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M E M B E R OF T HE V.F .S.R.S. SINCE I9 58 AND A

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B A N K P R I OR T O JOI N I NG T HE WOM EN' S R OY A -
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D E M O B I L IZ AT ION IN I9 4 6 SHE JOINED A U S TR A LIA N
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I he blinds of s uper s t j t i o n : let the light
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, Reoc h dor n t o help y o u t o t h e i r Peoce-crowned heigh ts,
And all t he f or c es of the f irnqnent
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APPEARANCESOF UFOS IN T H E AT M O SPH ER E
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D u r i o g Octo b cr o a d ilo r cr Dcr o I 1957, o nct toe. of U ni dcatj l i cd F)yi nq Obj ects
. p c a r e d in o u r slics ca d b cco r e r o tP cctocul or tD ot t}cy aoda }codl j nes oround the
o sto u n d io g Ica tu r c of tl csc i nci dcnts tos t.hot i n cose ofter cose'
rId. T h c r o st
e i r a pp co r o n cc to s o sso cio tcd titD GIGctro-rognctj c phcnol cno'
p cr io d ta l nor of ot l eost 35 coses ri ere i nterference ti th
TithiD o tlr cc:ccl
.levisjon o ccu r r e d ; totor cors stol l cd, }eodl i ghts di ooed and poter
o n d r o d io s.ts
J lights fa ile d ia se ve r o l co u a tr ies.
I t y p ico l e r o r p le o f th is ia te r fe r ence tj tl r ty sets occurred neor P onthoggi , vi ctori d
ri tnesses observed o nystery obj ect
r t h e l g tb se p te r b e r 1 9 6 3 , r b e o ot Ieost 60
hovered j n ti d-oi r, chonged posi ti on in
rneuvering o ve r so u tt Du d Ie y. T D e obj ect
tb e n d isoppeored j n c rester.l y dj rectj on, novi ng out to seo
_ l e n c e . o t fd n td stic sp e e d ,
tie o b ject ros oyerhecd. l o-l functi ons i n Tl t sets vori ed
During th e 2 5 .in u te s
r b ite screeD s' grey screens' tto P i ctures i n one' tfi en
rnsiderobl y, T h e r e :e r e
d .lto g e tle r . A fter the U FO fl et otoy the IV sets oP erdted
ino)ly p iciu r e r o s Io st
rrnally o g o in .
p e o p le th is r o s o a isol crted pi enooenon to be Iorgo tten' but to U FO
I o ' o o Jt qn
tIis:os onother sool i pi ece to be pl oced i nto
: s e o r c h er s a r o u n d tb e r o r ld
r c r e o s i n g ly in a r ig u in g jig sa : p u zzl e'
- iicid e n ts out i n the U FO E vi dence, publ i sbed by
Itony o f tf,is n d tu r e cre poi nted
co r r itte e oD P fi enooeno. (N IC A P ).
r e l \ l a t i on o l In ve stig ctio n s '{eri cl
in T o L yo. Jd/P dn, ?I pi ctures :ere di storted os U Fo possed
A s ea r ) y a s xo y l,1 9 5 f.
ve rhedd .
TV i nterfereD ce --- vi el ers col l ed out by
I V o ve r b e r 1, 1 9 5 7 . Io r o n to . Conada'
:ighbours to se e o UF O-
Illi noi s' U Fo possed over d D otor cor' TV sets i n the
I V o ve o b e r 5 ' 1 9 5 7 ' Rin g to o d '
so u n d ('nd pi cture duri ng tD e sone peri od of ti ne'
, r e t o r n d io p e d fin a T ly l- o st
Indi ona' Loud beepi nS o:::!i " os pol i ce chosed U FO'
J V o ve n b e r 1 0 , 1 9 5 7 . Ho r r r ,o n d .
r e Po rte rodi o foi l ure unti l U FO fl et otay'
V b l o c t ou t in cit) ' . lJo to r ist
n o t Pe r lit ,e Dtio D of oI] eroopl es ds there are nore j D portqnt coses such
T i n e r j]I )o*
so leti D es erperi enced rhen U fOs poss near' fl yi nq
s ootor co r ig n itr o n fo ilu r e s
fn th e se co se s th e U FO i s usucl l y very cl ose to the cor'
v e r h i gh r a ys.
o n e su ch e xa o p le o ccu r r e d o n 4 th lVo ve n ber,l g5T,l henseyercl dotorcorssto-l -l ed
hi ghtay' The Il 'S ' Air Force expl ondti on of thi s
s o U F O n o d e o lo : p o ss o ve r tie
o l i roge Ihe ccr fai l ures - i gni ti on systems
ncident ,o s th d t tb e o b ie ct:cs --- 'et
if tle cors hod been fordi ng a ri ver'
n e x c e -l.le n t e xp lo n ctio n o
sss D r. l l enzer of H arvard uni versi ty.'The obj ect
K i ng o f th e o r th o d o r sco ffe r s
i r o q e - - c a r fg i) .u r e s.- f- lo o d e d cg r b u r e tto r s' erecousedbynervousfeet.Tbecho.i n
to p r o d uce thi s nutuber of cor stol l i ngs dt one ti ne rs nore
f c o - i n cid e n ce s n e ce sso r y
b e sid es, the cors restqrted i nnedi ote,l y ofter the obj ect
dntostic th cn th e fa cts o n d
p e d a w oyo t2 ,0 0 0 n ile sp e r h o u r ' Bu ttcle yo u r pi ck'thereti gni ti oi r'thenervous
tJ:i s i s onl y one of dozens of other kno*n
e e t , or th e e - le ctr o - to g r lti" e r p -l cnoti on'
n c i d e n t s. qnd street
Maryl ond, C or rodi os stopped p)ayi ng
O n 2 Sth Ju n e . 1 9 S7 , o t Ba ltia o r e,
j g h t s w e n to u to sa fo r a a tio n o fse ye n ' h ite d isc sri thredri rrspossedover.
A u gu stl4 ,lg ST ,n e o r Jo in vi]]e ,Br a ziI,o irJ'i nercobi nJi ghtsw entoutondengi nes
p u t t e r e d d u r in g UF O sig h tin g '
B rozi I,'E l ectri col systen fci l ed os IJFO opprooched
I V o y e o b e r 3 , 1 g 5 7 , o , I,o p u fo r t,
nd hovered.
N o ve n b e r 3 ,Ig sT ,T a n o r o a ,fllin o is;Po se rfdi TedfotT0ni nutesi nofourni 'l eoreo
u s t o f te r h o ve r in g UF O flo sb e d '
B rozi l ; A l l ci ty l i 9hts fai l ed qs three U Fos possed
I V o ve n b e r 2 s. lg s7 , ltlo g i llo r in ;
verheod.
C onventi oncl troctor ri th i gni ti on ond dei sel
N o ve n b e r 1 4 , Ig 5 4 , F o r ti, Ita ly ;
co n venti onol tr(tctor sto-l Ied' tfi e dei sel di d not'
rsclor d r ivin q sid e ty sid e ,
C o s e sh o ve b e e n r e Po r te d :h e r e h o u se lightsP ul sotedi nsynchronj snw -i thpul sct.i ng
I F o . ? h e r e q r e o ..lso r ' o ' o .o ' .' o fe le ctr icslo ck.ni norburnsandi rri tqti ons,csre-l .l
r s h e o d o ch e co u se d b yth e h ig h lych cr g e d su r roundi ngoreosofU Fosw henverycl ose.
T H E EL E C T R O-MA GN E TEIC
FFECTOF THE UFA
The efectr o- nsgnetic effect c- leor s s w ay the ny s ter y of s nql l c r s ter s os s oc i oted r j th
Jo n d i n g s of thecr oft, such os ot Soc or r o s nd other J ondi ngs in
Eng) ond s nd Aner i c q,
due to the oppr ooch ol two bodies of di ffer ent potentj ql ond poJ or i i y , br i ngi ng obout
th e re su .lt- ing eJectr icol dischor ge. l j k ew j s e tj :e effec t ex pJ oi ns the s i l enc e, s peeds
wi th o u t fr iction ond other chqr ccter is ti c s of the U F O.
Ih e re or e coses of eJectr o- nognetjc effec t w hi c h s tar t.l e r odqr nen os they m qn the
