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Date: October 1967
Location:  Mullens, West Virginia 
Time:  after 9 p.m.
Summary:  The reporting witness was 16 years old and was doing his homework just after 9 p.m. on an October night in 1967 when light was first noticed. “A light came through the window,” the witness stated.“I looked up and a grapefruit-sized object was casting a light into our living room. I knew it was an object not of our present Earth. It followed a path across the picture window casting a light and a ‘Doppler effect’ of heat.” The child’s parents were in the room with him. “When the light reached the corner of our house it cast a light in on my father. He said, ‘What was that?’ I said, ‘Dad, I just think I saw a flying saucer.’ About five minutes later my mother exclaimed, ‘I want to know what is going on around here?’ I repeated what I have just said above. No one moved. My parents went to bed at 10p.m. No one moved. At 11:30 p.m. Johnny Carson did his second joke, and my father said, ‘Well, we are going to bed.’ I said, ‘Wait a minute, I am scared. I will sleep on the floor.’ My father answered almost mechanically said, ‘Don’t worry, you will be alright, just go down the hall and sleep.’ I said, ‘I still don’t like it.’ I don’t sleep without a TV and light on.” The witness does not feel as though he or his family members were abducted. “I do not feel like I was contacted or abducted. It happened over 45 years ago. If my father and I don’t tell the story it will die with us. My Mother passed away in January. The object I have referred to above travelled outside of my line of sight.”
Source:  MUFON Case 75258


Date: October 1967
Location:  Ithaca New York
Time:  daytime
Summary:  An unidentified angler encountered a peculiar being in broad daylight. No more than 3-feet tall, he was wearing what appeared to be a diver’s suit made of material similar to black rubber. He wore a helmet; through a glass plate on the front of the helmet, the skin appeared very brown, and the face “looked something like a monkey’s. But he had no hair at all.” The little being “planted himself” in front of the witness and began to gesture and to speak, “but I couldn’t make out any words that I understood.” Making swimming and drinking motions, the angler decided he wanted water and pointed to the nearby stream, “and he walked away at a great clip.”
Source:   Lloyd Mallan


Date: October 1967
Location:  Sukhumi, Russia
Time:  Noon
Summary:  Engineer V.N. Chechyanov and his coworkers saw a strange object in the clear blue sky for half an hour. It hovered for a while, then moved along the shore, rose and disappeared. A man who watched it through binoculars reported that the object was shaped like a triangle, with no fuselage and no tail, and was the color of aluminum.
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Date: October 1967
Location: Glencoe, Ontario, Canada
Time: Night
Summary: Three adults and their children saw a cluster of unidentified red and white lights that seemed to be spinning as they apparently paced the witnesses’ car. The lights then hovered over the farm when the car stopped, and then moved away. 
Source: London Free Press, Ontario, 10/12/67, copy in NICAP files.


Date: October 1967
Location: Greenland, Long Island, New York
Time: early morning
Summary: Awakened by the sounds of his dogs barking Joseph Henslik looked outside and was surprised to see a strange circular object circling over the post office building near his house. Reacting quickly he grabbed his camera and ran to the patio. He took several photos of the luminous disc-shaped object that appeared to have a turret on top on which he could see several lighted windows. Two days after once he had obtained the negatives two strange men visited Henslik at his home. After returning home at about 0300A that morning he noticed that two men were waiting for him. He described them as being of medium height, black hair and very tanned skin. Both wore very tight-fitting black slacks; black turtle necked sweaters and what appeared to be a black “smoking” jacket. One of the men approached Henslik and in a strange Scandinavian sounding accent he told him that they were representatives of the government and that they needed to speak to him. They refused to show him any credentials since they claimed to belong to a “top secret government agency”. The stranger told him, “We know that you took some photographs that can be considered authentic and in the name of your family, the government and the world (!) We request you give those to us”. Henslik told them that he did not have the photos yet, the men then left promising to return the next day. Precisely at the same time the next day Henslik received another visit, this time from three similarly dressed strangers, totally dressed in black. Afraid Henslik gave them the negatives, which they examined closely with a flashlight, then, warned him not to tell anyone about the photos and walked away into the darkness. Henslik was surprised since he did not see a vehicle or any other mode of transportation in the area.
Source: El Fuego del Dragon # 62, October 2003


Date: October 1967
Location: Caledon Ontario Canada
Time: daytime
Summary: A man and his daughter were taking photographs of the surrounding foliage in a field when they saw a large hovering domed disc shaped craft near them. The object had a large rectangular opening in one side and a figure or entity could be seen inside. Five color photographs were supposedly taken, however their current whereabouts is unknown.
Source:  Cuforn Bulletin, Vol. 10 # 1, Jan/Feb 89


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Location. Reseda California
Date: October 1967
Time: night
The witness was abducted out of her home by several humanoids, described as having wrinkled grayish skin with huge dark eyes and large baldheads. The beings wore tight fitting uniforms. The witness described the inside of the object as having gray walls and a rounded ceiling. The beings apparently attempted to perform some type of procedure on the witness’s brain and she apparently fought back. Later she experienced additional bedroom visitations by small balls of light that would paralyze her and communicate with her telepathically.

