Think About It

Helping People "Think" is our passion.

1945: January UFO & Alien Sightings

Home » Sightings by Date » 1900 - 1949 Sightings » 1940 - 1944 Sightings » 1945 Sightings » 1945: January UFO & Alien Sightings

Date: 1945
Location: Wonsan,  North Korea,
Time:
Summary: Three Japanese Zeroes engage two daylight discs in a dogfight.  One Zero is shot down, and the UFOs flee into space.
Source:


Date: 1945
Location: Bulgaria
Time:
Summary:  Wreckage again transported to Zhitkur
Source:


Date: 1945
Location: Aleutian Islands, Alaska
Time:
Summary: Fourteen men on the USAT Delarof saw a dark spherical object rise out of the water, circle their ship and fly off to the south.
Source:


Date: 1945
Location: near Guam, Okinawa
Time:
Summary: Ground radar. No details.
Source:


Date: 1945
Location: Habbebishopsheim, Germany
Time:
Summary: An American soldier saw a disk-shaped object come down rapidly, oscillate, and land. The site could not be found in the dark. The event took place 35 km northwest of the town.
Source: Magonia #52, Atic


Date: Jan. 1945
Location: Germany
Time:
Summary: Another 415th Night Fighter Squadron pilot was followed by three red and white lighted objects over Germany.
Source: NICAP UFO Evidence, 1964, Hall, III


Date: Jan. 1, 1945
Location: Ardennes, Belgium
Time:
Summary: Pair of fog lights; bright yellowish orange; flying in tandem; three feet in diameter.
Source:


Date: Jan.1/2, 1945
Location: North of Strasbourg, France
Time:
Summary: Foo fighters.
Source:


Date: Jan. 2, 1945
Location:
Time:
Summary: The New York Times Carried an AP dispatch from France about several recent “foo-fighter” sightings. Lt. Donald Meiers said he had twice been followed by UFOs.
Source: NICAP UFO Evidence, 1964, Hall, III


Date: Jan. 10, 1945
Location: Iwo Jima, Japan
Time:
Summary: An amber light pass parallel and at same altitude.
Source:


Date: Jan. 14/15, 1945
Location: Ingweiller, Germany
Time:
Summary: A large orange glow in sky approx. 5 ft. in diameter.
Source:


Date: Jan. 18, 1945
Location: Oyster River, near Vancouver Island, Canada
Time:
Summary: Large silvery cylinder or balloon that appeared to discharge another balloon or object, each traveling in separate directions.
Source:


Date: Jan. 26 – 31, 1945;
Location: Between Solomon Island
Time
Summary: Louis Graci and 4 other sailors USS McCracken, APA 198, Troop Transport. Submerged round object about the size of gun turret, 20′, with a dull finish sharply outlined and no sound. Ship passed over it laying still in the water. Not reported as sailor thought at the time it was a sea turtle.
Source: International UFO Bureau report form date 25 Sept. 19760


Date: Jan. 29, 1945;
Location: Wissembourg and Landau, Germany
Time:
Summary: Two amber colored lights about one foot in diameter.
Source:


Date: Jan.-Feb, 1945
Location: Pasco NAS, Washington
Time:
Summary: Commander R. W. Hendershot, USNR, reported that radar targets were detected and interception was attempted at least twice by F6F Hellcats with negative results. Flying an SJS, Hendershot attempted an interception of high altitude, of slow-moving blips. Negative results. (Chester, page 142. Letter from Hendershot to APRA in NICAP files. 4th Air Force Intel Summaries indicate overflight of Hanford Lab, and possible countermeasures using Navy assets at Pasco NAS
Source: NARA


 

Tags:

POST A COMMENT

You must be logged in to post a comment.