documents:
“CUFON Verified Documents Directory &
CUFON ‘Legacy’ Freedom of Information Act Documents”

(The Computer UFO Network (CUFON), Seattle, Washington)

The website contains several official documents (located, and provided to CUFON, by Barry J. Greenwood) which mention foo fighter incidents that occurred during World War II:

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Monday, 19 August 2013

UFO Article:
“Ten UFOs Cavort Above Nuclear Missiles at Malmstrom AFB: Air Force Witnesses Quickly Silenced”

By Robert L. Hastings, 17 August 2013
(The UFO Chronicles, 19 August 2013)

Robert L. Hastings presents an interview with former U.S. Air Force Security Policeman Joseph C. Pscolka, Jr.:

Pscolka, Jr. recounts that he sighted the 10 self-luminous UFOs at Malmstrom Air Force Base (Montana) one night in the late autumn of 1986 while working as Alpha-1 (the command post for the 10th Strategic Missile Squadron) Flight Security Controller (FSC).

Aerial view of Malmstrom Air Force Base,
Great Falls, Montana (
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UFO News Article:
“UFO Reports Aren’t Shrugged Off”

6 May 1966 
(Meriden Journal, Meriden – Southington, Connecticut)

The article focuses mainly on the UFO inquiries of the U.S. Air Force:

Quote from the article:
“Last year, 886 UFO sightings were turned in, and the Air Force attempted to track down every one of them. Sixteen of the sightings were never explained.

Air Force Secretary Harold Brown, a nuclear physicist, has said that he will urge a number of universities to form scientific teams to probe in depth 100 selected sightings reported this year.

The Air Force states that, after 19 years of collecting data, it has no proof that U.S. security has been threatened by ‘flying saucers’ or any other unidentified form of flying body. There is no evidence to support the belief voiced by many that mysterious devices from outer space exist.

The astronomers admit, however, that they rarely attempt to scan the Earth’s atmosphere.

There is one exception, the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory in Cambridge, Mass. Its observers state that its lower-tracking telescopes pick up hundreds of unidentified objects which they have no time to check out.”

Harold Brown,
former U.S. Secretary of Defense (1977-1981)
(at the time of the 1966 UFO Hearings,
Brown was Secretary of the Air Force)

Sunday, 18 August 2013

UFO Mailing List Post:
“AP & Hastings On Area 51 Declas Docs”

By Robert L. Hastings, 17 August 2013
(UFO UpDates, Toronto, Canada)

Robert L. Hastings (presents the link to the AP article) reports on the recent interview he gave to Associated Press reporter Hannah Dreier:

In this post, Hastings mentions the U.S. Air Force’s standard PR statement on UFOs. FOIA-released documents confirm that the USAF has investigated UFO incidents after 1969, Hastings argues.

Robert L. Hastings,
U.S. UFO Author,
Lecturer & Researcher
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Saturday, 17 August 2013

UFO News Article:
“Auburndale Policemen Report UFO Sighting”

27 March 1979 (The Ledger, Lakeland, Florida)

The police officers Guthrie Knorr and John Knapp sighted 5 fast-flying, brightly coloured, disk shaped UFOs over Auburndale (Florida) on 27 March 1979, shortly after 2:00 a.m., The Ledger reports:

Quote from the article:
“ ‘They weren’t shooting stars,’ said Knorr. ‘They were in an old V-formation with two on one side and three on the other. One of them was bigger than the others.’

Shortly after the sighting, a citizen told police he spotted five streaking objects near the city, Knorr said.

Knorr said Knapp called the UFO Sighting Center in Seattle, Wash., to report this morning’s sighting.”

Map of Polk County, Florida, highlighting Auburndale
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UFO Bulletin Issues:
“Civilian Saucer Investigation”

(Civilian Saucer Investigation, Los Angeles, California)
(Sign Historical Group)

The Sign Historical Group presents the following four Civilian Saucer Investigation bulletins:

Vol. 1, No. 1, September 1952:

Vol. 1, No. 2, Winter 1953:

Vol. 1, No. 3, July 1953:

Vol. 1, No. 4, Winter 1954:

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