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‘1945 Sightings’

1945: January UFO & Alien Sightings

Date: 1945 Location: Wonsan,  North Korea, Time: Summary: Three Japanese Zeroes engage two daylight discs in a dogfight.  One Zero is shot down, and the UFOs flee into space. Source: Date: 1945 Location: Bulgaria Time: Summary:  Wreckage again transported to Zhitkur Source: Date: 1945 Location: Aleutian Islands, Alaska Time: Summary: Fourteen men on the USAT Delarof saw a dark spherical object rise out of the water, circle their ship and fly off to the south. Source: Date: 1945 Location: near Guam, Okinawa Time: Summary: Ground radar. No details. Source: Date: 1945 Location: Habbebishopsheim, Germany Time: Summary: An American soldier saw a disk-shaped object come down rapidly, oscillate, and land. The site could not be found in the dark. The event… Read More

1945: February UFO & Alien Sightings

Date: Feb. 2, 1945 Location: Colmar, France Time: Summary: Unusual green light & moving rapidly. Source: Date: Feb. 7, 1945 Location: Alethea, Pacific Time: Afternoon. Summary: Lt. Commander Norman P. Stark in a F6F on Combat Air Patrol with the USS Wasp. Alert for bogie at 30,000′, 10 miles west on radar. Interception attempted but by that time bogie had passed over the fleet heading back to W, outrunning pursuit Source: Web site: A WWII F6F Navy Fighter Pilot’s Experiences In The Pacific. By LCDR Norman P. Stark USNR(R), Jan. 1, 2000. Witness: Japanese jet recon aircraft. Date: Feb. 8, 1945 Location: Near Strasbourg, France Time: Summary: Yellow light. Source: Date: Feb. 9/10, 1945; Location: Riegel, Germany Time: Summary: Very bright light moving slowly.… Read More

1945: March UFO & Alien Sightings

Date: Mar. 1945 Location: Belfast, Maine Time: Summary: A man out hunting observed an elongated object flying very slowly, tilted toward the earth. It crashed into some trees at the end of a clearing. The enormous craft seemed undamaged as it rested briefly on the ground, then lifted again with a humming sound, started to spin, released a shower of fine silvery threads, and rose straight up, disappearing in seconds. Source: Magonia #53, FS May., 59 Date: Mar.1945 Location: New Mexico Time: Summary: Object aluminum colored, 12 to 14 feet off ground, motionless, swept away like dragonfly. Source: Date: Mar. 1945 Location: Aleutian Islands Time: Summary: Aboard the US attack transport “Delarof,” 14 sailors saw a dark sphere rise… Read More

1945: April UFO & Alien Sightings

Date: Apr. 3, 1945 Location: Kawasaki, Japan Time: Summary: The records of the 20th Air Force reveal that as early as this date, flying from the Marianas on a night incendiary mission, some crews reported “Balls of fire followed our aircraft.” Less than two weeks later after an early morning attack on Tokyo there is a note in the intelligence resume, “Several balls of fire observed.” This fireball article was related by Richard M. Keenan, member of the 444th Bomb Group, 58th Wing, at West Field on Tinian. Source: Sky Giants Over Japan: A Diary of a B-29 Combat Crew In WWII, by Chester Marshall, pages 184-185–Article – A Flashback Great Balls of Fire. Date: Apr. 3/4, 1945 Location:… Read More

1945: May UFO & Alien Sightings

Date: May 2, 1945 Location: Fala Island, Truk Atoll Time: Summary: Two airborne objects & red circles of light and changing from a cherry-red to orange to a white light and then cherry-red again; followed for over an hour; no radar return. Source: Page  163 Ref.1 Date: May 4, 1945: Fraser Jutland Denmark Sighting Date: May 14, 1945 Location: Nagoya, Japan Time: Summary: Red or flame-colored light, constant position, same size as B-29 landing light Source: Date: May 25-26, 1945 Location: Tokyo, Japan Time: Summary: Fireball follows a B-29 of the 39th Bombardment Group for 50 miles. “A ‘fireball’ picked us up at the coast and followed us for 50 miles before falling off toward the sea.” Crew 44,… Read More

