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corSalvo1966Date: March 1966
Location: Wall Township, New Jersey
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Summary: Robert J. Salvo, a 13 year old boy, walking his dog purports to have taken a photo of a flying saucer. The youth showed this photograph to the Army. No comment was made from the military.
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Date: March 1966
Location: Point Pleasant West Virginia
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Summary: A “reliable woman” said that she had observed a silver disc hovering above a Point Pleasant school. A male figure in a tight fitting silver coverall was “standing” (floating) outside the open door of the object in midair, gazing intently into the school playground. He had pointed features and shoulder-length hair. A similar object, she said, landed sometime later in the yard behind her home, and was witnessed by her teenaged children. A similar being was seen in this occasion as well.
Source: John Keel, FSR Vol. 17 # 3


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A man talking a walk in the Royal Botanical Gardens suddenly experienced a state of heightened perception. He then became aware of a figure or nature spirit resembling the God “Pan” standing nearby. The being had a pointed chin and ears, shaggy legs with cloven hooves with two little horns on his forehead. He was apparently naked. The witness saluted the being that seemed startled by the intrusion. During a brief conversation the being told the witness that he lived in the garden and that his task was to help the growth of trees. He also stated that they no longer were interested in humans since we no longer believed in them.
Source: Colin Wilson, Poltergeist


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Time: March 3, 1966; Oswego, NY (BBU) 
7:20 p.m. Several civilians saw an object fly slowly to the S, hover, come within 50 ft, then fly off to the SW. (Vallée Magonia 728)


Date: March 8, 1966.
Location: Chesterton, Indiana
Time: 2:30 PM
Summary: On March 8th at 2:30 PM there was a good quality daylight disc sighting at Chesterton, Indiana. (Exhibit 6a) The UFO, surrounded by a bright, misty haze, hovered above a cloud bank for 4-5 minutes. It then changed angles and sped away.
Source: UFOs, A New Look, page 46, NICAP


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Time: March 11, 1966; Indio, CA
2:30 a.m. PST. Three glowing yellowish objects with legs were seen resting on the ground in the California Desert. The brilliant luminosity concealed the exact shape of the objects. “Antennas” (projections) extended and retracted rapidly from the objects, their tips glowed green. One of the objects paced a car for 3 hours between Indio, California, and Salome, Arizona. (NICAP notes; NICAP report.)
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Time: March 11, 1966; Ringwood, NJ
Time not reported. A Catholic Mother Superior reported seeing a very bright UFO hovering over the Ringwood iron mines. A distant smaller light flashed as if signaling, and the larger object flew away to the west leaving a red glow in its wake. (NICAP notes.)
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Time: March 13, 1966; Portsmouth, NH
Time not available. A reporter and his family saw an egg-shaped object about 150 feet over power lines. TV and house lights dimmed (EM effects), and a vibration was felt. (New Hampshire NICAP Subcommittee report.)
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Time: March 13, 1966; LaCross, WI

9:30 p.m. CST. Police and citizens saw two bluish-green lighted objects and heard a beeping noise as if signals were being exchanged between the two. Dogs reacted to the objects (animal reactions.) (NICAP notes.)

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Date:  March 14, 1966: The Michigan Sightings / ‘Swamp Gas’ Case


