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Date: Summer 1950
Location: Vasan, Quebec, Canada
Time: 0200A
Summary: L. B. was returning to his home after spending the night playing checkers with its neighbors. The weather was nice and it was a clear night. He was using an isolated road when he noticed by a nearby farm a bright light. At the same time he heard noises that sounded metallic in nature. After a moment of hesitation he approach the area, he soon heard what appeared to be shouts and thought he had run into some type of clandestine still operation. He then heard more voices and saw the object that was emitting the light. It was a luminous disc about 6 meters in diameter, suspended about a meter and a half from the ground. Close to the object, illuminated by the light, stood a well-built figure about 1.60 m in height, thin and young in appearance. Unafraid, the witness approached the figure and noticed that it wore phosphorescent clothing and on the face it wore a mask, which appeared to be made out of leather with two holes where the eyes would have been. The mask started in the center of the face and ended right under the mouth. The figure pronounced some words in an unknown language resembling German. At this moment the witness perceived some movement under the craft and saw another figure emerged from the bottom of the luminous object. The second figure was smaller than the first, built the same way, with a larger head covered in some kind of hood. It had broad shoulders and an arched back. On a belt it carried an object similar to a flashlight. This figure pointed the instrument at the witness who at once felt totally paralyzed but able to hear everything around him. The two beings then started conversing among each other, and the character with the “flashlight” approached the witness. It touched the witness with deformed arthritic fingers, it then removed its hood and the witness saw a “deformed” face with wrinkled skin and two round black eyes, one in a lower position than the other. Its face did not have the least mobility. It stared at the witness briefly and then put its hood back on. Both humanoids then began speaking among in a very loud tone, and walked back to the craft and were last seen entering the object via a small escalator. The witness then apparently blacked out and did not see the object depart.
Source: Jean Ferguson, The Humanoides


Date: Summer 1950
LocationChapel Hill North Carolina
Time: daytime
Summary: After playing in the garden of her home the young witness went home with blood on her leg from a small cut of unknown origin. Hypnosis was unable to break the amnesia but she had vague dreams of seeing a 3-D star map and watching it transform into a window. While a friendly voice spoke to her by telepathy from behind. Her memories included non-human figures illuminated by an unusual light.
Source: Budd Hopkins, Missing Time


Date: Summer 1950
Location: Liiduvere Viljandi Estonia
Time: daytime
Summary: When she was a six-year old girl, the witness reported that she observed an “airplane” in the clover field near her home. Going closer she saw that it had neither wings nor wheels, but was oval shaped, silvery gray at both end and black in the center. An open doorway was observed in the central part. Around it were four beings moving about the object “awkwardly.” They were in height not much larger than the girl, and they wore bright green outfits with a kind of hood over their heads, leaving bare an oval portion of their faces. Their eyes were “strange and immobile.” She approached more closely and engaged in “conversation” with entities—which she now believes, was telepathic. She does not recall the substance of what was said but suddenly experienced a great fear, and fled the scene. Looking back, she saw the object take off slowly and smoothly. She tried to go back to the field the next day, but her fear prohibited her from going near the site; that fear was a long time thing, and she associated normal aircraft with the strange cigar shaped device for some time after the experience.
SourceTunne Kelam & Juri Lina, FSR Vol. 14 # 1


Date: Summer 1950
Location: Southern Manitoba Canada, exact location not given
Time: afternoon
Summary: The young witness had gone into a barn to gather eggs when she suddenly found herself in the yard with a small cut on her leg. Later under hypnosis she remembered being inside a round domed room filled with instruments. She could hear a faint hum and felt clean ozone like smell in the air. A light from an unknown source illuminated the room. She lay on a couch and saw several tall thin beings with large heads and eyes, no hair and long slender fingers. All seemed to be male, and a shorter being appeared to be the leader. They all wore gray tight-fitting suits with some sort of helmet. She communicated for a long time with a friendly “older” being that gave her a lot of information. A blood sample was also taken from her.
Source: Thomas E Bullard, UFO Abductions the Measure Of A Mystery


Date: Summer 1950
Location: Beaverdam Virginia
Time: evening
Summary: Mrs Mason Vaughan at her was at her well when she heard a humming like a swarm of bees, and saw an aluminum like disk land in her “backyard” field. It was lens shaped, 8 or 10 ft in diameter; from an open cockpit in the center, “ a man with unusual goggles or headpiece looked out.” Seemingly surprised, he took right off again, colliding in his diagonal flight with an oak tree and breaking a limb from it. A depression was left on the ground.
Source: Nicap