fo r fl u n q r odar systeus os r os the c qs e in eor l y 1959, w hen thr ee obj ec ts pos s ed l or
o ve r Mi d dle Tennessee, just obove tr eetop l ev el . As thes e ny s ter y noc hj nes fl ew oetw een
two rq d o r stotjons locoted qbout th i r ty ni J es opar t, t.he r s dar s c r eens w er e b- l oc k ed out
si n u l to n eousJy.
ff these objects ter e stor s, th ey pos s ed bel ow on ai r l i ner c i r c l i ng the fj el d to
lond, If they wer e meteor s, one hov er ed jn m i d- oi r for hal f o m i nute. N or w er e they
fu n g u s glowing fr on the bellies of duc k s . ff duc l <s they w er e s uper s onj c
- duc k s . they
ce rto i n Jy wer e not heljcopter s, bec ous e they w er e to s i .l ent to be c - l os s j fj ed os
w h i rJyb i rd s. fnte- lJigence offjcer s r es Li z e thqt i nter fer enc e w i th r odar w qs c ous ed
not
by C o n o d i .an geese becouse on Decem be r 24, .1959 w hen i t is c us tonqr y to be on ho) i doy s ,
th e fn sp e ctor Gener ql- of the U.S. Ai r F or c e found it nec es s s r y ond ur gent to i s s ue o
d i re ct-i ve to his comnonds. ' Unjdent i fi ed F J y i ng Obj ec ts tr eqted ) i ght) y by the pr es s
ond re fe rred to os ' [) yinq squcer s' or e s er j ous bus i nes s qnd nus t be r opi dJ v qc c ounted
f o r' .
o few doys M ar iner befor e
4's T V c om er qs w er e s w i tc hed on to r el oy pi c tur es
-fu st
b q ck to eor t h, j n the
exp) or er s Antor c t- i c w er e s tor t- l ed w hen o huqe ny s ter y obj ec t
h o ve re d ond nsneuver ed neqr the bqs es of the Ar genti ne, C hj l eon ond gr j tj s h ex ped_i t_i ons
S ci e n tj sts who hod scoffed dt IJfol ogi s ts then found thei r geo- nagnetj c i .ns tr um ents
qoinq w i Jd when a flying ssucer per for ned j ts or j el feots neor by .
A fe w doys - loter , ten electr ic c - l oc k s s topped os thi s or o s i m i - l qr st r anqe noc htne
n o ve d o ver on oir por t jn the Azor es . N ow or thodox s c j enti s ts hod r ec ei y ed ev l denc e
.wh j ch wo s inpossibJe to jgnor e.
T h o u sonds of peop) .e ol.l over the w or l d hov e des c r j bed pec uJ j or sct i ons of the f) y ) ng
o b j e cts dur inq the post sever o- l yeor s , l Vj tnes s es hqv eobs er v edtheunk now n c r oIt s peedj ng
d i re ctJy ot eoc/r other , stoPPing obr upt) y s i or t ofo c r os h, ot ti nes onl y o few feet apor t
Oth e r o b ser ver s hove noted singJe obj ec ts di v i ng s tr oi ght tow or d the eor th. c ontnq to q
su d d e n stop only o few feet fr on impoc t. Stj l l other obs er y qtr ons hqy e been noted of
ti e o b j e cts whir ling or ound eqch other .
T h e se str onge oPer otions, togeth er w i t} the el ec tr o- nognet.i c e ffec t of the LIF Os ,
h o ve re ve qled thot o pr opuJsion sys ten is i nv ol - v ed w hj c h js for s uper i or to t hot of
ony e o rth node cr oft otd thot sone unk now n pr opuJ s i on e.l enent aboor d thes e s poc e c r oft
re g u i re s on occqsionol r echor ge.
S j n ce nost of our key .inventions or e ej ther di r ec t J y or i ndi r ec tl y o dupJ r c otr on
oI n q tu re ' we noy leor n the pr inc.ipo- l of oper ati on w hen w e k now the r e]otr ons hr p
b e twe e n o p) one ts nqgnetic f.ie ld ond i ts gr ov i tot j ono- l f i ei d, jd
ti ns te.i ns Un ilie
Field T h eor y indicotes thot electr .ici ty . gr ov i totj on ond noqneti s n or e ol l noni fes r or l ons
of th e som e f or ce The unknown r oc es ,bqv e s ol v ed t he pr ob) en of gr ov i ty ond onti -
q ro vi ty' pr obabJy by or tifjciol 1y cr eati ng o gr ov i toti ono.l fi eJ d by neqns oI e]ec tr o-
nqgnet i sn ,
On e bosjc pr incipJe of e- lectr jcity r egui r es thot ei ther o c onduc tor c ut oc .os - s o
g i ve n n u nber of nognetic - lines of f or c e w j thi n o gi v en ti ne to pr oduc e on el ec tr r c ql
ch a rq e . This essent io) pr inciple l i es behi nd tl he gener ot i on and tr ons nj s s i on or r
e .l e ctri ca ) emer gy.
T h e se novements necessor y for the oper ot- i on of v i tol el ec tr i c ol oppor atus c J eor - s
th e myste r y of nony novenents of the obj ec ts os they utj l i z e l thetnagnetr c .,,r ne- s o1
Io rce f ron their own cr of t, or if one or nor e other ar e qv o.i ]ab) e,
U fOs not o .l one,
U F O d i ve s ot the eor th whjch is q huge nagnet, c utti ng oc r os s the eor th,s noqnetr c
" l .i n e s of Ior ce.
On Moy 3, 1954, on
w hj c h incident
s en t offj c j ol s oc c ur r ed
o f the l J .S. Stote
D e P o rtn e n t to r ush out
C entr ol r ePor ts to
Aqenc y . the T he N otj onol Se c ur ) ty
- InteJ J i genc e
A q e n cy, ?he Notjonql Aer onautics ond Spoc e Adm i nj s tr ot i on, T he Ar ny ond T he N ov y .
T h e in c- ident wos - invest jgoted by the Sc j ent if jc Attoc he of the Aner j c an fnr bo.s s y
o t C o n b e rrq, Dr . Poul SipJe ond two N ,4SA Eng- i neer s . T he Em bos s y r epar ted the r nc j dc nt
to l i l o sh i n g ton in a Aer ogr on A 894,d c opy of w hi c h _i s j n N IC Ip fj _l es .
The s e cre cy Ji d cJo n ped down but her e or e the fs c ts . J us t be for e dow n neor C onber r o
o )a r q e w hi te q )o w i n g object tr ovel- led ocr oss the sky in o N or th- eos t di r ec r l on. T he
obJ e c t wos w o b b .l i n g a nd < r ppeor ed to the obser ver s to
be out of c on tr ol . o
N eor by
snq.l-ler U F O h o ve re d . The lar ge IJFO then suddenJy s tr eok ed tow or d the s ec ond ot
IIF A
t erri f i c sp e e d ond a p p e ar ed to collide with the s noJ l br obj ec t T he i npoc t.s ee4c d (o
c ouse both to b o u n ce . Ther e wos no expJosion.
The J o rq e UFO th e n tur ned, no lonqer wobb) ing. nov ed or oy fr on the other tJ l 'O
s J o rl y then q cce l e ra te d awoy dt o ver y hiqh speed. No doubt ti es e qc t r ons $qr er s I r or ) qe
ond n y s t e r i o us to th e o bser ver s ond their f ir st exper i enc e w r th o IJ fa.
lle who h o ve stu d i e d the UFO snd under stond the s ur r oundj .nq pr atec tl y c Ittl d,
re q li z e thot th e b o u n ce wos coused f r on the collis i on oI tAes e fte]ds ond not l r onr
t he croft th e n se l ve s. W e hqve o- lso studied the e l ec tr o- nl oqnetj c effec ts of I ht' Il F O
ond know thot on Ma y 3, 1964 the puzz) ed witnesses neor C qnber r o, Aus tr ol to, obs c .r .v c d
o re c h o r q t n g o p e ro ti o n between tr o spoce ships fr om qnother $er to.

