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Date:  February 1967
Location: Washington Crossing Park New Jersey
Time: late night
Summary: Four persons driving through a park had briefly stopped their vehicle to take a short walk when they suddenly head a loud roar. As they ran back to the car they noticed an eight-foot tall creature gliding towards them from a nearby grassy knoll. The witnesses fled the area.
Source: Timothy Green Beckley, Saga UFO Annual 1975


Date: February 1967
Location: Stevens Point, Portage County, Wisconsin
Time: about midnight
Summary: While on his way home the witness was approaching the intersection of Whiting Avenue and Water Street. As he came to a stop at this intersection he looked to his right and saw a very large object in the sky just above Whiting Avenue heading his way. The witness got out of his car in order to get a better look at the object. It was a clear moonlit night. The object appeared as a typical flying saucer shape, smooth metallic in appearance, round, and domed on both the top and the bottom. What initially caught his eye was what he thought were lights around the middle. As it approached, he estimated the size at about 150 feet across and about 25 ft top to bottom. The object approached silently directly over Whiting Avenue. The witness then noticed in detail how it was of a smooth metal, no rivets, and that the lights were actually windows, which light from inside shown through. It was just above the trees on either side of the street. The witness at first thought it was a blimp and approached the object and began to wave his arms and jump up and down, since now he could see human-like figures sitting behind the windows. The craft then stopped directly over his head, in the middle of the intersection; there was no traffic however. The witness noticed that the lights on his car went out and the streetlight also dimmed. His car engine that had been idling also stopped. He continued to shout to get the occupants attention and waved his arms. The craft then tilted at a 45-degree angle, which lowered the edge of it even closer to the witness. He could now see clearly inside. At each window sat two pairs of people, there were about two dozen windows. The craft, always silent, began to rotate slowly so as to give everyone inside a good look at the witness. He could see the center where a couple of men seemed to be at the controls. The occupants looked normal to the witness. Both males and females in matching pant suits. Some waved back at him, all looked to be amazed. After what appeared to the witness that all aboard had seen enough, the craft began to rise just above the treetops. It leveled off a bit but still had a slight angle to it. It then darted off skyward in a flash without a sound.
Source: UFO Wisconsin, Wisconsin UFO Reports


zanesvilleohio1967large (2)Date: February 1967
Location: Zanesville, Ohio
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Summary: Ralph Ditter, a Zanesville, Ohio barber took two photographs of this unknown object. Ditter was an amateur astronomer, and avid sky watcher. He made the two photos available to the press. Later found to be a hoax.
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Date: February 1967
Location:   Brown County, IN
Time:   5:30 a.m. EST.
Summary:    A woman saw a shiny round object with a flat bottom hover over her house and then fly away. The object made a loud whistling sound. 
Source:   Brown Co. Democrat, Nashville, Ind., 2/9/67, copy in NICAP files.


Date: February 1967
Location:   San Antonio, Texas
Time:   Night
Summary:  FAA Flight Service Specialists plus control tower personnel saw a large round red object that moved slowly under the cloud layer. Smaller objects emerged from the larger and flew away rapidly toward the southwest.
Source:   Letter dated 2/22/67, in NICAP files


limaperularge (1)Date: February 2, 1967
Location: Lima, Peru
Time: 06:30 P.M.
Summary: This is the only surviving photo of the funnel-shaped flying object that paced the Fawcett Airlines DC-4 passenger liner in flight from Piura to Lima on February 2, 1967, at 06:30 P.M. The passengers were all held for interrogation by authorities after the plane landed. Several of the passengers had taken photos of the strange craft alongside the airliner, but all cameras were taken and all film was confiscated. One passenger, who insisted on remaining anonymous, succeeded in saving his film from which this single photograph was made. Lima, Peru, at 12:30 AM a cone-shaped object approached and paced a Fawcett Airlines airplane. The cabin lights dimmed, there was radio interference, and the radio compass oscillated.
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apro49Date: February 2, 1967
Location: Stanford, California
Time: about 4 P.M.
Summary: Boys Snap Photos Neor Stanford University At about 4 P.M., on Thursday, February 2, two boys, Seth Morrell and Tommy Politzer of Stanford, California, claim they saw and photographed an object near their home. They had arrived home from school, were playing outside when they saw the object approaching them from the northeast. Seth went inside his home and got a camera, and when he came back he took three photos after which the object moved away out of sight beyond some trees. A friend oI the boys came along, they took photos of each other and the friend went on his way. Shortly the object came into view again, from the northeast, moving rapidly in a southwesterly direction. The boys had time to take just one other photo (their last) before it left. The two boys described the object as round, silvery and with “a hole in the middle, sort of like a doughnut, and windows all around the edge.” apro51They also noted two bright lights which blinked on and off several times. Both thought the object was at least as big as “a four engine jet.”

In attempting to describe the noise made by the object, they used words such as humming, whirring, buzzing, whining, etc. Both boys were questioned by Mrs. Politzer, who is convinced that they actually saw and photographed the object, three exposures of which are presented on this page. The color negatives were received at APRO Headquarters, where they are being studied. Mrs. Politzer learned about the photos some time after they were taken, and recalls that her son Tommy had mentioned seeing a UFO, but she had paid little attention to it, as she was preoccupied at the time. – Despite the good attribution and background of the boys, it has been pointed out that the object in the photograph strongly resembles an ordinary automobile wheel cover. See photos on this page. 
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Date: February 2 1967
Location:   Sumner, Illinois
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Summary:    A well-known craftsman, who requested anonymity, reported to the Lawrenceville-Vincennes Airport that he observed an object for one and a half hours that was doing some pretty good stunts. It hovered, accelerated, changed shape and color, was observed with the naked eye, 7- power binoculars, and a 20x spotting scope. It was described as a very bright red object, flashing like a red neon sign. The upper portion was a very bright white and red and green lights were observed around the object. The object was seen in the east northeast and noticed because of its brightness arid erratic movement. It seemed to have a very thick rim.  To the west of Vincennes, and just across the Wabash River in Illinois, is a little town called Sumner. A well-known craftsman, who requested anonymity, reported to the Lawrenceville-Vincennes Airport that he observed an object for one and a half hours that was doing some pretty good stunts. It hovered, accelerated, changed shape and color, was observed with the naked eye, 7- power binoculars, and a 20x spotting scope. It was described as a very bright red object, flashing like a red neon sign. The upper portion was a very bright white and red and green lights were observed around the object. The object was seen in the east northeast and noticed because of its brightness arid erratic movement. It seemed to have a very thick rim. In a letter dated 13 April, the observer mentioned that the LAWRENCEVILLE DAILY – RECORD had an article on UFOs seen farther south about the same time. The airport stated during a telephone conversation that no conventional aircraft were in the area at the time. This one sounds suspiciously like a star or planet, but there were no candidates unless he had his bearings completely wrong.
Source:   Ridge, NICAP files


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Soviet Effort to Contact Extraterrestrial Life, 3 Feb. 1967
NARA-PBB86-1249 document is a table of contents for a 71-page report and a cover page by the Foreign Technology Division, AFSC (Air Force Systems Command).