Date:  March 14, 1966
Location:   Southport, CT
Time: 9:00-9:30 p.m. EST. 
Summary: A motorist saw an unidentified aerial object with a dome on top, and a row of red and white flashing lights, that paced his car. The object then changed color to white and sped away (color change-motion correlation). Later (11:30 p.m.), an unidentified aerial object with domed top, flat bottom, and red and white flashing lights, descended abruptly in front of the witness’s car, and hovered inches off the road. The driver slammed on the brakes, and the object took off. The object was so large that it overlapped the road.
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Time: March 15, 1966; Youngstown, OH
Time not reported. A police officer and other witnesses saw a metallic-appearing circular object with blue lights in apparent portholes along its side. The UFO stopped overhead, trailing two exhaust flames, then shot away to the northwest. (NICAP notes.)
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Time: March 16, 1966; Eliot, ME
6:30-6:45 p.m. EST. A family saw a bright red ball of light with halo effect at close range for 10-15 minutes. The UFO emitted a high-pitched “beep” every 1 -2 seconds synchronized with a blinking red light. Dogs barked and howled (animal reactions), and ran toward the object, which gradually | disappeared behind trees to the southeast. (New Hampshire NICAP Subcommittee s report.)
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Time: March 16, 1966; Burnham, ME
7:45 p.m. Two large, moon-sized orange discs flying slowly, then accelerating, body lights blinking on and off. (NICAP notes.)
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Summary: March 17, 1966; Ann Arbor and Milan, MI (BBU)
4:00-7:30 a.m. CST. Police officers saw top-shaped UFOs with green and white body lights. The objects alternately hovered and maneuvered at variable speeds, their luminosity dimming and brightening (pulsating). Two objects operated in unison, circling, looping, and flying in formation. (McDonald memo to U.S. Air Force, July 22, 1966; U.F.O. 3 Investigator, Vol. Ill, No. 7, Mar.-Apr. 1966, p. 6; Hall, 2001, pp. 184-86.)
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Summary: March 17, 1966; Grand Rapids, MI
Sunset, EST. Three young girls saw a large oval with glowing red light, evenly spaced portholes around the rim from which lights flashed alternately. The UFO moved slowly, then accelerated and sped away. (NICAP notes.) 
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Time: March 19, 1966; Big Rapids, MI
5:20 a.m. CST. Several witnesses saw an elliptical object with a row of rectangular windows, and with a surrounding blue-white haze. Lights on the bottom (body lights) flicked on and off one at a time. A light beam shone into the house. (Keyhoe & Lore, 1969a, p. 46)
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Time: March 19, 1966; LaPorte, IN
Dawn, EST. Police and others saw a round luminous yellow-white object with projections on top. The UFO paced a car, swerving from side to side, its light reflected from the hood of the car. (NICAP notes.)
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Time: March 19, 1966; Bethesda, MD
9:05 p.m. EST. Col. Howard Wright, retired Air Force pilot, and family saw a bright white light approach from the south, stop and hover, accelerate, zigzag, then continue north, joined by a second light. (NICAP notes.) 
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Time: March 19/20, 1966; Freeport, TX
1:25 a.m. CST. Witnesses saw a bright flash of blue light, then a hovering oval UFO was sighted by crew members of the Coast Guard Cutter “Legare.” EM effects were experienced on local electric power systems, house lights blinked off and on rapidly. The UFO was orange and had windows or ports with a hazy appearance in the interior. After a while the object slowly rose about 1,000 feet, emitted a blue glow, then disappeared. Shortly afterwards, two bright lights shot up from the ground and disappeared within seconds. An extensive power failure occurred in Freeport about 2 hours earlier (11:10 p.m.) (NICAP report)

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Summary: March 20, 1966; Miami, FL (BBU 10247) 

12:15 a.m. USAFR Maj. K. C. Smith, with NASA Kennedy Space Center, saw a pulsating light, varying from white to intense blue, make a jerky ascent then rapidly accelerate away to the N. (Berliner)


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Summary: March 20, 1966; Mims, FL
Time not reported. An Air Force reserve member and NASA employee saw a bright light pulsating from white to blue that made an erratic ascent, accelerated and sped away. (Air Force unexplained case, Project Blue Book files, National Archives.)
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apro69Date: March 20, 1966
Location:  Dexter, MI               BBU
Time: 8-8:30 p.m. 
Summary: Frank Mannor and his son, Ronald [plus 40-60 others including 12 policemen ?] saw hovering over a swamp about 1,500 ft away a brown luminous car­ sized object, with a “scaly” or “waffled” surface, cone-shaped on top, flat on bottom, or football­ shaped, and 2 bluish-green lights on right and left edges that turned bright red and helped illuminate object in between. Lights blinked out and object reappeared instantly across the swamp 1,500 ft away. The whole object lit up with a yellowish glow at one point and also rose up 500 ft then descended again. After 2-3 minutes of viewing, when 2 flashlights appeared in the distance the object seemed to respond by flying away at high speed directly over the witnesses with a whistling sound like a rifle bullet ricocheting. Object  remained in the swamp area for 1/2 hr. [Various other sightings in the area by police shortly afterward.] 
Source: Hall, 2001, pp. 185-86; Detroit News, Mar. 21, 1966, front page; New York Times, Mar. 22, 1966, Vallée Magonia 731; Todd Lemire; etc.


