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Date: April 1965
Location: Monte Grande Entre Rios Argentina
Time: daytime
Summary: While hunting, Felipe Martinez saw a large egg shaped craft hovering a few yards above the ground, with a revolving ring around it. He ran toward it shouting “Amigos!” but was stopped short by paralysis. A door opened, and a little figure wearing a “diving suit” descended a ladder; two cables linked his helmet to the saucer. He was not much over 3 ft tall. He spoke to the witness in Spanish, speaking slowly and with difficulty, and said that his people were friendly and came from “near the moon.” He called his machine a “sil,” and said he would meet Martinez again.
Source:   FSR Vol. 13 # 4


Date: April 1 1965: Westford, Massachusetts Sighting


Date: April 3 1965
Location:  Near Fortaleza Brazil
Time:  2320
Summary:  Two traveling salesmen were driving toward Fortaleza when they saw something in the sky that looked like a bright infrared lamp. It shined a ray of light on the car. The object then descended just above the car, the car then began to shake, and its lights went out. They then saw a ray of light come down on the vehicle, at the same time the driver lost control of the vehicle; it skidded sideways and came to a stop. The object then landed in front of the car. Two humanoids, that resembled robots came out from the object and began moving toward the car. Both men got out; one had a rifle and fired at the entities. Suddenly there was a terrible explosion and the two men were temporarily blinded, but they heard no sound. 15 minutes later they could see again, but the object and the two entities were already gone.
Source:  Bob Pratt, UFO Danger Zone


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April 4, 1965; Keesler AFB, Biloxi, Mississippi (BBU 9345)

4:05 a.m. USAF A/2c Corum, weather observer, with confirmation by college student R. Pittman not clear from available data. Saw a 40 ft black, oval object with 4 lights along the bottom, fly in and out of the clouds. (UFOE II, Section I, Berliner)
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Time:  April 10-14, 1965; Misawa AFB, Japan (BBU)
Night. Unidentified radar targets were observed. The targets direction of travel varied. The targets appeared the size of 2 century type aircraft and targets were observed on PAR and ASR at the same points. The targets were seen on eight occasions on April 14, four times on both search and precision radar. In one instance four targets were visible simultaneously. The radars involved were CPN-18 (S-band) and FPN-16 (X-band) GCA radars. Maintenance checked the radar, it appeared normal. The Chief, Target Branch, 1st Lt. David W Vaughan stated; “In the past 12 years I have observed all types of weather, wind, temperature inversion, false returns, birds, and numerous other objects on radar, but never a target this size, moving with the speed and directions of these.” (McDonald list)
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UFO_120Date: April 18 1965
Location: New Mexico 
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bernacillonm041865Date: April 18 1965
Location: Bernalillo New Mexico 
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UFO_91Location:  Near Albuquerque New Mexico
Date: April 18 1965
Time:  1600
Summary: Close to the bed of the Rio Grande Paul Villa saw a craft about 150 ft in diameter that projected a beam of light that caused a small bush fire, then another beam shot out and extinguished it. The craft also produces a “miniature tornado” causing the lower branches of some trees to appear blurred. The turbulence was so high, Villa reported, that he thought he and his truck would be blown away. Suddenly, the wind ceased, and the surrounding air became quite hot and there was dead silence. The ship landed on telescopic tripod landing gear. The three occupants had light brown hair and tan skin and appeared to be about five ft eight inches tall. Villa claimed to have talked to them for nearly two hours about personal as well as general matters.
Source:  Timothy Good, Alien Base


Location:  Orlando, Florida
Date: April 20 1965
Time:  dusk
Summary:  The young witness was riding his bicycle home from a store when he spotted a craft to the east and low to the ground at about 1,000 feet up or so. As he watched fascinated, a small piper aircraft would approach the craft, which would then descend low beyond the witness view. After the plane passed it slowly rose and then made its way towards the witness location  The craft came over to his location and hovered over him. As he looked at the craft it appeared to be metallic and had lights around the edge. He saw struck by a domed section of the craft that seemed to have some sort of window, which seemed to be metallic but transparent in nature. He couldn’t see inside it, but could see light inside and the silhouette of what appeared to be a “being” or figure. The witness thought of his friends which lived nearby and began riding towards their house about a block away. As he approached his friend’s house he heard him yelling for his brother Lloyd to come out and see. Several other neighbors also heard the commotion and stepped out to see the craft. Moments later it made a sudden turn and disappeared almost instantaneously upwards and towards the west.
Source:  NUFORC


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Time:  April 23, 1965; Rivesville, West Virginia (BBU)

8 a.m. Woman saw a 25 ft object land near her house while she was working in the kitchen. Shaped like a disk, with portholes, a cylinder about 3 ft high, a sliding door from which a small being, about 3 ft tall emerged and jumped to the ground. Its face was not clearly visible but it had pointed ears, a sort of tail, was linked to the main object by a cable, wore white clothing, picked up something from the ground, then re-entered the cylinder, which slid up into the larger white disk. Outside rim of landed object started spinning in a counterclockwise motion with a soft whistling sound, it then rose straight up out of sight. (Vallée Magonia 644)

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Date: April 24 1965
Location:  Scoriton Devon England
Time:  1730
Summary: Mr. E A Bryant was out walking when he was confronted by a large aerial object that oscillated to the left and right before coming to rest, 3 ft from the ground. An opening appeared, and 3 men clad in “diving gear” emerged and beckoned to him. When he approached, they took off their helmets. Two had very high foreheads, blue eyes, and fair hair; the third, which called himself by a name something like “Yamski,” had brown eyes and hair. They spoke in English, saying they came from Venus, and regretting that “Des” or “Les” was not present; they promised to return in a month bringing “proof of Mantell,” and left some fragments of metal.
Source:  Eileen Buckle & Norman Oliver


Date: April 25 1965
Location: Rivesville West Virginia
Time:  0800A
Summary: A woman observed an object land near he house while she was working in her kitchen. It was shaped like a disk, showed portholes and a cylinder about 1 meter high, with a sliding door from which a small creature, about 1 meter tall, emerged and jumped to the ground. Its face was not clearly visible, but it had pointed ears, a sort of tail, and was linked to the main object by a cable. It wore white clothing, appeared to pick up something from the ground, and re-entered the cylinder, which then slid up into the larger white disk. The outside rim started spinning in a counterclockwise motion with a soft whistling sound, and the object rose straight up, out of view. Estimated diameter of the disk was seven meters.
Source: Jacques Vallee, Passport to Magonia


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Time:  April 27, 1965; McClellan AFB, California (BB)
7:37 p.m. PST. Capt. Garth W. Skouson, Pilot, and SSGT James H. Perkins, Flight Engineer, while flying a EC-121D aircraft at 15,000 feet on a course of 132 degrees at 170 knots at approximately 240 miles WSW of Los Angeles (33 degrees 2 min. N 122 degrees 30 min. W) observed a blue-white round object the same size as a star move across the horizon in a straight line too swiftly for any known aircraft. The object was first seen at 30 degrees above the horizon and 30 degrees left of nose. The object was last seen at 15 degrees above the horizon 60 degrees left of nose. It suddenly disappeared after brightening slightly. The length of observation was 4 minutes. (Blue Book files) 


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