E A R THO U AKES
AIIJDU.F,O.' S Rot t Ru s s e ll
?en y e o rs a fte r K e nneth Ar nold hod his sighting.i n l g47 ( w hen the w or ds 'f) y i nq
s ouc e r ' w e re co i n e d ). th- ings begcn to hoppen on our pJ c net: (l) in l g5z - 5g the
f nt e r n d t i on o ) Ge o p h ysi co J Yeor ( LG,Y, ) went jnto s c ti on ond ( 2) the noj or pow er s
lo u n c h e d th e i r sp o ce p rogr dns. Today, 1965, these pr oj ec ts or e s ti ll hor d ot j t, ond
so ore the U F O's.
Ihese th re e d cti vi ti e s - I.G.Y.,spqce r eseor ch and ufo's - s een to s hor e the s om e
int er e s t s : l 'l ) th e q e o p hysica) condition of the pla nets ond ( 2) thei r hobi tobi i i ty .
r ? e s e o r ch e rs q e n e ra l )y qgr ee thqt tie ufo 's do di s pl oy q s c i e,- " ti f ic i n ter es t in our
pJonet,' r o cke t p ro vi ng qr ounds, spqce r eseor ch c entr es ond aer odr ones or e Iani ]i or
hunti n q qrounds Io r u fo 's. Other s suggest thot the.y o]s o s how o k een i nter es t jn tbe
f oult l i n e or e o rth g u o ke zones on ecr th.
In l 9 6 l,.R o b e rt J. Gr ibble. an Aner icqn Fesecr c her , ) i s ted 2l i ns tqnc es Ior the
yeor 1960 wh e re u fo 's wer e sjghted over octive eor thguok e z ones in v or j ous por ts of the
wo rl d . f n se ve n i n std n ce s the ' quo&e pr eceeded the s i ghti ng ond in four teen c os es the
ufo turned u p j u st p ri o r to the ' guoke ( often on tle s ane doy , s nd nev er nor e thqn n- i ne
doys before o r o Ite r tJr e ' guoke. Unfor tunoteJy, no other c or r el oti ons or e k now n to ne
ot this tine.
N o w w h y sh o u l d th e ufo' s suddenJy tur nup to obs er v e our age- o) d,nundone eor thquok es ?
- this is to n td n o u n t to the entjr e staff of the C.S .Lfr .O. r us hj nq ov er to N ew Z eal ond
to see o g e yse r g u sh ,' ther e' s nothi.ng new in thqt ,
8ut Hopgood, in his book ' Eor th' s Shif ting Cr u s t' ( .1 958) s oy s todoy 's edr t.l r guo.k es
q re far fron nundane. They ar e incr ecsing in fr eguenc y and i htens i ty bec ous e, or ques
Ha p q o o d , our p )o n e t js now fee) ing the centr ifugal effec t cf the Antor c ti c i c e- c op
wh ich is co u si n g o n o th e r shift in the eor tbs cr ust - qnother t- i - l t os the ex pr es s l on
hos i t .
It -[s not g i ve n to nqny scientists to study o naj or s hi It in oc tj on; i t c ou.l d be
wh y the u f o's o re l o o th e to go bock hom e,
Another fo cto r w h i ch could cduse m or e eor thguo.k es ond ol s o i nter es t ufo's is thqt
d u r)n q 1 9 5 7 /5 8 th e su n changed its poJor ity. If sun s pots effec t our w eother and r odi o
c om n u n i c o t j o n s, whot e ffect wou- ld o conpJete r ever so.l of the s un's poJ es , nev er befor e
obs e r v e d h q ve on e o rth . I dont think we cdn entir ely di s nj s s the .i deo thot the s un's
rev e r s o l i sn 't u p se t ti ngt our weather , aj.r ond s eo c ur r ents ond r equl or pot ter n of
eor t h q u o k e s .
And n oj o r 'q u o ke s or e cer tainly on the incr eose ! (A naj or is one thot r egr s ter s o
nin in u n of f o rce 6 on the Fichter Sco- le) . Note the {ol l ow i ng w or l d f j gr ur es : .l 945 - .l 5
na)o r s were re co rd e d . 1950 - 30 najor s.lg55 - dppr ox . 30 noj or s ( ) 957/58) the s un
c han g e d p ol a ri ty). )9 5 9 - 132 nojor s shook the eor th. - 1963 - 61 noj or s . - 195'4 - 93 m ol or s
And for this ye a r, -1 9 6 5 , 62 nojor s hqve occur r ed - in the fi r s t six m onths ( ftqur es tok en
f ro n the U.S . Co q st ond Geodetic Sur vey) . These fj gur es or e ex tr ene ) y htgh w hen w e
thqt j n th e good old doys, befor e the cur r ent f)ap oI ufo's , our p) onet av pr oqea or t!y .
-le o r n
)0 nalor eor th g u o ke s eoch yeor ! ( One connot soy thot i m pr ov ed LG .Y. equ) pnpnt rs
res p o n s i b . l e fo r th e h i gh figur es now obtoined. A m oj or , bec ous e of i ts i ntens i ty ,
c ou) d o)woys be d e te cte d even on the oJder eguipnent ot our di s pos ol ,
re sc cept theor y or the s un's beftov i our os the c ous e Ior the
l l h e th e r Hopgood' s
j n c r e o se in n o j o r' quokes ( and or thodox s c i enti s ts dr e hor d put to.qc c ePt ej ther ,
r efus e to qc c ePt the s un's c honqe
since th e y u p se t o) der
so nony theor jes - son e fl ot) y
po l o ri ty (sti l l
other s have never hear d of i t ) ev en though it hos been r ec or ded in
of
tfie scj e n ti fi c j our nc- ls Notur e qnd Scjentific Am er i c on) , it is eos y to s ee w hy ofo's
would b e j n te re ste d because Hopgood or the s un's befi qv i our s pe.l I bi q. ov er al l c honges
once nor e: our c d]c ul qti ons or e c - l os e to the tr uth
for our p l c n e t. To guote llapqood II
it se e n s th ct th e bur sting str esses jn the cr us t noy now be c i os e to the c r i ti c o] Po'i nt'

