(Last Updated On: June 30, 2016)

Date: Fall, 1949
Location: Tulsa Oklahoma
Summary: Don Bushnell, plant superintendent with Southwestern Porcelain Steel Corp., saw an object fall in front of his car as his radio was blocked. He applied the brakes; object vanished. 
Source: Magonia 71; Keyhoe

Date: September , 1949
Location: New Mexico
Summary: Objects were tracked by radar. Five objects were observed by military witnesses at a military facility for over three minutes. Radar of 5 objects at tremendous speed and altitude at ‘Key Atomic Base’.
Source: Hall, Richard H. The UFO Evidence NICAP, Washington, 1964

Date: September , 1949
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
Time: Daytime
Summary: A flying disc was observed. One silver disc was observed by several male witnesses, typical age 20, for over one minute (Hood, M). Engineering student and friends sight silver disc at high altitude, looked like dime in the sky, watched for one minute. Object moved against the wind.
Source: Sullivan, Edward CSI/LA investigation files

Date: September , 1949
Location: Suzdal, Vladimir, Russia
Time: 22:00
Summary: An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed by five witnesses on a farm.
Source: Zigel, Felix Unpublished manuscript

Date: September , 1949
Location: Tulsa, New Mexico
Time: Night
Summary: An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed by two witnesses (Bushnell).
Source: Data-Net Report

Date: September , 1949
Location: Montgomery, Alabama
Time:  13:30
Summary: One object was observed by one witness for over four minutes (White).
Source: NICAP 

Date: Sept. 5, 1949
Location: Reno, Nevada
Time: 2:00 p.m. MST. 
Summary: Observers: S/Sgt Willie L. Cole, USAF, 23rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, Idaho, his wife and another lady reported a perfectly round, silver object with curved sides coming to a smooth round edge, about the size of a P-38 wingspan. Altitude: 3000 to 5000 feet; speed: 500-600 mph heading due west. Object flew perfectly straight and level for about 2 minutes. Comments: No sound, smoke, contrails, or exhaust was observed. 
Source: BB Archives, Ridge

Date: Sept. 5, 1949                BBU
Location: Lebec, Calif
Time: 12:10 p.m. 
Summary: 2 USAF pilots flying military aircraft with 3538th Maintenance Sq saw an oval object climb at tremendous speed to the S. 
Source: Project 1947

Date: September 6, 1949
Location: Lausanne, Waadt, Switzerland
Time:  10:12
Summary: A flying disc was observed. One metallic disc was observed by one witness at an airfield briefly (Eggenberger). Military flight instructor watches metallic disc at 2km altitude fly to the southeast at 1200 and kph.
Source: Vallee, Jacques 

Date: September , 1949
Location: Radkersburg, Austria
Time: Dusk
Summary: Flying discs were observed. Two discs were observed at a mountain for over one minute. Two flying discs seen near Yugoslav border here. Police report.
Source: Doubt Magazine

Date: Sept. 9 [10?], 1949             BBU
Location: Goose Bay, Labrador, Canada
Time: 9:56 p.m. (AST).
Summary: Military aircraft pilot saw an egg-shaped object disappear into a cloud at high speed.
Source: Project 1947; FUFOR Index

Date: September 11, 1949
Location: Madeira, Ohio
Time: 19:15
Summary: In Madeira, Ohio at 7:15 p.m. a few thousand people watched a spherical object in the sky that was caught in the beam of a ground searchlight. It was estimated that the UFO was at 17,000 feet altitude. The object seemed to rise to a higher altitude to avoid the beam. The sighting lasted for over an hour. One ball was observed by a male witness at a church for several hours (Berger, D).
Source: Doubt Magazine

Date: September 14, 1949
Location: Scottsbluff, Nebraska
Time:  16:30
Summary: One object was observed by one witness (Chapman).
Source: Project Bluebook

