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Location: Andes Mountains Argentina
Date: December 6 1955
Time: 1700
Italian physicist Narcico Genovese said he was part of an international group of 98 scientists working in a secret underground laboratory in the Andean jungles. At 1700 on the above date, 5 objects like flattened spheres visited their camp, and one landed on their landing field. The UFOs were 23 ft in diameter, with a rotating equatorial band 3 ft wide. 4 Martian humanoids, taller than we are, came out & established friendly relations. A month later 5 UFOs returned, this time with a larger lens shaped object, 230 ft in diameter & 50 ft high. 40 beings emerged, 28 of whom “stayed on Earth to help the scientists perfect their own spaceships.” On October 12 1956, 2 earth built spacecraft carrying humans & Martians traveled to Mars, which they found to be “physically much like the earth, though it’s social & political climate was different.”
Source: Richard Heiden, quoting newspaper source


Date:  December 6 1955
Location:  Marianna, Florida                    BBU
Time:  6 [1?] a.m. 
Summary:  USAF pilot flying MATS transport radar tracked unidentified target.
Source:  Dan Wilson, Brad Sparks, Project 1947; FUFOR Index


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Summary: December 6, 1955; Ashfield & Greenfield, Mass.
Several people watched a cigar-shaped object with long rows of brilliant, reddish body lights, moving slowly south. [UFOE, XII]
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Summary: Dec. 11, 1955; Near Jacksonville, Florida (BBU)
9 p.m. 2 airliner pilots [and crews?] and ground observers saw fast maneuvering orange-red round object, with ground radar tracking. 2 USN jets on a practice night-flying mission were vectored to the object by a Jacksonville NAS controller, on approach the object suddenly rose up to 30,000 ft then dove back down in a circle, buzzing the jets. (Weinstein; NARCAP; BB files??; UFOE, XIII)
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Summary: Dec. 13, 1955; Caddo Lake, Louisiana (BBU)
8:45 p.m. CST. USAF pilot flying B-47 in 513th Bomber Sq saw and radar tracked oblong object. (Project 1947)
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Dec. 17, 1955; Laguna [Mt. Laguna ?], Calif. (BBU)
At 9:45 p.m. PST, three USAF radar operators tracked one target for 13 minutes at speeds estimated as fast as 3000 knots on an AN/FPS-3 radar. The target was inbound from Prescott Radio toward Thermal Radio, seemed to check 20 NM north of Thermal, then turned outbound toward Telescope Peak. According to the report, the object appeared to be using radio aids at Blythe, Thermal, Daggett and Inyokern. Maintenance said there was no internal interference on the radar equipment and the target did not resemble any previously know interference. The track passed out of radar limits. (McDonald, Dan Wilson)
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Location: Washburn Maine
Date: December 21 1955
Time: 2300
About to go to bed, Mrs Roberta Jacobs saw a red orange glare in the sky, and a golden object came to hover over the barn. It resembled a cup inverted on an elliptical saucer, about the size of a jet plane; the disc rotated at high speed. In the lower part of the dome she could see forms moving. “Like a person walking in front of a light—not one but many things.” She felt nauseated, & felt that they were observing her. The object rapidly departed.
Source: Project Blue Book Files


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Summary: Dec. 21, 1955; Caribou, Maine (BBU 3893)
11 p.m. Roberta V. Jacobs saw a round, very bright gold, domed disc in a short climb, then rotate, hover and accelerate. (Berliner)
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Date:  December 29 1955
Location:  New Britain, Conn.
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Summary:  Shiny object hovered, sped away.
Source:  UFOE, XII


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