Source: Preston Dennett, UFO Encounters Vol. 2 # 4


Date: October 1967
Location: Near Point Pleasant West Virginia
Time: night
Summary: Three men driving along Route 2 sighted a tall broad shouldered dark caped man walking besides the road. They stopped and looked back but the figure had disappeared. There were open fields on both sides of the road.
Source: John A Keel, Strange Mutants


Date: October 1967
Location: Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire England
Time: night
Summary: Albert Lancashire (involved in other encounters) remembers seeing odd lights manifest in his house. During a vivid dream like experience he remembered waking up in his room and seeing an Oriental woman lying on a bed, and being given “goggles” to put over his eyes. A man in white was also present.
Source:  Jenny Randles, Abductions


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Location. Tibidabo Barcelona Spain
Date: October 1 1967
Time: 2230
Valeriano Ruiz Fontes, a radio technician, observed an illuminated object, which he took at first for a large Jeep, hovering just above the ground, about 700-800 yards away. It was about 14 feet long, with half a dozen oval illuminated windows, and having on top a square turret. Near the UFO were 4 people of normal stature wearing dark uniforms and bright helmets. Two of the beings climbed up the turret, manipulating or fixing some fittings there; the other two were examining the underside of the object. After watching for about half an hour, the external lights were extinguished, showing only the illuminated portholes; the object then rose vertically with no noise to about 500 feet, then showed yellow, red orange and a triangle of blue-green lights, and took off at extremely high speed.

Source: Antonio Ribera FSR Vol. 14 # 3


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Summary: Oct. 2, 1967; Rockford, IL
Time not reported. A policeman, an FAA specialist, and another man saw an unidentified silver-white, egg-shaped object. (Omaha World Herald, Nebraska, 10/3/67, NICAP files.)
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Summary: Oct. 2, 1967; Melville, NY
7:30 p.m. EDT. An aircraft company engineer and his children saw a white disc with rectangular windows, and a white light on top (body lights). A white light beam from the bottom illuminated the ground. The window lights blinked in sequence. The object hovered at low altitude, then moved slowly off. The witness tried to follow in his car. When he blinked his headlights, the lights on the object blinked out in sequence (light reaction). (Hall, 2001, p. 161.)
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Time: Oct. 2, 1967; Ipswich, MA
8:30 p.m. EDT. Four witnesses who were together plus two other single, independent witnesses saw red, greenish blue, and white lights (body lights) apparently on an oval object that gave off a yellowish glow. At times the object glowed red all over. It hovered, spun, and moved up and down slightly. Dogs were barking (animal reaction) during the sighting. (Massachusetts NICAP Subcommittee report, NICAP files; Fowler, 1974, p. 350.)
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Date: October 4 1967
Location: Bohan, Namur, Belgium
Time: 2130
Summary: Two men, L Theunis and D Wittenwrogel were walking on a road when they saw on the side of a nearby orchard a luminous silhouette of a feminine appearance, encased in a luminous glow. The figure appeared to have long light brown hair; it had pale features and appeared to float just above the ground. As the men stared, the figure suddenly vanished in plain sight, as if walking into “another dimension”.
Source: Catalogue Boitte, Project Becassine


Date: October 4 1967: Shag Harbour Incident


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Summary: Oct. 5, 1967; Johnson City, TN
10:15 p.m. EDT (11:15 p.m. ADT). Multiple witnesses reported an object with blinking multicolored lights, three portholes, and a prism-like component on the bottom that emitted light rays. The object hovered, moved slowly, sometimes rising and falling, and ascended. (Johnson City newspapers of 10/5/67 and 10/17/67, copies in NICAP files.)   
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Location. Belfast, Northern Ireland
Date: October 6 1967
Time: night
Eugene Browne (involved in a previous encounter) was walking home from a jazz club when he saw a craft in the sky. A yellow light came from it, which danced around him making him feel dizzy and loose consciousness. He awoke on a table in a windowless, oblong room, lit by a blue light from the floor. Metal bands attached to an apparatus at the side strapped him down. Four men and a woman surrounded him; they had a bluish aura. The tallest, dressed in a dark one-piece suit, said, “at last, someone will do”, and released him. The woman had long blond hair, high cheekbones and was very fair with freckled complexion. He had sex with her and she told him they were “from another galaxy” and were experimenting to get human seed. Afterwards he was tied up and told it would not be long before he was returned. He blacked out, recovering in a field about a mile from the original location. He saw an object, which took off with a whistle as its tripod gear, retracted.