Date:  June  1950
Location:  Sausse, France
Time:  
Summary:  One object was observed.
Source:  Plantier, Jean La Propulsion des Soucoupes Volantes Mame, 1955


Date:  June  1950
Location:  Dallas, Texas
Time:  
Summary:   One object was observed by more than one male witness (Porter).
Source:  Herb, Gert 


Date:  June  1950
Location:  Vassan, Quebec, Canada
Time:   01:00
Summary:  An unidentified object at close range and its occupants were observed by one witness at a grange.
Source:  Webb, David HUMCAT: Catalogue of Humanoid Reports


Date:  June  1950
Location:  Barron, Wisconsin
Time:  Afternoon
Summary:  An abduction of a witness was reported. An abduction by alien entities was reported by one witness on a farm.
Source:  Webb, David HUMCAT: Catalogue of Humanoid Reports


Date:  June  1950
Location:  Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Time:  After 1500
Summary:  One disc was observed by two male witnesses in a residential area for over one minute (Bepps).
Source:  Hill, H. Edward Catalog Through 1950


Date:  June  1950
Location:  Oakland, California
Time:   17:30
Summary:  One object was observed by several witnesses for a few seconds
Source:  NICAP 


Date:  June  1950
Location:  La Porte, Indiana
Time:  20:30
Summary:  A hovering object was observed. One object was observed by two witnesses on a highway for a few seconds (Voelker).
Source:  Hartle, Orvil R


Date:  June 2 1950
Location:  Brixen.Tale, Austria
Time:  22:00
Summary:  Nocturnal lights were reported (Meyer).
Source:  Schoenherr, Luis 


Date:  June 2 1950
Location:  Rio Grande, Argentina
Time:   23:00
Summary:  Nocturnal lights were reported
Source:  Banchs, Roberto Enrique Las Evidencias del Fenomeno OVNI Rodolfo Alonso, Buenos Aires, 1976


Date:  June 5 1950
Location:  Southern England,
Time:  
Summary:  Luminous object (pilot was probably on ground). An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One luminous object was observed by one military witness.
Source:  Newspaper 


Date:  Early June  1950
Location:  White Sands, New Mexico
Time:  Daytime
Summary:  An object was observed and videotaped. Animal reactions to the object were reported. One shiny object, about 150 feet across, was observed by more than four male military witnesses near a missile
Source:  Project Bluebook


Date:  Early June  1950
Location:  Rio Grande, Argentina
Time:  23:00
Summary:  An object was observed. It departed by rapidly flying straight up until lost to sight. One luminous oval object, of huge size, around 1500 feet away, was observed by one experienced male witness on the shore (Suarez, P). A gurgling sound was heard.
Source:  Poher, Claude Etudes Statistiques Portant sur 1000 Temoignag Author, undated


Date:  June 6 1950
Location:  Brownwood, Texas
Time:  Morning
Summary:  One object was observed by one witness for 18 seconds (Carnes).
Source:  Newspaper


Date:  June 7 1950
Location:  London, England
Time:  
Summary:  An object was tracked by radar and sighted visually. One object was observed.
Source:  Arnold, Kenneth Coming of the Saucers Authors, Amherst, 1952


Date:  June 7 1950
Location:  Newport, England
Time:  
Summary:  A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by one witness in a forest for 18 seconds.
Source:  Newspaper


Date:  June 7 1950
Location:  Cwmbran, Wales
Time:  Morning
Summary:  One object was observed by one experienced male military witness.
Source:  Newspaper


Date:  June 7 1950
Location:  Kensington, Maryland
Time:   20:00
Summary:  One object was observed by two witnesses for 18 seconds (Whiting).
Source:  Bloecher, Ted R.


Date:  June 7 1950
Location:  Dunkirk, New York
Time:  22:20
Summary:  One object was observed by three witnesses for a few seconds (Rotzler).
Source:  Newspaper


Date:  June 8 1950
Location:  Llantarnam, Monmouthshire
Time:  
Summary:  An unidentified object moving in a straight trajectory across the sky was observed by one experienced male witness.
Source:  Doubt Magazine


Date:  June 10 1950
Location:  Houston, Texas
Time:  10:00
Summary:  Many objects were observed by two witnesses for ten minutes.
Source:  Bloecher, Ted R.