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Summary: March 20/21, 1966; Exeter, NH
10:00 p.m.- 2:40 a.m. EST. Police and citizens saw an egg-shaped object with flashing body lights across the center (red-white-blue-green-red) that hovered over power lines, bobbed around and rocked in a pendulum motion. Through binoculars, a dome-like area was visible on top. The object finally ascended to the east, moved out over the ocean and disappeared. (Fuller, 1966; Massachusetts NICAP Subcommittee report.)
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Time: March 21, 1966; Hillsdale, MI (BBU) 
10:32, 11 p.m.- 4:30 a.m. 17 Hillsdale College students including Barbara Kohn [Cole?] and Cynthia Poffenberger saw a football-shaped object with red-green-white pulsating lights descend from the NE pass close to their dorm then disappear to the S as if crashing to the ground, then return at 11 p.m. William Van Horn, Civil Defense Director and rated commercial pilot, and police arrived and conducted a ground search 1/2 to 2 miles away to the E but found nothing until Van Horn reached the college dorm where he, using binoculars, and [87?] students saw a maneuvering lighted 20-25 ft object on or near the ground about 1,500-1,700 ft away to the E, with a dirty-white light on the left and dim orange on the right, which brightened after 10 minutes to white and red and began to rise at a rate of 25-30 ft/min to a height of 100-150 ft (about 3-6 minutes), stopped momentarily then descended and repeated the motion several times. At one point on a descent a “convex” surface (between?) the lights could be seen. Radiation was later detected at the landing area about 600 micro roentgens/hr, roughly 30-60x background level, and possible boron contamination. (Vallée Magonia 732; Todd Lemire; etc.)
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Time: March 22, 1966; Houston, TX (BBU 10262) 
1:30 a.m. S. J. Musachia saw white flashing lights light up witness’ apartment; the air was full of smoke. Sound of “yen” [hen??] heard up close. (Berliner)
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Time: March 22, 1967; Normal, IL
7:15 p.m. CST. At least 10 witnesses watched a large oval object with four blinking body lights fly overhead, hover over some trees, then move away. (NICAP notes.)
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Time: March 22/23, 1966; Key West, FL
Night, EST. FL. Several discs with flashing lights around their edges (body lights) were reported from an outdoor theater. The objects hovered for 4-5 seconds, then shot away northward out of sight in about 1 second. (NICAP notes.)
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Date: March 23 1966