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Feb. 3, 1967; Piggott, AR
Time not reported. Numerous witnesses saw maneuvering objects with domes and flashing lights. Separate (satellite) and merging objects also were reported. Dogs reacted (animal reactions). (Keyhoe and Lore, 1969b, p. 71.)


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Feb. 3, 1967; Lindsborg, KS
7:40 p.m. CST (8:40 p.m. EST). Five people watched a disc or ellipse that first flew like an airplane, but then moved with irregular, jerky, up and down motions, and sometimes with hesitating forward motion. The object hovered over the highway for 15-20 seconds, then sped from sight in 15 seconds. Witnesses could see military bombing practice in the distance at the same time. (NICAP report form.)


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Feb. 3, 1967; Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
8:30 p.m. EST. A man saw an object estimated to be 30 feet in diameter and 15 feet thick with a row of white lights and a tangerine-colored light on the bottom (body lights). The object zipped back and forth at terrific speed. Observations were made from various points coordinated by two-way radios. (Hamilton Spectator, 2/4/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 4, 1967; Gary, IN
7:00 p.m. CST. A woman saw two large, square amber lights with a green light between them from her home. The lights approached silently and hovered an estimated 30 feet above the ground about 100 feet away from her. One light turned bluish-white and illuminated the area (environmental illumination). A dark shape was visible behind the lights (body lights). The object bobbed about 2 feet vertically while hovering and eventually sped away. (Letter from witness, 2/5/67, Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files.)


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February 4, 1967, 7:30 PM; Norman, Indiana (68 miles NE of Vincennes)
State Trooper Hollace Chastain was checking his rural mailbox right after patrol when he noticed an unusual and very bright object in the western sky. It was elliptical in shape, about the size of a dime at arm’s length and self luminous. Chastain, after observing a few minutes radioed Trooper James Blevins. The object then ceased to move and hovered for a while, then sped up suddenly, changed colors in the process from white to orange to greenish-blue back to white. It appeared to pulsate at times during the observation. No sound was detected during the 30-minute observation and the object finally disappeared behind a tree-line in the southwest. The object appeared solid and seemed to change shape. Estimated range: 5 miles. Estimated speed: (at acceleration) 1,000 mph


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That same evening, 7:30 PM; 10 miles SE of Norman, Indiana
Trooper Blevins, also of the Seymour Post, followed the object for fifteen minutes to Lawrence County. The object was reported as “soft ball-sized” and changing colors from blue to green to white. “It was stationary when I first saw it, ” he said, “but it was too big to be a star. Suddenly it started to move.” The interrogation form completed by Trooper Blevins stated that the object had flickered & wobbled during observation and finally dropped straight down behind a tree-line. The object appeared solid and was observed at least once through binoculars. It moved from southwest of his position (8 miles west of Brownstown) to due south above the tree line. Estimated range: 2-10 miles. Estimated speed: 1,000 mph at acceleration.


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Feb. 4, 1967; Homer City, PA
9:15 p.m. EST. A sales engineer and a county assessor saw an egg-shaped object for 10 minutes, apparently on or near a hill at a reservoir. The object rose slowly to around 50 feet, hovered, then moved away after performing several radical maneuvers. The sales engineer said he received a phone call from a colonel in the Pentagon telling him it was a U.S. craft. (Johnstown Tribune-Democrat, Pa., 3/11/67, copy in NICAP files.)


boomerDate:  February 5 1967
Location: Oakland City, Indiana
Time: 1:45 a.m. EST.
Summary: Seven members of a band saw an object that first looked like a boomerang, then appeared like a teardrop. It was a pale greenish-blue color with a cluster of white lights (body lights). The object also was seen by people in another car as it moved northwest. (Ridge, 1994, p. 20.) Independent observation: About 45 minutes later in Crothersville, Ind., 135 miles to the east, a police officer followed a flat-bottomed object that had a brilliant greenish-blue light rotating around it, other white lights, and three flashing red lights (body lights) on the underside. The officer estimated its altitude as about 300-500 feet. After he had followed it for 10 miles, the object hovered, then moved away rapidly and disappeared.
Source: Ridge, 1994, p. 20.


Date:  February 5 1967
Location:  Crothersville, Indiana (75 miles to the north east)
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Summary:   Richard D. Barker of the Seymour State Police post reported he followed a huge ball of greenish-blue and white lights for some 10 miles about 2:30 AM before the light moved west towards Bedford. “It had a flat bottom, just under basketball size, and had a brilliant blue-green light rotating around it counterclockwise. Barker said he was in the vicinity of Crothersville in Jackson County when he first spotted the changing lights, “It was maybe 300-500 feet high and had three red flashing lights under it,” he said. “I got within what seemed like about a mile of it and it started  moving south. Barker said he never did lose sight of it and it didn’t leave any trail. He said when it got to Littleyork it hovered for a while and then took off fast, “It wasn’t like any airplane I’ve ever seen, ” he said. “I know it wasn’t a plane.”
Source:  Ridge, NICAP files


Date:  February 5 1967: Sighting in Sauvigny-les-Bois L’Yonne, France


Date:  February 5 1967
Location:  Bedford, Indiana (35 miles northwest)
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Summary:  The woman reporting requested anonymity. The report she gave to the DAILY HERALD-TELEPHONE provided the most vivid description of an unidentified flying object observed as far southwest as Oakland City and as far east as Crothersville……35 miles away. At this time she arose because of noises on the roof roof. She thought it was raining. That’s when she saw what looked like a quarter moon that was moving toward her. “I watched it for a half hour,” she said. “It would move, then hover, getting closer all the time. It had a bright light on the bottom. The light kept going around and back and forth an the ground like it was looking for some place to land. As it got closer I could see a bright band around the middle of it,” she continued. “It was oval-shaped, sort of like a cigar. The top was shiny, like metal, and the bottom was kind of orange. There was a crater on the bottom of it–and bumps, like legs.” It hovered near a utility pole behind her house for ten minutes. She said when she started to dial her telephone to call someone about it the object “turned real bright orange and then blue and took off.”
Source:  Ridge, Clipping in NICAP files


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Location. Hilliard Ohio

Date: February 5 1967

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Timothy J, 15, heard his dog barking and a strange noise and saw an egg shaped UFO 75 feet long and 45 feet high descend and land on 3 legs in a field. An elevator like shaft opened underneath and several beings emerged, each carrying small spherical objects which they placed on the ground around the ship. Then they appeared to be waiting, until a man came from across the field, whereupon a conversation was held, and apparently conducted at least in part telepathically. The boy was then noticed and the man ran after him, catching him by the back of the neck, leaving burn marks. He was dragged almost to the craft when his captors suddenly looked panic-stricken, dropped him, gathered up the spheres, and re-entered the object, which took off rapidly.

