Saturday, 30 November 2013

UFO News Article (Blog):
“Ditch the report and just say ‘aircraft’ ”


By Billy Cox, 27 November 2013
(De Void, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Florida)

Billy Cox presents an interview with former White Sands Missile Range systems analyst and New Mexico State University astronomer Jimmie Robinson:


Robinson sighted the same UFOs (or similar UFOs) which U.S. Navy Warrant Officer and Chief Photographer Delbert C. Newhouse filmed over Tremonton, Utah, on 2 July 1952.

In this interview, Robinson claims to have witnessed a second daylight UFO incident (1 round UFO which approached a U.S. Air Force B-36 airplane) over Tucson, Arizona, in 1952.





















Satellite photo of Tucson, Arizona (tageo.com)
(tageo.com photo)

Mystery Documentary Film Series Trailers:
“THE UNEXPLAINED FILES” (2013)


(Discovery Communications, Inc., Silver Spring, Maryland)

“Mexican UFOs”:


Aliens Killing Livestock?”:

“Behind the Scenes: Livestock Mutilation”:

“Cattle Robbed of Blood and Organs”:














(Discovery Communications,Inc./theufochronicles.com image)

UFO News Article (Blog):
“A tree falls in the woods ...”


By Billy Cox, 25 November 2013
(De Void, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Florida)

Billy Cox tells the story about Jimmie (not Jimmy, see: ditch-the-report-and-just-say-aircraftRobinson’s UFO sighting:

Robinson, a former White Sands Missile Range systems analyst and a New Mexico State University astronomer, sighted the same UFOs (or similar UFOs) which U.S. Navy Warrant Officer and Chief Photographer Delbert C. Newhouse filmed over Tremonton, Utah on 2 July 1952.

At the time of the sighting, Robinson was in Eastern New Mexico, more than 600 miles from Tremonton.














Freeze-frame from the Delbert C. Newhouse UFO film
(hyper.net image)

Thursday, 28 November 2013

UFO Case Reports:
“National UFO Reporting Center
Report Index by State / Province” (Canada)


(National UFO Reporting Center, Davenport, Washington)

NUFORC presents the following Canadian UFO case reports:

“National UFO Reporting Center State Report Index For AB”:


“National UFO Reporting Center State Report Index For BC”:


“National UFO Reporting Center State Report Index For MB”:


“National UFO Reporting Center State Report Index For NB”:


“National UFO Reporting Center State Report Index For NF”:


“National UFO Reporting Center State Report Index For NS”:


“National UFO Reporting Center State Report Index For NT”:


“National UFO Reporting Center State Report Index For ON”:


“National UFO Reporting Center State Report Index For PE”:


“National UFO Reporting Center State Report Index For PQ”:


“National UFO Reporting Center State Report Index For QC”:


“National UFO Reporting Center State Report Index For SK”:


“National UFO Reporting Center State Report Index For YK”:


“National UFO Reporting Center State Report Index For YT”:

http://www.nuforc.org/webreports/ndxlYT.html












Map of Canada (canada-maps.org)

(canada-maps.org image)

UFO Report Chronology:
“UFO Sightings in 2001”


(UFO DNA, U.S.A.)

The UFO report chronology shows that British Columbia and the rest of Canada experienced many UFO incidents in 2001:

NOTE: Each UFO case report contains a link to a map of the location of the UFO incident.




















Map of British Columbia, Canada (static1.wikia.nocookie.net)
(static1.wikia.nocookie.net image)

UFO Report:
“The 2001 UFO Chronology”


Created: 15 August 2009,
Updated: 19 August 2009
(NICAP.org)

Quote from the web page:
“Our thanks for these chronologies must go to the A-Team; in particular, Don Johnson (UFOCAT) , Dan Wilson (archive researcher), Jean Waskiewicz (online NICAP DBase [NSID], Peter Davenport (NUFO Reporting Center in Seattle), and Michael Swords. You will note the many foreign reports that we are now being able to access.