Date:  June 10 1950
Location:  Galveston, Texas
Time:  10:25
Summary:  One object was observed by two witnesses for ten minutes (Todd).
Source:  


Date:  June 12 1950
Location:  Desert, California
Time:   16:00
Summary:  Three objects were observed by two witnesses in a desert (Zimmerman).
Source:  Hall, Richard H. The UFO Evidence NICAP, Washington, 1964


Date: June 12, 1950
Location: California
Time:
Summary: Geologist saw disc-shaped object loop around plane.
Source: VI


Date:  June 13 1950
Location:  Mill Valley, California
Time:   16:00
Summary:  Huge disc hovers high over bay for 5 minutes, shoots away instantly. A hovering object was observed. One disc, of huge size, was observed by a male witness on the ocean for five minutes.
Source:  Weinstein, Dominique Aircraft UFO Encounters Project ACUFOE, Paris, 1999


Date:  June 14 1950
Location:  Lexington, Virginia
Time:  21:00
Summary:   One object was observed by four witnesses for 45 minutes (Edwards).
Source:  Newspaper


Date:  June 15 1950
Location:  Paramaribo, Suriname
Time:   09:00
Summary:  Silver metallic object with rounded top, flat bottom with lighter underpart. Somewhat like Gulf Breeze photos (1989). Maneuvered: 4-5 sharp vertical drops as went to the northeast, then rose abruptly.
Source:  Bloecher, Ted R. 


Date:  June 16 1950
Location:  Miami, Florida
Time:   10:15
Summary:  One object was observed by one witness for over one minute (Bernstein
Source:  NICAP 


Date: June 16, 1950
Location: E of Tucson, Ariz. (BBU)
Time: 8:25 p.m. 
Summary: Air National Guard C-47 pilot Santini saw a triangular object pass the aircraft at 700 mph.
Source: Project 1947; FUFOR Index


Date: June 16 1950
Location: Maringa, Brazil
Time: unknown
Summary: A bright blue dome shaped craft was seen on the ground, next to it stood for a brief period two 1.50 meter tall humanoids wearing silvery outfits. No other information.
Source: GEPUC Brazil


Date:  June 17 1950
Location:  Perry, Oklahoma
Time:  00:25
Summary:   One object was observed by one witness briefly (Wade).
Source:  Newspaper


Date: June 17, 1950
Location: Hasselbach, East Germany (BBU)
Time: 2:30 a.m. Central Europe Time. 
Summary: Oscar Linke and daughter Gabriella spotted landed 40-50 ft frying pan-shaped object with two rows of 1 ft holes on the periphery, a 10 ft tall black conical tower on top, about 450 ft away, walked towards it until at about 130 ft away saw two “men” in shiny metallic one-piece suits stooped over, and approached to within 30 ft of the “men,” when Gabriella called out, the “men” were alarmed and jumped on the conical tower and went inside [object about 80 ft from witnesses?]. The tower retracted, a cylindrical support column shifted position, object turned from green to red, a slight hum was heard, it lifted off the ground and started spinning, sound turned to a whistling as it accelerated and headed off toward Stockhelm. Linke found a round dug impression in the ground seeming to match the support column of the object.
Source: Hynek UFO Rpt pp. 204-6; Davis-Bloecher 1978; Loren Gross


Date1950: Yokohama, Japan


Date: June 21, 1950
Location: Misawa AFB, Japan (BB)
Time: At 3:05 p.m. local time (0605Z)
Summary: Capt. Obermiller _ Fighter Bomber Wing on a golf course observed a circular-shaped object estimated to be 30 feet in diameter and 5 feet thick at 7000 feet altitude. Object appeared to be traveling at 650 MPH and parallel to an F-80 aircraft at 1000 feet above. Object rose vertically 1000 feet, seemed to change direction and rapidly disappeared at an estimated 975 MPH. The witness is a rated transport and fighter pilot.
Source: BB files/Dan Wilson