TH E A i f A [ v S| 5 0 F U .F .0 . A C TIV
' TY
A Sc i e n t i f ic A P P ro a ch
b g t o cques V o lle e

JACOUES VAL L EE WAS B OR N A N D E D U C A TE D IN FR A N C E A N D N OW


RESIDES IN T HE UNIT ED ST A TE S . H E H OLD S D E GR E E S IN MA TH E MA TIC S
AND AST RONOM Y, HAS DONE RE S E A R C H WOR K ON A R TIFIC IA L S A TE LLITE S
M ICROWAVES AND RADAR T ECH N OLOGY , C OMP U TIN G S C IE N C E A N D IS A

CONSUL T ANT F OR T HE NAT ION A L A E R ON A U TIC S A N D S P A C E A D MIN IS TR A TION


HIS BOOK ON UF O' S ENT IT L ED A N A TOi V IY0F A P H E N OME N ONl S H IGH LY
RECOtvT vIENDED

is
T a b l e I i8 a list of r ecent UFO aightinge gather ed and anal y s ed dur i ng 1964. T hi e doc um ent
a co l l e cti o n o f d a ta wr itten under a r tandar d, conden r ed for m , Eac h s i ghti ng i s Pr es ented as one l i ne of
i n Jo rn ra ti o n . A co de is uEed to indicate the r epor ted behav i our and c har ac ter i s ti c s i n a w ay w hi c h al l ow e
r ap i d p ro ce ssi n g of the data and per mits to handle la r ge quanti ti ee of i nfor m ati on w i thout l os s of ti m e or
o r rri ssi o n o f i mp o rtant details, The pur pose of thia a r ti c l e i s to des c r i be thi ! m ethod of c l ags i fi c ati on'
It sh o u l d fir st be r ealized that Science cannot 8tudy " fl y i ng s auc er s " . Sc i enc e deal s onl y w i th
p h e n o n re n a w h i ch ar e r epr oducible, obger vable at w i tl by the s c i enti s tr them Eel v es and w hi c h c an be
o b j e cti ve l y a n a l yze d. ' ,Flying Saucer s" ar e escentiall y faat- m ov i ng and they ar e c er tai nl y not r epr oduc i bl e
at will. T h e y a p p e ar m uch m or e often to far mer g or tr uc k dr i v er a than to Phy s i c i atB or as tr onom er s .
pas s age
A n d th e y d o n o t l e nd themselveE to objective study bec aus e they l eav e al m oet no tr ac e of thei r
a nd p h o to g ra p h s a r e difficult to obtain.
T h e re i s however , a fact which is obser va bl e and anal y z abl e: thi s fac t i E the Phenom enon of the
g e n e ra ti o n o f UF O r epor ts by the public. The question of the ex ac t natur e of the c aus e of thes e r epor ts
i s o b vi o u sl y o p e n , but it is a fact that r epor ts ar e indeed gener ated. T heEe r ePor ts c an be pr i nted and
a n a l yze d . T h e y a re oncer vable at will by pr ofeaaiona l s c i enti Ets : they ar e pi ec ee of s c i enti fi c data. T hey
n ra y b e ca u se d b y hallucinatione, m iainter pr etationr , bal l oong or m i r ages - or by 'unk now n c r aft fr om a
s u p e ri o r ci vi l i za ti o n. But their exir tence cannot be deni bd. F or m or e than tw enty y ear s s uc h r ePor ts hav e
be e n p u b l i sh e d b y the thousand!. MoEt of them ( betw een 50 and 85% , ac c or di ng to our r ec ent es ti m ates )
c a n g e n e ra l l y b e explained in ter m s of conventional phenom ena, as s c i enti fi c w r i ter s hav e r epeatedl y
po i n te d o u t, T h e rem aining casel, however , ar e wor th a epec i al s tudy ; but they ar e ao num er ous and s o
wd l l d o cu me n te d that the volum e o{ cuch a r tudy ir di c c our agi ng to r es ear c her g w ho do not hav e ac c es s
to d a ta p ro ce ssi n g facilitie!.
,4 , B RIE F HISTORY OF UFO CODIFICATION SYST EM S.
No lar ge body of infor mation can be pr oc es s ed or handl ed w i thout r efer enc e i ndex es bas ed on
co d i n g p roceedur es. Tlte definition of an opti r .um c ode for a gi v en pr obl em i s a m atter of pr ofes s i onal
a tte n ti o n . Attem pts to analyze lar ge collections of r epor ts w i thout s uc h a s y s tem c an onl y r es ul t i n
co n fu si o n . The r ecent NICAP publication "UF O EVID EN C E" , the l ar ges t l i s t of U F O 6i ghti ngs w hi c h r s
a va i l a b l e to the gener al public at the m oment, i s unfor tunatel y an i l l us tr ati on of a s i tuati on w her e
co n fu si o n , instead of clar ification, iE gener ated by the s tudy .
This pr oblem of data pr oceesing i s w el l k now n to the U , S. Ai r F or c e, w hi c h has m ade us e of
co d i fi ca ti o n system s in sever al occaaiona. One ex am pl e i s the c odi ng w hi c h l ed to the r es ul ts of F ) r oj ec t
B l u e b o o k Special RePor t No. l4 Air For ce c ons ul tants hav e at ti m es i ntr oduc ed other s v s tem s of c odi f-
'i ca ti o n fo r their own pr ivate use, The fir st s y 6tem w hi c h w as appl i ed
to the U F O Phenom enon as s uc h
wa s th e cl assification/codification m ethod w e publ i s hed i n the 3r i ti s h F Iy i ng Sauc er R ev i ew ( v ol . 9,
No . 5 , S ep- Oct. 1953) . It was der ived fr om our ex per i enc e w i th Eur opean s i ghti ngs and has been us ed
su cce ssfu l l y in sever al digital computer app l i c ati ons Ei nc e 1951. R es ear c her s i n the U ,S. ar e now w or k i ng
a l o n g th e sam e line. Sear ch techniques spec i al l y adapted to the c om putati on of r el i abi l i ty i ndex es hav e
b e e n d e ve loped. Other syster s for the pr e- s el ec ti on of ai gni l i c ant c aaes ( W .Pow er s ) hav e been s ugges ted
b u t a re n ot yet tested. This activity aeema t o open a new s tage i n the hi s tor y of U F O r es ear c h, w i th
sp e ci a l i sts analyzing the r epor ts in the light of s c i enti fi c tec hni ques .
The code used her e is a m odified v er s i on of our ol d s y s tem . Si ghti ngs tr eated thr ough thi s
p ro ce d u re ar e classified and coded, then p unc hed on IBM c ar ds for pr oc es s i ng. T he l i s t gi v en i n tabl e
o n e i s a collection of sightings which have not y et been i nc l uded i n our gener al c atal ogues , pendi ng
co mp l e ti o n of the analysis. It will be subject to m odi fi c ati ons a6 new i nfor m ati on i s aqui r ed.

