(Last Updated On: August 31, 2016)

Date: January 1947
LocationBoston, Massachusetts 
Summary: An object was observed at close range by a male witness (Massinger).
Source: UFOs Eberhart, George M. A Geo-Bibliography of Anomalies Greenwood Press, Westport, 1980  ISBN:0-313-21337-2

Date: January 1947
Location: England        BBU
Time: Midnight
Summary: “Ghost Plane X362” makes its first appearance. RAF radar picked up track of something flying at 30,000 feet. It zoomed over the East Anglia coast at speed of 400 miles an hour heading west. The target was logged in as track “X362,” “X” being the RAF symbol for “unidentified”. This incident became quite mysterious when the object made repeat appearances of the same nature,
Source: UFOs A History 1947 SN Jan-Jun 6

Date: January 7 1947
Location: Rural New Mexico
Time: unknown
Summary: A Texas man reported encountering the wreckage of an egg-shaped craft in a desert area. Inside it was the bodies of three humanoid beings with oversized heads and large, black eyes. Soon a military team showed up and warned that that he should not discuss what he had seen.
Source: H E Puthoff

Date: January 12 1947
Location: unknown
Time: evening
Summary: While in an out of body state, William Ferguson felt himself traveling at the speed of light. He then found himself in the planet Mars, where he met “Khauga;” a Martian with red hair, red complexion and broad features, that had the ability to float in mid-air. No other information.
Source: Jerome Clark, Extraordinary Encounters

Date: January 15 1947: Yokohama Japan Sighting

Date: Jan. 16, 1947
Location: North Sea, 50 miles from Holland   BBU 54
Time: 10:30 p.m. (GMT).
Summary: RAF pilot of Mosquito pursued unidentified radar target showing efficient controlled evasive action at 22,000 ft speed equal or greater than Mosquito, headed W? towards Norfolk, Eng. (FOIA) This was five months before the Kenneth Arnold sighting and the beginning of the Wave of 1947, followed by the crash at Roswell in early July. The incident was also linked to another “X raid” tracked by radar earlier that same day. An FBI document from July of 1947 quoted the Air Ministry case summary stating that: “no explanation has been forthcoming, nor has it been repeated.” This information was not entirely accurate, because a very similar incident had occurred just 24 hours after the North Sea incident. As a direct result, Fighter Command immediately extended its night radar watch.
Source: FOIA

Date: Jan. 17, 1947
Location: North Sea
Time: afternoon
Summary: In the afternoon, two Chain Home Low stations in Lincolnshire (Skendleby and Humberstone) tracked what they described as “an exceptionally good track” (U294) at 10,000 feet above the North Sea. With Eastern Sector on alert, Meteor jets from 245 Squadron were placed on standby to scramble if Charlie came within range, but the plot faded from their screens. At 1945 hours the radar station at Humberstone, near Grimsby again tracked an unidentified target over the sea for a period of 30 minutes at a speed of more than 200 mph.

Date: January  1947

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