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Date: March  1950
Location: St Raphael, France
Time: .
Summary: Objects were observed and photographed. Five objects were observed.
Source: .Vallee, Jacques


Date: March  1950
Location: .Algorta, Spain
Time: .
Summary: .One disc was observed on a river for over one minute.
Source: .Stendek (CEONI)


Date: March  1950
Location: .Ethiopia
Time: .
Summary: .Flying discs were observed. Several discs, the size of the moon, were observed.
Source: .Wilkins, Harold T. Flying Saucers on the Attack Ace Star A-11, New York, 1967


Date: March  1950 
Location: .Mina Hassan Tani, Morocco
Time: .
Summary: .A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed.
Source: .Schoenherr, Luis


Date: March  1950
Location: .Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
Time: .
Summary: .An object was observed. Animal reactions to the object were reported. One object was observed by more than two witnesses (Davis).
Source: .Keyhoe, Donald E. Flying Saucers Are Real Fawcett 107, New York, 1950


Date: March  1950
Location: .Chile
Time: .
Summary: .Flying discs were observed. Several discs, the size of the moon, were observed.
Source: .Wilkins, Harold T. Flying Saucers on the Attack Ace Star A-11, New York, 1967


Date: March  1950
Location: .Cyprus
Time: .
Summary: .Flying discs were observed. Several discs, the size of the moon, were observed.
Source: .Wilkins, Harold T. Flying Saucers on the Attack Ace Star A-11, New York, 1967


Date: March  1950
Location: .Heliopolis, Egypt
Time: .
Summary: .One object was observed.
Source: .Poher, Claude Etudes Statistiques Portant sur 1000 Temoignage Author, undated


Date: March  1950
Location: .Ankara, Turkey
Time: .
Summary: .Flying discs were observed. Six discs were observed by one witness (Arik).
Source: Newspaper 


Date: March  1950
Location: .Sidi Snimane, Morocco
Time: .
Summary: .A flying disc was observed.
Source: Newspaper 


Date: March  1950
Location: .Buenos Aires, Argentina
Time: .
Summary: .A flying disc was observed.
Source: .Schoenherr, Luis 


Date: March  1950
Location: Messina, Sizilien, Italy
Time: .
Summary: Two discs were observed by a male witness.
Source: Newspaper 


Date: March  1950
Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Time: .
Summary: Several discs, the size of the moon, were observed.
Source: Wilkins, Harold T. Flying Saucers on the Attack Ace Star A-11, New York, 1967


Date: March  1950
Location: Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Time: .
Summary: .Procession of objects. Big wave of UFO reports. Many objects were observed by a male witness in a city.
Source: .Vallee, Jacques 


Date: March  1950
Location: Orange, Provence-Alpes-Cote-d’Azur, France
Time:  01:30
Summary: .Close encounter with a an unidentified craft and its occupants. An unidentifiable object and its occupants were observed at close range.
Source: . Delaire, J. Bernard UFO Register Volume 7 (1976) Data Research, Oxford, 1976


Date: March  1950
Location: .Chinhoyi, Mashonaland West, Zimbabwe
Time:  16:00
Summary: Silent 20m diameter metallic disc to the south, 500m altitude, stops, turns rapidly to the west, was observed on a farm for ten minutes. No sound was heard.
Source: .Hind, Cynthia UFO Afri News


Date: March  1950
Location: Las Catalinas, Argentina
Time:  20:25
Summary: One object, about 20 feet across, was observed by six witnesses on a farm for 20 minutes (Girotti).
Source: FSR


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Date: March 1, 1950
Location: Knoxville, TN
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Summary: Witness not considered reliable. Incident involved the use of an Army surplus radar unit. Military and civilian radars tracked a UFO flying at between 40,000 and 80,000 feet near Knoxville, Tennessee . No planes were scheduled in the area at the time. The US Air Force suggested that the visual sightings may have been due to a mirage.
Source: Project Bluebook


Date: March 1 1950 
Location: .Chihuahua, Mexico
Time: .Daytime
Summary: .Metallic disc hovers over city and airport at 5km altitude, the flies away rapidly to the south. was observed by a male witness at an airport for five minutes
Source: .Lumieres dans la Nuit


Date: March 2 1950
Location: .Long Beach, California
Time: .
Summary: .An unidentified object moving in a straight trajectory across the sky was observed by two witnesses for two hours.
Source: .Data-Net Report


Date: March 2 1950
Location: China
Time: .
Summary: Procession of objects.
Source: Vallee, Jacques


Date: March 2 1950
Location: Tonantzintla, Schmidt Observat, Mexico
Time: 23:30
Summary: Photo and visual sighting of brilliant object that crossed the sky at Schmidt Telescope. A flying disc was observed and photographed. One round object was observed by three male witnesses at an observatory for five minutes (Erro, L).
Source: Hill, H. Edward Catalog Through 1950


Date: March 3 1950
Location: .Chihuahua, Mexico
Time: . Around 1500
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported.
Source: .Petrowitsch, Pablo 


Date: March 3, 1950
Location: Selfridge AFB, Mich.                                          BBU 650
Time: 11:05 p.m. 
Summary:USAF 1st Lt. Frank Mattson saw an intense, dull yellowish light descend vertically, then fly straight and level at high speed. The object was tracked by radar and sighted visually. Total duration of the sighting at an airfield was four minutes (Frank Mattson).
Source: Project Bluebook


Date: March 4, 1950
Location: Near Newburgh, IN
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Summary: A man was driving east approximately two miles east of the junction of Indiana State Hwy 66 and 261 north of Newburgh, when he observed an object he believed to be a rocket at a distance of approximately 50-75 yards in front of his automobile.
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Date: March 4 1950
Location: .Tessalit, Kidal, Mali
Time: . Around 0200
Summary: .One object was observed by six military witnesses for over one minute.
Source: .Michel, Aime The Truth About Flying Saucers Pyramid T1647, New York, 1967


Date: March 4 1950
Location: .Hamilton, Texas
Time: . 16:15
Summary: .One object was observed by four witnesses briefly (Jeschke).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 4 1950
Location: .Lisboa, Portugal
Time: .Night
Summary: .One object was observed by several witnesses
Source: .Stendek (CEONI)


Date: March 5 1950
Location: .Ometepec, Guerrero, Mexico
Time: .
Summary: .Two airline pilots sighted disc flying at incredible speed. A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by two witnesses in-flight briefly.
Source: .Hatch, Larry


Date: March 5 1950
Location: .Saltsburg, Pennsylvania
Time: . 01:30
Summary: .Hovered. 15M turtle shell shaped disc hovered at low altitude. Kept away when witness approached. A hovering object was observed. One domed disc, about 80 feet across, was observed by one military witness on a highway for ten minutes.
Source: .Doubt Magazine


Date: March 5 1950
Location: .Gering, Nebraska
Time: . 07:00
Summary: .25′ Nocturnal light at low altitude. Changes shape, extremely bright. Maneuvers, goes to the southeast. One shifting-shape object, about 40 feet across, was observed by 20 witnesses (as reported to the police) in a town for over six minutes (Ekberg).
Source: .Doubt Magazine


Date: March 5 1950
Location: .Houston, Texas
Time: . 22:00
Summary: .A metallic disc was observed by five witnesses in a city for five minutes. It hovered, darted about, jumped into clouds, trailed a ribbon, then went off to the east.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 5 1950
Location: .Denver, Colorado 
Time: .Night
Summary: .One object was observed by one witness for over four minutes.
Source: .Doubt Magazine


Date: March 5, 1950
Location: Bloomfield, New Mexico
Time: Night
Summary: A dark, five-foot diameter disc paced a car. When the driver stopped the car the object circled the car, then sped away at a high speed. 
Source: newspaper clippings, March 10, 1950 and March 27, 1950; Loren Gross, UFOs: A History, 1950: January-March, pp. 31-32


Date: March 6 1950
Location: .Houston, Texas
Time: . 05:05
Summary: .A hovering object was observed. One object was observed by two witnesses (Floyd).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 6 1950
Location: .Gotzis, Austria
Time: . 05:48
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported (Peyerl).
Source: .Schoenherr, Luis 


Date: March 6 1950
Location: .Dallas NAS, Texas
Time: .Daytime
Summary: .One object was observed by one witness at an airfield briefly (Edmundson).
Source: .Keyhoe, Donald E. Flying Saucers Are Real Fawcett 107, New York, 1950


Date: March 6 1950
Location: .Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Time: . 22:00
Summary: .Disclike object flashes overhead, moves at fantastic speed. A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by four male witnesses at a mountain for over one minute.
Source: .Hatch, Larry 


Date: March 7 1950
Location: .Durango, Mexico
Time: .
Summary: .Two discs passing over Durango, Mexico stopped in the sky for two hours.
Source: .Lumieres dans la Nuit, Los Angeles Times.