Date: June 21, 1950
Location: Hamilton AFB, California (BB)
Time: 1:35 a.m. 
Summary: Corp. Roger G. Pryor, a control-tower operator, and S/Sgt. Ellis R. Lorimer, another control-tower operator, and S/Sgt. Virgil Cappuro, member of the airways communications staff, observed an object the airmen described as circular, thick in the center and tapering to the sides. They used binoculars in following its course. The men said the disc was accompanied by a roar like thunder and the blue flame looked like an acetylene torch. They described its approach altitude at between 2000 and 5000 feet. The object made five passes near the base moving at speeds estimated to be between 1000 and 1500 mph. The whole affair lasted for approximately 25 minutes. The PROJECT 10073 RECORD CARD, states that the evaluation on this case is INSUFFICIENT DATA – Report not in file, card not in file, case missing.
Source: Dan Wilson, UFO Evidence, Section III


Date:  June 21 1950
Location:  Baker, California
Time:  20:00
Summary:  One object, about 600 feet across, was observed.
Source:  Vallee, Jacques 


Date:  June 22 1950
Location:  Keene, New Hampshire
Time:   11:45
Summary:   One object was observed by several witnesses for a few seconds (Felch).
Source:  Newspaper


Date: June 23, 1950
Location: Tuscaloosa, Alabama (BB)
Time: 1:00 p.m. CST. 
Summary: Twenty-thirty civilians observed an object like a flaming red cross moving slowly across the sky at approximately 5000 feet in altitude. The object was observed for about 30 minutes, then disappeared into a thunderhead cloud. The Project Blue Book evaluation of the sighting is listed as Insufficient Data. 
Source: BB files, Dan Wilson


Date:  June 23 1950
Location:  Palm City, Florida
Time:   14:30
Summary:  One object, about 150 feet across, was observed by one witness for over three minutes (Simmons).
Source:  Newspaper


Date:  June 23 1950
Location:  Daggett, California
Time:   17:00
Summary:  Additional witnesses to case found. A cigar-shaped object was observed. One cigar-shaped object was observed by several witnesses in a desert for 30 minutes (Chay).
Source:  Weinstein, Dominique Aircraft UFO Encounters Project ACUFOE, Paris, 1999


Date:  June 23 1950
Location:  New Orleans, Louisiana
Time:  Dusk
Summary:  An object was observed and photographed. Multiple independent witnesses. One object was observed (Patterson).
Source:  Flying Saucers, Flying Saucers Magazine (Palmer)


Date:  June 23 1950
Location:  Between Alabama and Mississippi and Louisiana and Texas ,Alabama
Time:   19:40
Summary:  One object was observed by a male witness briefly.
Source:  Newspaper


Date: June 23, 1950
Location: Gulf of Mexico                              BBU
Time: 7:40 p.m. (CST). 
Summary: USAF 308th Recon Group, Tinker AFB, Okla., “Pelican” weather recon flight at 10,000 ft heading about 30° (about NNE turned to 326° at 7:44 p.m.) ground speed 173 knots (199 mph) with crew navigator 1st Lt. Donald D. Sherr, scanner Sgt. Elbert C. Bishop, engineer Tech. Sgt. John W. Horn, radio operator Sgt. Claudio S. Gonzales, saw at relative bearing 80° [to the right to the ESE?, contra other data to the left or NW?] a huge ball of fire descend slowly in 1-1/2 mins in a wavy spiral or erratic elongated “S” shaped path from at least 50,000 ft to 20,000 ft (or from 50-70 miles down to 30 miles per one witness) at estimated position 28°45’ N, 89°45’ W [estimated by triangulating vapor trail as aircraft flew along a baseline of about 60 miles from a distance of about 270 miles ?] where it faded, leaving an extremely bright glowing bluish or blue-white smoke or vapor trail that persisted for 20 mins without dimming for 15 mins then finally fading into a soft blur at about 8:00 p.m. bright object with extremely bright trail flying erratically. Numerous other witnesses in Alabama, Texas, Mississippi [?], including National Airlines pilot Capt. James L. Hansen flying near Mobile, Ala., J. A. Ellis of Rosedale, Ala. 
Source: Jan Aldrich; FUFOR Index


Date:  June 23 1950
Location:  Memphis, Tennessee
Time:  21:00
Summary:  One object was observed by one witness for six seconds (Crumpler).
Source:  Keyhoe, Donald E.


