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Date:  May 1967
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Time: May, No date, 1967; Samoset, FL
9:00 p.m. EDT. A couple saw a cigar-shaped object that resembled a plane about to land. It appeared to have lights inside and a red light on top (body lights), an estimated 4-5 feet from the body of the craft. The object was silent, hovering, and then accelerated and moved away at low altitude faster than an airplane. (NICAP report form, copy in Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files.)
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Date: May 1967
Location: Between Ramstein & Manheim Germany
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Summary: A UFO was detected by radar in the vicinity of Ramstein UFSAF Air base in Germany. A couple of interceptors were immediately scrambled. The UFO was chased, but it escaped the fighters. Accidentally and quite unexpectedly for the alien crew, the alien craft was shot down by a surface to air missile from Ramstein AFB, somewhere between Manheim and Ramstein. Possibly the attention of the alien crew was distracted by the aircrafts and they did not react in time to the missile launch from the ground or had enough time to disable it. An explosion of an AA-class missile knocked the disk down. An American retrieval team quickly rushed to the scene from Ramstein and found the flat disk-shaped object, about 10 meters in diameter, resembling to flat plates joined together at the rim, the upper plate higher than the lower one. In the lower section the disk had a cylinder shaped central prop or pedestal-like section moving inside and outside the disk, with the encircling band beneath segmented squares. A crew of two aliens was found inside. Both were killed by the explosion and hard impact. They were tall, about 2 meters in height, of the “Nordic” blond type, with long red hair, slanted blue eyes, dressed in tight-fitting silver metallic suits. The disk was moved in top secret by sea to the USA, and then moved to the S4 base in Nevada at the Nellis range in 1970. The first disk of the very same type was recovered in 1958 in Vietnam; so, using pass experience a team of experts was successful in its examination of the engineering section of the disk. The disk from the Vietnam also contained two “Nordic” occupants on board. Both disk were witnessed and drawn by Derek Hennessy (a guard from US Navy Seal Team 6) at the S4 underground base, level 2 in 1987, bays 2 and 3. In February 1993, the disks were moved to a new underground base on the White Sands range, New Mexico, as well as the other disks from S4. These disks belonged to the planet “Troon” civilization, Tialubba star system.
Source: Anton Anfalov, Lenura Azizova, also Leonard H Stringfield And Col. Ret. Philip J Corso


Date: May 1967
Location: Alberton South Australia
Time: evening
Summary: A movie film was hot of a light in the sky. Upon developing and playing it, some frames, were enlarged. These enlargements were said to show an object with an illuminated window. In this window a shape moved across it several times.
Source: Keith Basterfield


Date:  May 1967: City Youth Tells Of A Strange Ship


Date: May 1967
Location: Owatonna, Minnesota
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Summary: One man, five-foot-nine inches tall, with olive complexion and pointed face and long dark hair (too long for Air Force regulations or so the Butlers felt) arrived at the Butler household and identified himself as Air Force Major Richard French. Speaking perfect English and plainly well educated, he claimed that he was interested in CB (citizen’s band) radio and UFOs. He was dressed in a neat gray suit, white shirt and black tie and everything he owned appeared to be brand new. Even the soles of his shoes were un-scuffed and un-walked on. He drove a white Ford Mustang. “He said his stomach was bothering him,” said Mrs. Butler, who then told the air force officer that what he needed was some Jell-o. He said if it kept bothering him, he would come back for some. Major French returned to the Butler residence the next morning. His stomach was still bothering him, so Mrs. Butler slid a big bowl of Jell-o in front of him. Incredibly, according to Mrs. Butler, Major French picked up the bowl and attempted to drink it. She had to show him how to eat it with a spoon.
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Time: May 1, 1967; Peel Tree, WV
Night. A witness who requested anonymity (name on file) experienced engine failure (EM effects) on his car and then saw a 40-foot long elliptical object that emerged from behind a shed and hovered 15 feet from his car. The object tilted toward the car at about a 30-degree angle. Static was heard on the car radio, and the dashboard temperature gauge went off the dial. The driver felt an intense wave of heat when he put his head out the window, and his hands burned when he touched the horn rim and dashboard. He also reported headaches and partial loss of vision (physiological effects). (White letter, 5/29/67, copy in NICAP files.)
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Date: May 1 1967
Location: Simoca, Tucuman, Argentina
Time: 2200
Summary: Nine witnesses returning from a hunting expedition were on a trailer being pulled by a tractor when they observed a very bright object in the sky, which at first they thought it was the moon. The object emitted an intense orange-reddish light and suddenly approached their position at high speed, appearing as a huge illuminated object. It then it briefly moved away but returned as one of the witnesses signaled at it with a flashlight. It hovered above the tractor, balancing itself back & forth like a pendulum. It was shaped like to plates put together and it had a crystal-like dome on top. Around its edge the witnesses could see several square window-like openings, from which a bluish light emanated. They also saw the figure of a man come out of one of the windows, and moved up to the dome, and then come back to the window and enter. Finally the object moved away, gaining altitude and disappearing at high speed.
Source:Proyecto CATENT, Argentina


