(Last Updated On: June 5, 2016)

Date: January 1, 1956
Location: Sao Sebastiao
Summary: One warm night in the summer of 1956, a wealthy, respected professor of Roman Law, Joao de Freitas Guimareaes, was out for a walk on the beach at Sao Sebastio when a huge disk-shaped craft–about 60 FT in diameter–landed on the beach. The disk was about 18 FT high and rested on a pawnshop-type landing gear of three balls. Two 6-FT tall men got out of the disk, and Guimareaes tried to communicate in English, French, Spanish, and Italian without success. Then the two visitors communicated with him through telepathy and invited him aboard. The two men had blond hair, green eyes, and were wearing yellow shoes. The professor entered the disk, which immediately took off. An hour later, the disk landed back on the beach, and the professor departed from the spacecraft.

Date: January 1956
Location: Near Hesperia California
Time: night
Summary: The witness woke up to see a small big eyed baldheaded man looking at her through the back picture window of her bedroom. She woke up her husband and he went out back to check and found no footprints in the snow.
Source: Patricia Lee, Shadowmag

Date: Jan. 11, 1956
Location:  Wurtsmith AFB, MI (BBU)
Time: 5:40 p.m. (MST)
Summary: F-89D locks onto object with radar after control tower spots UFO. Culpepper and Complaer. 
Source: McDonald list; FUFOR Index; BBU Files

Date: Jan. 17, 1956
Location: Orangeville, Canada
Summary: Disc-shaped UFO seen at close range; rings of light visible on bottom. 
Source: UFOE, XII

Date: Jan. 18, 1956
Location: Itazuke AFBJapan (BBU)
Time: 10:00 a.m.
Summary: Air crew sighting of white round balloon-shaped object traveling at high speed, no trail.
Source: Project 1947; FUFOR Index; BBU Files

Date: Jan. 22, 1956
Location: Gulf of Mexico, nr. New Orleans
Summary: Pan American Airways flight engineer saw a large elongated object, emitting yellow flame or light, pass aircraft from horizon to behind a weather front.
Source: UFOE, V

Date: Jan. 24, 1956
Location:  Wheelus AFB, Tripoli, Libya (BBU)
Time: 2:52 p.m. local time
Summary: An unidentified object was picked up on radar at 99 degrees azimuth at 75 miles range. The object was tracking at 330 degrees at 75 knots at 1000 feet altitude. The target was tracked for 12 minutes at which time the object faded from the radar. 
Source: McDonald list; FUFOR Index; BBU Files

Date:  January  1956

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