Date: March 7 1950
Location: .Tunis, Tunisia
Time: .Daytime
Summary: .One object was observed by several witnesses for over one minute (Blanc).
Source: .Doubt Magazine


Date: March 7 1950
Location: .Ciudad Real, Spain
Time: .Afternoon
Summary: .One object was observed by one witness.
Source: .Data-Net Report


Date: March 7 1950
Location: .Reutte, Tirol, Austria
Time: . 21:30
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported.
Source: .Schoenherr, Luis 


Date: March 8 1950: Mexico City UFO Crash with Midget Pilot


Date: March 8 1950
Location: .Mazatlan, Mexico
Time: .
Summary: .A Naval commander sighted a UFO in the sky over Mazatlan, Mexico which he described as an ‘artificial device.’ At five o’clock in the morning the crew of two airliners, the Air Traffic Controller, and many other ground witnesses at Vandalia Airport, Ohio sighted a bullet-shaped UFO being chased by military jets. The UFO ascended very fast.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 8 1950
Location: .Pompaples, Switzerland
Time: . 04:00
Summary: .Physiological effects were noted. Nine objects were observed by one witness for 30 minutes.
Source: .Poher, Claude Etudes Statistiques Portant sur 1000 Temoignag Author, undated


Date: March 8, 1950
Location: Over Wright-Patterson AFB, ATIC, Ohio
Time:  mid-morning 10:20
Summary: In mid-morning, the CAA received a report from Capt. W. H. Kerr, Trans-World Airways pilot, that he and two other TWA pilots had a UFO in sight. A gleaming UFO was visible, hovering at high altitude. CAA also had 20 or more reports on the UFO from the Vandalia area when WPAFB was notified, and sent up four P-51 interceptors. The UFO was also visible to control tower operators and personnel of Air Technical Intelligence Center on the base. Radar had an unidentified target in the same position. While the F-51 was warming up, the tower operators called ATIC and told them about the UFO and where to look to see it. The people at ATIC rushed out and there it was–an extremely bright light, much brighter and larger than a star. Whatever it was, it was high because every once in a while it would be blanked out by the thick, high, scattered clouds that were in the area. While the group of people were standing in front of ATIC watching the light, somebody ran in and called the radar lab at Wright Field to see if they had any radar “on the air.” The people in the lab said that they didn’t have, but they could get operational in a hurry. They said they would search southeast of the field with their radar and suggested that ATIC send some people over. By the time the ATIC people arrived at the radar lab the radar was on the air and had a target in the same position as the light that everyone was looking at. The radar was also picking up the Air Guard F-51 and an F-51 that had been scrambled from Wright- Patterson. The pilots of the Air Guard ’51 and the Wright-Patterson ’51 could both see the UFO, and they were going after it. The master sergeant who was operating the radar called the F-51’s on the radio, got them together and started to vector them toward the target. As the two airplanes climbed they kept up a continual conversation with the radar operator to make sure they were all after the same thing. For several minutes they could clearly see the UFO, but when they reached about 15,000 feet, the clouds moved in and they lost it. The pilots made a quick decision; since radar showed that they were getting closer to the target, they decided to spread out to keep from colliding with one another and to go up through the clouds. They went on instruments and in a few seconds they were in the cloud. It was much worse than they’d expected; the cloud was thick, and the airplanes were icing up fast. An F-51 is far from being a good instrument ship, but they stayed in their climb until radar called and said that they were close to the target; in fact, almost on it. The pilots had another hurried radio conference and decided that since the weather was so bad they’d better come down. If a UFO, or something, was in the clouds, they’d hit it before they could see it. So they made a wise decision; they dropped the noses of their airplanes and dove back down into the clear. They circled awhile but the clouds didn’t break. In a few minutes the master sergeant on the radar reported that the target was fading fast. The F-51’s went in and landed.
Source: Probable IFO, balloon Project Bluebook


Date: March 8 1950
Location: .Kufstein, Tirol, Austria
Time: . 12:00
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported.
Source: .Schoenherr, Luis 


Date: March 9 1950
Location: .Santiago, Cuba
Time: . 10:00
Summary: .At ten o’clock in the morning a disc-shaped object was sighted by witnesses on the ground as well as by passengers and crew of an airliner flying from Santiago to Antilla, Cuba . The ground observers tracked the UFO with a theodolite.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 9, 1950
Location: Selfridge AFB, Mich. (BBU)
Time: 7:45-9 p.m. (EST)
Summary: USAF 1st Lt. Francis E. Parker, 1st Lt. Frank Mattson, Sgt. McCarthy, Cpl. Melton, made multiple air defense ground radar tracking of an object erratically varying height, position and speed from 25,000 to 47,000 ft altitude, 0 to 1,000 mph. (Hynek UFO Rpt. pp. 123-5, 295-7) 75 mins multiple radars (CPS-4 and CPS-5) Not listed as a BBU for some reason. Formerly classified secret, this radar-visual report surfaced as a result of the efforts of a former skeptic. This skeptic not only worked for the U.S. Air Force, he was their consultant on UFOs, none other than Dr. J. Allen Hynek.
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Date: March 9 1950
Location: .Norwood, Ohio
Time: . 20:00
Summary: . More than one object was observed by 11 witnesses for 55 minutes (Berger).
Source: .Stringfield, Leonard H. CRIFO Newsletter & CRIFO Orbit


Date: March 9 1950
Location: .Bruxelles, Belgium
Time: . 21:00
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were observed by several witnesses.
Source: .SOBEPS


Date: March 10, 1950
Location: Orangeburg, S.C.
Time:
Summary: Disc hovered over city, sped away. [XII]
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Date: March 10 1950
Location: .Denver, Colorado
Time: .
Summary: . One object was observed (Hayden).
Source: .Scully, Frank Behind the Flying Saucers Holt, 1950


Date: March 10 1950
Location: .Tessalit, Sahara Desert, Mali
Time: .
Summary: .An object was observed from a car. One circular object was observed.
Source: .Weinstein, Dominique Aircraft UFO Encounters Project ACUFOE, Paris, 1999


Date: March 10 1950
Location: .Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
Time: .
Summary: . One top-shaped object was observed by numerous witnesses in a city for two minutes.
Source: .Hatch, Larry


Date: March 10 1950
Location: .Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Time: . 07:00
Summary: .Three objects were observed by one witness briefly (Richards; Stoddart).
Source: .Doubt Magazine


Date: March 10 1950
Location: .Guerrero, México
Time: .Around 1200
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported.
Source: .Petrowitsch, Pablo 


Date: March 10 1950
Location: .Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico
Time: . 12:35
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported.
Source: .Petrowitsch, Pablo 


Date: March 10 1950
Location: .Burbank, California
Time: . 17:30
Summary: .One wheel, about 20 feet across, was observed by one witness in a residential area for ten minutes (Coffman; Lytle).
Source: .Doubt Magazine


Date: March  1950
Location: .Phoenix Se, Indian School Road, Arizona
Time: . 18:00
Summary: .Oval aluminum object hung in sky, 40,000 feet altitude, estimated 200 feet diameter, tapering to narrow proportions at rear. Moved with red fire trail 100 feet long, no condensation trail. Gone in 4-5 seconds. A hovering object was observed. It departed by rapidly flying straight up until lost to sight. One aluminum ovoid object, about 300 feet across, was observed by seven witnesses in a desert for ten minutes.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 10 1950
Location: .Norwood, Ohio
Time: . 19:00
Summary: .Huge UFO reported in searchlight. May have risen to avoid beam. One object, of huge size, was observed by a male witness in a town for ten minutes (Berger).
Source: .Stringfield, Leonard H. CRIFO Newsletter & CRIFO Orbit


Date: March 10 1950
Location: .Gallup, New Mexico
Time: . 19:50
Summary: .One object was observed by three witnesses for over three minutes (Romero).
Source: .Newspaper


Date: March 10 1950
Location: .Sylvan Lake, Alberta, Canada
Time: .Night
Summary: .One object was observed by one witness briefly (Stark).
Source: .Newspaper


Date: March 11 1950
Location: .Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
Time: .
Summary: .More than one disc was observed by a male witness at an airport for 20 minutes.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 11 1950
Location: .Holloman AFB, New Mexico
Time: . 01:00
Summary: .An object was tracked by radar and photographed. One fireball, of huge size, was observed by military witnesses at an airfield for five minutes (Hayner).
Source: .Project Bluebook


Date: March 11, 1950
Location: Punta Arenas, Chile (BBU)
Time: 12 p.m.
Summary: Many witnesses saw a silver ping-pong-shaped object at extreme altitude in the NE traveling toward the SW.
Source: Jan Aldrich