Date:  June 24 1950
Location:  Commerce, Texas
Time:  
Summary:  Saucer shaped object followed by pilot for 20 miles. An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One disc was observed by two witnesses for over four minutes.
Source:  Weinstein, Dominique Aircraft UFO Encounters Project ACUFOE, Paris, 1999


Date:  June 24 1950
Location:  Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin
Time:  
Summary:  Nocturnal lights were reported.
Source:  Eberhart, George M. A Geo-Bibliography of Anomalies Greenwood Press, Westport, 1980 ISBN:0-313-21337-2


Date:  June 24 1950
Location:  Racine, Wisconsin
Time:   01:15
Summary:  One object was observed by one witness briefly (Taylor).
Source:  Newspaper


Date:  June 24 1950
Location:  Gulf of Mexico
Time:  19:40
Summary:  Bright light flying erratically, extremely bright trail. An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and aerobatic performance. One light was observed by a group of witnesses on the ocean for two minutes.
Source:  Weinstein, Dominique Aircraft UFO Encounters Project ACUFOE, Paris, 1999


Date:  June 24 1950
Location:  Las Vegas, Nevada
Time:   20:08
Summary:  Wingless fuselage at Mach 1 and and for several minutes. three planes and ground observer.Had bluish light.
Source:  Newspaper


Date: June 24, 1950
Location: Daggett,California                                             BBU
Time: 20:08
Summary: Numerous observers over Nevada and Calif. United Airlines Capt. E. L. Remlin, First Officer David Stewart, observer Capt. Sam B. Wiper, and crew of 2, plus about 25 of 50 passengers on an airliner at 290 mph at 14,000 ft saw a brilliant bluish-center cylindrical or dirigible-shaped object with orange-tint fly a parallel course with the airliner for 20 miles [3-5 mins duration] at about 20-30 miles distance at 20,000 or 60,0000 or 80,000 ft then fade in the distance. Navy transport pilot sighted dark gray or gunmetal cigar-shaped object 1/8 Full Moon angular size, with faint radiant exhaust at estimated speed 1,000-1,500 mph, altitude 50,000-100,000 ft, 3 mins, traveling N then turned W to disappearance. Lovelock, Nev., airport 30 pilots sighted vapor trail persisting for 20 mins. Witnesses in Ely, Pioche, and Briston Silver Mine, Nev., sighted vapor trail or smoke in a “3” shape to the W for ½ hour. 3 mins (1/2 hr duration of contrail)
Source: Jan Aldrich; David Rudiak; Weinstein; UFO Evid.


Date:  June 24 1950
Location:  Lovelock, Nevada
Time:  Around 2100
Summary:  One object was observed by several witnesses briefly (Gardiner).
Source:  Newspaper


Date:  June 24 1950
Location:  S, Idaho
Time:  Around 2100
Summary:   One object was observed briefly.
Source:  Doubt Magazine


Date:  June 24 1950
Location:  Silver Lake, California
Time:  21:08
Summary:   One object was observed by three witnesses briefly (Remlin; Stewart).
Source:  Newspaper


Date:  June 24 1950
Location:  Williams, Arizona
Time:  21:13
Summary:  One object was observed briefly (Vance).
Source:  Newspaper


Date:  June 24 1950
Location:  Bryce Canyon, Utah
Time:  21:13
Summary:  One object was observed briefly (Kruse).
Source:  Newspaper


Date:  June 24 1950
Location:  Winslow, Arizona
Time:   21:13
Summary:  One object was observed briefly (Tipton).
Source:  Newspaper


Date:  June 24 1950
Location:  New York, New York,
Time:  Night
Summary:  Four objects were observed by several witnesses (Sallows).
Source:  NICAP 


Date:  June 25 1950
Location:  Washington, District Of Columbia
Time:  09:25
Summary:  One object was observed by one experienced male witness.
Source:  MUFON


Date:  June 25 1950
Location:  West Point, New York
Time:  21:00
Summary:  Four discs were observed by two witnesses briefly (Connolly).
Source:  Newspaper


Date:  June 25 1950
Location:  Barcelona, Spain
Time:  21:00
Summary:  Nocturnal lights were reported in a city.
Source:  Ballester Olmos, Vicente-Juan


Date:  June 25 1950
Location:  Cornwall, New York
Time:  Night
Summary:  Several objects were observed by three witnesses (Skinner).
Source:  Newspaper


Date:  June 25 1950
Location:  Firthcliffe Heights, New York
Time:  Night
Summary:  Several objects were observed by two witnesses (Sendall).
Source:  Newspaper


Date:  June 25 1950
Location:  Modesto, California
Time:  23:15
Summary:  One object was observed by four witnesses briefly.
Source:  Bloecher, Ted R.