Date: September 15, 1949
Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico
Time: 00:25
Summary: Time: 25; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: unknown; Area: Albuquerque, New Mexico; Altitude: 30° above horizon; Color: yellow red; Duration: six seconds; Sound: none; Shape: round; Size: size of baseball; Disappearance: burst and appeared to disintegrate.
Source: AFOSI 

Date: September 16, 1949
Location: Los Alamos, New Mexico
Time:  02:30
Summary: Time: 230; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: good; Area: Los Alamos, New Mexico; Direction: West to east; Altitude: 3,000′; Course: horizontal; Color: orange; Train: none; Duration: 15 seconds; Sound: none; Shape: ball shape; Size: larger than falling star; Speed: faster than airplane slower than falling star; Disappearance: dimmed then disappeared completely.
Source: AFOSI 

Date: September 18, 1949
Location: Milford, Ohio
Time: 19:00
Summary: Sergeant catches white orb in searchlight for one hour. It never moves.  One white ball was observed by a male military witness in a town for several hours (Berger).
Source: Wilkins, Harold T. Flying Saucers on the Attack Ace Star A-11, New York, 1967

Date: September 18, 1949
Location: Sandia, New Mexico
Time: 2015
Summary: Time: 2015; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: unknown; Area: Sandia Base, New Mexico; Direction: west to south; Altitude: 45° above horizon; Color: dark yellow; Train: none; Duration: 3-4 seconds; Sound: none; Shape: round; Size: size of baseball; Disappearance: unknown.
Source: AFOSI 

Date: September 20, 1949
Location: Rome, New York
Time: 09:06
Summary: Silvery cylindrical object, orange-white exhaust. Seen by independent witness, a pilot, at 1000h. for over 60 minutes.
Source: Project Bluebook

Date: September 20, 1949
Location: Las Cruces, New Mexico
Time:  23:00
Summary: Procession of objects.  Physiological effects were noted. Eight objects were observed for a few seconds.
Source: Vallee, Jacques

Date: September 25, 1949
Location: Lubeck, West Virginia
Time:  14:45
Summary: A yellow, rocket-shaped object flew within 100 feet under an airplane that was flying four miles southwest of Parkersburg, West Virginia at 2:45 p.m. The rocket had what looked to be fins. for six seconds.
Source: MUFON

Date: September 26, 1949
Location: Winchendon, Massachusetts
Summary: Over the town of Winchendon, Massachusetts a cigar-shaped UFO emitted a cloud of smoke. It flew from the northwest to the southeast slowly, and then disappeared. The sighting lasted 15 minutes and the report was made by two men named Peckham and Clements 
Source:  Project Bluebook

Date: September 26, 1949
Location: Fairmont, West Virginia
Time: Daytime
Summary: One object was observed
Source: Doubt Magazine

Date: September 26, 1949
Location: Lexington, Nebraska
Time: 18:40
Summary: Southeast of Lexington, Nebraska three ovoid objects, about four meters in size, flew toward the northeast at 6:40 p.m. Two of the objects left trails of sparks. There were five witnesses, and the report was made by someone named Wolfe. 
Source:  Project Bluebook

Date: September 27, 1949
Location: Sandia, New Mexico
Time: 01:30
Summary: Time: 130; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: unknown; Area: Sandia Base, New Mexico; Direction: South to north; Altitude: 20° above horizon; Course: made a gentle arc toward earth; Color: dark blue; Train: Yes; Duration: two seconds; Sound: none; Shape: conical with tail twice its diameter; Size: looked like a sky rocket; Speed: 50° in two seconds; Disappearance: burnt out.
Source: AFOSI

Date: September 30, 1949
Location: New Mexico
Time:  22:57
Summary: Time: 2257; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: unknown; Area: Sandia Base, New Mexico; Direction: South to west; Altitude: 55° above horizon; Color: yellow orange; Train: none; Duration: 2-3 seconds; Sound: none; Size: slightly larger than shooting star; Speed: 200 – 200 mph.
Source: AFOSI

Date: September  1949

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