Location: Temple Oklahoma   BBU 10270
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Summary: The witness, Eddie Laxson, was an electronics instructor & a veteran pilot. Driving to work before dawn, he found a brightly lit metallic object blocking the highway ahead. The fish-shaped hull, 10-12 ft high & 60-75 ft long, was resting on stilts; a central door was open, with steps beneath it. The object bore 4 lights, “the brightest I ever saw,” one directed to the front, one to the rear, and 2 to the ground. On top was a long, curved antenna, on one end a horizontal “tail” and near the middle a porthole. Near the tail end was a vertical inscription reading “TL 4168 or TL 4768.” Kneeling beside this craft was a man wearing something like an Air Force uniform, with peaked cap, and a chevron insignia resembling that of a master sergeant. Laxson got out & ran toward the object, then turned back to get his camera. Meanwhile the man entered the door, and the object took off, rising vertically with a sound “like an electric drill” and then moving south very fast. “As it rose, it seemed to have a magnetic effect on the hair of my arms.”
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Time: March 23, 1966; Fort Pierce, FL (BBU) 
Two young men walking through woods saw a bright object like a balloon covered with fluorescent paint that became so intensely bright they could not look directly at it. As they walked closer, it exploded, leaving no trace. (Vallée Magonia 733)
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Time: March 23, 1966; Bangor, ME 
11:50 p.m. EST. A  yellowish elliptical object with a textured surface (compare to March 20, Dexter, Michigan) and blue and white  body lights was encountered  hovering just off the ground near the road. The object had rotating lights resembling windows, and emitted a soft electrical humming sound. When the object moved toward him, the motorist’s car lights dimmed and his radio stopped playing   (EM effects). The frightened witness took a pistol  from  his car, and  when he fired it, the  object glowed brightly and took off at high speed, making a “zinging” sound like the recoil of a spring. (BB doc MISC-PBB2-575; NICAP report; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. Ill, No. 7, Mar-Apr. 1966, p. 3; New York News, Mar. 25, 1966).
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Time: March 23, 1966; Trinidad, CO
5:00 p.m. MST. At least a dozen witnesses saw two light-reflective disc-shaped objects with domes flying in-line, traveling with a bobbing motion over the terrain. (McDonald, 1968a, Case 14, pp. 51-52; NICAP notes).
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Time: March 23, 1966; Joppa, IL
Night, CST. An oblong object surrounded by smaller bright lights was observed by a dozen people. (NICAP notes.)
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Time: March 23, 1966; Crown Point, NY
8:40 p.m. EST. An elongated object with rays of light (light beams) from its underside was observed hovering above a neighbor’s house. The witness called out another neighbor to see the object, which finally shot upwards out of sight. (NICAP report.)
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Summary: March 23/24, 1966; Bangor, ME
11:50 PM EST. A  yellowish  elliptical object with a textured surface (compare to March 20, Dexter, Michigan) and blue and white  body lights was encountered  hovering just off the ground near the road. The object had rotating lights resembling windows, and emitted a soft electrical humming sound. When the object moved toward him, the motorist’s car lights dimmed and his radio stopped playing (EM effects). The frightened witness took a pistol  from  his car, and  when he fired it, the  object glowed brightly and took off at high speed, making a “zinging” sound like the recoil of a spring. (NICAP report; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. Ill, No. 7, Mar.-Apr. 1966, p. 3; New York News, Mar. 25, 1966).
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Date: March 24 1966

Location: Bridgeton New Jersey
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Summary: Ruth Jefferson watched for half an hour a revolving object that was “transparent on the left side and fiery red on the right.” There “seemed to be a lot of activity inside the transparent side.”
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Date: March 24 1966

Location: Monroe Township-Williamstown New Jersey
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Summary: A police reservist saw a saucer like object flying low enough so that he could distinguish 2 “objects” moving about inside it. He chased the object to police headquarters, and then it disappeared.
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Location: Dexter, Michigan

Date: March 24 1966
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Summary: The CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite presented this broadcast of an exclusive picture of a suspected unidentified flying object, which was taken by a police official on the farm of Frank Mannor in Dexter.