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Summary: Oct. 6, 1967; Vandenberg AFB, CA
7:00 PM. Vandenberg AFB radar detected a very large stationary object some miles over the Pacific off the Northern California coast. Later, radar detected numerous small, but strong, targets traveling eastward in irregular flight. The location and time of Case #35 was listed in the Condon Report as “South Pacific, Fall 1967.” Dr. James McDonald looked into the case but I couldn’t find any record of his actual findings and comment.  
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tucson1967Date: October 9 1967
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Summary: Landing At Tucson ,’ After the Lorenzens returned to Tucson from their meeting with the Condon Committee in Boulder they received r message that a landing had taken place near Tucson and contacted their informal. A meeting $’as arranged with the people involved, and they proceeded to the home of a prominent businessman living in thc vicinity 0f Speedway Boulevard and Harrison Road, which is east 0l the city proper. The name of the people involved in this incident will not be given as they have requested anonymity. Their story At 5:40 p.m. on the 9th of October, 14-year-old Richard was coming home. He had ridden his bicycle part way home with a friend and was returning. He had been following the track of a minibike, then decided to ride up a wash. There had been some rain and the floor of the wash was hard packed. Richard was nearly home when he had to ride up the side of wash to avoid a tree which was growing across the wash in his path As he detoured, he spotted an unusual object ahead. At this point he was about 44 feet away from the object. He rode a little further until about 35 feet from it when the object left the ground, ascended straight up with a discernible side-to side motion, and disappeared within 12 seconds. apro25The object was estimated to be about 8 feet tall. 2″ feet wide and shaped like a cylinder. It appeared to be metallic, “Bonding”- supported by two legs which angled out from the bottom, ending in two “feet. in the shape of round “pads.” A curved bar ran between the “legs” just above the “feet”, as of a strengthening member. Richard immediately went to his home and told his mother what he had seen and she came with him to the spot and took several color photos of the impressions left by the object and the general area. One is produced here. Please note what appears to be a twisted character, istic of the prints. The space from edge to edge of the impressions measured about 42 inches and the tracks themselves measured 13 inches across. Richard is a bright young boy and is apparently telling the truth. His parents are to be lauded for immediately photographing the evidence and attempting to preserve it. The terrain clearly showed Richard’s bicycle tracks and his footprints, indicating, as he stated, that after the object left, he approached to within about two feet 01 the place where the object had rested. It would not have been possible for the boy to have made the impressions without aid, and there were no other tracks indicating the presence of others. Richard’s father called Dr. James Mc- Donald of the University of Arizona Department of Atmospheric Physics who recommended that he call in the Air Force. McDonald arrived on the scene almost immediately with a team of college students and took measurements, etc. The Air Force arrived in due time and did likewise. During the following week McDonald called the family and seemed concerned that the incident might get into the newspapers. week after the incident the Air Force called again, and it seems that they were directed to pursue the matter further. However, rain had obliterated the impressions and there was nothing left to investigate. After the Lorenzets had completed their investigation, a local member was told of the incident and he set about checking with contacts at Davis-Monthan AFB concerning the Air Force’ conclusions. He contacted the UFO officer at the Base who said that he had heard nothing of the purported landing. reflecting sunlight, but not reflecting the images of trees, brush, etc.
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Date: October 10 1967
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Time: Oct. 10, 1967; Bow River Forest, Alberta, Canada
Time not reported. A forest fire lookout saw an oval object with a rim around the circumference and a green light on top. The light rotated, and when the object moved it turned white (color/motion correlation). The object hovered, then moved off and disappeared emitting four blue flames as it departed. (London Evening Free Press, Ontario, 10/16/67, copy in NICAP files.)
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Date: October 10 1967
Location: Lakewood Colorado
Time: 0045A
Summary: Norman C, driving home, was flagged down by a man with a forked goatee, well over 6-feet tall, wearing a jacket with 4 gold bars on each shoulder. The man talked to the witness without moving his mouth, presumably by telepathy. He asked where the North Star was, and what the date was; in response to the answer, he replied, “In your primitive time.” He asked what the witness had in his mouth; on being told it was a cigarette, he replied, “Oh, one of your primitive vices.” He asked about the car and said, “Oh, your primitive mode of transportation.” When the witness asked who he was and where he was from, the man replied, “I cannot tell you now, but my colleagues and I will return.” Then the man walked about 4 feet away and vanished. Norman then heard a noise looked up and saw hovering overhead a red object the size of a football field. With a whining noise it went straight up, joined two more objects, and disappeared at tremendous speed.
Source: Lt. Col A P Webb Air Force & Dr Leo Sprinkle for Apro


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7:00 p.m. LT (3:00 p.m. EDT). Three witnesses using 7 x 50 binoculars saw a yellowish oval with a small dome on top, a yellow light rotating around the dome. The object also had one red and two green body lights that pulsated off and on. As the lights pulsated, the color of the object changed from yellow to white. At 7:30 p.m. a similar object shot across the sky, stopped and joined the first object (rendezvous). Both objects were gradually obscured by clouds. (Stanway and Pace, p. 16.)
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7:50 p.m. MDT. A woman reported that a dark oval object with a dome on one side circled above her car. The car’s electrical system went dead during the sighting (EM effects) and restarted after the object departed. The witness felt cold (physiological effects) during the sighting. (Unidentified clippings from Calgary newspapers, copies in NICAP files; Rodeghier, 1981, p.37
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Date: October 11 1967
Location: Santa Ana, California
Time: evening
Summary: Two years after taking the now famous UFO photographs, Rex Heflin received another group of strange visitors. They appeared at his home at dusk dressed in Air Force uniforms. Because of his earlier experience, Heflin inspected their credentials carefully and wrote down their names and other information. They questioned him about the photos and asked him if he knew anything about the Bermuda Triangle. “During the questioning, the witness says he noted a car parked in the street with indistinct lettering on the front door.” In the back seat he could see a figure and violet (not blue) glow, which the witness attributed to instrument dials. He believed he was being photographed or recorded. In the meantime his FM multiplex radio was playing in the living room and during the questioning it made several loud audible pops. Dr. James E McDonald and other investigators later tried to check out the identity of these visitors. They drew a complete blank. Despite their credentials and uniforms, these men were apparently imposters.
Source:  John A Keel, Our Haunted Planet


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8:30-9:00 p.m. MDT. Many people, singly and in groups, independently reported seeing a brilliant reddish-orange object moving south to north. It was described as a large, flat-bottomed dome (hemisphere) with pulsating red, green and yellow lights (body lights). A man driving a truck into the mountains reported that a luminous orange object approached and hovered over a truck, changing to green and blue. Its light illuminated the ground as bright as day. The object followed the truck then departed at high speed. (Salisbury, 1974, p. 55-61.)
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6:37 p.m. EDT. A man saw a bright, blue-white sphere hovering over a mountain. The object moved laterally when an aircraft approached it (aircraft avoidance), then accelerated and sped away. Witness had seen similar objects before. (NICAP report form.) 
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Date: October 12 1967
Location: Santo Antonio do Taua, Brazil
Time: night
Summary: While a bright beam of light temporarily paralyzed the witness, four human-like figures briefly approached him. Two men and two women all four wore silvery tight fitting coveralls and long boots. The women had long blond hair and the men short dark hair. All had dark almond shaped eyes. No other information.
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Date: October 12 1967
Location: White Rocks Utah
Time: 0300A
Summary: In the midst of a mini wave of UFO sightings in the Uintah Basin, in northeast Utah, during the night of October 11-12, Jay Anderson, of White Rocks, observed a strange figure standing in a doorway of his home. Dressed in a metallic looking suit, and giving off a luminous glow, the figure turned and walked out after being discovered.
Source:  Joseph Junior Hicks & Frank Salisbury


