Monday, January 14, 2008


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July 13: 0400 EDT.

National Airlines plane en route to National Airport, about 60 mi. SW of the city observed a blue- white ball of light hovering to the west. Object then "came up to 11,000 ft. [and] then maintained a parallel course, on the same level, at the same speed, until the aircraft pilot turned on all lights. Object then departed from the vicinity at an estimated 1000 m.p.h. Weather was excellent for observation." The crew said the object "took off up and away." No other air traffic was reported in the area at the time. (AF Int.)

July 14: 2012 EDT.

Newport News, Va. Southbound Pan American Airways plane at 8,000 ft. nearing the Norfolk, Va, area observed six glowing red, circular objects approaching below the airliner; objects flipped up on edge in unison and then sped from behind and under the airliner and joined the in-line formation, which "climbed in a graceful arc above the altitude of the airliner." "Then the lights blinked out one by one, though not in sequence." Next day the crew was thoroughly interrogated by AFOSI, and advised that they already had seven other reports of red discs moving at high speed and making sharp turns. (UFOE, p. 38-39.)

July 16: 2200 EDT.

Hampton Roads, Va. A Government aeronautical research engineer observed two amber-colored lights approaching from the south at about 500 m.p.h. These slowed and made a U-turn, revolved around each other at a high rate of speed, then joined by two other objects from different directions, the four sped off to the south at about 500 m.p.h. "They moved jerkily when moving slowly. Their ability to make tight circling turns was amazing." (UFOE, p. 57; Ruppelt , p. 210-211, gives time as 2100 hrs.)

July 18: 0200 EDT

Washington, D. C. Radio station chief engineer observed 6-7 bright orange discs moving in single file. Each in turn veered sharply upward and disappeared. (UFOE, p. 160; Associated Press story, July 19.)

July 19: 2340 EDT.

ARTC at National Airport began picking up unidentified targets on radar. (UFOE, p. 160; AFOSI; Ruppelt, p. 211)

July 20: 0100 EDT.

Herndon, Va. Capital Airlines flight from National Airport called by control tower to check on unidentified radar targets saw three objects, and three more between there and Martinsburg, W. Va. "like falling stars without tails [which] moved rapidly up, down, and horizontally. Also hovered." Chief CAA air traffic controller Harry Barnes later said in a newspaper interview: "His [the pilot's] subsequent description of the movement of the objects coincided with the position of our pips [radar targets] at all times while in our range." (UFOE, p. 159; AFOSI; CAA evaluation report on radar-UFO sightings.)

July 20: 0105 EDT.

Andrews AFB, Md. (Nr. Washington, D.C.). Five witnesses visually observed three reddish-orange objects moving erratically. (AFOSI.)

July 20: 0300 EDT.

Capital Airlines flight incoming to National Airport reported that an unidentified light followed his airliner from the vicinity of Herndon, Va., to within about 4 miles west of the airport, confirmed on ARTC radar. (AFOSI; UFOE, p.159.)

July 20: 0430-0630 EDT.

Additional unidentified targets on ARTC radar at National Airport. (AFOSI.)

July 20: mid-evening.

Air Force radar operators at Andrews AFB weather tower tracked 10 UFOs for 15-20 minutes. Objects approached runway, scattered, made sharp turns and reversals of direction. (UFOE, p.160, based on detailed report to NICAP from AF weather observer.)

July 26: 2115 EDT (to 0020 EDT July 27).

Sharp UFO targets on ARTC radar at National Airport. Civilian pilots saw glowing white objects on four occasions, including a United Airlines pilot near Herndon, Va., and two CAA pilots over Maryland. National Airlines pilot near Andrews AFB at 1700 ft. saw a UFO "flying directly over the airliner." (AFOSI; AF Int; UFOE, p. 159-162; Ruppelt, p. 218-221.)

July 26: 2130 EDT.

ARTC radar at National airport tracked a UFO on radar ("big target"), confirmed by Andrews AFB radar. (AF Int.)

July 26: 2150 EDT.

ARTC radar at National Airport tracked "solid returns" of "four targets in rough line abreast," and eight others scattered over the radar scope. (AF Int.)

July 26: 2154 EDT.

Andrews AFB, Md., surveillance radar tracked 10-12 UFOs in Washington, D.C. area. (AFOSI.)

July 26: 2157 EDT.

Wash. Natl [ ] 10-12 objects on radar (AFOSI)

July 26: 2215 EDT.

[*] From this time into following morning, "good sharp targets" of 4-8 UFOs on ARTC radar at National Airport. (AFOSI.)

July 26: 2238 EDT.

