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1958: July UFO & Alien Sightings

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(Last Updated On: June 14, 2016)

Date: Summer 1958
Location: Holloman AFB

Date: July 17, 1958 
Location: Chitose AFB, Japan
Summary: Radar-visual sighting of circling reddish light. 
Source: UFOE, III

Date:  July 20, 1958
Location:  4 miles N of Glennie, Mich. BBU
Time: 2 p.m. (CDT). 
Summary: 3 independent witnesses heard an object hit water of a private lake making a circle 10 ft across with foam on edge of circle 2-3 ft high, making loud sound heard 200 yards away. Object sizzled 1.5 mins, zigzagged across surface 200 ft with violent motion, then sank into 50 ft depth of water as circling died out.
Source: Tony Rullan

Date: July 20, 1958 
Location: Crystal Lake, NW of Chicago, Illinois BBU
Time: 5:07 p.m. (CDT).
Summary:  Pilot Allyn saw a white disc the size of a basketball [at arm’s length??] in straight line flight.
Source: Project 1947; FUFOR Index

Date: July 20, 1958
Location: North of Hamar, Norway  BB
Time: 9:24 p.m. local. 
Summary: Two bright white rocket-shaped oblong objects with blue gas trails 7 times the length of the objects were observed by a US Naval aircraft flying at 8,000 feet 12 miles north of Hamar, Norway. The objects were were on an approximate course of 330 degrees true. The object on the right appeared to be ahead. One object appeared to veer off as they came aft of the aircraft. Three witness aboard the aircraft including two experienced Naval pilots sighted the objects. Defense observers in northern Sweden reported that they had seen on the same night a huge fireball that resembled a rocket. It was seen in the northwestern sky at a height of about 1,500 feet. 
Source: Dan Wilson; BB Files

Date: July 26, 1958
Location: Durango, Colorado
Summary:  Ground Observer Corps Supervisor spotted a round silvery object moving “at tremendous speed.” 
Source: UFOE, VII

Date:  July  1958



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