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6:30 p.m. CDT. Seven children saw a silver, egg-shaped object with legs that appeared to be preparing to land in the yard where the children were. The object moved off when the children approached. It was estimated to be the size of a picture window. Reportedly a similar object was seen several hours later over a nearby town. (Stars 6t Stripes, 10/15/67, NICAP files.)
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1:50 a.m. A locomotive engineer reported that his freight train was paced by an unidentified object for 30 miles. The object once came within 100 yards. was seen to be flat on the bottom with a dark dome-like structure on top (domed disc). It was estimated to be 40-50 feet wide and 15-18 feet tall. The underside was circled by brightly colored, blinking lights of red, yellow, orange, and blue-green (body lights) that seemed to be recessed into the object (not protruding). The bottom center had a large white light about 10 feet in diameter. A vapor-like light trailed the object. The engineer called the attention of other railroad employees to the object. Possible EM effect noted on radio. (Keyhoe and Lore, 1969a, pp. 10-11.)
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Location. Milan Italy
Date: October 13 1967
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Andreina Zatti was walking along the Via Amedeo on her way to visit a friend when a man about 35 years of age with very strange physical characteristics approached her. His skin was a pale bluish-green color and he was dressed entirely in black with dark goggle-like glasses. He stood staring at Andreina with his hands to his knees. Apparently this produced a painful sensation in Andreina, who immediately thought that the stranger was an extraterrestrial. At this point she received a telepathic message from the stranger confirming his extraterrestrial origins. Andreina felt paralyzed as the stranger disappeared. Later that same month while Andreina attended a soccer game she noticed a strange gray dirigible shaped craft that appeared to be hiding behind some clouds. She suddenly found herself inside the object where a tall man dressed in blue with a belt; a gold collar and bracelet confronted her. The man had long shoulder length black hair, and his skin was pale blue in color. The humanoid touched a button on his chest and Andreina suddenly found herself back in the field, not knowing how she got there.

Source: CUN Milano & Archivio S.U.F.


Date: October 13 1967
Location: Le Mas Lozere France
Time: 1245
Summary: Marguerite C, located east of Le Mas on a little grass grown natural “platform,” saw 3 beings of small stature, dressed in coppery red suits that covered then entirely, move on the “platform,” sometimes walking on the ground and sometimes without contacting the ground. They seemed to be examining their surroundings. The observer was one of those there because 2 psychics had predicted a full-dress UFO landing at 1200 for this date and place. Other observers saw only the compass needle deviated by 90 degrees and (by some observers only) a brief apparition of a line of 6 luminous discs.
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Date: October 13 1967
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7:45 p.m. MDT. Two men in a car saw a sharp-edged, bright orange object shaped like a “haystack on fire” (hemisphere), flat on the bottom, that rose from on or near the ground emitting blinding light as their car approached. It moved at “terrific speed” and circled across the face of the nearly full moon, blotting out a fraction of the moon for a second. No sound was detected. The object ascended vertically and disappeared. (Salisbury, 1974, pp. 53-55.)
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6:00 p.m. LT (2:00 p.m. EDT). A truck driver on the M6 Motorway watched a dark circular craft moving parallel to his path for 5-1/2 miles as he drove at 35-40 m.p.h. He stopped and got out to better observe the object, which was disc-shaped with a rim around the center and had illuminated portholes. He heard a whirring sound and rush of air and saw what appeared to be exhaust flames issuing from the rear portion of the rim. Finally the object turned and, with a “sliding” motion, moved across the Motorway, accelerated, and departed at “incredible speed” back in the direction it had come from. (Stanway and Pace, 1968, pp. 17, 44-46.)
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9:20 p.m. EDT. A policeman and another man saw red and green lights in a square pattern that glided, hovered, ascended, then divided into two groups which moved off. A popping sound, like fireworks, was heard during the sighting. The object or group of lights once approached when a spotlight was shone at it (light reaction). (Plainfield Courier-News, N.J., 10/18/67, NICAP files.)
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10:00 p.m. MDT. A couple saw a large orange, ball of light that hovered over a corral. It was joined by a second orange ball (rendezvous), and they flew away together to the east. (Salisbury, 1974, Appendix B, Table 1, case 54.)
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10:04 p.m. PDT (11:04 p.m. MDT). A woman saw an egg-shaped object which swooped down, skimmed over rooftops, stopped, retreated, then fell to the ground. Initially it appeared like a balloon with orange fire at one end and seemed to rotate and wobble. When stopped, it became a ball of fire that expanded as if about to explode. When it retreated it diminished to a bright light, then to a flowing ash before falling. (Letter from witness, 10/23/67, NICAP files.) [Very probably a flare or candle-carrying hoax balloon, often made from a laundry bag, which were common at the time.]
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6:00 p.m. Astronomer Z. Kadikov, from Kazan Engelgardt observatory, saw a bright object in the northwest. It was a crescent with sharp edges and pointed horns, yellow in color with a pale bluish tail, moving at about 1.5 degrees per second. It became smaller as it flew and was eventually reduced to a point. Finding other witnesses, Kadikov was able to triangulate the phenomenon. He estimated it may have been about fifty miles above the earth and some 1,800 feet between the “horns,” flying at about three miles per second. (Ref. 3)
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9 p.m. John Herbert [and Sonnier?] saw a bright, fiery ball flash 4 times while moving E, just above tree tops. (Berliner; FUFOR Index)