Date:  June 25 1950
Location:  San Jose, California
Time:   23:15
Summary:   One object was observed by one witness briefly (Small).
Source:  Newspaper


Date:  June 26 1950
Location:  Las Vegas, New Mexico
Time:  
Summary:  Nocturnal lights were reported (Remlin).
Source:  Eberhart, George M. A Geo-Bibliography of Anomalies Greenwood Press, Westport, 1980  ISBN:0-313-21337-2


Date:  June 26 1950
Location:  Baker, Nevada
Time:  
Summary:  A daytime disc was reported.
Source:  Eberhart, George M. A Geo-Bibliography of Anomalies Greenwood Press, Westport, 1980  ISBN:0-313-21337-2


Date:  June 26 1950
Location:  Newburgh, New York
Time:  22:15
Summary:  Nine objects were observed by three witnesses briefly (Nystrom).
Source:  Newspaper


Date:  June 26 1950
Location:  Modesto, California
Time:  23:15
Summary:  One object was observed by four witnesses.
Source:  Data-Net Report


Date:  June 26 1950
Location:  San Jose, California
Time:   23:15
Summary:  One object was observed by two witnesses.
Source:  Data-Net Report


Date: June 27, 1950
Location: Texarkana, Texas                      BBU 738
Time: 7:50 a.m. 
Summary: Red River Arsenal employees Terrell and Yates saw a bright object shaped like two dishpans face-to-face, fly straight and level at high speed.  4-5 secs
Source: Berliner


Date: June 27 , 1950
Location: Louisville, Kentucky                        BBU
Time: 11:00
Summary: Movie film of UFO taken by newspaper reporter Al Hixenbaugh. Clandestine investigations initiated by AF Intelligence and AF R&D.
Source: Sparks; FUFOR Index


Date:  June 27 1950
Location:  Oakland, California
Time:  11:30
Summary:  Bomber flies over shiny spinning object for over one minute. It overtakes plane from behind, moving rapidly to the east.
Source:  Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: April-July Author, Fremont, 1982


Date:  June 27 1950
Location:  Washington, District Of Columbia
Time:  19:00
Summary:   Three objects were observed by two witnesses for a few seconds (Hensley).
Source:  Newspaper


Date:  June 28 1950
Location:  San Leandro, California
Time:  01:00
Summary:  Thunder roaring noise. Circular object 2000 feet overhead, emitted flames from edges. observed in a residential area for over one minute.
Source:  Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: April-July Author, Fremont, 1982


Date:  June 28 1950
Location:  Cairo, Illinois
Time:  13:00
Summary:  Two chrome ovoid objects maneuver, one stops, then shoots off moving rapidly to the southwest . More than two chrome ovoid objects were observed by five witnesses in a city for two minutes.
Source:  Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: April-July Author, Fremont, 1982


Date:  June 28 1950
Location:  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Time:  20:27
Summary:  One object was observed by one witness for over one minute (Telsch).
Source:  Keyhoe, Donald E. 


Date:  June 29 1950
Location:  Jenbach, Tirol, Austria
Time:   11:30
Summary:  A daytime disc was reported.
Source:  Schoenherr, Luis 


Date:  June 29 1950
Location:  Ann Arbor, Michigan
Time:  19:10
Summary:  One object was observed by one witness for over one minute (Helurka).
Source:  Keyhoe, Donald E.


Date:  June 30 1950
Location:  Tucson, Arizona
Time:   13:27
Summary:  One object was observed by two witnesses for a few seconds (Herman).
Source:  Newspaper


Date: June 30, 1950
Location: Nr. Kingman, Kansas
Time:
Summary: Rotating disc hovered, sped away when car approached
Source: XII


Date: June 30/July1, 1950
Location: Royal Canadian Naval Air Station, Dartsmouth, Nova Scotia
Time: 23:15 – 23:20
Summary: On that night, two navy men were pulling duty on radar watch from dusk until dawn. The two reported a radar contact bearing 160 degrees at 5 miles [8.3 kilometers]. There was nothing unusual about the initial sighting except that the target remained in the same position for approximately 4 minutes before moving slowly out to sea to a range of 10 miles [16.6 kilometers]. At this point the target was observed to move quickly back inland whereupon radar contact was lost at 23:27 hours. But that wasn¹t the end of it. 
Source: Ledger, Don Maritime UFO Files Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 1998 ISBN:1-55109-269-7


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