Source: Steven Mackey, Nicap


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Feb. 5, 1967; Barkhamsted, CT
8:00 p.m. EST. Two couples in a car at the Barkhamsted Reservoir saw a dark sphere with randomly blinking red, green and white lights (body lights) around the edge. The object approached the witnesses, then hovered over the reservoir. The motorists sighted the object twice while passing the reservoir (about 20 minutes between sightings), and during the second sighting it accelerated away. (NICAP report form and report from Ted Thorben, NICAP investigator, 10/20/67.)


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Feb. 6, 1967; Deming, NM
Noon MST. A woman saw two green cigar-shaped objects with a row of windows. Two small “propellers” were on top of each end. One object hovered over the highway, then paced the car and was joined by the second object that rose up from the ground. Both sped away disappearing in seconds. Undefined “unusual” effects on the car were reported, requiring a $170 repair bill. (Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, Texas, 8/10/67; NICAP report form.)


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Feb. 6 [9?], 1967; Odessa, Delaware (BBU 11350)
8:45 p.m. Donald and Marie Guseman saw a large, Saturn­ shaped object, 50 ft in diameter and 20 ft high, with 2 bright lights, a green light on one side red light on the other, hover motionless over the trees, then slowly move N and suddenly disappear. (Berliner)


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Feb. 6, 1967; Hazard, KY
11:30 p.m. EST. Four policemen and a rescue worker saw an object with red flashing lights and blue lights (body lights) that flew very low making a roaring sound. (Hazard Herald 2/13/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 6/7, St. Louis, MO
Midnight CST (1:00 a.m. EST). A couple was approached by an oval object that hovered just above the ground displaying red, blue, green, and white flashing lights. The object then flew away. (St. Louis Post Dispatch, 2/7/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 7, 1967; Westport, CT
12:20 a.m. EST. A former Navy pilot and airline navigator saw a brilliant white light, sometimes with a strong red light. The object oscillated as it flew along over the Merritt Parkway and returned. (Westport News, 2/9/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb 7, 1967; Westport, CT
1:00 a.m. A woman saw an elliptical object with two flashing white lights and two steady white light beams. It flew at low altitude, slowly and silently. (Westport News 2/9/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 7, 1967; Owen County, IN
8:00 p.m. An egg-shaped object was reported by Paul Poorman on a farm near some strip mines. Poorman was a 33-year-old specialized police officer and qualified pilot. The object was white and well-defined, turned to a blood-red color, then a pale blue. It arose from the White River bottoms and strip mine area, hovered, “yo-yo’d”, then zipped south then back, etc., then went down below a tree line. (Don Worley files)


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Feb. 7, Oakhurst, CA
11:55 p.m. PST. A couple saw a solid round object and a silver cigar-shaped object oriented vertically. The round object emitted many “contrails” and apparently disintegrated, then the cigar-shaped object flew rapidly away. (NICAP report form.)


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Feb.8, 1967; Newbury, MA
2:00 p.m. EST. A commercial photographer and his son saw two silvery cigar-shaped objects that flew in a straight line, then separately zoomed up and away. A photo was taken but shows little. (A. Collis, USNR retired, letter in NICAP files.)


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ufo06Feb. 8, 1967; Deep River, Ontario, Canada
6:43 p.m. EST. Several witnesses saw a circular object with a core of dazzling, pulsating central yellow lights. From this core, red lights appeared to be pulsating outward toward the rim. The object was an estimated quarter of a mile away and remained visible for 40 minutes, during which the witnesses’ TV would not work (EM effect). (Bondarchuk, 1979, pp. 124-126.)


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Feb. 8, 1967; Rossville, KS
Night. Three teenaged boys saw what looked like two car lights that came down to within 20 feet of the ground. The object shone a light beam on the witnesses after they had pointed a spotlight at it (light reaction). (Topeka State Journal, Kans., 2/18/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb.8, 1967; Pleasant Valley, CT
10:00 p.m. EST. A newspaper reporter watched a bright orange ball or cylinder hovering over pine trees for several minutes. When she stopped her car, the object started to move toward her. Independent observation: About 2 hours earlier in nearby Winsted, a businessman saw an unidentified orange light moving slowly west, then turning north. (Hartford Courant, Conn., 2/14/67, copy in NICAP files and in Donald E. I Key hoe Archives files.)


similarDate: February 9 1967
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Summary:    An unidentified flying object (top) was photographed by former Willingdon resident Harold Pawluk, 28, now living in Los Angeles. His sister Lorraine saw the UFO Feb. 9. and he took the shot from their apartment window. They sent the photo to their cousin Marilynn Kansky, 20, of 9347 73rd Ave.
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Feb. 9, 1967; Chester, MT
6:30 a.m. PST. A railroad foreman saw a saucer (disc) with a bright body light hovering over the railroad depot. The depot was engulfed in light (environmental illumination). The object departed straight up. (Spokane Spokesman-Review, Wash. State, 2/12/67, copy in NICAP


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Feb. 9, 1967; Seymour, IN
7:50 p.m. EST. A state policeman saw a huge object, moving slowly, changing colors from white to red to orange, the color change associated with changes of speed (color/speed correlation). Venus was visible separately at the same time. (Ridge, 1994, p. 21.)Eight miles south of Seymour, Indiana (35 miles east of Bedford) Another State Trooper to see and report a UFO in the Seymour area was D. E. Swider at Crothersville, This ended a sighting group for that area and appeared to be somewhat similar to the reports of the 4th and 5th of February. At about 7:50 PM when trooper Swidar was patrolling Interstate 65, 8 miles south of the Seymour State Police HQ, they advised him of a UFO reported to the post. He, himself, saw the object in the west for about 10 minutes before it finally went out of sight further west. It was described as a huge, round object, moving left to right (slowly) changing colors from white to red to orange. This sequence corresponded with a decrease in speed, followed by an increase in speed of the object, typical of a UFO


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Feb. 10, 1967; Caledonia, Ontario, Canada
2:20 a.m. EST. A couple saw a metallic-appearing, saucer-shaped object with bright red and white lights (body lights). The object hovered for about 15 minutes and then flew away. A whirring sound was heard. (Hamilton Spectator, Ontario, 2/11/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 10, 1967; Sandusky, Ohio
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Feb. 10, 1967; Woodstock, CT
5:45 p.m. EST. Two separate groups of four and three people, respectively, reported seeing a triangular object with a white light at each apex. The object was silent when hovering but made a rumbling or roaring sound when it moved. EM effects were reported on TV. (Fowler, 1974, p. 344.)


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Feb. 10, 1967; Alton, IL
7:30 p.m. CST. A couple saw a round, rotating, 25-foot diameter luminous object which changed color from red to white with occasional flashes of green. The object also had white lights in a triangle on the bottom (body lights). It flew, hovered, and passed over the witnesses. While hovering, a humming or droning sound was heard. (St. Louis Globe-Democrat, Missouri, 2/11/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb.10, 1967; McCune, KS
10:30 p.m. CST. A high school teacher saw an unidentified light that changed from red to white to green. The object hovered, then left with a tremendous burst of speed (rapid acceleration). (NICAP report form.).