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9:45 p.m. MDT. Five teenagers saw a disc with two white lights at one end and a red light at the other (body lights). The object appeared to be spinning. It swooped down from high altitude, leveled off, and moved away at high speed. (Unidentified newspaper clipping, NICAP files.)
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4:36 a.m. EDT. Two police officers reported that a bright red ellipse followed and illuminated the interior of their patrol car. Later police sightings that morning very possibly or probably were astronomical. (Hitt, 1999.)   
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6:16 a.m. 2 control tower operators and an observer at the S end of the runway saw 2 dark oblong table-latter shaped objects with 7 ft long exhaust at about 1,200-1,500 ft height fly E to W, tracked by RAPCON radar at a distance of 2 miles, make a turn to the SW when they disappeared. (Hynek UFO Exp ch. 6, case DD-3)

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Location. Duncan Oklahoma
Date: October 21 1967
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Four teenaged boys, including Ivan Ritter and Jerry Bennett, were driving east of Duncan on Route 7 when they saw three little men in the car’s headlights; when the driver turned the beam on high, the three beings “almost flew off the road and disappeared.” They were about 4-feet tall with shiny blue green skin, or tight coveralls; their faces were human but their ears were very large. There was a 20-foot drop off on either side of the highway at the site, making normal egress off the highway difficult. At the site the next day, Ritter and Bennett found an unusual footprint in the mud of a creek bed 100 yards from the road.

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Summary: Oct. 22, 1967; Newnan, GA
4:30 a.m. EDT. Two police officers saw a ball of white light flying at treetop level. They stopped to get a fix on it, then tried to approach it, but it apparently outdistanced them so they turned back. The object then reversed course and began following them. Some sightings during this period appear to have been of astronomical objects, but in this case the object gained on them, caught up, began climbing vertically and emitted a bluish light beam that illuminated the roadway, then “zoomed up into the sky.” (Hitt, 1999.)
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Date: October 22 1967
Location. Milledgeville, Georgia
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As dusk was descending over Milledgeville, Georgia on October 22, 1967, an unknown photographer took these two pictures of an apparently high-towered UFO. Object was approaching in another photo, then was seen to hover as this second photo was taken
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3:38 p.m. LT. Two witnesses saw a metallic-appearing sphere with a dark central band. The object crossed the sky quickly in a zigzag pattern. (Report from local investigator, NICAP files.)
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Summary: Oct. 22, 1967; Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Evening, CDT. Two real estate salesmen saw three brilliant, 2-3 foot diameter, pulsating red lights floating over a field, apparently body lights on a larger craft. A car stopped with six people who also saw the lights. Two similar objects (apparent craft with body lights) appeared, one illuminating the low cloud cover as it descended, and took up positions relative to the first object (rendezvous). The three objects then silently moved away in formation, changing positions to form a triangle. Through binoculars, they could see the shape of the craft behind the lights against the lighter background of the sky, resembling rectangular masses of black glass. Dipping and bobbing, the formation approached power lines, lighting the lines with a red glow as they flew by. They moved to a TV tower area, now appearing as three pulsating orange-red lights. After 5 minutes, the objects broke formation and flew away to the northwest in single file. Physical traces, including small footprints, were found in the field at the site where the object had been seen hovering. One witness reported a bad headache, leg ache, burning on the face, chills, and other physiological effects suggestive of exposure to ionizing radiation. (Bondarchuk, 1979, p. 47-50.)
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Summary: Oct. 22, 1967; Humboldt, Saskatchewan, Canada
7:45-8:00 p.m. CDT. Two witnesses saw three lights that were about 4 feet in diameter. The two outer lights were orange/amber and blinked or flickered. The center light was a bright red inverted teardrop shape that moved up and down at regular 2-3 second intervals. The lights were seen intermittently for a half hour as they followed a truck, appearing to descend to within 3 feet of the road surface. The truck made a U-turn, and the lights reversed their direction so the truck was then following them. The lights moved away and blinked out. A few minutes later, one of the witnesses saw a dark object the size of a locomotive in a field. (Clausen report, NICAP files.)
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Time: Oct. 22, 1967; Milledgeville, GA
Night. Two groups of policemen about a half-mile apart, while in radio communication, saw a glowing orange-yellow, cylindrical object rise from near the ground about one-quarter of a mile away from one of the groups. The object ascended from a pecan grove between the two groups. One group of police saw the object between them and a higher elevation tree-line about a mile away. The object rose and sped out of sight. Its shape was compared to an old-fashioned water-tower tank. (McDonald letter, 12/1/68, Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files.)
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4:00 a.m. LT (12:00 midnight EDT). Interference on VHF radio (EM effects) caused a witness to go outside where he saw a cigar-shaped metallic object with an incandescent glow and portholes, and heard a whirring sound. Other witnesses included police officers. (Unidentified newspaper article, copy in NICAP files.)
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Summary: Oct. 23, 1967; Bristol, Avon, England
4:50 a.m. LT. A woman saw a cigar-shaped object, slightly narrower at one end, with a blinding blue light. Hovering near it were three separate, smaller orange and yellowish lights or objects. All hovered for 15 minutes except for one, which left and returned. It rose into low clouds when an airplane neared (aircraft avoidance). (Hennessey report, NICAP files.)
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1:30 a.m. EDT. A man saw a silver egg-shaped object with a light blue ring around the center. The object hovered and then flew away, the blue ring changing color to bright pink (color change/motion correlation). (Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee report and NICAP report form.)
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Date:  October 24 1967
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6:45 p.m. EDT. A man saw three oval orange lights in step formation which ascended by constantly repositioning the bottom light to the top, the bottom light fading out and then appearing in the top position. This cycle repeated and the formation ascended. (Letter, NICAP files.)
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Date: October 24 1967
Location: Hunter Liggett Military Reservation California
Time: evening
Summary: George W Ritter and 3 other soldiers were on guard duty when they all observed an orange fluorescent oval shaped craft approach slowly leaving a tail behind it. A hatch opened on the bottom of the craft and five small drones dropped out of it. They formed into a V formation and began hovering above the witnesses. As the men looked up mesmerized, Ritter began hearing a “blip-blip” like sound like sonar. All four felt paralyzed at this point. Suddenly Ritter’s next recollection was of being lifted up into one of the objects. He then found himself lying down with a gray colored humanoid looking down on him. The other three soldiers were nowhere in sight. The being had large black oval shaped eyes and did not appear to be wearing any clothing. He saw three other smaller similar creatures that appeared to be assistants. He heard a voice in his head telling him that he was not going to be hurt. Inside the object there was a constant weird misty light, resembling a black light. He was then given a shot in the thigh near the groin area and then one of the beings came up to his left side and somehow put his whole hand, inside the upper left side of the witness’s chest. After an undetermined amount of time he was taken into another room where he saw a bright ball of light that emanated energy and love towards Ritter and communicated telepathically. Ritter was told in the near future “something wonderful was going to happen.” His next recollection was of standing on the ground looking up, but the objects are gone. The other men reported the incident to military authorities. As a result Ritter spent 2 months in a military mental hospital.
Source:Linda Moulton Howe