Date: March 11 1950
Location: .Nogales, Arizona
Time: . 21:00
Summary: .36 objects were observed by one witness (Beyerley).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 11 1950
Location: .Chualar, California
Time: . 21:00
Summary: .A car was buzzed by a brilliant blue disc at 9:00 p.m. as it was being driven from Chualar to Salinas, California . The UFO made a loop, then shot off to the south. There were many calls to the authorities reporting sightings of the object.
Source: .Doubt Magazine


Date: March 12 1950
Location: .Calexico, Mexico
Time: .
Summary: .Several crescent-shaped objects were observed by a male witness in a city for 20 minutes. Crescent shaped objects circling very high above city, seen by mayor and many others.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 12 1950
Location: .Hawthorne, California
Time: .Daytime
Summary: .An object was observed and photographed. One spindle-shaped object was observed by a female witness at an electric plant (Malles, B).
Source: .Delaire, J. Bernard UFO Register Volume 6 (1975) Data Research, Oxford, 1975


Date: March 12 1950
Location: .Pacific City, Oregon
Time: . 14:00
Summary: .Photo of turtle-shell shaped object, moved south to north over ocean. 6 portholes in bottom. Did not spin. One domed disc was observed by one male witness on the ocean for over one minute (Hermann, R).
Source: .Arnold, Kenneth Coming of the Saucers Authors, Amherst, 1952 


Date: March 12 1950
Location: .Albuquerque, New Mexico
Time: . 15:30
Summary: .One object was observed by one witness for over three minutes (Lucero).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 12 1950
Location: .Columbus, Montana
Time: . 19:10
Summary: .Featureless cigar flames as it flew to the northwest. Separate weatherman reported seeing saucer. Cigar-shaped objects were observed. Multiple independent witnesses. More than one cigar-shaped object was observed by three witnesses at a mountain for over one minute.
Source: .Hatch, Larry


Date: March 12 1950
Location: .Blackfoot, Sun Valley, Idaho
Time: . 19:15
Summary: . One object was observed by one witness briefly (Martindale).
Source: .Doubt Magazine


Date: March 12 1950
Location: .American Falls, Idaho
Time: . 19:15
Summary: .One object was observed by two witnesses briefly (Hortin).
Source: .Doubt Magazine


Date: March 12 1950
Location: .Falfurrias, Texas
Time: . 22:00
Summary: .Plain 4m wide disc circled at 300m altitude, flew off rapidly to the southwest toward Mexico. On this night a featureless four-meter wide disc circled a ranch in Falfurrias, Texas at 300 meters altitude for a few minutes. It flew off in a southwesterly direction toward Mexico .
Source: .Doubt Magazine


Date: March 12 1950
Location: .Santa Fe, New Mexico
Time: . 23:00
Summary: .Two disc shaped objects over highway in front of car. Witness terrified. Objects were observed. They buzzed a witness. Two discs were observed by one witness on a road for over one minute.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 13, 1950
Location: Clarksburg, Calif.
Time:  05:00
Summary: Saucer-shaped object descended, hovered with swaying motion, moved away A glowing light descended, then hovered with a swaying motion over farm country in Clarksburg, California at 5:00 a.m. It made a droning sound, and stayed in the area for 15 minutes.
Source: Hall, Richard H. The UFO Evidence NICAP, Washington, 1964


Date: March 13, 1950
Location: Mexico City, Mexico
Time:
Summary: Airport observers saw 4 UFOs, one through theodolite. 
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Date: March 13, 1950
Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Time:
Summary: Electromagnetic effects were noted. A transient unexplained phenomenon was reported.
Source: Doubt Magazine


Date: March 13 1950
Location: Peñon De Los Banos Mexico
Time: unknown
Summary: A Martian spaceship 9 x 6 meters in size, “equipped with a powerful propeller, and made of a metal which defies gravity” landed, and the pilot engaged one of the natives in conversation in perfect Spanish. Martian cities, he said, are underground. The Martians have found Venus too hot and humid, infested with flying reptiles; they will colonize Earth after we destroy ourselves in World War III. There was a strong odor of sulfur after the ship took off.
Source: Webb, David HUMCAT: Catalogue of Humanoid Reports


Date: March 13 1950
Location: .Denver, Colorado
Time: . 06:05
Summary: .One object was observed by four witnesses (Dunn; Padilla).
Source: .Doubt Magazine


Date: March 13 1950
Location: .Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Time: . 12:00
Summary: .Two saucers, two pear-shaped objects at 10,000 feet altitude. Four discs were observed by one witness in-flight for over three minutes.
Source: .Weinstein, Dominique Aircraft UFO Encounters Project ACUFOE, Paris, 1999


Date: March 13 1950
Location: .Eunice, New Mexico
Time: . 22:00
Summary: .Dull red glowing disc flew to the east over oilfield at 150m altitude, made 90 degree turn at 1600 kph. A flying disc was observed. One red disc, about 40 feet across, was observed by two witnesses at an oil field for two minutes (Hedgepath).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 13 1950
Location: .Indianapolis, Indiana
Time: .Night
Summary: .One object was observed by one witness (Hendricks; Hutto).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 14 1950
Location: .Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
Time: .
Summary: .Two objects were observed.
Source: .Vallee, Jacques 


Date: March 14 1950
Location: .Kailua, Hawaii,
Time: .
Summary: .Farm worker sights silver disc, it has trailing it smaller shining streaks. Flies southeast rapidly to the northwest.  One silver disc was observed on the shore for over one minute.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 14 1950
Location: .Santa Fe, New Mexico
Time: . 12:00
Summary: .Teenager saw huge shiny sphere hover over mountains. Made sudden burst of speed rapidly to the northeast. A hovering object was observed. One shiny sphere was observed by one male teenage witness at a mountain for two minutes (Richardson).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 14 1950
Location: .Veghenza, Italy
Time: . 13:00
Summary: . 6m diameter metallic saucer with legs. 6 4′ humanoids climb ladders, gesture. Take off moving rapidly to the northeast. Close encounter with a an unidentified craft and its occupants. One metallic disc, about 20 feet across, was observed by one military witness at a cemetery for two minutes. Six 4-foot-tall dwarves were seen.
Source: .Webb, David HUMCAT: Catalogue of Humanoid Reports


Date: March 14 1950
Location: .Arcachon, Aquitaine, France
Time: . 22:30
Summary: .One object, the size of the moon, was observed by one witness for over four minutes (Serre).
Source: .Poher, Claude Etudes Statistiques Portant sur 1000 Temoignag Author, undated


Date: March 14 1950
Location: .Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
Time: .Night
Summary: .One green dome-shaped object, about 40 feet across, was observed at an airport for over three minutes. It departed by rapidly flying straight up until lost to sight.
Source: .Hill, H. Edward Catalog Through 1950


Date: March 14 1950
Location: .Pacific Beach, Washington
Time: . 23:30
Summary: .An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and aerobatic performance. One object was observed by one witness on the shore for five to eight minutes (Ballieu).
Source: .Project Bluebook


Date: Mid March  1950
Location: .Worcester, Massachusetts
Time: .Around 1100
Summary: .Two objects were observed by one witness (Orsi).
Source: .


Date: March 15 1950
Location: .Farmington, New Mexico
Time: .
Summary: .A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed.
Source: .Flying Saucers, Flying Saucers Magazine (Palmer)


Date: March 15 1950
Location: .Aspres.Buech, France
Time: . 10:23
Summary: .A hovering object was observed. One object was observed by two witnesses for over six minutes.
Source: .Vallee, Jacques 


Date: March 15 1950
Location: .Orange, Provence-Alpes-Cote-d’Azur, France
Time: . 10:47
Summary: .Two Vampire jets on patrol 6000 feet altitude, speed 250kph, UFO at 10,000 feet altitude, started to move when first detected, gained altitude as jets approached. Silver, changed shape to elliptical when rapidly to the east. Was observed for over six minutes
Source: .Poher, Claude Etudes Statistiques Portant sur 1000 Temoignag Author, undated


Date: March 15 1950
Location: .Prestonsburg, Kentucky
Time: . 12:50
Summary: .Loud roar when three starlike discs slow down and maneuver. two more seen later. Flying discs were observed. Five discs were observed by 36 children in a residential area for 50 minutes (Holbrook). A roaring sound was heard.
Source: .Newspaper


Date: March 15 1950
Location: .Algorta, Spain
Time: .Daytime
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported.
Source: .Ballester Olmos, Vicente-Juan 


Date: March 15 1950
Location: Near Clearfield Pennsylvania
Time: 1815
Summary: Having stopped to make repairs on his car, Craig Hunter heard a whistling sound and saw a flying saucer, about 300 ft up, which circled about him at 60-70 mph, then hovered. He could see moving “images of human character” through windows in the UFO. A bluish green object was shot at him, exploding 20 ft away with a brilliant white light that lingered for more than 30 seconds. The then object flew off to the northwest. Hunter describes the UFO in considerable detail; the windows were in the lower section. A truck driver, Ellis Yeager, who stopped to offer help, said “Oh my God” and drove away when Hunter pointed out the saucer.
Source: William C Baggs, Miami Florida Daily News