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Location. Mahopac Putnam New York

Date: February 10 1967

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The witness was in the kitchen preparing dinner when a call from outside from the father alerted the children to two UFOs over the house. According to the father, the objects were circling the house when first seen, and appeared round, bright and were very low. The witness could see “some people in a window on the spaceship closest over our heads. There were six people and going from left to right, the second person waved his hand over his head in a greeting. I waved back, and told my father. He couldn’t see them. I told my parents, ‘Look, there’s a guy waving at us!’ That’s when I knew they were my friends.” The objects hovered briefly over the house and then moved toward the high school, where the witness followed. “During that time I got the messages in my head and heard them talking to me just as if someone was speaking to you orally in a room.” The witness’s father drove the witness and the family dog to the school ground, where the observation and “contact” continued for an extended period. Although there was a dance going on at the time in the school, no one else appeared to notice the objects.

Source: Fred Dennis, Ted Bloecher & Jerry Stoehrer


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Feb. 10/11, 1967; Cincinnati, OH
11:45 p.m. EST. A number of independent sightings were reported of a reddish, glowing cigar- or football-shaped object either hovering or moving slowly overhead. At about 1:45 a.m. the following morning, in Milford (eastern suburb of Cincinnati), a railroad employee and companion were driving when they noticed a white glowing light in the woods. When they went to investigate carrying a flashlight, they saw an object with a tube-like appendage underneath (mushroom shaped). It was hovering a few feet above a creek bed and appeared to be about 30 feet in diameter. When a light was shone on it, it gave a metallic-appearing mirror-like reflection. When police investigated, they found freshly broken tree limbs (physical traces). The young woman was hysterical. UFO investigators found four other reports overnight of a glowing red-orange object moving mostly at low altitude. (McDonald, 1967, Case 8, reprinted in Vaughan, 1995, p. 206; Keyhoe and Lore, 1969a, p. 21, and 1969b, p. 54; Ridge, 1994, p. 21.)


Date:  February 11, 1967: Mushroom Shaped Object spotted over Milford, Ohio


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Feb. 11, 1967; Greenwich, CT
Night. An engineer and his wife saw a cylinder with a string of red and white lights (body lights). A steady light beam was emitted from the bottom. The object descended rapidly, then rose again. (Westport News, Conn., 2/16/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 12, 1967; Grand Rapids, Mich. (BBU 11355)
3:40 a.m. Lou Atkinson saw 4 fluorescent, football-shaped objects, a dull, almost gray luminous color, fly NE in a very rigid formation with a chirping noise. (Berliner)


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Feb. 12, 1967; Wharton, TX
Evening. Many people, including an airport manager, saw a bell-shaped object with bright light in the dome and revolving red, green, blue, and amber lights at the bottom edge (body lights). The object flew over the witness’s car just above phone wires along the road, appearing big enough to cover the highway. It was later seen at tree-top level, where it hovered, banked, and took off. (Hall, 2001, p. 160; Houston Chronicle, Texas, 2/15/67.)


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Feb. 12, 1967; Barrow, AK
Night. A man saw a basically red object that also emitted some bright green light. The object maneuvered and reportedly landed on ice for up to 20 minutes. It also hovered over a theater. A power failure occurred about the same time. (Fairbanks News-Miner, Alaska, 2/14/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 12, 1967; Kensington, CT
6:00 p.m. EST. Two known witnesses (plus other curious motorists) stopped to observe a bright white glowing object that had a red light on each side (body lights) hovering just off the road. (Fowler, 1974, p. 344.)


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Feb. 12, 1967; Willington, CT
6:10 p.m. A man saw a bright white object that looked like a welding arc hovering over power lines. It was blindingly bright and brought tears to his eyes. (The Hartford Courant, Conn., 2/14/67, copy in Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files.).


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Feb.13, 1967; Novato, CA
12:30 p.m. PST. A witness watching aircraft first saw a white disc passing overhead at high speed. Three other discs then appeared from different directions and fell in behind the first (rendezvous). The last one was black. (NICAP report form.)


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Feb. 13, 1967; Tabor, IA
Early Evening. A man saw a large round red object with a searchlight (light beam) directed downwards that was sweeping the ground. The object moved slowly at first, then accelerated. (Letter dated 2/22/67 in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 13, 1967; Davis, CA
7:15 p.m. PST. Two women driving home saw an object that came within 100 yards of their car. The initial light resolved itself into three huge lights in a triangular formation. The object tipped up to display a disc base and a central red light and 5-6 dimmer white lights (body lights). (NICAP report form; McDonald, 1967, case 7; reprinted in Vaughan, 1995, pp. 205-6.)


Date: February 13 1967
Location: Woodland, CA
Time: 8:30 p.m. PST.
Summary:  An ex-Air Force man with pilot training saw a bright light for 25 minutes which maneuvered and seemed to pace his car. (NICAP report form, Los Angeles NICAP Subcommittee report, NICAP files.) [Note: There are two towns named Woodland in California. One, in Yolo County, is 12 miles north of Davis. The other, in Tulare County, is 245 miles to the southeast of Davis.]
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apro47Date: February 13 1967
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Time: 5:58 P.M.
Summary: Report From Japan The following information reached us from Jun-Ichi Takanashi, APRO’S representative in Japan, It is a condensed version of a complete report and has been shortened in the interest of space, only: See photo above. On the evening ol 13 February 196? at about 5:58 P.M. Mr. Sachio Sakuma of Tokyo, Japan, was taking photographs of the moon with his camera, Petri V6, The camera datat 7/4 sec. (SSS) Fl.8 f255 mm S-2 T-5 x 42 (H20). Mr. Sakuma did not notice the object in the upper part of the photo when he took the photo, but submitied the photo to Modern Space Flight Association on March 17. He hoped that perhaps some’ one else might have observed the ob’ ject, but to date no information on additional sightings has been reported. Mr. Hironobu Naoi of the MSFA took the photograph to Chigusa Photo Studio and asked lor an evaluation. After care ful inspection they came to these con clusions: (1) That the photo was not a hoax and (2) the possibility should be considered that it was a photo of an artificial satellite. The photograph was then submitted to the Asahi newspaper for examination, ,-.they returned it with the same conclusions as those of the Chigusa Studio, then asked to enter it in their “Readers Photo Contest.” On April 7 Mr. Sakuma refuted specu- lation that the object in the photo could have been an artificial satellite as Iollows in a letter to Mr. Naoi: “As to the possibility that it was an artificial satellite; if it had been, it might have been seen after ten seconds or so alter taking the photo, as a satellite’s speed is rather slow, but I could not see any in the vicinity of the moon when I saw the moon again after taking the photo.” At the time Mr. Naoi had taken the photo to the Chigusa Studio he also sent copies of the photo to others, among whom was Mr. Joshichika Sakamoto, a comPetent amateur astronomer who frequently contributes articles dealing with the moon to astronomical magazines in Japan. His comments, (condensed) dated April 10 are as follows: comparing the photo tvith those of meteors, he could find none comparable. He felt that il it had been of a meteor the image would have been longer. Because the object had a faint “tail” he ielt comets should be taken into consideration, but the tail does not coincide with the direction of the sun, judging from the shadows of the moon, so h uled that out. He considered that it might have been a faint meteor which had suddenly exploded, but its clear outline makes it a very rare photo, if it is one, Considering the possibility that the object was a true UFO, Mr. Sakamoto questioned the reason why the object is blurred compared with the clear image of the moon, then comments that it could be due to speed. He stated that it was not possible to judge whether or Not the object was reflecting sunlight. Concerning size he said that no estimate could be made. Mr. Takanashi, upon receipt of the letter, comments and photo, recalled that he had seen a similar photo, then remembered that it was the alleged photo oF the Pegasus satellite taken by Astronaut James McDivitt on June 4, 1965 from the Gemini spacecraft. Takanashi says that even though the official release identifies the elliptical-shaped object as Pegasus, he is not convinced. Mr. Takanashi concludes that in submitting this report to the APRO staff some answers or at least suggestions might be Forthcoming. If members at large have any comments or suggestions they can be addressed to APRO Headquarters in Tucson and they will be relayed via air mail to Mr. Takanashi. 
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Date: February 13 1967
Location: Bandon Oregon
Time: 2220
Summary: Esther I Millard, director of the Millard School, was returning to her home on the school grounds after her dog when she saw an object “the size of a small room,” 8 feet wide by 12 feet high, shaped somewhat like a blender with a very brilliant orange light at the bottom, hovering at an altitude of about 50 feet over one of the school buildings. A number of students were hanging out the windows of a nearby dormitory shouting, “UFO, UFO!” The object moved toward her rapidly, and she could see it was occupied by “a vertical shape of some kind” that ‘could have been a person;” the “shape” was seen through the transparent structure above the light. Half a dozen of the students had by now rushed out of the dormitory to see it. The object moved slowly westward towards the gymnasium building, seeming to land on the roof; it then took off toward the trees on the lakeshore and was lost to view.
Source: June Lars for Nicap & Lt. Kurt Kenya USAF