Date: October 24 1967
Location: Newfield New York
Time: 2130
Summary: Donald Chiszar, 13, and Pat Crosier, 10, reported seeing a large light that came closer and hovered over a house 50 yards away. It was a round object, with a cupola and antenna on top, and had an oblong box on the bottom with red, green, and white lights. Around the rim were square shaped rd & white lights. Through two large windows in the dome, tow beings were visible, each less than 5’7″ tall, humanoid in appearance, and with “rocky or bumpy” skin of a chocolate brown color. They stood motionless, looking out, while several additional moving shadows were seen behind them. Knobs and other electronic equipment were visible inside the lighted section. The object was of a dull silver color, about 30 feet in diameter and 6-8 feet high. It hovered in the same spot for about two minutes, tilted upward in the rear; then the rim lights became very bright, it assumed a horizontal altitude, and disappeared at great speed, “like a puff of wind.” The following night, Chiszar told investigators he saw tow more of the same type of flying objects. During the observation by the two boys, they claimed that their walkie-talkies malfunctioned, and a dog was barking nearby.
Source: William Donovan for Nicap, Dr Roy Craig & Dr Fred Ahrens


Date: October 24-26, 1967: ‘Flying Cross’ UFO hovers near Moigne Downs 


Date:   October 24 1967
Location: Hatherleigh, Devon, England
Time: 4:00 a.m.
Summary: Two policemen saw a bright cross-shaped light that moved at treetop level with witnesses it in pursuit. The object appeared to land behind some trees, but took off before witnesses could reach the site, though they estimated approaching to within 40 yards of the object. The object was later observed to rendezvous in the sky with a similar object. The same or a similar object was seen by other policemen this day and the following day. 
Source: Unidentified newspaper clippings and letter from local investigator, NICAP files.