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Time: March 24, 1966; Ypsilanti-Hillsdale, MI
Time not reported. A train crew watched a UFO pace their train, pull ahead, hover, and climb (maneuver). The Civil Defense director was notified, and also saw the object. Together with other witnesses he watched a “docking” operation as a second UFO linked with the first. (NICAP notes.)
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Time: March 24, 1966; Holland, MI
Time not reported. A car was buzzed by a glowing circular object with red and white body lights at an estimated 150-200 feet altitude. (NICAP notes.)
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Summary: March 24, 1966; Sheboygan, WI (BBU)
10:15 p.m. CST. Two women motorists encountered a bowl-shaped object with two intense white lights plus a green and a red light (body lights) landed on or hovering just above the road. (Vallee, 1969, p. 324.)
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Summary: March 24, 1966; Cook, MN
6:50 p.m. CST. A trapper and guide saw an oval object with glass dome on the front approach angling downward, flashing lights visible around its center, and emitting a loud generator-like humming sound. The object was rotating clockwise around a horizontal axis. It appeared to land in the distance. Next day a large melted oval area about 35 feet by 100 feet and apparent landing gear or skid marks (physical traces) were found in the snow at the landing site. (NICAP report.) 
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Time: March 24, 1966; New Orleans, LA
7:10 p.m. CST. A retired Air Force colonel and a General Electric computer programmer watched a glowing oval object speed across the sky. Two smaller lights also hovered, and maneuvered around. (NICAP notes.)
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Time: March 24, 1966; China Grove, NC
8:30 p.m. EST. A round silver object with multi-colored body lights was seen about 200 feet above a house. Witnesses were attracted to it by a “weird” humming sound. Several other North Carolina sightings were reported on the same date. (NICAP notes.) 
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Summary: March 25, 1966; Upper Sandusky, OK
1:00 a.m. EST. A top-shaped object with bright body lights visible on its outer edge was seen hovering about 25 feet over woods, point downward, by a farm couple for about an hour. (Associated Press story, few details.)
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Summary: March 25, 1966; Porter, Indiana & Truax Field, Wisconsin
At 4:15 a.m., CST, a silver to yellow colored spherical object was observed near Porter Indiana, by telescope and by radar. The object was extremely maneuverable. The length of observation was 40 to 45 minutes. (Dan Wilson)
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Summary: March 26, 1966; Ann Arbor, MI
Time not reported. Engineers and technicians watched a glowing red disc maneuver, descend to about 10 feet, and fly parallel with the road for several moments. (U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. Ill, No. 7, Mar.-Apr. 1966, p. 4.)
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Time: March 26, 1966; Texahoma, OK (BBU 10291) 
12:00 midnight. Mrs. P. N. Beer and Mrs. E. Smith driving back from Amarillo saw a flashing light [or object with waffle­ like surface glowing intense red light] coming from the N buzz their car from the front, engine and headlights died, then the object hovered 1/4 mile away. After 10 minutes they could restart their car and left. (Berliner; cf. Vallée Magonia 738)
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Time: March 27, 1966; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Time not reported. About 100 people watched a revolving disc-shaped object that hovered for an hour, flashing red, blue, green, and white lights (body lights). The object then slowly ascended and disappeared. (Flying Saucer Review, Vol. 12, No. 6, 1966, p. 32; from Vancouver Sun).
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Summary: March 27, 1966; Muscogee County, GA
5:30 a.m. Both Federal Aviation Administration and military control tower operators reported a radar-visual sighting of a maneuvering, oblong, green-white object. (NICAP notes; Columbus Ledger, Ohio, Mar. 28, 1966.) A Georgia investigator reports that on this date at 5:30 am in Muscogee County, a radar-visual sighting was made of an object that appeared to change shape from cigar to wedge to triangle; apparently the same sighting. (Hitt, 1999)
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Time: March 27, 1966; Lorain, OH
7:10 p.m. EST. A family saw what appeared to , be a double-decked craft with brightly lit windows on the upper surface. The object hovered, dimmed, shot eastward, returned, got brighter again, then sped away to the west. (NICAP notes.) 
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Time: March 28, Niles, MI
Early a.m. EST. A truck driver reported that an unidentified aerial object with red, green, and white body lights had paced his truck. When he blinked his headlights, the UFO blinked in apparent response (light reaction), veered away and disappeared. (NICAP notes.)   
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Summary: March 28, 1966; Fayetteville, TN (BBU) 
8 p.m. Man driving 60 mph suddenly saw a large lighted object 3 ft above the road on a hilltop, which flew off, as the car engine and headlights died. Headlight bulbs later had to be replaced. Object was oval, 25 ft long, dark gray, with about 30 lights along its periphery. (Vallée Magonia 739)
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Time: March.28, 1966; Wilmington, DE
11:30 p.m. EST. Two witnesses in separate locations independently reported watching a hovering object that was flashing brilliant lights. The object, which made a humming sound, gyrated around erratically. (NICAP notes.)
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Summary: March 29, 1966; Columbus, GA
2:30 a.m. EST. A red oval object was observed moving with an oscillating motion, swinging like a pendulum. The obiect suddenly brightened and made a rapid departure (luminosity/speed correlation). (Hitt, 1999.)
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Time: March 29, 1966; Hampton area, NH
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Time: March 29, 1966; Eliot, ME
7:50 p.m. EST. While driving, a nurse’s aide saw a large, bright red elliptical object with dome, five or six portholes emitting bright white light. The object was surrounded by a halo, and hovering near electric power transmission lines. Its body was dull silver and “like crumpled aluminum foil.” Dogs were barking (animal reactions) and a pinging sound attracted other witnesses to the UFO. The object descended before finally moving out of sight. (Fowler, 1974, pp. 116, 335, 337; NICAP notes.)
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8:00 p.m. EST. About 15 miles south of Eliot, Maine, a motorist saw two oval objects with revolving red body lights. One descended to treetop level and paced the witness’s car, then accelerated up and out of sight. (Fowler, 1974, pp. 117, 336.)
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9:15 p.m. EST. About 15-20 miles southwest of Hampton, New Hampshire, several professional people including a deputy sheriff and a teacher saw a pulsating luminous white object moving back and forth. Its color changing from white to red to green to blue, and back to white. The object, circled, hovered, and then sped away leaving a short bluish tail, disappearing in an estimated 3 seconds. (Fowler, 1974, p. 336.)
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Summary: March 29, 1966; Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
9:15 p.m. EST. A teenage boy saw two luminous oval objects about 8 feet in diameter descend and land, making a buzzing sound. The objects had a row of multicolored lights around the rims (body lights) “flickering like a computer.” He approached for a closer look, and touched the nearest object, which felt hard and smooth like metal. No heat or cold was felt. The boy then touched an antenna-like projection at the end of one of the objects and received a shock. Frightened, he ran home. His parents confirmed a 3-inch burn mark on his hand and questioned him thoroughly before reporting the incident to authorities. His first-degree burn was treated at a hospital and healed normally. (Keyhoe & Lore, 1969b, pp. 4-5; Bondarchuk, pp. 45-46, from the Hamilton Spectator, Apr. 2, 1966.)
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Summary: March 29, 1966; London, Ontario, Canada
11:15 p.m. EST. A bright saucer-shaped (disc) object with central dome and two protuberances (projections) on one side was seen hovering above Westminster Hospital for about 5 minutes. The object then flipped on edge, blue flame was emitted from the protuberances, and it rose into the clouds leaving a comet-like trail. An independent witness confirmed the sighting. (Flying Saucer Review, Vol. 12, No. 4, July-August 1966, P. 31.)
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Date: March 30, 1966
Location: Ottawa, OH                   BBU 10329
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Source: NARA