Date: March 15 1950
Location: .Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Time: . 22:00
Summary: .Five ovoids flew fast in formation, white or aluminum in color. Seen for 10 seconds. 
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 15 1950
Location: .La Roche, France
Time: . 23:30
Summary: .A hovering object was observed. One object, about 1 foot across, was observed by three witnesses for 20 minutes.
Source: .Vallee, Jacques 


Date: March 16 1950
Location: .Denver, Colorado 
Time: .
Summary: .A hovering object was observed. One object was observed.
Source: .Vallee, Jacques 


Date: March 16 1950
Location: .Miraflores, Peru
Time: .
Summary: .Swiss engineer and family saw glowing disc stop overhead for 5 minutes, then continued rapidly to the north. 
Source: .Arnold, Kenneth Coming of the Saucers Authors, Amherst, 1952


Date: March 16 1950
Location: .La Paz, Bolivia
Time: .
Summary: .Two and glowing discs to the northeast overhead and away. Local news coverage observed in a city for over one minute.
Source: .Lumieres dans la Nuit,


Date: March 16 1950
Location: .Delhi, Ontario, Canada
Time: . 04:00
Summary: .”Extra Moon” jerked around sky generally heading rapidly to the south. Quite fast One object was observed by four male witnesses in a town for two minutes (Rapai).
Source: .Doubt Magazine


Date: March 16 1950
Location: .Farmington, New Mexico
Time: . 10:00 & 11:00
Summary: .Time: 1000; Number of Observers: 10; Reliability: unknown; Area: Farmington, New Mexico; Direction: NE; Altitude: over 20,000′; Course: skyward at 60° – 80°; Color: bright aluminum; Train: none; Duration: 30 minutes; Sound: none; Shape: oval& oblong; Size: 1/16″ – 1/2″ held at arms length; Speed: faster than conventional aircraft; Disappearance: gradually disappeared. Time: 1100; Number of Observers: 10; Reliability: unknown; Area: Farmington, New Mexico; Direction: North to northeast; Course: turned on their axis and maneuvered up and down; Color: bright luminous as tin foil; Train: none; Duration: three -5 minutes; Sound: none; Shape: flat spheroid; Size: one to 6″; Speed: faster than conventional aircraft; Disappearance: discontinued observation.
Source: .AFOSI


Date: March 16, 1950
Location: Dallas, Texas
Time: Just before noon  11:55
Summary: Navy Chief Petty Officer at Naval Air Station saw a flat oval UFO pass under a B-36 bomber. Ruppelt: “Just before noon on March 16, Chief Petty Officer Charles Lewis saw a disk shaped UFO come streaking across the sky and buzz a high flying B-36. Lewis first saw the UFO coming in from the north, lower than the B-36; then he saw it pull up to the big bomber as it got closer. It hovered under the B-36 for an instant, then it went speeding off and disappeared. When the press inquired about the incident, Captain M. A. Nation, commander of the air station, vouched for his chief and added that the base tower operators had seen and reported a UFO to him about ten days before.”
SourceCondon Committee


Date: March 16 1950
Location: .San Jose Purua, Mexico
Time: . 13:00
Summary: .American tourist films double truncated cone, film lost. Animal reactions to the object were reported. One cone-shaped object, about 40 feet across, was observed by one witness at a mountain for over an hour (Behen).
Source: .Weinstein, Dominique Aircraft UFO Encounters Project ACUFOE, Paris, 1999


Date: March 16 1950
Location: .Colorado Springs, Colorado
Time: . 17:45
Summary: .An unidentified object was sighted by multiple independent witnesses. One object was observed by a male witness at a mountain for 30 minutes (Wright).
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 17 1950
Location: .Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
Time: .
Summary: .Plane chases 30m diameter disc at 10km altitude. Seen by aircrew and four pilots on the ground. One disc, about 150 feet across, was observed by several witnesses for two minutes.
Source: .Doubt Magazine


Date: March 17 1950
Location: .Crescentino, Piemonte, Italy
Time: .
Summary: .A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by several witnesses.
Source: .Schoenherr, Luis


Date: March 17 1950
Location: .Ankara, Turkey
Time: .
Summary: .Six bluish white disc-shaped objects turned in the sky over Ankara, Turkey on this day. They next shot straight up into the sky and vanished from sight. were observed by several witnesses in a city for over one minute.
Source: .Lumieres dans la Nuit


Date: March 17 1950
Location: .Los Alamos, New Mexico
Time: . 03:07 – 04:45
Summary: .Time: 307; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: good; Area: Los Alamos, New Mexico; Direction: straight down; Course: straight down; Color: orange and green; Train: Yes; Duration: 2-2 1/2 seconds; Sound: none; Speed: tremendous; Disappearance: explosion on impact with earth or disintegration. Time: 308; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: good; Area: Los Alamos, New Mexico; Direction: NE; Course: level flight; Color: greenish yellow; Train: none; Duration: three seconds; Sound: none; Shape: round; Size: 1/4 size of full moon; Speed: moderate; Disappearance: like light going out. Time: 310; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: good; Area: Los Alamos, New Mexico; Course: seemed to climb, change color, start down& disappear; Color: green turning to yellow; Train: none; Duration: five seconds; Sound: none; Shape: spherical; Size: 1/4 size of moon; Speed: moderate; Disappearance: suddenly. Time: 310; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: good; Area: Los Alamos, New Mexico; Direction: toward earth; Course: toward earth; Color: reddish then green; Train: none; Duration: one seconds; Sound: none; Disappearance: appeared to fall to earth. Time: 445; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: good; Area: Los Alamos, New Mexico; Direction: formed an arc; Course: formed an arc; Color: green; Train: none; Duration: five seconds; Sound: none; Shape: round; Size: quite small; Speed: free fall; Disappearance: fell toward earth.
Source: .AFOSI


hqdefault (7)Date: March 17, 1950
LocationFarmington, New Mexico
Time:  10:15
Summary: This story didn’t run long because the next day a bigger one broke when the sky over the little town of Farmington, New Mexico, about 170 miles northwest of Albuquerque, was literally invaded by UFO’s. Every major newspaper carried the story. The UFO’s had apparently been congregating over the four corners area for two days because several people had reported seeing UFO’s on March 15 and 16. But the seventeenth was the big day, every saucer this side of Polaris must have made a successful rendezvous over Farmington, because on that day most of the town’s 3,600 citizens saw the mass fly-by. The first reports were made at 10:15A.M.; then for an hour the air was full of flying saucers. Estimates of the number varied from a conservative 500 to “thousands.” Most all the observers said the UFO’s were saucer- shaped, traveled at almost unbelievable speeds, and didn’t seem to have any set flight path. They would dart in and out and seemed to avoid collisions only by inches. There was no doubt that they weren’t hallucinations because the mayor, the local newspaper staff, ex- pilots, the highway patrol, and every type of person who makes up a community of 3,600 saw them. I’ve talked to several people who were in Farmington and saw this now famous UFO display of St. Patrick’s Day, 1950. I’ve heard dozens of explanations–cotton blowing in the wind, bugs’ wings reflecting sunlight, a hoax to put Farmington on the map, and real honest-to- goodness flying saucers. One explanation was never publicized, however, and if there is an explanation, it is the best. Under certain conditions of extreme cold, probably 50 to 60 degrees below zero, the plastic bag of a skyhook balloon will get very brittle, and will take on the characteristics of a huge light bulb. If a sudden gust of wind or some other disturbance hits the balloon, it will shatter into a thousand pieces. As these pieces of plastic float down and are carried along by the wind, they could look like thousands of flying saucers. On St. Patrick’s Day a skyhook balloon launched from Holloman AFB, adjacent to the White Sands Proving Ground, did burst near Farmington, and it was cold enough at 60,000 feet to make the balloon brittle. True, the people at Farmington never found any pieces of plastic, but the small pieces of plastic are literally as light as feathers and could have floated far beyond the city.
Source: Condon Committee


Date: March 17 1950
Location: .Las Vegas, New Mexico
Time: . 11:35
Summary: .Hovering objects were observed. Several objects were observed by two witnesses for a few seconds (Gerdeman; Hilgers).
Source: .Eberhart, George M. A Geo-Bibliography of Anomalies Greenwood Press, Westport, 1980 ISBN:0-313-21337-2


Date: March 17 1950
Location: .Ironton, Michigan
Time: . 13:12
Summary: .One object was observed by two witnesses at a lake for seven minutes (Shantz).
Source: .Arnold, Kenneth Coming of the Saucers Authors, Amherst, 1952


