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Date: May 5, 1964: UFO lands and leaves crater with holes

Date: May 9, 1964
Location: Asheville, North Carolina     BBU 8787
Summary: Civilian witnesses.
Source: NARA

Date: May 9, 1964
Location: Chicago, Illinois                BBU 8788
Time: 10:20 p.m.
Summary:  J. R. Betz, U.S. District Court reporter, saw 3 light green crescent-shaped objects, about half the apparent size of the moon, flew very fast in tight formation from E to W, oscillating in size and color for 3 secs.
Source: Berliner

Date: May 10, 1964
Location: La Rioja, Argentina
Summary: Domed disc rose from woods, electromagnetic (E-M) effects on van, 10-meter (30-foot) burnt circle found next day 
Source: UFOE Section XII

Date:  May 15, 1964
Location: Stallion Test Site, NM
Time: 11:30 p.m.
Summary:. Two scrambles, radar/visual, UFOs sent proper IFF signals. 

Date: May 17, 1964
Location: Near Lawrence, Ohio
Summary: Close encounter II, no details.
Source: UFOI-2,7

Date: May 17, 1964
Location: Tipton, Indiana
Time: 10:15 p.m.
Summary:  Citizens and police officers called to the scene, witnessed a UFO. The reddish object appeared round while hovering, then darted across the sky and appeared flattened while in motion.  
Source: UFOI-II,7

Date: May 18, 1964
Location: Mt. Vernon, Virginia              BBU 8811
Time: 5:15 p.m. 
Summary: Civil engineer F. Meyers saw a small, glowing white oval split twice after moving from the right of the moon (to the E, half moon phase, 115° azimuth, 48° elevation) around to the left.
Source: Berliner

Date: May 19, 1964: UFO frightens boy and cow

Date: May 23, 1964: Cumberland Spaceman / Solway Firth Photograph

Date: May 24, 1964
Location: White Sands/Holloman AFB, New Mexico
Summary: The Air Force confirmed that a radar unit at Holloman twice tracked UFOs in the area of White Sands, which lies west of Holloman. The spokesman, however, alluded to a natural phenomenon such as a dust storm, as the probable cause; however, it is considered unlikely that the fine particles present in a dust storm could have induced a radar return that resembled a solid object.
Source: Jan Aldrich, BB files, The UFO Reporter, Summer, 1964

Date:  May 24 [26?], 1964
Location: Millinocket, Maine BBU
Time: 9 p.m.
Summary:  Man and a friend driving on Millinocket Lake Road saw a fiery, structure less 2 ft spherical object to the side, stopped, left the car to get a better look. They became afraid, walked back to the car, the sphere followed them. Car would not start while sphere was within 5-10 ft. 
Source: Vallée Magonia 607

Date: May 26, 1964
Location: Cambridge, Mass.             BBU 8836
Time: 7:43 p.m.
Summary:  P. Wankowicz, RAF pilot and ex-Smithsonian satellite tracker, saw a thin, white ellipsoid (3.5x length/width ratio) fly straight and level.
Source: Berliner

Date: May 26, 1964
Location: Pleasant View, Penna.            BBU 8839
Time: 11 p.m.
Summary:  Rev. H. C. Shaw saw a yellow-orange light, shaped like the bottom of a ball, in a field and chased down the road for 2 miles.
Source: Berliner

Date:  May  1964

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