Francis Ridge
NICAP Site Coordinator”:






(nicap.org image)

UFO News Article:
“FL Canadian Briefs: Vancouver and Ottawa
lead Canadian cities in UFO reports in 2001”


26 February 2002 
(The Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville, Florida)

The Florida Times-Union presents an interview with Chris A. Rutkowski, one of the authors of “The 2001 Canadian UFO Survey”:

http://jacksonville.com/apnews/stories/022602/D7HU213O1.html

















Aerial view of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
(1.bp.blogspot.com) (1.bp.blogspot.com photo)

Tuesday, 26 November 2013

UFO Survey:
“The 2001 Canadian UFO Survey”


(Ufology Research, Winnipeg, Canada)

The survey is compiled by Geoff Dittman and Chris A. Rutkowski:

About 42% more UFO incidents were reported in 2001 than 2000, Dittman and Rutkowski informs.






















Map of Canada (lib.utexas.edu)
(lib.utexas.edu image)

UFO News Article:
“The coolest Air Force UFO videos”


29 October 2013 (ITworld, Framingham, Massachusetts)

ITworld presents the following U.S. Air Force UFO films: “Montebello, California” (1 December 1957), “Duncansville, Texas” (12 December 1957), “River Forest, Illinois” (1 January 1958/10 January 1958), “Colorado Springs, Colorado” (9 August 1964) and “Galesburg, Moline, Illinois” (6 March 1967/9 March 1967):

http://www.itworld.com/slideshow/126940/coolest-air-force-ufo-videos-381147














The seal of the United States Department of the Air Force (wikimedia.org image)

UFO Mailing List Post:
“Re: Canadian NORAD Jets Chase UFO”


By Chris A. Rutkowski, 25 November 2013
(UFO UpDates, Toronto, Canada)

Chris A. Rutkowski comments on Victor Viggiani’s 21 November 2013 post:

http://ufoupdateslist.com/2013/nov/m25-001.shtml

Chris A. Rutkowski,
Canadian Astronomer,
UFO Author, Lecturer &
Researcher
(photobucket.com photo)

Sunday, 24 November 2013

UFO Journal Articles:
“Artikler fra UFO – 2001”
(“Articles from UFO (journal) – 2001”)


(UFO-Norge, Norway)

Mentz Kaarbø presents several Norwegian newspaper clippings in the article, “PRESSEKLIPP (PRESS CLIPPINGS) 1/2001”:

NOTE: Google Translate doesn’t translate the web page, but the text can be translated.

The UFO-Norge logo
(wikimedia.org image)

UFO News Article:
“UFO over Drivdalen”


20 February 2001 (Oppdalingen, Oppdal, Norway)

A man from Drivdalen, Norway filmed UFOs over the Oppdal 
area on 18 January (at 11:12 p.m.) and 2 February 2001 
(at 10:34 p.m.), Oppdalingen reports:


On 18 January 2001, 3 bright UFOs were filmed over Vinstradalen, a valley located just south of Oppdal. And on 2 February, a self-luminous UFO was filmed over Oppdal.

English translation:


YouTube videos: “UFO, Drivdalen, Norway” 
(18 January 2001 and 2 February 2001):




There were a lot of UFO observations in the Møre og Romsdal, 
Sør-Trøndelag and Nord-Trøndelag counties (Norway) during 
the 1 December 2000-31 January 2001 time span. A few UFO 
observations were also made in November 2000 and February 2001.

Wikipedia article: “Møre og Romsdal”:


Wikipedia article: “Sør-Trøndelag”:


Wikipedia article: “Nord-Trøndelag”:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nord-Trøndelag














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Oppdal photographed from Almannberget (mountain) (wikimedia.org(wikimedia.org photo)





















Satellite photo of Oppdal, Norway
(tageo.com photo)

Saturday, 23 November 2013

UFO Mailing List Post:
“Canadian NORAD Jets Chase UFOs”


By Victor Viggiani – ZlandCommunications, 21 November 2013
(UFO UpDates, Toronto, Canada)

ZlandCommunications News Network has obtained five Canadian government/Canadian Department of National Defence UFO documents, according to the post:

The documents indicate that Canadian NORAD CF-18 jet fighters were scrambled (from Canadian Forces Base Comox in British Columbia, Canada) to intercept ‘unknown tracks’ that had entered Canadian airspace in an unauthorised manner in 2001.