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Summary: May  2, 1967; Montezuma, IA
8:25 p.m. CDT. A gray misty oval object was reported with red blinking lights and a steady white light on top (body lights). It hovered, then rose straight up. (APRO Bulletin, May-June 1967, p. 8.)
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Summary: May 3, 1967; Philadelphia, PA
6:30 a.m. EDT. A metallic-appearing gray disc paced ahead of a car, top section revolving and a row of window-like markings visible around the center. A vapor stream was produced, which changed to red sparks. The object shot up into the overcast, and the witness experienced jaw pain at that moment (physiological effect). (APRO Bulletin, May-June 1967, p. 12.)
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Date: May 5 1967
Location:  Moesgaard Strand Denmark
Time: 2325
Summary: The witness had gone for a walk along a quiet forest area and as she walked down a hill and past a local monument, he saw a strange light besides the monument. It was a bluish light that then became a circle on the ground; no source of the light could be seen. Suddenly from out of the sides several small grayish figures moved into the light. The figures were very short and no arms or legs could be seen. They seem to float back and forth, at times going into the forest and returning. Several more figures now appeared and also entered the light. As the witness stood looking at the light and figures, one of the figures floated towards him apparently increasing in size significantly as it approached. The witness became frightened and quickly left the area.
Source: Per Andersen, for SUFOI


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Summary: May 6, 1967; St. George,  UT
1:43 a.m. MDT. A motorist on U.S. 91 heard a loud hum, stopped the car, and saw a 40-foot diameter, amber-colored, circular object with domed top hovering 20-30 feet overhead. He shot a pistol at the object and heard the bullets ricochet. The witness was a hospital employee in Paradise Valley, Calif. (Salt Lake City Tribune, 5/7/67, copy in NiCAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 1, May-June 1967, p. 6; APRO Bulletin, May-June 1967, p. 6 (case misdated as May 13.
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Summary: May 6, 1967; Schirmeck, Bas-Rhein, Germany
7:00 p.m. LT. Seven lenticular (disc-shaped) black objects, aligned diagonally, each with a diameter estimated as 50 feet or more, were seen above a grove of trees about 2 km away. Each had a “smoky halo” around it. The objects suddenly vanished, then reappeared and vanished again, leaving traces in the forest. Truncated light beams (“solid light”) were emitted from three of the objects, one white and two greenish. Although the beams did not reach the ground, a band of light was visible on the ground beneath them. A larger object was seen near the ground. A flexible light beam was also reported that detached from a lenticular object and then retracted itself. (Haines, 1994, pp. 91-92, from UNICAT catalogue #403.)
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Summary: May 7, 1967; Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
2:00 a.m. MST. A 14-year-old boy and four others saw a spherical object with spinning top and bottom and with red and green lights (body lights) which they followed and observed for 4 hours. As it hovered at about 200 feet altitude, a “white ribbon of light” (light beam) was emitted from the bottom of the object illuminating the ground. A “muffled whistling noise” was heard as the object hovered. Then a “screaming noise” like a jet engine starting up was heard, all lights went out, and the object took off with 7-8 explosive sounds. Black streaks were found on the charred road surface (physical traces). (Edmonton Journal, 5/8/67, copy in Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 1, May-June 1967, p. 3; APRO Bulletin, May-June 1967, p. 7; Phillips, 1975, p. 48.) 
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Time: May 8, 1967; Chester Heights, PA
11:00 p.m. EDT. A woman saw a round object with four red lights (body lights) in a curving row and a very bright center light that flashed on and off. The object hovered, moved up and down and from side to side. It darted away, reappeared, and hovered again before moving away for good. (Ritter report received 7/28/67, copy in NICAP files.)
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Evening. Two people saw a white-lighted object that changed color to red as it flew rapidly from north to south. The object circled the airport, turned on a bright light, made turns, and hovered, then moved south above the witnesses, who followed it in a car at speeds over 90 m.p.h. (Witness letter, NICAP files.)
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9:05 p.m. CDT. On the same evening, about 200 miles north-northeast of Champaign, Illinois, a woman heard a hissing sound, then saw an object with flashing blue, red, green, and yellow lights. The object “swayed, jumped” and shot out of sight. (The Daily News, 5/10/67, copy in NICAP files.)
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3:00 a.m. EDT. Fishermen saw a missile-shaped (elongated) object that had a glowing red ball at each end. A white glowing object seemed to land and grew increasingly bright causing the witnesses to fear an explosion. Witnesses left to get the sheriff. No physical traces found. (Ridge, 1994, -? P-22.)
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78-69aDate: May 11 1967
Location: Wareham, Mass.
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Summary: 2:05 a.m. EDT. Four witnesses saw two inverted-dish (saucer) shaped objects with rotating lights. The objects hovered, descended behind trees into a bog, bobbed up and down like a yo-yo, and sped away when police shone a light at them (light reaction). (Fowler, 1974, p. 348.) 