Date:   October 25 1967
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4:05 p.m. Witness N. Savrasov, an advanced geography student, and his mother-in-law were able to observe two spherical objects flying from the northwest to the southeast. The largest object was yellowish, cloudy. The smaller one, which seemed to be pulling it, appeared metallic. (Ref. 3)
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4:30 a.m. LT. A truck driver saw a domed disc that hovered ahead of his lorry, and felt pressure on his eardrums (physiological effects). (Flying Saucer Review, Nov.-Dec 1967, p. 6.) 
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7:00 a.m. LT. Two men saw two cross-shaped objects hovering in the sky for 20 minutes. (From Hennessey, NICAP report form.)
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7:10 a.m. LT. Two couples saw a soft glowing orange ball (sphere) that changed to long star shape (cross shape) which disappeared leaving a black ball with pinpoints of light on each side. The object hovered for 2 minutes, then crossed the sky and disappeared. (Hennessey report received 12/11/67.)
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Dusk, EDT. Two women saw a silver bell-shaped object with red revolving lights at the top (body lights) and an apparent row of windows around the upper portion. When the object moved, the lights turned blue (color change/motion correlation). Before it departed the object appeared and disappeared several times while apparently following the car. (Unidentified newspaper clipping, NICAP files.) 
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9:30 p.m. EDT. Four witnesses saw a dark object with two horizontal rows of red lights, a green light, and a white light (body lights). The object circled, hovered, reversed direction (maneuvered) and emitted a humming sound. Dogs in the area barked and whined (animal reactions) during the sighting. (Fowler, 1974, p. 350.)
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11:25 p.m. LT. A former BOAC airline pilot and photo interpreter saw a transluscent object with a center chamber and four “fuselages” that changed position relative to the center. The object had a long thin projection in front and three together at the rear. It descended at high speed until it was 200-300 feet above the ground about one-quarter of a mile away. As the object hovered for 22 minutes, the fuselages (each estimated as 75 feet long and grooved along the bottoms) moved into a cross shape. The object rotated 90 degrees and remained motionless. The translucence of the object made it take on the color of the sky, and it changed hue as clouds passed over. The object then returned to its original configuration and sped off. Two dogs with the witness were extremely distraught (animal reactions). (Hennesey report, NICAP files; Good, 1987, pp. 61-63; Keyhoe and Lore, 1969b, pp. 35-37; Flying Saucer Review, Jan.-Feb. 1968, p. 3; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 3, Nov.-Dec. 1967, p. 3 and Jan.-Feb. 1968, pp. 4-5.)
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Cylinder with four arms over nuclear plant, A-R.
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3:00 a.m. EDT. The pilot of a Piper-Twin Comanche, plus two pilots and a passenger on board, saw a ” bright light, then visible as six huge, round, bright-white lights in a horizontal row on a darker object (body lights). It approached on a collision course, and was seen to be a gray equilateral triangle with a triangular opening at its center. The object made an un-banked 180 degree turn, then took off and disappeared in a flash. (Haines, 2000, pp. 58-59.)
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Time: Oct. 27, 1967; Parshall, ND
3:00 a.m. CDT (4:00 a.m. EDT). A waitress driving home saw a large, round, revolving object with alternating triangular areas of coloration. The object was low and moving horizontally an estimated two blocks away. As it paced her car, she saw 2-3 white streaks of light (light beams) coming down vertically from the object. Her car gave the impression of having flat tires or of having rocks hitting the bottom of the chassis. A second witness, a police officer, saw a low-altitude, bright round light like a welding-torch which illuminated the ground. The object moved slowly with vertical oscillations, and changed color from blue to green-white. It departed vertically, disappearing in 5 seconds. [Parshall, North Dakota, is located near the (H) Hotel Flight Launch Facilities Minot AFB ICBM Complex
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3:30 a.m. CDT. A milk truck driver reported a round, spinning red object that followed his truck for about an hour. At one point it hovered silently over his truck. Finally, as it was hovering over a field, it turned blue and raced away (color change/motion correlation). (Hall, 2001, p. 188;   MUFON UFO Journal, Oct. 1987, p. 19; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 5, March 1968, p. 3; McDonald letter, 12/19/68, Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files; Keyhoe and Lore, 1969a, p. 6.) [Max, ND is located in the (D) Delta Flight Launch Facilities Minot AFB Minuteman ICBM Complex]
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2:20 p.m. LT (10:20 a.m. EDT) A man saw a black, mushroom-shaped object being chased by two aircraft. The sound of the aircraft attracted the witness’s attention. The black object turned without banking and climbed steeply into a dark cloud (Unidentified newspaper clipping and NICAP report form.)
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7:15 p.m. LT (3:15 p.m. EDT). A witness saw an object dropping vertically from the sky. The object stopped about 100 feet above the ground and hovered. Its shape was like “squared off” spinning top with a dark band around the center. The top section pulsated from bright to dull orange every few seconds, while the bottom section remained a constant red. The glow from the object lit up the sky around it. A soft humming sound could be heard, and a gray “vapor trail” was visible behind it. The witness felt a cold sensation all over his body. After about 10 seconds, the object 5 accelerated and sped out of sight to the north in about 30 seconds. (Stanway and f, Pace, 1968, p. 18.)
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Sphere rose, paced car, which began steering hard. Object hovered near missile base, shot straight up out of sight in seconds (section V).
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Cat. 3. Triangular object with bright white lights ahead. Slowly rose and moved away; car could then be restarted. (Flying Saucer Review, Vol. 14, No. 3; See Rodeghier, 1981, p. 37 [E,L]) car.
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Location. Santa Adelita Sao Paulo Brazil
Date: October 29 1967
Time: 2300
Mr. P, 51, was driving home after a clandestine love escapade. The moon was shining, in its 4th quarter. When he came to the top of a ridge, he saw, 200 ft away, hovering 4 ft above the ground, an aluminum colored plate shaped object with a convexity on its bottom side, about 30 ft in diameter. He arrived within 30-50 ft of it and stopped (or the car motor spontaneously stopped); he then saw that it was “full of lights,” red and of other colors, which alternately lighted and went out. Standing near the saucer was a robustly built man about 5-1/2 ft tall, dressed in a light colored garment (the witness could not specify the color, being color blind.) This person walked in front of the witness and from a flashlight like object turned on a very bright white beam of light. The witness though someone was waylaying him connected with his amorous adventure. He half opened the car door, rested his .22 revolver on it, and fired 6 shots at the person. (He was a good shot with this revolver.) Then he no longer saw him. The saucer began to oscillate, and he heard a sound like a cowbell. Then the UFO flew away on an oblique course.
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Date: October 30 1967
Location: Melfort Saskatchewan Canada
Time: 2100
Summary: Approaching his home, Donald Marshall saw a light beyond it; upon getting a closer look he found a rectangular lighted panel about 4 feet high and 16 feet long, 12 feet off the ground, which looked like a large window in an object whose shape was not clearly seen, but perhaps 50 feet long. When he was 200 feet away in a bright spotlight came on, and he saw three small humanoid figures, the size of ten-year old children, coming from the machine. They moved very fast, were clothed in green uniforms, and wore some type of headgear. They disappeared into the darkness and the craft took off slowly, at about 5 mph. It moved at first (breaking some trees) into a gully, where it remained another 3 or 4 minutes. The total time during which Marshall observed the object was 18-19 minutes.
Source: R Meizeka, Saskatchewan UFO Bulletin


