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1952: 3 white, odd shaped forms seen in Central Point, Oregon

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Date: about September 1952

Sighting Time:

Day/Night: night

Location: Central Point Oregon

Urban or Rural: Rural

Entity Type: three white, odd shaped forms

Entity Description: between 3 and 4-feet tall, with no clear features. No extremities were observed; they looked, in fact, very similar to the “shmoos” that were depicted in the “I’ll Abner” comic strip. Necks and head of each entity were about half the length of the body itself. Two led the way and the third, which followed, was slightly smaller.

Hynek Classification: CE-III (Close Encounter III) Close observation with animate beings associated with the object.

Duration: minute or so

Distance to Entity(s): 8 to 15 feet at the closest.

Number of Witnesses: three

Source: Ted Bloecher

Summary/Description: Mrs L L Zamrzla, riding with her husband and 12-year old daughter to their home in the Rouge Valley, a few miles northwest of Medford, reports that as they rounded the corner of Old Stage Road onto Scenic Avenue, three white, odd shaped forms crossed in front of the car from right to left, disappearing into the trees ahead of them.

Mr. Zamrzla, hit the breaks as the 3 figures glided smoothly across the road, diagonally away from the witnesses. They were between 3 and 4-feet tall, with no clear features. No extremities were observed; they looked, in fact, very similar to the “shmoos” that were depicted in the “I’ll Abner” comic strip. Necks and head of each entity were about half the length of the body itself. Two led the way and the third, which followed, was slightly smaller. They were in view for a minute or so—enough time to get a food clear view of them at a distance of not more than 8 to 15 feet at the closest.

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