Wikipedia article: “CFB Comox”:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CFB_Comox














The emblem of NORAD
(wikimedia.org image)

UFO Mailing List Post:
“Wendy Connors Audio History CDs Online”


By Isaac Koi, 22 November 2013
(UFO UpDates, Toronto, Canada)

The UFO audio history CDs are presented on the Internet Archive website (archive.org):

http://ufoupdateslist.com/2013/nov/m22-001.shtml














Wendy Ann Connors, U.S. UFO Researcher
(theufochronicles.com photo)

Friday, 22 November 2013

UFO Journal Issue:
“MUFON UFO JOURNAL”


Number 323, March 1995
(Mutual UFO Network, Seguin, Texas)
(theblackvault.com)

The issue includes the articles, “ANALYZING UFO WAVES” 
(by Joseph W. Ritrovato) and “MONTANA MUTILATIONS ON 
THE RISE? – Western Montana has been the site of several recent 
cattle mutilations.” (by Keith Wolverton and Thom Danenhower):








(mufon.com/theufochronicles.com image)

UFO Statistics:
“Peak Months in Worldwide UFO Waves”


Source: UFOCAT 2002
(UFO-Sverige, Sala, Sweden)

1123 UFO incidents were reported in October 1973, according to UFOCAT 2002:

http://www.ufo.se/english/articles/ufowaves.html













Physical map of the world (lib.utexas.edu)
(lib.utexas.edu image)

UFO Report:
“The 1964 UFO Chronology”


Created: 9 June 2006,
Updated: 1 November 2013
(NICAP.org)

Quote from the web page:
“Following the UFO wave of 1957, a drought of sightings ran from 1958 to about 1964. Larry Hatch catalogued about 100 events per year in that period with his ‘U’ Database, the lowest count being 1963 with only 61 sightings. The 1954 European wave included some physical trace cases, and there was a scattering of reports after that. However, cases of this type increased markedly after 1963. 1964 was the year the landing reports became more prominent, beginning with the blockbuster event on April 24 at Socorro, New Mexico. (Note: Brad Sparks: My impression is that 1958-63 were not a ‘drought’ at all, that it is only the civilian outsider's viewpoint not knowing what the AF was collecting.  The BB files indicate a continuing stream of high quality UFO cases some of astounding merit). As far as 1964 was concerned, we all note a surprising lack of sightings reported in the first three months..

Our thanks for these chronologies must go to our documentation team: Rebecca Wise (Project Blue Book Archive), Dan Wilson (archive researcher), Jean Waskiewicz (UFO dBase), and Brad Sparks (Comprehensive Catalog of Project Blue Book Unknowns).

Fran Ridge
NICAP Site Coordinator”:

http://www.nicap.org/waves/1964fullrep.htm






(nicap.org image)

Thursday, 21 November 2013

UFO Journal Issue:
“UFO Investigator”


Vol. II, No. 11, July-August 1964
(National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena,
Washington, D.C.) (ufodocarchive.org)

The issue contains the articles, “World-Wide Impact – UFO EVIDENCE TO CONGRESS,” “Wave of Close-Range Sightings Reported,” “Outline: The UFO Evidence,” “Physical Evidence – LANDING REPORTS,” “Other Recent Sightings” and “Review Comments”:

Quote from the article, ‘Wave of Close-Range Sightings Reported’: 
“A rotating UFO, emitting a hissing sound, hovered ‘like a humming-bird’ over the car of a South Carolina businessman June 29. This was the second car-pacing incident in a week along the Atlantic seaboard, the scene of the most recent UFO activity. 

The sighting wave which began late in April, the largest since November 1957, has continued steadily ever since. It has included an unprecedented number of landing, near-landing and close approach cases.

The first case to be widely publicized was the report of an egg-shaped UFO observed on the ground near Socorro, N.M., April 24 by Officer Lonnie Zamora (see separate story). For about a week the reports were carried on the newswires and made front page headlines in many cities. National TV networks reported some of the landing cases, showing films of the sites. Then the news faded off the newswires and front pages. But the reports continued.

The most commonly reported shapes have been oval and disc. Sound has been heard in an unusual number of cases, and body lights have been visible in nighttime sightings.”






(nicap.org image)

UFO Book Chapter:
“Waves”


By Jerome Clarke
(ignaciodarnaude.com)

“Waves” is a chapter of the book, “High Strangeness: UFOs from 1960 through 1979”:

The book, published by Omnigraphics, Inc. (Detroit, Michigan) in March 1996, is the third volume in Jerome Clarke’s “The UFO Encyclopedia.”