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Date: May 11 1967
Location: Torrance, California
Time: night
Summary: This picture, although a fairly clear shot, does not have a lot of details. Taken on a Saturday night, a group of pals, Allen, Bobby, Rick, and Danny were hanging out when they saw this object that “glowed reddish-white.” One of the boys had a camera, and took this photo.
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Date: May 11 1967
Location: Holbaek Denmark
Time: 1300
Summary: A domed saucer shaped object was seen hovering above a farm field. Through a large window a form is seen moving inside. Angel hair like substance was found at the site.
Source: Brad Steiger


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11:10 p.m. GMT. A glowing yellow elliptical object with three round spots on the underside passed below clouds and was observed through binoculars. (Flying Saucer Review, Sept.-Oct. 1967, p. 31.) 
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8:OO p.m. MDT (2:00 a.m. GMT, May 13). Two men saw a silver ellipse or disc, 45 feet long and 15 feet thick (3:1 length to width ratio), with a distinct outline, that approached, slowed, descended level with a road, tilted and went over a hill. (Salisbury, 1974, Appendix B, Table 1, Case 48.) 
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Summary: May 13, 1967; Colorado Springs, CO
4:40 MDT. At the Colorado Springs airport an object was picked up on radar. During this time a Braniff flight was coming in for a landing on runway 35. The track of the object behaved like a ghost echo, perhaps a ground return being reflected from the Braniff aircraft. The object blip appeared at about twice the range of the Braniff blip. When Braniff touched down, however, the situation changed radically. The UFO blip pulled to the right (east) and passed over the airport at an indicated height of about 200 ft. The object track passed within 1.5 miles of the control tower. The object was not visible even through binoculars by personnel in the control tower. This case was written up in the SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS, conducted by the University of Colorado, and it was stated there: This must remain as one of the most puzzling radar cases on record, and no conclusion is possible at this time. It seems inconceivable that an anomalous propagation echo would behave in the manner described, particularly with respect to the reported altitude changes, even if AP had been likely at the time. In view of the meteorological situation, it would seem that AP was rather unlikely. Besides, what is the probability that an AP return would appear only once, and at that time appear to execute a perfect practice ILS approach? (Wilson)
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8:00 p.m. CDT. A University of South Dakota faculty member and five others saw a lens-shaped object (disc) that passed under clouds, turned over, and changed direction (maneuvered). (Witness report, 7/18/67, in NICAP files.)
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7:30 p.m. EDT. A pilot and a sheriffs deputy saw a 50-foot cigar-shaped object with a brilliant white light in front, a rapidly blinking red light on the rear, and red lights pulsating from front to back underneath (body lights). The object, its altitude estimated at 1,000 feet, moved slowly until it left rapidly at a steep angle. Indianapolis airport radar reportedly tracked the object. (Telephone call report from Frank Edwards, 5/18/67, NICAP files; Ridge, 1994, pp. 22-23 from Edwards, 1968, p. 152.)
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Date: May 15 1967
Location: La Paz Baja California Mexico
Time: 2300
Summary: After an amateur astronomy club meeting, the witness, Benito Hamburgo Valenzuela returned to his home where there appeared a colossal man at least 9-feet tall, who pulled up a large piece of wood and sat down on it. The man had large blue eyes, red hair, and very large ears; he wore a tight fitting red coverall like garment with short sleeves, bracelets on both arms, and boots. On his chest was an insignia of white dots, and on his head a white cap that looked nickel-plated. From a wide belt hung a small box with a little antenna. He greeted Hamburgo in slightly accented Spanish, introducing himself as “Wirkle, Chief of the Guard,” and answered Benito’s questions, anticipating them before the witness actually phrased them. He said he was from a very distant “region” and that they were an advanced race, concerned over the misuse of atomic energy. When he left he refused to shake hands, explaining that contact with him would aggravate Benito’s cardiac condition.
Source: Mike Culbert & Paul Cerny


