(Last Updated On: February 22, 2017)

Date: December 4, 1964 
Location: Baker, Oregon        BBU
Time: 4:50 a.m. local time
Summary: A glowing round object that had the apparent size ranging from a baseball to a basketball at arm’s length and was seen by at least 4 observers, Harold H. Eves TSGT Radar Operations Crew Chief , a city policeman, Donald H. Stinett 821st Radar Squadron, and Vernon W. Meador  821st Radar Squadron AC&W Operator. Observations were made with binoculars and a surveyors scope, and there were also radar returns observed on an AN/FPS-35 Search Radar. Length of observation was approximately 2 hours. Some observers saw from 3 to 4 objects.   
Source: Dan Wilson, McDonald list

Date:  Dec. 18, 1964 
Location: Manasquan, NJ 
Time: 2:00 AM
Summary: Our family had at least five contacts over a four year period. First my daughter Martha described her experience. Then Connie told me what happened to her. John described an “owl” who came in the window. “But he didn’t get me, I hid between the edge of the mattress and the wall” Then the most detailed information came from a child who,at that time was a little less than four. Finally, exactly a year later they came for me. Three Aliens named Xeno, Nem and Omah took me away and removed ovum All of these contacts happened at night probably after one AM in our bedrooms. I have kept this to myself for years and told the children not to discuss anything about their experiences because I didn’t want to get the reputation of being mentally ill and I wanted to avoid our being the “crazy McCann Family” At that time NO ONE believed in Aliens or Flying Saucers and if I had spoken of it I would have had personal difficulties with neighbors and others. Times have changed and if anything I can say could be helpful I will cooperate fully. 
Source:  MUFON CMS

Date: December 19, 1964 
Location: Patuxent River NAS, Maryland                BBU
Time: 3:30 a.m.
Summary:  USN control tower operator Bernard Sujka and 2 other CTO’s tracked 2 large target 10 miles apart heading directly toward the radar station at about 7,000 mph, swerving off at 15 miles range, then approaching again to 10 miles, then one target returned to 8 miles range and made a high speed 160° turn.
Source: NICAP

Date: Dec. 21, 1964: Immense cone-shaped object crosses low over highway

Date: Christmas of 1964 – 1977: The Warminster Thing

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