1945: June UFO & Alien Sightings

Date: Summer, 1945 Location: Aleutian Islands Time: Summary: Aboard the US attack transport “Delarof,” 14 sailors saw a dark sphere rise out of the ocean, follow a curved trajectory, and fly away after circling their ship. (Magonia #54, Evidence 30) An official report on the incident was sent to Washington. Source: NICAP UFO Evidence, 1964, Hall, IV Date: Summer, 1945 Location: Okinawa, Pacific Time: 11:00 am. Summary: Naval officer witnessed strange event on radar.  E. L. Wells, then Lt. J.G. aboard the escort aircraft carrier Salamaua (CVE-96), was interceptor officer. While south of Okinawa he and his group were disturbed by the appearance of a “blip” on the screen that appeared to be traveling toward them at a terrific rate of… Read More

1945: July UFO & Alien Sightings

Date: July 2, 1945 Location: Japan Time: Summary: Several balls of fire much larger than supercharger glow, but of somewhat the same color. Source: Date: July 4, 1945; Location: near Yokohama, Japan Time: Summary: A/C Charles G. Chauncey was flying the B-29 on a bombing mission on a planned target of Kawasaki. Due to some evasive action the radar operator became confused and the bombs were dropped on Yokohama. Pilot Chauncey describes what happen next. “After coming away from our bomb drop, we saw the UFO’s. I especially recall seeing two groups of them in single file. One group of six were lower than we were and coming towards us from the front, their heading taking them off to or left. The… Read More

1945: August UFO & Alien Sightings

Date: Aug. 1945 Location: Ulithi Time: Twilight Summary: Andrew Cimbals reported a red streak like a hot bar of steel, not a flame in the sky in the east, traveled overhead toward Japan. Duration about 40 seconds. Source: Wilkins, Harold, Flying Saucers Uncensored, Farish & Clark Date: Aug. 1945 Location: Okinawa, Japan Time: Summary: Cigar-shaped, metallic, and without markings or visible openings, and 35 to 50 feet in length. Source: Page 189-190 Ref.1 Date: Aug. 1945 Location:  600 miles ENE of Kyusha, Japan Time: Possibly after Hiroshima bomb abt. 2:00 a.m Summary: Dan MacDougald, Jr., Officer of the Deck; the Quartermaster (unnamed by MacDougald), and a sailer named Troina (rating not recalled0 who MacDougald remembered as very competenton in… Read More

1945: September UFO & Alien Sightings

Date: September  1945 Location: Buckner Bay, Okinawa, Japan Time: Summary: A stationary bluish-white light, about the size of a dime at arms length, move and then return to original position Source: Date: September 1945 Location:   Time:   Summary:   Source:   Related articles ‘Ariel School’ Alien Sighting: 20 years later Canadian Tycoon’s Opulent Bahamas Estate Poses Grave Environmental Risks Is Your Smartphone Aging Your Face Prematurely? 5 Maladies of the Digital Era Ufo Roundup: Volume 1 Number 10: April 21, 1996 1997: Oscillating, orange object mesmerizes two brothers 2001: Massive Wing-Like Object at Mary Lake 1972: Metallic, egg-shaped object witnessed by Australian UFO researcher, Bill Chalker

1945: October UFO & Alien Sightings

Date: October  1945 Location:   Time:   Summary:   Source:   Related articles Extremely Rare Werewolf Cat Captured in South Africa Your Definitive Answer to Cannabis Use During Pregnancy An Unseen Force is Creating a New World The Center of Consciousness is One’s Heart The Matrix – Final Explicit Disclosure Exploring American Monsters: Oklahoma How Words Can Be Used as Magic Spells

1945: November UFO & Alien Sightings

Date: November 1945 Location:   Time:   Summary:   Source:   Related articles Extremely Rare Werewolf Cat Captured in South Africa Your Definitive Answer to Cannabis Use During Pregnancy An Unseen Force is Creating a New World The Matrix – Final Explicit Disclosure How Words Can Be Used as Magic Spells Exploring American Monsters: Oklahoma The Center of Consciousness is One’s Heart

1945: December UFO & Alien Sightings

Date: December, 1945 Location: Glastenbury Mountain, Bennington, Vermont Time: Summary: Middie Rivers, a lifelong area resident and experienced hunting and fishing guide, led a group of hunters into the wilds of Glastenbury Mountain. The weather was so mild, it was hard to believe that Thanksgiving was only two weeks away. Rivers was 74, but his excellent health had been confirmed by a recent physical. Returning to camp for lunch, Rivers split off from the group at an area known as Bickford Hollow. He was never seen again. In spite of massive search efforts , only one clue emerged; a lone, unexpended bullet – believed to be from River’s bullet belt – lay on the banks of a nearby creek.… Read More