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10:00 p.m. EDT. Three witnesses 500 miles to the northeast, in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada, saw an elongated object with one red and one white light. It moved slowly, stopped, and slowly flew away. The object responded to light flashes (light reaction) by a witness. (Air Force report form, NICAP files.)  
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1:30 a.m. PDT. A family saw a triangular object with a row of red lights and a white light on one end (body lights). The object hovered over the ground near a pond, made a roaring sound, then took off soaring over the house. (Redwood City Times, Calif., 5/16/67, copy in NICAP files.) 
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Date: May 16 1967
Location: Nieva Segovia Spain
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Summary: Roman and Jose Arribas observed an object land in a pine forest north of Nieva-Segovia; they saw “people” enter the ash colored craft, which took off straight up at high speed. No other information.
Source: Jacques Vallee quoting LDLN


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10:10 p.m. Crew of SS Point Sur. (Hynek UFO Exp ch. 7, case RV-9)

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8:30 p.m. Red Ledford [Parker?] saw a round, orange-colored object, similar in size to a small aircraft, zigzag back and forth over a jet that was heading NE. (Berliner; FUFOR Index)

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Time: May 17, 1967; Ustkamenogorsk, Russia
2:30 a.m. LT. An engineer named T.N. Kanshov saw a bright body twice as large as the moon moving across the sky from south to north for over two minutes. It first appeared as a flame so bright he could read the time on his watch by its light. The night was quiet, cloudless, moonless. The object had “fiery arrows” extending parallel to its sides. It expanded to three times its original size before disappearing. (Ref. 3)
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10:00 p.m. LT. Major Y.B. Popov, of Novosibirsk, together with Junior Lieutenant A.S. Nikitenko and several local residents saw a cascade of lights rushing across the night sky from the northeast in even rows. The lights were located on the surface of a very large cigar-shaped object, the impression was that an ocean-going vessel was flying across the sky with absolute silence at an altitude of about 0.6 mile. It was observed for two or three minutes. It passed almost over-head and took off into space. (Ref. 3)
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10:05 p.m. LT. By a warm, quiet evening several witnesses including S.V. Ostrovskiy saw a bright point descending in the western sky. It flew down to an altitude estimated as about one mile, when it changed to a horizontal course. At that point it appeared as a dark body of impressive proportions, with a compact, well-defined light at the rear. It flew off silently at less than 200 mph, with a dark orange tail behind it. (Ref. 3)
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Location. Mount Misery Long Island New York
Date: May 18 1967
Time: 1030A
The day after being instructed by a metallic sounding voice in her phone to go to the small local public library, Jane Paro did as was instructed. The library was deserted except for the librarian, who stuck Jane as being unusual. The woman was “dressed in an old fashioned suit like something out of the 1940’s with a long skirt, broad shoulders, and flat old looking shoes.” She had a dark complexion, with a fine bone structure, and very black eyes and hair. When Jane entered, the woman seemed to be expecting her and produced a book instantly form under the desk. Jane sat down at a table and began to riffle through the book, pausing on page 42. The metallic voice had told her to read that page. Suddenly the print became smaller and smaller, then larger and larger. It changed into a message about contact with earthlings. The print became very small again, and then the normal text reappeared. As soon as Jane left the library she became quite ill. In early June she began to see the “librarian” wherever she went. Unable to sleep one night, Jane gout up at the crack of dawn the following morning and went for a walk on an impulse. The dark skinned woman stepped out of an alley and approached her shyly. “Peter is coming,” she announced. Jane asked her a question and she repeated, “Peter is coming very soon.” Next a large black Cadillac came down the street and stopped next to them. It was brand new, very shiny, and polished. The driver was an olive skinned man wearing wraparound sunglasses and dressed in a neat gray suit, apparently of the same material as the woman’s clothes. The rear door opened and a man climbed out with a big grin on his face. He was about five-feet 8 inches tall, with dark skin and Oriental eyes. He had an air of someone very important and was dressed in a well-cut, expensive looking suit of the same gray material that was shiny like silk but was not silk. The stranger said his name was “Apol.”
Source: John Keel, The Mothman Prophecies


Date:  May 19, 1967
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Summary: May 19, 1967; Grove City, OH
4:00-4:30 a.m. EDT. Four men saw a cigar-shaped object for 20 minutes that made various movements (maneuvered). One witness said it descended to within 150 feet of the ground, then made a 90-degree turn and flew off to the west. The object made an odd noise “that made your ears ring.” (Grove City Record, 5/25/67, copy in NICAP files.)
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Date: May 20 1967: The Stephen Michalak Encounter at Falcon Lake


