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1949: November UFO & Alien Sightings

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Date: November , 1949
Location:  Baltimore, Maryland,
Time:  10:00
Summary: One object was observed by one witness for over one minute (Newberger).
Source: NICAP 


Date: November 2, 1949
Location:  Unity, New Hampshire
Time: 
Summary: An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. An object which flew in a straight line across the sky was reported (Pierce).
Source: Project Bluebook


Date: Nov. 3, 1949
Location: Baja (near) California
Time: 
Summary: Air Force pilot saw four discs in formation. Donnelly Case
Source:  NICAP 


Date: November 3, 1949
Location: Rosarito Beach, Mexico
Time: 11:00
Summary: AF Captain sighted flight of four discs north of Rosarito Beach. Objects had cavorting flight formation. Flying discs were observed. Four discs were observed by one experienced male military witness on the shore briefly (Donnelly, W).
Source: Weinstein, Dominique Aircraft UFO Encounters Project ACUFOE, Paris, 1999


Date: November 3, 1949
Location: Melbury, UK
Time:  23:50
Summary: More than one object was observed by two witnesses on a farm.
Source: Delaire, J. Bernard UFO Register Volume 2 (1971) Data Research, Oxford, 1971 


Date: November 77, 1949
Location: Osborne, Kansas
Time: Morning
Summary: One object was observed by two witnesses for six seconds (Remick).
Source:  Arnold, Kenneth Coming of the Saucers Authors, Amherst, 1952


Date: November 10, 1949
Location: Depues Ferry, Pennsylvania
Time: 11:30
Summary: Triangular objects were observed. More than one object was observed by three witnesses for two minutes (Eliason). Angel hair.
Source: Hall, Richard H. The UFO Evidence NICAP, Washington, 1964


Date: November 11, 1949
Location:  Hormuz Straits, Persian Gulf
Time: Night
Summary:  One wheel, about 1000 feet across, was observed in clear weather by two experienced male military witnesses in a warship (Bodler). Nautical UFO, unidentified submarine object. USN commander, others, see “light wheel” in water.
Source:  Lorenzen, Jim UFOs over the Americas Signet T3513, New York, 1968


Date: November 14, 1949
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Time: 05:00
Summary: Nocturnal lights were reported.
Source: Wilkins, Harold T. Flying Saucers on the Attack Ace Star A-11, New York, 1967


Date: November 16, 1949
Location: Oxford, Mississippi
Time:  09:30
Summary: A cigar-shaped object was observed. One cigar-shaped object was observed by several witnesses on a farm for ten minutes (Coffey). No sound was heard. Silent vertical cigar made two 90 degree turns at 40mph.
Source: Project Bluebook


Date: November 16, 1949
Location: Los Alamos, New Mexico
Time:  19:50
Summary: Time: 1950; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: good; Area: Los Alamos, New Mexico; Direction: disappeared to north; Color: two objects bluish green; Sound: none; Speed: stationary but disappeared with speed of meteor; Disappearance: disappeared from view.
Source:  Hatch, Larry


Date: November 18, 1949
Location: Raceland, Louisiana
Time:  09:30
Summary: A cigar-shaped object was observed. One shiny cigar-shaped object was observed by four witnesses at an oil field for five minutes (Folse). No sound was heard. Shiny fuselage-cigar flew rapidly to the southwest, made two 90 degree turns
Source: Project Bluebook 


Date: November 18, 1949
Location:  Biloxi, Mississippi
Time: 10:00
Summary: A cigar-shaped object was observed. One white cigar-shaped object, about 300 feet across, was observed by three witnesses at a hospital for over 25 minutes (Rice). No sound was heard. Silent 200 feet white cigar at 3000 feet altitude. Flew at 50mph past hospital.
Source:  Project Bluebook 


Date: November 19, 1949
Location:  Norwood, Ohio
Time:  18:30
Summary: One object was observed by a male witness (Berger).
Source: Stringfield, Leonard H. CRIFO Newsletter & CRIFO Orbit


Date: November 19, 1949
Location: Los Alamos, New Mexico
Time:  21:52
Summary:  Time: 2152; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: good; Area: Los Alamos, New Mexico; Direction: vertical; Color: green; Duration: two seconds; Sound: none. One green star was observed. AFOSI Summary: Time: 2152; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: good; Area: Los Alamos, New Mexico; Direction: vertical; Color: green then yellow; Duration: two seconds; Sound: none. One green-yellow star was observed.
Source: AFOSI 


Date: Nov. 21, 1949              BBU
Location: Akita, Honshu, Japan
Time: 
Summary: USAF pilot flying F-80 fighter saw a rectangular object flying at 500 mph.
Source: Weinstein


Date: November 25, 1949
Location: Inez, Texas
Time:  14:30
Summary: A cloud cigar-shaped object was sighted by three witnesses driving between Edna and Inez, Texas at 2:30 p.m. It flew off rapidly to the south toward Edna. observed by three witnesses in a residential area for over three minutes (Prurok). Mist, vapor. Cloud cigar. Radiated heat, caused vapor/steam.
Source:  Arnold, Kenneth Coming of the Saucers Authors, Amherst, 1952


Date: November 25, 1949
Location:  Los Alamos, New Mexico
Time: 20:00
Summary: Time: 2000; Number of Observers: 5; Reliability: good; Area: Los Alamos, New Mexico; Direction: East to west; Altitude: 15°- 10° above horizon; Course: downward 10° from the horizontal; Color: yellowish green; Duration: two seconds; Sound: none; Disappearance: disappeared behind mountain..
Source:  AFOSI 


Date: November , 1949
Location: Winslow, Socorro, Albuquerque, Arizona
Time:  17:30 – 17:49
Summary: Time: 1730; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: unknown; Area: Winslow, Arizona; Direction: East to west; Altitude: 30° above horizon; Color: bright blue white; Train: Yes; Duration: three to four seconds; Sound: none; Shape: egg shape; Size: egg held at arm’s length; Speed: three to four seconds to cover 15° -20° of horizon; Disappearance: dwindled out. Time: 1749; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: good; Area: Albuquerque, New Mexico; Direction: East to west; Altitude: 3°-5° above horizon; Course: sloping descent; Color: blue-white; Train: none; Duration: one to two seconds; Sound: none; Shape: round; Size: pencil eraser at arm’s length; Speed: 5° – 7° in one or two seconds; Disappearance: went out then on then out again.
Source:  AFOSI


Date: November 27, 1949
Location: Mcintosh, New Mexico
Time:  18:00
Summary: Time: 1800; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: unknown; Area: Mcintosh, New Mexico; Direction: vertical; Altitude: less than 2,000′; Course: vertical descent; Color: green; Train: none; Duration: one seconds; Sound: none; Shape: shaped like a flare; Size: same as signal flare; Speed: same as falling signal flare; Disappearance: same as signal flare.
Source: AFOSI


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