E X P L A N A T ION OF THE CLASSIFICATION.


For the m oment we shall limit our s el v es to the c l as s i fi c ati on i n ty pes and c ategor i es . We
p l a n to d e scr ibe later the coding of secondar y c hal ac ter i 6ti c e s uc h ag c ol our , s hape, num ber of w i tnes s es
e tc. w e cl assify UFO r epor ts accor ding m ainl y to the deec r i bed behav i our , bec aus e thi 6 i s a c har ac ter -
i sti c wh i ch is likely not to be ver y nuch effe c ted by the w i tnes s es i nex per i enc e as an obger v er or by the
d i sto rti o n intr oduced by local newspaper a when they !epor t the i nc i dent, Other c har ac ter i s ti c s , euc h as
d i me n si o n , or shape or dir ection of tr avel, m ay be for gotten or gi v en w i th i m por tant er r or a. But m aneuv er s
o r l a n d i n g s will be r emember ed with mor e a c c ur ac y .
Table Il i5 a list of the types ( l to Vl ) w e w i l l r ec ogi r i z e. Al s o gi v en ar e the c ategor i es or
cl a sse s (Ato E) which have to be defined inside eac h ty pe i n or der to des c r i be the phenom ena c om pl etel y
In table I the r eader will notice a colum n m ar k ed " w ei ght" , T hi e i s not onl y a r el i abi l i ty i ndex
a ttri b u te d to the obser ver s, but an indication of the v al ue of the r epor t i n the i nv eeti gati on of the natur e
o f th e UF O phenonenon. Sightings given with a atar * , ar e the m oat i nter es ti ng, bec aus e ther e w e k now
th a t th e w i tnesses wer e especially num er ous or qual i fi ed, that they w er e i n good obaer v i ng c ondi ti ons
a n d th a t a ny hypothesls we want to make con c er ni ng the natur e of the U F O phenom enon s houl d r epr es ent
o r a t l e a st not contr adict thie obeer vation, C aaeg i ndi c ated w i th a pl us ei gn 1 ar e s i gni fi c ant UFO
o b se rva ti o n s wher e we feel the sincer ity of the author S of the r epor t c annot be doubted and the phenom enon
d e scri b e d is !epr esentative of the pr oblem under s tudy . Or di nar y r epor ts ar e gi v en w i th no s pec i al
symb o l i n the ' r weight' r colum n, Repor ts given w i th a m i nua ai gn( - ) ar e thoee w hi c h w e feel s houl d be
d i sre g a rd e d . W e list them only because they hav e been l oc al l y publ i c i z ed and i t i e c onv eni ent to k eep
th e m i n th e Iist to guar d poesible r ecur r ence of hoax es i n the s am e ar ea. Si ghti ngs gi v en w i th an equal
si g n (:) a re those which we feel could be inter pr eted i n the l i ght of a c onv enfi onal effec t, but onl y w i th
d i ffi cu l tv.

D E F IN IT ION OF THE UFO ' ' ACTIVITY' '

In cer tain tyPes of applications, w e w i l l des i r e to s tudy the pos s i bl e c or r el ati on of U F O ac ti v i ty .


i n so me 6 ense to be defined, with other phenom ena s uc h as the,per i odi c i ty of the oppos i ti ons o{ pl anet l v l ar s
Mo st w ri te rs on this subject have sim ply plotted the num ber of U F O r epol ts per m onth v er s us ti m e. ( As
a n i n cre a si ng num ber o{ sightings ar e known, i t bec om es m or e c onv eni ent to c ons i der the num ber of
si S h ti n g s per week, thus gaining m or e pr ecis i on) . But i t c an be ar gued that the num ber of s i ghti ngs i ts el f
i s n o t a ver y good measur e of activity. Let us c ons i der agai n our c l as s i fi c ati on gi v en on tabl e l l : s houl d
w e sa y th at the UFO activity was com par able i n a per i od w hen ai x r epor ts of l i ghts s een i n the Ek y , at
n i g h t, h a ve been m ade, thr ee of which ar e pos ei bl e m eteor a, and i n a per i od w hen w e hav e r ec or ded a
re l i a b l e type- ll obser vatior r and four r epor ts of " l andi ngs ,t? C er tai nl y not.
The idea of attaching aom e sor t o f note or num ber to eac h s i ghti ng, i ts c l as s i fi c ati on and w ei ght
b e i n g kn o wn, the!efor e intr oduces itself, We ar e s ti l .l ex per i m enti ng w i th v ar i ous s y s tem s of attac hi ng
va l u e s to sightings. These num ber s we call IN D EXES O F U F O AC T M T Y. T hey s houl d be ex tr em el y
h e l p fu l i n br inging out the tr ue "aignal" fr om the noi 8e. An ex am pl e of s uc h a s y s tem i s gi v en i n tabl e l l l .
The intr oduction of power ful data- pr oc e6s i ng m ethods i n the fi el d o{ U F O r es ea!c h, w hi c h has
so l o n g b e en consider ed as unwor thy of detail ed ec i enti fi c Btudy , i s an i ndi c ati on that the atti tude of the
p ro fe ssi o n al 6cientists towar d the UFO pr oblem i a c hangi ng. In euc h a c hange of atti tude l i es the onl y
h o p e th a t the tr uth will be obtained concer ning the ex ac t natur e of thi a phenom enon.
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LIGHT'tlUER
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PORT MORESBY, Fri tAAP): An admlnis-
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in-New Guin;a's eastern highlands.
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l h e C o to ka r l i cc o n d Ba r r y ldd a *nlor olrloal
o l th e C i vr l Avi a tl o n D e p a fl m e n l .
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SAUCER
lha rldse on whlch Xoko villag" is situatd
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T a ble I l. SCIENTIFIC CLASSIFICAT ION O F U F O R EPOR T S
T yp e l ' RePor ts of unidentified objectc i n the i m m edi ate v i c i ni ty of the Ear thr a s ur fac e ( ,,l andi ngs ,,)

A. Close to the gr ound ( les s than tr ee hei ght) ,


B. Close to water ( less th an s hi p'8 m a8t.)
C. Claim e of extended contac t w i th ( s ee note) .
" oc c upants ,,,
D. U. F. O. following or d i s pl ay i ng i nter er t i n ter r es tr i al v ehi c l es .