 


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Feb. 14, 1967; Hannon, Ontario, Canada
Time not reported. A saucer-shaped object (disc) with blinking red lights (body lights) forced a car off the road. It returned and hovered in view of many witnesses, landing in a nearby field. Marks were found in the snow (physical traces) at the landing spot next day. (Letter dated 2/23/67 in NICAP files.)


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Feb.14, 1967; Jefferson City, MO
7:00 a.m. CE-III. A disc-shaped object was seen resting on a shaft in a field. Small beings were reportedly moving around rapidly beneath it. They disappeared behind the shaft, the object rocked back and forth, took off, and sped away. (UFOE II, p. 327)


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Feb. 14, 1967; Bellingham, WA
6:30 p.m. PST (8:30 p.m.). A woman saw a cigar-shaped object with rotating red, green, orange, and white lights (body lights). The object both hovered and darted around in various directions. The witness could see its reflection in the lake. (NICAP report form.)


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Feb. 14, 1967; Suncrest, WV
6:45 p.m. EST. Two women and other family members saw a silvery disc, with porthole-like openings visible around the perimeter. Rays of light (light beams) occasionally were emitted from these openings in a variety of colors. The object hovered, then moved off making a sound like a strong wind. (Morgantown Dominion News, West Virginia, 2/15/67, copy in NICAP files; undated Kalapaca investigation report in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 14, 1967; Lee’s Summit, MO
7:50-8:30 p.m. CST. Two women saw a house-sized oval object with red, green, and blue blinking lights (body lights). The object hovered at about 40-50 feet altitude. Later it maneuvered around a U.S. Air Force plane that was searching for it, directed by one of the women via telephone. According to the newspaper report, the pilot was unable to see the object. (Kansas City Star, 2/16/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Location. Tuscumbia Missouri

Date: February 14 1967

Time: 0700A

Claude Edwards, a 64-year old farmer, saw a gray-green dome shaped object about 15 feet wide in his fields; he thought at first it was a parachute, but as he neared it he could see that it was resting on a shaft about 18′ wide that extended downward from its base. Around the edge of the dome were a number of bright-multicolored lights of oblong shape. Beneath the object were visible several entities less than a meter tall, also gray-green in color, moving about rapidly, with quick moving “lever or arms,” very wide-set eyes, and no visible legs. He also noted a protuberance where the nose and mouth would have been. The witness walked to within 30 feet and threw two stones at the object, which bounced off an invisible wall between him and the object. Walking up to within 15 feet, he was able to feel the pressure of this invisible barrier. The surface of the object was seamless, like gray-green silk. By this time the little creatures had disappeared inside the object, and it rocked back and forth several times, then took off silently, disappearing towards the northeast within seconds. He further described the creatures as appearing “like a penguin, not human without a visible neck.” The object, “it just looked like a big shell, grayish-green in color. There were still ground traces at the site three months after the encounter. At the site the soil was extremely dehydrated in contrast with the surrounding soil. At the center there was a depression 20mm deep sloping to 30mm in the central area.

Source: Ted Phillips for Apro & Mufon


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Feb.14, 1967; West Frankfort, IL
8:20 p.m. CST. A woman saw an object shaped like a derby hat (domed disc) with a metallic sheen. The object hovered, then flew low over trees, remaining visible for 3-4 minutes. (NICAP report form.)


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Feb. 14, 1967; Abington, VA
9:00 p.m. EST (8:00 p.m. CST). A woman saw a triangular object with green lights at two points and a red light at the third (body lights). It moved across the sky and then returned to its original position (maneuvered). (NICAP report form.)


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Feb. 15, 1967; Denton, TX
8:10-8:40 p.m.. CST. A teacher’s car was followed by a flashing red light at various distances (car pacing). Two of the witness’s students confirmed the report. (Letter dated 2/17/67 in NICAP files.)


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Feb.15, 1967; Arizona, Tennessee and Texas
8:30 p.m. Widespread reports from Arizona, Tennessee, and Texas of a prominent fiery object shedding sparks and leaving a trail. A loud sound, flames, falling debris reported. Estimated duration 1-2 minutes. [Note: Positively identified as a satellite reentry.]


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Feb. 16, 1967: Towanda, PA
6:00 p.m. EST. A woman saw a big round light that moved and hovered, then shot out of sight. (NICAP report form.)


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Feb. 16, 1967; Helena, NY
7:00 p.m. EST. A woman saw a large round white light with a ring of stars. The color changed and the shape changed to oval. The object was low near a barn and slowly disappeared over the horizon to west. Dogs barked wildly (animal reaction). (Letter from witness, NICAP files.)


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Feb. 16, 1967; Bombay, NY
7:15 p.m. A woman saw a round, white shiny object with a ring of orange stars around it at treetop level. The object stopped, hovered, and bobbed around. (Letter in NICAP files.) (Ogdensburg Journal, N.Y., 2/17/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 16, 1967; Stoughton, WI. (BBU 11383)
9:11 p.m. Miss Lynn Marsh saw a light with faded edges follow her car. (Berliner)


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Feb. 16, 1967; Amherst, MA
10:15 p.m. EST. Three independent reports from five witnesses (including two policemen) of a glowing bright white, light-bulb-shaped object that hovered in the sky, ejected a small red object, moved back and forth, then suddenly accelerated away. A swishing sound was reported. (Fowler, 1974, p. 344.)