Date: October 30, 1967
Location: Boyup Brook, WA
Time: 2130 hrs
Summary: A man travelling at ninety five to one hundred km/h along a quiet stretch of road became aware of a lighted object approaching him from the air. Almost immediately the car stopped dead and all the electrical system, lights, motor and radio went dead. There was no feeling of deceleration at all, but the car came to an instant stop. When the car stopped he noticed that he was immersed in a beam of light which seemed to come from a tube, which in turn issued from the object.After about five minutes the tube of light closed off, just like a torch being switched off. The object itself was some ten metres in diameter and about thirty metres up in the air. The tube came out of it at a forty five degree angle and focussed right on the driver. The colour was reported as iridescent blue. After the tube of light went out the object left at high speed in a westerly direction. It vanished from view in seconds. The reporter then stated that the vehicle was then doing the same speed as before it all began, i.e. ninety five to one hundred km/h. However, there had been no feeling of acceleration from stop to that speed. There was no noise from the object at any stage
Source: 1. Retrospective investigation by Keith Basterfield . 2. AFSR(V). No 8. p18.


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4:00 a.m. EST. A policeman saw a bright orange half-moon (hemisphere) shaped object that was three times the size of the moon. The object hovered, but moved off when the witness approached, disappearing behind trees. It reappeared briefly and then moved out of sight. (Holland Sentinel, 10/30/67, copy in NICAP files.)
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Date: Oct. 30, 1967
Location: Kulikup, Australia
Time: 9: 30 a.m. LT. 
Summary: A shearing contractor saw a 30-foot diameter, luminous, pulsating blue football-shaped object that hovered over his car, illuminating it with a 2-foot diameter light beam. The car was incapacitated during the sighting (EM effects), and the witness remembers only before and after the sighting (suggested abduction). After about 5 minutes, the object sped off.
Source: Unidentified newspaper clipping, copy in NICAP files; Flying Saucer Review, July-Aug. 1968, pp. 15-16; Journal of UFO Studies, 1990, New Series, Vol. 2, pp. 27-28; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 7, July-August 1968, p. 6


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7:10 p.m. EST. A woman and her son saw two luminous globe-shaped objects with red, green, and white body lights, at first moving slowly, then maneuvering rapidly as if in a “dogfight.” At one point they joined together and appeared as a single object, and the body lights went out. After 3-4 minutes the objects “zipped away” and disappeared. (NICAP report forms and letter.)
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9:20 p.m. LT. A man was driving when he saw a tube of light close to his windshield. He then saw a football-shaped object about 30 feet in diameter that was pulsating and was an irridescent blue. The car engine failed (EM effects). No sound could be heard. After 5 minutes, the object moved off and then rapidly disappeared. The car lights and engine then resumed functioning. (Unidentified newspaper clipping and police report, NICAP files.)
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Date: October 31, 1967
Location: Caracas, Venezuela
Time: 7:15 a.m.
Summary: Object Photographed At Caracas Mr. George Steinheil, a German-born professional photographer and resident of Caracas, Venezuela, was taking color photos to be included in an advertisement layout for a car agency, at 7:15 a.m. on October 31st. Although at the time of the photography, Steinheil and his attendants saw nothing unusual in the sky, when the film was developed an unusual and totally unexplained object was very obvious in the photo. (See above). He had taken four different exposures and after careful examination deduced that the object was not an internal reflection in the camera nor was it a {law in the negative, for the image of the object is completely bisected by the limb of a tree in the foreground, indicating that the image is that of an object which momentarily flew into and out of view. the original photo shows a flattened, bun-shaped object, yellowish-white in color, with a darker shading of what ap. pears to be exhaust, below it. The background is a vivid blue sky and the building on the hill opposite the camera is the llumboldt Hotel. Although Steinheil does not assert that the object is a “space ship” he does feel that a very unusual and speedy object flew past during the photography.
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8:50 p.m. LT. A man and his family saw two dull red metallic objects shaped like a spinning top or discus. They traveled parallel in the sky, joined together and separated twice before, disappearing into a cloud after about 15 seconds. (NICAP report form, received from Hennessey 11/30/67.)
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10:35 p.m. LT. A witness saw through a window a glowing orange-red, cigar-shaped object hovering low in the sky, a bluish-green area visible on its underside. It was a clear, starry night. The brilliant light from the object tended to conceal its outline and illuminated his room like the full moon. After about 7 minutes, the object accelerated and sped away, its front portion increasing in brightness until it appeared white (luminosity/motion correlation). (Stanway and Pace, 1968, p. 18.)
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Location. Western State (exact location not given)
Date: late October 1967
Time: evening
During the week of Oct 22-29, two men and two boys, on a hunting trip, observed a glowing disc near a mountainside and “dancing lights” around it; through binoculars these lights were seen to be small, humanoid figures with lights attached to their heads, illuminating them. There were no means of propulsion observed for these flying figures.
The incident was reported officially, although no mention was made of the figures; it was explained as an “oil field burn off.”

Source: Apro Bulletin Sept/Oct 1967


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Location. Duncan Falls Ohio
Date: late October 1966
Time: 0400A
Leonard Elmore, 72, suffered from insomnia and on this morning was out walking when he saw an L-shaped building, like a “galvanized iron shed,” in a field where he knew there had been no building before. He went closer to take a better look and felt something that frightened him. He turned to hurry away and distinctly heard a normal male voice come from it, saying “Don’t run…don’t run.” He went home to get his rifle and, upon returning to the site, discovered that the “building” had disappeared.

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