T yp e ll' Repor ts of cloud cigar s, v er ti c al c i gar s and gener ati on of eec ondar y ob;e.ts . ( ,,C l oud- c i gar , , )
A. Cloud- cigar in flight,
B. Cigar r eleasing objects or obj ec ts r e_i ntegr ati ng
c i gar ,
C. Cigar sur r oundtd with obj ec ts i n fl i ght.

T yp e lll RePor ts of flying object! ho v er i ng or m aneuv er i ng ( " r top tn fl i ght,,) .

A, Dead- leaf motion.


B. HaIt in flight
C. Inter uption of flight wlt h s i gni fi c ant c hange i n behav i our .
D. Aer ial fllght.
.8. Object cir cling, hover in g c hangi ng c our s e abr uptl y .

T yp e lV Repor ts of object8 flyir g on uni nter upted c our 6e. ("UFO i n fi i ght,,)

A. Objectr , not in for m atio n.


B. Object dilplays inter est i n ai r c r aft i n fl i ght.
C, Objectr flying in for m ati on,
D. Object waving in cour !e,

T yp e V, Star - like objectr and other l um i nour aer i al phenom ena ( " Li ght i n ek y ,,) .

A. Behaving like a glow meteor or a fuc r y l i ght.


B. Like a gtar .
C . Like an ar tificial aatelli te.

T yp e Vl. Unexplained phenom ena not i nv ol v i ng a fl y i ng obj ec t ( " F or tean i tem ,r ) .

A. Repor ts of Etr ange beinge, m onater E.


B. "Angel hair ' r alone.
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C. Object falling fr om the s k y .
D. Tr aces on the gr ound. i
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No te : Claims of the Adam .kl Type ar e not i nc l uded i n our s tudy , By
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on
' A n s e tt ir .Jv./q ' DC6 e n r o u te to p o rt rorcsby froe B ri sboo. ro, paced by o rl Fo about
3:25o.n. ? h e o jr lin e r co p to in r o d io ed tJre grj sbone C ontrol Toser gi vi ng o descri pti oa
s s o s P e r ico l sh cp e d o b je ct vitlr fl qt top and botto!. D uri ng ti e ten oj nutes
nystery cr o ft p o ce d tie p lo n e se ve r ol t6e
pi ctures rere tol en betore the MO sped otay ot
a v e r y b ig h sp e e d .
T h e p ilo t r e ce jye d jn str u ctjo n s shortl y afterrords by rodi o. not to hove the fi l o
d e v e J o p e d jn IVe r Gu jn e o b u t wo it unti l he arri ved bocl i n C onberra. Il pon l ondtng ot
conberro' o fficio l r u str o l io n IJF T censors vere on hond to confi scote the fi l n. The
t q P e s u P on *h ich tle co n ve r so tio n betw een pi .l ot ond contro.l torer rss ol so tol en ond
the pilot ordered to sj.le n ce .
C o n c e r n in g o sjn ilo r cq se o f censorshi p, Mr, T.C . D rury hos confi rned j n o recent
ietrer tlot port o f h is fir n o f o uro taten over port rrforesby oa 3rst.
rros nrssing A ugust, rg53,
r h e n r e tu r n e d fr o n T e chni cal rntel Ji gence centre i n D oytou, o}i o. A t the
t i n e o [ [i) n in q , h e so s De p u ty p e g ionoJ D i rect or o{ ci vi ] A vi dti on i n r\fer Gui neo.
T h e R ' A' A' F ' r e le o se d sle tch e s of the obj ect sJ.toun on tfe fj l n j n 1953. but aor
discloins o n y L n o n le d g e o f th e in cjd ent.

ILLANCEFRONOUTER
SPACE
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New'UnidentiliedFlyingObixts'
OutbreokSpreodsto SpoceCenter
RAAFprobes
46 'saucers
IFANBERRA: Thc RAAF har
U _lnvertigatcd .[6 reportr of
eightingr of ffying rauten and
other unidentifred ffying objectr
th|l year.
Uresdy thlr ls ebout
doublc tbe number re-
portcfl ud lnvestt8at-
DOES tFO ed ln sy ol tbe pest
I.oOK lff,'E THIgt Uhe-xptatrd b!tp! oD t?6tbcr-rotqtb3
lend mor. cmdGtrcG trnD uut - nd& bE tlYe years.
t I nrtr ot ijnioonruict rtirii-otld,,fglih; tl 6i soifi
scat. Thls.sr1trr,. vcnton, copyrttht d by tb.dktdom -rir ha Mtnkisr tor . Alr Mr
l-oifn+'aipfctr en-obJct rn f,own, sdd ysk;rday
b! .rrhttd ovG.r OkLho.nn.udn: I ropc'ua ql:piwir*
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l,:,::ll1,l1l:5,.I-"I.:jr ri& tJrat ttb lncree could
b cxplrlDed by a spate
a DI ' c hat o. - ( NE A TolGphoto,) ol reDortr fr@ Ta-
Nl& rnd Pepus - New
Oulle arllbg- from a
COCOA, Fla. (UpI) - tlte. *f
,$i{ffi l,H"nff--.lnotncr lurry ol Dubllc lnt rst.
Tpr.e;{g;-"iq:;iull'o-nv'iiiii"""l"*,#ff
oqect sShttnss has sp_readgo irghts.trcm shopptng t#Hl"irff ;*.i:f
ento
Ic Eald thrt 15 r@rt! ln
o oto"i"-*
i;; "e#;;. tr"!
lhe ar ea near he LdF
Car a'E'urruv'g"il$i*"Lff
X eMedv t.
.-iil"iiiii
,3;""h,ff1e0 ou*rvrns thc past hve yeirs had
bco qbelttd bv RAAF
pollcemen
'" T;;*ffiI lff 'C. -Wade
or Ctvtl Aviatldn pq-
qo!,i retbrted Ylsil_e_ lsunch Tuesday {rl8tt 8t Lt. Jame! sd Lt. I &uel-
watchiog powc 'fi.
struge oElti- ed Cep. Keuedy. mc Disdlc; bil. cer r u,fi"i* M6t
ycllow lFhB ot tlie wcre a!g-
ove the city of oer, vas leucbed one to two ht! sld qe ot tUe Ucht!..1$
oe eerly Wednsday, bM yellowtrh . oroge, 9d s bsvtDg bcn eurd
lnctud. bfore the C@6 poUF oY Dc6r_
s made l]etr dlabtlnss. hovcr ovcr tbe ctry"pd"r&-lo
Ducc str.
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.Residenrs in thecentrar *l;,l:1T",-'*1Hod;:lfut [$;*]{iil*"'il:


