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Date: 1952: Bat Shaped Object seen over Shemya Island


Date: 1952: 4 foot alien spotted


Date: Jan. 1952
Location: Weston, Wyoming    BBU
Time: 10:30 p.m.
Summary: 38-year ­old rancher saw a “shooting star” suddenly stop in mid-air between him and a mountain, spinning clockwise, with one red window periodically facing the observer, went down toward the Little Powder River, come up again. He turned his car to send light signals, object seemed to respond by stopping its red window to face witness. Spinning resumed, object rose and came down. Similar object arrived, then both went into the deep valley out of sight.
Source: Vallée Magonia 88


Date: Jan. 9, 1952
Location: Kerrville, Texas
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Summary: Cat 3. Odd “roaring” interference on radio as UFO circled town.
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Date: Jan. 16, 1952
Location: Artesia, New Mexico (BBU 1037)
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Summary: This case was incorrectly dated for years. A motionless dull-white, round object 5/3 larger than balloon. This incident occurred in 1951, not 1952. 
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Date: Jan. 20, 1952
Location:  Fairchild AFB, Wash.   BBU
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Summary: Two Air Force master sergeants, intelligence specialists, reported a bluish-white spherical object with a long blue tail that flew beneath a solid overcast.
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Date: Jan. 21, 1952
Location: Mitchel AFB, N.Y.
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Summary: A Navy TBM torpedo bomber pilot chased a dome-shaped circular white object that accelerated and pulled away from him.
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Date: Jan. 22, 1952
Location: Nenana, Alaska    BBU
Time: 12:20 am.(AHST)
Summary: Ground radar outpost and three airborne radar sets on F-94 interceptors tracked a distinct unexplainable target. USAF Lt. A. L. B. a CPS-6B radar operator at ADC radar site F-2, Murphy Dome AFS (about 19 miles WNW of Fairbanks), Alaska, tracked an inbound or outbound target at 210° azimuth at about 1,500 to 2,400 mph, and after 10-12 radar sweeps 12 secs each, urgently called twice (at 12:25 and 12:26 a.m.) for interception, and 2 USAF F-94 jets were scrambled [possibly multiple reversals of UFO direction in this time interval]. At 12:52-53 a.m., unidentified target was tracked inbound at 210° azimuth heading N at 45 miles range for about 1 min, first F-94 at 30,000 ft was vectored on 180° heading to attempt intercept at 20 miles projected range of target to radar site, but target reversed course over an 8-mile radius of turn (roughly 5 gs) and headed outbound at 1,500+ mph heading S and away from radar site and F-94. Pilot Lt. C. E. G. and radar observer Capt. V. D. R. on first F-94 tracked two targets, one strong one faint on. F-94 circled for an hour before getting another target at 12 o’clock low, dropped to 25,000 ft with 100-knot closure rate, no visual contact, had to pull up at 200 yards distance to avoid collision, F-94 released to return to base at 2:13 a.m. Pilot Capt. R. time also obtained radar lock on to a target at 12 o’clock high at 17,000 yards range for 2-3 mins.
Source: BB Status Rpt 7; McDonald files; Jan Aldrich; FUFOR Index; cf. Ruppelt


Date: Jan. 22 [21?], 1952
Location: SE of Mitchell AFB, New York     BBU
Time: 9:50 am. (EST).
Summary: USN TBM­3W bomber chased a a white circular domed-disc which shot away and climbed out of sight.
Source: GRUDGE Rpt; Project 1947


Date: Jan. 29, 1952
Location: Wonsan, Korea   BBU
Time: 11:00 pm. 
Summary: 30 miles SW of Wonsan, USAF crew of B-29 flying at above 20,000 ft and 148 knots (170 mph) ground speed saw an orange luminous rotating and pulsating 3 ft sphere [or disc?], with blue flame halo, follow the B­29 at a distance of about 600 ft at the 8 o’clock position advancing forward to 9 o’clock then falling back to 8 o’clock [at one point almost withdrawing from view then returning?]. 
Source: LIFE Incident 9; Project 1947; Loren Gross


Date: Jan. 29-30, 1952
Location:  Suncheon, South Korea     BBU
Time: 11:24 p.m. 
Summary: USAF crew of B-29 at 20,000 ft and 125 knots (144 mph) ground speed saw an orange sphere follow the B-29 at their level or slightly below [sun­like in brightness and 600 ft away?].
Source: LIFE Incident 9; Project 1947; Loren Gross


Date: January-February 1952: Humanoid Sighting in Brazil


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