(amazon.com image)

Tuesday, 19 November 2013

UFO Statistics:
“UFO Sightings in Utah and Nevada –
a short study”


By Larry Hatch (*U* UFO DATABASE, U.S.A.)

Quote from the web page:
Sightings eras are in colors: 71 events from 1896 through 1959 show as Blue spots. 104 more from 1960 through 1974 are Violet, and 41 from 1975 to the present are Green.

Utah had more sightings (134) than Nevada (81), mainly due to a single researcher, Dr. Frank Salisbury. His work shows as the violet cluster of events in Northeastern Utah.”
(larryhatch.net image)

UFO Case Reports:
“National UFO Reporting Center
State Report Index For UT”


(National UFO Reporting Center, Davenport, Washington)

NUFORC presents UFO sighting reports covering the period 
30 June 1944-13 November 2013:

http://www.nuforc.org/webreports/ndxlUT.html























Map of Utah (lib.utexas.edu)
(lib.utexas.edu image)

UFO News Article:
“UFO entries include reports from Utah”


10 August 1998 (Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Utah)

The article reports on the UFO research work of the National UFO Reporting Center:

NUFORC is run by Peter Davenport.

Peter Davenport,
Director of the
National UFO Reporting Center
(nuforc.org photo)

Monday, 18 November 2013

UFO News Article:
“Utah ranch boasts UFOs,
crop circles, cow mutilations”


5 July 1996 (Kingman Daily Miner, Arizona)

The Kingman Daily Miner informs about the alleged UFO incidents that occurred on the ranch of Terry and Gwen Sherman during 1995 and 1996:


The ranch is located just south of Fort Duchesne, North-Eastern Utah.

Quote from the article:
“ ‘For a long time we wondered what we were seeing, if it was something to do with a top-secret project,’ said Terry Sherman, ‘I don’t know really what to think about it.’

The Shermans and their son and daughter say they have seen three types of UFOs repeatedly during the past 15 months – a small boxlike craft about 8 feet long, a 40-foot-long object and a ship the size of several football fields.

They say one craft emits a wavy red ray or light beam as it flies along.

The Shermans said they videotaped two sightings.

They said they once discovered three circles of flattened grass, each about 8 feet across, in a triangular pattern about 30 feet from each other. In a nearby pasture, other strange soil impressions have been found – circles about 3 feet wide and a foot or 2 deep with the dirt in the center perfectly flattened, they said.”

“Fort Duchesne, Utah” (City-Data.com):

http://www.city-data.com/city/Fort-Duchesne-Utah.html

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Satellite photo of Fort Duchesne, Utah
(tageo.com photo)

UFO News Article:
“HAFB Checking –
‘Flying Saucer’ Observed Over Valley”


3 October 1961 
(Deseret News/Salt Lake Telegram, Salt Lake City, Utah)

Waldo J. Harris, a civilian pilot, and seven other persons witnesses sighted a disk shaped UFO over the Utah Central Airport, Granger, Utah (now known as West Valley City), a suburb of Salt Lake City, on 2 October 1961, according to the article:


Quote from the article:
“Air Force officials Tuesday were investigating reports by at least eight observers, including a veteran pilot, that a ‘flying saucer’ was seen hovering over the southern Salt Lake Valley Monday.

Investigation teams from Hill Air Force Base Monday questioned the observers, including pilot Waldo J. Harris, 531 Garfield Ave. (1831 South), who was the first to sight the unidentified object.

Mr. Harris was preparing to take off on a routine flight Monday shortly before noon from Utah Central Airport, 3200 W. 2100 South, when he saw the object south of the field.

Harris said he was about five miles from the disc when he first sighted it and attempted to close in on the object.

‘When I got about three miles from the object, it suddenly moved upward like an elevator and began to move south.’

The object had no visible portholes or exhaust smoke.

It was flying at about 6,500 to 7,000 feet, Mr. Harris told HAFB security officers.”

“Abandoned & Little-Known Airfields: Northwestern Utah: 
Utah Central Airport, Granger, UT” (airfields-freeman.com):


“West Valley City, Utah” (City-Data.com):

http://www.city-data.com/city/West-Valley-City-Utah.html






















Satellite photo of West Valley City, Utah 
(tageo.com photo)