rda. ci(ies o( Ortando,
park and Kissimhe .ar"" ",",.
,* ,lightr wher,.a Ccq *iairii-,il F
Wtnler
rc@r.rd
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In tbe mrdwest snd
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fiI$ iil*;t "'J;
qan. aDout in the sky
T!$day wtth blr@utr!!- i;. ;6-ot
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Dgnr. mlnutes. He ti,"v-"-friirs;
John Cormeck. r Federsl Avl_ ""ia
arrcn Atency dEllor st Her
oon Afmrt In Orlsdo. $g-
SI G HI ' I V GR EP O R T S

y i c t o r j d ,'o n T u e sd qy Moy 2sth of this yeor , the pos s oge of o rJFo ov er er uy er e,


V 'ic t o r i o , /n e o r S e vi l l e on the Mar oondoh Highwoy) , w as obs er y ed by M r .,A.F .
fi ober ts on
prop r i e t o r of th e Gru ye re gr ave) pit cnd by two fa r nhands , gqr nes .
F r ed J oc obs s ndD on
The s i gh ti n g to o k pJoce ot obout 3p.n. < r nd.losted for obout l0 s ec onds . D on gqr nes
wo s i n t e r y i e we d o fe w doys joter ond the fo.llowing fac ts ener qed,
The o b j e ct wo s o p er fect cir cle wben fir st obs er v ed by Mr. F r ed J oc obs ond w os
f ly in q i n o so u th -e q ste rJy dir ection down the Yqr r a Vo) 1ey , Mr. J ac obs , w bo w os up o
lodd e r p r u ni n g tre e s ot the tine co.lled to Don Bor nes , dr aw i ng hi s ottenti on to r t.
The sun wos th e n b ehind the obser ver s ond the U F O oppeor ed to be r ef- l ec ti ng the
sunJight stro n q )y. As the nen wotched, it ossune d d s quc er rike s hope, s l i qhtl y
c onye x on th e upper su rfoce. At this stcAe it oppeo r ed o dul l netol l i c qr ey .
?he o bj e ct wos so o n iost to view behind o hi.ll ond di d not r eqppeor . J udgi nq fr on
the heigbt oI o ro n g e of nountains behind the objec t, D on Bar nes es ti noted i ts he_i qht
ot obout 2 ,0 0 0 fe e t,.i ts speed conpar ab) e to a pr op - j et c er opJ one.
llhen fi rs t o b se rve d , the IIFO sened to be obout tfi e s one size qs the ful I noon.
T h e n e n h a d q cL e a r vi e w of the soucer ond none c oul d j dent i fy it qs ey en r enote) y
re s e n b J i n g o co n ve n tj o n q l aer icl object. They had no opi ni on os w i ot
to it ni qht J r ov e
De e n .
Sone two we e ks o fte r tii.s sighting, we r eceived o .l etter fr on o M r s .pear nan of
Vla rb u r t o n , in re sp o n se to o r eguest by our societ) ,.. pubJ i s hed jn the W or bur ton M ai l
in which we o ske d o n yo n e who night have seen on unus uo.l obj ec t in the sky ot the tr ne
of the G r u y e re si g h tj n g , to contdct us,
Mrs, P e srn o n wh e n i n ter viewed by ne, stoted tho t on
the the
Gr uy er e day of
s i ghtr ngf
bet we e n 6 ond 7 p .n .,sh e wos outside in her gar den hoppenedv hen to l ooks he W es t,
toword Yorro Ju n c ti o n . Eetveen tso hi.lls,sie was s ur pr i s ed to s ee q br i ght) y i ) ) un-
inot e d squcer sh o p e d o b j ect hover ing guite stdtj onor y . l ow i n tbe sky.
She w o tch e d it fo r some ninutes snd obser ved tbat the J i ght fr on ti e ob_J ec t w os o
gold e n f ) , q ne co fo u r ond pulsating r egulor ly.
The U F O l o o ke d e .l Ji p ticol in shope.tle centr e or thj c k es t s ec ti on bei ngr hei ght
-in
1/ 3 of the w i d th of th e object After wdtching it for obout 7 r r j nutes , dur ) ng w hi c h
t jme it renained sto ti o n o ry, M r s. Pear nan bent dow n gui c k l y 6o c dtc h her s na) ) dog.
On )ooking u p o l n o st itmedidtely, sie wos unob.l e to s ee tfi e obj ec t, w hj c h hod
dppo r e n t l y e i th e r g o n e or extinguished jts ligbt.
Mrs' Pe o rn o n fi rst thought thot the object nay hav e been o p) one on fi r e but s oon
d is nis s e d th i s p o ssi b i l i ty.
fn neither of th e se siqhtings vds any sound heor d ond ol l w i tnes s es w er e c er toi n
t hot w b o t e v er th e y hod s een wos not o conventional nqc hi ne of any s or t.
l{eother co n d i ti o n s wer e good dt the tine of bot,h tJ :es e s i ghti ngs .

Geof f rey S . .ft.rnpf


S i ghti ngs fnvesti grotron
Of f i cer .

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s|GHTINGS gii
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Be twe e n th e lSth o n d 20th N ovenber, there w ere nany reports of uni denti fi ed fl yi ng obj e
so n e o f th e se co u .ld h o ve b e en ottri buted to the neteor show er usuoJl y vi si bl e duri nq the nonl
No ve n b e r . F e p o r ts csn e fr o n Queensl ond, N .S .l {.. Tosnqni o ond West A ustrol i o. tr e.ronto s p_i J ot
fir st o ffice r sto te d th e y ' sow hundreds of neteor.i tes i n qbout four hours.'H ow ever, j t j s d<
wh e th e r o ]l o f th e se r e p o r ts w ere meteori tes os the coptqi n further stqtes ',thout I00 mi l es t
sid e o f A.lice Sp r i.n g s, th e r ew os one vi vi d fl osh, but f thi nk i t w qs o sqte.l l i te rsth er thon
n e te o r ite , o n th is o cco sjo n . ft hod q di sti nct toi .l ond i t oppecred to trqve.l porol l el w i th t
o ir cr q ft b e fo r e zo o n in g a wdy ond di soppeori ng'.
An o th e r r e p o r t cq n e fr on 0-tqrl evi l l e Qtd. - 4o,n.- w here si x peopl e dt qooLburrq s totj on
two flyin q o b je cts tr a ve llin g fron w est to soutl -eqst. They w ere bri ghtl y l i t, node n o noi s e
we r e tr o ve .l.lin q at obout I0 ,000 feet Jeavi ng o )onq vapour troi l .
-E