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BBU Case Number: 11383
February 16, 1967
Stoughton, Wisconsin
9:11 p.m.

Witness: Miss Lynn Marsh.
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Feb. 16, 1967; Augusta, GA
11:00 p.m. EST. A very bright luminous orange object rose out of the woods, its glow illuminating the terrain (environmental illumination). The object followed two women in a car on U.S. 1 south of the city, disappearing after about 5 minutes. (Hitt, 1999.)


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Feb. 16, 1967; Kingman, AZ
11:45 p.m. MST. A soldier and his wife saw an oval object with red and green body lights approach their car at low altitude late on a cloudy night. The ground was illuminated (environmental illumination) by a moving light beam emitted from its bottom center. A few minutes later the object reappeared about a mile away followed by two white lights flying in step formation, one of which landed or nearly landed. The remaining light merged with the large object (satellite objects). (Letter from witness, 9/14/67, NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 3, Nov.- Dec.. 1967, p. 3; Keyhoe and Lore, 1969a, p.44).


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Feb. 16, 1967; Topeka, KS
10:40 p.m. CST (11:40 p.m. EST). Three witnesses, one identified as a colonel, saw a bright object which appeared to drip white phosphorus-like fire. The object was stationary for 4 minutes and then faded out. (Topeka Daily Capital 2/18/67, copy in NICAP files.) [Note: Very likely a flare or candle carrying hot-air balloon hoax.]


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Location. Near St Louis Missouri

Date: February 16 1967

Time: morning

Raymond Wettling said a 180 foot, cigar shaped UFO landed in a field beside Interstate Highway 70, and three silver suited occupants of the craft invited him aboard for breakfast. “He spent a pleasant hour and 45 minutes chatting with spacemen over coffee. His hosts showed him through the craft’s two rooms—one lit up with bright red lights, the other decorated like a modern office. After he left the ship, he said, it took off straight up at a high rate of speed.” No one else reported seeing it.Hynek rating: CE3

Source: Humcat quoting, Newspaper source


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Feb. 17, 1967; Dorchester, MA
6:55 p.m. EST. A witness saw a cymbal-shaped object (disc) with a dome on top and 4-5 purplish lights around its perimeter (body lights). The object hovered at treetop height over a housing project for the elderly, then moved away. It made a whirring/beeping sound, which two other people also heard. (Fowler, 1974, p. 344.)


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Feb. 17, 1967; Andover, MA
About 6:55 p.m. An airline salesman driving on route 93 slowed his car as he saw an object hovering silently just over the road. The object had a bright green frame extending from a rectangular display of very bright lights (body lights). When he got closer, he could also see a flashing red light. Uncomfortably, he drove underneath it and saw other people in cars looking at it. (Massachusetts NICAP Subcommittee Report, NICAP files; Project Blue Book files, National Archives; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol.. Ill, No. 12, March-April 1967, p. 6; Fowler, 1974, p. 344.)


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Feb. 17, 1967; Lawrence, MA
7:45 p.m. An electrical engineer and his wife going south on Route 93 saw a loose cluster of 8-9 red, green, and white lights apparently on an object at low altitude and moving very slowly. A bright white light was at the bottom of the cluster (body lights). The object, going NE, passed over the road. (U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. Ill, No. 12, March-April 1967, p. 6).


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Feb. 17, 1967: Palmer, MA
8:15 p.m. EST. Three yellow-reddish-orange globes of light moving with a smooth gliding motion were seen within 50 feet of a power line. The objects sometimes bounced up and down, and they moved away as a car approached. After the car passed, they returned. Two of them changed color to bluish-white and flew away to the south (color/motion correlation). The other turned white as it rose vertically in a zigzag path, went dark, flashed a silver light, and finally moved away engulfed in swirls of color. (Haines, 1994, p. 114; from Story, 1980, p. 202.)Hynek rating: CE3


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Feb. 18, 1967; Chatsworth, GA
4:30 p.m. EST. Three people saw a shiny cigar-shaped object along with two round objects for several minutes. The objects hovered, then accelerated away. “Low roaring sound” heard. (NICAP report form.)


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Feb. 18, 1967; Carmel, NY
5:30 p.m. EST. A man saw two glowing ovals that hovered, accelerated, and vanished into a funnel-shaped cloud. The objects were viewed through binoculars. (NICAP report form.).


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Location. Costa Mesa, California

Date: February 18 1967

Time: 2345

A creature 7-10 feet tall, with long pointed ears, and completely covered with hair, was reported in Costa Mesa. Another man told police the monster appeared to lunge at his car “it looked like an ape with arms waving about.” A UFO had just been reported seen in the area around the same time. No other information.

Source: Idabel Epperson & Paul Krieger for Nicap


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Feb. 19, 1967; Ozarks, Missouri
Cat. 4. Dog alerts owner to near ground object.

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Feb. 19, 1967; Putnam, CT
2:00 a.m. EST. Two police officers saw and pursued a large orange glowing object that moved with a fluttering side-to-side (oscillatory) motion. The object moved fast, hovered, moved slowly, and changed color to pink. (Worcester Evening Gazette, Mass. 2/20/67, and Hartford Courant, 2/21/67, copies in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 19, 1967; Hollywood, FL
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Location. Hollywood Florida

Date: February 19 1967

Time: 1630

Josephine Lambert and Sam Rigel looked up from a shuffleboard court to see a UFO at an altitude of “only20 feet above the telephone poles.” Gunmetal gray in color, it was shaped like a blunt oval, about 10 feethigh and 25 feet wide; the underside was rough and dented. Around the circumference ran a row arched windows lit by a yellow light, with the heads of a number of “people or mannequins” visible in them; below the windows was a row of revolving green lights. The slow-moving object remained visible for 30-40 seconds.Two people saw a gun-metal gray oval object hovering 20 feet high. The object had a rough bottom, a row of revolving green lights (body lights), a row of shield-shaped yellow-lit windows, and “antenna.” Heads of people (occupants) were seen in the windows.

An object was observed. Occupants of the craft were seen. One gray oval object, about 40 feet across, was observed by several witnesses on a plaza briefly (Lambert). A silhouetted being was seen. Josephine Lambert and Sam Rigel looked up from a shuffleboard court to see a UFO at an altitude of “only 20 feet above the telephone poles.” Gunmetal gray in color, it was shaped like a blunt oval, about 10 feet high and 25 feet wide; the underside was rough and dented. Around the circumference ran a row arched windows lit by a yellow light, with the heads of a number of “people or mannequins” visible in them; below the windows was a row of revolving green lights. The slow-moving object remained visible for 30-40 seconds. Hynek rating: CE3

Inside occupants. Gun-metal gray blunt oval 25′ long, rough bottom, hovered 20 feet altitude, row of revolving green lights, row of yellow windows, antenna, heads of people in windows of craft. At 4:30 p.m. Mrs. Lambert and Mrs. Rigel watched a gun-metal gray blunt oval shaped disc, about 25 feet in diameter with a rough bottom, hovering at 20 feet altitude over a plaza in Hollywood, Florida . It had a row of revolving green lights, a row of yellow windows, and an antenna. The heads of people could be seen looking out from inside the windows of the craft.

