(Last Updated On: June 22, 2016)

Date: December 1, 1946
Location: Glastenbury Mountain, Bennington, Vermont
Summary: On December 1, 1946, an 18-year-old student named Paula Welden vanished while taking a walk. Welden was walking along the Long Trail into Glastenbury Mountain. She was seen by a middle-aged couple that was strolling about 100 yards behind her. They lost sight of her when she followed the trail around a rocky outcropping, but when they rounded the outcropping themselves, she was nowhere to be seen. Welden has not been seen nor heard from since.

Date: December 25, 1946
Location: Yokohama, Japan
Time: 13:00
Summary: An article about the Brazilian Air Force carried an artist image: It is the closest I have ever seen to what ((name deleted)) descrived, he and his father, Col. ((name deleted)), 8th US Army, saw over Yokohama, Japan in Dec. of 1946.

Date: December 30, 1946
Location: Morro Bay, California 
Time: 5:35 p.m
Summary: Miss ??? [Ella]Young and a friend were on high ground that curves southwards from Morro Bay. The sun had just gone down when, suddenly, a dark object appeared in the sky. It came forward and grew more distinct. On the golden sky it looked very black. It came forward head-on and had a bat-like appearance, owing to the curvature of its wings. She wasn’t sure if there were motions at the extreme tip of the wings; but the strange machine seemed to stand still for several minutes, and its form was very distinct. Suddenly, it either lowered itself towards the horizon, or the bank of cloud-mist made an upward movement (maybe both movements occurred) for the machine passed behind the cloud and did not reappear. Immediately afterwards, a great flush of color spread over the sea.”
Source: Carl Feindt, UFOCAT PRN – 11431, Flying Saucers on the Attack by Harold T. Wilkins, p. 44, © 1954; Fran Ridge, Mike Tarbell

Date: December 1946

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