Air Force Command Post notified of unidentified radar targets. Two F-94 jet interceptors scrambled from New Castle AFB, Delaware, to investigate. (AF Int, AFOSI.)

July 27: 0015 EDT.

Maj. Fournet (Project Blue Book Officer in Pentagon) and Lt. Holcomb (Navy electronics expert) arrived at National Airport ARTC Center. Observed "7 good, solid targets." Holcomb checked on temperature inversions, but they were minor and could not explain what was going on. He so advised AF Command Post, requesting interception mission. By the time the F-94 jets arrived from Delaware, no strong unidentified targets remained and no visual contacts were made. (AF Int.)

July 27: 0020 EDT.

[*] F-94 jet interceptors scrambled from New Castle AFB, Del., to investigate Washington, D.C., radar- UFOs. One F-94 pilot made visual contact and appeared to be gaining on target; both F-94 and UFO were observed on radar and "appeared to be traveling at the same approximate speed." When the F-94 pilot tried to overtake the UFO, it disappeared visually and on radar. The pilot remarked about the "incredible speed of the object." (AFOSI.)

July 27: 1930 EDT.

Air Force Lieutenant at Andrews AFB saw a dark disc moving slowly northeast with "oscillating rolling motion." Clouds were moving southeast. UFO entered base of clouds. (UFOE, p. 161, from CAA report.)

July 27: 2100 EDT.

Air Force personnel and others at National Airport saw a large round object reflecting sunlight, apparently hovering over the Capital Building. After about a minute, the object "wavered then shot straight up disappearing from sight." (AF Int.)

July 28:

Daily papers headlined a United Press story from Washington, D.C., that the Air Defense Command had ordered its jet pilots to pursue, and if necessary "shoot down, " UFOs sighted anywhere in the country.

July 29: 0130-0500 EDT.

Many unidentified targets tracked by CAA radar, 8-12 on the radarscope at a time, moving southeast in a belt 15 miles wide near Washington, D.C. (CAA report.)

July 29: 0300 EDT.

Eastern Airlines pilot asked to check on ARTC radar targets, reported seeing nothing. CAA official said the targets disappeared from the radar screen when the plane was in their area, "then came back in behind him." (UFOE, p.162)

July 29: 1500 EDT.

Air Force pilot sighted three round white UFOs 10 miles southeast of Andrews AFB. Other UFOs tracked by ARTC radar during the afternoon. (CAA report.)

July 29: 1600 EDT.

Air Force press conference at which the sightings were attributed to temperature inversions causing "radar mirages," typically ground lights reflected in the sky under freak atmospheric conditions. Also announced new scientific program to evaluate sightings. (UFOE, p. 162; Ruppelt, p. 223.)

[*] These AFOSI documents date the events as occurring on the night of July 25/26, rather than July 26/27 as indicated by all other sources. It is assumed here that the latter dates are correct. From:

1953, USA:

CIA's Robertson Panel views UFO reports as national security threat.

1953, USA:

Albert K. Bender closes down his International Flying Saucer Bureau claiming he has been menaced by three men in black.

1953, USA:

CIA contemplates developing drugs to cause amnesia in retired agents.

1954, USA:

Broadcaster Frank Edwards fired for discussing UFOs on the air.

1954, USA:

Strange voice "from space" speaks from turned-off radios in midwest U.S. and London, warns against preparations for war.

1955, USA, General Douglas MacArthur:

General MacArthur is believed to have been involved in establishing the Interplanetary Phenomenon Unit (IPU), which was formed to investigate crashed and retrieved flying saucers.
In 1955 MacArthur stated: "The nations of the world will have to unite for the next war will be an interplanetary war. The nations of the earth must some day make a common front against attack by people from other planets." This statement has led to intense speculation that the IPU uncovered more facts about UFOs than has ever been revealed.

1955, USA:

The Office of Naval Research allegedly receives a copy of Morris Jessup's "The Case" for the UFOs with marginal notes in three different hands, supposedly by "Gypsies" knowledgeable in UFOlogy; ONR reprints several hundred copies for internal use; an MIB called "Carlos Allende" is implicated in the affair.

1956, USA, Capt. Raymond E. Ryan:

Capt. Ryan and his first officer William Neff were flying from Albany, New York to Syracuse. At a height of 6,000 feet, the two observed a brilliant white light like an approaching aircraft with landing lights on. Ryan estimated that the object was moving at approximately 1,000 miles per hour -- faster than any object of the day --. The UFO glowed orange in front of them. Ryan and Neff reported the encounter to Griffith Air Force Base. The Base confirmed that they also could see an orange object nearby. This sighting lasted over twenty minutes and was also witnessed by the flight attendant, Phyllis Reynolds.