Source: Vickie Varnum; Hollywood Sun-Tattler 3/11/67, copy in NICAP files.


Date: February 19 1967
Location:   Wharton, Texas
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Summary:    A series of independent sightings was reported overnight southwest of Houston near the Gulf coast in Wharton, Bay City, and Lane City. Witnesses included businessmen and prominent citizens. Exact times generally were not specified. (Houston Tribune, Texas, 2/23/67, copy in NICAP files and in Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files.) A school teacher in Wharton saw a pulsating red light at treetop level fly the length of a runway between rows of landing lights, stop at the end of the runway, reverse direction and shoot back where it had come from. A department store manager in Bay City-Wharton, ex-Air Force and familiar with aircraft, and his family, returning from church, saw a pulsating red light approaching fast and low. A bell-shaped object with a band of colored body lights around the lower portion and a brilliant white light in the upper portion crossed the road just above the treetops. A window or port was seen above the colored lights. A trail like fire appeared as the object climbed. Alerted by the above witness, prominent citizens in Lane City, including a newspaper publisher and an editor, and the Mayor of Wharton, saw a white light which approached them. They also saw a star-like light that maneuvered erratically. A farmer and his children west of Bay City-Wharton witnessed an object with white fire coming from it that lit up the night sky, and two more appeared to follow the first one. An explosion rocked the home.
Source:   Bolide meteor?


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Feb. 20, 1967. Oxford, WS. (BBU 11394)
3:10 a.m. USAF veteran truck driver Stanton Summer saw an orange-red object fly parallel to his truck for 2 minutes. (Berliner)


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Feb. 20, 1967: Laconia, NH
5:45 p.m. EST. A man saw a bright light with smaller associated lights above it (satellite objects). The larger object swung like a pendulum (oscillation), then suddenly accelerated away. (NICAP report form.)


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Feb. 20; 1967; Wharton, TX
Evening. Three bank employees in the Wharton area watched a moving red light that when viewed through binoculars appeared to be a saucer-shaped object, like two incandescent platters inverted one on top of the other and glued together at the rims. The object was flashing red, blue, yellow, and white lights (body lights). It hovered over smoke-stacks, shot up at a 90 degree angle, then dove and retraced its pattern several times.


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Feb. 20, 1967; Binghampton, NY
9:10 p.m. EST. A Salvation Army Director while driving saw an object with airplane-like lights (body lights), but it then acquired a brilliant glow and flame was emitted from one end. The object hovered over the car, then sped away. (Binghampton Sun Bulletin, 2/21/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 20, 1967; Limerick, Saskatchewan, Canada
10:30 p.m. A woman saw a bright lighted object speed in and hover under a power line, then retrace its approach path (reverse direction) as it left. House lights dimmed (EM effects) while the light hovered. (NICAP report form.)


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Feb. 21, 1967; Hungerford, TX
9:55 a.m. CST. A rancher saw a glowing disc at low altitude. The object was viewed for 10 minutes, until it shot straight up making an impossible L-shaped maneuver. (Houston Tribune, 2/23/67, copy in NICAP files and in Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files.)


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Feb. 21, 1967; Parkville, MD
12:45 p.m. EST (11:45 a.m. CST). A man along with his mother saw a metallic-appearing object that hovered, circled (maneuvered), then accelerated and flew away rapidly. (Letter dated 3/25/67 in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 21, 1967; Toledo, OH
7:40 p.m. EST. A registered nurse encountered a large pulsating orange-yellow ball of light that flattened out and changed color to pink-red, and hovered over the highway at treetop height emitting a ray of light (light beam) toward the ground. The object appeared to pace the car, then vanished suddenly. EM effects were noted on the speedometer and on her new wristwatch, which stopped for several days. A pre-existing skin condition was reported to have cleared up after the encounter. (Letter dated 3/8/67 in NICAP)


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Feb. 21, 1967; Winfield, KS
8:35-9:00 p.m. CST. Two people saw a brilliant white cylinder that moved up and down, and back and forth, with a “quivering” motion. The object flew off, returned, hovered again, changed color to glowing red and departed. It then returned, hovered again for 3 minutes, and finally sped away. (Winfield Daily Courier 2/23/67, copy in NICAP files.) [Note: There is a Titan II ICBM Missile site located near Winfield.]


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Feb. 22, 1967; Milton, Indiana
6:30 a.m. EST. A woman saw an oval object with a row of steady white lights (body lights) along its length and two bright “headlights” on the front. The witness ran outside and watched as the object, at 100-200 feet altitude, followed the course of a creek. She called a neighbor, who saw a circle of white lights about 200 feet in the air. Two dogs reacted strongly (animal reactions).


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Feb. 22, 1967; Hagerstown, IN
Evening. A minister and his wife saw two airborne lights like headlights along with other colored lights. (Richmond Palladium-Item, Ind., 3/3/67, copy in NICAP files; Keyhoe and Lore, 1969b, p. 34.)


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February 23, 1967 – AF to Declassify Reports  http://www.bluebookarchive.org/page.aspx?PageCode=NARA-PBB90-333
Lt. Col. Robert Hippler of AFRSTA said that the Secretary of the Air Force had established the policy that all USAF information on UFO’s classified up to and including Secret is to be provided to the University of Colorado. 2


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Feb. 23, 1967; Glasgow AFB, Montana (BBU)
Two separate groups of two personnel each apparently observed the same unidentified object(s). The same apparent object was observed on a MG-13 Fire Control radar. The length of observation was given as two hours. (Dan Wilson, McDonald list; FUFOR Index)


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Feb. 23, 1967; Boneta, UT
8:00 p.m. MST (9:00 p.m. CST). A milk truck driver saw a luminous orange object that paced his truck. When he stopped his truck and turned the lights off, the object shot straight up and out of sight. (Salisbury, 1974, Table 1, Case 41F.)


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Feb. 23, 1967; Carterville, IL
8:10 p.m. CST. Two women saw a light so bright it hurt their eyes to look directly at it (brilliant luminosity). The object hovered, accelerated, and appeared to land in a clump of trees. It emitted a constant humming sound. The object disappeared after about 25 minutes. (NICAP report form.)


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Feb. 23, 1967; Marion, IL
9:30 p.m. CST. A woman saw a red oval object surrounded by a pink glow (halo effect). The object hovered over a truck, then over the witness’s car after the truck moved away. (Report in NICAP files; Marion Weekly Leader 2/23/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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24 February 1967 Night – Riachuelo, Chile –   An object touched down and a strange being, 1.50 meters tall, emerged. An object touched down and a strange being, 1.50 meters tall, emerged. An engineer from Osorno, well-known locally, saw an object touch down and a strange being, 1.50 meters tall, emerge, wearing a transparent suit. He had a very white face and white hands, a pronounced jawbone, and no apparent nose. Seeing the witness, he got back inside the machine, which took off at great speed. Approximate date.


