Saturday, 26 October 2019

UFO News Article:
“Police Spot More UFOs Over Windsor”

4 March 1982
(Valley News, Lebanon, New Hampshire)

Sources: U.F.O. Newsclipping Service, Plumerville, Arkansas and

The whole article (Page 2):
“Unidentified colored lights were again seen in the sky over town last night (3 March 1982), according to the police.

Deatails [sic] this morning were sketchy, but a police dispatcher said two officers and two firemen saw colored lights, shaped in a ‘V’ in the western sky about 11:30 p.m.

The officers, William Heinz and Ronald Walker, were patrolling on Hunt Hill Road when the colored lights caught their attention, according to the dispatcher.

The lights were also seen by firefighters Ralph Burnham and William Seeley, according to the police.

In all, three sightings were reported; from Hunt Hill Road, the Grand Union parking lot and the Windsor police station. The police and firefighters could not be reached this morning for details of last night’s sighting.

According to the police dispatcher, the description of last night’s UFO matched stories of sightings reported over Windsor last month. On Feb. 2, five UFOs were spotted hovering over the east side of town. In both incidents, observers saw colored lights arranged in a ‘V’ shape.

No explanation has been found for the February sightings, and last night’s lights remained a mystery this morning.”

My comment: On numerous occasions – we have seen that UFOs sometimes return to an area a second time (or multiple times) within a few hours, days or weeks.

NOTE: I have corrected this blog post. I initially thought the UFO incident had occurred in Windsor, New Hampshire. This is not the case. It occurred in Windsor, Vermont.

Wikipedia article: “Windsor, Vermont”:

Imus Geographics (U.S.A.) map:

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U.S. Government UFO Document:
LOCATION: Yuma City, Ariz.”

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


Quote from the document:
“A civilian weather observer while using a theodolite to find his lost balloon sighted two solid white oblong objs. Source states that objs moved too fast to be balloons. There were jet a/c in the vicinity.”

Project Blue Book listed the case as “UNIDENTIFIED.”

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Satellite photo of Yuma, Arizona (
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UFO Case Directory (Distant Encounters):
“Theoolite [Theodolite] Tracking
of Two Elliptical Objects
Feb. 4, 1953
Yuma County, Arizona”


The whole UFO case report:
Fran Ridge:
This report is case #26, on the official clearance list of 41 formerly classified Air Technical Intelligence UFO reports cleared for Maj. Donald E. Keyhoe by Albert M. Chop, Air Force Press Desk.

Brad Sparks:
Feb. 4, 1953; Yuma County Airport, Arizona (BBU 2388)
At 1355 M.S.T., Stanley H. Brown, a Meteorological Aid employed with the United States Weather Bureau, and private pilot, while using a theodolite to follow a pilot balloon saw an object going upward and curving to the west. About 20 seconds after sighting the first object a second object came into the field of view. The first object flew to the west, while the second object swooped across or near the path of the first object three or four times. The two objects were observed through the 32 power theodolite for a period of 5 minutes. The objects were almost round, a solid, dull, pure white color, with a thin white mist completely edging each object. (Project Blue Book files)” presents U.S. government (Project Blue Book, U.S. Air Force) documents that pertain to the UFO case.

The UFO incident occurred in Yuma City, Arizona, according to the Project Blue Book documents.

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