Saturday, 14 December 2019

UFO News Article:
“Army Intelligence ‘Interested’
In ‘Saucer’ Visit Here”

14 April 1950
(The Kokomo Tribune, Indiana)


The whole article:
“It was reported in Kokomo Friday that army intelligence officers are interested in the report of Earl F. Baker, 1310 North McCann street [Kokomo, Indiana], who said he saw a flying disc hovering over his backyard early Saturday morning [8 April 1950].

Baker told The Tribune that he saw the ‘saucer’ after he was awakened by the frantic barking of his pet Scottie dog as he jumped against the back door of the home.

The man said he saw a grayish metal disc 50 feet in diameter hovering over his backyard—between 200 and 300 feet in the air. He said he could see a conning tower on top of the saucer and a bluish light coming from three portholes in the outer rim of the disc.

Baker said the disc finally rose higher and disappeared toward the north.”

Wikipedia article: “Military Intelligence Corps (United States Army)”:

Quote from the Wikipedia article:
“The Military Intelligence Corps is the intelligence branch of the United States Army. The primary mission of military intelligence in the United States Army is to provide timely, relevant, accurate, and synchronized intelligence and electronic warfare support to tactical, operational and strategic-level commanders. The Army's intelligence components produce intelligence both for Army use and for sharing across the national intelligence community.[1]”

Military Intelligence Corps (Army Intelligence) branch plaque
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Satellite photo of Kokomo, Indiana (
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UFO Radio Interview:
“Shane Ryan, the 1966 Westall
Flying Saucer Incident”

Streamed live: 10 December 2019
(Podcast UFO, Sebago, Maine)

Source: Martin Willis Live Shows (YouTube channel)

Quote from the video text:
“Guest Shane Ryan joins us from Canberra, Australia to discuss the 1966 Westall Flying Saucer Incident, a schoolyard encounter. Shane has made a serious study of other school-based UFO sightings around the world.

Shane lives in Canberra with his wife and two sons and works in the Education and Visitor Services team at Australian Parliament House.”

(Martin Willis Live Shows (YouTube channel)/ image)