1956, USA:

UFOlogist Gray Barker publishes "They Knew Too Much About Flying Saucers" which reported numerous MIB incidents.

1956, England, Bentwaters/Lakenheath:

The RAF/USAF in Bentwaters/Lakenheath in Suffolk made radar contact with a UFO using three ground-based radars. A confirmation on aerial radar by a Venom night fighter and visual sightings from the ground and the air make this case one of the most celebrated contacts of modern times. Radar indicated that objects were moving at 4,000 miles per hour -- higher speeds than any aircraft of the time could have achieved --.


Fourth UFO flap year. Anti- atomic bomb propaganda disseminated by saucer clubs - another CIA plot? Unexplained short wave radio signals received worldwide.


Ham radio operators pick up a male voice claiming to be Nacoma of Jupiter and warning of atomic bomb disaster in English, German, Norwegian and his own unknown language.

1959, USA:

Apparent suicide of UFO researcher Morris Jessup who had received communications from "Carlos Allende", one of the MIBs and whose book was mysteriously annoted by UFOlogical Gypsies.

1959, USA:

UFO sighting at CIA headquarters after Naval officer contacts "space people" while in CIA-observed trance.

1959, USA:

Condon's "The Manchurian Candidate" published.

1960, USA:

Project Ozma, searching for intelligent signals from another part of the universe, receives unexplained signals from space.

1961, USA, Betty and Barney Hill:

Driving to their home in New Hampshire, Betty and Barney Hill notice a bright light in the sky. Radar reports at the nearby Pease Air Force Base also record something in the air at that time. The Hills examine the light through binoculars, and see a structured object with flashing lights. Barney walks across a field for a closer look, and sees beings looking back at him. Frightened, he and Betty drive home, arriving two hours later then expected. They cannot account for the missing time (a common phenomenon among abductees) until they undergo regressive hypnosis. The couple describe being stopped by the UFO and taken aboard the saucer for medical examination. Due to the impressive documentation and the confirming radar trace from Pease Air Force Base, the Hill case is one of the most famous on record.

1961, USA:

Unexplained transmissions from space monitored by ham radio operators worldwide; Bob Renaud, ham operator, allegedly makes contact with aliens.

1961, USA:

Unexplained radio transmission interrupts astronaut Gordon Cooper in unidentified language. Numerous MIB spotted in Dealy Plaza.

1961, Germany:

30 meter diameter craft crashes near Timmensdorfer, Germany, per thick NATO report on UFOs.

1961, February, Europe:

50 metallic circular objects were detected by NATO's war room coming out of the USSR, flying at a high speed, at 100,000 feet. US and Russians went to red alert and scrambled fighters. Luckily, WW III didn't start, and the objects were gone in 9 minutes. These objects were frequently seen coming out of East Germany, then flying out over the Norwegian sea, to be lost from radar.

1965, USA, The Great Northeast Blackout:

Eight states - Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Vermont -- lost power in this power failure --. Although a faulty automatic relay device at a plant near Niagara Falls is blamed, there is evidence that UFOs can cause power failures in the national electricity grid systems, although this may only be a side effect rather than an intentional act. Specifically, this power failure is thought to have been instigated by the Hive to prevent the airing of the "Monkey Film" on national television. In December of the same year, the grid systems failed in New Mexico and Texas following UFO sightings in those areas.

1965, USSR:

Three Russian scientists report receiving unexplained signals from space.

1965, USA:

California highway inspector Rex Heflin, who took pictures of UFOs, visited by MIB who took the original photographs and left; NORAD denies they were their men, as claimed.

1965, USA:

Another ham radio operator, Sidney Padrick, makes contact with UFO aliens on LaSelva Beach in California.

1967, USA:

Rex Heflin again visited by MIB in connection with his photos of California UFOs; similar MIB incidents in New York and elsewhere; another MIB, Mr. Dixsun, allegedly visits Colorado University UFO researcher Edward Condon and offers to help him contact the space people.

1968, USA:

Astronauts circling the moon interrupted by unexplained voices.

1968, USA:

Unexplained distress signals from the mid-Pacific received by radio stations, no ships found during search.

1968, USA:

UFOlogists Steiger, Whitenour and Keel smeared during MIB visits in UFO flap area.

1969, Moon:

American astronauts land on the moon.

1970, USA:

Attorneys Lefcourt in New York and Gary in San Francisco are subject to the first of over 100 unsolved break-ins which take place over the next five years; valuables untouched but sensitive political information taken.


Sixth UFO flap year.