lle o r e in d e b te d to o u r nenber W.A .T. H ol ston of B oi rnsdql e, E cst Gi pps.l ond, V i c . for s
th is r e p o r t. Or So tu r d cy llth D ecenber, 1965, rodi o stdti on 3TR gove the fol l ow i ng new s i tez r..
T h e sto ff o f kb o Is.lond /,i g,hthouse (fournen) w qtched for fi ve ni nutes, o di sc-s i oped w
o b je ct, h o ve r in q jn c c.le o r bl ue s& y. ?he ti ne w os 3 p.n. Fri doy l Otl D ecember, 1965 . The nen
tbe ob;ect had cleorly defined edges cnd whi)e they wotched, it disoppeored in o f-losh - one
th e r e q n d th e n e xt, q o p e . T he.l i ghthouse keeper soi d he w as fani l i qr w i th neteorol ogi col phen
but it wo s n o th in g of th o t ki nd. Ihe i ei ght coul d not be esti mqted.

A wonqt snd her son who live five ni.les south of Wonqorotto, Vic. hove reported seeing r
lo n g o b je ct tr o ve llin g fr o m west to eost ot 4.05 a.n. on Thursdoy l S th N ovenber, 1965
? h e o b je ct wq s lit r ith beouti fu.l col oured l i ghts os i t possed the observers, o bi g l i gl
o cq r h e o d liq h t) wo s se e n in the fi ont or cabi n secti on. The obj ects poth of trovel wos v ery ,
be iin d tr e e s, o u t in tfie o p e n rhere i t w os devoi d of trees and fi no)l y qove the i npress i on of :
o ve r th e r o o f to p s o f h o u se s i n Wongorattc. ?fi e l ength of the obj ect w os neorl y thot o f s c omet
r e ce n tJy b u t it wo s n o t o t o l l '-l i ke o stor'
svl vi o s utton.

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0 V E R S E A tR tP 0 R IS: Fr on England
There wo s o h iq h -pj tcr?ed hunni ng noi se ... the grreot orange-ti nted obj e,
n o ve d cr cr o ss th e sky ... q nqn st'oggrered fron the i edge ond coJl opsed.
' Afte r obout 5 ni nutes. there w qs cr noj se. ft w os l i ke j ust
someth i ng ot
of o sp o ce fjctio n filn - o hi qh-pi tci ed hunni ng sound. A few seconds l oter wr
so w o )ong o vo l o b je ct i n the sky. .l t w as o gl ow i ng dul l oronge co.l our, ond tl
liq h t fr o n it lit u p gui te a l orge part of rl l ol ton A venue. ft w qs i n vi ew for
obout h o lf o m in u te a nd noved crcross the sky fron w est to eost,
' No th in g h o p p e n ed to us. but f w os w orri ed obout Mi ck. Mqvi s w o s petrj l
and q .r a b b e d ny arn os w e co-l .l ed out to tl {i ck f ron the cqr, but there yos no onr
' Su d d e n ly, le stoggered out of the hedge qt ti e si de of the rood,c -l utc
tb e b q ck of h is n e cl< . Then he fel l to the ground neqr the cor. We thouqhr he r
p lo yin g g d n e s. b u t h e w cl s unconsci ous. '
T h js is d sto r y rel oted by o younq E ngl i shnon Geoffrey Maskey , c nd it
hoppened in th e villa q e of Fel j xstow e, S uffol k.
T ie co n p le te story will be tol d i n the S epternber-October of the E N GLI
F L yING SAUCER n EVIEl# . Thi s is onl y one of nony of the i nteresti nq and i nfornqt
o r tic.le s in tiis e xce l.lent publ i coti on. S ubscri pti on rate is C l .6.- S t g. ond q
fn te r n q tjo n o l Money Order addressed to FtY fN G S A U C E R R E V IE W. (C /o D ovi d C l oc k s
72-78 F le e t Str e e t, L o ndon 8.C .4. will return you sone fosc.i not i ng readi ng.
To d ef r oy t he cost of nogazine p ri n ti n g w e,crre now qdverti si ng.
Th e u nder m ent ione d fi rn i s o u r fi rs t c-l i ent.
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P h o n e 6 3 -2 7 4 1 P hone 59-7311

A CORRESPONDENT WROTE THAT WHILST TRAVELLING ON THE

SOUTH GIPPSLAND ROAD AETWEN THE 68 AND 69 MILES POSTSI

H SAW A CIGAR SHAPED OBJECT WITH ONE OR MORE DARK EANDS

AROUNO I T. HE STATES THE OEJECT APPEARED TO THE SOUTH .

EAST OF HIS POSITION ANO GRADUALLY DESCNDED EEHIND A

RANGE OF HILLS IfHICH SEMED TO BE ABOUT TWO MIL5

DISTANT AND 4OO FEET HIGH. IT LEFT NO TRAIL AND WAS

oBSERvEO FOR AAOUT 7 SECONDS. A.NOTHER WITNESS VERIFIEO

THIS SIGHTING.

aALLARAT ICOURIER' - 7TH DCEMBER' I965

TWO OBSERVERS AT WENDOUREE SAW A LIGHT IN THE SXY'

THEY DESCRIBED IT AS A WHITE OVAL SURROUNDEO BY ORANGE

FLASHING LI GHTS. I T APPEARED FROM THE NORTH'EAST!

CIRCLEO TWICE OVERHADi THEN CONTINUED IN A SOUTH'

WESTERLY OIRECTION. tT WAS NOT POSSIELE. TO ESTIMATE

HEIGHT OR SPEED.

TWO IftTNESSES ON THE GOLD COAST ROAD,NEAR MT GRAVITT'

oLD.- 7.45 P.M.- 5AW A TORCH LIKE-LIGHT APPEAR ABOVE THE

ROAD IT{ FRONT OF THEIR CAR. IT LIT UP IHE AREA LIKE OAY

ANO FRIGHTENED THE CHILOREN. THE OEJECT GREW IN SIZE

UNTIL IT WAS ASOUT TWO FEET IN DIAMETER THEN DISAPPEAREO

ASOVE THE CAR. ON THE SAME NIGHT AsOUT 9.30 P.M. A LAOY

IN OOOROOPTLLY REPORTED A SALL OF LIGHT HOVERING OVER


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IOUSES I SHORT DISTANCE FROM HER HOME. SHE SAI.D THE ELOB
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t OF LIGHT MOVED UP ANO DOWN OVER THE HOUSE AND THEN TOOK OFF.
t, A SPOKESMAN FROM THE ASTRONOMICAI SOCIETY OF QLD.
s EXPLATNED AWAY THE StGHTtNGS IN THE FIRST INSTANCE AS BEING
i PART OF A METEOR SHO||EN AND THE SECOilO A SATELLITE MOVIilG
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