Date: March 17 1950
Location: .Tucumcari, New Mexico
Time: . 15:00
Summary: .Many objects were observed by numerous witnesses in a town for 30 minutes.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 17 1950
Location: .Los Alamos, New Mexico
Time: . 15:00
Summary: .One object was observed by three witnesses near a nuclear test site for 105 minutes.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 18 1950
Location: .San Bernardino, California
Time: .
Summary: .An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. Electromagnetic effects were noted. A transient unexplained phenomenon was reported.
Source: .Doubt Magazine


Date: March 18 1950
Location: .Erie, Pennsylvania
Time: .
Summary: .A hovering object was observed. One object was observed by one witness.
Source: .Doubt Magazine


Date: March 18 1950
Location: .Livorno Volterra, Italy
Time: .
Summary: .Flying discs were observed. Two discs were observed by several witnesses.
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 18 1950
Location: .Farmington, New Mexico
Time: . 10:30
Summary: .A large number of saucers, performing aerobatics, appeared over Farmington, New Mexico around noon, and then flew away at an estimated 1000 mph.
Source: .Trench, Brinsley LePoer Flying Saucer Story Tandem, 1973


Date: March 18 1950
Location: .Atlanta, Georgia
Time: . 11:30
Summary: .Six airline pilots on the ground report silent aluminum disc moving rapidly to the southwest at 6000-7000 feet altitude, makes impossible climb. At the Atlanta Municipal Airport, Georgia six airline pilots on the tarmac reported sighting an aluminum colored disc that flew silently toward the southwest at between 6000 and 7000 feet altitude. It then made an “impossible climb.”
Source: .Hitt, Michael Georgia UFO Phenomenon 1947-1987


Date: March 18 1950
Location: .Ironwood, Michigan
Time: . 12:15
Summary: .A hovering object was observed. One object was observed by more than two witnesses for over one minute.
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 18 1950
Location: .Montevideo, Uruguay
Time: . 15:45
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported.
Source: .Petrowitsch, Pablo


Date: March 18 1950
LocationLago Argentino Argentina
Time: 1830
Summary:  Wilfredo Arevalo, a rancher, saw a huge disc land, another hovering above. He got to within 150 yards of the landed UFO, which was giving off a greenish blue vapor and “an intense smell of burning benzene.” Above the saucer, a large flat disc was rotating, “like a phonograph record.” In the center was a transparent cabin; he could see 4 tall men with pallid faces, dressed in “cellophane,” working at instruments. Then the craft shone a searchlight on him, it lit up with blue light, and it rose up, emitting red & green flames and a faint hum. Both craft sped off, leaving bluish trails. Next day burnt grass was found at the site. Several other witnesses to the UFO in flight.
Source: Donald Hanlon, The Humanoids


Date: March 18 1950
Location: .Leuven, Flemish Brabant, Belgium
Time: .Evening
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were observed by several witnesses.
Source: .SOBEPS


Date: March 19 1950
Location: .Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Time: . 13:00
Summary: .Four objects were observed by five witnesses in a city for a few seconds (Moore).
Source: .Doubt Magazine


Date: March 19 1950
Location: .Chehalis, Washington
Time: .Afternoon
Summary: .One object was observed by two witnesses briefly (Boorman).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 19 1950
Location: .Colorado Springs, Colorado
Time: . 17:45
Summary: .One object was observed by numerous witnesses.
Source: .Bloecher, Ted R. 


Date: March 19 1950
Location: .Guijuelo, Salamanca, Spain
Time: . 18:15
Summary: .One object was observed by two witnesses in a town for over three minutes.
Source: .Data-Net Report


Date:  March 20 1950: Cylindrical UFO Photographed Over New York City 


Date: March 20 1950
Location: .La Serena Estación, Chile
Time: . 02:30
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported.
Source: .Petrowitsch, Pablo


Date: March 20 1950
Location: .Clovis, New Mexico        BBU
Time: . 09:00
Summary: .Spherical then elongated object flying at 2,000 mph 35 miles southeast of Clovis, New Mexico, USAF pilot of T-6 saw a white spherical then elongated object flying at 2,000 mph.
Source: .AFOSI


Date: March 20 1950
Location: .Las Vegas, New Mexico
Time: . 11:50
Summary: .Two objects were observed by two witnesses (Gallegos).
Source: .Bloecher, Ted R. 


Date: March 20 1950
Location: .Greenwood, Missouri
Time: . 12:30
Summary: .Bright and strange object which disappeared suddenly. An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. One object was observed by two witnesses in-flight for ten minutes.
Source: .Weinstein, Dominique Aircraft UFO Encounters Project ACUFOE, Paris, 1999


Date: March 20 1950
Location: .Houston, Texas
Time: .Afternoon
Summary: .More than eight objects were observed by one witness for two minutes (Jeanes; Smith).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 20 1950
Location: .Villach, Kaernten, Austria
Time: . 20:00
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported.
Source: .Schoenherr, Luis


Date: March 20 1950
Location: .Santa Fe, New Mexico
Time: .Evening
Summary: .More than one object was observed by two witnesses (Ortiz).
Source: .Newspaper 


DateMarch 20 1950: Pilots observe fast-moving, disc-shaped UFO


Date: March 20 1950
Location: .San Vicente, Libertador General Bernardo O’Higgins, Chile
Time: .Night
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported
Source: .Petrowitsch, Pablo 


Date: March 20 1950
Location: .Asiago, Veneto, Italy
Time: . 23:00
Summary: .One object was observed by a male witness.
Source: .Doubt Magazine


Date: March 21 1950
Location: .Gainchurizqueta, Spain
Time: . 00:30
Summary: .Objects were observed. They moved with a falling-leaf motion. Two objects were observed by two male witnesses at a mountain for six seconds.
Source: .Data-Net Report


Date: March 21 1950
Location: .General Belgrano, Córdoba, Argentina
Time: . 03:00
Summary: .One object was observed.
Source: .Vallee, Jacques


Date: March 21 1950
Location:  Zaragoza, Spain
Time: .04:30
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported.
Source: .Data-Net Report


Date: March 21 1950
Location: .Los Alamos, New Mexico
Time: .Morning
Summary: .One object was observed by two witnesses near a nuclear test site (Griffin).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 21 1950
Location: .Rapid City, South Dakota
Time: . 10:00
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported in a city for two minutes.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 21 1950
Location: Barra.Douro, Portugal
Time: . 11:30
Summary: .A daytime disc was observed by a male witness.
Source: .Data-Net Report


Date: March 21 1950
Location: .Idyllwild, California
Time: .Daytime
Summary: . One object, about 150 feet across, was observed by 100 witnesses for four hours (Elder).
Source: .Scully, Frank Behind the Flying Saucers Holt, 1950


Date: March 21 1950
Location: .
Time: .
Summary: .
Source: .


Date: March 21, 1950
Location: Kirtland AFB, Sandia, New Mexico
Time: Not 13:00 – 13:20
Summary: Time: 1300; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: unknown; Area: Sandia Base, New Mexico; Direction: northeast to southeast; Altitude: 40,000-60,000′; Color: varied from shiny silver to shady gray; Train: none; Duration: 30minutes; Sound: none; Shape: round; Size: size of end of thumb at arm’s length; Speed: about same as jet aircraft; Disappearance: disappeared. Time: 1300 1330; Number of Observers: 4; Reliability: unknown; Area: Kirtland AFB, New Mexico; Direction: southeast to south; Altitude: 40° to 50° above horizon; Course: zigzag motion up and down; Color: bright silver; Train: none; Duration: one minute; Sound: none; Shape: round; Size: size of dime at arm’s length; Speed: about same as fast jet aircraft; Disappearance: disappeared from range of vision. Time: 1315; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: unknown; Area: Sandia Base, New Mexico; Direction: E; Altitude: 75° above horizon; Color: white; Train: none; Duration: five minutes; Sound: none; Shape: round; Size: smaller than fist at arm’s length; Speed: app 600 – 700 mph; Disappearance: disappeared from range of vision. Time: 1320; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: unknown; Area: Sandia Base, New Mexico; Direction: east to southwest; Altitude: app 45° above horizon; Color: two objects silver; Train: none; Duration: 10 minutes; Sound: none; Shape: round; Size: app size of dime at arm’s length; Speed: excessive to jet flight; Disappearance: gradually faded from view.
Source: AFOSI 


Date: March 21 1950
Location: .Miranda Del Ebro, Spain
Time: . 15:00
Summary: .One object was observed by more than three witnesses.
Source: .Vallee, Jacques


Date: March 21 1950
Location: .Houston, Texas
Time: . 15:35
Summary: .Seven objects were observed by one witness for five minutes (Bradley; Rhodes).
Source: .Newspaper