1974 - Carbondale, Pennsylvania:

A glowing object fell into a small lake outside town. Three teenagers saw it fall at 7:30 p.m. on a Saturday. They observed a yellow-white glow under the water that shifted to a point 25 feet offshore. The boys were kept in a police car for three hours while a number of vehicles with floodlights and cranes removed a disc-shaped object and put it into a van. The following Monday, a railroad lantern and battery were recovered from the lake and officials called the whole thing a hoax.

1979, USA, Dulce, New Mexico wars:

"Aliens continue to renege on their promise of reporting everyone they abduct, Delta force sent in to get scientists from Area 51. Most of Delta force killed at Area 51 in southern Nevada. Per Branton.


"Close Encounters of the Third Kind" movie released by Steven Spielberg.

1987, USA:

Bob Lazar says scientists at S4 were trying to cut into an alien reactor when it exploded. The official explanation was an 'unannounced nuclear test'.

1988, USA:

B-2 Stealth bomber unveiled by the US military. Some experts claim it may use anti-gravity technology to achieve its 'stealth mode'.

1989, Belgium:

Starting early Dec 1989 the BAF has been contacted on several occasions by eyewitnesses who observed strange phenomena in the Belgian airspace. On some occasions they described the phenomena as a triangle-shaped platform up to 200 feet wide with 3 downward beaming projectors, hovering at +- 100 m above the ground and making only a very light humming noise. Some witnesses saw the object departing at very high speed after a very fast acceleration. All observations were made in the evening or during the night. The radar stations which had been alerted by eyewitnesses could not definitely determine a correlation between the visual observations and their detections on radar. On two occasions the BAF scrambled 2 F16 during the evening hours.

1989, May, Africa:

South African Air Force shoots down UFO. Was this the Kalahari object?


Scientists report beached whales in America. They appear confused. The best explanation is the magnetic field of the earth is messed up.

1994, USA:

Fox airs new TV show "X Files".

1990, Belgium:

Belgium UFO flaps continues.

1995, September 16, Africa:

UFO crashes in Lesotho, Africa. No news reports are seen. However, there is an article in Parascope magazine.

1997, February:

Organic molecules were detected on Hale-Bopp comet.

1997, February:

Water thought to be on Europa or Io, Jupiter's moons, as an ocean underneath the icy crust.

1997, March 13, USA, Phoenix:

UFO hovered near Phoenix, AZ airport. Hundreds saw it, one TV station recorded and reported it. It appeared to be a V-shaped craft with about 5 lights on each side. It was several blocks wide and made no sound at all. Ed Dames (on Sep 17, 1997 Art Bell show) said it was hoax made with lasers.

1997, March, USA:

39 members of the Gateway to Heaven (aka Heaven's Gate) cult killed themselves in California. They leave video testimonials saying they are aliens who are now shedding their 'containers' (bodies) to meet with a mothership in the tail of comet Hale-Bopp.

1997, April 24, USA:

Richard Boylan in his book "The Aviary", quotes the "Yellow Book", which says ETs will arrive in SW USA on this date. Never happened.

1997, JUNE:

Movie "MIB" released about Men In Black fighting aliens invading earth.

1997, JUNE:

Mysterious electric cable and fine powder from digging found in Great Pyramid in Giza, Egypt. It appears someone is digging secretly.


Mars Global Surveyor reaches Mars. It will take 5 months to reach proper orbit before it begins taking pictures.

1998, JULY 4, JAPAN:

Japanese launch Mars mission, the probe was renamed Hope. The probe is called Planet-B and will study the motion and structure of the upper atmosphere. It will study the magnetosphere, and plasma in the atmosphere.


Cydonia region imaged by Mars mapper. A picture of the face was taken with light at the opposite side of the area, and it does not look artificial.


The last picture of 2 new satellites around Mercury were taken by the SOHO satellite, before SOHO experienced a 90 day shut down.

1998, DECEMBER 7, USA:

Strange symmetrical rings of weather appear on weather radar in Arizona (Turret Mtn, aka White Horse) and Texas (Amarillo). A strange fireball was also seen at Turret Mountain.

1999, March, Mars:

Mars Surveyor begins detailed mapping of Mars. It was delayed 1 year from March 1998.


Mars Surveyor results about Mars: ancient lakebeds, flow of recent liquid water. Hubble spectroscopy finds Chlorophyle on Mars. Europa and Ganymede both have an inner planet wide ocean.

2001, MARS:

Proof of biological past activity found in Allen Hill Martian meteorite, lakes of liquid water on Mars today, scientists claiming Viking experiment failed to detect existing life on Mars by mass spectrometry because the mass spectrometer was not precise enough.
We want to thank whomever accumulated this information into one long index. It was very informative and gave one a new perspective.

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