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Summary: May 20, 1967; Lexington, KY
10:45 p.m. EDT. A couple saw an intensely glowing object with shimmering white lights. The object alternated between hovering and moving at an estimated altitude of 1,500-2,000 feet. The lights undulated, expanded and contracted, and at times disappeared. During the a contraction phase the object looked like a large white glowing ball. The witnesses became frightened and left. (Witness letter, 5/25/67, NICAP files.)
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Date:  May 21, 1967
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Summary: May 21, 1967; Union County, IN
3:00 a.m. A dark object with a circle of red pulsating lights which lit up the area was observed for two minutes by two witnesses. The object moved slowly along a highway below tree-top level. It made two passes. Witnesses experienced retinal afterimage, and a rooster reduced its crowing to a shrill screaming sound. The location: 5 miles west of the NIKE missile base near Oxford, Ohio! (Don Worley files)
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8:00 a.m. A farmer out hunting looked up when he heard a brief swishing sound. Six or eight light gray watermelon shaped objects in semicircle formation at undetermined height were moving rapidly to the east. The witness was very shook up, rushed home and called the newspaper. (Don Worley files)
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9:30 p.m.  A witness saw a flat-bottomed object, with a domed top (domed disc) that had rainbow-like light. When his car headlights shone on the object, its light flared up and within seconds it took off straight up (light reaction). The witness felt his hair stand on end and a tingling like static electricity (physiological effects). (Letter from Chuck Thaxton, NICAP files.) 
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8:55 p.m. CDT (9:55 p.m. EDT). Two people saw a cigar-shaped object with a string of white lights down the center and a red light at front, and a green light at the rear (body lights). The object was estimated to be under 1,000 feet in altitude as it came from the west, circled south, turned north (maneuvered) and disappeared behind the local horizon. (Witness letter, NICAP files.) 
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10:30 p.m. PDT. A couple saw a metallic-appearing disc that descended to about 5,000 feet above the ground, emitting a bright red flame which shot from a 3-4 foot round aperture in the underside. The 15-20 foot long flame disappeared into the object, which zigzagged away. The flame was reflected off the underside making the object clearly visible. (NICAP report form; U.F.O Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 3, Nov.-Dec. 1967, p. 3.)
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Cat. 3. Luminous object chased car, hovered above it; able to restart engine after UFO sped away. (APRO Bulletin, May-June, 1967 [E,L]) car.
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1:25 a.m. EDT. A couple saw three light green glowing discs that flew low above treetops and then went straight up and out of sight. (Letter dated 5/28/67, NICAP files.) 
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12:01 p.m. EDT. An engineer and his son (age 12) saw a bright silver, wingless object, apparently longer than a Boeing 707 jetliner. Two large transparent domes were visible on top of the object and three oblong windows along the side. The trailing end bulged into four pods. The object flew at moderate speed into a cloud and did not emerge. Its altitude was estimated as 3,000 feet using clouds as a reference, and it seemed to be moving about 500 mph. A few minutes later three small dark objects were seen flying in V formation. (Letter dated 6/5/67, NICAP files.) 
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Summary: May 29, 1967; Saugus, MA
2:40 a.m. EDT. One witness saw a glowing red scallop-shaped object (disc) that had white flashing lights along its surface. The object moved slowly with a rocking motion, then departed upward at high speed. (Fowler, 1974, p. 348.)
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Summary: May 29, 1967; Bay City, MI
Night. Two teenagers saw a large, shiny circular object with whirling lights. The object hovered, moved, descended near a grove of trees, then later rose straight up, hovered, and flew away. (Bay City Times, 6/14/67, copy in NICAP files.)
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Evening. A woman and three children saw an object with red and green rotating lights. It took off down river, and turned after a short distance. The colored lights were not visible after the turn, but there was a large light like a locomotive headlight visible. (NICAP report form.)
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Summary: May 31, 1967; Beausejour, Manitoba, Canada
11:30 p.m. CDT. A woman reported a luminous red, saucer-shaped object with blue light that approached from the south and hovered about 125 yards away. A white light on the bottom became brighter as the object hovered (luminosity/motion correlation), its glow illuminating the ground. The object landed and left physical traces, including a burned area and radioactive soil. (Winnipeg Free Press, Manitoba, 7/21/67, copy in NICAP files; APRO Bulletin, May-June 1967, p. 2.)
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