Date: March 22 1950
Location: .Villarta de San Juan, Ciudad Real, Spain
Time: . 05:50
Summary: .Two industrialists saw bright cloud-like object while driving, emitting very bright light. Appeared to collide with object, seen again 20 times during drive. At 5:45 a.m. two industrialists in Spain saw a bright blue, cloud-like object while driving in Villarta de San Juan, Ciudad Real Province. It emitted a very bright light that appeared to collide with the object. The UFO was seen again 20 times during their drive.
Source: .Rogerson, Peter Worldwide Catalog of Type 1 Reports


Date: March 22 1950
Location: .Sandia, New Mexico
Time: . 10:00
Summary: .Time: 10; Number of Observers: 3; Reliability: unknown; Area: Sandia Base, New Mexico; Direction: SE to NW; Course: line parallel with line tangent to the earth; Color: blue center with orange exterior; Train: none; Duration: 11/2-3 seconds; Sound: none; Shape: round like ball from roman candle; Speed: one 1/2 seconds 30° azimuth; Disappearance: burned out.
Source: .AFOSI


Date: March 22,1950
Location: Kirtland AFB, New Mex.
Time:  11:00
Summary: Eleven members of the 4925th Test Group (Atomic) witnessed a UFO northwest of Kirtland AFB, New Mexico, in broad daylight. Time: 1100; Number of Observers: 11; Reliability: unknown; Area: Kirtland AFB, New Mexico; Direction: northwest changing to N; Altitude: 25,000 to 30,000′; Course: horizontal; Color: tan to brown; Train: none; Duration: five to six seconds; Sound: none; Shape: flying wing; Size: about size of golf ball held at arm’s length; Speed: extremely high speed; Disappearance: disappeared.
SourceGross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1951 Author, Fremont, 1982


Date: March 22 1950
Location: .White River Junction, Vermont
Time: . 12:10
Summary: .One object was observed by 20 witnesses for ten minutes (Grant).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 22 1950
Location: .Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
Time: .Daytime
Summary: .Several objects were observed by one witness (Linfield).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 22 1950
Location: .Tarragona, Spain
Time: .Daytime
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported.
Source: .CEONI


Date: March 22 1950
Location: .Berlin, Germany
Time: .Afternoon
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported.
Source: .Schoenherr, Luis 


Date: March 22 1950
Location: .Hasselt, Limburg, Belgium
Time: . 18:15
Summary: . One object was observed by several witnesses for several minutes (Gerard).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 22 1950
Location: .Keewatin, Ontario, Canada
Time: . 19:45
Summary: .One object, about 2 feet across, was observed by one witness (Morden).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 22 1950
Location: .Madrid, Spain
Time: .Night
Summary: .More than two objects were observed by several witnesses.
Source: .CEONI


Date: March 22 1950
Location: .Honolulu, Hawaii
Time: . After 2300
Summary: .One object was observed by numerous witnesses for six seconds (Onama).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 23 1950
Location: .Idyllwild, California
Time: .
Summary: . Eight objects, about 40 feet across, were observed at an airport.
Source: .Hill, H. Edward Catalog Through 1950


Date: March 23, 1950
Location: 85 miles NW of Jacksonville, Florida (BB)
Time: 12:30 a.m. EST.
Summary: A USAF pilot, Lt. Hahn, was on a flight from Jacksonville, Florida, to Robins AFB in a C-47 aircraft. He saw a blue white flame about 50 to 75 feet long coming at him from 11 o’clock at very high speed. T/Sgt. Young, a passenger on the aircraft, also saw the blue white flame approach the C-47. [Probable meteor
Source: Dan Wilson, BB files


Date: March 23 1950
Location: .La Buitrera, Colombia
Time: . 04:00
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported.
Source: .Petrowitsch, Pablo 


Date: March 23 1950
Location: .Zaragoza, Spain
Time: . 04:30
Summary: .One object was observed by one witness for a few seconds.
Source: .Vallee, Jacques


Date: March 23 1950
Location: .Pensacola, Florida
Time: . 09:00
Summary: .One metallic disc was observed at a military facility for 30 minutes.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 23 1950
Location: .Asti, Piemonte, Italy
Time: . 12:30
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported (Larizza).
Source: .Boncompagni, Solas UFO in Italia, Volume I, (Periodo 1907-1953) Tedeschi, Firenze, 1974


Date: March 23 1950
Location: .Yuma, Arizona
Time: .Daytime
Summary: .UFO hovered 20,000′, left at high speed moving rapidly to the east. A hovering flying disc was observed. One disc, of huge size, was observed by one witness at a park for two minutes (McCullen).
Source: .Gross, Loren E.
UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March
Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 23 1950
Location: .El Moudzine, Morocco
Time: . 18:45
Summary: .A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed for a few seconds.
Source: .Vallee, Jacques 


Date: March 23 1950
Location: .Hoersching, Oberoesterreich, Austria
Time: .22:50
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported (Simon).
Source: .Keul, A 


Date: March 23 1950
Location: .Havana (La Habana), Cuba
Time: .Night
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported.
Source: .Petrowitsch, Pablo 


Date: March 23 1950
Location: .Jalapa Enriquez, Mexico
Time: .Night
Summary: .A Mexican newspaper, El Universal, reported that at least 300 disc-shaped UFOs were sighted zooming around the sky above the city of Jalapa Enriquez, in the State of Veracruz, Mexico on this night. In Yuma, Arizona a UFO hovered over the park at 20,000 feet for two minutes during the day, then left at high speed to the east.
Source: .Arnold, Kenneth Coming of the Saucers Authors, Amherst, 1952


Date: March 24 1950
Location: .Willows, California
Time: .
Summary: .A flying disc was observed. One silver disc was observed for ten minutes.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 24 1950
Location: .Santa Fe, New Mexico
Time: .Morning
Summary: .One object was observed by 20 witnesses briefly (Coco).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 24 1950
Location: .Eisden, Belgium
Time: . 13:25
Summary: . One object was observed by three male witnesses at a mine for over one minute (Maes; Peters).
Source: .SOBEPS


Date: March 24 1950
Location: .Sioux City, Iowa
Time: . Around 1500
Summary: .One object was observed by one witness.
Source: .Bloecher, Ted R. 


Date: March 24 1950
Location: .Jerseyville, Illinois
Time: .Night
Summary: A hovering Object glowed with bluish-white light, appeared to remain stationary 2-3 minutes. 
Source: .Weinstein, Dominique Aircraft UFO Encounters Project ACUFOE, Paris, 1999


Date: March 25 1950
Location: .Penaranda.Duero, Spain
Time: .
Summary: .One object was observed by a group of witnesses (Ananz).
Source: .Ballester Olmos, Vicente-Juan 


Date: March 25 1950
Location: .Valdehuncar, Caceres, Spain
Time: . 02:20
Summary: .One object, about 150 feet across, was observed by three experienced male witnesses (Obejero).
Source: .Ballester Olmos, Vicente-Juan 


Date: March 25 1950
Location: .Balearic Islands & Palma.Majorca, Spain
Time: .03:00
Summary: .A flying disc was observed and photographed. One disc was observed by one male witness. An object was observed and photographed. One oval object was observed by one male witness (Mueller).
Source: .Wilkins, Harold T. Flying Saucers on the Attack Ace Star A-11, New York, 1967


Date: March 25 1950
Location: .Paterna, Valencia, Spain
Time: . 10:30
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported on the shore.
Source: .Ballester Olmos, Vicente-Juan 


Date: March 25 1950
Location: .Barcelona, Spain
Time: . 12:00
Summary: .More than one object was observed by several witnesses on the shore for over 15 minutes.
Source: .Ballester Olmos, Vicente-Juan 


Date: March 25 1950
Location: .San Martin De Los Andes, Argentina
Time: .Afternoon
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported (Franke).
Source: .Schoenherr, Luis 


Date: March 25 1950
Location: .Wien (Vienna), Austria
Time: . 22:02
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported.
Source: .Schoenherr, Luis 


Date: March 25 1950
Location: .New York, New York
Time: .Night
Summary: .One object was observed by numerous witnesses.
Source: .Newspaper


Date: March 26 1950
Location: .Bayreuth, Germany
Time: .
Summary: .Flying discs were observed. Three discs were observed.
Source: .Newspaper


Date: March 26 1950
Location: .Acre, Israel
Time: .
Summary: .Several discs were seen from a Lebanese airliner off the coast of the ancient city of Acre (now Akko), Israel. They were travelling north and flying at a high altitude while emitting trails of smoke. At 11:15 a.m. five disc-shaped UFOs were seen, first three, then another two, flying over Bruswick, Georgia . They were silver in color, and flew at 30,000 feet altitude at a speed greater than 1,800 mph.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 26 1950
Location: .Zugspitze, Austria
Time: . 09:45
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported (Kecht).
Source: .Schoenherr, Luis 