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A flying disc was observed. It departed by rapidly flying straight up until lost to sight. Physiological effects were noted. One rust disc, about 150 feet across, was observed by one experienced male witness in a forest. No sound was heard. One 5-foot-tall pallid being, wearing a transparent coverall, was seen. Hynek rating: CE3


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Feb. 24, 1967; Atlantic City, NJ
10:00 p.m. EST. An airplane mechanic saw a glowing orange object estimated to be moving about 100 mph at 1,500 feet altitude. The object moved quickly toward the ground, disappeared, then later reappeared and flew south. The Federal Aviation Administration Test Center at Atlantic City reported tracking an unknown on radar at the same time and place for two minutes. (U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. Ill, No. 12, Mar.-Apr. 1967, p. 6; Associated Press story.)


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Feb. 24, 1967; Lucan, Ontario, Canada
10:00 p.m. EST. Two members of a family saw a glowing orange object, also seen separately by an Ontario provincial policeman. Through a 55x telescope the object appeared to be oblong with a peaked top, bluish glow, with red flashing lights, and a surrounding orange glow (halo effect). The policeman described it as a “flashing orangey-colored object.” (London Free Press, Ontario, 2/27/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 25, 1967; Minneapolis, MN
7:02 p.m. CST. Seven witnesses saw three “brushed aluminum” discs with a row of lights or ports around the edges. At one point the lead disc glowed red like molten iron, then the glow diminished. The three objects banked into a turn in unison. (Air Force Intelligence Report in Colorado Project and in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 25, 1967: Fargo, ND
7:50 p.m. CST. Two teenaged boys saw around or disc-shaped brightly illuminated object. It moved higher gaining speed (accelerated) and flew away to the northeast. (Fargo Forum, 2/25/67, copy in NICAP files.) [Fargo, North Dakota, is close to the southern edge of the Mike Flight (M-21, M-22, M-23 etc., Launch Facilities) of the Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota, Minuteman ICBM Complex .]


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Feb. 26, 1967; Marlboro, MA
2:00-2:20 a.m. EST. A former teacher and her husband were awakened by an intermittent roaring sound. They sighted a white glowing egg-shaped object with a red light on each side (body lights). It swung back and forth (oscillatory motion) and made a purring sound like a “quiet auto muffler.” (Fowler, 1974, p. 345; Massachusetts NICAP Subcommittee report in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 26, 1967; Abbottstown, PA
3:45 p.m. EST. A couple saw a small gray object approach just above the treetops and hover for about 2 minutes, glowing like white-hot metal and wobbling while stationary. The object moved slowly across the highway, stopped, then finally moved away to the west-southwest and disappeared after 5 minutes. (NICAP report form, 3/28/67.)


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Feb. 26, 1967; Oxford, MA
6:30 p.m. EST. Five people, including a newspaper reporter, saw a bright amber oval which at times turned red. The object alternately hovered and moved at high speed. According to the story, the reporter took a photograph of the object. (Worcester Evening Gazette, 2/27/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 26, 1967; Wiarton, Ontario, Canada
7:30 p.m. EST. Nine people in southeastern Ontario, including four provincial policemen, saw a bright shining object with lights changing color from white to green (body lights). The object appeared to have streamers of light around it. It flitted about, hovered, and disappeared. (London Free Press (Ontario) 2/27/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 26, 1967; Coshocton, OH
7:45 p.m. EST. Two policemen saw two light-colored saucers of different sizes with associated red flames. The larger object was stationary and the smaller object hovered about it (satellite object). The two objects moved in and out of sight together. Reportedly other residents also had sightings. (Dover Daily Reporter, Ohio, 2/28/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 27, 1967; Topeka, KS
7:05 p.m. CST. A woman saw a top-shaped object with red and blue body lights hovering over trees, remaining in view for 3 minutes. A neighbor reported TV interference (EM effects) at that time. (Topeka State Journal, 2/28/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 27, 1967; Vernal, UT
7:20 p.m. MST (8:20 p.m. CST). A registered nurse while driving encountered a luminous orange dome-shaped object (ball with bottom third cut off), clearly outlined, with blue-green, occasionally red, flame-like streaks coming from the underside. The object paced her car and dipped low before disappearing after 30 minutes. (Salisbury, 1974, p. 39-46.)


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Feb. 27, 1967; Port McNeil, British Columbia, Canada
7:30-8:30 p.m. PST. Four people saw a large bright oval with a tail, white on top, blue on bottom and later bright red. The object at times traveled in a straight line, made turns (maneuvered), disappeared, and reappeared. It was also viewed through a 45x telescope. (Letter in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 27, 1967; Omaha, NE
8:00 p.m. CST. A couple saw a round bright light, pulsating and changing color. Red lights were either blinking or moving around the main white light (body lights). The object moved slowly north and remained in view for 20 minutes, observed part of the time through binoculars. (Omaha World Herald, 2/28/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 27, 1967; Grand Haven, Mich. (BBU 11419)
8:19-9:30 p.m. Sheriff Grysen, wife and others saw a large white light, with smaller red and green lights to the sides, make an almost instantaneous 90° left turn, shoot out over the road and stop, [then] moving too fast to follow. (Berliner)


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Feb. 27, 1967; Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
9:00 p.m. MST (8:00 p.m.). A woman saw a cigar-shaped object with a red light on bottom and a white light on top (body lights) that was hovering over a hospital and spinning. The object emitted a siren-like sound. Other sightings reported about the same time were identified as RCAF aircraft. (Edmonton Journal, 2/28/67, copy in NICAP files.)


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Feb. 28, 1967; Madisonville, KY
6:30 p.m. EST. A couple saw a round object hovering overhead for about a minute. It had red and green body lights. The object then accelerated and sped away. It made a sound like a “low roar.” (NICAP report form.)


Date: February 28 1967
Location:   Grand Haven, MI
Time:   Night
Summary:    Twelve people, including six deputy sheriffs, observed an unexplained object for several minutes. They provided two descriptions: (1) a reddish-orange object, and (2) a cluster of lights with bright center, reddish edges, and oval shape. The object was low over Lake Michigan, moved rapidly side to side, and disappeared. The county sheriff viewed it through binoculars.
Source:  Ann Arbor News, Michigan, 3/1/67, copy in NICAP files


Date: February 28 1967
Location:   Piggott, AR
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Summary:    Several independent reports overnight. A 21-year-old man reported that an unidentified object glided parallel to his car about 300 yards away. The object then abruptly headed for the car (vehicle encounter), swerved away, and left at terrific speed. Three men saw six red whirling masses, two over a factory. These departed and two more appeared. A woman and her daughter saw a hovering flat oval with reddish lights (body lights), which then slowly moved away. A dog barked excitedly during the sighting (animal reaction).
Source:  Memphis Press-Scimitar, 3/4/67, copy in NICAP files.


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