Date: March 30, 1966: Rehoboth, MA. Sighting


Date: March 30, 1966
Location: Ohio
Time: 2200
Summary: A man in a parked car near the Ohio University campus saw a round object with 2 lights land. A door in the object opened and he could see a child-sized figure, “very thin.” The object moved toward his car, then rose and disappeared.
Source: Humcat quoting newspaper source


Date: March 30, 1966
Location:  East Hampton, Montauk, Long Island, NY
Time: 9:00 p.m. EST. 
Summary: A tree surgeon and his family saw a bright white object maneuvering around power lines and a radio tower, making a “swooshing” sound. Static was heard on the radio (EM effect) at the time. A “light beam was emitted downward from the object onto a utility pole. Domestic animals in the area were excited and agitated (animal reactions) while the UFO hovered, circled, and moved quickly from point to point. At 11:30 p.m. a Ford truck experienced total electrical failure as a cigar-shaped or elliptical object was seen low over sand dunes. The object circled the area and flew overhead
Source: Keyhoe & Lore, 1969a, p. 8; New York NICAP Subcommittee report; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. Ill, No. 7, Mar.-Apr. 1966


Date: March 30, 1966
Location: Pecos, TX
Time: Time not reported. 
Summary: An oblong object estimated to be 85-100 feet long, with lights at top and bottom (body lights), landed near a highway, then took off about 5 minutes later
Source: NICAP notes; United Press International story


Date: March 31, 1966: Disc-shaped object hovering few feet above road 


Date:  March 31, 1966
Location: San Francisco California
Time:  0630A
Summary: Helen Sugiyama & Chiz Satow saw an object 60f t long pulsating with blue and orange lights; 3 windows were visible, inside which “creatures” could be seen moving. When it took off, one looked as if it was waving. No other information.
Source: Frank Pyne for Nicap


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