Date: March 26 1950
Location: .National Airport, Virginia 
Time: .10:00
Summary: . Man dives private plane toward 40 feet wide metallic disc. Disc ascended vertically into clouds, then rapidly to the east. One disc was observed in-flight for two minutes.
Source: .Hatch, Larry 


Date: March 26 1950
Location: .Tulsa, Oklahoma
Time: .Daytime
Summary: .More than two objects were observed by seven witnesses for a few seconds.
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 26 1950
Location: .Jaen, Spain
Time: .Afternoon
Summary: .One object was observed by one witness.
Source: .Vallee, Jacques 


Date: March 26 1950
Location: .Los Barrios, Nr Algeciras, Spain
Time: . 19:00
Summary: .Rancher saw flying disc as it flew east rapidly to the west, about one second. Source: ABC News (Spain). A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by one experienced male witness on the shore for a few seconds (Ayala, Jose).
Source: .Vallee, Jacques


Date: March 26, 1950
Location: Reno, Nevada
Time:  20:50
Summary: CAA control tower operator saw maneuvering light source. Hovering objects were observed. Multiple independent witnesses. More than one object was observed by several witnesses at an airport for five minutes (Henseler; Matthews).
Source: Hall, Richard H. The UFO Evidence NICAP, Washington, 1964


Date: March 27 1950
Location: .Chicago, Illinois
Time: .
Summary: .Electromagnetic effects were noted. A transient unexplained phenomenon was reported.
Source: .Doubt Magazine


Date: March 27 1950
Location: .Fairfax, Virginia
Time: .
Summary: .One object, about 20 feet across, was observed.
Source: .Hill, H. Edward Catalog Through 1950


Date: March 27 1950
Location: .Torredonjimeno, Jaen, Spain
Time: . 06:00
Summary: .One object was observed by two witnesses.
Source: .Vallee, Jacques 


Date: March 27 1950
Location: .Tulsa, Oklahoma
Time: . 06:16
Summary: .Objects were observed. They departed by rapidly flying straight up until lost to sight. More than five discs were observed by one male witness in a city for over 60 minutes (Andrews; Hughes).
Source: .Scully, Frank Behind the Flying Saucers Holt, 1950


Date: March 27 1950
Location: .Zugspitze, Austria
Time: . 09:45
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported (Kecht).
Source: .Schoenherr, Luis 


Date: March 27, 1950
Location: Motobu Peninsula, Okinawa                                      BBU 678
Time: 10:30 a.m.
Summary: USAF antiaircraft radar operator Cpl. Bolfango tracked stationary target on radar at 18 miles range for 10 mins at 13,000 ft. Object then moved on 220° heading for 16.9 miles in 2 mins or about 500 mph to a point over a mountain apparently still at 13,000 ft, where it was lost. Visual observation not detailed, only mentioned in summary. 12 mins RV
Source: Berliner; Jan Aldrich


Date: March 27 1950
Location: .Madrid, Spain
Time: .Afternoon
Summary: . One object was observed by two witnesses.
Source: .Vallee, Jacques


Date: March 27 1950
Location: .Bludenz, Vorarlberg, Austria
Time: . 15:30
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported.
Source: .Schoenherr, Luis 


Date: March 27 1950
Location: .Algorta, Spain
Time: . 18:30
Summary: . One object was observed by two witnesses.
Source: .Vallee, Jacques


Date: March 27 1950
Location: .St Pankraz, Austria
Time: . 20:45
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported.
Source: .Schoenherr, Luis 


Date: March 27 1950
Location: .Goshen, Indiana
Time: .Night
Summary: . An unidentifiable object was observed at close range.
Source: .Haines, Richard F. CE-5: Close Encounters of the Fifth Kind Sourcebooks, Naperville, 1998 ISBN:1-57071-427-4


Date: March 27 1950
Location: .Worland, Wyoming
Time: . 23:00
Summary: .Five in car saw saucer hovering over sulphur plant. It flew away as car got near. It had a row of blue lights. One blue disc was observed by five witnesses at a factory for a few seconds (Sherard).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 27 1950
Location: .Berlin, Germany
Time: .Night
Summary: .Astronomers notice bright “star” haven’t seen before. It zig-zagged to the west, stopped at times. A hovering object was observed. It zig-zagged through the air. One light was observed in a city for 20 minutes. No sound was heard.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 28 1950
Location: .Digne, France
Time: .
Summary: .Objects were sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. Three objects were observed. Ummo incident.
Source: .FSR


Date: March 28 1950
Location: .Riva, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy
Time: .
Summary: .A flying disc was observed. It departed by rapidly flying straight up until lost to sight. One disc, about 2 feet across, was observed.
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 28 1950
Location: .Caracas, Distrito Capital, Venezuela
Time: .
Summary: .Huge turtle-shaped object, 7,000 feet altitude. An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One dome-shaped object was observed by two witnesses. Venezuelan Airlines Dc3 incident.
Source: .Weinstein, Dominique Aircraft UFO Encounters Project ACUFOE, Paris, 1999


Date: March 28 1950
Location: .Eureka, California
Time: . 03:20
Summary: .One yellow cylinder was observed on the shore for eight minutes.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 28 1950
Location: .Zugspitze, Austria
Time: . 10:05
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported (Kecht).
Source: .Schoenherr, Luis 


Date: March 28 1950
Location: .Bludenz, Vorarlberg, Austria
Time: . 10:45
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported
Source: .Schoenherr, Luis 


Date: March 28 1950
Location: .Longmont, Colorado
Time: . 11:50
Summary: . One object was observed by several witnesses for several hours (Overturf).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 28 1950
Location: .Amarillo, Texas
Time: . 11:55
Summary: .Silver disc parked in sky for 10 minutes. Shot straight up until out of sight. A hovering flying disc was observed. It departed by rapidly flying straight up until lost to sight. One silver disc was observed by three witnesses in a city for over ten minutes (Davis).
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 28 1950
Location: Between Morton & Mineral Washington
Time: daytime
Summary: While driving, Samuel Eaton Thompson saw an 80 ft diameter object on the ground, shaped like two saucers edge to edge, and apparently “made of a glowing, sun colored substance similar to plastic.” He walked up to it & was invited in by the occupants—10 men, 10 women, & 25 children, none of whom wore any clothing. They spoke English. “I spent about 40 hours with these people, and they were pleasant. I ate some of their food-fruit and herbs from their native planet, Venus.” He was told they had inherited the ship. There were 4 controls; they did not know how these worked; they only knew that to push one set of controls would take them to Earth, and to push another would take them back to Venus. They were “sent to establish goodwill among Earth people;” they said Thompson was the first person ever contacted on this planet. They took him on a trip, landing within 2 blocks of his house. He took a picture of the ship, but it came out so overexposed that he threw the film away. The beings were described as of average height tanned skins, long brown hair, and large beautiful eyes.
Source: Kenneth Arnold & Ted Bloecher


Date: March 28, 1950
Location: Santiago, Chile                                                  BBU 680
Time: 3:15 p.m. 
Summary: M/Sgt. Prince Patterson, U.S. Air Attaché’s office, saw a white object through binoculars flying at extreme altitude and speed, crossing 30° of sky in the WNW about 300° azimuth at one point briefly lost in sun’s glare [at 296° azimuth 29° elevation] then reappearing [and crossing the sky to about 330° azimuth]. Patterson left roof of U.S. Embassy to retrieve camera with telephoto lens but object was gone when he returned. 5-10 secs binoculars. cat 1
Source: Berliner; Jan Aldrich


Date: March 28 1950
Location: .Shabaqua, Ontario, Canada
Time: . Around 1900
Summary: .One object was observed by one witness for over three minutes (Makinen).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 28 1950
Location: .Fort William, Ontario, Canada & Terrace Bay, Ontario, Canada
Time: . 19:30
Summary: .One object, about 5 feet across, was observed by several witnesses for a few seconds (Cambly; Gould; Wirstiuk).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 28 1950
Location: .Kawene, Ontario, Canada & Ouimet, Ontario, Canada
Time: . 19:35
Summary: .One object was observed by one witness (Rusnak).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 28 1950
Location: .Atikokan, Ontario, Canada
Time: . 19:37
Summary: .One object, about 80 feet across, was observed by one witness (Taylor; White).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 28 1950
Location: .South Gillies, Ontario, Canada
Time: . 19:40
Summary: .One object was observed by one witness for a few minutes (Kamstra).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 28 1950
Location: .Escanaba, Michigan
Time: . 19:45
Summary: .One object was observed by two witnesses (Fleury; Siebert; Snow; Strickling).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date: March 28 1950
Location: .Oakland, California
Time: . 21:30
Summary: .Smoke. Luminous white ball left behind white smoke. Fast and slow circles, the rapidly to the east.  One white ball, the size of the moon, was observed by five witnesses in a city for five minutes (Sutton).
Source: .Newspaper


