Monday, 28 December 2015
UFO News Article:
“UFO’s: New sightings raise more questions”
18 October 1976
Times, St. Petersburg ) Florida
Quote from the article:
“Shaped like two enormous upside-down soup bowls, the objects hovered in the sky just over a dip in the Ramapo mountain range.
) BERBIT (Suffern lawyer), ALONG with
policemen, businessmen, school teachers, housewives and others, say they have
seen strange objects recently in the skies over Rockland and Putnam Counties. Warren
Several UFOs have been reported over Stony Point, just across the
Hudson River from
the Indian Point nuclear reactors. Others have been spotted over plants in Tomkins
Cove and Haverstraw.
(Dan) Cetrone, publisher of The Rockland County Almanac, lives in a white house at the top of
Buckberg Mountain Road.
His terrace commands a view of the Hudson, and both he and his wife, Barbara,
say they have observed several cylindrical flying objects with red, green and
white flashing lights, which hover a while, then turn sharply and disappear.
THE UFO’S, Cetrone theorized, are probably drawn to the area by the nuclear plants. They are part of a cycle of UFO appearances that peaks every 61 months, he said.
Reports of possible sightings in the
hed a peak of about
100 during a three-week period around the end of August. Since the Air Force
discontinued collecting information about UFO sightings in 1969, most residents
make their reports to the local police. county reac
OF THE NINE UFO sightings in
Stony Point attested to by police officers, (Bill) Patrick
said he had been on the scene of five. Each object, he said, ‘first appeared to
be a star, but when I looked through a telescope, I could see red or green
lights rotating.’ They were observed by seven other Stony
Point police officers, he added, who ‘all described exactly the
same things.’ ”
Satellite photo of
(tageo.com) Suffern, New York
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