Date: March 28 1950
Location: .Ceglie Messapica, Italy
Time: . 22:00
Summary: .80cm wide lenticular disc takes off vertically.   It departed by rapidly flying straight up until lost to sight. One disc, about 2 feet across, was observed on the shore for over one minute.
Source: .Verga, Maurizio 


Date: March 28 1950
Location: .Falasco, Italy
Time: .Night
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported (Nacci).
Source: .Boncompagni, Solas UFO in Italia, Volume I, (Periodo 1907-1953) Tedeschi, Firenze, 1974


Date: March 28 1950
Location: .Cagliari, Sardinien, Italy
Time: .Night
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported.
Source: .Boncompagni, Solas UFO in Italia, Volume I, (Periodo 1907-1953) Tedeschi, Firenze, 1974


Date: March 29 1950
Location: .Almansa, Albacete, Spain
Time: . 00:45
Summary: .An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object, about 10 feet across, was observed by one experienced male witness at a building (Gonzalvo).
Source: .Ballester Olmos, Vicente-Juan 


Date: March 29 [30?], 1950
Location: Marrowbone Lake, Tenn.        BBU 682
Time: 7 a.m. 
Summary: Real estate salesmen Whiteside and Williams saw 6-12 dark objects shaped like 300-lb. bombs, estimated 5 ft long, flying 500 mph in descent, making a noise like wind blowing through the trees. Two fishing in boat. three black discs maneuvered in unison 75m altitude, below clouds.
Source: Berliner


Date:  March 29 1950
Location: .La Palma del Condado, Huelva, Spain
Time: . 08:30
Summary: .Square object hovered and made wild maneuvers. One rectangular object was observed by several witnesses in a town for two minutes.
Source: .Vallee, Jacques


Date:  March 29 1950
Location: .Albany, California
Time: . 10:30
Summary: .Teenager saw white spinning cone at 150m altitude. Blue streaks on bottom, rapidly to the east One white cone-shaped object was observed by one male teenage witness in a town for over one minute (Peterson).
Source: . Oakland Tribune.


Date:  March 29 1950
Location: .Villafria, Spain
Time: . 11:20
Summary: .First the tower heard sounds like an incoming unexpected plane, then saucer buzzed tower. Shot up and away rapidly to the east at 1800 kph.  One disc was observed by several male witnesses, three of them an experienced observors, at an airport briefly.
Source: .Vallee, Jacques 


Date:  March 29 1950
Location: .Las Salinas, Chile
Time: . 12:00
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported.
Source: .Petrowitsch, Pablo 


Date:  March 29 1950
Location: .Quilpué, Valparaíso, Chile
Time: . 13:00
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported.
Source: .Petrowitsch, Pablo 


Date:  March 29 1950
Location: .Coalbank Hill, Colorado
Time: .Daytime
Summary: . One object was observed by four witnesses for a few seconds (Paisley).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date:  March 29 1950
Location: .Austin, Texas
Time: .Daytime
Summary: .Flat silver featureless disc hovered for three seconds, then rapidly to the northeast. A hovering flying disc was observed. One silver disc was observed by three male witnesses in a city briefly.
Source: .Hatch, Larry


Date:  March 29 1950
Location: .Ironwood, Michigan
Time: . 14:55
Summary: .One object was observed by seven witnesses at an airport (Christensen).
Source: .Hall, Richard H. The UFO Evidence NICAP, Washington, 1964


Date:  March 29 1950
Location: .Ethel, California
Time: . 19:00
Summary: .One object was observed by two witnesses (McVicar; Saubert).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date:  March 29 1950
Location: .Eureka, California
Time: . 19:20
Summary: .One object was observed by several witnesses.
Source: .Newspaper 


Date:  March 29 1950
Location: .San Diego, California
Time: . 21:00
Summary: .One orange light was observed in a city for over three minutes.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date:  March 29 1950
Location: .Union Point, Georgia
Time: . 22:10
Summary: .Three members of train crew watch round object hover for 10 minutes, orange glow
Source: .Hitt, Michael Georgia UFO Phenomenon 1947-1987


Date:  March 29 1950
Location: .Barcelona, Spain
Time: .Night
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported.
Source: .Stendek 


Date:  March 29 1950
Location: .Fort William, Ontario, Canada
Time: .Night
Summary: .Brilliant fireball with no wings, four nocturnal lights join it, then hover, leave rapidly to the northeast. Five fiery balls were observed in a town for five minutes.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date:  March 30 1950
Location: .Salamanca, Spain
Time: . 01:30
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported.
Source: .Vallee, Jacques


Date:  March 30 1950
Location: .Zugspitze, Austria
Time: . 09:45
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported (Kecht).
Source: .Schoenherr, Luis 


Date:  March 30 1950
Location: .Adrian, Michigan
Time: . Noon
Summary: .A UFO was seen hovering over Adrian, Michigan at noon. At 11:00 p.m. that night another UFO was seen hovering between Worland and Greybull, Wyoming .
Source: .Newspaper 


Date:  March 30 1950
Location: .Quinteros, Chile
Time: . 12:20
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported.
Source: .Petrowitsch, Pablo 


Date:  March 30 1950
Location: .Rancagua, Libertador General Bernardo O’Higgins, Chile
Time: . 12:30
Summary: .A daytime disc was reported.
Source: .Petrowitsch, Pablo 


Date:  March 30 1950
Location: .Austin, Texas
Time: . 13:30
Summary: .One object was observed by two witnesses for 42 seconds (Osborne).
Source: .


Date:  March 30 1950
Location: .St Ignace, Michigan
Time: . 19:30
Summary: .60cm white disc over straits, left blue smokey film in sky. Very high altitude. three separate witnesses. One white disc, about 2 feet across, was observed at a lake for over one minute.
Source: .Hatch, Larry


Date:  March 30 1950
Location: .Santiago.Compostela, Spain
Time: .Night
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported.
Source: .Stendek 


Date:  March 30 1950
Location: .Kassel, Germany
Time: .Night
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported (Niemann).
Source: .UFO Nachrichten (Veit)


Date:  March 31 1950
Location: .Bari, Apulien, Italy
Time: .
Summary: .A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed.
Source: .Newspaper 


Date:  March 31 1950
Location: .Escanaba, Michigan
Time: .
Summary: .Fiery blue glowing disc raced over town. Spewed ribbon of blue flame. News reports.
Source: .Gross, Loren E. UFOs: A History. 1950: January-March Author, Fremont, 1983


Date: March 31, 1950
Location: 40 miles E of Little Rock, N of Stuttgart, Ark.                                 BBU 671
Time: 9:26 p.m. CST. 
Summary: Chicago & Southern Airlines Capt. Jack Adams and First Officer G. W. Anderson, Jr., flying a DC-3 at 2,000 ft heading W from Memphis to Little Rock, Ark., saw a 100 ft diameter circular disc. In the top center of the object was an extremely bright blinking light at an estimated 3 flashes per second. The object passed directly in front of the airliner, the distance of not more than 1/2 mile and approximately 1000 feet higher than the airliner. The object was under observation for 25 to 35 seconds.
Source: Sparks Database of Bluebook Unknowns Version 1.7, Dec. 31, 2003


Date:  March 31 1950
Location: .Linz, Oberoesterreich, Austria
Time: . 03:00
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported.
Source: .Keul, A


Date:  March 31 1950
Location: .McAlisterville, Pennsylvania
Time: . 13:30
Summary: .Farmboy saw two ovoids dive fast, then level off at 600m altitude. Buzzing and whirling for two minutes. Two ovoid objects were observed by one male teenage witness on a farm for over two minutes (Watts). A buzzing sound was heard.
Source: .Newspaper


Date:  March 31 1950
Location: .Crescent City, California
Time: . 19:21
Summary: .One object was observed by two witnesses (Bienick; King).
Source: .Newspaper 


Date:  March 31 1950
Location: .Niort, Poitou-Charentes, France
Time: .Night
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported.
Source: .Plantier, Jean La Propulsion des Soucoupes Volantes Mame, 1955


Date:  March 31 1950
Location: .Fontenay-le-Comte, Pays-de-la-Loire, France
Time: .Night
Summary: .Nocturnal lights were reported.
Source: .Plantier, Jean La Propulsion des Soucoupes Volantes Mame, 1955


Date: March 31 1950
Location: Near Jacumba California
Time: night
Summary: One witness reported seeing a saucer land on highway 80 outside of town. A small dwarf-like humanoid exits the saucer and reportedly runs down Highway 80 “faster than Jesse Owens.” Close encounter with a an unidentified craft and its occupants. One disc was observed by one female witness, an experienced observor, briefly. One 4-foot-tall dwarf was seen.
Source: Newspaper Clipping in HUMCAT


Date:  March  1950
Location: .
Time: .
Summary: .
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